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Loacted in the countryside
a) rural b) urban c) pictographs d)
A way of supplying water to an area of land.
a) pictographs b) irrigation c) urban d)
Located in cities
a) Urban b) Rural c) grassland d)
A large arc of farmland
a) Chariot b) Fertile Crescent c) pictographs d)
Babylon was located near present day Baghdad, Iraq.
a) False b) True c) d)
What technology did the Hittites and Assyrians use in battle?
a) Iron Weapons and Chariots b) Bows and arrows c) Fire and Chariots d)
Mesopotamian farmers built canals to irrigate their fields.
a) True b) False c) d)
King of Sumer
a) Sargon b) Obama c) Jordan d)
Sumerian cities were dominated by?
a) palaces b) temples c) food markets d)
Which of the following BEST describes Cuneiform?
a) songs and hymns b) wedge-shaped symbols c) picture symbols d)
Who served as the link between the Sumerians and the gods?
a) War Cheifs b) Farmers c) Priests d)
Which two land features gave Mesopotamia its name?
a) Tigris and Euphrates River b) Fertile Crescent and Mediterranean Sea c) Nile River and Tigris River d)
The worship of many gods
a) rural b) social hierarchy c) polytheism d)
A division of society by rank or class
a) Social hierarchy b) rural c) pyramid d)
Picture symbols used for written communication
a) irrigation b) line Graphs c) Pictographs d)
Long poems that tell the story of a hero
a) song b) epic c) empire d)
A ruler of a kingdom or empire
a) monarch b) cuneiform c) president d)
A set of letters that can be combined to form words
a) alphabet b) empire c) chariot d)
A wheeled, horse-drawn battle cart
a) monarch b) cuneiform c) chariot d)
THe first writing system which used wedge-shaped wymbols
a) cuneiform b) urban c) hieroglyphics d)
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