Test Bank For History of Western Society Concise Edition 12th Edition By McKay
Use the following to answer questions 1-13:
- A) The period after 9000 B.C.E., when people developed agriculture, domesticated animals, and used tools made of stone and wood.
- B) An area of mild climate and abundant wild grain where agriculture first developed, in present-day Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Turkey, and Iraq.
- C) Sumerian form of writing; the term describes the wedge-shaped marks made by a stylus.
- D) Egyptian funerary manuscripts, written to help guide the dead through the difficulties they would encounter on the way to the afterlife.
- E) A proclamation issued by Babylonian king Hammurabi to establish laws regulating many aspects of life.
- F) The period of human history up to about 9000 B.C.E., when tools were made from stone and bone and people gained their food through foraging.
- G) The worship of many gods and goddesses.
- H) The title given to the king of Egypt in the New Kingdom, from a word that meant “great house.”
- I) A large-scale system of human political, economic, and social organizations; such a system has cities, laws, states, and often writing.
- J) The Egyptian belief in a cosmic harmony that embraced truth, justice, and moral integrity; it gave the kings the right and duty to govern.
- K) The period in which the production and use of bronze implements became basic to society.
- L) A society in which most power is held by older adult men, especially those from the elite groups.
- M) An economic system based on herding flocks of goats, sheep, cattle, or other animals beneficial to humans.
|7.||Hammurabi’s law code|
|8.||Book of the Dead|