History 101, Study Guide, First Midterm, Fall 2015 copy

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1 History 101 Fall 2015 Robinson First Midterm Exam Study Guide The First Midterm Exam will be held on Tuesday, September 22 . It is worth 100 points (20% of your overall grade in the class) and is designed to take about 50 minutes to complete. Below is a breakdown of the format of the exam. Material Covered: Lecture #1 (The Origins of Civilization - Mesopotamia) through Lecture #8 (Alexander the Great & the Hellenistic World) Primary Document #1 (Hammurabi’s Code ) Primary Document #2 (Book of Jonah) Primary Document #3 (Speech of Alexander the Great) Chapters 1-3 in The Western Experience Part 1 Matching/Identifications (30 points) You will have to match ten key terms, persons, or events to their proper description. Below is a list of thirty possible terms, person, or events; ten of these will be included on the exam. This section should take about ten minutes to complete. cuneiform Battle of Marathon Indo-Europeans Xerxes Semites Ecclesia Nile River Council of 500 pharaoh Aeschylus First Age of Empires Oedipus the King
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