World History Term List

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For the term list being built for the final exam, see World history term list for final exam.

Ancient History:

  • denotes honors

Abraham

Acropolis

Aesop

Alexander the Great

Ancient world

Archimedes

aristocracy

Aristotle

Assyrian Empire

Athens

Attila

Augustus Caesar

Babylon

Babylonia

Bible

Brahman

Bronze Age

Buddhism

Byzantine Empire

Carthage

caste

Celts

Chaldeans

China

city-states

civilization

Classical Civilizations

Classicism

Code of Manu

Colosseum

comedy

Confucius

Constantine

Constantinople

Council of Nicaea

cuneiform

David

Dharma

Diaspora

Direct Democracy

Early agriculture

Edict of Milan

Egypt

Eightfold Path

Enlightened One

Epic of Gilgamesh

Euclid

Fertile Crescent

Four Noble Truths

Gentiles

Gracchi brothers

Great Wall of China

Greek drama

Greek empire

Gupta empire

Hammurabi

Hannibal

Hebrews

heliocentric

Hellenistic

hieroglyphics

Hinduism

Hippocrates

Homer

Huns

Ideograms

India

Indus River Valley

Iron Age

Isaac

Ishmael

Israel

Jainism

Jesus

Judah, Kingdom of

Julius Caesar

Karma

Latin

Maize

Mandate of Heaven

Marc Antony

Mauryan Empire

Mesoamerica

Mesopotamia

Messiah

Middle Ages

Middle Kingdom

monotheism

monsoons

Moses

New Kingdom

Nicene Creed

Nirvana

Old Kingdom

Olympics (Ancient Greek)

Paul

Pax Romana

Peloponnesian War

Pentateuch

Persian empire

Persian Wars

Peter

pharaoh

Philip of Macedon

Philistines

Phoenicians

Plato

polis

polytheism

Ptolemy

Punic Wars

pyramids

Roman empire

Roman republic

Rome

Rosetta Stone

Saul

Senate

Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

Siddhartha Guatama

Silk Road

Socrates

Solomon

Sparta

Spread of Buddhism

St. Augustine

Sumer

Sumerians

Taoism (Daoism)

Ten Commandments

Theocracy

Thucydides

Torah

Tragedy

Vedas

Virgil

Vishnu

Visigoths

Warring States Period

Yahweh

Yin and Yang

Zhou dynasty

Ziggurat

Zoroastrianism

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