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Question 1: Within the area known as the Land of Israel and prior to the establishment of the Israelite civilization, the Land of Israel was politically dominated by Phoenician, ________, and Canaanite tribes.
PalestineDavidPhilistinesSea Peoples

Question 2: Eber, an ancestor of ________ (6 generations removed), is a distant ancestor of many people, including the Israelites, Ishmaelites, Edomites, Ammonites, Midianites, Qahtanite, and Moabites.
DavidJacobIsaacAbraham

Question 3: The terms "Hebrews" and "Israelites" usually describe the same people, called Hebrews before the conquest of the Land of ________ and Israelites afterwards.
Ancient historyQatnaCanaanPalestinian territories

Question 4: They are also the theological and historical ancestors of the ________.
Jewish ethnic divisionsSephardi JewsAntisemitismJews

Question 5: [4][5] Occasionally, "Hebrews" is used to designate the Jews, who use the ________ language.
Hebrew languageBiblical HebrewMishnaic HebrewSamaritan Hebrew language

Question 6: From Middle English Ebreu < Old French Ebreu < Latin Hebraeus or Hebraic < ________ Ἑβραῖος < Aramaic עברי ('ibrāy) < Hebrew עברי (ʿIḇrî), meaning to traverse or pass over.
Ancient GreekAeolic GreekAttic GreekDoric Greek

Question 7: Ancient Judaism, ________, Free Press, 1967, ISBN 0-02-934130-2
SocialismMax WeberKarl MarxAustrian School

Question 8: The Hebrews lived within the Land of Israel by at least the ________ and in addition to speaking Hebrew also spoke Canaanite languages and dialects, which played a role in the Hebrew languages.
3rd millennium BC2nd millennium BCAncient Near East13th century BC

Question 9: In the ________ and in current language, the word Hebrews is often used as a synonym for Israelites, and sometimes for the users of the Hebrew language (Jews and Israelis).
Christianity and JudaismNevi'imBiblical canonBible

Question 10: The word comes from the Latin Iudaeus meaning "from the ________".
Roman BritainDacia (Roman province)Iudaea ProvinceRoman Empire







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