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Row 1, Col 1 Training to do a particular kind of work What is specialization?
1,2 Developed about 1000 B.C. and is a forerunner of our Current alphabet What is the Phoenician Alphabet?
1,3 A branch of study that deals with duties, responsibilities, and affairs of citizenship. What is civics?
1,4 An area of land almost entirely surrounded by water. What is a peninsula?
2,1 The situation that occurs when individuals and businesses rely on each other for production of goods and services What is interdependence?
2,2 Brought about by the invention of the plow and had such a profound impact on society that many people call this era the Dawn of Civilization. What is the Agricultural Revolution?
2,3 A social system in Hindu society in which a persons place is determined by the rank of the family into which he or she is born. What is a caste system?
2,4 The route connecting Asia and Europe, which allowed merchants and traders to transport goods What is the Silk Road?
3,1 A direct exchange of goods or services for another without the use of money. What is bartering?
3,2 Brings water and silt to the farming lands of India. What is the Indus River?
3,3 Developed in Ancient Babylon, and is one of the worlds oldest codes of law. What is The Code of Hammurabi?
3,4 A region in Southeast Asia that included the region of Mesopotamia. What is the Fertile Crescent?
4,1 The process of people moving to a new place with the intent of staying at the destination permanently or for a long period of time. What is migration?
4,2 Brought reform to the Church in Rome and led to another division of Christianity. What is Reformation?
4,3 Members elected to the republic to represent the people What are representatives?
4,4 A system of bringing water to farm land to grow crops. What is irrigation?
5,1 Something bought from another country for trade or sale. What is import?
5,2 A large template located in the centers of ancient Sumerian cities. What is a ziggurat?
5,3 First-hand accounts, such as documents or artifacts created during the period being studied. What are primary sources?
5,4 A large, almost landlocked arm of the Atlantic Ocean, touching Europe, Asia, and Africa. What is the Mediterranean Sea?
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THIS IS Asia Stone Age Mesopotamia Egypt LandformsGeography.
River Valley Civilizations
Ancient Mesopotamia Since Mesopotamia was on the fertile crescent, it was ideal for farming – fertile soil and water supply. Most all of the civilizations.
Unit 1: Ancient World Civilizations
The Worlds First Civilization
: Pre-Class On a separate piece of paper, support the following generalization with evidence from pages Chapter 25 and the rest of the chapter. Please.
Aim: How do geographic features affect societies?.
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Objective Examine the impact of location and geography on the people and culture of the Middle East.
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