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Chapter 9: The Greek World Advanced Study Guide Short AnswerChapter 9: The Greek World Advanced Study Guide Short Answer
Make an inference: As ruler of Persia, what do you think Darius was most interested in doing?
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Making an Arab EmpireMaking an Arab Empire
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Subject: Ancient Near EastSubject: Ancient Near East
See also Penguin Atlas of Ancient Civilizations for excellent and short background info on this region
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Chapter 7 The Glory of Ancient Greece Chapter Preview This chapter will introduce you to Section IChapter 7 The Glory of Ancient Greece Chapter Preview This chapter will introduce you to Section I
Make Comparisons and Contrasts In this chapter you will learn to compare and contrast to help you sort out and analyze information
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Chapter 3: Middle Eastern Empires: 800B. C. – 330B. C. TChapter 3: Middle Eastern Empires: 800B. C. – 330B. C. T
Finally, one group—the Assyrians—controlled most of the area. In fact, they controlled so much land that they became an empire. This chapter introduces you to the Assyrian Empire and to the Chaldean and Persian Empires that followed it
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Chapter 1 – the river valley civilizationsChapter 1 – the river valley civilizations
In this chapter, you will learn about the first civilizations, the factors that gave rise to these civilizations, and how these ancient cultures still influence us today. As you read
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Group 1: The Bantu CultureGroup 1: The Bantu Culture
They cultivated yams and oil palms. They also kept goats and raised guinea fowl. They lived in clan based villages headed by chiefs who conducted religious rituals and represented their communities in dealings with neighboring villages
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Unit I: foundations (8000 bce to 600 ce)Unit I: foundations (8000 bce to 600 ce)
History curriculum, Foundations (8000 bce 600 ce) spans the largest number of years. It begins with an important Marker Event the Neolithic Revolution and ends after the fall of three major classical civilizations Rome in the Mediterranean
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PeriodizationPeriodization
The Foundations time period (8000 bce to 600 ce) is so vast that there are many ways to divide it into periods or eras. However, some major breaks within the time period are these
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World History Final ExamWorld History Final Exam
Why was the evolution of more complex language an important development for early humans?
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Terms and names allah One god of Islam MuhammadTerms and names allah One god of Islam Muhammad
Bedouins, began to live in towns and cities. They also began to trade goods. By the early 600s, trade became an important activity in the Arabian Peninsula. Merchants from the north brought goods to Arabia
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Alexander the Great and Great Minds of Ancient Greece Notes Alexander the GreatAlexander the Great and Great Minds of Ancient Greece Notes Alexander the Great
After the Peloponnesian War the city-states of Greece were left vulnerable to
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Alexander the GreatAlexander the Great
Macedonia between 334 B. C. and 323 B. C he was the son of King Phillip II and Queen Olympia of Macedonia. As a boy, Alexander was taught by a leading Greek philosopher and teacher, Aristotle at his school the Nyphaeon
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The rise of the greek empireThe rise of the greek empire
Greece (called Mycenaeans after excavations found at Mycenae) developed an advanced culture. But, around 1100 bc, the Mycenaeans were invaded by barbarians called Dorians and all their civilization disappeared
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