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AP World Review Class II. Please take one of each handout and sign in . 1450 CE – 1750 CE. Complete 1-20. Question #1 = B. The gunpowder nations were: the Russian, Ming, Qing, Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires All of the empires were in Asia (Russia = Eurasia) Land based.

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ap world review class ii

AP World Review Class II

Please take one of each handout and sign in 

1450 ce 1750 ce

1450 CE – 1750 CE

Complete 1-20

question 1 b
Question #1 = B
  • The gunpowder nations were: the Russian, Ming, Qing, Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires
  • All of the empires were in Asia (Russia = Eurasia)
  • Land based.
question 2 a
Question #2 = A
  • Han is the only choice from the 1st periodization.
  • All the other choices are from 1450-1750.
  • Like Sesame Street: ONE OF THESE THINGS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHER!
question 3 d
Question #3 = D
  • Sikhism blends the ideas of the Five Pillars as well as the Hindu concepts of karma, dharma and reincarnation.
question 4 b
Question #4 = B
  • The Portuguese rounded the Cape of Good Hope, navigator Vasco Da Gama was the first to set up trade.
question 5 a
Question #5 = A
  • Not every Muslim Empire was ruled by Sunnis.
  • Safavid = Shia
question 6 d
Question #6 = D
  • Hegemony = control, supremacy
question 7 c
Question #7 = C
  • Treaty of Tordesillas -> the Pope had to control competition between the Portuguese and the Spanish.
  • Pope has an invested interest in the land, CATHOLIC CHURCH wants the POWER.
  • Pope settled disputes by creating an imaginary line that split South America in two.

(con’t)

question 7 c1
Question #7 = C
  • Edict of Nantes = Huguenots
  • Treaty of Westphalia = Ends Thirty Years War
  • Treaty of Paris = Ended the French and Indian War
question 12 d
Question #12 = D
  • Dhow
    • A lateen-rigged ship with one or two masts, used in the Indian Ocean.
question 13 a
Question #13 = A
  • The Spanish did not have the largest army.
  • The Columbian Exchange truly allowed the Spanish to dominate.
questions 15 c and 16 d
Questions #15 (C) and #16 (D)
  • The Taj Mahal was built between 1632 and 1649 by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a mausoleum for his wife who died during childbirth.
question 17 d
Question# 17 = D
  • Manchus take over the Ming
  • Manchus = Qing
questions 18 d
Questions #18 = D
  • Edo = Tokyo today
  • This practice controlled the daiymos and Shoguns.
  • Alternate attendance was required (daimyos couldn\'t raise an army financially without the Shogun).
questions 21 c
Questions #21 = C
  • This choice is the only one that makes sense for the time period!
  • Look at the dates associated with the questions.
question 22 d
Question #22 = D
  • England and France were able to create centralized governments because….Renaissance, Reformation, Exploration
    • Think in terms of Periodization!!!!
question 23 d
Question #23 = D
  • France is the only choice that practiced DIVINE RIGHT.
  • This was a really really really long quote in order to simply say the monarch took the place of GOD.
question 25 c
Question #25 = C
  • Sola Scriptura = faith alone!
  • Martin Luther felt that the church ignored this.
questions 26 a
Questions #26 = A
  • The English defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588 illustrates the end of Spanish dominance.
question 27 d
Question #27 = D
  • Heliocentric = sun centered
  • Geocentric = earth centered
questions 28 d
Questions #28 = D
  • The Chinese lost their opportunity to emerge as a world trading power and Europe emerged.
questions 29 b
Questions #29 = B
  • Coercive labor systems = slavery
  • Northern colonies did not practice slavery in the Americas.
questions 30 a
Questions #30 = A
  • Requires you to know the encomienda system.
  • Peninsulares were people of pure European blood.
  • Creoles were the Spanish elite.
  • Mestizos were part Spanish and part Amerindian.
  • Mulattoes were part African and Spanish.
questions 32 b
Questions #32 = B
  • Only crops that are native to the New World
questions 33 c
Questions #33 = C
  • Females were more in demand on the trans-Saharan trade routes because the wealthy men in the Muslim Empires bought them as concubines or household servants for their harems.
question 34 d
Question #34 = D
  • Stay away from American History!
  • Sugar is the most important in the Atlantic Slave Trade as far as the Caribbean is concerned.
  • History of the world in 6 glasses!
ccot 2008
CCOT 2008
  • Analyze the changes and continuities in commerce in the Indian Ocean region from 650 CE to 1750 CE.
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