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Where did human ancestors walk upright about 3 to 4 million years ago?. A. Nile River Valley B. Eastern Asia C. Western Europe D. Eastern Africa Answer . Human ancestors known as Homo Sapiens emerged between –. A. 1 billion to 5 billion years ago B. 1 million to 4 million years ago

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Where did human ancestors walk upright about 3 to 4 million years ago l.jpg

Where did human ancestors walk upright about 3 to 4 million years ago?

A. Nile River Valley

B. Eastern Asia

C. Western Europe

D. Eastern Africa

Answer


Human ancestors known as homo sapiens emerged between l.jpg
Human ancestors known as Homo Sapiens emerged between – years ago?

A. 1 billion to 5 billion years ago

B.1 million to 4 million years ago

C. 100, 000 to 400,000 years ago

D. 25,000 to 1,000 years ago

Answer


Which of the following best describes the migration of homo sapiens l.jpg
Which of the following best describes the migration of Homo Sapiens?

A.Africa to Eurasia, Australia, and the Americas

B.Africa to India, Australia, and the Americas

C.Europe to Africa, Australia, and the Americas

D. Australia to Africa, Eurasia, and the Americas

Answer


Which of the following is not a method used by archaeologists to study early peoples l.jpg
Which of the following is not a method used by archaeologists to study early peoples?

A.Locate human remains

B.Analyze fossils and artifacts

C.Use scientific testing such as carbon dating

D.Rely on folklore and historical novels

Answer


During the new stone age people learned to do all of the following except l.jpg
During the New Stone Age, people learned to do all of the following except –

A. Grow crops

B. Make cloth

C. Read and write

D. Domesticate animals

Answer


Old stone age people moved from place to place in order to find l.jpg
Old Stone Age people moved from place to place in order to find –

A. Pastures for their herds

B. Places to build cities

C. Fertile farmland

D. New food supplies

Answer


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Early humans were able to survive in a harsh environment because –

A. They traveled individually

B. They created primitive tools

C. They stayed mobile, with no base camp

D. They had highly developed brains

Answer


Which map projection is most used by airline pilots l.jpg
Which map projection is most used by airline pilots’? because –

A. Mercator

B. Interrupted

C. Robinson

D. Polar

Answer


Lines that run vertically from north to south used to locate places on a map are lines of l.jpg
Lines that run vertically from north to south used to locate places on a map are lines of –

A. Longitude

B. Place

C. Latitude

D. Projections

Answer


Lines that run from east to west used to locate places on a map are lines of l.jpg
Lines that run from east to west used to locate places on a map are lines of –

A. Direction

B. Latitude

C. Longitude

D. Place

Answer


The early writings of the egyptians using pictures to stand for objects was called l.jpg
The early writings of the Egyptians using pictures to stand for objects was called—

A. Cuneiform

B. Alphabetic

C. Clay tablet

D. Hieroglyphics

Answer


The sumerian writing system of wedge shaped markings is called l.jpg
The Sumerian writing system of wedge – shaped markings is called—

A. Cuneiform

B. Alphabetic

C. Clay tablets

D. Hieroglyphics

Answer


The ancient egyptian civilization was located on the l.jpg
The ancient Egyptian civilization was located on the – is called—

A. Ganges in Asia

B. Nile in Africa

C. Hwang He in Asia

D. Congo in Africa

Answer


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Which of the following is not a characteristic of a civilization?

A. Writing and record keeping

B. Specialized workers

C. Nomadic hunters and gatherers

D. Cities

Answer


In early societies leadership was often provided by l.jpg
In early societies, leadership was often provided by – civilization?

A. Priests

B. Craftsmen

C. Artisans

D. Farmers

Answer


The phoenicians improved upon hieroglyphics and cuneiform to create l.jpg
The Phoenicians improved upon hieroglyphics and cuneiform to create—

A. The alphabet

B. The number system

C. The standing loom

D. The first maps

Answer


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Where did the first cities emerge? create—

A. Along trade routes

B. In river valleys

C. Along the Mediterranean coast

D. In the Americas

Answer


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“If the Nile smells the earth is joyous, every stomach is full of rejoicing.” This quotation from an ancient Egyptian hymn shows that the Egyptians regarded the Nile as the –

A. Source of all their troubles

B. Main highway connecting Upper and Lower Egypt

C. Barrier that protected them from foreign attack

D. Geographic feature that made agriculture possible

Answer


Which of the following is a true statement about the pharaohs l.jpg
Which of the following is a true statement about the pharaohs?

A. They were believed to be sons of the god Osiris

B. Their power was limited by Egyptian law

C. They owned and controlled all of the land in Egypt

D. Only men could rule in Egypt

Answer


The fertile crescent extended from the l.jpg
The Fertile Crescent extended from the – pharaohs?

A. Pacific Ocean to the Yellow River

B. Red Sea to the Nile Delta

C. Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea

D. Bay of Bengal to the Indus River

Answer


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One important difference between the Hebrews and other people of ancient Middle East was that they (the Hebrews) –

A. Believed in the principle of “an eye for an eye”

B. Were monotheistic

C. Migrated into the Jordan River Valley

D. Built a massive temple

Answer


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Hammurabi’s code was a major achievement because it – people of ancient Middle East was that they (the Hebrews) –

A. Was a record of all existing laws

B. Treated citizens and slaves as equals

C. Ended all physical punishment

D. Rejected the principle of “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth”

Answer


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Which ancient civilization was most known for this structure?

A. Babylonia

B. Rome

C. Egypt

D. Greece

Answer


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Read the excerpt from the book of Genesis and answer the questions that follow

“I will give you many descendants, and some of them will be kings. You will have so many descendants that they will become nations…. I will keep my promise to you and your descendants in the future generations as an everlasting covenant. I will be the god and the god of your descendants.”

From this passage, there is evidence to support that the Hebrew became—

A. Atheist

B. Agnostic

C. Polytheistic

D. Monotheistic

Answer


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  • Below are laws from the Hammurabi’s Code. Read the code and answer the following questions.

    21. If a man make a breach in [breaks into] a house, they shall put him to death in front of that breach, and they shall bury him there.

