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A place can also be in either the Western or Eastern Hemisphere.What does that mean? It is in one of the halves on either side of the imaginary north south line known as the prime meridian.
What is the meaning of Frigid Zone? The zones north of the Artic Circle and south of the Antartic Circle are known as the Frigid Zones.
Sping,summer,fall or autum, and winter are caused by two things The rotation of Earth around the sun and the tilt of the Earth's axis.
What lines run through longitude,meridias North,and south around Earth.
Latitude and longitude form a pattern of crossed lies what are they called? Global grid
What is the exact way to locate places on Earth By using imaginary lines of latitude and longitude.
What is the meaning of axis? Is a imaginary line between the North pole and the South pole.
The section of Earth between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of capicorn is known as what? The tropical zone or the torrid zone
What is a physical map? Shading to indicate where mountain ranges are located.
What is a locater? A small globe or flat map.
A map of this kind is called a? Relief map.
A compass rose is what? Is a pointer for cardinal directions.
A scale help you for? Esstimate real distance on Earth
On globes these lines are usually shown what? At intervals of 10 degrees or more
A compass rose also shows what? Intermediate directions.
What is a Economy? An Economy is the system that a community uses to produce and distribute goods and services.
What is the meaning of Civilization? A civilization is a complex society that has cities,a well organized government and workers with specialized job skills.
What is a supply of something that can be used as needed? A Resource.
A third common feature of a civilization was established what? Religion
What is the meaning of Social Class They are groups of people that occupy different ranks or levels in society.
What is a Fertile Crescent? Is a region of the Middle East that stretches in a large , crescent shaped curve from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea.
What is a trading system in which people exchange goods directly without using money? Barter.
What is a Mesopotamia? The Fertile Crescent includes Mesopotamia a wide flat plain in present day Iraq.
What is a Polytheism? The belief in more than one god.
What is a Ziggurat? In larger Sumerian cities temples were pyramids shaped brick towers known as Ziggurat.
What is a City State? A City State is a an independence that includes a city and its surroundings territory.
What is a Cuneiform? Is a system of writing that uses triangular shaped symbols to stand for ideas or things.
What is a Empire? A Empire is a state containing several countries or territories.
What is a Ally? An Ally is an idependent state that works with other states.
What is a Cultural Trait? A Cultural Trait is an idea or way of doing things that is common in a certain culture.
What is the meaning of Hammurabi's Code? A set of laws that governed life in the Babylonian empire.
What is a Rule of Law? It a idea that all members of a society?
What is a Cavalry? Soldiers who fight while riding horses.
What is a Standing Army? Is a permanent army of professional soldiers.
What is a Tribute? Is a payment made to show loyalty to a stronger power.
What is a Currency? Is a money that is used as a medium of exchange usually bills or coins.
What is a Stele? Is a carved stone slab or pillar that stands on end.
What is a Important? Is a good or service sold within a country that is produced in another country
What is a Export? Is a good or service produced within a country.
What is a Navigator? The art of steering a ship from place to place.
What is a Colony? Is an area ruled by distance country.
What is a Cultural Diffusion? Is the spreading of culture traits from one region to another.
What is a Alphabet? Is a small set of letters or symbols.
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