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Ancient Israel Review
The people who became Jews first lived in ……
In 1950 BCE, the jewish people moved to ……
Canaan They left Canaan for Egypt because of …..
Canaan was an important location because……
1. It had coastal access to the Mediterranean Sea, making it a good trading route. 2. It had fertile plains which made it a place where crops could grow.
The origins of Judaism and its basic teachings and laws were recorded in its most sacred text, the ……
What is written in the Torah?
1. The same information that can be found in the Christian Old Testament. 2. The traditions and customs of the Jewish people. 3. Over 100 rules or commandments passed down by God.
What was the main difference between the religion of Ancient Israel and the religions of Ancient Mesopotamian people?
The belief in one god rather than many gods.
Who wandered for 40 years and what did God give him?
Moses was given the 10 Commandments and he wandered for40 years.
Who led the Hebrews exodus from Egypt to Canaan?
Who is the father of Monotheism?
What did the Israelites promise when they agreed to the covenant?
They agreed to obey the 10 Commandments
The Jews moved to the “Promised Land” and who become the first king of Israel?
With who did Saul battle?
The Philistines, but he could not defeat them.
After King Saul, who were the next two kings of Israel?
David and Solomon
Who did David defeat while he was King of Israel?
Goliath & Philistines
Can you name three other things done by King David?
1. United 12 tribes into 1 nation. 2. Formed a strong army and created a central government with courts and officials. 3. He established Jerusalem as the capital city.
King Solomon made Jerusalem a holy city. What did he build?
The Great Temple - the first temple for God.
After the death of Solomon, what happened when the Kingdom of Israel split into two parts?
Israel in the north and Judah in the south.
What are three of King Solomon’s accomplishments?
1. He created a major building program. 2. He found new trading partners. 3. He established peace treaties with neighboring kingdoms like Egypt.
By whom were the Israelites conquered in 721 BCE ?
Name the leader who was responsible for burning down the Great Temple of Solomon?
By who was Judah conquered
Judah was conquered by the Neo-babylonians
Name the empire which never conquered the Jewish people in their homeland?
What happened to the Jews after Cyrus the Great conquered the Neo Babylonians?
Babylonian captivity is ended and the Jews return to Judah.
Who put down the rebellion in Judah?
What happened after the Romans went into Judah?
1.Many Jews were killed or enslaved. 2.Romans burn the 2 nd temple 3.Jews flee Judah.
What is the Diaspora?
Its when the Jews leave Judah
What does convenant mean?
What does Abraham mean, and how did Abram earn his name?
Abraham means father of many. God changed Abrah name to Abraham
WHAT DOES MONOTHEISM MEAN?
The belief in only one god.
Who is the Messiah?
A savior who many Jews believe had been promised to them by God.
Put the following in the correct order: Abraham moves from Ur to Canaan Babylonians attack Judah King Solomon builds temple Moses leads people out of Egypt
Abraham moves from Ur to Canaan Moses leads people out of Egypt King Solomon builds temple Babylonians attack Judah
Put the following in correct order Kingdom of Israel splits into two kingdoms Saul becomes king Assyrians attack Israel David becomes king
Saul becomes king David becomes king Kingdom of Israel splits into two kingdoms Assyrians attack Israel
The Ancient Hebrews and the Origins of Judaism
Roots of Judaism Chapter 2 section 5.
Ancient Israel Prepared by Anita Billeter Palmdale School District with funding from Jordan Fundamentals Grant Keeping History Alive Grant.
Chapter 2 Section 5 Roots of Judaism
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Section 4: The Origins of Judaism
The Hebrews & Judaism Chapter 2.
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Chapter 3 sec. 4 Origins of Judaism.
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The Sea Faring Phoenicians. Who Were The Phoenicians? Phoenicians were people from the area of Phoencia –Phoenicia located in the Fertile Crescent –Area.
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Judaism. An Ancient Religion Over 4000 years old Founded by Abraham, who once lived in Mesopotamia Jewish religion is closely tied to Christianity and.
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