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Section 1 - 100 Back Kush Which kingdom saw itself as the guardian of Egyptian civilization after the Libyans were ousted from Egypt?
Section 1 - 200 Back Kushites After losing Egypt to the Assyrians, the ___________ retreated from Egypt and prospered for several centuries.
Section 1 - 300 Back Babylon What was the location of Nebuchadnezzars hanging gardens, one of the seven wonders of the world?
Section 1 - 400 Back Hyksos Which group invaded Egypt on chariots and ruled Egypt for about 70 years?
Section 1 - 500 Back Meroe What city became a major center for the manufacturing of iron weapons and tools?
Back Section 2 - 100 Assyria Which empire became known for its cruelty to conquered peoples in Mesopotamia, Syria, Palestine, Anatolia and Egypt?
Back Section 2 - 200 Army With no natural barriers, Assyria had to defend itself from frequent attacks and as a result developed a strong ________.
Back Section 2 - 300 Babylon Which city was restored as the center of an empire 1,000 years after being the center of a different empire?
Back Section 2 - 400 Assyrian For what empire was bridges, ladders, and tunnels important elements in their military successes?
Back Section 2 - 500 Chaldeans The __________ left records of changes in the night sky, which helped future astronomers and generations.
Back Section 3 - 100 The Royal Road What famous structure did King Darius build to unite the Persian Empire?
Back Section 3 - 200 Persia Which empire was ruled by Cyrus?
Back Section 3 - 300 Tolerance Cyrus was famous for his _________ or acceptance of diversity.
Back Section 3 - 400 Darius He was as famous for the administration of his empire as for his military conquests.
Back Section 3 - 500 Communication What was the main purpose for the Royal Road?
Back Section 4 - 100 Great Wall of China What great structure was created by forced labor to protect China from attacks by northern nomads?
Back Section 4 - 200 Confucianism Which Chinese philosophy stressed that social order, harmony, and good government could be restored by organizing society around five basic relationships?
Back Section 4 - 300 Natural Order What do Daoism and the concept of Yin and Yang focus on?
Back Section 4 - 400 Legalism Which philosophy was the Qin Dynasty following when they burned useless books, created forced labor, and burned hundreds of scholars?
Back Section 4 - 500 Shi Huangdi By defeating invaders and crushing internal opposition ________ was able to unify China.
Back Wild Card - 100 Zoroaster The concept of Satan and angels was originally a belief of the prophet _________.
Back Wild Card - 200 Nubia Egypt dominated the region of __________ during the period of the New Kingdom.
Back Wild Card - 300 Egyptian Opposition from new and powerful enemies was the main reason for the ________ empires decline in north Africa.
Back Wild Card - 400 Satraps Darius installed governors called _________ to rule locally.
Back Wild Card - 500 Autocracy What is the name for the kind of government that Shi Huangdi used?
Back Wild Card - 100 Confucius A philosopher known for his emphasis on respect for parents.
Back Wild Card - 200 Egypt What region was ruled at different times by the Kushites, Assyrians, and the Persians?
Back Wild Card - 300 New Kingdom The Egyptian period of time between 1570-1075B.C.
Back Wild Card - 400 Nebuchadnezzar The Assyrian king who built the famous hanging gardens.
Back Wild Card - 500 I Ching A book of oracles used to solve ethical and practical problems.
placespeoplepotluck Egypt and Persia Social Studies Soup 100 pts 200 pts 400 pts 200 pts 300 pts 400 pts 500 pts 300 pts 200 pts.
World History CH. 4 Vocabulary Review. The Egyptian pharoah who built huge temples and made peace with the Hittites ruled for nearly 70 years. Ramses.
Vocabulary Chapter 4 The Royal Road – Famous structure King Darius built to unite the Persian Empire – Pg Map.
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