World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians

World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians
World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians
World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians
World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians
World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians
World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians
World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians
World History: The Egyptians, Babylonians, and Persians
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  1. This assignment contains 4 primary source documents that contain accounts of Ancient Egyptian warfare during the Bronze Age. The sources include;(1.) Inscription Detailing the Defeat of the Hyksos in the tomb of Ahmose 1550-1479 BCE(2.) The Battle of Kadesh 1275 BCE. (3.) Treaty between the Egyptian
  2. This assignment contains 4 separate sections of Hammurabi's Code. The sources includes; (1.) Excerpts from the Epilogue of Hammurabi’s Code, 1754 BCE(2.)Hammurabi’s Code, 1754 BCE Laws: 129, 148, 168, 195 (3.) Hammurabi’s Code, 1754 BCE. Laws: 21, 23, 48, 53, 54 (4.) Hammurabi’s Code, 1754 BCE Laws
  3. This assignment contains 6 primary source documents covering the duties of a pharaoh and instructions for future pharaohs . The sources includes; (1.) Hymn to God King Ramesses IV [1166 BC] (2.) Hymn to a deceased pharaoh Unnos [2600 BC] (3.) Instructions from the Vizier of Pharaoh Issi (2400 B.C.
  4. This assignment contains 4 primary source documents that contain accounts of Cyrus the Great's rise to power. The sources include; (1.) Cyrus Cylinder 539 BCE(2.)Cyrus Cylinder 539 BCE(3.) King James Version of the Bible, First Chapter of Ezra (4.) The Account of Herodotus on Cyrus the Great (Book
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This bundle contains 4 DBQs covering some of the earliest human empires.

Egyptian Warfare in the Late Bronze Age: Document Based Questions:

This assignment contains 4 primary source documents that contain accounts of Ancient Greek philosophy and the changing ideas of nature and religion.

The sources include;

(1.) Reference to Thale of Miletus from Aristotle’s Metaphysics.


(2.) Description of Anaximander’s philosophy from various ancient scholars

(3.) Aristotle’s Account of Pythagoras

(4.) Critias, (480-403 BCE) Religion as a Human Invention


Each document has 1-4 questions each to help students analyze the sources and understand the time period. (Total Questions 16.)

Finally students will be given a writing prompt; Applying information from one text to another, and citing information when necessary, answer the following question; How did early Greek philosophy mark a break with mythical thinking and the emergence of rational scientific thinking?


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Hammurabi's Code; Stimulus Based Questions

This assignment contains 4 separate sections of Hammurabi's Code.

The sources includes; (1.) Excerpts from the Epilogue of Hammurabi’s Code, 1754 BCE(2.)Hammurabi’s Code, 1754 BCE Laws: 129, 148, 168, 195 (3.) Hammurabi’s Code, 1754 BCE. Laws: 21, 23, 48, 53, 54 (4.) Hammurabi’s Code, 1754 BCE Laws: 196, 199, 209, 215, 218

Each document has 1-5 questions each to help students analyze the documents and understand the time period.

Finally a short writing portions exists with the following prompt; "Was Hammurabi’s Code just? Support your answer with evidence from the documents above."

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Pharaohs In Egypt

This assignment contains 6 primary source documents covering the duties of a pharaoh and instructions for future pharaohs .

The sources includes; (1.) Hymn to God King Ramesses IV [1166 BC] (2.) Hymn to a deceased pharaoh Unnos [2600 BC] (3.) Instructions from the Vizier of Pharaoh Issi (2400 B.C.E) (4.) Instructions of Amenemhet I (1991-1962 B.C.E) (5.) Instructions for Pharaoh Merikare composed by his father (2050 B.C.E) (6.) Instruction of Ankhsheshonq (Between the time period of 300 B.C.E – 50 B.C.E)

Each document has (1-4) questions each to assess student understanding, with a total of 17 questions.

Cyrus the Great Document Based Questions

This assignment contains 4 primary source documents that contain accounts of Cyrus the Great's rise to power. The sources include;

(1.) Cyrus Cylinder 539 BCE

(2.)Cyrus Cylinder 539 BCE

(3.) King James Version of the Bible, First Chapter of Ezra

(4.) The Account of Herodotus on Cyrus the Great (Book 1)

Each document has 1-4 questions each to help students analyze the sources and understand the time period. (Total Questions 15.) Finally students will be given a writing prompt; Applying information from one text to another, citing when necessary, identify which document you believe is the most accurate depiction of historical events and explain why you chose the document.

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