Type
Crossword
Description

Land along the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea that was home to the ancient Israelites. Canaan
The belief in one God Monotheism
A messenger sent by God to share God’s word with people Prophet
The first part of the Hebrew Bible that includes the Ten Commandments Torah
An agreement between God and his people Covenant
Ten rules given by God Ten Commandments
A social grouping in a traditional society because they have things in commoN Tribe
Being forced from one’s country or home Exile
A scattered population whose beginnings lies in a separate location Diaspora
A leader or savior of a particular group or cause Messiah
According to the Hebrew Bible, was the first king of the Kingdom of Israel and Judah. Saul
Second king of Israel, united Israel and made Jerusalem the capital David
King that built the first temple of Jerusalem Solomon
A Jewish religious leader who was thought to be God, himself, in Christianity Jesus

Ancient Israel Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The father of the Hebrews Abraham
Israels second king David
Ruth's mother in law Naomi
Ancestor of King David of Israel; Naomi is her mother in law Ruth
The migration of the Israelities from Egypt EXODUS
The first 5 holy books of the Hebrew Torah
Forced removal from ones homeland exile
The belief in only one God Monotheism
An agreement Covenant
A day of religious observance for the Jews sabbath

Ancient Israelites Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Abraham
Alphabet
Ark of the Covenant
Canaan
Covenant
David
Dead Sea
Deborah
Egypt
Empire
Goliath
Hebrew Bible
Israelites
Jacob
Jericho
Jerusalem
Jordan
Jordan River
Joshua
Judaism
Judges
Lebanon
Mediterranean Sea
Mesopotamia
Monotheism
Moses
Mount Sinai
Nebuchadnezzar
Nile River
Philistines
Phoenicians
Prophet
Red Sea
Saul
Solomon
Ten Commandments
Torah
Tribe
Tribute

Ancient Israelites Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Is described in the Hebrew Bible as the second king of the United Kingdom of Israel and Judah. David
Refers to the scattering of communities of Jews outside of their homeland after the Babylonian Captivity Diaspora
what forced the Israelites out of Canaan. Drought
the belief in one god Monotheism
laws that Moses received from god on Mount Sinai Torah
Persian king Cyrus
A kingdom built in 1000 B.C. by the Israelites that lies along the Mediterranean Sea in southwes Canaan
The king of the Chaldeans; captured the Jews Babylonian captivity Nebuchadnezzar
built a amazing stone temple in Jerusalem Solomon
someone constructed by god Phrophet
a day set aside for worship and rest Sabbath
a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea Israel
Twelve Tribes of Israel were known as Israelites
helped shape the basic moral laws of many nations TenCommandments
land on eastern Mediterranean region. Palestine
when many Jews were captured and forced into Babylon Babyloniancaptivity
A celebration by the Jewish people and beliefs that lasts eight days in the month of December, by lighting one candle per night in the celebration of the Maccabees in 165 B.C. Hanukkah
Indigenous people Chaldeans
in 722 B.C. conquered Israel and scattered the ten tribes Assyrians
The body of Jewish civil and ceremonial law made up of the ledgend of Mishnah and the Gemara Talmud

Ancient Israel Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Another name for the land of Israel Canaan
First King of Israel Saul
Built the first temple Solomon
Great warrior and King David
Capital city of Israel Jerusalem
Founder of Israel and Judaism Abraham
Led the Israelites out of Egypt Moses
Main laws of Israelites=the 10________________ commandments
Where the laws of Israelites are written Torah
Building used to worship a god temple
Name for the escape from Egypt Exodus
God of Israel Yahweh
Belief in only 1 god monotheism
Empires that destroyed the Northern Kingdom Assyrian
Land Abraham moved from Mesopotamia
Abraham's promise to Yahweh covenant

World History 1 Crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Great Seafaring traders Phoenicians
Learned how to smelt iron from ore Hittites
Abraham and the Hebrews were the first? monotheists
belief in one god monotheism
Led hebrews out of slavery Moses
Jewish holy book Torah
Holy city of Jews Jerusalem
Jews driven from homeland Exile
Scattering of the Jews Diaspora
Largest empire in the world Persian
Persian road known as Great ________ Road Royal
Early Monotheistic religion founded by Zoroaster Zoroastrianism
Also called nubia Kush
Longest river in Egypt Nile
In southwest Asia Mesopotamia
In Northeast Africa Egypt
In south Asia India
In east Asia China
Made of 12 independant city-states Sumer
First empire to arise in Mesopotamia Babylonia Empire

