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Grade 7 :: Roman Empire by treemandude1
Grade 7 :: Roman Empire by treemandude1
The first major disagreement between the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church dealt with
  1. the Iconoclasm
  2. crowing the Holy Roman Emperor
  3. what language the church should speak
  4. disagreements about liturgy
Grade 7 :: Roman Empire by treemandude1
Emperor Justinian's systematic body of laws is called
  1. Justinian's Constitution
  2. Justinian's Code
  3. Justinian's Law
  4. Justinian's Compact
Grade 7 :: Roman Empire by treemandude1
Emperor Justinian is most famous for
  1. creating a systematic body of laws
  2. putting down a terrible revolt
  3. reclaiming lost territory of the Roman Empire
  4. making the city rich and wealthy
Grade 7 :: Roman Empire by treemandude1
Construction projects built by a government for public use, such as buildings, roads, and bridges.
  1. governmental works
  2. private works
  3. public works
  4. construction projects
Grade 7 :: Roman Empire by treemandude1
In the Western Roman Empire the religion is the Roman Catholic Church, while in the Eastern Empire it is
  1. Eastern Catholic Church
  2. Eastern Orthodox Church
  3. Northern Lutheran Church
  4. Protestant Church
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Most of the Neolithic settlements were located on what body of water.
  1. Mediterranean Sea
  2. Dead Sea
  3. Red Sea
  4. Black Sea
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Houses and other permanent shelter did all of the following except,
  1. keep people warm and safe
  2. allowed for different ways to decorate your house and look cooler than your neighbors
  3. made life more comfortable
  4. allowed for new ways of cooking food
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
The business of buying and selling or exchanging items is
  1. slavery
  2. farming
  3. trading
  4. domestication
Grade 6 :: Greece by SGC315
What were the city-states known as?
  1. agora
  2. acropolis
  3. polis
  4. hoplites
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
A scientist who studies human development and culture is called a
  1. Historian
  2. Politician
  3. Geographer
  4. Anthropologist
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Moving from one geographic area to another is known as,
  1. Segregation
  2. Integration
  3. Migration
  4. Ionization
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Neanderthals and Early Modern Humans live side by side for about 10,000 years. Using all your knowledge, Neanderthals may have disappeared because,
  1. Neanderthals were outhunted by Early Modern Humans and starved
  2. scientists aren't sure
  3. Early Modern Humans killed them off
  4. Early Modern Humans and Neanderthals mated and became part of the Early Modern Human
  5. all of the above
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Homo Habilis is known as the handy man because
  1. he had big hands
  2. he had hands on his feet like monkeys
  3. he used tools
  4. he was good at fixing things
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Grade 6 :: Ancient History by treemandude1
Scientists believe that Early Modern Humans made art based on all the following except
  1. to teach their children
  2. for religious purposes
  3. to express themselves
  4. to make lists of what they needed
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