    25. If a fire breaks out in a man’s house and a man who goes to extinguish it cast his eye on the household property of the owner of the house, that man shall be thrown into the fire.

    26. If either an officer or a constable who is ordered to go on an errand of the king do not go, or if he hire a substitute and he carry out his task, that officer or constable shall be put to death. His hired substitute shall take himself his house.

    128. If a man takes a wife and do not draw up a contact with her, that woman is not a wife.


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What do laws 21 and 25 tell you about the importance Babylonians placed on household property?

A. Little importance

B. Great importance

C. No importance

D. Cannot be answered from this reading

Answer


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What law indicated that a legal contract was necessary between husband and wife?

A. 21

B. 25

C. 26

D. 128

Answer


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What law suggests that the power of the king was absolute? between husband and wife?

A. 21

B. 25

C. 26

D. 128

Answer


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What was the penalty for disobeying the king? between husband and wife?

A. Death

B. Exile

C. Imprisonment

D. Enslavement

Answer


About 1500 bc the aryans traveled through hindu kush mountains to invade l.jpg
About 1500 BC, the Aryans traveled through Hindu Kush Mountains to invade—

A. Eastern Europe

B. The Indus River Valley

C. The Deccan Plateau

D. East Asia

Answer


Which of the following mountain ranges formed a barrier across northern india l.jpg
Which of the following mountain ranges formed a barrier across northern India?

A. Vindhyas

B. Eastern Ghats

C. Western Ghats

D. Himalayas

Answer


The first indian civilization developed in the l.jpg
The first Indian civilization developed in the – across northern India?

A. Deccan Plateau

B. Indus River Valley

C. Ganges River Valley

D. Hindu Kush

Answer


Hinduism developed out of the l.jpg
Hinduism developed out of the – across northern India?

A. Buddhist tradition

B. Teachings of Vishnu

C. Religious beliefs of the Aryans

D. Zoroastrian tradition

Answer


Hindus believe that the cycle of reincarnation continues for an individual soul until l.jpg
Hindus believe that the cycle of reincarnation continues for an individual soul until—

A. All souls reach perfection

B. The end of the world

C. The god Shiva returns to reward the good and punish the wicked

D. That soul achieve moksha or union with Brahman

Answer


To learn about the basic beliefs of buddhism a scholar would study l.jpg
To learn about the basic beliefs of Buddhism, a scholar would study—

A. The Vedas and Upanishads

B. The collected writings of Confucius

C. The Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path

D. The Way and its Power

Answer


The emperor asoka s most lasting achievement was l.jpg
The emperor Asoka’s most lasting achievement was – would study—

A. Conquering Kalinga

B. Encouraging the spread of Buddhism

C. Writing a code of ethics for doctors

D. Uniting the Gupta Empire

Answer


Which of the following was not a characteristic of the aryan social system l.jpg
Which of the following was would study—not a characteristic of the Aryan social system?

A. The system was composed of four major classes

B. People could move freely from one group to another

C. Certain duties were assigned to each group

D. Each large group was composed of smaller groups based on occupation

Answer


Which of the following was not a characteristic of the gupta empire l.jpg
Which of the following was would study—not a characteristic of the Gupta Empire?

A. Achievements in mathematics and literature

B. New textiles

C. Support for Christianity

D. Movement of ideas to other countries

Answer


When the aryan and indian culture blended what religion resulted l.jpg
When the Aryan and Indian culture blended, what religion resulted?

A. Vedic

B. Buddhism

C. Hinduism

D. Christianity

Answer


The figure shown above represents which major world religion l.jpg
The figure shown above represents resulted?which major world religion?

A. Christianity

B. Buddhism

C. Islam

D. Hinduism

Answer


The figure pictured above represents what religion l.jpg
The figure pictured above represents what religion? resulted?

A. Shinto

B. Christianity

C. Hinduism

D. Judaism

Answer


The zhou claimed they were given the mandate of heaven which meant l.jpg
The Zhou claimed they were given the Mandate of Heaven, which meant—

A. The Zhou people would go straight to heaven if they died

B. They could establish a feudalism system without asking a high priest.

C. They had the approval of the gods to rule.

D. They could communicate with the gods by using dragon bones.

Answer


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Where did the first civilization in China develop? which meant—

A. In Manchuria

B. Along the Yangtze River

C. Along the Hwang He

D. In the foothills of the Himalayas

Answer


Confucius was most concerned with l.jpg
Confucius was most concerned with – which meant—

A. Teaching a code of moral conduct

B. Increasing the power of the emperor

C. Abolishing social classes

D. Showing people how to reach nirvana

Answer


The great wall of china was built to protect china from invasion by l.jpg
The Great Wall of China was built to protect China from invasion by –

A. Huns

B. Nomadic tribes

C. Japanese samurai

D. Russian Cossacks

Answer


Candidates for the chinese civil service needed a thorough knowledge of l.jpg
Candidates for the Chinese civil service needed a thorough knowledge of—

A. Science and mathematics

B. The Confucian classics

C. The teachings of Buddha

D. World Geography

Answer


Who was the founder of the taoist system of thought practiced in ancient china l.jpg
Who was the founder of the Taoist system of thought practiced in Ancient China?

A. Laozi

B. Sima Quian

C. Emperor Wudi

D. King Yu

Answer


Taoism was most concerned with l.jpg
Taoism was most concerned with – practiced in Ancient China?

A. Family relationships

B. The individual in society

C. The individual in harmony with nature

D. Social order and structure

Answer


Which of the following was not a contribution of the tang dynasty to the golden age of china l.jpg
Which of the following was not a contribution of the Tang dynasty to the Golden Age of China?

A. Development of printing

B. Encouragement of literature

C. Development of Shintoism

D. Influencing of Korea and Japan

Answer


Which of the following connected china to the western world and rome l.jpg
Which of the following connected China to the Western World and Rome?

A. Grand Canal

B. Suez Canal

C. South China Road

D. Silk Road

Answer


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Which two religions were introduced to Japan from China? and Rome?

