1. where a place is located (absolute and relative)

1. where a place is located (absolute and relative)
2. multiple places with similar characteristics
3. characteristics that make a place unique (physical or human)
4. interaction between humans and their environment
5. movement of people and goods = transportation; movement of ideas and information = communication
6. half of a sphere; half the earth
7. absolute = exact location of a place (address, latitude/longitude) relative = what a place is near (BCMS is beside BCHS)
8. Free, Native-Born, Male, Land Owning
9. mountains and seas separated people and thus they became independent.
10. creativity and learning
11. rule of king, one ruler, absolute power, inherits power
12. grew grapes, olives, wheat, and barley; raised sheep and goats
13. Direct Democracy, Only Adult Males Could Vote, Laws Proposed By Council and Approved By Majority of Assembly
14. Monotheism is the belief in 1 god. Israelites
15. Hebrew
16. Phoenicians and it was a model for future alphabets
17. To house all religious relics, central location of worship
18. Cleanse the temple of all things Greek
19. Carried on the family name
20. Cuneiform
21. Better security, better food supply, permanent homes, farming
22. hot and dry
23. development of different kinds of jobs. Better products
24. water source, rich soil for farming, transportation
25. Iraq
26. Judaism, Christianity, and Muslim
27. water, farm land, food, mode of transporation
28. primary sources
29. Zero
30. "Yellow River"