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Who wrote a canon of medicine:
Avineceena
The people with the first ethical world view:
Hebrews
Engraved wood dipped in ink used as an ancient form of writing:
Block printing
Sumerian Writing:
Cuneiform
Greek tyrant who divided the land more equally among the peasant than the rich:
Solon
First pope:
St. Peter
Hebrew king who built the Temple of Jerusalem:
Solomon
Name of plant used in Ancient Egypt to make paper:
Papyrus
Capital of Russia:
Moscow
A judge in ancient Rome:
praetor
Is an anthropologist who discovered "Lucy":
Dr. Leakey
Islamic House of Worship:
mosque
Won the battle of Adrianople:
Alaric
Teachings of Confucis:
Ancestrol worship
Attempted to change the religion of the Egyptian people to one god:
Amonhotep
Egyptians statue that has the head of a man and a body of a lion:
sphinx
Apostles to the Slavs:
Saints Cyril and Methodius
Greek games that brought the people of Greece together:
Olympic Games
Ship of the desert:
Camel
Rich people of Rome:
Patricians
Person who spread Hellenistic culture to Indus River Valley:
Alexander teh Great
Foot soldiers in ancient Greece:
phalanx
Roman emperor who wrote "Meditations":
Marcus Arelius
Poor people of Rome:
Plebeians
Calls the Islamic people to prayer:
Imam
Islamic god:
Allah
The Emperors from Octavian to Marcus Arelius:
Pax Romana
Dead people of Ancient Rome:
mummies
Type of fireproof roof:
Barrel Vaults
Who formed the first trimuvirate:
Caesar, Pompey, and Crasus
Head of Eastern Roman Empire churches and last of Roman emperors:
Justinian
Burned Rome and blamed it on the Christians:
Niero
Small pointed blade used in Prehistory:
Micro-lithe
The fort on top of the Acropolis:
Parthenon
Consecrated maidens who kept the fires burning in the temple:
Vestal Virgins
Taveled Roman empire in eight years and put face on coins:
Hadrian
People who speak for the citizens:
Tribunes
Surplus of goods, division of labor, and living in a city is:
civilization
Animals and plants stuck in rocks:
Fossils
Who wrote the Illiad and the Odyssey:
Homer
Capital fo Greece:
Athens
Official church teaching:
Theology
Wrote History of the Persian War:
Herdotus
Turning point of history in Rome:
Battle of Adrianople
Capital of Italy:
Rome
Art in the Byzantine Churches:
icons
The Roman emperor who lost the Battle of Adrianople was:
Valens
Ruled Greece during the Golden Age:
Pericles
Religion brougth from China to India:
Buddhism
Tower that prayer to call from was given:
Minaret
Person who wrote the codes of law used in ancient Babylon:
Hammurabi
Father of Algebra:
Al-Khwarizimi
Capital of Egypt:
Cairo
Rank of the church:
hierarchy
Who was the most important prolific epistle writer,(wrote 13):
St. Paul
Leader of Carthiginian army during the second Punic War:
Hannibal
Triangle of soil at the mouth of a river:
Delta
Religion in ancient Persia:
Zoroasterism
Wrote the books "Confessions" and "The City of God":
St. Augustine
Greek physician, doctors take his oath today:
Hippocrates
Made advances in the study of sight and optics:
Al-Hazin
Time before history was written:
Prehistory
Capital of China:
Beijing
Founder of Islam:
Mohamed
Translated the Bible from Hebrew to Greek to Latin:
St. Jerome
Worship of one god:
monotheism
Charlamagne of Russia, started schools and brought education to Russia:
Yarolav
Wrote "Travels" in the Islamic world:
Ibn Battuta
Book of Zoroasterism:
Zend Avesta
Successor of Mohammed:
caliph
Four great river civilizations:
Nile, Yellow(Hwang Ho), Tigris-Euphrates, and Indus River
City where bishops reside:
Patriarchets
Who was part of the first triumvirate and killed BY Marcus Brutus:
Caesar
Lines North and South of the equator:
Latitude
Brought Christianity to Russia:
Vladmir
Believed in good government and a philosopher king. Wrote "Tbe Republic":
Plato
Ancient Greece stoicism philosopher:
Zeno
Bones that tell the future:
oracle bones
Who issued the Edict of Milan:
Constantine
Government when people elect their leaders:
Direct Democracy
Brothers who spoke for the people:
The Grachus Brothers
Structure built by Romans that carry water:
aqueduct
Emperor who limited prices and wages:
Diocletian
Split in the church:
schism
Scourge of God, leader from Asia who came to conquer Rome:
Attila the Hun
First ancient people to draw on cave walls:
Cro-Magnon Man
Address at Caesar's funeral:
Cicero
Trade route through the Mid East and China that controls trade:
Silk Road
Tyrant from ancient Greece who practiced ostracism:
Cleisthenes
Hebrew bible:
Torah
Egyptian King:
Pharoah
Islamic worship stone:
Kabba Stone
Yellow soil found in China:
Loess
Lines East and West of the Prime Meridian:
:longitude
What river is Rome located on:
Tiber River
Sumerian Temple:
Ziggurat
Italian city destoyed by a volcano:
Pompeii
The way people live and work to satisfy their basic needs is:
culture
First capital of Russia:
Kiev
Islamic Bible:
Koran
Greek city-state:
polis
Champion of the people:
tyrant
Chinese game:
Tanagram
Egyptian writing:
hierolgyphics
Basic tool used in prehistory:
hand axe
Religious capital of Islam:
Mecca
Two rivers in the land of Mesopotamia:
Tigris-Euphrates River
6,000 Roman soldiers:
Legion
Bishops in the Byzantine Church:
Patriarchs