A. Buddhism and Shintoism

B. Hinduism and Buddhism

C. Confucianism and Hinduism

D. Buddhism and Confucianism

Answer


The state religion of early japan that venerated worshipped the emperor was l.jpg
The state religion of early Japan that venerated (worshipped) the emperor was—

A. Zen Buddhism

B. Buddhism

C. Shintoism

D. Confucianism

Answer


What structure is shown l.jpg
What structure is shown? (worshipped) the emperor was—

A. Great Wall

B Appian Way

C. Silk Road

D. Roman aqueduct

Answer


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What structure is shown? (worshipped) the emperor was—

A. Mosque

B. Pagoda

C. Cathedral

D. Ziggurat

Answer


The mountainous land in greece encouraged the greeks to l.jpg
The mountainous land in Greece encouraged the Greeks to— (worshipped) the emperor was—

A. Adopt the Phoenician alphabet

B. Live in a small isolated communities

C. Worship the goddess Athena

D. Follow a peaceful way of life

Answer


Ancient greece was located between the aegean sea and the l.jpg
Ancient Greece was located between the Aegean Sea and the

A. Black Sea

B. Red Sea

C. Atlantic Ocean

D. Mediterranean Sea

Answer


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Which of the following was a positive impact of the location of Ancient Greece?

A. It promoted unity among all Greeks

B. It provided protection from invasion by sea

C. It promoted contacts trade and exchange of ideas

D. It provided a direct sea route to China

Answer


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What was the impact of poor farmland on Ancient Greece? of Ancient Greece?

A. The Greeks began to colonize land outside Greece

B. The Greeks were constantly invaded by migrants from the Fertile Crescent

C. The Greeks were forced to irrigate the deserts

D. The Greeks attacked the Macedonians

Answer


The greek myths were important because these stories explained l.jpg
The Greek myths were important because these stories explained—

A. The coming of the Dark Ages to Greece

B. The creation of the universe and the mysteries of nature

C. The adventure of Spartans

D. The growth of the Greek dynasty and empire

Answer


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What products were traded by the Greek city-states with their colonies?

A. Pottery for cotton and wine

B. Wine and olives for grain

C. Wool for cheese and dairy products

D. Iron weapons for seafood

Answer


The ancient greeks developed each of the following forms of government except l.jpg
The ancient Greeks developed each of the following forms of government except—

A. Democracy

B. Aristocracy

C. Monarchy

D. Theocracy

Answer


The first athenian law code was drawn up by l.jpg
The first Athenian law code was drawn up by – government except—

A. Pericles

B. Poseidon

C. Xerxes

D. Draco

Answer


A form of government in which there is rule by a small group of nobles is called l.jpg
A form of government in which there is rule by a small group of nobles is called—

A. Monarchy

B. Aristocracy

C. Tyranny

D. Democracy

Answer


The government in which power lies in the hands of all citizens is l.jpg
The government in which power lies in the hands of all citizens is—

A. A democracy

B. An oligarchy

C. A polis

D. A tyranny

Answer


A greek city state and the surrounding villages and fields was called l.jpg
A Greek city- state and the surrounding villages and fields was called—

A. A polis

B. An acropolis

C. The Parthenon

D. A helot

Answer


An immediate result of the persian wars was that athens l.jpg
An immediate result of the Persian Wars was that Athens— was called—

A. Became part of the Persian Empire

B. Lost control of the Delian League

C. Abandoned plans to conquer Sparta

D. Emerged as the leading Greek city- state

Answer


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After what war did Pericles rebuild Athens? was called—

A. Pelloponnesian

B. Persian

C. Spartan

D. Salamis

Answer


What organization was formed after the persian wars by athens as a defense against external enemies l.jpg
What organization was formed after the Persian Wars by Athens as a defense against external enemies?

A. Delian League

B. Spartan /Athens League

C. Peloponnesian League

D. Macedonian League

Answer


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“I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked….”This advice to physicians comes from the teachings of –

a. Pythagoras

b. Thales

c. Archimedes

d. Hippocrates

Answer


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The sculptor who carved the statue of Athena for the Parthenon was—

a. Plato

b. Phidias

c. Aristophanes

d. Euclid

Answer


The parthenon at athens is an example of greek innovation in l.jpg
The Parthenon at Athens is an example of Greek innovation in—

a. Philosophy

b. Theater

c. Architecture

d. Painting

Answer


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Which leader helped spread Greek civilization across the ancient Middle East?

a.Pericles

b. Augustus

c. Xerxes

d. Alexander

Answer


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Alexander the Great conquered an empire that stretched from—

a. Macedonia to Greece

b. Greece to Asia Minor

c. Egypt to Persia

d. Greece to the Indus Valley

Answer


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  • Read the excerpt and answer the following questions: from—

  • “Our constitution is called a democracy because power is in the hands not of a minority but of the whole people. When it is a question of putting one person before another in positions of public responsibility, what counts is not a membership of a particular class, but the ability the man possesses.”


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What type of government does Pericles state that Athens has? from—

a. Republic

b. Democracy

c. Dictatorship

d. Monarchy

Answer


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In Athens, according to the passage, what is more important than a person’s position in society?

a. Where they live

b. Who their family is

c. Their religious beliefs

d. Their abilities

Answer


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The laws in Athens regarding private disputes— than a person’s position in society?

a. Maintained that everyone was equal before the law

b. Stated that people were guilty until proven innocent

c. The wealthy could buy justice

d. The politicians could not be charged in a private suit

Answer


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Which ancient civilization was most known for than a person’s position in society?

