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  • 1. Lesson 4 Hebrews, Phoenicians, and Lydians Pages: 54-59
  • 2. The Hebrews
    • Abraham:
      • First Jew
      • Founded Judah
      • Covenant with God: worship only one God, then God will protect Abraham’s people, known as the Hebrews.
      • Monotheism: belief in one God.
  • 3. Hebrew People
    • Moved from Canaan to Egypt
      • Forced into slavery
      • Moses: according to Hebrew bible-God told Moses to lead the Hebrew people out of slavery.
  • 4. Ten Commandments
    • A Set of laws given to Moses by God.
    • Provide Guidance for the worship of God
        • Different than Hammurabi’s Code
  • 5. Torah
    • “ to teach”
    • Hebrew bible
    • Guidance for Jewish People
  • 6. Israel and Judah
    • Deborah: Hebrew Judge
    • ~National Leader among Hebrew
    • ***King David—
    • Unites Hebrew People
    • Forms Israel
    • Solomon: David’s Son
    • Solomon’s Death splits kingdom into two parts: Israel and Judah
  • 7. Phoenicians and Lydians
    • Phoenicians
    • -Trading partner with Israel
    • -Expert Sailors
    • -Used barter to trade
    • **Most important contribution:
    • -Modern Alphabet
    • **Lydians: invented the first coin
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