70 likes | 246 Views
Final Exam Review. World Cultures . World Cultures Review. Name the 7 continents Name the 4 oceans Know what continent a country is in Know what latitude and longitude measure Know the 5 themes of Geography Parts of the Maps Types of Maps
E N D
Final Exam Review World Cultures
World Cultures Review • Name the 7 continents • Name the 4 oceans • Know what continent a country is in • Know what latitude and longitude measure • Know the 5 themes of Geography • Parts of the Maps • Types of Maps • Show on a map where the Equator and Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn
World Cultures Review • Identify the following terms: 8-1 8-2 republic veto Apennines plebeian legion dictator Aeneas patrician Etruscans Scipio
World Cultures Review • Answer the following questions using pages 262-267 • What geographical advantage does the Italian landscape have over the Greek landscape? • Traditional legend say that these two brothers found what city. • What were the Etruscans skilled in? • What family did the Romans overthrow so they could set up their own republic? • In addition to being tough and good fighters, Roman soldiers were also ____________. • Less rugged mountains • Rome • Metalworking • Tarquins • Practical problem solvers
World Cultures Review • republic- a form of government which the citizens vote for its leaders. • Apennines – the mountain range that runs the length of Italy. • Legion- a group of 6,ooo soldiers • Aeneas- the Trojan hero of the epic the Aeneid. • Etruscans- a people who played a role in Roman civilization.
World Cultures Review • Veto- Latin word meaning “ I forbid” • Plebeian- an artisan, shopkeeper, or owner of a small farm. • Dictator- a ruler with complete control over senate. • Patrician- a wealthy landowner • Scipio- Roman general who helped win the Second Punic War.
World Cultures Review • The ruling class and top officials of the Roman Republic were the _____. • Many Roman plebeians, in 494 B.C, ______, to protest equal rights. • Who was the best known Roman dictator of the Roman Republic? • Rome’s first code of law was the _________. • Rome fought ______ in the Punic Wars for control of the Mediterranean Sea. • Patrician • Went on strike • Cincinnatus • Twelve Tables • Carthage