HIST214_Topic 4 Review

HIST214_Topic 4 Review - 1.Briefly discuss diverse...

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(Present day Palestine/Israel) since the very beginning to  the opening of the Christian era. I. Canaanites (1700 BCE) a. From Mesopotamia b. Northwest Semetic (speak an ancient language with the same ethnicity) c. Inhabited for most of the third millennium. d. Controlled Palestine. II. Phillistines (1300 BCE) a. Of Greek Origin from Gaza strip. b. Took over Canaanites. III. Israelites (jews) (1000 BCE – 927 BCE) a. God told Abrahams that Israel was their land. b. Jews challenged the Phillistines. i. ii. David defeated Phillistines in 1000 BC. c. Israel split after Solomon and David died. (Isreal split) IV. a. North Isreal (927 – 722 BCE) b. South Judah (926 – 528 BCE) V. Assyrians (722 BCE) a. Occupied Israel and deported Israelites. VI. Babylonians (586 BCE) a. Successors of Assyrians. b. Babylonian exile scattered Jews. VII. Persians (539 BCE) a. Invited Jews to come back and worship freely. VIII. Alexander the Great (300 BCE) IX. Romans (63 BCE – 100 AD a. Appointed King Herod, a Jewish leader. b.
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2008 for the course HIST 214 taught by Professor Foroohar during the Fall '07 term at Cal Poly.

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