Flashcards in Ch 1-16 Review Deck (561)
The king who asked God for wisdom
The people to whom the northern kingdom and the Hittites fell the 700s B.C.
The people to whom the southern kingdom fell in the 500s B.C.
Prosperous see traders who is established a great network of trading posts
A group of people who controlled an empire in Asia minor and who use their resources for war and conquest
The place where God made a covenant with Israel and gave Moses the 10 Commandments
The river God parted to allow the Israelites to cross over into Canaan
The heavily fortified city that fell at the sound of trumpets and shouts
Israel; fell to the assyrian empire in the 700s B.C.
Judah; fell to the Chaldean empire in the 500s B.C.
Tyre and Sidon
Two of the independent Phoenician cities
A Phoenician trading post which grew into a large city
Area between the Black sea, the Mediterranean sea, and the Euphrates river
The Hittite city burned by the Assyrians
A solemn agreement
Rule by God
Principles of morality
The basic rules of right and wrong, good and evil
The 10 Commandments
The leaders of Israel during its first 300 years in Canaan
A kind of snail used to make dye
The most important thing that the Pheonicians carried with them on their trading ventures
Used by the Hittites to make weapons
The king who began in earnest the assyrian drive to a world empire
The Assyrian king who deported the 10 tribes of the northern kingdom
The last great Assyrian king, who collected a library of about 100,000 cuneiform tablets
Jewish prophet who warned Nineveh of God's coming judgment
The Assyrian king God defeated because of his pride and defiance
The prophet who prophesied the destruction of Nineveh
The king who conquered all of Mesopotamia and established the Chaldean empire