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World History
Chapter 1
Presented by Mr. “G”
Card 1
History began
at this point
according to
historians
Card 2
Give three
examples of
artifacts
according to
the textbook
Card 3
The early
period of
human history
is known as
this
Card 4
A “location”
where
archaeologists
might find
useful
information
Card 5
The prefix
“paleo” means
this
Card 6
The early part
of the Stone
Age was
known as this
Card 7
Two countries
where the
oldest
Paleolithic art
forms were
found
Card 8
The most
common
shelter for
Paleolithic man
Card 9
The role of
early men
Card 10
The role of
early women
Card 11
A hard stone
used to make
tools
Card 12
Five benefits
that fire
brought to
early man
Card 13
The physical
feature that
was close to
the home of
the early
nomads
Card 14
By painting
animals, early
man believed it
would do this
Card 15
The strongest
characteristic
of the early
hunters and
gatherers
Card 16
The reason
nomads
traveled in
large groups
Card 17
The three
areas that early
man had to
adapt to during
the Ice Age
Card 18
The early
painting of the
bison reveals
this about the
Paleolithic Age
Card 19
The last Ice
Age began
when
Card 20
The scientific
reason that we
know how old
things really
are
Card 21
The location of
“Otzi”
Card 22
The year “Otzi”
was discovered
Card 23
“Otzi” had this
in his shoes to
keep his feet
warm
Card 24
The occupation
of “Otzi”
Card 25
The “age” that
scientists
believed “Otzi”
lived in
Card 26
“Otzi” is now
on display in
this country
Card 27
This was
possibly the
most important
event in human
history
Card 28
Animals
provided these
four things to
Neolithic man
Card 29
This replaced
hunting and
gathering
Card 30
The length of
time the
Neolithic Age
lasted
Card 31
In the Neolithic
Age, this was
used to make
mats and cloth
Card 32
In the Neolithic
Age, this
occurred as a
result of
producing
more than
enough to eat
Card 33
Community in
present-day
Turkey that
was home to
approximately
6,000 people
Card 34
The eight main
crops grown in
early North
America
Beans
Cocoa
Maize
Squash
Sunflowers
Sweet potatoes
Tomatoes
Card 35
This developed
as a result of
the farmers
staying in one
place
Card 36
One of the
earliest known
communities
AND where it is
located
Card 37
These two
alloys were
mixed to create
bronze
Card 38
The years of
the Bronze Age
Card 39
CAUSE:
Farming
Begins
List 3
EFFECTS
Card 40
Six traits (given
by your text) of
a civilization
No Card 41
Card 42
The 2 main
rivers in the
Fertile
Crescent
Card 43
The body of
water the 2
main rivers of
the Fertile
Crescent flow
into
Card 44
Two large
present-day
countries
where the 2
main rivers of
the Fertile
Crescent flow
Card 45
The areas of
the Cultural
Approach that
can apply to
Ancient
Mesopotamia
Card 46
Mesopotamia
means this in
Greek
Card 47
The direction
the
Mediterranean
lies of
Mesopotamia
Card 48
This controlled
the seasonal
flooding in
Mesopotamia
Card 49
A unique
characteristic
of a city-state
in Sumer
Card 50
The southern
region of
Mesopotamia
Card 51
The great
temple of the
Sumerians
Card 52
The occupation
of the majority
of Sumerians
Card 53
The story of an
actual king of
Uruk in
Babylonia whose
stories were
written in
cuneiform on 12
clay tablets
Card 54
Lower class of
Sumerians
Card 55
The middle
class of
Sumerians
Card 56
The upper
class of
Sumerians
Card 57
The role of the
men in Sumer
Card 58
The greatest
invention of the
Sumerians
Card 59
A long poem
that tells of a
hero
Card 60
We obtained
these from the
Sumerians
number system
of 60
Card 61
The written
language the
Sumerians
used
Card 62
Innovations
and
Contributions
of Ancient
Sumer (all not
listed in text)
Adoption
Drug catalog
Elementary schools
Harp
Jacks (game)
Multiplication tables
Square root tables
Jewelry
Literature
Continued Card 62
Wheeled vehicles
Writing
Sailboat
Plow
Use of geometry to
build buildings and to
measure fields
Reciprocals
Pear
Schools
Theater
Tuition
Wheel
Universities
Card 63
This weakened
the city-states
of Sumer
Card 64
He conquered
all of
Mesopotamia
and set up the
1st empire
Card 65
The empire
that came after
Sargon’s
leadership
Card 66
The King of
Babylon
Card 67
Hammurabi is
best known for
this
Card 68
Hammurabi’s
plan for city
streets
Card 69
According to
Hammurabi’s
Code, this
happened if
one were
caught in the
act of robbery
Card 70
According to
Hammurabi’s
Code, these
were the rights
of an accused
person
Card 71
These people
followed the
reign of
Hammurabi
Card 72
Assyria’s land
can best be
described as
this
Card 73
This was a
“first” for the
Assyrian army
Card 74
They
developed a
way to make
iron stronger
Card 75
Iron weapons
replaced those
that were made
of this
Card 76
The Assyrians
did this to a city
once they
captured it
Card 77
These were the
three major
rivers that were
part of the
Assyrian
Empire
Card 78
The physical
feature that
kept the
Assyrians from
expanding
further north
Card 79
The physical
feature that
kept the
Assyrians from
expanding
further south
Card 80
The Assyrians
brought new
people in to
their land and
made them do
this
Card 81
The capital of
the Assyrian
Empire
Card 82
Two main jobs
of the officials
of the
provinces
Card 83
Location of one
of the world’s
first libraries
Card 84
The reason
Assyrians
began fighting
each other
Card 85
These people
conquered the
Assyrian
people
Card 86
The leader of
the Chaldeans
Card 87
The Chaldeans
had a
connection in
the past from
these people
Card 88
The center of
the Chaldean
Empire
Card 89
One of the
seven wonders
of the Ancient
World located
in Babylon
Card 90
The reason the
“hanging
gardens” were
built
Card 91
This process
made it possible
for water to
come to the
gardens by way
of the Euphrates
River
Card 92
Babylon was
located on the
trade route
connecting
these two
physical
features
Card 93
Two important
“firsts” for the
Chaldeans
regarding
astronomy
Card 94
These people
conquered the
Chaldeans
Card 95
In your opinion, most impact on
which
civilizations?
civilization
discussed in
Be prepared to
this chapter
defend your
has had the
answer.
Conclusion
You now have everything you need to be
successful for “conquering” Chapter 1 and
the early civilizations.
Read each card. Decide on an answer. If
it is correct, make a pile for those. If
incorrect, make a pile for those until there
is none in the “don’t know” pile.
I believe in you!
World History
Chapter 1
Presented by Mr. “G”