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Unit 3 and 4 Questions. Global 9 Review Myers. Which factor contributed to the beginning of the Renaissance in Italian cities?. (1) occupation by foreign powers (2) interaction with Latin America (3) surplus of porcelain from Japan (4) access to important trade routes. And the answer is.

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unit 3 and 4 questions

Unit 3 and 4 Questions

Global 9 Review

Myers

which factor contributed to the beginning of the renaissance in italian cities
Which factor contributed to the beginning of theRenaissance in Italian cities?

(1) occupation by foreign powers

(2) interaction with Latin America

(3) surplus of porcelain from Japan

(4) access to important trade routes

and the answer is
And the answer is

(4) access to important trade routes

which innovation had the greatest impact on the protestant reformation
Which innovation had the greatest impact on theProtestant Reformation?

(1) movable-type printing press

(2) Mercator map projection

(3) magnetic compass

(4) triangular sail

and the answer is5
And the answer is

(1) movable-type printing press

which conclusion can be made based on these statements
1340s—Mongols, merchants, and othertravelers carried disease along trade routes west of China.

1346—The plague reached the Black Sea ports of Caffa and Tana.

1347—Italian merchants fled plague-infected Black Sea ports.

1348—The plague became an epidemic in most of western Europe.

(1) The plague primarily affected China.

(2) The interaction of people spread the plague.

(3) Port cities were relatively untouched by the plague.

(4) The plague started in western Europe.

Which conclusion can be made based on these statements?
and the answer is7
And the answer is

(2) The interaction of people spread the plague.

the magna carta the petition of right and the english bill of rights were created to
The Magna Carta, the Petition of Right, and theEnglish Bill of Rights were created to

(1) limit the power of English monarchs

(2) establish laws protecting the rights ofProtestants

(3) organize England’s colonial empire

(4) abolish the role of Parliament

and the answer is9
And the answer is

(1) limit the power of English monarchs

which statement best describes the concept of mercantilism
Which statement best describes the concept of mercantilism?

(1) Universal suffrage leads to educated citizens.

(2) Controlling trade is a key to increasing power.

(3) Only the fittest deserve to survive.

(4) Strict social control prevents revolutions.

and the answer is11
And the answer is

(2) Controlling trade is a key to increasing power.

the theory justifying a monarch s rule by god s authority is called
The theory justifying a monarch’s rule by God’sauthority is called

(1) laissez faire

(2) totalitarianism

(3) predestination

(4) divine right

and the answer is13
And the answer is

(4) divine right

slide14
Which economic activity was the basis for most ofthe wealth and power of the West Africanempires of Ghana and Mali?

(1) hunting and gathering

(2) farming and cattle ranching

(3) trading in salt and gold

(4) working in bronze and brass

and the answer is15
And the answer is

(3) trading in salt and gold

slide16
What was one reason that some Italian citiesdeveloped into major commercial and culturalcenters during the 13th and 14th centuries?

(1) unified central government

(2) isolationist economic policies

(3) geographic location

(4) system of social equality

and the answer is17
And the answer is

(3) geographic location

which two cultures most influenced the development of early japan
Which two cultures most influenced the development of early Japan?

(1) Greek and Roman

(2) Chinese and Korean

(3) Egyptian and Mesopotamian

(4) Indian and Persian

and the answer is19
And the answer is

(2) Chinese and Korean

slide20
Which factor contributed to the success of theHanseatic League, the Kingdom of Songhai, andthe British East India Company?

(1) location in the Middle East

(2) imperialism in Europe

(3) development of trade with other regions

(4) growth of the Ottoman Empire

and the answer is21
And the answer is

(3) development of trade with other regions

which area of europe was least affected by the black death
Which area of Europe was least affected by the Black Death?

(1) southwestern Europe

(2) Mediterranean Coast

(3) eastern Europe

(4) British Isles

and the answer is23
And the answer is

(3) eastern Europe

one similarity in the rule of peter the great suleiman i and louis xiv is that each leader
One similarity in the rule of Peter the Great,Suleiman I, and Louis XIV is that each leader

(1) shared power with a legislature

(2) practiced religious toleration

(3) expanded his territory

(4) decreased the amount of taxes collected

and the answer is25
And the answer is

(3) expanded his territory

which factors protected russia from control by napoleon s army
Which factors protected Russia from control byNapoleon’s army?

(1) religious and cultural similarities

(2) industrialization and modernization

(3) geographic size and location

(4) political and economic instability

and the answer is27
And the answer is

(3) geographic size and location

which global interaction is illustrated by these statements
Maize and potatoes were grown in Europe.

Millions of Africans suffered during the Middle Passage.

Smallpox had devastating effects on indigenous peoples.

Spanish language is used in much of Latin America.

