Flashcards in lesson 4 Hebrews,Phoenicians, and Lydidans Deck (19):
Eastern Mediterranean land in which Abraham resettled around 1800 B.C.
Jewish kingdom founded by David around 1000 B.C.; a country in southwestern Asia.
the capital of the kingdom of Israel; 32 N, 35 E.
the southern region of Israel that became its own kingdom after the death of Solomon.
an important Phoenician trading post in North Africa.
A shepherd living in Ur who is considered by Jewish people to be first Jew.
Hebrew prophet and teacher who led the Hebrews out of slavery in Egypt and received the Ten Commandments from God.
Female Hebrew judge who encouraged a military leader to gather the peoples of Israel to attack the Canaanites.
Second king of Israel who unified the kingdom of Israel.
Son of David and King of Israel.
the worship of only one God.
the practice of one person owning another person.
a person born later into the same family.
a Jewish place of worship.
to exchange one kind of good or service for another.
the monotheistic religion founded by Abraham.
a set of laws that provides guidance for the worship of God and rules for moral behavior.