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1In the 1200s BC the Israelite leader Moses rallied his people and led them out of Egypt in an g exodus 2The Phoenicians were organized into a j confederation of independent city-states along the coast of northern Canaan 3Israelite h prophets condemned abuses in society and urged people not to forget their duties to God and to one another 4Persian kings appointed a number of f satraps to govern the provinces of the Persian Empire 5Jewish communities existing outside of their homeland have become known as the i Diaspora after a Greek word meaning scattered Reviewing Facts 1 PhoeniciansKing DavidAssyriansKing Darius Citiestowns along the coast became known as city-statesRuled all the Israelite tribesDavidic MonarchyStrong military military campaigns spread across MesopotamiaDivided empire into provinces The city-states were organized into a confederationNamed a capital city JerusalemEmpire divded into provincesOne governor ruled each province satraps The mother land governed the city-states primarilyOrganized a central governmentOne governor headed each provinceLocal customs were respected diverse empire Taxes were paid by citizens for military fundsTaxes were collected 2Aramaic came to be spoken throughout the Fertile Crescent because Aramaen caravans often crossed the Fertile Crescent on business Therefore the people of the region learned the Aramaens language Aramaic 3The Phoenicians introduced things to business and trade such as bills of sale and contracts An advantage that Phoenician merchants held over their competitors was the Phoenician alphabet With this alphabet the Phoenicians could keep track of complex business deals 4The Israelites interpreted and applied monotheism through their strong belief in one all-powerful God whose messages were revealed through prophets The Israelites believed that the one God determined right and wrong and expected people to deal justly with each other 5The Israelites came into conflicts with the Philistines and the Canaanites but primarily the Assyrians the Chaldeans and the Persians 6Deborah attacked a Canaanite army near Mount Tabor Deborahs plan worked and the Israelites settled in Canaan that was Deborahs
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