Sept 15 Notes
Sept 15 Notes 101.0
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Date Created: 09/18/15
Sept 1517 0 Kings of Israel 0 Joshua1230 BC invaded Canaan o Saul 1020 BC 1st King then David then Solomon David captured Jerusalem and made it the capital 0 Solomon built the temple ofJerusalem which held the Arc of the Covenant help the box of Torah first 5 books of the bible 0 Temple was destroyed during Babylonian invasion rebuilt in 6th century BC destroyed again in 70 BC by the Romans This was when Israelites were sent into exile in Babylon 0 Only remaining part of Solomon s temple is the western wall The Dome of Rock now sits where the temple used to be 0 First Temple 0 King Solomon Mt Zion in Jerusalem Jerusalem is very powerful by 970 BC 0 Israel split into Israel and Judah after Solomon s death I Israel north and large I Judah south and small but had Jerusalem Israel is conquered by the Assyrians in 722 BC Judah is destroyed by Babylon and the people are exiled Synagogues and rabbis appear at this time 0000 Diaspora Greek word meaning quotsowing of seed or dispersal which refers to Jewish population living outside of Israel 0 Hebrews and Judaism 0 Teaching on law and morality I Torah taught on all aspects of life cleanliness food preparation and criminal matters I 10 Commandments 0 Impact of ancient Israel I Idea of covenant pact with God I Spiritual ideas inspire western civilizations I 3 main religions come from Israelites Judaism Islam and Christianity 0 Ancient Minoans Aegean City Mount Ida in Crete Every aspect of life is related to light and joy King Midas Minotaur half manhalf bull that is worshiped Theseus kills Minotaur and takes Midas s daughter OOOO 0000 0000 Their alphabet is liner A and can t really be deciphered Each painting represents a syllable Arthur Evans discovered Knoscus Citypalace Represented elaborate living Democratic set up Throne is still intact Women were equal to men I Women organized court activities I Priests I Bare breastedness was wide spread Mild climate Satorini quotthe most beautifu III island I Acrotei city destroyed by a volcano in 1500 BC I Commercial Port I Culturally rich from trade Mt da irrigated fields No real conflict with anyone but the civilization disappeared Myceneans destroyed by volcanic activity and tsunami Archaeologists have found no similarities Between Minoans and later civilizations
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