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Mrs. Stone's Chapter 4 Review

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1.  He established the Persian custom of honoring the traditions and beliefs of the peoples his armies conquered.
2.  The followers of this philosophy were particularly drawn to the study of sciences such as astronomy and medicine.
3.  During the reign of Shi Huangdi, hunders of followers of this philosophy were murdered for their beliefs, and their books were burned.
4.  This is the bype of government that was established by Shi Huangdi.
5.  Which empire became known for its cruelty to conquered peoples?
6.  These were regional governors
7.  This is the philosophy that was adopted by Shi Huangdi.
8.  Which group of nomads invaded Egypt in chariots and ruled Egypt for 70 years?
9.  This non-Egyptian king overthrew the Libyan dynasty that ruled Egypt and upheld the Egyptian way of life.
10.  This region was located along the Nile, south of Egypt.  Several of its kingdoms served as trade and intellectual centers.
11.  This ruler was known for encouraging the expansion of trade in Egypt
12.  Which kingdom saw itself as the guardians of Egyptian civilization after the Libyans were ousted from Egypt?
13.  He conquered Egypt and, despite his father's example, scorned its people's beliefs
14.  Immediately following his death, rebellions erupted throughout the Persian Empire.
15.  This military leader adn peacemaker was the last great Egyptian pharaoh.
16.  This is what the philosophy of Laozi came to be called.
17.  This city, located south of Egypt was the home of kings as well as an importnat trade and iron manufacturing center.
18.  Which empire was ruled by Cyrus?
19.  This is the group of rulers to which Shi Huangdi belonged.
20.  This concept devides the world into two powers that represent the natural rythms of life.
21.  He was a prophet and religious reformer
22.  ThThe Babylonians and the Jews welcomed him as their conqueror
23.  He began a series of conquests that led to the creation of the Persian Empire.
24.  These nomads used chariots to invade an Egypt that had been severly weakened and divided.
25.  What great structure was created by forced labor to protect China from attacks by northern nomads?
26.  He burned books and forced peasants to work on the Great Wall of China.
27.  He divided the Persian Empire into 20 provinces
28.  What famous structure did King Darius build to unite the Persian Empire?
29.  Which philosophy was the Qin ruler Shi Huangdi following when he burned "useless" books, created forced labor, and murdered hundreds of scholars?
30.  He seized the Persian throne with the aid of an elite group of Persian soldiers.
31.  The teachings of this man, China's most influential scholar, are found in the Analects.
32.  What was the location of Nebuchadnezzar's hanging gardens?
33.  Confucianism stressed a strong belief in this.
34.  This pharaoh ruled during the New Kingdom and made Egypt a might empire.  His invasion of Nubia greatly added to the territory and power of the empire.
35.  Which Chinese philosophy stressed that social order, harmoney, and good government could be restored by organizing society around 5 basic relationships?
36.  This kingdom was long dominated by Egypt but emerged as a regional power after the Egyptian empire declined.
37.  What city became a major center for the manufacture of iron weapons and tools?
38.  He established the manufacture and exchange of metal coins within the Persian Empire.
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