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Wipeout! Review. Where did humans originate from 100,000 to 400,000 years ago? Africa North America Fertile Crescent Europe. Great Job!. Where was not a place early humans migrated to? Americas Eurasia Europe Antarctica. Great Job!.

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slide2

Where did humans originate from 100,000 to 400,000 years ago?

  • Africa
  • North America
  • Fertile Crescent
  • Europe
slide5

Where was not a place early humans migrated to?

  • Americas
  • Eurasia
  • Europe
  • Antarctica
slide8

What was the movement patterns of early humans determined by ?

  • Religious practices
  • Language development
  • Tribal wars
  • Animal migration
slide11

Which of the following is not a characteristic of the Paleolithic Era?

  • Invented the first tools
  • Learned how to make fire
  • Made pottery
  • Developed oral language
slide14

Which of the following is not a characteristic of the Neolithic Era?

  • Developed agriculture
  • Created “cave art”
  • Domesticated animals
  • Developed weaving skills
slide17

The development of different types of housing by Early Man was the result of ________.

  • Adaptation to the environment
  • Social structure
  • Religious beliefs
  • Contact with other cultures
slide20

What is the most accurate tool for determining the age of an artifact?

Hydrogen dating

Other artifacts found near by

Layer of earth the artifact was found in

Carbon dating

slide26

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Episode 1 Part I

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slide27

Which of the following civilizations was founded around the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers?

  • Chinese civilization
  • Indian civilization
  • Egyptian civilization
  • Mesopotamian civilization
slide30

Which of the following civilizations was founded around the Nile River?

Indian civilization

Mesopotamian civilization

Chinese civilization

Egyptian civilization

slide33

Which of the following civilizations was founded around the Indus River?

  • Indian civilization
  • Chinese civilization
  • Egyptian civilization
  • Mesopotamian civilization
slide36

Which of the following civilizations was founded around the Haung He and Yangtze Rivers?

  • Chinese civilization
  • Indian civilization
  • Mesopotamian civilization
  • Egyptian civilization
slide39

Which of the following was not a benefit of the location of Ancient River Valleys?

Rich soil

Protection

Far from Germanic invaders

Irrigation water for agriculture

slide42

What determined the succession of rulers in Ancient River Valleys?

  • Popularity
  • Ability and knowledge
  • Slavery
  • Hereditary
slide45

Which of the following was the location of one of the earliest known permanent settlements?

  • Zimbabwe between the Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers
  • ChichénItzá on the Yucatan Peninsula
  • Mesopotamia between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers
  • Constantinople on the straits to the Black Sea
slide48

What type of religion was practiced by most early civilizations?

  • Christianity
  • Polytheism
  • Monotheism
  • Hinduism
slide51

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Which civilization was the first to develop a monotheistic religion?

  • Chinese
  • Egyptians
  • Phoenicians
  • Hebrews
slide58

What term refers to the followers of Judaism who live outside of Israel?

  • Pilgrimage
  • Exile
  • Diaspora
  • Monotheism
slide64

What was the earliest written symbols?

  • Alphabet
  • Cuneiform
  • Hieroglyphics
  • Pictograms
slide67

Which civilization created Hieroglyphics?

  • Sumer
  • Egypt
  • Early man
  • Phoenicia
slide70

Which civilization created the Alphabet?

  • Aztec
  • Indian
  • Chinese
  • Phoenicia
slide73

What religion was practiced by the Persians?

  • Hinduism
  • Zoroastrianism
  • Buddhism
  • Christianity
slide76

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Which of the following characteristics was not associated with the Persian Empire?

  • Tolerance of conquered peoples
  • Development of an imperial bureaucracy
  • Strict caste system
  • Construction of road system
slide80

Which of the following physical barriers did not make invasion into India difficult?

  • Himalayas
  • Hindu Kush
  • Iberian Peninsula
  • Indian Ocean
slide83

What system influenced all social interactions and choices of occupations in Ancient India?

  • Barrier system
  • Bicameral system
  • Political system
  • Caste system
slide86

Which of the following empires migrated to India and asserted a caste system?

  • Harappas
  • Mauryans
  • Aryans
  • Guptas
slide89

Which group of empires established free hospitals, veterinary clinics, and spread Buddhism throughout India?

