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Unit 3 AP World Jeopardy . Intentional Biological Warfare is Genius. I’m on a Dhow And it’s going Fast and…. Let’s Make It Viking Day! . Mongols are Tougher than Chuck Norris & Calista Gingrich’s Hair. Fleas on Rats, Fleas on Rats. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 3. 3.

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Unit 3

AP World Jeopardy

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Intentional

Biological

Warfare is

Genius

I’m on a Dhow

And it’s going

Fast and…

Let’s Make

It Viking

Day!

Mongols are

Tougher than Chuck Norris & Calista Gingrich’s Hair

Fleas on Rats, Fleas on Rats

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OG for 1

What economic problems did Russia see during the time of Mongol domination?

a.

overzealous tax collection by Russian princes

b.

the burden of taxation carried by the peasantry.

c.

the attempt to introduce paper money by the Mongols.

d.

direct exchange of goods rather than purchases in currency.

e.

all of these.

Check Your Answer

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OG for 1

e.

all of these.

Back to the Game Board

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OG for 2

One effect of the rise of cities in Yuan China was

a.

the increasing influence of Mandarin.

b.

the rise of a class of educated holy men.

c.

the decline of the prestige of the warrior class.

d.

improved nutrition of the urban population.

e.

an interest in trade for the first time in China.

Check Your Answer

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OG for 2

a.

the increasing influence of Mandarin.

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Back to the Game Board

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OG for 3

Which of the following did the Europeans not learn about from the Mongols?

a.

Porcelain

b.

Movable type and bronze cannon

c.

Gunpowder and high-temperature metallurgy

d.

Coal mining and higher mathematics

e.

Diplomatic passports

Check Your Answer

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a.

Porcelain

OG for 3

Back to the Game Board

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OG for 4

The Russian prince who advocated cooperation with the Mongols to avoid destructive assimilation was

a.

Alexander Nevskii.

b.

Dmitri Donskoi.

c.

Ivan III.

d.

Vladimir the Viking.

e.

GrigoriiPreobrazhenskii.

Check Your Answer

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OG for 4

a.

Alexander Nevskii.

Back to the Game Board

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OG for 5

Apparently envisioning himself as a new Genghis Khan, this ruler attacked the Muslim sultanate of Delhi in 1398:

a.

Jagadai

b.

Ghazan

c.

Timur

d.

Juvaini

e.

Hülegü

Check Your Answer

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OG for 5

c.

Timur (a.k.a. Tamerlane)

Back to the Game Board

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Chuck for 1

To maintain control of vast areas, the Mongols formed different khanates. The Golden Horde ruled over

a.

Russia.

b.

Japan.

c.

China.

d.

India.

e.

Korea.

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 1

a.

Russia.

Back to the Game Board

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Chuck for 2

After rejection by his family for the title of Great Khan, Khubilai formed

a.

the Golden Horde

b.

the Central Asian Khanate

c.

Il-Khan Empire of Iran

d.

the Yuan Empire

e.

he was assassinated by political rivals.

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 2

d.

the Yuan Empire

Back to the Game Board

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Chuck for 3

Benefits of Mongol rule in the Yuan Empire included all of the following EXCEPT

a.

secure trade routes

b.

transition to tax farming instead of fixed rate method

c.

exchange of technical expertise between the East and West

d.

transmission of knowledge and skills

e.

all of these

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 3

b.

transition to tax farming instead of fixed rate method

Back to the Game Board

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Chuck for 4

In 1295, the Il-khan ruler Ghazan converted to which religion?

a.

Islam

b.

Judaism

c.

Christianity

d.

Buddhism

e.

Shinto

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 4

a.

Islam

Back to the Game Board

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Chuck for 5

The first Mongol conquests under Genghis Khan were in

a.

Central Asia, the Middle East, and Russia.

b.

Japan and Korea.

c.

China.

d.

Egypt.

e.

Annam.

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 5

c.

China.

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 1

The rainy and dry seasons in the Indian Ocean reflect the influence of

a.

the monsoons.

b.

the jet stream.

c.

the Gulf Stream.

d.

"El Niño".

e.

the Himalayas.

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 1

a.

the monsoons.

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 2

The most significant factor contributing to agriculture in the Delhi Sultanate was

a.

slave labor on sugar plantations.

b.

a switch to the three-field crop rotation system.

c.

the use of swidden agricultural practices.

d.

extensive irrigation canals.

e.

staple crops, including cucumbers and melons.

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 2

d.

extensive irrigation canals.

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 3

What caused the collapse of the empire of Great Zimbabwe?

a.

monsoon flooding

b.

conquest by Christian Ethiopians

c.

deforestation and cattle overgrazing

d.

prolonged drought that killed agriculture

e.

