CH 02 CHAPTER QUIZ HISTORY

CH 02 CHAPTER QUIZ HISTORY

The Eighteenth Dynasty in Egypt produced many strong pharaohs, among them
Hatshepsut.
The Late Bronze Age
was an age of superpowers.
In Phoenicia’s overseas colonies
power was wielded by a small number of elite families.
The accomplishments of King Darius of Persia included
building roads for transport and postal service.
A belief that other Western religions took from Zoroastrianism is the idea
of an ultimate battle between the forces of good and those of evil.
of a Last Day or a Day of Judgment.
that one ought to live a life of helping others.
of a rewarding afterlife for believers.
ALL OF THE ABOVE.
Two of the foremost Hebrew prophets who emphasized the ethical demands God makes on humans were
Amos and Hosea.
The system of writing developed by the citizens of Ugarit
used an alphabet of about thirty symbols for the consonants.
By 1500 B.C.E.
huge Mycenaean citadels were scattered across some of Greece.
A mysterious wave of invasions entered the Mediterranean world and destroyed almost all of the preexisting civilizations
around 1200 B.C.E
The culture of the Hittites was
strongly militaristic, prone to attacks on other peoples.
The Minoans
wrote tablets in Linear A to record their economic transactions
“Indo-European,” as used in historical or anthropological texts, refers to
linguistic and cultural patterns found widely distributed from Ireland to India.
The New Kingdom, particularly the Eighteenth Dynasty, was marked by
the rise of a wealthy aristocracy.
In the 1100s B.C.E. a wave of destruction swept across the Near East and the Mediterranean world as a result of the invasions of the
Sea Peoples.
The Babylonian Captivity of the Hebrews affected Judaism by
enabling the Hebrews to sustain an identity outside of a Hebrew kingdom.
The Phoenicians’s greatest contribution to civilization was
their alphabet.
Akhenaten represents one of the earliest moves, in Western history, toward
monotheism in religious practices.
By the fourteenth century B.C.E., international relations were marked by
diplomatic standards, polite forms of address, gifts, and alliances.
The Hebrew cult of Yahweh
was significantly advanced by the Levites.
The Mitannians introduced lighter chariots to carry archers, but
their opponents soon copied them and used protective armor.
The division of property and wealth in New Kingdom Egypt
favored the pharaoh, the officer class, and the temples of the gods.
Philistine power was based in
the Pentapolis.
In the Book of Judges, the Hebrew people
begin to settle and organize themselves into twelve tribes.
The division of the ancient kingdom of Israel was
provoked by Solomon’s oppressive regime.