(1) Silk Road trade

(2) Crusades

(3) Columbian Exchange

(4) Scramble for Africa

Which global interaction is illustrated by these statements?
and the answer is29
And the answer is

(3) Columbian Exchange

which concept is associated with this quotation
“. . . Finally, gather together all that we have said,so great and so august [important], about royalauthority. You have seen a great nation unitedunder one man: you have seen his sacred power,paternal and absolute: you have seen that secretreason which directs the body politic, enclosed inone head: you have seen the image of God inkings, and you will have the idea of majesty ofkingship.God is holiness itself, goodness itself, poweritself, reason itself. In these things consists thedivine majesty. In their reflection consists themajesty of the prince. . . .”

— Jacques-Benigne Bossuet

direct democracy

(2) imperialism

(3) socialism

(4) divine right

Which concept is associated with this quotation?
and the answer is31
And the answer is

(4) divine right

which individual most likely opposed the form of government described in this quotation
“. . . Finally, gather together all that we have said,so great and so august [important], about royalauthority. You have seen a great nation unitedunder one man: you have seen his sacred power,paternal and absolute: you have seen that secretreason which directs the body politic, enclosed inone head: you have seen the image of God inkings, and you will have the idea of majesty ofkingship.God is holiness itself, goodness itself, poweritself, reason itself. In these things consists thedivine majesty. In their reflection consists themajesty of the prince. . . .”

— Jacques-Benigne Bossuet

Ivan the Terrible

(2) Thomas Hobbes

(3) John Locke

(4) Louis XIV

Which individual most likely opposed the form of government described in this quotation?
and the answer is33
And the answer is

(3) John Locke

the foreign policy of many russian rulers supported the country s desire for
The foreign policy of many Russian rulerssupported the country’s desire for

(1) access to inland cities

(2) more mineral resources

(3) extensive canal systems

(4) warm-water ports

and the answer is35
And the answer is

(4) warm-water ports

slide36
One way in which the Magna Carta, the Petitionof Right, and the Glorious Revolution are similaris that each

(1) strengthened the power of the pope

(2) led to the exploration of Africa

(3) limited the power of the English monarchy

(4) settled religious conflicts

and the answer is37
And the answer is

(3) limited the power of the English monarchy

the encomienda system in latin america was a direct result of the
The encomienda system in Latin America was adirect result of the

(1) Crusades

(2) Age of Exploration

(3) Reformation

(4) Age of Reason

and the answer is39
And the answer is

(2) Age of Exploration

these illustrations suggest that early latin american civilizations
These illustrations suggest that early Latin American civilizations

(1) were based on European societies

(2) used advanced technology to build complex structures

(3) incorporated early Roman architectural design

(4) were strongly influenced by Renaissance humanism

and the answer is41
And the answer is

(2) used advanced technology to build complex structures

which statement about the mongols is supported by the information in the map
Which statement about the Mongols is supported by the information in the map?

(1) The Yuan dynasty kept China isolated from outside influence.

(2) Most of the Chinese people lived in the river valleys.

(3) Kublai Khan and Genghis Khan extended Mongol influence to other parts of Asia.

(4) The city of Samarkand was part of the Yuan Empire.

and the answer is43
And the answer is

(3) Kublai Khan and Genghis Khan extended Mongol influence to other parts of Asia.

what is meant by machiavelli s belief that the end justifies the means
What is meant by Machiavelli’s belief that “theend justifies the means”?

(1) Leaders may use any method to achieve whatis best for the state.

(2) The general public always acts in its own best interest.

(3) Pleasing all of the people at any given time is possible.

(4) Leaders must always act for the common good.

and the answer is45
And the answer is

(1) Leaders may use any method to achieve whatis best for the state.

slide46
Venice in Europe, Mogadishu in Africa, andCanton in China emerged during the 13th centuryprimarily as important centers of

(1) agriculture

(2) Trade

(3) manufacturing

(4) mining

what was one influence of mongol rule on the history of russia
What was one influence of Mongol rule on thehistory of Russia?

(1) Contact with kingdoms in western Europe greatly increased.

(2) The Chinese writing system was introduced and adopted.

(3) Most Russians converted from Orthodox Christianity to Islam.

(4) Russian leaders adopted the idea of strong, centralized control of the empire.

and the answer is49
And the answer is

(4) Russian leaders adopted the idea of strong, centralized control of the empire.

what generalization can be made on the basis of these statements
• Timbuktu is known as a great center of learning and trade.

Walls of Great Zimbabwe reveal a powerful and rich society.

Complex culture produces brass sculptures in Benin.

(1) Religious beliefs were the most importantelement in many African societies.

(2) Some African societies achieved a high levelof economic and cultural development.

(3) North African societies were more advancedthan South African societies.

(4) Most African societies were hundreds ofyears behind Asian societies in usingtechnology.

