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Unit 3 AP World Jeopardy . Christopher. Is . Jerk. Columbus. a. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. OG for 1. Narratives such as Marco Polo's created a European a. isolationist mentality. b. image of Mongol poverty. c.

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Unit 3

AP World Jeopardy

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Christopher

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Jerk

Columbus

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OG for 1

Narratives such as Marco Polo's created a European

a.

isolationist mentality.

b.

image of Mongol poverty.

c.

ambition to find easier routes to Asia.

d.

fear of Mongol contact.

e.

aversion to all things from Asia.

Check Your Answer

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OG for 1

c.

ambition to find easier routes to Asia.

Back to the Game Board

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OG for 2

The significant scientific discoveries of Islamic scholars were translated by

a.

Arabic scholars.

b.

Byzantine monks into Greek.

c.

Christian scholars in Spain.

d.

Indian scholars in Delhi.

e.

all of these.

Check Your Answer

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OG for 2

e.

all of these.

.

Back to the Game Board

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OG for 3

To demonstrate their rejection of the Mongols, the Ming emperors

a.

severed relations with the Middle East and Central Asia and closed the borders to foreigners.

b.

built the Great Wall of China and deported all Mongols.

c.

changed the official language from Mongolian to Chinese.

d.

marched all the Mongols to the Korean border.

e.

formed close ties with the Manchu instead.

Check Your Answer

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a.

severed relations with the Middle East and

Central Asia and closed the borders to

foreigners.

OG for 3

Back to the Game Board

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OG for 4

The Ming produced one of the most prized commercial products of Eurasia:

a.

green or ginseng ink.

b.

teakwood clocks.

c.

porcelain.

d.

opium

e.

wool.

Check Your Answer

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OG for 4

porcelain.

Back to the Game Board

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OG for 5

The spread of Islam to lands south of the Sahara came about through

a.

war.

b.

forced conversion.

c.

a gradual and peaceful process of conversion.

d.

the missionary efforts of the Arabs during the Umayyad Caliphate.

e.

the travels of IbnBattuta.

Check Your Answer

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OG for 5

c.

a gradual and peaceful process of conversion.

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Chuck for 1

Although the Delhi Sultanate had its problems, it did provide a

a.

reliable and safe water supply to the region.

b.

new irrigation system of qanats to the region.

c.

safe haven for religious exiles.

d.

centralized political authority to India.

e.

new unifying religion in the form of Islam.

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 1

d.

centralized political authority to India.

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Chuck for 2

The growth of metal working industries in the Middle Ages was due to

a.

watermills

b.

improved mining techniques from Central Europe

c.

blast furnaces

d.

new sources of metals

e.

all of these

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 2

e.

all of these

Back to the Game Board

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Chuck for 3

Which of the following is true of merchant banking in the fifteenth century?

a.

Jews were prohibited from moneylending for religious reasons.

b.

Florence lagged behind the rest of the Latin West.

c.

Checking accounts, shareholding companies, moneychanging, loans, and investments were offered as services.

d.

Services were only offered to the clergy.

e.

No money could be lent for the purpose of warfare in accordance with the Banker Agreement of 1499.

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 3

c.

Checking accounts, shareholding companies, moneychanging, loans, and investments were offered as services

Back to the Game Board

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Chuck for 4

Joan of Arc

a.

led the French to victory in a decisive battle during the Hundred Years War.

b.

brokered the English and French peace treaty, thus ending the Hundred Years War.

c.

became the queen of France during the Hundred Years War.

d.

was the only woman permitted to attend the University of Paris.

e.

founded the city of Orleans.

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 4

a.

led the French to victory in a decisive battle during the Hundred Years War.

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Chuck for 5

The greatest mariners of the Atlantic in the Early Middle Ages were

a.

Mongols.

b.

Ostrogoths.

c.

Celts.

d.

Vikings.

e.

Lombards.

Check Your Answer

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Chuck for 5

d.

Vikings.

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 1

The Portuguese contribution to shipbuilding technology was the creation of the

a.

dhow

b.

junk

c.

galleon

d.

trireme

e.

caravel

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 1

e.

caravel

.

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 2

The first Amerindians to contact the Spanish were the

a.

Aztecs.

b.

Arawaks.

c.

Maya.

d.

Incas.

e.

Cassava.

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 2

b.

Arawaks.

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 3

The Treaty of Tordesillas divided the New World between

a.

Islamic Africa and Christian America.

b.

Spain and China.

c.

Portugal and Malacca.

d.

Spain and Portugal.

e.

Spain and Genoa.

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 3

d.

Spain and Portugal.

Back to the Game Board

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Mansa Musa for 4

Prince Henry of Portugal was known as Henry the Navigator because

a.

he was the first person to round the Cape of Good Hope.

b.

he devoted his life to promoting exploration.

c.

he designed the compass.

d.

he discovered America.

e.

"navigator" means conqueror in Portuguese.

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 4

b.

he devoted his life to promoting exploration.

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Mansa Musa for 5

The Chinese treasure ships of Zheng He carried

a.

people and animals as settlers for far-flung colonies.

b.

silk, metals, and other valuable booty as gifts for distant rulers.

c.

soldiers to fight the Japanese pirates in the Sea of Japan.

d.

balsa wood for buoyancy.

e.

salted fish.

Check Your Answer

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Mansa Musa for 5

b.

silk, metals, and other valuable booty as gifts for distant rulers.

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

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Serf for 4

d.

The patronage of wealthy merchants and prelates

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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

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Serf for 5

a.

Muslims

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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

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for 2

b.

Portugal and Spain

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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

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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

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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.

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