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WH 9 1st semester

Where do civil service tests come from? China
Where did wheeled carts/vehicles originate? Where was modern-day Iraq? Who created the 1st style of written communication? Who set up the 1st set of written laws? Mesopotamia
Who came up with legions in a military? Rome
Who worshiped the sun god Amon Re? Egypt
Who had a hard time managing land because of their spread out geography? Who created democratic values? Greece
What marked the start of the Dark Ages? Why was it called the Dark Ages? 1. The Fall of Rome. 2. It was a decline in commerce, manufacturing, education, and literature.
When were the Middle(Dark) Ages? 476 CE - 1100 CE
What is referred to as the "holy land" today? Jerusalem
What were the crusades? What were they fought over? Who was fighting? For how long? 1. Holy wars 2. The holy land (Jerusalem) 3. Christians and Muslims 4. 200 years
What was the plague? How did it get to Europe? What were some "remedies" for it? How was it obvious that someone had it? 1. A disease that killed 1/3 of Europe's population 2. Through f
Created by: Jayson Van Dam