March on Washington
Police violence, bombings, protests
Desegregation, fair employment, equal pay
Coalition and Opposition
Congress of Radical Equality (CORE), Student Nonviolent
Adolf Hitler is known as one of Historys most notorious leaders and most hateful men. There is
no mistake that he is inexplicably wicked and vile. He is known for extreme anti-Semitism and horrible
propaganda. He was able to mislead a whole c
1. Jie was a Xia-dynasty king of what is now China. He was mean.
2. Qi was Y's son and the popular choice for a king, though he didn't turn out so well.
3. Shao-Kang was the great-great-nephew of Qi. He was a better king.
4. Tang was
1. In 1794 B.C., Rim-Sin and Shamshi-Adad ruled almost all of the Mesopotamian plain.
2. Assyria was Shamshi-Adad's kingdom.
3. Gungunum was the fifth king of Larsa.
4. Hammurabi was possibly Shamshi-Adad's relative, a great-great-gre
1. Amagi was a word meaning freedom from fear. It translates literally to return
to the mother.
2. Lugulannemundu conquered Urukagina.
3. Sataran was a false god thought up by the Sumerians. Priests under him were
unfair to the citize
1. The Jhukar Culture lived in the Harappan remains once the Harappan civilization had ended.
2. Arya means pure, though the Aryan civilization wasn't.
1. An unexpected natural disaster struck Mohenjo-Daro between 1750 and 1
1. Akrotiri was Thera's only large town.
2. Daedalus was an inventor.
3. Frescoes were paintings on plaster.
4. The Minotaur was a mythical man/bull combination who lived in the Labyrinth.
5. Knossos was a settlement where King Minos
1. Akhtoy I, whose name was also Achthoes, was a very cruel ruler of Egypt.
2. Amenemhet I was the first king of Dynasty Twelve.
3. Itj-taway means Seizer of the Two Lands, and was a city 20 miles south of Memphis.
4. Mentuhotep reign
1. Agade was Sargon's capital. It was in Akkad.
2. Nineveh was a small city Sargon had conquered.
3. Rimush was Sargon's son and a lame king.
4. Ur-Zabada was a country whose king Sargon betrayed.
1. In Sumeria, they thought
1. Hagar was Sarah's servant, with whom Abraham had Ishmael, thinking God had told him to.
But God hadn't.
2. Ishmael was Hagar's son (see above), and is thought to have been the forefather of the Arabs.
3. Jericho was a strong, walle
1. Apepi I was the fifth Hyksos king. He picked a fight with Sequenere, Thebes' king, in
approximately 1630 BC.
2. Avaris was the 15th Dynasty's headquarters.
3. The Hyksos' name might mean cheiftain.
4. Queen Sobeknefru reigned over
1. Ahmose was a pharaoh who defeated the Hyksos.
2. Kahmose was Ahmose's brother or dad or great-uncle. No one really knows.
3. Queen Ahhotep was a good queen and was buried with honors.
4. Sharuhen was near Gaza.
1. Nubia w
1. Amagi was a word meaning freedom from fear. It translates literally to return to the
2. Lugulannemundu conquered Urukagina.
3. Sataran was a false god thought up by the Sumerians. Priests under him were unfair to the
1. Ishme-Dagan was Yasmah-Adad's older brother and the favorite of their father. He inherited the
throne and then was defeated after a while by Hammurabi and his allies.
2. The Kassites were raiders and raided the northeastern borders
1. A barbarian is an insult for someone who is different than you who you don't like. The
Sumerians started to use it in ancient times.
2. Manishtushu had a really long name, had really long boasts, and had a pretty short reign- 14
1. Shu-Sin was Shulgi's grandson.
2. The Martu, or Amurru, were Western Semitic nomads who roved along the western border
between Canaan and the borders of the neo-Sumerian realm.
3. Ibbi-Sin was Shu-Sin's son.
4. Ishbi-Erra was a tra
1. Anittas was the chief of the Hittite city of Kussara.
2. Ht and Hatti were two names for the territory of the Hittites.
3. Hattusitlis I was the name of the king who transferred his capital from Kussara to Hattusas.
4. Mursilis was
1. Citadels were high sections of buildings surrounded by walls and watchtowers.
2. Harappa was a city without any individual people that we can tell stories about since they didn't
really keep interesting records.
3. Mohenjo-Daro is
1. Khafre built the Second Pyramid and the Sphinx.
2. Menkaure helped the Egyptians and removed some of the slavery his ancestors had put on them.
Also, he died quickly.
3. An obelisk is a big pointed stone monument.
4. Ra was the sun
Our Constitution, a Guideline to Hold Us Together
We have never been on stable ground as a country. With every new generation comes new
challenges, new wars and new concerns but we are given some guidance and security with our
AP U.S. History
July 14, 2015
Influences and Innovations Leading to and Effecting
Until the fourteenth century Europeans were lagging behind much
of the world in exportable trade, technology and the idea of National
Ignatius of Loyola and the Spiritual Exercises
As the founder of the Society of Jesus, Ignatius of Loyola was a man of many things. Born
into a family with thirteen children already, he would become in his lifetime the single most
Socrates View on Death
When Socrates was sentenced to death he was said to have believed in the finality of death.
Taken from the book The Trial and Death of Socrates, we find the two views that are held about
death. This book was written by Plato, Socrat
Akbar the Great
Akbar was born on October 14, 1542 in what is now modern day Pakistan. Akbar is said to
have been a great man because of his coming to the throne at the stunning age of 13, his well
rounded character, and his religious tolerance which took