World ch 2 tests and quizzes

According to the tradition of the Hebrews, they were descendants of the patriarch——-who had migrated from Mesopotamia to the land of Canaan
Moses united the Israelites after their enslavement in
the Hebrew bible descries the conquest of the Philistines, the Moabites, and Jerusalem as the achievements of
According to biblical account, Solomon’s most revered contribution to the Hebrew society was to
construct the Temple, the symbolic center of the Hebrew religion and society
After the death of Solomon, tension between the northern and southern tribes led to the establishment of two kingdoms: the kingdom of——and the kingdom of—–
Israel and Judah
the destruction of Jerusalem in 586 BCE and the Babylonian Captivity of the people of Judah occurred at the hands of the
Hebrew religion
was an ethical religion centered around the law of God
the covenant
-acted as a contract between /god and the tribes of Israel
-identified the Hebrews as God’s chosen people
-could only be fulfilled by the Hebrews’ obedience to the law of God
-was formed during the period of the Exodus
In the period 70CE to 1948Ce the term used for that time that there was no Jewish homeland or exile was known as the
the greatest international sea traders of the ancient Near
East were the
the Assyrians are important in history for their innovations in
empire building
what helped make Assyria an efficient military machine
-iron weapons
-terrorist actions
-superior, diversified tactics
-ruthless leaders
the Ishtar Gate sat outside the city of
the founder of the Persian empire, who defeated Babylon and freed the Jews from captivity in 539 BC was
Cyrus the Great
The Persian empire reached its largest territorial boundaries under
the Persian Empire’s system of satrapies allowed for
a sensible system of collecting tribute based on an areas productive capacity
the elite infantry of the Persian army were known as the
Zoroastrianism emphasized
a struggle between good and evil
Jewish new year is celebrated on
Rosh Hashanah
the Day of Atonement in Judaism is known as
Yom Kippur