This type of structure?

a. Babylonia

b. China

c. Egypt

d. Greece

Answer


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Which of the following provided protection for ancient Rome from northern invaders?

a. Sicily

b. Italian Plains

c. Alps

d. Carthage

Answer


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The religions of Ancient Romans can best be described as – from northern invaders?

a. Atheism

b. Deism

c. Monotheism

d. Polytheism

Answer


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Which of the following was not a Roman god or goddess? from northern invaders?

a. Zeus

b. Jupiter

c. Apollo

d. Mars

Answer


The romans adopted the gods of the but gave them roman names l.jpg
The Romans adopted the gods of the ___________, but gave them Roman names.

a. Greeks

b. Etruscans

c. Latins

d. Gauls

Answer


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Roman law is important to us today because – them Roman names.

a. It shows why the empire finally fell apart

b. It was extremely harsh and unfair to conquered peoples

c. It did not protect the rights of people accused of crimes

d. It developed ideas of justice that are the basis of our legal system

Answer


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The Twelve Tables of Law were significant because they— them Roman names.

a. Provided Rome with its first written law code

b. Allowed Roman women to divorce their husbands

c. Made Rome a republic

d. Allowed Plebeians to serve in the Senate

Answer


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Rome added an important new idea to the law by— them Roman names.

a. Recognizing that women had equal rights with men

b. Allowing judges to write their own law codes

  • Unifying all of its laws into the Twelve Tables

  • Considering an accused person innocent until proven guilty

    Answer


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The majority of the population consisting of landowners, townspeople, merchants, and small farmers were called—

a. Consuls

b. Plebeians

c. Patricians

d. Tribunes

Answer


The term for the two leaders elected by the senate to serve rome for one year was l.jpg
The term for the two leaders elected by the Senate to serve Rome for one year was—

a. Tribune

b. Dictator

c. Consul

d. Mercenary

Answer


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Northern African state that fought three wars against Rome—

a. Spartacus

b. Rubicon

c. Carthage

d. Punic

Answer


What was the name of the general who invaded italy in 218 b c with an army and 60 elephants l.jpg
What was the name of the general who invaded Italy in 218 B.C. with an army and 60 elephants?

a. Hannibal

b. Caesar

c. Sulla

d. Tiberius

Answer


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The cheap grain and many slaves that were sent to Rome during the wars of expansion caused problems for—

a. Small farmers

b. Wealthy plebeians

c. Large landowners

d. Praetors

Answer


The roman leader that ked the rome in the conquest of gaul and the british isles was l.jpg
The Roman leader that ked the Rome in the conquest of Gaul and the British Isles was—

a. Julius Caesar

b. Pompey

c. Augustus Caesar

d. Hannibale

Answer


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Which of the following was not a reason for the decline of the Roman Republic?

a. Devaluation of Roman currency

b. Civil wars over power

c. Unemployment and migration of small farmers to the cities

d. Decline in slavery damaging the agricultural system

Answer


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The first Roman to rule the Roman state as an empire, not a republic, was –

a. Marc Antony

b. Augustus

c. Brutus

d. Tiberius

Answer


The pax romana can be considered the golden age of rome because it was a time when rome l.jpg
The Pax Romana can be considered the Golden Age of Rome because it was a time when Rome—

a. Won control of Italy

b. Enjoyed stable government

c. Was ruled by generals

d. Adopted a democratic form of government

Answer


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Which of the following was not an economic impact of the Pax Romana?

a. Developed a uniform rule of law

b. Established a uniform system of money

c. Guaranteed safe travel and trade

d. Promoted prosperity and stability

Answer


Apostles and missionaries played an important role in early christianity because they l.jpg
Apostles and missionaries played an important role in early Christianity because they—

a. Were the first popes

b. Wrote the Nicene Creed

c. Stopped the persecution begun by Nero

d. Established and carried Christian teachings to all

Answer


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Early Christianity appealed to many because it— Christianity because they—

a. Called for an end to the Roman Empire

b. Recognized all people as equal before God

c. Allowed people to follow mystery religions

d. Allowed women to become bishops

Answer


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Which of the following is not part of Christian beliefs? Christianity because they—

a. Belief in one God

b. Belief in many gods

c. Jesus as the Son of God

d. Life after death

Answer


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Which of the following is not part of Judaism? Christianity because they—

a. God’s covenant with his chosen people

b. Ten Commandments

c. New Testament

d. Belief in one God

Answer


As christianity developed the leadership of the church was assumed by the l.jpg
As Christianity developed, the leadership of the Church was assumed by the –

a. Roman emperor

b. Bishop of Alexandria

c. Council of Nicaea

d. Bishop of Rome

Answer


Unlike followers of other religions in the roman empire christians l.jpg
Unlike followers of other religions in the Roman Empire, Christians—

a. Were not tolerated by the government

b. Believed in a vengeful god

c. Worshipped the emperor

d. Rejected the idea of miracles

Answer


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One of the greatest accomplishments of Roman engineering was—

a. The designs for columns

b. Inventing the Etruscan arch

c. The Aqueduct

d. The works of Galen

Answer


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The author of the Aeneid was – was—

a. Cicero

b. Tacitus

c. Virgil

d. Horace

Answer


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The Greek scholar who developed the scientific theory that the earth was the center of the universe was—

a. Ptolemy

b. Galen

c. Virgil

d. Livy

Answer


Romance languages of europe such as french and spanish were derived from l.jpg
Romance languages of Europe such as French and Spanish were derived from—

a. Greek

b. Egyptian

c. Etruscan

d. Latin

Answer


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All of the following were factors in the fall of the Roman Empire except—

a. Economic decline

b. Political instability caused by ineffective emperors

c. Invasions of Germanic tribes

d. The stoic philosophy of Marcus Aurelius

Answer


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Historians date the fall of the Roman Empire back to – Empire except—

a. 44 b.c.

b. 122 a.d.

c. 284 a.d.

d. 476 a.d.

Answer


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Identify this Roman structure. Empire except—

a. Pantheon

b. Constantine’s Arch

c. Forum

d. Colosseum

Answer


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This symbol represents what religion? Empire except—

a. Shinto

b. Christianity

c. Hinduism

d. Judaism

Answer


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The capital of the Byzantine Empire was— Empire except—

a. Constantinople

b. Baghdad

c. Damascus

d. Rome

Answer


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Which religion was adopted by the Russians in the tenth century?

a. Byzantine Christianity

b. Islam

c. Judaism

d. Roman Christianity

Answer


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Kievan Russia was strongly influenced by the culture of— century?

a. Islam

b. The Byzantine Empire

c. The Ottoman Turks

d. Persia

Answer


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Justinian’s Code was a major achievement because it preserved –

a. Middle Eastern works on science

b. Classical Greek plays

c. Early Christian writing

d. Roman law

Answer


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Which of the following are true statements about the church of the Byzantine Empire?

