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Chapter 2 vocabulary Mesopotamia
Speed Match Review Game

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cuneiform
ziggurat
dynasty
conquer
city-state
artisan
irrigation
polytheism
region
civilization
empire
conquest
scribe
society
fertile
rich, as in soil
a group of people who have a complex and organized society within a culture
a city that is an individual unit complete with its own form of government and traditions
a system of transporting water to crops
a huge pyramid shaped structure consisting of stacked rectangular platforms
a crafts person such as potter or weaver
a form of wedge shaped writing used in ancient times
an organized community with establish rules and traditions
a ruling family
a professional writer
the worship of many gods
to defeat
a large territory consisting of many different places under the control of a single ruler
the defeat of another group
an area of earth with common physical features

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DescriptionMatch:
a group of people who have a complex and organized society within a culturecivilization
rich, as in soilfertile
a system of transporting water to cropsirrigation
a city that is an individual unit complete with its own form of government and traditionscity-state
an area of earth with common physical featuresregion
a crafts person such as potter or weaverartisan
a huge pyramid shaped structure consisting of stacked rectangular platformsziggurat
an organized community with establish rules and traditionssociety
the worship of many godspolytheism
a professional writerscribe
a form of wedge shaped writing used in ancient timescuneiform
to defeatconquer
a large territory consisting of many different places under the control of a single rulerempire
a ruling familydynasty
the defeat of another groupconquest