Your a Finance Major, can you answere questions in World Civilazation?
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2: Around 3200 b.c., the earliest forms of writing were invented in
a. Babylonb. Sumerc. Akkadd. Assyriae. Alexandria
3: During the first nine centuries of the Sumerian era
a. Several independent city-states, rather than a single unified government, existed in Sumerb. Sumer was inhabited by nomadic tribes and had no citiesc. The dynasty of Nebuchadnezzar made Sumer into a mighty military powerd. The city of Babylon emerged as one of the seven wonders of the world
4: The victories of Sargon the Great
a. Freed Sumer from foreign dominationb. Placed the Amorites in control of Sumerc. Established a period of peace that allowed the development of a legal and judicial coded. Placed Sumer under Akkadian domination for almost two centuries
5: Climate and geography shaped Sumer’s accomplishments because
a. A harsh climate and a lack of natural resources made Sumerians perceive nature as an enemy to be subduedb. An abundance of natural resources provided the incentive for developmentc. Year-round flooding made centralized control of necessityd. Accessibility to harbors made the region a trading center
6: Which of the following statements CORRECTLY describes the development of wheeled transport?
a. It led to the use of the wheel in pottery makingb. It was first discovered by the Egyptiansc. It radicalized military techniques but had little effect on economic or political developmentsd. It proved crucial in Sumerian irrigation and building projects
8: The earliest Sumerians conceived of their gods as
a. Heroes who acted like human beingsb. Disembodied natural forcesc. Omnipotent supernatural rulersd. Spirits who resided in the bodies of their kings
11: The Code of Hammurabi did NOT
a. Divide society into two legal and clearly unequal classesb. Enforce the principle of exact retaliationc. Serve as the point of departure for the evolution of Western concepts of justiced. Preserve social order by insisting that the aristocratic class was above the law
12: The epic of Gilgamesh revels
a. The dominance of the priestly class in Mesopotamian societyb. That the Hittites developed startling new artistic formsc. That the Mesopotamians followed a rigid moral code based on the principle of “an eye for an eye.”d. A secular philosophy of life that affirmed human experience and action on earth
13: Before the Old Babylonians, religious commitment had not included
a. The concept of the gods as superhumanb. Prayer to personal gods who watched over the daily affairs of ordinary peoplec. The notion of the priests as a separate classd. Worship of individual deities as the patron gods of cities
14: Our division of the day into two sets of twelve hours, the hour into sixty minutes, and the minute into 60 seconds is derived from the mathematical achievements of the
a. Sumeriansb. Old Babyloniansc. Hittitesd. Chaldeanse. Egyptians
15: Hittite strength depended on
a. Racial superiorityb. Availability of resourcesc. Monopoly of the technology of the wheeld. Monopoly of the technology of the iron
17: The Assyrian reputation of “frightfulness”
a. Is somewhat unjust since they were no more or less cruel than other primitive nationsb. Is based on an early 20th century misreading of an Assyrian documentc. Rested on their unprecedented use of chariots in warfared. Made the Assyrians a hated race and drove subject peoples to revolt
18: Which of the following places the Mesopotamian Civilizations in CORRECT chronological order:
a. The Sumerians, The Assyrians, The New Babyloniansb. The Hittites, The Sumerians, the New Babyloniansc. The New Babylonians, The Assyrians, The Sumeriansd. The Assyrians, the Hittites, the Sumerians
19: Which of the following is NOT true of New Babylonian astrology?
a. It bore witness to the New Babylonian belief that the universe could be measured and interpreted for humanity’s benefitb. It served as a point of departure for Greco-Roman astronomyc. It served as a personal religion for people who relied on their individual horoscopes for comfort and for guidanced. It enabled the New Babylonians to compile a careful record of astronomical observations
20: The Mesopotamian legacy to the modern world includes all of the following EXCEPT
a. Influence on Old Testament theologyb. Artistic and architectural stylesc. Technological breakthroughs such as the wheeld. Mathematics and jurisprudence
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