world history final exam jeopardy review chapters 5, world religions and 11
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World HistoryFinal Exam Jeopardy ReviewChapters 5, World Religions and 11
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This man was the founder of Buddhism
This woman was the wife and political advisor to Justinian
This man was the ruthless leader of the Mongol hordes
According to Greek tradition this blind man was the greatest story tellers
Greek philosopher who questioned the nature of the world, human belief, knowledge and thought
Good or bad deeds that follows a person from one reincarnation to another is called?
Disease that took the lives of nearly 10,000 people a day
Complex set of ideals, for which a knight fought for three masters
Beautiful copies of religious text created by monks between 600-700 A.D.
Meaning Holy Wisdom it is considered the most beautiful Church in the Christian World
What did the Spartans value over formal education?
What were Greek sculptures designed to show?
The idealized human body in motion
What were the three main focuses of an Athenian education?
-The study of grammar, poetry, history, math and music-Training in public speaking and logic -Athletic training and activities
What was unique about history during the Dorian Age?
There was not written history
What were Pericles three goals for Athens?
-Strengthening Athenian democracy -Holding the size of their territories and strengthening the empire-Glorifying Athens with statues, buildings and paintings
Which holy city do Muslims, Christians, and Jew share?
What is the Hebrew holy book called?
What were the men who followed Jesus called?
What does it mean if someone is monotheistic?
They believe in one god
Who made the very first covenant between himself and God?
What was the uniform code called that Justinian used to govern his empire?
The Justinian Code
What was the goal of the First Crusade launched in 1095?
The First Crusade launched in 1095 called on Christians to drive the Turks out of Anatolia
Which two leaders reached the compromise where the Muslims were allowed to keep Jerusalem?
King Richard I (The Lion Hearted) and Saladin
What was the goal of the Nika Rebellion? How many protestors died during the rebellion?
The goal of the Nika Rebellion was to overthrow Justinian. 30,00 protesters were killed by Justinians army
Which major empire emerged out of ruins of the Mongol Empire?
The Ottoman Empire
Final Jeopardy Chapters 5, World History & 11
Topic: The Justinian Code
What were the four aspects of the Justinian Code and what were their purposes?
-The Code-Contained 5,000 Roman laws-The Digest- 50 volume collection of ideas from the greatest Roman legal minds in their history-The Institutes-Textbook on how to use the laws-The Novellae (New Laws)-Laws passed after 534 A.D.