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Title: Jeopardy!


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Jeopardy!
Turning Points
Religion
Early Civs
People
Vocab
Wildcard
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Final Jeopardy
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100 Question from Religion
This persons actions of posting his 95 Theses
(statements) in 1517 started the Protestant
Reformation.
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100 Answer from Religion
Martin Luther
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200 Question from Religion
This form of Christianity started in
Constantinople during the Byzantine Empire and
spread to Russia.
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200 Answer from Religion
Eastern Orthodox
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300 Question from Religion
This religion used dharma, karma, and the caste
system.
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300 Answer from Religion
Hinduism
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400 Question from Religion
Christianity started and spread in Europe during
the dominance of this empire.
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400 Answer from Religion
The Roman Empire
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500 Question from Religion
He is the patriarch of Judaism.
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500 Answer from Religion
Abraham
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100 Question from Early Civs
Babylonia was home to king who was famous for
starting this first written law code.
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100 Answer from Early Civs
Hammurabi
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200 Question from Early Civs
This is the river that Chinese civilization
first settled on.
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200 Answer from Early Civs
Huang He
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300 Question from Early Civs
Though Rome eventually became an empire with an
emperor in charge, it started with this type of
government.
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300 Answer from Early Civs
A republic
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400 Question from Early Civs
He is the best-known leader of the Byzantine
Empire.
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400 Answer from Early Civs
Justinian
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500 Question from Early Civs
This was the writing system used by the Sumerians
in Mesopotamia.
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500 Answer from Early Civs
Cuneiform
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100 Question from Turning Points
This might be the most important turning point
in human history. It is when humans first
started to farm the land and domesticated animals.
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100 Answer from Turning Points
Neolithic Revolution
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200 Question from Turning Points
The fall of the Roman Empire is considered a
turning point in Western history because it
brought about a time with no or weak central
governments in Western Europe. This time period
is called this.
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200 Answer from Turning Points
The Middle Ages (Medieval Times)
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300 Question from Turning Points
His sailing crew was the first to circumnatigate
the world (unfortunately, he didnt make it).
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300 Answer from Turning Points
Magellan
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400 Question from Turning Points
This ruler attempted to modernize Russia in the
1700s.
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400 Answer from Turning Points
Peter the Great
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500 Question from Turning Points
This city was conquered by the Muslims in 1453
ending more than 1,000 years of strong Christian
rule of the city.
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500 Answer from Turning Points
Constantinople
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100 Question from People
She led England during the Age of Absolutism, a
time when rulers had all of the power
and centralized that power with their nations.
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100 Answer from People
Queen Elizabeth I
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200 Question from People
Important to the people of China, he stressed
relationships, family, and believed scholars
should have high status.
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200 Answer from People
Confucius
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300 Question from People
This man brought Islam to the Mali people after
he took a trip to Mecca.
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300 Answer from People
Mansa Musa
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400 Question from People
This man was crowned King of Franks in 800 AD.
He wasnt happy that the pope was doing the
crowning.
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400 Answer from People
Charlemagne
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500 Question from People
This Mongol conquered nearly all of Asia in the
1200s. It was the largest empire in the world.
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500 Answer from People
Genghis Khan
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100 Question from Vocab
What does fertile soil mean?
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100 Answer from Vocab
Land that is good for agriculture.
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200 Question from Vocab
This two-word phrase means good times for a
culture or a civilization.
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200 Answer from Vocab
Golden Age
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300 Question from Vocab
This is the system used by the Hindus for their
social class system.
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300 Answer from Vocab
Caste System
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400 Question from Vocab
This was the economic/social system used during
the European Middle Ages.
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400 Answer from Vocab
Feudalism
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500 Question from Vocab
This is the code the Japanese samurai follow. It
is similar to the code of the knights (chivalry)
during the European Middle Ages
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500 Answer from Vocab
Bushido
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100 Question from Wildcard
These are the two rivers that supplied the
civilizations of Mesopotamia with fertile soil.
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100 Answer from Wildcard
Tigris and Euphrates Rivers
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200 Question from Wildcard
This is the most important river to the people
who live in the desert in eastern Africa.
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200 Answer from Wildcard
Nile River
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300 Question from Wildcard
Mathematics and Science developed during the
golden age of this culture.
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300 Answer from Wildcard
Islam (Moslem)
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400 Question from Wildcard
This civilization developed what evolved to be
the Western alphabet.
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400 Answer from Wildcard
Phoenicians
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500 Question from Wildcard
This river in India is considered sacred to
Hindus.
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500 Answer from Wildcard
Ganges River
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Final Jeopardy
The basic meaning of this word is
non-religious it became popular in the
European Renaissance.
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Final Jeopardy Answer
Secular
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