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Where did the first civilizations arise? Southwestern Asia.
How did Mesopotamian farmers use the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers to solve the problem of low rainfall? Irrigation system.
What was one of the major steps toward the rise of civilization southern Mesopotamia? Became better farmers.
How were Sumerian religion and government connected? It divided into classes.
How did the Sumerian writing system developed and change? Use the word cuneiform in your answer. People used writing to keep records, tell stories, write letters, an set down laws.
Describe an example of an idea or invention that shaped Mesopotamian civilization and influence other civilization. Cuneiform, Ziggurats, and the wheel
Who was Hammurabi? Hammurabi became king of Babylon.
What is latitude? Latitude run east and west around Earth.
What is parallel? Parallel are lines are always parallel or the same distance apart.
What is longitude? Lines of longitude, or meridians,rune north and south around Earth.
What is meridian? Lines of longitude, or meridians, run north and south around Earth.
What is global grid? When used together, latitude and longitude form a pattern of crossed lines called a global grid.
What in the North Western Hemisphere is about 23 north latitude? The Tropic of Cancer
In the South of the Equator, is about 23 south latitude what is it called? Its called the Tropic of Capricorn
The Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn is known as what? The Tropical Zone
What is another name for Tropical Zone? The Torrid Zone
What is another latitude called? The Arctic Circle
What is another name for another latitude line? The Antarctic Circle
What is another zone called in the north of the Arctic circle and the Southern of the Antarctic Circle what is it known as? Its known as the Frigid Zone
What is another name for the Frigid Zone? The Polar Region
What is the part of Earth between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer, the Antarctic Circle and the Tropic of Capricorn known as? The Temperate Zone
Created by: larayuridia