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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY - HIEU 201 TEST 1 STUDY GUIDE NEW TEST 1 STUDY GUIDE Textbook Chapter 1: 1. What was the first civilization and where was it located? - 2. Recognize the legacies of the following: a... . Sumer – Semitic tongue – transformed swamps into field of barlety and date palms, invented cuneiform (pictograms and sign language), invented thew hell, the plough, irrigation, sailing boats, the keel (p. 10). b. Mesopotamia - c. Egypt d. Phoenicians - e. Assyrians f. Persia - 3. What was the central belief of Mesopotamians regarding purpose? 4. What was the Epic of Gilgamesh? Why was it significant? 5. Be able to explain the Law Code of Hammurabi and its significance. Understand some basics regarding Mesopotamian law and justice. Two things stand out in this ancient law code 6. What was the role of environment and geography in the beliefs of Mesopotamians and Egyptians? 7. Understand the role of pharaoh in Egyptian civilization. Be able to contrast this to Mesopotamian rulers. 8. Who was Hatshepsut of Egypt? Be able to explain the importance of her reign. 9. Who was considered one of Egypt’s greatest pharaohs? 10. Who was Cyrus the Great and why was he significant? 11. How was Zoroastrianism different from other Near Eastern religions? 12. Define and understand the term mythopoeic. Chapter 2: 13. Understand the key differences between Hebrews and Near Eastern neighbors (law, religious beliefs, social customs). 14. Where did the Hebrews originate? 15. Who were the important kings of Israel, and why? 16. There were two periods of captivity for the Israelites. Recognize them, when they occurred and how they were different. 17. How did Hebrews view man and his moral autonomy? 18. What was the covenant and law? How did this define the Hebrew nation? 19. How did Jewish law and society view women? 20. What was the role of the prophets in Hebrew history? 21. Recognize the legacy of social justice for Western Civilization and consider its place in the Old Testament. 22. What is universalism? 23. Understand the legacy of the Hebrews. Lectures – Make sure you have watched each of the lecture presentations for Module/Week 1 and use the following questions to guide you in study. 1. Understand the importance of studying Western Civilization and the purpose of this course. It is important to studying western civilization because it The history major provides the student with a broad based understanding of a wide range of societies and cultures. A degree in history also means that graduates learn to read and research, to evaluate evidence, and to communicate these findings orally and in writing. Although sometimes students think the only opportunity for the history major is teaching, there are many other options available. The skills obtained through the study of history are highly valued in today’s complex world of work. The purpose of the course This course will focus instead on process’ and developments. You will learn to look for the overall concepts, the big idea. 2. Understand the scope of this course. 3. Recognize the important geographic elements for the rise of civilizations. 4. Recognize the geographic boundaries of Mesopotamia, particularly in its early stages. 5. Review the legacies of the earliest civilizations. 6. Who fashioned the first iron weapons? 7. Recognize the significance and contributions of Assyrians. By 800 BC, this changed when the Assyrians sought once again to expand their borders. By the 7th century BC, the Assyrians were a deadly force of ruthless attackers, feared by all (p. 8-9 notes) 8. Know the origins of world empires, and recognize the difference between a small nation and an empire. 9. Know the largest empire covered in this section and its extent. 10. Know the origins of the Hebrews, and recognize their contributions to Western Civilization. 11. Understand the key players in the Babylonian Captivity and the destruction of Israel. 12. Understand and recognize the legacy of Persia. Websites and Articles – Make sure you have read all the additional websites and articles within the required reading section. Use the following questions to guide your reading and study. 1. Understand the use and origin of BC and AD in the dating system used in this course. 2. In “Western Civilization, Our Tradition” focus on the following areas: a. What is the author’s main argument? (Found in the first few paragraphs) b. What are the three traditions of Western Civilization listed by the author? c. Who does the author claim has the most interest in studying Western Civilization? d. Where did the term Western Civilization come from? e. What was the “Heroic Age” of Western Civilization, and why did it reach this point? f. Of the aspects of Western Civilization, which aspect is the only one accepted by intellectual elites of the West? Why is this? g. Who does the author argue will be the true defenders of the Western Civilization? 3. In “Biblical History,” consider the article in light of the following questions: a. What is the main purpose of the author? b. What is the main argument of the article? c. What examples does the author offer to support his argument? Is this “proof” convincing? yes [Show More]

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