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What is a complex society that has cities,,a well organized government ,and workers with specialized job skills? Civilization
What is a supply of something that can be used as needed? Resource
A set of beliefs supernatural powers. Religion
Groups of people that occupy different ranks or levels in society. Social Classes
Another word for trade? Barter
What system does the community to produce distribute goods and services? Ecomony
A region of the Middle East that stretches in a large , crescent shaped curved from the Persian Golf to the Mediterranean Sea. Fertile Crescent
A belief of all Gods. Polytheism
Technology to supply water. Irrigate
Independent state that includes a city. City-State
Pyramid-shaped brick towers. Ziggurats
A system of writting that includes triangular shape symbols stand for ideas or things. Cuneiform
A state containing several countries and territory. Empire
An independet state that works with other states to achieve a shared military or political goal. Ally
An idea of way of doing things that is common with a certain culture. Cultural Trait
A set of laws that governed life in Babylonia empire. Hammurabi's Code
Idea that all members of a society even rich and powerful must obey the law. Rule of Law
Carved stone slab. Stele
Soldiers who fight while riding horses. Calvary
A permanet army of fighting Soldiers. Standing Army
Payment made to show loyalty to a stronger power. Tribute
Money that is used of medium exchange. Currency
Service sold within a country. Import
Good service produce within a country and sold outside the countrys borders. Export
The art of sterring a ship from place to place. Navigation
An area ruled by a distant country. Colony
The spreading of cultural traits from another region to another. Cultural Diffusion
A small set of letters or symbols each of which stand for a single sound. Alphabet
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