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#23lingenfelter

#23mesopotamia/iraq unit test

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what region of the world is ancient masopotamia located in today? middle east
what country is mesopotamia located in today? iraq
what is the capitol of iraq? baghdad
what is polythiesm? belief in more than one god
what is monothiesm? belief in one god
how did ancient people use gods to explain natural disasers like floods and earthquakes or a bad harvest? they explained natrual disasters as when the gods were mad at them
what was the porpose of a ziggarat? to show love for a god
what similarities do you see between the sumerin creation story and the story you maybe fimilary with in the old testsment? believe that god/gods created the earth and respect their god/gods
what is hammurabi's code and why is it important? it took all the laws and made them clearer and easier to understand
what is an exsample for an "eye for an eye justice"? if i were to take someones tools they could take the same exact tools that i took only they would be my tools
what is one mesopotamoia invention? land measurememt
the nile river flows throgh ______. eygpt
the fastes growing religon is ______ ,but the largest is still _____________. islam, christan
_____ thouhgt that Muhammad was a prophet, but not the son of _____. Qu'an, god
in th language ______, god's name is _______. aribic, allah
Created by: lingenfeltere