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Roman Empire. Islam. Africa. China. Japan. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. What new religion appeared in the Roman Empire in the first century AD?.

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    1. Roman Empire Islam Africa China Japan 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

    2. What new religion appeared in the Roman Empire in the first century AD?

    3. What new religion appeared in the Roman Empire in the first century AD? Christianity

    4. What status required Romans to pay taxes, allowed them to participate in government and hold public office, and was considered a great honor?

    5. What status required Romans to pay taxes, allowed them to participate in government and hold public office, and was considered a great honor? Citizenship

    6. In what two areas did the Romans make great achievements?

    7. In what two areas did the Romans make great achievements? Government/engineering/ architecture/art/philosophy

    8. What was the name of the eastern half of the Roman Empire after it fell?

    9. What was the name of the eastern half of the Roman Empire after it fell? Byzantine Empire

    10. Who was the ruler from Constantinople that reunited the Roman Empire?

    11. Who was the ruler from Constantinople that reunited the Roman Empire? Justinian

    12. Who was the prophet and founder of the Islamic religion?

    13. Who was the prophet and founder of the Islamic religion? Muhammad

    14. What is the Two most important religious texts of Islam that form the basis of Islamic law?

    15. What is the Two most important religious texts of Islam that form the basis of Islamic law? Qur’an & Sunnah

    16. In what way are the Christian Bible, the Jewish Torah, and the Islamic Qur’an similar?

    17. In what way are the Christian Bible, the Jewish Torah, and the Islamic Qur’an similar? Stories of same prophets: Moses & Abraham/ One God/Monotheistic

    18. Why did Muhammad and his followers leave Mecca in 622 and go to Medina, known as the Hegira?

    19. Why did Muhammad and his followers leave Mecca in 622 and go to Medina, known as the Hegira? They were threatened with violence/ Needed safety/ Feared for their lives

    20. In what major way was the medieval Islamic cities of Cordoba and Baghdad similar?

    21. In what major way was the medieval Islamic cities of Cordoba and Baghdad similar? Learning/Cultural Centers

    22. What were the two mineral resources of West Africa?

    23. What were the two mineral resources of West Africa? Salt & Gold

    24. The great civilizations of West Africa arose near what river?

    25. The great civilizations of West Africa arose near what river? Niger River

    26. Trade routes through Africa helped the spread of what religion?

    27. Trade routes through Africa helped the spread of what religion? Islam

    28. Gaining control of what made Ghana a powerful state?

    29. Gaining control of what made Ghana a powerful state? Trade routes

    30. Who was Mali’s greatest and most famous ruler?

    31. Who was Mali’s greatest and most famous ruler? Mansa Musa

    32. What Chinese philosopher’s teachings focused on ethics and proper behavior for individuals and government?

    33. What Chinese philosopher’s teachings focused on ethics and proper behavior for individuals and government? Confucius

    34. What religion believes in reincarnation and began in China, then later spread throughout the world?

    35. What religion believes in reincarnation and began in China, then later spread throughout the world? Buddhism

    36. What is a person called if they are and educated member of the government who had to pass a test about Confucianism and related knowledge?

    37. What is a person called if they are and educated member of the government who had to pass a test about Confucianism and related knowledge? Scholar-official

    38. What are three of China’s achievements or inventions?

    39. What are three of China’s achievements or inventions? Gunpowder/compass/paper/ woodblock printing/moveable type printing/ inoculations/porcelain

    40. What dynasty is called China’s Golden Age, because it was a period of great expansion and artistic, legal, and cultural achievements?

    41. What dynasty is called China’s Golden Age, because it was a period of great expansion and artistic, legal, and cultural achievements? Tang Dynasty

    42. What did the samurai warriors receive in return for their military services?

    43. What did the samurai warriors receive in return for their military services? Land & Food

    44. The main duty of the samurai was to defend what person and their land?

    45. The main duty of the samurai was to defend what person and their land? Daimyo

    46. What represents the rules of the daily behavior followed by the samurai and is known as the “way of the warrior”?

    47. What represents the rules of the daily behavior followed by the samurai and is known as the “way of the warrior”? Bushido

    48. Contact with China and Korea influenced Japan in what two ways?

    49. Contact with China and Korea influenced Japan in what two ways? Language/philosophy/ religion/government

    50. The emperor of Japan became what in the late 1100s, meaning that he appeared to rule while the military leaders actually held the most power?