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AP WORLD HISTORY: TERMS FOR CHAPTERS 4-5
DIRECTIONS: For each term listed below, provide a well-developed definition that explains the significance of
that term. Your definition should be written in a complete sentence(s). All terms and their definitions must be
numbered and hand-written.
ex. Cuneiform: This is the first known writing system and was developed c3500 BCE by the Sumerian
civilization located in Mesopotamia’s Fertile Crescent.
**Please note**: The terms below are not necessarily listed in the order that they are found in the text. Many terms
are NOT highlighted or italicized as you read them in the textbook. Use your textbook’s glossary or index to locate
the terms. You may also use outside resources to define the term, but the definition provided must be relevant to
our historical studies. Do NOT trust publically edited websites such as Wikipedia or Yahoo Answers to retrieve
definitions.
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Phoenicians
Zoroastrianism
colonization
polis/city-state
aristocracy
direct democracy
Plato
Socrates
Pythagoras
Persian Wars
Peloponnesian Wars
Alexander the Great
Hellenistic Empire
Hellenistic culture
Alexandria (in Egypt)
republic (the Roman Republic)
Senate (as it relates to the Roman Republic)
consuls
Twelve Tables
Punic Wars
Augustus Caesar
Jewish diaspora (during the Roman Empire)
“mystery religions” (as it relates to Roman civilization)
Emperor Diocletian
Emperor Constantine I
Emperor Theodosius
Shintoism
Kush
Axum
Shintoism
Olmecs
Polynesians
Huns
Yellow Turbans
Germanic tribes (in relation to Roman Empire)
Rajputs
Constantinople
Byzantine Empire
Jesus Christ (“Jesus of Nazareth”)
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Saint Paul
doctrine
proselytize
monasticism
pope
syncretism