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Ancient Hebrew and Israelites Review 1800 B.C.E to 100 C.E.
. Contrary to Mesopotamian religious beliefs, the Hebrews practiced A. monotheism. B.polytheism. C.atheism. D. dualism
Answer- A. Monotheism ONE GOD
Who were the Patriarchs of the Hebrews? A. Benjamin, David, and Daniel B. Judah, Joshua, and Simeon C. Moses, Job, and Solomon D. Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob
Answer- D. Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob
What covenant did God make with Abraham? A.God promised Abraham’s family would always be safe. B.God promised Abraham’s descendants the land of Canaan. C.God promised Abraham’s children would be wealthy. D.God promised Abraham that he would have 12 sons.
Answer – B. the Land of Canaan
Why do the Hebrews consider Moses so important? A.He led the armies of Israel into the Promised Land. B.He wrote the Hebrew Bible on Mount Sinai. C.He was the first to declare that there is only one God. D. He led the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.
Answer- D. He led liberation [freedom] of Israelites from slavery in Egypt. “Let my people go!” the EXODUS
The Ten Commandments of the ancient Hebrews influenced development of Western A. Parliamentary democracies B. Moral and ethical teachings C. Feudal social class systems C. Styles in art & literature #7
Answer- B. Moral & Ethical Teachings
Jewish scripture says that God’s Laws were delivered to the Hebrews by A. Abraham B. Solomon C. Moses D. David #8
Answer- C. Moses
What was the name of the second king of the Israelites who brought the tribes of Israel together? A. David B. Abraham C. Moses D. Ruth
Answer- A. David DAVID ~ the 2 nd King who united Israel.
Who was Saul and why was he important to Israel? A. He made Jerusalem the capital. B. He was a great judge. C. He was the father of David. D. He was the first king of Israel.
Answer- D. He was the first king of Israel SAUL ~ the 1 st King of Israel
Who allowed the Jews to return to Israel, which resulted in the building of a second temple in Jerusalem? A. Cyrus the Great B. Saul C. Abraham D. Solomon
Answer- A. Cyrus the Great
The diaspora, the dispersing of the Jewish people, refers to A. exile from their homeland B. Collection of ancient writings C. Effort to convert nonbelievers D. Opposition to the Crusades #9