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 Withover 3,000 years of history, Judaism is   the oldest ______ religion in the world.
 Monotheistic
This system of writing was invented in Sumer    around 3000 BC. It uses wedge shaped        writing drawn on a clay tablet.
Cuneiform
All three religions, Judaism, Christianity       and Islam have roots back to            ________. (person)
Abraham
Although kings or emperors were the highest    position in the land, popes actually had   power over leaders in certain ca...
Excommunicate
Organizations of people in the same  occupation such as cloth makers,    bakers, or glass makers were         known as ___...
GuildsWe represent theLollipop Guild, the  Lollipop Guild!
______ was a strong ruler who conquered a  vast territory. He encouraged Christianity   and education. He was also crowned...
Charlemagne
After being excommunicated, KingJohn of England was forced to pay a  yearly fine to the Church. As aresult, he levied heav...
Magna Carta-it stated the king was not all powerful and had to                     obey the law
The _____ was a court held by the Church        used to suppress heretics.
Inquisition
The 3rd Crusade is significant because; even though the Crusaders lost, King Richard the   Lionhearted negotiated with the...
Saladin
Established by Constantine and picked for its strategic location, ____was the  capital of the Eastern Roman Empire  which ...
Constantinople
Perhaps the strongest Byzantine Emperor, ____    vowed to reconquer all lands that once  belonged to Rome. He also strengt...
Justinian
Since the divide between the Eastern and     Western Roman empires, the Church     experienced disagreements in faith.Alth...
The Great Schism (split)Sometimes called the East-West Schism
Mohammad believed the angel Gabriel came  to him in a dream and gave him a messagefrom God. This information makes up the ...
Quran or Koran
Most Muslims are ______ (90%). They believe that the inspiration of Muhammad came from   his early followers and were not ...
Sunni
All followers of Islam practice the ______ or  the individual duties required of a Muslim.   They are Faith, Prayer, Fasti...
The Five Pillars of Islam
Quarter 1 exam review
Quarter 1 exam review
Quarter 1 exam review
Quarter 1 exam review
Quarter 1 exam review
Quarter 1 exam review
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Quarter 1 exam review

  1. 1.  Withover 3,000 years of history, Judaism is the oldest ______ religion in the world.
  2. 2.  Monotheistic
  3. 3. This system of writing was invented in Sumer around 3000 BC. It uses wedge shaped writing drawn on a clay tablet.
  4. 4. Cuneiform
  5. 5. All three religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam have roots back to ________. (person)
  6. 6. Abraham
  7. 7. Although kings or emperors were the highest position in the land, popes actually had power over leaders in certain cases. The pope had the power to _______________ or banish from the Church and deny salvation.
  8. 8. Excommunicate
  9. 9. Organizations of people in the same occupation such as cloth makers, bakers, or glass makers were known as ______.
  10. 10. GuildsWe represent theLollipop Guild, the Lollipop Guild!
  11. 11. ______ was a strong ruler who conquered a vast territory. He encouraged Christianity and education. He was also crowned the first Holy Roman Emperor and is sometimes referred to as the “Father of Europe”.
  12. 12. Charlemagne
  13. 13. After being excommunicated, KingJohn of England was forced to pay a yearly fine to the Church. As aresult, he levied heavy taxes on his people. The people rebelled and forced King John to sign the _________.
  14. 14. Magna Carta-it stated the king was not all powerful and had to obey the law
  15. 15. The _____ was a court held by the Church used to suppress heretics.
  16. 16. Inquisition
  17. 17. The 3rd Crusade is significant because; even though the Crusaders lost, King Richard the Lionhearted negotiated with the Muslim leader ______ to allow Christian pilgrims access to Jerusalem.
  18. 18. Saladin
  19. 19. Established by Constantine and picked for its strategic location, ____was the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire which would eventually be known as the Byzantine Empire.
  20. 20. Constantinople
  21. 21. Perhaps the strongest Byzantine Emperor, ____ vowed to reconquer all lands that once belonged to Rome. He also strengthened his power by instituting a code of law in these lands.
  22. 22. Justinian
  23. 23. Since the divide between the Eastern and Western Roman empires, the Church experienced disagreements in faith.Although this divide cannot be attributed t0one particular event, the official break came in 1054. Known as the ______, there would now be two major sects of Christianity, Catholic and Orthodox Christian.
  24. 24. The Great Schism (split)Sometimes called the East-West Schism
  25. 25. Mohammad believed the angel Gabriel came to him in a dream and gave him a messagefrom God. This information makes up the holy text of Islam, the _______.
  26. 26. Quran or Koran
  27. 27. Most Muslims are ______ (90%). They believe that the inspiration of Muhammad came from his early followers and were not divinely inspired.
  28. 28. Sunni
  29. 29. All followers of Islam practice the ______ or the individual duties required of a Muslim. They are Faith, Prayer, Fasting, Alms and Hajj (pilgrimage).
  30. 30. The Five Pillars of Islam

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