Which are associated with the Hebrew people?Choose all answers that are correct.


A. considered themselves one people, but were separated into city-states

B. developed monotheistic beliefs that later became part of Christianity and Islam

C. considered the human body an object of beauty and portrayed it in sculpture

D. experienced several periods of captivity

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Answer 1
Answer:

B and D

They were carried into captivity multiple times throughout history: Egypt, Babylon, Persia, and in a way Rome. (They were heavily persecuted under Caesar)They also held/hold a belief in one God, they call Elohim or Yahweh. (belief in one God is called Monotheism) Christianity and Islam hold this view. Christianity: Jesus. And Islam: Allah. Both are supposedly related to the Hebrew old testament belief in God with Abraham.

Answer 2
Answer: I think it is c because I haveread it somewhere lol sorry

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When Alexander and his army invaded Asia in 334 BCE, where did they first meet serious Persian resistance?

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Answer:

  • Granicus River

Explanation:

Darius did not foresee the risk presented by Alexander, the youthful king of Macedon who crossed into Asia in 334 BCE. Darius' commanders, including the Greek soldier of fortune Memnon, drove their powers into their first battle against Alexander at the Granicus River, and were vanquished.

When Alexander and his army invaded Asia in 334 BCE, the first meet serious was the Granicus River

Ferdinand de Lesseps built the Suez Canal in Egypt but failed in his attempt to build a canal through what other country?

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Ferdinand de Lesseps, a French diplomat and engineer, successfully built the Suez Canal in Egypt, which was completed in 1869, connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea. However, he failed in his attempt to build a canal through Panama.

Ferdinand de Lesseps and his company, the French Panama Canal Company, took on the ambitious project of constructing a canal across the Isthmus of Panama in the late 19th century. The goal was to create a direct waterway linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, which would significantly reduce travel time for ships and boost global trade.

The French effort to build the Panama Canal faced numerous challenges, including challenging terrain, tropical diseases like malaria and yellow fever, and logistical issues. The company also encountered financial difficulties due to cost overruns and mismanagement.

Ultimately, the project proved to be too much for the French company, and it was abandoned in 1889 after years of struggle and thousands of worker deaths. The failure of the French attempt to build the Panama Canal was a significant setback and led to financial ruin for many investors.

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The answer to this question is Panama. Ferdinand de Lesseps was eager to build the canal because he was inspired by the work that the Egyptians did in ancient times. He tried to build the canal in Panama (which was then called the "Panama Canal"), but failed because things started to go into chaos when the canal was about to collapsed. It took another 25 years until the Canal was finally completed.

What is an open attack, usually armed?

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hmm. a open attack is when you attack while the defenders are right there, so attacking without the element of surprise. but most people do not do that unless they have a bigger army.

the idea that people within a state can and should determine the laws within that state is 2 is referred to as what

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Pretty sure its Popular Sovereignty!!

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In buddhism, there is not such a great relationship with a creator. 
The founder of the religion was Siddhartha Gautama who was a prince, and then put himself under a process of understanding the true nature of things and self-relization. He sat under the bodhi tree and began meditation for some time and became the enlightened one (Buddha). The ultimate goal for any buddhist is to be enlightend and achieve a state of mind that can overcome the pain of our struggles (such as death etc.). When buddhists pass away they believe that their actions determine which of the 6 realms they will be born in