A writing system in MesopotamiaB.)
A writing system in EgyptC.)
A military tactic in MesopotamiaD.)
An architectural style around 3000-2000 B.C.E10.
Between the Mesopotamia and Egyptian civilizations,____.A.)
Both benefitted from calm and predictable river systemsB.)
Egyptian women may have possessed higher status than those in MesopotamiaC.)
Both were noted for strict obedience to one godD.)
Mesopotamia had more coherent and unified government structure11.
Harappa, the first river valley civilization we know in present south Asia, developed around___.A.)
The Jewish people’s uniqueness came from____.
Their inclusiveness of other peoples and culturesB.)
Their monotheistic god with abstract conceptC.)
Their ability to found a vast empire after 1200 B.C.ED.)
Their total rejection to be influenced by other cultures13.
The text book lists all but ___ as a common characteristic of nomadic cultures.A.)
Close kinship relations14.
The ancient nomadic peoples___ major civilizations.A.)Always distributed trading activities betweenB.) were often welcomed byC.) rejected socio-political organizational skills of D.) often acted as transmitter of cultures between15.
The Silk Road was a____.A.)
Sea-borne trading route from China to the MediterraneanB.)
A sea-borne trading route from Japan to the MediterraneanC.)
A trading route through Gobi desert that was run by Chinese governmentD.)
A trading route through Gobi desert that was partially carried by nomadic peoples16.
A Chinese philosophy, Dao, understands the nature through a concept of
A contrast of desirable and undesirable occurringB.)
Opposing forces that create harmonyC.)
A conflict of good and badD.)
Things that are Chinese and foreign