I. The emperor was the head of the Church in the Byzantine Empire

II.Greek was the language of the Byzantine Church

III. The clergy were considered state officials.

IV. Byzantine priests like the clergy in Western Europe could not marry.

a. I only

b. I, II, and III

c. III and IV

d. II,III, and IV

Answer


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Saint Cyril and Methodius were known as Apostles to the Slavs because they—

a. Taught the Slavs to speak Greek

b. Helped the Slavs overthrow the Mongols

c. Converted many Slavs into Christianity

d. Translated the Slavic Bible into Latin

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Which of the following statements best explains why Constantinople is advantageously located?

a. It is situated on a crossroad between Europe and Asia

b. It is located in the Byzantine Empire

c. It lies across from the Ottoman empire

d. It is near to the Sea of Marmara

Answer


Which of the following rulers was responsible for building hagia sophia l.jpg
Which of the following rulers was responsible for building Hagia Sophia?

a. Constantine

b. Justinian

c. Ivan III

d. Muhammad II

Answer


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The capital of the Byzantine Empire was located— Hagia Sophia?

A. On the Italian peninsula

B. On the Caspian Sea in southern Russia

C. On a peninsula on the Bosporus Strait

D. In the eastern Mediterranean Sea

Answer


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Justinian is best remembered for his achievements in the field of—

A. Law

B. Religion

C. Art

D. Literature

Answer


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How did the Church in the Byzantine Empire and the Church in Western Europe differ?

A. The head of the Byzantine Church had great political power

B. Church services in Western Europe were conducted ion Greek

C. Byzantine emperors refused to accept the authority of the Pope

D. Byzantine Christians were polytheists

Answer


A representation of jesus mary or a saint common in byzantine art was known as l.jpg
A representation of Jesus, Mary, or a saint, common in Byzantine art, was known as—

A. Boyars

B. An icon

C. A patriarch

D. An image

Answer


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Which two cities were headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and the eastern Orthodox Church?

A. Constantinople and Kiev

B. Rome and Kiev

C. Athens and Constantinople

D. Rome and Constantinople

Answer


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A mosaic is a – Church and the eastern Orthodox Church?

A. Design formed from tiny pieces of colored glass and stone

B. Religious image often painted on wood

C. Style of arch common in Byzantine architecture

D. Weapons developed by the Seljuk Turks

Answer


The byzantine cathedral called the church of holy wisdom was the l.jpg
The Byzantine cathedral, called the “Church of Holy Wisdom” was the—

A. Boyars

B. Hagia Sofia

C. Taj Majal

D. Vatican

Answer


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What led Constantine to choose the site of Constantinople for his capital?

A. Easy access to Rome and Western Europe

B. Natural protection from attack and major trade route

C. An established Turkish population and religion

D. Rich farm land and major river routes

Answer


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Which of the following is true of Byzantine art? for his capital?

A. Only clergy are shown

B. Landscape is the primary focus

C. Mosaics were popular art forms

D. Simple designs with little color were preferred

Answer


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The birthplace of Islam was— for his capital?

A. The Fertile Crescent

B. The Arabian Peninsula

C. Asia Minor

D. North Africa

Answer


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God’s word to Mohammed known as the sacred book of Islam is—

A. The Tale of Genji

B. The Old Testament

C. The Diamond Sutra

D. The Quran

Answer


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According to the Five Pillars of Islam, the first duty of all Muslims is—

A. Belief in afterlife

B. Belief in one God

C. Pilgrimage to Mecca

D. Loyalty to Muhammad

Answer


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The most important part of Islam is belief in— all Muslims is—

A. An afterlife

B. The necessity of living a moral life

C. Reincarnation

D. One God

Answer


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Who were the People of the Book? all Muslims is—

A. Muslims

B. Sunni Muslims

C. Jews and Christians

D. Eastern Orthodox Christians

Answer


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A major contribution of scholars from the Islamic Empire was--

A. Inventing the decimal system

B. Studying the Koran

C. Preserving much of the learning of the ancient Greek world

D. Inventing the Cyrilbetlic alpha

Answer


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All of the following are among the Five Pillars of Islam except –

A. The duty to worship Muhammad as a god

B. The duty to give alms

C. The duty of fasting during Ramadan

D. The duty of making a pilgrimage to Mecca

Answer


Muslims considered the quran the greatest written work in arabic mainly because it l.jpg
Muslims considered the Quran the greatest written work in Arabic mainly because it—

A. Told the life of Muhammad

B. Established a system of law

C. Protected the People of the Book

D. Was believed to be the word of God

Answer


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Which of the following beliefs is held by Muslims, Jews, and Christians?

A. Belief in reincarnation

B. Belief in Jesus as the messiah

C. Belief in one God

D. Belief in Muhammad

Answer


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The split between Sunni and Shiite Muslims began with disagreement over—

A. The choice of a caliph

B. A belief in one God

C. Acceptance of the Quran

D. The required pilgrimage to Mecca

Answer


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Which of the following words best describes Muslim trade? disagreement over—

A. Extensive

B. Restricted

C. Forbidden

D. Unsuccessful

Answer


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According to the Five Pillars of Islam, every Muslim must— disagreement over—

A. Read the Bible

B. Give alms

C. Belief in many gods

D. Obey official priests

Answer


The economic prosperity of the islamic empire was due largely to l.jpg
The economic prosperity of the Islamic Empire was due largely to—

A. The development of a manor economy

B. The spoils of war

C. Trade and commerce

D. The manufacture of steel swords

Answer


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Which of the following issues caused a division within Islam?

A. Belief in one God

B. Respect for the Quran

C. Requirement of making the hajj to Mecca

D. Choice of a successor to Muhammad

Answer


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According to Islam, who is the last great prophet? Islam?

A. Jesus

B. Ali

C. Mohammad

D. Moses

Answer


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Which of the following was not a great center or capital of Islam empires?

A. Tours

B. Mecca

C. Damascus

D. Baghdad

Answer


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Unlike the Shiites, Sunni Muslims— Islam empires?

