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World History Final

What did the Egyptians and Mesopotamians have in common? They were both polytheistic
What was the earliest system of laws ever recorded? Hammurabis code
How did the Egyptians view the pharoh? As a God
Who ere the first epoeple to really promote worshipping only one god? Jews
How were Zoroaster's beliefs similar to later religious beliefs such as Christianity and Islam? Religious texts, after lives, arabian based religions
What achievments were the Phoneicians most famous for? The alphabet
What advancements were made in India during the Gupta Empire? Science and Math
What principles did Asoka belief in? Buddism, religious toleration
What kind of government was Greece forced to use based on the geography of their land? City-state
What kind of government did the Romans use in their empire? Early on was a republic and late on was an empire
What reforms did Augutus make when he became Caesar? People and buildings
What achievments are the Romans best known for? Laws, language, archtercture, engineering
What cultures did Alexander the Great bkend togetrher to form the Hellenistic culture? Persia, India, and Greek
What made Christianity such a popular religion duruing Roman times? It embraced all people, eternal life, and because of the Great Roman roads it was Europe and Asia.
What factors cause the Roman Empire to fall apart? Inflation, barbarian invasions
Created by: sydney.bense