What generalization can be made on the basis ofthese statements?
and the answer is51
And the answer is

2) Some African societies achieved a high levelof economic and cultural development.

the major reason that portugal and spain established water routes to asia s spice markets was to
The major reason that Portugal and Spainestablished water routes to Asia’s spice marketswas to

(1) experiment with new technology such as theastrolabe and sextant

(2) provide jobs for navigators, cartographers,and shipbuilders

(3) avoid the overland routes that werecontrolled by Muslim traders

(4) discover new continents, plants, and animals

and the answer is53
And the answer is

(3) avoid the overland routes that werecontrolled by Muslim traders

the magna carta can be described as a
The Magna Carta can be described as a

(1) journal about English feudal society

(2) list of feudal rights that limited the power ofthe English monarchy

(3) census of all tax-paying nobility in feudalEngland

(4) statement of grievances of the middle class inEngland

and the answer is55
And the answer is

(2) list of feudal rights that limited the power ofthe English monarchy

some historians suggest that as a result of the mongol invasions of russia the russian people were
Some historians suggest that as a result of theMongol invasions of Russia, the Russian peoplewere

(1) united with the Ottomans

(2) converted to Christianity

(3) freed from serfdom

(4) cut off from most of western Europe

and the answer is57
And the answer is

(4) cut off from most of western Europe

the map shows that on his voyages zheng he explored
The map shows that on his voyages, Zheng He explored

(1) both the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans

(2) at the same time as the Spanish explorers

(3) lands in the Western Hemisphere

(4) Arabia and the east coast of Africa

and the answer is59
And the answer is

(4) Arabia and the east coast of Africa

one result of the voyages of zheng he was that
One result of the voyages of Zheng He was that

(1) Chinese merchants began trading with Africa

(2) Christian missionaries arrived in China

(3) Indian artisans showed the Chinese how to make Ming porcelain

(4) China set up colonies in Europe

and the answer is61
And the answer is

(1) Chinese merchants began trading with Africa

many achievements of islamic civilization reached european society by way of the
Many achievements of Islamic civilizationreached European society by way of the

(1) Crusades and eastern Mediterranean trading networks

(2) merchant guilds and the Industrial Revolution

(3) Middle Passage and the Columbian Exchange

(4) conquests of the Germanic tribes and tradealong the Silk Road

and the answer is63
And the answer is

(1) Crusades and eastern Mediterranean trading networks

prior to the protestant reformation the medieval church in western europe was criticized for
Prior to the Protestant Reformation, themedieval church in western Europe wascriticized for

(1) sponsoring explorations to the Middle East

(2) allowing the Bible to be printed anddistributed to the people

(3) being too concerned with worldly power andriches

(4) refusing to sell indulgences to peasants

and the answer is65
And the answer is

(3) being too concerned with worldly power andriches

which conclusion about the inca city of macchu picchu can be drawn from the map
Which conclusion about the Inca city of MacchuPicchu can be drawn from the map?

(1) Religious activities were prohibited in thiscity.

(2) The city was a ceremonial site, not a place ofpermanent settlement.

(3) Community planning and an organized wayof life are not evident in this city.

(4) The city had a government with laws, leadership, and a military force.

and the answer is67
And the answer is
  • (4) The city had a government with laws, leadership, and a military force.
slide68
Which diagram shows the correct social hierarchyof Spain’s colonial empire in the Western Hemisphere?
and the answer is69
And the answer is

(1) peninsulares, creoles, mestizos/mulattoes, Africans/natives

which event in african history is described in this passage
. . . And we cannot reckon how great the damageis, since the mentioned merchants are takingevery day our natives, sons of the land and thesons of our noblemen and vassals and ourrelatives, because the thieves and men of badconscience grab them wishing to have the thingsand wares of this Kingdom which they areambitious of; they grab them and get them to besold; and so great, Sir, is the corruption andlicentiousness [lack of restraint] that our countryis being completely depopulated, and YourHighness should not agree with this nor accept itas in your service. . . .

— Nzinga Mbemba (King Affonso), Letters to theKing of Portugal, 1526

(1) exploration of the African interior

(2) discovery of gold mines in Nigeria

(3) Belgium’s takeover of the Congo

(4) Atlantic slave trade

Which event in African history is described in thispassage?
and the answer is71
And the answer is

(4) Atlantic slave trade

the travels of marco polo and of ibn battuta were similar in that these travels
The travels of Marco Polo and of Ibn Battutawere similar in that these travels

(1) led to nationalistic movements

(2) helped to spread the ideas of religious leaders

(3) stimulated the expansion of trade

(4) supported democratic forms of government

and the answer is73
And the answer is

(3) stimulated the expansion of trade

slide74

In the early 1500s, Martin Luther’s “Ninety-fiveTheses,” Henry VIII’s “Act of Supremacy,” andJohn Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religioncontributed to

