Flashcards in Questions Made from Notes on Chapters 1-6 Deck (39):
What did a tyrant in Greece do?
Seized power legally
Who was Peloponesion war between?
Athens and Sparta
What did Phillip II do?
Built an efficient army in Macedonia and conquered greece
When was the Persian invincibility myth broken?
When Persians planned a surprise attack on Athens in Macedonia
What didn't Moses do?
Moses didn't unify the people of Canaan into one kingdom, Israel
What is a long term effect of the caste system in India?
Long term effect was the Aryans remained dominant
What was the first covenant?
First covenant was between God and Hebrew people that involved an agreement that God would bless Abraham and his descendants and they would need to be faithful
The tribute paid by Israel and Judah to the Assyrians was an effort to?
Prevent an attack by the Assyrians on Israel and Judah
Who setup the council of 500?
What did adios and the concept of yin/yang focus on?
What did Shi Huang di do?
Unified China by defeating invaders and crushing internal opposition
What was the underlying objective that gave rise to Chinese philosophies of Confucius, loazi, and legalists?
How to restore social order, harmony, and respect for authority
Shi Huang di belonged to?
Tigris/Euphrates river made Fertile Crescent suitable for?
The last 750 miles of the Nile was a reliable system of transport cause?
It flowed in opposite direction of the winds
Under Chinese feudalism, land?
Legally belongs to the king
China's language was?
Extremely complex but invent usally deciphered by different languages
What city came to a mysterious end?
Where is the most populated soil along the Nile?
Where does the Nile empty into?
The Mediterranean Sea
Settlers and inhabitants of Mesopotamia
Who were the major power struggles between in early Roman republic?
Patricians and plebeians
What was the roman senate composed of?
Composed of 300 members who were chosen for life
Less privelidged and often poorer than patricians
The praetorian guard to guard him and his successors
What wasn't part of roman law?
All citizens don't have the right to freedom of religion
Roman fell much sooner in?
West than the east
Houses ark of the covenant, melt face, Solomon's temple (don't really need to know)
Edict of Milan
Made by Constantine in 313 that made Christianity aloud in the Roman Empire
Who made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire ?
What is the city of the prophet?
How do the American time zones go ?
Pacific, mountain, central, eastern
Who created the first empire?
Sargon of Akkad took over Mesopotamia, spread the culture, and created an empire (brings together several nations & peoples under one ruler)
Hammurabi was a leader of Mesopotamia who created a single, uniform code of laws for everyone to follow
Rule based on religious authority
What is the order of the first Chinese dynasty's ?
Xia, Shang, Zhou
Who are the Olympic Games meant to honor?
House of holy wisdom is where?