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  1. Greeced Lightening Hammurabi is my homeboy Ms. Barton is the bomb.com Qin’s Wok (& Roll) Karma Chameleon 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

  2. Early Civfor 1 What motivated Mesopotamian conquests of far-reaching territories? a. The desire to spread the religion of Baal b. The search for new trade goods c. The need for vital resources d. The search for living space for the burgeoning population e. The desire to capture slaves Check Your Answer

  3. Early Civfor 1 c. The need for vital resources . Back to the Game Board

  4. Early Civfor 2 Crucial to Egypt's agriculture was a. a complex system of aqueducts. b. regular rainfall south of the delta. c. proximity to the Nile River. d. favor of the gods. e. there was almost no agriculture in Egypt because it's a desert. Check Your Answer

  5. Early Civfor 2 c. proximity to the Nile River. Back to the Game Board

  6. Early Civfor 3 The Indus Valley system of writing a. is called cuneiform. b. is called hieroglyphics. c. is called Sanskrit. d. is called Linear A. e. has not been deciphered. Check Your Answer

  7. Early Civfor 3 e. has not been deciphered. Back to the Game Board

  8. Early Civfor 4 Nubia's primary form of transportation for trade was a. horses and chariots. b. the Nile River. c. a thoroughfare of roads connecting Nubia to Egypt. d. isolationism kept the Nubians from contact with anyone. e. letting trade-seekers come to them. Check Your Answer

  9. Early Civfor 4 b. the Nile River Back to the Game Board

  10. Early Civfor 5 How did Nubia become a "corridor" for long-distance trade before 3000 B.C.E.? a. Government policies carefully regulated and promoted trade. b. Egypt built a river highway for the passage of goods. c. Nubia had no natural resources of its own and so needed to import them. d. It connected sub-Saharan Africa with North Africa. e. Actually, Nubia never did participate in the African trade networks, preferring isolationism. Check Your Answer

  11. Early Civfor 5 d. It connected sub-Saharan Africa with North Africa. Back to the Game Board

  12. Qins for 1 Because of the influence of Confucian ethics, Chinese values emphasized a. wealth and business ownership. b. the independence of children. c. obedience and proper conduct. d. the obligation of the rich to care for the poor. e. rugged individualism. Check Your Answer

  13. Qinsfor 1 c. obedience and proper conduct. Back to the Game Board

  14. Qinsfor 2 What was buried with the Emperor Shi Huang-di in his elaborate tomb? a. his sword. b. his wife. c. ten thousand pounds of gold. d. an entourage of priests and servants. e. statues of his soldiers. Check Your Answer

  15. Qinsfor 2 e. statues of his soldiers. Back to the Game Board

  16. Qinsfor 3 The most important cultural influences on Southeast Asian kingdoms came from a. Japan. b. China. c. Polynesia. d. India. e. Australia. Check Your Answer

  17. Qins for 3 d. India. Back to the Game Board

  18. Qinsfor 4 Which of the following is not one of the ways that Confucian philosophy attempts to create societal harmony? a. By emphasizing the idea that the country is parallel to the family b. By expanding the traditional feelings of benevolence toward family so that they apply to all of humanity c. By avoiding violence and promoting justice, loyalty, and dignity d. By emphasizing the goodness of human nature and seeking to promote it through education, particularly of public officials e. By emphasizing individual freedoms Check Your Answer

  19. Qinsfor 4 e. By emphasizing individual freedoms Back to the Game Board

  20. Qinsfor 5 The concept of yin and yang represented the complementary nature of a. religion and the state in Chinese society. b. good and evil in Chinese morality. c. male and female roles in the natural order. d. the wisdom of age and the strength of youth. e. warrior and emperor in times of trouble. Check Your Answer

  21. Qinsfor 5 c. male and female roles in the natural order. Back to the Game Board

  22. Karma for 1 The varna system developed in order to create a. a uniform legal code in India. b. social order between groups. c. standardized religious beliefs. d. an integrated economic system to aid merchants. e. a trained army of citizen soldiers. Check Your Answer

  23. Karma for 1 b. social order between groups. Back to the Game Board

  24. Karma for 2 The collection of Indian poetic hymns dedicated to the various deities and describing sacred practices is the a. Ramayana. b. Upanishads. c. Dammapada. d. Rig Veda. e. Bhagavad-Gita. Check Your Answer

  25. Karma for 2 d. Rig Veda. Back to the Game Board

  26. Karma for 3 The Mauryan government united much of India after a. the death of Alexander the Great. b. the assassination of Maurya. c. the introduction of Buddhism. d. the Indo-European invasion. e. an outbreak of the bubonic plague. Check Your Answer