A. Accepted the rule of the Umayyads

B. Did not participate in jihads

C. Did not accept the rule by any man who was not a direct descendant of Mohammed

D. Believed Mecca was a holy city

Answer


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At its height, the Muslim empire included all of the following except—

A. Persia

B. North Africa

C. Spain

D. Italy

Answer


The holy book of judaism is the l.jpg
The holy book of Judaism is the— following except—

A. Quran

B. Torah

C. New Testament

D. Gospels

Answer


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Muslim armies were stopped in their advances in Europe at— following except—

A. Mecca

B. Medina

C. Cairo

D. Tours

Answer


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What happened to the Muslim Empire in the 10th century when its power began to fade?

A. Conquered by the Byzantines and Persians

B. Split into caliphates or separate states

C. Defeat by the Tamerlane

D. Overrun by the Monguls from Russia

Answer


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The land area between the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf is— its power began to fade?

A. The Balkan Peninsula

B. The Arabian Peninsula

C. Mostly fertile farmland

D. Entirely covered by sand dunes

Answer


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Where was the Aztec civilization? its power began to fade?

A. Along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico

B. Central Mexico

C. In the Andes

D. On Peru’s Pacific coast

Answer


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The Maya religious centers were located on— its power began to fade?

A. The Florida peninsula

B. Islands in the Gulf of Mexico

C. Mexico and Central America

D. The East Coast of what is now Brazil

Answer


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Mayans developed an accurate solar calendar so they could— its power began to fade?

A. Plant crops at the proper time

B. Hold religious ceremonies at the correct moment

C. Build pyramids on schedule

D. Record historical events

Answer


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Which of the following best described the Mayan government? its power began to fade?

A. Each city state had its own ruling chief

B. Only men could rule

C. A king ruled over the entire Mayan empire

D. The emperor claimed divine power

Answer


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In about 1600 B.C., the Nubians established the kingdom of—

A. Nok

B. Kush

C. Aksum

D. Ophir

Answer


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The main export of the African kingdom of Ghana was— of—

A. Salt

B. Slaves

C. Gold

D. Diamonds

Answer


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Trade helped spread ideas, as well as goods, throughout all of Africa. An example of this is the number of African people who adopted—

A. Islamic ideas and customs

B. The principles of Christianity

C. The technique of preserving food with salts

D. Systems of courts and judges

Answer


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Ghana acquired wealth and power because of — of Africa. An example of this is the number of African people who adopted—

A. Islamic laws

B. Willingness to travel by caravan

C. Elegant trading style

D. Location between the salt mines and the gold mines

Answer


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What African kingdom conquered Egypt in the eighth century B.C.?

A. Kush

B. Axum

C. Ghana

D. Mali

Answer


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The feudal contract was an arrangement by which a – B.C.?

A. Lord pledged to obey his vassal

B. Vassal became a knight

C. Vassal agreed to follow the code of chivalry

D. Lord and vassal both agreed to certain obligations

Answer


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All of the following were obligations of serfs except— B.C.?

A. Paying rent on the land they farmed

B. Repairing the lord’s castle

C. Providing 40 days of military service

D. Working on the lord’s lands

Answer


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An example of self – sufficiency on a manor would be— B.C.?

A. Leaving one field unplowed in each year

B. Buying salt from a wandering trader

C. The Great Clearing

D. Spinning wool into cloth

Answer


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Feudalism became a complex system because— B.C.?

A. Feudal kings had absolute power

B. Vassals often owed loyalty to more than one lord

C. Vassals had to contribute to their lord’s ransom

D. Knights wore heavy suits of armor

Answer


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The manor economy was based on— B.C.?

A. Trade among many villages

B. Farming and self sufficiency

C. Metal working

D. Herding and weaving

Answer


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The reason of the feudal system developed was a need for— B.C.?

A. Protection from invaders

B. Manors for food

C. Churches for religion

D. Emperor to rule

Answer


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Charlemagne revived learning by— B.C.?

A. Establishing Aachen as his capital

B. Sending royal officials to check on nobles

C. Inviting scholars to his court

D. Making Greek the language of the Church

Answer


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Charlemagne revived learning by— B.C.?

A. Establishing Aachen as his capital

B. Sending royal officials to check on nobles

C. Inviting scholars to his court

D. Making Greek the language of the Church

Answer


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An important impact of the crowning of Charlemagne as Emperor by the Pope in 800 A.D. was—

A. It established the power of the Church in political life

B. It made the pope a co-emperor

C. It ended the Roman Empire

D. It led to greater expansion into Italy

Answer


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The invasions of Europe in the 8oos and 900s put political power into the hands of—

A. Kings

B. The Roman Emperor

C. The Priests

D. Strong local lords

Answer


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After the death of Charlemagne, Europe was invaded by all of the following except—

A. Vikings

B. Magyars

C. Huns

D. Muslims

Answer


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As a result of the Treaty of Verdun, Charlemagne’s empire was—

A. Conquered by Muslim invaders

B. Divided among his grandsons

C. Given to the king of England

D. Put under Church control

Answer


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The term that best describes Europe’s political system after the breakup of Charlemagne’s empire is—

A. Monarchy

B. Knighthood

C. Manorialism

D. Feudalism

Answer


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The invaders that settled in England were the— after the breakup of Charlemagne’s empire is—

A. French and Normans

B. Germans and Huns

C. Angles and Saxons

D. Latins and Greeks

Answer


The catholic church taught that the way to achieve salvation was l.jpg
The Catholic church taught that the way to achieve salvation was

A. To join a religious order

B. To study the Bible

C. Through the seven sacraments

D. Through carrying out one’s obligations to one’s lord

Answer


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Some monasteries helped improve life for people in the Middle Ages by—

A. Opposing the feudal system

B. Giving land to peasants

C. Supporting the work of Inquisition

D. Providing care for the sick and homeless

Answer


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The leading institution in medieval society was the – Middle Ages by—

A. Roman legal system

B. Christian church

C. Monarchy

D. Family

Answer


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Which of the following was important in carrying the Latin alphabet and the Christian faith to the German tribes?

A. Troubadours

B. Missionaries

C. Heretics

D. Knights

Answer


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Which of the following was not a role of the monasteries in the Middle Ages?

A. Elect new popes and church officials

B. Preserve Greco-Roman culture in libraries

C. Reproduce illuminated manuscripts

D. Provide shelter for travelers

Answer


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The Hindu belief in the rebirth of the soul in another bodily form is called –

A. Reincarnation

B. Stupa

C. Filial piety

D. Shiva

Answer


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Hindus believed that caste could only be changed by – bodily form is called –

A. The Emperor

B. Marriage

C. The law of Karma

D. Moving

Answer


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Which of the following is bodily form is called –not associated with Judaism?

