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World History I (HIST 1010) Study Guide for the First Exam Fall Semester 2007 Dr. Morris Bian I. I will test your knowledge of facts as well as your understanding of IDEAS, ARGUMENTS, and INTERPRETATIONS. Consequently, you need to study not only the terms listed on this study guide but also the ideas, arguments, and interpretations presented in the lectures. A firm grasp of the lecture material is CRUCIAL for a solid performance. In addition, the first exam will NOT cover assigned reading material. As the syllabus indicates, the first exam will take place on Friday, September 14, during the regular class hour. II. Be sure to understand the meaning AND significance of the following terms discussed in the lectures: Primary tradition Secondary tradition Defining moment Creative minorities Resource endowments Civilization Mesopotamia Tigris Euphrates Sumer Sumerians City-States Sargon Akkadian Empire Code of Hammurabi Cuneiform Medes Persians Achaemenid Dynasty Cyrus Darius Persepolis
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Unformatted text preview: Satrapy Satrap Zoroaster Ahura Mazda Angra Mainyu Zoroastrianism Monotheism Magi Avesta Bedouins Mecca Khadija Quran Allah Muhammad Islam Muslim Medina Umma Theocracy Mosque Hajj Caliph Abu Bakr Umayyad Dynasty Abbasid Dynasty Abu-al-Abbas Baghdad Ulama Hadith Sharia Sufism Madrasa Sunnis Muslims Shiite Muslims Ali Grand Vizier Military patronage state Ottoman Empire Anatolia Seljuk Turks Osman Emirates Bursa Ottoman Dynasty Sultan Topkapi Palace Harem Eunuch Mehmed the Conqueror Law of fratricide Janissaries Devshirme Divan Grand Vizier Crete Sir Arthur Evans Minoan Civilization Knossos Mycenaean Civilization Schliemann Polis Chief Archon Solon Tyrants Cleisthenes Democracy Aristocracy Monarchy Oligarchy Tyranny Anarchy Constitutional Government Assembly of Male Citizens Council of Five Hundred Acropolis Plato Theory of Ideal Forms The Republic Utopia Auxiliaries Guardians Aristotle Plato Academy Theory of Form & Matter The Politics Mediterranean Triad Greek Colonization...
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