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World History Chapter 2 Review
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Symbols carved with a stylus cuneiform
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Form of writing developed by the people of the Nile valley hieroglyphics
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Runs from Isthmus of Suez through Southeast Asia to the Persian Gulf Fertile Crescent
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An economic system developed by Lydian traders money economy
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Powerful Babylonian ruler Hammurabi
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Prophet who taught about choice between good and evil Zoroaster
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Literate Egyptian government workers scribes
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Monotheistic pharaoh who was married to Nefertiti Amenhotep IV
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Form of community developed by the Sumerians City-state
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Baked brick temples also called temple-towers ziggurats
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Developed alphabet Phoenicians
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  Egyptians could move goods up the Nile because. . 1. It had a weak current 2. Of man-made canals 3. It flowed from south to north 4. Strong winds
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  The Rosetta Stone was important because… 1. Helped decode hieroglyphics 2. Helped decode cuneiform 3. Showed the Phoenician alphabet 4. Explained Egyptian religious beliefs
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  Hatshepsut was unusual among
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