A. Torah

B. Yarmulke

C. Ten Commandments

D. Koran

Answer


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According to the Jewish faith, the term for “a savior sent by God” is –

A. Mercenary

B. Martyr

C. Patrician

D. Messiah

Answer


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One way in which the Eightfold Path and the Five Pillars of Islamic Faith are similar is that these rules –

A. Represent codes of behavior

B. Restrict social mobility

C. Stress the spiritual being in all natural objects

D. Show a deep respect for reincarnation

Answer


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Which of the following traditions do Hindus and Buddhists share?

A. The caste system

B. Belief in many gods

C. Formal rituals

D. Nonviolence

Answer


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Which of the following is share?not associated with the Islamic religion?

A. Ramadan

B. Mecca

C. Easter

D. Jihad

Answer


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The religion that began in India and then spread to China is

A. Christianity

B. Buddhism

C. Hinduism

D. Islam

Answer


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Which of the following is –not a monotheistic faith?

A. Islam

B. Christianity

C. Judaism

D. Hinduism

Answer


The religion of islam was founded in this middle eastern country l.jpg
The religion of Islam was founded in this Middle Eastern country –

A. Egypt

B. Iran

C. Saudi Arabia

D. Iraq

Answer


The agreement between god and abraham is called the l.jpg
The agreement between God and Abraham is called the – country –

A. Contract

B. Covenant

C. Binder

D. Understanding

Answer


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Which description best describes the caste system? country –

A. Three main castes with different faces of each

B. One main caste and many smaller castes

C. Four main castes with many sub-castes

D. Two big castes with no subdivisions

Answer


The indo european people that invaded india and founded the caste system were named the l.jpg
The Indo-European people that invaded India and founded the caste system were named the –

A. Hebrews

B. Aryans

C. Muslims

D. Hindus

Answer


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Siddhartha Gautama came to be known as – caste system were named the –

A. Brahma

B. Vishnu

C. The Messiah

D. The Buddha

Answer


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The Buddhist goal of life is to achieve – caste system were named the –

A. Moksha

B. Karma

C. Nirvana

D. Salvation

Answer


Your religious and moral duty as a hindu or buddhist is also known as l.jpg
Your religious and moral duty as a Hindu or Buddhist is also known as –

A. Karma

B. Dharma

C. Moksha

D. Job

Answer


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Jews believe that one should live a moral life and presume that after death –

A. You go to heaven

B. You are released from the wheel of life

C. They do not presume to know what will happen

D. Your spirit is reborn

Answer


The word christ comes from the greek word that means l.jpg
The word that after death –Christ comes from the Greek word that means –

A. King

B. Holy

C. Messiah

D. Blessed one

Answer


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Polytheism is the belief in that after death –

A. One god

B. Many gods

C. No gods

D. None of the above

Answer


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Abraham was the leader of the – that after death –

A. Christians

B. Muslims

C. Hebrews

D. Hindus

Answer


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Which of the following is not a former name for the area now known as Israel is

A. Palestine

B. Judea

C. Canaan

D. Jerusalem

Answer


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The first Roman emperor to embrace Christianity was known as Israel is

A. Tiberius

B. Marcus Aurelius

C. Diocletian

D. Constantine

Answer


The main source of information about the life of jesus of nazareth comes from l.jpg
The main source of information about the life of Jesus of Nazareth comes from –

A. The Nicene creed

B. Augustine’s book, City of God

C. The Epistles of the Christian Bible

D. The Gospels of the Christian Bible

Answer


Hindus believe that is the good and bad deeds that a person engages in over one or more lifetimes l.jpg
Hindus believe that _____ is the good and bad deeds that a person engages in over one or more lifetimes.

a. Moksha

b. Samsara

c. Dharma

d. Karma

Answer


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The circumstances of a Hindu’s life are determined by – person engages in over one or more lifetimes.

A. Caste

B. Weather

C. Priests

D. Buddha

Answer


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The Buddhist heightened state of understanding, which is available to anyone who pursues it long enough, is called –

A. Illumination

B. Enlightenment

C. Moksha

D. Meditation

Answer


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The state of perfect contentment that results from perfect understanding and frees a Buddhist from all suffering is–

A. Meditation

B. Salvation

C. Moksha

D. Nirvana

Answer


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The three main Hindu gods are – understanding and frees a Buddhist from all suffering is–

A. Brahma, Yahweh, and Allah

B. Allah, Jesus, and Abraham

C. Karma, Dharma, and Moksha

D. Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva

Answer


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According to the Torah, the first covenant between God and the Hebrew people involved an agreement that –

A. The Hebrew people would obey the ten commandments

B. God would protect the Hebrews during their exodus from Egypt

C. The twelve tribes of Israel would unify into the kingdom of Israel

D. God would bless Abraham and his descendants, and they would be faithful

Answer


The symbol for judaism is known as the l.jpg
The symbol for Judaism is known as the – the Hebrew people involved an agreement that –

A. Cross

B. Star and Crescent

C. Mogen David

D. Wheel

Answer


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The forcing of Jews from their home and into exile is known as the –

A. Movement

B. Diaspora

C. Migration

D. Spread

Answer


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In early Christianity, the bishop of _____ was considered the Pope, the leader of the entire Christian church.

A. Constantinople

B. Rome

C. Mecca

D. Jerusalem

Answer


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Jesus’ twelve disciples came to be known as the – the Pope, the leader of the entire Christian church.

A. Zealots

B. Clergy

C. Apostles

D. Epistles

Answer


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The first pope of the Christian church is considered to be

A. Paul

B. Peter

C. Jesus

D. Constantine

Answer


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The Christian leader _____ wrote letters to that formed the Epistles to groups of believers.