  • Harappa Empire
  • Aryan Empire
  • Gupta Empire
  • Mauryan Empire
slide92

Which of the following empires is considered the golden age of classical Indian culture?

  • Gupta Empire
  • Mauryan Empire
  • Aryan Empire
  • Harappa Empire
slide95

Indo-Aryan people invaded the Indian subcontinent creating a _______ that blended with _______.

  • caste system native beliefs
  • political system social beliefs
  • economic system political beliefs
  • military system religious beliefs
slide98

What is the major religion of India?

  • Christianity
  • Hinduism
  • Shinto
  • Zoroastrianism
slide101

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slide102

Which term refers to rebirth in Hinduism?

  • Reincarnation
  • Karma
  • Vedas
  • Upanishads
slide105

Which term refers to the knowledge that all thoughts and actions result in future consequences?

  • Upanishads
  • Vedas
  • Reincarnation
  • Karma
slide108

What are the sacred writings of Hinduism?

  • Bible
  • Torah
  • Quran
  • Vedas and Upanishads
slide111

Who was the founder of Buddhism?

  • There was no founder
  • Asoka
  • Siddhartha Gautama
  • Moses
slide114

Where do you find the basic beliefs of Buddhism?

  • Four Noble Truths
  • Eight Arms
  • Eightfold Path
  • Vedas
slide117

Who was responsible for spreading Buddhism from India to China?

  • Paul
  • Muhammad
  • Asoka
  • Siddhartha Gautama
slide120

Why was the Great Wall of China built?

  • Protection from invaders
  • Limit opportunities for trade
  • Provide a trade route across Aisa
  • Create a monument to Mongol rule
slide123

China was governed by a succession of ruling families called ________.

  • Dynasties
  • Civil service system
  • Confucianism
  • Taoism
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Chinese rulers were considered divine, but they served under a Mandate of Heaven only as long as their rule was _________.

  • just
  • harsh
  • at least for ten years
  • approved by the citizens
slide130

What was the name of the overland trade route that connected China and other cultures as far away as Rome?

  • Maritime Trade Route
  • Gold and Salt Route
  • Porcelain Road
  • Silk Road
slide133

Which of the following was not a contribution of Ancient China?

  • Paper
  • Porcelain
  • Civil service system
  • Bronze weapons
slide136

Which of the following is not an impact of Confucianism in forming social order in China?

  • Simple life and inner peace
  • Belief that humans are good, not bad
  • Respect for elders
  • Code of politeness
slide139

Which of the following is not an impact of Taosimin forming social order in China?

  • Humility
  • Simple life and inner peace
  • Harmony with nature
  • Ancestor worship
slide142

What does Yin and Yang represent to followers of Confucianism and Taoism?

  • Path to enlightenment
  • Similarities
  • Opposites
  • Proper way to live life
slide145

What was a polis in ancient Greece?

An alliance of two or more cities formed for military protection

A fortified acropolis or hilltop in the center of the city

A colony controlled by the country that established it

A politically independent unit that included a city

slide148

What was the most important reason for the Greek colonization of the Mediterranean and Black Sea areas between 800 and 600 B.C.E.?

  • Religious persecution and Phoenician competition
  • Political unrest and harsh climate
  • Overpopulation and the search for fertile soil
  • Plague and fear of Roman conquest
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Part VI

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slide152

Why did many small city-states develop in ancient Greece?

  • The peoples of Greece came from different cultures.
  • The mountains of Greece kept the Greeks from uniting under one government.
  • The peoples of Greece were divided by the many different languages they spoke.
  • Religious differences tended to keep people from uniting.
slide155

Which is not a correct statement about the religion of ancient Greece?

  • Greek religion was important to its culture, politics, and art.
  • Greek priests dominated the Greek government.
  • Greek gods had human qualities.
  • Greek religion was polytheistic.
slide158

Life in Sparta was different from life in Athens because Sparta had ______.

  • an individualistic society
  • a democratic society
  • an artistic society
  • a militaristic society
slide161

Which term refers to a type of government where only a few wealthy people hold power?

  • monarchy
  • oligarchy
  • democracy
  • tyranny
slide164

Which Greek city-state was known for its leadership, art, philosophy, and democracy?

