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What was the code of Hammurabi. This set of laws protected weak people
who was Hammurabi. He was a king of Babylonia.
What invention that shaped Mesopotamian civilization and influenced other civilization. the cuneiform.
Where did the first civilizations arise. southern Asia.
How did Mesopotamian farmers use the Tigirs and Euphrates River to solve the problem of low rainfall. They stet up irrigation systems.
What was one of the major steps towards the rise of civilizations in the southern Mesopotamia. they were able to produce a surplus and food.
How were Sumerian religoin and government connected. they worshiped many gods and the king passed the right to rule to their son.
How did the Sumerian writing system develop and change . the reed was pressed into the wet clay to form wedge-shaped marking calling cuneiform.
How did Assyrian culture differ from Babylonia culture. Assyrian culture placed a higher value on wars and conquest.
what is latitude it runs east and west around Earth.
what is parallel it is an other word for latitude and cause they are always parallel
what is longitude it runs north and south around Earth
what is meridian it is an other word for longitude
what is global grid it form a pattern of crossed lines
what is tropic of cancer in northern hemisphere is about latitude 23 north
what is tropic of Capricorn it is the south equator is about 23 south
what is tropical zone it is between tropic of cancer and tropic of Capricorn known as tropic zone
what is torrid zone it's the same as tropical zone
what is arctic circle it is 66.5 n latitude and the sun dose not come up at least one day.
what is antarctic circle is 66.5 s latitude
what is frigid is the same as antarctic circle
what is polar region is the same as antarctic circle
what is temperature zone it is between arctic circle and tropic of cancer and between the antarctic circle and the other
what is axis it is imaginary line between the north pole and south pole
Created by: granditsjames