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How did Moses help the Jewish people?
a) He led the Israelites out of Egypt and received the 10 commandments.
b) He celebrated all of their holy days and asked everyone to celebrate with him.
c) He never really helped the Jewish people.
d)

What is the Torah?
a) The first 5 books of the Hebrew Bible.
b) The religion of the Jewish people.
c) A person who speaks to God.
d)

What is a Prophet?
a) A person who speaks to God.
b) The religion of the Jewish people.
c) The first 5 books of the Hebrew Bible.
d)

What did God’s covenant with Abraham provide?
a) God’s covenant provided Abraham with descendants and land.
b) God’s covenant provided Abraham with a life free from work.
c) God’s covenant provided Abraham with sheep and oxen.
d)

What is Judaism?
a) The religion of the Jewish people.
b) A person who speaks to God.
c) The first 5 books of the Hebrew Bible.
d)

How did Hammurabi solve the problem of getting other city-states to cooperate with his plans?
a) He controlled the water they got.
b) He defeated them in battle.
c) He paid them in gold to cooperate.
d)

In what ways were Babylon and Assyria alike?
a) They shared gods, and many traditions.
b) They shared a common enemy.
c) They were both ruled by angry kings.
d)

Why did Hammurabi send copies of his law code all over his empire?
a) So his people would obey the laws.
b) So his people would understand that he was king.
c) So he would have something for his servants to do.
d)

Why was Assyria able to conquer all of its neighbors so easily?
a) They had new ways of making war, battering rams, horse drawn chariots.
b) They were stronger.
c) There were many more of them and they cared more.
d)

What did Hammurabi’s laws tell us about the values of Babylonian society?
a) They valued restitution.
b) They valued peace and harmony.
c) They valued forgiveness.
d)

How did Hammurabi gain control of Mesopotamia?
a) He built dams across the Euphrates River and controlled the river's water.
b) He defeated them all in great battles.
c) He assigned his people to tell them how powerful he was.
d)

What is a dwelling?
a) A structure in which someone lives.
b) Able to produce farm crops or other plant life.
c) The language, ideas, inventions, and art of a particular group of people.
d)

What is fertile?
a) Able to produce farm crops or other plant life.
b) A structure in which someone lives.
c) The language, ideas, inventions, and art of a particular group of people.
d)

What is Culture?
a) The language, ideas, inventions, and art of a particular group of people.
b) Able to produce farm crops or other plant life.
c) A structure in which someone lives.
d)

How did Judaism differ from the Mesopotamian religions?
a) Judaism worshipped one God.
b) Judaism was in competition with the Mesopotamian religions.
c) Judaism required more sacrifices to many different gods.
d)

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