  27. Karma for 3 a. the death of Alexander the Great. Back to the Game Board

  28. Karma for 4 Why is the Gupta Empire described as a "theater-state"? a. It used actors as administrative officials b. It hired foreign armies to enforce policies c. It shared the wealth of the empire with all equally d. The splendor and ceremonies of court advertised the benefits of empire e. They sacrificed their enemies in an open theater Check Your Answer

  29. Karma for 4 d. The splendor and ceremonies of court advertised the benefits of empire Back to the Game Board

  30. Karma for 5 The Gupta Empire collapsed in 550 C.E. a. when Emperor Gupta was charged with corruption. b. when the Mandate of Heaven signaled the end of the dynasty. c. after invasions by the Huns of Central Asia. d. when popular sovereignty became the will of the people. e. due to overspending on temple construction. Check Your Answer

  31. Karma for 5 c. after invasions by the Huns of Central Asia. Back to the Game Board

  32. Al da Great for 1 The conversion to Christianity of which Roman emperor ushered in a time of tolerance, acceptance, and eventual dominance of Christianity? a. Diocletian b. Tiberius c. Constantine d. Brucellosis e. Claudius Check Your Answer

  33. Al da Great for 1 c. Constantine . Back to the Game Board

  34. Alex for 2 How is the career of Paul an example of the "cosmopolitan" nature of the Roman Empire? a. He limited his proselytizing to urban areas. b. He only converted Romans to Christianity. c. He refused to debase himself by using anything Roman. d. He was able to use the benefits of Roman citizenship, roads, and cities to spread Christianity. e. He found that both Jews and Christians readily accepted his views of Jesus as the messiah. Check Your Answer

  35. Alex for 2 d. He was able to use the benefits of Roman citizenship, roads, and cities to spread Christianity. Back to the Game Board

  36. Alexx for 3 How does the Peloponnesian War reveal an inherent flaw in Greek society? a. The hoplites were unreliable because of their exclusion from politics. b. The independent poleis fostered rivalry and mistrust among neighbors. c. The poor in Greece suffered more severe hardship than in other world societies. d. The Greeks refused to abandon their policy of nonviolence. e. The rivalry between helots and hoplites caused a breakdown of democracy. Check Your Answer

  37. Alexx for 3 b. The independent poleis fostered rivalry and mistrust among neighbors. . Back to the Game Board

  38. AldaGrreat for 4 The transition to a literary, rather than orally based, culture is notable in the works of a. Socrates. b. Aristophanes. c. Plato. d. Euripides. e. Aristotle. Check Your Answer

  39. AldaGrreat for 4 c. Plato. . Back to the Game Board

  40. Alllllexxxxxx for 5 A significant difference in Roman expansion versus Greek was that Romans: a. did not have a standardized language. b. extended citizenship to most conquered populations. c. did not impose taxes. d. conquered only to obtain slaves. e. had no system of government in place in the new territories. Check Your Answer

  41. Allllexxxxxxxx for 5 b. extended citizenship to most conquered populations. Back to the Game Board

  42. Bartonnn for 1 Which of the following is not a tenet of Zoroastrianism? a. Belief in one supreme deity b. Belief that humans would be rewarded or punished in the afterlife for their deeds c. Belief that the world was created by Ahuramazda d. The triumph of good over evil e. Belief in reincarnation of the dead Check Your Answer

  43. Bartonnnn for 1 e. Belief in reincarnation of the dead Back to the Game Board

  44. I Heart Bart for 2 Carthage was founded by peoples migrating from a. Rome. b. Phoenicia. c. Greece. d. Egypt. e. Arabia. Check Your Answer

  45. I Heart Bart for 2 b. Phoenicia. Back to the Game Board

  46. Barton for 3 The exile of Hebrews to Babylon in 587 B.C.E. occurred under a. Cyrus the Great. b. Nebuchadnezzar. c. Ashurbanipal. d. Darius of Persia. e. a Chaldean revolt. Check Your Answer

  47. Barton for 3 b. Nebuchadnezzar. Back to the Game Board

  48. Ms. B for 4 The chief tactic that the Assyrians used to maintain tranquility in their empire was a. terror. b. cultural toleration of a heterogeneous population. c. monotheism. d. requiring every man to serve in the military. e. requiring no taxes of newly conquered areas. Check Your Answer

  49. Ms. B for 4 a. terror. . Back to the Game Board

  50. B for 5 By 300 B.C.E., Celtic people were found in what regions? a. Hungary and Turkey b. Italy and Greece c. Britain and France d. Spain and Ireland e. All of these Check Your Answer