FINAL JEOPARDY. 100 Points Question: These people were the first wave of Africans brought to Spain and Portugal They learned European languages and worked. Alternately they were sent by their parents to learn more about European culture. Answer: Atlantic Creoles. 200 Points
Question: These people were the first wave of Africans brought to Spain and Portugal They learned European languages and worked. Alternately they were sent by their parents to learn more about European culture.
Answer: Atlantic Creoles
Question: Captive Africans were taken from the interior of Africa by
Question: African leaders rented __________ to Portuguese as a marketplace to sell luxury goods like carved ivory, gold and salt.
Question: Enslaved people sent to sugar plantations in the Mediterranean before the 1500s were from
Answer: Central and/or Eastern Europe
Question: Formerlya popular port city to disembark captive Africans, ___________ is called “the Ellis Island of African Americans”
Answer: Charleston, South Carolina
Question: As soldiers returned to Europe after war in the Middle East, they brought back ________ which changed international relations forever.
Question: The word “slave” comes from sklavosthe medieval Latin word for _________.
Question: The __________ was a series of wars fought for control of Jerusalem by Christian and Muslim forces.
Question: The ___________ was the process of Spanish and Portuguese removing Almoravidsfrom the Iberian peninsula.
Question: __________________ is the accepted number of captive Africans taken from Africa and brought to the New World over 450 years.
Answer: Eleven million
Question: “Dancing the slaves” was a practice aboard slavers where depressed and traumatized people were forced to exercise to ward off what ships’ crews called _________.
Answer: “fixed melancholy”.
Question: Before discovery of the New World, sugar was grown on this island of the Mediterranean.
Question: This portal exiting a slave castle was named _________ because no captive Africans who went through it came back.
Answer: “The Door of No Return”
Question: Sugar cultivation had its original origins in
Answer: Southwest Asia
Question: The oldest slave castle on the western coast of Africa is a structure called ___________ or Portuguese for “the mine”.
Answer: Elmina (El Mina)
Question: __________ was a method of stowing people aboard slavers that forced the highest number of captive Africans aboard without regard to human safety.
Answer: Tight packing
Question: European slavers carried on a __________ that began with the transport of European goods to the African continent for captive Africans, and finally to the New World for raw goods.
Answer: Triangle Trade
Question: Many people aboard slavers died of ___________ the early modern term for dysentery.
Answer: “bloody flux”
Question: Portugal pioneered navigation of the west coast of Africa by using ____________, small ships created based the Arab dhow.
Question: Profits from the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and the sale of sugar and tobacco were invested in England and helped fund the __________ a, time of modernization and introduction of machines to English manufacturing.
Answer: Industrial Revolution
Question: Captive Africans were stored in ___________, carved into the stone below slave castles.
Question: This Portuguese prince pioneered New World and African exploration.
Answer: Prince Henry the Navigator
Question: The captive African’s trip across the Atlantic was called
Answer: The Middle Passage
Question: The _______ Coast was the first place in continental Africa the Portuguese arrived.
Question: This mechanism used by ships’ crews opened a captive African’s mouth wide enough to force food down his or her throat.
Answer: speculum oris
Question: After captive Africans were kidnapped they were walked in ___________, a group of other captive Africans to the Western Coast. .
Question: These ships carried captive Africans between the Old World and the New World.
Question: This former captive African, enslaved man and later, abolitionist, wrote his autobiography detailing the horrors of the Middle Passage.
Question: Once captive Africans had arrived at slave castles, as they waited to be inspected by European traders, they were held in __________, or temporary barracks.
Question: Captive Africans who arrived in the West Indies were subjected to a period of __________ where they learned basic English, received European names, were taught how to do their tasks.
Question: Captive Africans brought to the British North American colonies were sold in a method where potential buyers rushed into a pen to purchase them called a _________.