|Types of Government
This civilisation flourished alongside the Nile River.
This is the ruling of a king or queen.
One of the earliest systems of writing, originating in Mesopotamia around 3500 BCE.
This is the practice of worshipping multiple gods.
He was a student of Plato and later became the tutor of Alexander the Great.
This is the birthplace of democracy, philosophy, and Western civilization. It has city-states like Athens and Sparta.
This is a family line of rulers. This was practiced by the Ancient Chinese.
The Great Wall of China
This was built in during the period of Ancient China to protect the states from nomadic invasions.
Zeus and Aphrodites are examples of _________
He was a student of Socrates and the teacher of Aristotle.
This ancient civilization emerged between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. It is called Iraq today.
This is the rulership of a group of people. This was used by the Ancient Greeks.
This structure could hold up to 80,000 spectators and was used for gladiatorial contests, public spectacles, and dramas.
This religion first emerged in the Roman Empire.
He is known for his contributions to ethics and the Socratic method,.
This civilisation is characterized by its dynastic rule. it was located alongside the Yangtze and Yellow Rivers.
This political practice was invented by Ancient GreeKs. Its principles states that one person should be allowed only one vote.
A type of stepped pyramid temple tower built by ancient Mesopotamian civilizations for the purpose of worship.
This is a collection of myths or stories about a specific person, culture, religion, or any group with shared beliefs.
Alexander the Great
After his death, Ancient Greece went into the Hellenistic period.
Indus Valley Civilisation
Also known as the Harappan civilization, this ancient society thrived in the floodplains of the Indus River in present-day Pakistan and northwest India.
This type of government was invented by the Ancient Romans. It is where representatives are elected.
A system of pictorial writing used in ancient Egypt.
Mandate of Heaven
The idea that there could be only one legitimate ruler of China at a time, and that this ruler had the blessing of the gods.
A Chinese philosopher whose philosophy taught that everyone should be treated the same way that they would want to be treat. This was called confucianism.