A. Paul

B. Peter

C. Jesus

D. Constantine

Answer


Which of the following is not writing related to the hindu religion l.jpg
Which of the following is not writing related to the Hindu religion –

A. Vedas

B. Upanishads

C. Mahabrata

D. Sutras

Answer


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According to Hinduism, the creator of the world is – religion –

A. Shiva

B. Vishnu

C. Brahma

D. Samudra

Answer


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Which of the following is religion –not a method of spreading religious beliefs:

A. Conquest

B. Cultural Interaction

C. Meditation

Answer


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Jihad is defined within the Muslim faith as – religion –

A. A call to war

B. A call to Mosque

C. The effort of a good Muslim to preserve his community

D. The effort of a good Muslim to enlarge his community.

Answer


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Before Mohammed preached the existence of only one God, the Arabian peninsula was populated by all the following except –

A. Bedouin polytheistic idol worshipers

B. Nomadic Pastoralists

C. Traders

D. Muslims

Answer


The jewish leader who led his people out of bondage in egypt was l.jpg
The Jewish leader who led his people out of bondage in Egypt was –

A. Jesus

B. Abraham

C. Moses

D. David

Answer


Christian salvation is achieved through l.jpg
Christian salvation is achieved through – was –

A. Meditation

B. The Five Pillars

C. Faith and good works

D. Reincarnation

Answer


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Which of the following is was –not a sect of the Christian church?

A. Protestant

B. Sunni

C. Catholic

D. Greek Orthodox

Answer


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The Five Pillars refer to – was –

A. The Islamic guide to salvation

B. The Christian guide to salvation

C. The Jewish guide to salvation

D. The Buddhist guide to salvation

Answer


This concept divides the world into two powers the masculine and the feminine l.jpg
This concept divides the world into two powers, the masculine and the feminine.

A. Confucianism

B. Daoism

C. Legalism

D. Shintoism

Answer


The english translation of dao or tao is l.jpg
The English translation of Dao (or Tao) is – masculine and the feminine.

A. The way

B. The light

C. The man

D. The Analects

Answer


The golden rule is attributed to the teachings of l.jpg
The Golden Rule is attributed to the teachings of – masculine and the feminine.

A. Confucius

B. Jesus

C. Shi Huangdi

D. Brahma

Answer


The birthplace of the concept of yin and yang is l.jpg
The birthplace of the concept of Yin and Yang is – masculine and the feminine.

A. India

B. Africa

C. China

D. The Arabian Peninsula

Answer


The torii gate is an architectural symbol of which religion l.jpg
The Torii gate is an architectural symbol of which religion? masculine and the feminine.

A. Confucianism

B. Legalism

C. Shintoism

D. Daoism

Answer


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In the Shinto religion, the Emperor of Japan is – masculine and the feminine.

A. Chosen from among the people

B. A descendant of the sun goddess

C. The tallest Japanese citizen

D. Blond-haired and blue- eyed

Answer


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Confucius believed that social order, harmony, and good government could be restored if society were centered around five basic –

A. Values

B. Golden rules

C. Relationships

D. Social classes

Answer


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Filial Piety is also known as – government could be restored if society were centered around five basic –

A. Respect for parents

B. Respect for the emperor

C. Respect for law

D. Respect for government

Answer


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The Confucian idea of _______ led to the establishment of civil service exams.

A. Heredity rule

B. Rock, scissors, paper

C. Democracy

D. Rule by an educated elite

Answer


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The Confucian scholar who recorded the teachings of Confucius was named –

A. Shi Huangdi

B. Lao Zi

C. Mencius

D. Cleophalencius

Answer


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Legalism is the belief in – Confucius was named –

A. Strict laws and harsh punishment

B. Filial piety and hereditary rule

C. Natural gods and the Torii gate

D. Rule by the people

Answer


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Stories that explain the origin of man are known as – Confucius was named –

A. The Great Beginning

B. Creationist stories

C. The unknown

D. Artifacts

Answer


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Monotheism is the belief in ____ god(s). Confucius was named –

A. No

B. Many

C. One

D. Three

Answer


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Polytheism is the belief in _____ god(s). Confucius was named –

A. No

B. Many

C. One

D. Three

Answer


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Where would a tribe of polytheistic idol worshippers Confucius was named –not likely to be living?

A. Northern Russia

B. Australia

C. Africa

D. California

Answer


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The gods of various local tribes generally explain - Confucius was named –

A. Natural Phenomena

B. Animal patterns

C. Seed knowledge

D. Psychophenomena

Answer


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Buddhism was spread throughout Asia through a trade route known as the ---

A. Big Road

B. Silk Road

C. Silk Route

D. The Great Path

Answer


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The Hindu Gods Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva represent --- (in order)

A. Destruction, Creation, and Preservation

B. Creation, Preservation, and Destruction

C. Preservation, Destruction, and Creation

D. Creation, Destruction, and Preservation

Answer


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A follower of the Islamic faith would be called a - order)

A. Buddhist

B. Muslim

C. Christian

D. Hindu

Answer


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A tribe of Nomadic Pastorals would– order)

A. Preach the word of god

B. Lives in villages and raises livestock

C. Move frequently and raise livestock

D. Grow crops

Answer


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Excerpt 1: Samuel P. Huntington, order)The Clash of Civilizations?, Foreign Affairs, summer 1993.

It is my hypothesis that the fundamental source of conflict in this new world will not be primarily ideological or primarily economic. The great divisions among humankind and the dominating source of conflict will be cultural. Nation states will remain the most powerful actors in world affairs, but the principal conflicts of global politics will occur between nations and groups of different civilizations. The clash of civilizations will dominate global politics. The fault lines between civilizations will be the battle lines of the future.

A. How does this author’s hypothesis apply to the conflict in the Southwest Asia?

B. Why is there conflict in Southwest Asia?

Answer to yourself


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Excerpt 2: Mohammed gives choices to the leader of a Christian Arab tribe.Believe or else pay tribute (money) …obey the Lord and his Apostle (Mohammed), and he will defend you….But if ye oppose and displease them…I will fight against you and take captive your little ones and slay the elder….

A. What must Christians do to live in Muslim territory but not convert to Islam?

B. What will happen to the Christians if they do not do what Mohammed demands?

Answer to yourself


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Explain each of the Five Pillars of Islam. Christian Arab tribe.

  • Pillar 1

  • Pillar 2

  • Pillar 3

  • Pillar 4

  • Pillar 5


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