HIEU 201 Test 1

Liberty HIEU 201 Test 1 Answers

  1. According to the textbook, the Assyrians were known for their promotion of tolerance and peace.
  2. How does the author of the textbook connect Hebrew religion with the ultimate rise of a scientific worldview in Western cultures?
  3. Which of the following was an important achievement of the Sumerians?
  4. According to the textbook, ancient Egyptians
  5. The Persian empire
  6. According to the textbook, the finest work of Mesopotamian literature was
  7. According to the textbook, the Hebrews (Israelites or Jews) originated in Mesopotamia and migrated to Canaan.
  8. According to the textbook, Jewish law regarded women as persons, not as property.
  9. According to the textbook, in spite of their obsession with military conquest, the Assyrians had a key role in maintaining and spreading the culture of the past.
  10. The Hebrews came to see themselves as chosen by God
  11. Under the rule of the Israelite king Solomon,
  12. The Hebrews regarded history as
  13. The environment of early Mesopotamia was characterized by
  14. Yahweh was thought of as
  15. A major role of prophets like Jeremiah was to
  16. According to the textbook, one striking feature of Hammurabi’s Code of Law is the almost total lack of concern for money or economic transactions.
  17. The term “mythopoeic” relates best to
  18. The Old Testament
  19. How did Mesopotamians define the purpose of human existence?
  20. According to the textbook, the ethical outlook of the Hebrews helped fashion the Western idea of the dignity of the individual.
  21. According to the lecture, “Empire Builders of the Near East,” who were considered a “deadly force of ruthless attackers”?
  22. According to the lecture, “Empire Builders of the Near East,” which empire brought conflict to Egypt and were the first to fashion iron weapons?
  23. According to the lecture, “Earliest Civilizations of the Near East,” Sumer, the foundation for Mesopotamian culture, was located in which region?
  24. According to the lecture, “Empire Builders of the Near East,” who built the very first, world empire?
  25. According to the lecture, “Empire Builders of the Near East,” which of the following is NOT one of the legacies of the Persian Empire?
  26. According to “Western Civilization: Our Tradition,” which of the following is the only one embraced by “the political, intellectual, and economic elites of the West”?
  27. According to “Western Civilization: Our Tradition,” it was due to which of the following countries that the idea of Western civilization experienced its heroic age?
  28. Which of the following best describes the main argument of the article “Biblical History”?
  29. According to “The Christian Calendar,” which of the following accurately denotes the meaning of the abbreviation, AD?
  30. According to “Western Civilization: Our Tradition,” which of the following is NOT one of the three traditions of Western Civilization?
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