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1 Final Review

2 Questions from Test I

3 The first Mesopotamian civilization was:

4 Sumer’s wedge-shaped form of writing was called:

5 The first empire in Mesopotamia was founded by:

6 The purpose of the Ziggurat was mainly:

7 The earliest law code is:

8 Babylon first becomes powerful under the rule of:

9 The pharaoh who unified Upper and Lower Egypt in 3100 B.C. was:

10 Egypt’s greatest monuments, including the Great Pyramids, were built during the:

11 These two Empires fought at the Battle of Kadesh:

12 The Persian Empire had a different policy of ruling its diverse subjects in that:

13 The Phoenician’s most significant achievement affecting civilization:

14 The Persian Empire was founded by:

15 The Epic of Gilgamesh was written by what civilization?

16 The only known pre-Jewish experiment in monotheism was that of:

17 The earliest civilization found on Crete is the:

18 The first civilization to extensively use iron:

19 The most powerful woman to rule as Pharaoh was:

20 Choose the list of rulers that is in correct chronological order: Hammurabi, Nebuchadnezzar, Sargon I, Cyrus Sargon I, Hammurabi, Nebuchadnezzar, Cyrus Nebuchadnezzar, Cyrus, Hammurabi, Sargon I Cyrus, Sargon I, Hammurabi, Nebuchadnezzar

21 Choose the list that is in correct chronological order: Chaldean, Persian, Hittite, Assyrian Hittite, Assyrian, Chaldean, Persian Hittite, Persian, Assyrian, Chaldean Persian, Assyrian, Hittite, Chaldean

22 The Iliad was written by:

23 Rule by the few (usually the most wealthy) is called:

24 Athens’ decisive victory over Persia in the first Persian War / Second Persian War?

25 The First Messenian War was fought between Messenia and:

26 Greek Religion was:

27 The first successful form of early Monotheism worshipped a God called

28 The “Father of History” is:

29 Athenian Democracy was developed by

30 The Sumerian system of Mathematics was a

31 A lugal was

32 The first Egyptian Pyramid was constructed under the reign of

33 The Middle Kingdom of Egypt was founded by

34 The Sea Peoples may have descended from the

35 The traditional founder of the Hebrews was

36 Nebuchadnezzar was the most successful king of

37 The Persian Empire reached its greatest height under

38 The Northern Kingdom of Israel was strongly influenced by its neighbors, the:

39 Nabopolassar was the founder of the

40 The Mitanni introduce

41 Rameses II saw Egypt at its

42 Helotry was practiced in

43 Review from Test II

44 Just prior to becoming a Republic, Rome was ruled by a king of the:

45 The decisive battle between Scipio and Hannibal that ended the Second Punic War was the:

46 The First Punic War broke out over the issue of:

47 The second triumvirate was composed of :

48 He proposed major social reforms, such as land for the poor, by going to the General Assembly, rather than the senate:

49 The Battle for Actium, was a decisive victory for:

50 Place these Roman rulers in the order in which they reigned: Octavian, Julius Caesar, Marius, Sulla Marius, Sulla, Julius Caesar, Octavian Sulla, Marius, Julius Caesar, Octavian Marius, Julius Caesar, Octavian, Sulla

51 Augustus Caesar preferred to be called by the title of “First Citizen,” or:

52 Virgil’s masterpiece, and epic about the founding of Rome:

53 Before he was Emperor, he was the commander of the Eastern Armies, and involved in the Jewish-Roman War:

54 The two lead conspirators behind the assassination of Julius Caser were:

55 The Great Fire of Rome was during the reign of:

56 The only Roman Emperor never to command an army was:

57 The Missionary traditionally considered most responsible for spreading Christianity to the Gentile (Non-Jews):

58 The “Struggle of Orders” was between the:

59 Who invaded Italy by marching his forces, including war elephants, over the Alps?

60 The Pax Romana began under:

61 Elements of Geometry was written by:

62 The first ruler to create an empire that extended from Greece to India was:

63 The freed slave, Zeno, founded the philosophy of:

64 Hellenistic Egypt was ruled by:

65 Alexander the Great’s tutor was the Philosopher:

66 The Delian League was led by:

67 Judah Maccabee lead the Jews in revolt against

68 The author of Oedipus the King was:

69 The first of the Greek Philosophers was:

70 Place these Roman rulers in the order in which they reigned: Tiberius, Vespasian, Trajan, Marcus Aurelius Vespasian, Trajan, Tiberius, Marcus Aurelius Trajan, Marcus Aurelius, Vespasian, Tiberius Tiberius, Marcus Aurelius, Vespasian, Trajan

71 The first great king of Macedon was:

72 The “Father of Medicine” was:

73 Who argued that the earth revolved around the sun?

74 Constantine called the first Christian Church Council at:

75 Christianity was ultimately made Rome’s official religion by the order of:

76 The Empire was first divided into East and West under:

77 The Edict of Milan:

78 Rome was sacked in 410 AD, under the leadership of:

79 The last emperor of the Western Roman Empire was:

80 The City of God and The Confessions were written by

81 The Romans perfected their military organization during a conflict with:

82 Place these men in the order in which they lived: Romulus, Diocletian, Odovacar, Jesus Odovacar, Diocletian, Romulus, Jesus Jesus, Odovacar, Diocletian, Romulus Romulus, Jesus, Diocletian, Odovacar

83 True / False The Hyksos control Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period. Zoroastrianism is a Monotheistic religion. The most successful Assyrian King was Assurbanipal. The Assyrian/Egyptian Alliance was defeated by the Medes and Chaldeans at the Battle of Carchemish. Judaism became a true world religion after the Hebrews were taken into captivity in Assyria. Carthage began as a colony of Greece. The Capital of Assyria was Babylon. The Minoan Language, Linear A, is understood by historians. Kush controlled Egypt during the Third Intermediate Period. Tutankhamen’s tomb was already ransacked when discovered by archeologists. Scipio Amelianus repeatedly argued that "Carthage Must be Destroyed." Julius Caesar was the first to claim the title of Dictator-For-Life. Marcus Aurelius was the author of Meditations. Plato authored The Republic. Sparta called on help from Persia in the Peloponnesian War. The Empire reached its greatest territorial height under Augustus. Ovid claimed “Virtue is sufficient for happiness.” Livy authored Ab Urbe Condita. The Petrine Doctrine claimed the Patriarch of Constantinople was the head of the church. Rome’s victory at the Battle of Adrianople ushered in a Golden Age. The First Crusade was a disaster for Europe.- The Penitential System was used by Islamic Missionaries. The Petrine Doctrine claimed the Patriarch of Constantinople was the head of the church. Weregeld – or man-money – was a practice used by the Franks. The Missi Dominici were agents of Charlemagne. The loose confederation of Germanic states was called the Byzantine Empire Vikings founded the Kingdom of Normandy Venice became one of the most important trade cities in Europe. Poland was founded by West Slavs.

84 Breakdown 80 Questions 70 Multiple Choice – 5 “Omits” 10 True / False


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