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What are lines of latitude? Are lines that run East and West around the Earth.
What are parallel lines? Are lines that are the same distance apart.
What are lines of longitude? Are lines that run north and south around Earth.
What are lines of meridians? Are lines that also run North and South.
What is a global grid? When lines of latitude and lines of longitude together form crossed lines called a Global Grid.
What is a tropic of cancer? 23 degrees North
What is a tropic of Capricorn? 23 degrees South
What is a tropical zone? Tropic of Capricorn
What is a torrid zone ? Another name for the tropic of Capricorn
What is a arctic circle? 66.5 degrees north.
What is a Antarctic circle? 66.5 degrees south.
What are frigid zones? Another name for arctic circle or antarctic circle.
What are polar regions? Another name for Arctic circle or Antarctic circle.
What are temperate zones? Another name for tropic of Capricorn and Antarctic circle.
what is a axis? Is a imaginary line between the north pole and the south pole.
What is an economy? Is a system that a community uses to produce and distribute goods and services.
What is a civilization? is a complex society that has cities a well organized government and workers with specialized jobs.
what is a resource? Is a supply of something that can be used as needed.
What is a religion? A set of beliefs shared by people.
What is a social class? 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 barter? A trading system.
What is Mesopotamia? A wide flat plain it is Iraq in the present.
What is polytheism? The belief in more than one god.
What is irrigate? or supply water to,Their crops.
What is a Ziggurat? Pyramid shaped brick towers.
What is a city-state? A independent state.
What is a cuneiform? A system of writing that uses triangular shaped symbols.
What is a empire? is a state containing several countries or territory's.
What is a ally? A independent state that works with other countries.
What is a cultural Trait? Is an idea or way of doing things.
What is Hammurabi' code? A set of laws that governed life in Babylonia empire.
What is the rule of law? A law that everybody must follow.
What is a Calvary? Soldiers who fight on horses.
What is a standing army? A permanent army with professional soldiers.
What is Tribute? Is a payment to show loyalty
What is Currency? Is money.
What is Stele? A carved stone slab>
What is a import? A good service sold within the country that is produced in another country.
What is export? A good service produced within a country but sold outside the country.
What is Navigation? steering a ship and driving.
What is a colony? a area ruled by a distant country.
What is cultural diffusion? a spreading of cultural traits.
What is an Alphabet? a small set of letters or symbols.
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