  • Sparta
  • Corinth
  • Thebes
  • Athens
slide167

Which statement about the Persian Wars is not correct?

  • They united Athens and Sparta against the Persian Empire.
  • They were caused by competition between Sparta and Athens.
  • Victories over the Persians gave Greeks control of the Aegean Sea.
  • Athens and Sparta remained independent.
slide170

In what two battles did the Greeks defeat the Persians and gain control of the Aegean Sea?

  • Issus and Salamis
  • Thermopylae and Issus
  • Marathon and Salamis
  • Marathon and Athens
slide173

Competition between the Greek city-states of Athens and Sparta helped cause the ________.

  • legalization of Christianity
  • Persian Wars
  • destruction of Carthage
  • Peloponnesian War
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What was not a result of the Peloponnesian War?

  • Greek defenses were weakened
  • Weakening of political power
  • Resulted in a slowing of cultural advancement
  • Athens and Sparta united as one city-state
slide180

During the Golden Age of Pericles, two important achievements of the Athenians were ______.

  • giving most adult males an equal voice in government and rebuilding Athens after the Persian Wars
  • extending democracy to slaves and promoting the arts
  • allowing women a voice in government and rebuilding Athens after the Persian Wars
  • giving most adult males and equal voice in government and gaining control over Sparta
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The time period of 461-429 B.C.E. in Greece is known as the “Golden Age of Pericles” because of the ________.

  • defeat of the Persians and takeover of Persian trade routes
  • defeat of the Romans
  • creation of the Delian League
  • great achievements in arts, science, and philosophy
slide186

Which of the following categories did Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle fall into?

  • gods
  • philosophers
  • rulers
  • sculptors
slide189

What is the best title for the following list?

Doric, Ionian, Corinthian

  • Types of Roman Arches
  • Types of Incan Roads
  • Types of Egyptian Pyramids
  • Types of Greek Columns
slide192

The epic poems of The Iliad and the Odyssey are attributed to _________.

  • Herodotus
  • Homer
  • Phidias
  • Plato
slide195

Which of the following was a result of the conquest of Alexander the Great?

  • destruction of the Roman Empire
  • unification of Athens and Sparta
  • spread of Greek culture throughout the eastern Mediterranean
  • spread of Christianity throughout the Middle East
slide198

Hellenistic civilization was a mixture of Greek culture and ______ elements.

  • African
  • oriental
  • European
  • western
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Who was responsible for conquering most of Greece?

  • Hippocrates
  • Alexander the Great
  • Philip II
  • Plato
slide205

Where was the Italian Peninsula’s location?

  • on the Mediterranean’s southern coast
  • almost at the east-west midpoint of the Mediterranean
  • just east of the Balkan Peninsula
  • just east of the Fertile Crescent
slide208

Where is the city of Rome located?

  • on the fertile plain of the Po River
  • on the Adriatic coast, a short destance from Greece
  • near the center of the Italian Peninsula
  • near the Strait of Messina, seperating Italy and Sicily
slide211

What was not one of the main reasons why Roman mythology developed?

  • It explained otherwise unexplainable life events
  • It explained the occurrence of natural phenomena.
  • It explained how human qualities came to be.
  • It explained why there was one God.
slide214

Who was not given citizenship in ancient Rome?

  • women
  • foreigners
  • Plebeian men
  • Patrician men
slide217

What is the correct order for the social structure of Rome from the most to the least influential group?

  • Patricians – Plebeians – Slaves
  • Plebeians – Slaves – Patricians
  • Plebeians – Patricians – Slaves
  • Patricians – Slaves – Plebeians
slide220

Before the creation of the Twelve Tables, why did Roman plebeians want a written law code?

  • To prevent patricians from abusing their positions
  • To decrease the power fathers held over their families
  • To eliminate slavery based on debt
  • To decrease the power consuls had over society
slide223

What was the basic cause of the Punic wars?

  • Rome’s acceptance of Christianity.
  • Rome’s rivalry with Carthage for control of the western Mediterranean
  • Charthage’s invasion of Italy
  • Carthage’s support of plebeians against the patricians
slide226

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What is not a result of the three Punic Wars?

