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Final Exam JEOPARDY 2013. GIFTS 100 200 300 400 500 600 700. PEOPLE 100 200 300 400 500 600 700. DAILY LIFE 100 200 300 400 500 600 700. RELIGION 100 200 300 400 500 600 700. TERMS 100 200 300 400 500 600 700.

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Final Exam JEOPARDY 2013









































He coined the phrase “innocent until proven guilty.”

Who is Hammurabi?

PEOPLE for 100

Two achievements of Mansa Musa.

What is:- made a pilgrimage- gave away gold- standardized law and trade- built up Timbuktu

PEOPLE for 200

Achievements of Sundiata?

  • Established empire, permanent army, and “roaming” capital

This Roman leader gave citizenship to conquered people and doubled the size of the Senate.

Who is Julius Caesar?

PEOPLE for 300

This is an adorable fuzzy cow.

This Greek explained how levers work.

Who is Archimedes?

PEOPLE for 400

Two ways Emperor Qin took power from the rich

Collected taxes directly from peasants

Redistributed land

Made laws himself

Made strict laws to discourage disobedience

PEOPLE for 500

Narwhals are fantastic.

PEOPLE for 600

  • This Greek came up with a system for classifying plants and animals.

  • Who is Aristotle?

2 other achievements?

  • 3rd step in scientific method

  • Method of logic

PEOPLE for 700

  • The title of Plato’s book about political science.

  • What is The Republic?

Roman soldiers were organized into __________.

What are legions?

DAILY LIFE for 100

This profession constituted the lowest social class in feudal Japan.

Who were the merchants?

DAILY LIFE for 200

Unicorns are magnificent.

Two social classes of medieval women AND a job / role of each class you name.

DAILY LIFE for 300

Three features of the city of medieval Timbuktu.

What are: libraries, mosques, university

DAILY LIFE for 400

Three reasons archaeologists know Mohenjo Daro was a planned city.

Great Bath


gridded streets, standard bricks

houses on stilts to avoid flooding

distinct neighborhoods

DAILY LIFE for 500

DAILY LIFE for 600

  • A boy “knight in training” who would polish armor, learn manners, care for horses

What is a page?

DAILY LIFE for 700

  • Name three figures in this picture and what they are doing.

  • Anubis: leading ka to scale.

  • Thoth: writing down judgment.

  • Ma’at: presiding over scales

  • Ammut:waiting by scales to eat naughty folk

  • Horus: ushering dead into afterlife

What did the term “barbarian” mean to the Romans?

a non-Roman; a foreigner

GIFTS for 100

Mansa Musa had Muslim buildings for worship, or _________ built.

What are mosques?

Gifts for 200

Two ways the Mesopotamian base-60 math system is used today

What is 60-second minute, 60-minute hour, 360- degree circle

GIFTS for 300

Two achievements of Emperor Ashoka

What are…

Religious freedom

Roads and hospitals built

Army for defense only

Maintained peace

GIFTS for 400

List 2 effectsof the Neolithic Revolution. Explain WHY these changes occurred.

Villages formed

Specialization / Trade


Writing (keep track of trade)

Population grew

GIFTS for 500

GIFTS for 600

  • Three ways someone might attack a castle.

  • What is:- battering ram- tunnel to collapse wall-siege tower- catapult or trebuchet

GIFTS for 700

  • Name two artifacts from the Sutton Hoo site AND an inference you can make about Anglo-Saxon culture from each artifact.

  • (Many possible answers; check Sutton Hoo questions)

This is why Egyptians mummified their dead.

So that the ka would recognize them in the afterlife

RELIGION for 100

God of the underworld?


Two religious groups that believed in karma.

What are Buddhism and Hinduism?

RELIGION for 200

Two reasons why the Crusades took place.

What is - Regain Holy Land

- Spread Christianity/ desire to get to heaven- Freedom from debt, service- Get trade resources- Help Byzantine Empire

RELIGION for 300

This philosophy believes in respecting authority and having strong families.

What is Confucianism?

RELIGION for 400

Three features of Gothic cathedrals (besides gargoyles)

What are- flying buttresses- pointed arches- vaulted ceilings- stained glass- cross shaped plan

RELIGION for 500

RELIGION for 600

  • Two similarities between Bushido and Chivalry.

  • What is…- spiritual values mentioned- honesty important- not retreating before the enemy- kindness to others important

RELIGION for 700

  • These documents hurt power of Church/nobles by allowing townspeople to self-govern.

  • What are charters?

Moving from place to place (as Paleolithic people did).

What is migrating?

TERMS for 100

The name of the river around which Egypt settled.

What is the Nile?

TERMS for 200

These European towns near castles developed because merchants wanted to stay in one place.

What are burgs?

TERMS for 300

Two different reasons the Early Middle Ages are often called the “Dark Ages”.

What is…

Little is known about it

Few written records

Some say “cultural achievements” declined

TERMS for 400

The term for the social class of poorer Romans.

Who are plebeians?

TERMS for 500

TERMS for 600

  • Rome fought this group in the Punic Wars.

  • Who is Carthage?

TERMS for 700

  • The term for slaves in Sparta.

  • What are helots?

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