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Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Early ManAncient CivsGeographyWild Card 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Final Jeopardy Slide 4 10 What is the scientific name for man? Answer Slide 5 Homo sapiens Slide 6 20 Answer On what continent do scientists believe that mankind began? Slide 7 Africa Slide 8 30 Answer What does Paleolithic mean? Slide 9 Old Stone Age Slide 10 40 Answer What term means New Stone Age? Slide 11 Neolithic Slide 12 50 Answer Paleolithic man mastered the use of this to help control his environment. Slide 13 FIRE!!!!!!! Slide 14 60 Answer The discovery of this is what shifted Paleolithic man into the Neolithic Age. Slide 15 Agriculture Slide 16 70 Answer The ____________ of animals in the Neolithic period helped early man to stop being nomadic. Slide 17 Domestication Slide 18 80 Answer Archaeologists use this test to determine the date/age of organic artifacts. Slide 19 Radiocarbon Dating Slide 20 90 Answer Stonehenge, pictured here, was built during what period of human history? Slide 21 Neolithic Slide 22 100 Answer What group of Homo Sapiens took over the Neanderthals? Slide 23 Cro-Magnon Slide 24 10 Answer In what river valley did ancient Egyptian civilization emerge? Slide 25 Nile Slide 26 20 Answer Arc of farmable land stretching from the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf. Slide 27 Fertile Crescent Slide 28 30 Answer This group from the ancient middle east is responsible for spreading the alphabet around the Mediterranean region. Slide 29 Phoenicians Slide 30 40 Answer Kings of ancient Egypt were known as ____________________. Slide 31 Pharaohs Slide 32 50 Answer First written law code, collected by one of the kings of ancient Babylon. Slide 33 Hammurabis Code Slide 34 60 Answer What is the name of this, the first written language? Slide 35 Cuneiform Slide 36 70 Answer With the exception of the Hebrews, most peoples of the ancient Middle east were ________________. Slide 37 Polytheistic Slide 38 80 Answer This group conquered the greatest empire of the Ancient Middle East. Their ruler Cyrus the Great released the Hebrews from the Babylonian Captivity. Slide 39 Persians Slide 40 90 Answer This group invaded India through the Khyber pass, suppressing the Dravidian culture. Slide 41 Aryans Slide 42 100 Answer India experienced its Golden Age under the leadership of this group. Slide 43 Guptas Slide 44 10 Answer According to the map, which letter is the Indus River? Slide 45 C Slide 46 20 Answer According to the map, what letter is Sumer? Slide 47 E Slide 48 30 Answer Which of the following geographic conditions was most important to the development of early Egyptian civilization? A. Moderate climate B. Protection by the Libyan Desert C. Location in the Nile River Valley D. Access to the Mediterranean Sea Slide 49 C. Location in the Nile River Valley Slide 50 40 Answer The major line of longitude that runs through Greenwich, England. Slide 51 Prime Meridian Slide 52 50 Answer The latitude line that is exactly half-way between the North and South Poles is called the- Slide 53 Equator Slide 54 60 Answer A topography map which shows how the land looks ( land features) is also referred to as a _______________. A. Political Map B. Language Map C. Population Map D. Physical Map Slide 55 Slide 56 70 Answer Physically the largest continent is Asia and the smallest continent is _________________. Slide 57 Australia Slide 58 80 Answer Geographers would identify China as being part of which region? A. South Asia B. Eastern Europe C. East Asia D. Middle East Slide 59 C. East Asia Slide 60 90 Answer The term geographers use for a narrow channel of water joining two larger bodies of water is _________. A.Bay B.Tributary C.Gulf D.Strait Slide 61 Slide 62 100 Answer India is a large sub-continent located in______________. A.East Asia B.South Asia C.Southern Europe D.Eastern Europe Slide 63 B. South Asia Slide 64 10 Answer Which of these tools from the Old Stone Age probably developed first? A.C. B.D. Slide 65 A. Slide 66 20 Answer Which religion believes in Karma, Dharma, Reincarnation, and the Caste System? A. Buddhism B. Islam C. Christianity D. Hinduism Slide 67 Slide 68 30 Answer This religion was founded by Siddhartha Gautama. Slide 69 Buddhism Slide 70 40 Answer The core teachings of Buddhism are the Four Noble Truths and the _________________________. Slide 71 Eightfold Path Slide 72 50 Answer This route facilitated trade between China and the West. Slide 73 Silk Road Slide 74 60 Answer This Chinese emperor unified China, built the Great Wall, and constructed the Terra Cotta Army. Slide 75 Qin Shihuangdi Slide 76 70 Answer This Chinese philosophy stressed filial piety, education, and following the five relationships essential for a functional society. Slide 77 Confucianism Slide 78 80 Answer Which Chinese philosophy uses this symbol to represent balance and harmony in the universe? Slide 79 Daoism Slide 80 90 Answer This Indian ruler is responsible for spreading Buddhism from India throughout Asia. Slide 81 Asoka Slide 82 100 Answer In which war did Sparta and Athens work together to defeat an enemy Empire? Slide 83 Persian War Slide 84 Final Jeopardy Answer Which letter on the map represents the Aegean Sea? Slide 85 E.

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