Judaism Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Day when Jewish people seek forgiveness or their sins. Yom Kippur
The first five books of the Jewish bible that explains Jewish history. Torah
Father of Judaism, founder of the Hebrew people. Abraham
Hebrew leader who led the Jewish people from Egypt and received the ten commandments. Moses
Coming of age ceremony , 12 or 13 years old. bar mitzvah
Ancient kings of Israel found in the Torah Saul David Solomon
A building where Jewish people will pray and celebrate important holidays. synagogue
A set of laws given to Moses by God. Ten Commandments
A group who believed in ending Roman rule over Israel. zealots
The first five books of the Jewish bible that explains Jewish history. Torah
Day when Jewish people seek forgiveness or their sins. Yom Kippur

Israelites Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the laws that make up the first part of the Hebrew Bible Torah
the first king of Israel and disobeyed God's commandments Saul
declared a king because of his bravery; united 12 Israelite tribes and defeated the Philistines David
became the Israelite king after King David (his father) died; built the first temple in Jerusalem Solomon
a messenger of God prophet
a wise saying proverb
an agreement with God commandment
the belief in one all-powerful, just, and personal God monotheism
Jews met to pray on a weekly day of worship and rest which was considered ____________ tradition
departure of Israelites from slavery in Egypt Exodus
an agreement with God is known as __________ covenant
God told this patriarch to journey to Canaan Abraham
his 12 sons became the leaders of the 12 tribes of Israel; his descendants were called Israelites Jacob
This patriarch led the Israelites out of slavery (Exodus). Who was he? Moses
Who led the Israelites after the death of Moses? Joshua
A reclaim of Canaan occurred with a victory at _______________ Jericho
A sacred song or poem used in worship Psalm
This group captured Jerusalem and made major changes Chaldeans
This group captured major cities in the kingdom of Israel Assyrians
Israelites called for a king to unite them against the ________ Philistines
10 Northern tribes founded a new kingdom called ______________ Israel
Spread of Jews and their customs and culture beyond the Jewish homeland is known as ____________ Diaspora
primary source documents showing that not all followers practiced Judaism Dead Sea Scrolls
these people worshiped gods and goddesses and divided into two groups called Phoenicians and Philistines Canaanites

An Introduction to Judaism Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Passover
Prayer
Pesach
Torah
Kosher
Judah
Yom Kippur
Worship
Promised Land
Law
Purim
Yiddish
Yahweh
Exodus
Exile
David
Covenant
Hanukkah
Ten Commandments
Talmud
Succoth
Shema
Shavuot
Shabbat
Ruth
Rosh Hashannah
Reform
Patriarch
Orthodox
Synagogue
Mount Sinai
Moses
Midrash
Menorah
Jew
Jerusalem
Israel
Isaac
Holocaust
Hebrew
Gentile
Faith
Judaism
Cantor
Candle
Brit Milah
Book
Bar Mitzvah
Ark
Amidah
Abraham
Rabbi

Learning About Judaism Word Search

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Word Search
Description

assyrians
abraham
babylon
ben zaccai
canaan
covenant
cyrus
david
diaspora
egypt
exile
exodus
greeks
israel
israelite
jerusalem
judaism
king
monotheism
moses
polytheism
rabbi
romans
solomon
synagogue
talmud
temple
torah
tradition
yavneh

Vocab jewish Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Belief in one god Monotheism
Beliefs about what is rightand wrong Ethics
First five books of the Hebrew bible Torah
Binding agreement Covenant
Escape of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt Exodus
An order to do something Commandment
Sacred writting Scriptures
Person believed tobe chosen by god to bring truth to the people Prophet
Jewish religious teacher Rabbi
Colection of oral teachings and commentaries about the Hebrew bible and Jewish law Talmud
Acting or living in a way that is ethically right and obeys Gods laws Righteousness
Fairness or fair treatment Justice
Weekly day of rest Sabbath
In the Hebrew bible, a leader who could rally the Israelites to defend their land Judge
Separation from one's homeland Exile