Flashcards in Big 50 Deck (20)
City in Greece that symbolized the achievements of Ancient Greece.
First Roman Emperor; reformer, patron of arts and literature; heir and successor to Julius Caesar.
Most famous city from Ancient Mesopotamia; was the capital of both the Old Babylonian and Neo-Babylonian Empires.
A period following the Stone Age and preceding the Iron Age. Bronze weapons and implements were made and used.
Also known as the Eastern Roman Empire, after the Roman Empire was split in half.
A Roman general who helped to end the Roman Republic when he seized power and declared himself "dictator for life." He was later murdered
Ancient city-state in North Africa; founded by the Phoenicians; destroyed in the Punic Wars by the Romans.
An Egyptian Queen who was an ally of Julius Caesar during his reign.
A Chinese philosopher and teacher, and the founder of Confucianism. He believed the relationship between parent and child was most superior.
A Roman emperor who made Christianity the established religion of the Roman Empire after he believed God had protected him in battle.
Fall of Rome
Political problems, civil war, and economic strife, and foreign invasion all combined to lead the collapse of the Roman Empire.
Great Wall of China
A long wall running east and west along Qin's northern border. The purpose of the wall was to defend the empire from nomads.
King of the of the Old Babylonians. He was an excellent military leader who created a set of harsh laws known as "Hammurabi's Code" for all to follow.
Hellenistic means "Greek-like". After Alexander the Great took over parts of the world, he merged their cultures with that of Greeks.
Called the " Father of History" because he believed it was important to start writing down events happening in the world.
A symbol that stands for a word, idea, or a sound.
The dominant religion of India for the last 2,000 years. Hindus believe that everyone is born with a soul that will one day reunite with the universe.
Follows the Bronze Age when the use and implementation of weapons made of iron was prevalent across the world.
A language spoken in Ancient Rome