The order of Sultan MuhammedibnTughluq that the city be abandoned

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 3

c.

deforestation and cattle overgrazing

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 4

Because of the trade through the Strait of Malacca, Malacca became an important port and

a.

the focus of the annual Buddhist pilgrimage.

b.

a meeting place for traders from around the Eurasian world.

c.

replaced Madagascar as the most important slave-trading port.

d.

became one of the most homogeneous cities in Southeast Asia.

e.

became known as the "Asian Tiger."

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 4

b.

a meeting place for traders from around the Eurasian world.

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 5

The spread of Islam into India was different from that in Africa because

a.

it allowed coexistence of indigenous religions and temples.

b.

it was done largely by force and removed many Hindu and Buddhist temples.

c.

Islam never really took off in India.

d.

African regions converted for the sole reason of trade.

e.

it was easier because there were no tribes and everyone spoke the same language.

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 5

b.

it was done largely by force and removed many Hindu and Buddhist temples.

Back to the Game Board

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Serf for 1

By the time it subsided, the Black Death had killed

a.

one out of three western Europeans.

b.

one out of five western Europeans.

c.

one out of ten western Europeans.

d.

one out of twenty western Europeans.

e.

a negligible number of western Europeans.

Check Your Answer

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Serf for 1

a.

one out of three western Europeans.

Check Your Answer

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Serfs for 2

The predominant city for trade with the Far East during the Middle Ages was:

a.

Paris

b.

London

c.

Flanders

d.

Venice

e.

Barcelona

Back to the Game Board

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Serfs for 2

d.

Venice

Back to the Game Board

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Serfs for 3

The two new religious orders in the 13th century that lent themselves to teaching were:

a.

Benedictines and Cappucines.

b.

Ursine and Jesuit

c.

Dominican and Franciscans

d.

Carmelites and Cistercians

e.

Augustinian and Josephite

CheckYourAnswer

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Serf for 3

c.

Dominican and Franciscans

Back to the Game Board

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Serf for 4

Which of the following fostered artistic growth in the Renaissance?

a.

The ability of the average person to afford art

b.

The war against the Muslims, in which many Muslim artists and artwork were captured

c.

The "artistic tax" by which part of every salary was used to support museums

d.

The patronage of wealthy merchants and prelates

e.

Universal education

Check Your Answer

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Serf for 4

d.

The patronage of wealthy merchants and prelates

Back to the Game Board

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Serf for 5

Spain\'s "reconquest" and political consolidation excluded which group?

a.

Muslims

b.

Protestants

c.

Peasants

d.

Slaves

e.

Africans

Check Your Answer

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Serf for 5

a.

Muslims

Back to the Game Board

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for 1

Why did the Ming court suspend the voyages of Zheng He?

a.

The Chinese had suffered great epidemics from their contacts in the Indian Ocean.

b.

Zheng He\'s fleet was sunk by Portuguese naval might.

c.

The government believed that little could be gained by exploring.

d.

The unpredictable weather of the Indian Ocean made these voyages too unsafe.

e.

Zheng He used the fleet to lead a revolution against the Ming emperor.

Check Your Answer

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for 1

c.

The government believed that little could be gained by exploring.

.

Back to the Game Board

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for 2

What two nations began a maritime revolution that profoundly altered the course of world history?

a.

England and France

b.

Portugal and Spain

c.

Germany and Russia

d.

China and Japan

e.

Greece and Italy

Check Your Answer

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for 2

b.

Portugal and Spain

Back to the Game Board

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for 3

Why didn\'t the Italian states take a lead in exploring the Atlantic?

a.

Italy lacked warm water access and seafaring technology.

b.

The ships of the Mediterranean were ill suited to the Atlantic.

c.

The trading states of Venice and Genoa preferred a system of alliances with the Muslims.

d.

Both A and B

e.

Both B and C

Check Your Answer

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for 3

e.

Both B and C

Back to the Game Board

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for 4

Two important navigational technologies, the magnetic compass and the astrolabe,

a.

were invented by Henry the Navigator.

b.

were invented by Columbus.

c.

were of Italian origin.

d.

were held by an exclusive English patent.

e.

were of Chinese and Arab or Greek origin, respectively.

.

Check Your Answer

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for 4

e.

were of Chinese and Arab or Greek origin, respectively

Back to the Game Board

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for5

The Portuguese base in China was at

a.

Beijing.

b.

Yuan.

c.

Macao.

d.

Cambaluc.

e.

Dien Bien Phu.

Check Your Answer

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for 5

c.

Macao.

Back to the Game Board

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