  • destruction of Carthage
  • the fall of the Roman Empire
  • Rome became the dominant Mediterranean power
  • expansion of trade and wealth for Rome
slide230

What geographic feature did Hannibal cross to invade the Italian peninsula?

  • The Alps
  • The Atlantic Ocean
  • The Himalayas
  • The Sahara Desert
slide233

Who does the following timeline describe?

Formed triumvirate with Pompey and Crassus

Gained victory in civil war over Pompey

Assassinated on the Ides of March

  • Marcus Aurelius
  • Julius Caesar
  • Marc Anthony
  • Augustus Caesar
slide236

What was not a cause for the decline of the Roman Republic?

  • Farmers moved to cities, causing overcrowding and unemployment.
  • The devaluation of Roman coins, causing inflation.
  • The spread of slavery into the agricultual system.
  • The Roman Senate became more powerful than the consuls.
slide239

The civil wars that followed the assassination of Julius Caesar led to the rise of Augustus Caesar and the _______.

  • fall of Carthage to the Romans
  • end of the PaxRomana
  • fall of the Roman Empire
  • end of the Roman Republic
slide242

How was the period known as “PaxRomana” characterized?

  • slave revolts which weakened the Republic
  • democratic government following the abolition of the Senate
  • civil wars between Roman generals which destroyed the Republic
  • peace and prosperity that lasted over two hundred years
slide245

What are the collected records of Jesus’ life and sayings?

  • Ten Commandments
  • New Testament
  • Five Pillars
  • Eightfold Path
slide248

Which of these best describes the role of the apostle Paul in spreading Christianity?

  • He became the first Christian emperor of Rome.
  • He established the first Christian church in Rome.
  • He traveled throughout the Roman Empire converting people to Christianity.
  • He convinced the Roman emperor to legalize Christianity.
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slide252

Which of the following is not a belief, tradition, or custom of Christianity?

  • Polytheistic
  • Life after death
  • Jesus as both Son and incarnation of God
  • Doctrines established by early church councils
slide255

Which emperor adopted and legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire?

  • Nero
  • Constantine
  • Diocletian
  • Augustus Caesar
slide258

Which institution expanded its influence and power as the Roman Empire declined?

  • government
  • Church
  • military
  • monarchy
slide261

Which of the following was not a cause of the fall of the Roman Empire?

  • numerous slave revolts that weakened the army
  • political instability and poor leadership by the many emperors who fought over the throne
  • inflation
  • moral decay
slide264

What did the Eastern Roman Empire become known as after the fall of the Western Roman Empire?

  • Byzantine Empire
  • Holy Roman Empire
  • Muslim Empire
  • Russian Empire
slide267

Which civilization invented silk, paper, the compass, and porcelain?

  • Chinese
  • Islamic
  • European
  • African
slide270

Which nearby civilization strongly influenced Japan’s cultural development?

  • Indian
  • Chinese
  • Mongol
  • Russian
slide276

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Episode 2 Part I or Part II or

Part III or Part IV or Part V

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slide277

Which of the following is not a way in which China influenced Japan?

  • Buddhism
  • architecture
  • government
  • writing
slide280

What was the only African kingdom to remain Christian after the Muslim conquest of Africa?

  • Axum
  • Zimbabwe
  • Ghana
  • Mali
slide283

Which city was a center of trade and learning in West Africa?

  • Axum
  • Timbuktu
  • Alexandria
  • Zimbabwe
slide286

Which characteristic was shared by the Mayans, Incas, and Aztecs?

  • Construction of extensive roads
  • Representative democracy
  • Use of terrace farms
  • Polytheistic religion
slide289

Which civilization was located in the Andes Mountains of South America?

  • Toltec
  • Mayan
  • Incan
  • Aztec
slide292

What two religions played a role in early West African civilizations?

  • Hinduism and Islam
  • Animism and Islam
  • Islam and Christianity
  • Christianity and Animism
slide295

The exchange of salt for _______ was an important activity in trans-Saharan trading.

  • gold
  • cattle
  • iron ore
  • slaves
slide298

Which of the following was not an achievement of the Aztec, Mayan, and Incan civilizations?

  • calendars
  • representative government
  • mathematics
  • writing system
slide301

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Episode 2 Part I or Part II or

Part III or Part IV or Part V or

Part VI

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Bonus Clip I

Bonus Clip II