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Ancient World. Greece. Rome. Early Christianity. Byzantium. Islam. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. What was the Code of Hammurabi?. Ancient World.

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How were the daily lives of the inhabitants of the Ancient Near East and Egypt influenced by their religion?

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How did the environment of the the Ancient Near East and Egypt impact the daily lives those living in the region?

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what factors contributed to the collapse of the western roman empire in the 5th century ce
What factors contributed to the collapse of the western Roman Empire in the 5th century CE?

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Where would you find the capital of the Byzantine Empire?

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Islam

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Where would you find rice being cultivated?

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First written code of laws. However, it reinforced social distinctions; different punishments for men vs. women and rich vs. poor

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the fertile crescent the region watered by the tigris euphrates plus the coast of the mediterranean
The fertile crescent, the region watered by the Tigris & Euphrates plus the coast of the Mediterranean

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1. Pervasive & multiple gods2. Power of temples in ANE and Egypt3. Power of God/King as representative or descendant of Gods4. Influence outlook on life: afterlife5. Temples

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1. Flooding (predictable vs. not)2. Agriculture3. Building resources4. Defense vs. Invasion5. Trade & Communication

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Head of the Greek pantheon of godsHe showed human characteristics including jealousy, lust and anger

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1. Third of the great Greek philosophers2. foundation of western patterns of thought3. tutor of Alexander the Great4. scientist, political & ethical thinker

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Blind poetCredited as the author of the Odyssey and the Iliadwhich were used as the foundation of Greek law and culture in the ancient period

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This decades-long battle between Athens and Sparta, ended when Sparta defeated the exhausted Athens, only to in turn be conquered by Macedonia, catapulting Alexander toward Persia, resulting in the spread of Greek culture and its eventual transmission to the remainder of the world

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The polis was the Greek’s answer to the conflict between the importance of the individual and the society in which that person lived as well as an avenue for political experimentation on a grand scale

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An escaped slave who led a revolt, ultimately defeating many Roman armies, eventually defeated and the rebellious slaves were crucified as a warning to other slaves

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Total control over all aspects of the lives of those under his control; had power of life and death, arranged all marriages for the good of the family, ordered sons or grandsons into military, manipulated politics

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1. Constant warfare changed Roman economy2. increase in slave labor3. loss of family lands & creation of large poor population in Rome4. Creation of latifundia5. Loss of traditional values

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1. Ends the civil war2. Creates the Empire3. Consolidates power without struggle4. Maintains appearance of Republic5. Unifies entire Mediterranean basin

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Some Reasons1. Constant military threat 2. Reliance on non-Roman soldiers 3. remains agricultural4. no manufactured goods 5. decrease in trade = no tax $6. aristocracy remains aloof7. inflation8. population decline9. increasing poverty.

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The first Christians were all Jews. After non Jews began to become Christians, the bulk of their members were the powerless - women and slaves.

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Christians felt they only owed allegiance to God, not to human rulers. They did not pay taxes, support the army, or worship the emperor.

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it signified the submission of the christian church to the authority of a temporal ruler
It signified the submission of the Christian Church to the authority of a temporal ruler.

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In Roman society women were masters of their homes but had few rights and limited powers.Christianity taught that all persons were equal in the eyes of God, raising the relative position of women and slaves compared to Roman society

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The Gnostics believe that ultimate wisdom existed and humans should search for this wisdom. Gnosticism was an idea transcending religion - there are (among others) Christian, Buddhist and Islamic Gnostics.

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Byzantium

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1. Greek based empire 2. Christian nation3. Roman system of government - laws, institutions4. Bureaucracy

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