World Civilizations 1
13 December 2016
Writing Assignment 3
Babylon was one of the three major civilizations of the Ancient Near East. It dominated
the Assyrian, Syrian, and Hebrew people, ruling an empire that extended from the Mediterran
Beaulieu, Paul-Alain. 1997. A New Inscription of Nebuchadnezzar II Commemorating the
Restoration of Ema in Babylon. Iraq 59 : 93-6. Paul-Alain Beaulieu, chairman of the
Department of Near and Middle Eastern Relations
World Civ notes
Transcendence vs. Imminence
Temples: Ziggurats-mirror mountains are where the gods live, mysterious like mts.
Explain that it is hard to communicate with the gods
Variety and Flexibility
Mrs. Rachel Keeney
19 October 2015
The United Nations
In 1945, the foundation of the United Nations was developed as a tool to face the most
important global challenges appearing in the international system. The United
Week Three Study Guide
Refer to the Weekly Study Guides information sheet for details of how to use this guide.
-Islam- submission or surrender
-Ottoman Empire- Powerful Turkish Empire that lasted from the conquest of Constantinople
Week Eight Study Guide- Refer to the Weekly Study Guides information sheet for
details of how to use this guide.
Universal Suffrage- every citizen is allowed to vote, including minors.
Universal Manhood/Male Suffrage- form of voting rights
Uganda Rising: The Scramble for Africa
During the twentieth century the major influence of European power led to much uprising
in Africa. Europes main thirst for Africa was attributed to their want for African resources like
diamonds and gold. With that,
Questions about the first extract
1. What does Lewis mean when he says we need something to set against the present?
When he mentions that he means that we, the people living in the present need something
more impacting to make us aware of what happened i
Professor Martin Spence
Synopsis: Dana Roberts Christian Mission: How Christianity Became a World Religion
The spread of Jesus Christ from one culture to another occurs because of intentional
human relationships across cultural boundaries. Today,
CHAPTER TEN STUDY GUIDE
Kristallnacht- the night of broken glass. Nazi destruction of thousands of Jewish stores,
burning of synagogues (in Germany/Austria).
Rape of Nanjing- China- result of WWII, brutal warfare against civilians and repressi