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Row 1, Col 1 What is parallel? Another name for a line of latitude.
1,2 What is a pharaoh? A ruler in ancient Egypt
1,3 What is a consumer? A person who spends money for goods or services
1,4 What was Ancient Greece? The Olympics were founded in _________.
2,1 What is meridian? Another name for a line of longitude
2,2 What is a city-state? A self-governing city that also governs surrounding villages
2,3 What is a depression? A severe slowdown in business caused by high unemployment and falling prices.
2,4 What is Memphis? The capital of Egypts Old Kingdom located on the Nile
3,1 What are the Northern and Western? The United States is located in the_______ Hemisphere and the ________ Hemisphere.
3,2 What is an alliance? A n agreement between countries to work together in war or trade.
3,3 What is a hunter-gatherer? A person of the old Stone Age who met needs by hunting animals or gathering plants.
3,4 Who were Socrates, Plato and Aristotle? Three great philosophers of ancient Greece
4,1 What is population density? The number of people who live in a square mile of a measured area is that areas ______________.
4,2 What is a province? A self-governing region similar to a state.
4,3 What is unemployment rate? Refers to the percent of workers who do not have jobs.
4,4 What are Hieroglyphics? Symbols used in some writing systems such as the one used in ancient Egypt.
5,1 What is a global grid? Shows patterns on a map or globe by crossing of lines of latitude and longitude.
5,2 What is a code of laws? A written set of laws that apply to everyone under a government
5,3 What is the economy and economic system? The way people manage money and resources for the production of goods and services
5,4 Who was Cleopatra? The ruler of the Egyptian government in Alexandria who supported Caesar in the civil war he waged from B.C.
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