(1) a decline in the power of the Catholic Church

(2) an increased sense of nationalism in Tudor England

(3) the growing power of the feudal nobility in Europe

(4) a major conflict among Eastern Orthodox Christians

and the answer is75
And the answer is

(1) a decline in the power of the Catholic Church

these rules reflect the japanese policy of
These rules reflect the Japanese policy of

(1) totalitarianism

(2) appeasement

(3) interdependence

(4) isolationism

and the answer is77
And the answer is

(4) isolationism

slide78
The Gupta civilization (4th–6th centuries) andthe Maya civilization (4th–10th centuries) weresimilar in that both

(1) built temple complexes and developed theconcept of zero

(2) eliminated standing armies and introduced anaristocracy

(3) developed early democratic systems

(4) were conquered by European imperialists

and the answer is79
And the answer is

(1) built temple complexes and developed theconcept of zero

which generalization is best supported by the information in this map
Which generalization is best supported by the information in this map?

(1) The Ottoman Empire controlled the largest amount of territory by 1453.

(2) The Safavid Empire controlled parts of western Europe by 1629.

(3) By the 1500s, the Ottoman Empire controlled parts of the Middle East, NorthAfrica, and eastern Europe.

(4) The Mediterranean Sea served as a cultural barrier between Asia Minor and NorthAfrica.

and the answer is81
And the answer is

(3) By the 1500s, the Ottoman Empire controlled parts of the Middle East, NorthAfrica, and eastern Europe.

which statement about the geography of africa is most accurate
Which statement about the geography of Africa ismost accurate?

(1) Much of the land in Africa is below sea level.

(2) The variety of geographic barriers has servedto promote cultural diversity.

(3) Africa has an irregular coastline with manynatural harbors.

(4) Much of the land in Africa is tundra andforest.

and the answer is83
And the answer is

(2) The variety of geographic barriers has servedto promote cultural diversity.

which statement best describes an impact of geography on the history of the korean peninsula
Which statement best describes an impact ofgeography on the history of the Koreanpeninsula?

(1) Large deserts have led to isolation.

(2) Location has led to invasion and occupationby other nations.

(3) Lack of rivers has limited food production.

(4) Lack of natural resources has preventeddevelopment of manufacturing.

and the answer is85
And the answer is

(2) Location has led to invasion and occupationby other nations.

which confucian principle is reflected in this statement
“. . . If from now on the King starts by rising earlyand going to bed late, and if the ministers takeoaths among themselves to cut out the evils ofparties and merriment, be diligent in cultivatingfrugality and virtue, do not allow privateconsiderations from taking root in their minds,and do not use artifice as a method of operationin government affairs, then the officials andcommon people will all cleanse and purify theirminds and be in great accord with his will. . . .”

— Yi Hang-no, Korean Royal Adviser

(1) The ruler must set an example for the people.

(2) Respect for elders is the foundation of civilization.

(3) Virtue increases with education.

(4) Compassion and sympathy for others is important.

Which Confucian principle is reflected in thisstatement?
and the answer is87
And the answer is

(1) The ruler must set an example for the people.

which action would best complete this partial outline
I. Byzantine Heritage

A. Blended Christian beliefs with Greek art and philosophy

B. Extended Roman engineering achievements

C. Preserved literature and sciencetextbooks

D. _____________________

(1) Adapted the Roman principles of justice

(2) Used a senate as the chief governing body

(3) Led crusades to capture Rome from the Huns

(4) Helped maintain Roman rule over western Europe

Which action would best complete this partialoutline?
and the answer is89
And the answer is

(1) Adapted the Roman principles of justice

the expeditions of hern n cort s and francisco pizarro resulted in the
The expeditions of Hernán Cortés and FranciscoPizarro resulted in the

(1) destruction of the Aztec and Inca empires

(2) capture of Brazil by Portugal

(3) colonization of North America by Portugal

(4) exploration of the Philippines and East Indies

and the answer is91
And the answer is

(1) destruction of the Aztec and Inca empires

which statement best describes a result of the glorious revolution in england 1688
Which statement best describes a result of theGlorious Revolution in England (1688)?

(1) England formed an alliance with France.

(2) The power of the monarchy was increased.

(3) Principles of limited government werestrengthened.

(4) England lost its colonial possessions.

and the answer is93
And the answer is

(3) Principles of limited government werestrengthened.

the routes shown on the map illustrate the
The routes shown on the map illustrate the
  • spread of Christianity

(2) shift in European population

(3) expansion of apartheid

(4) pattern of the Bantu migrations

and the answer is95
And the answer is

(4) pattern of the Bantu migrations

what is being described in this passage
“In 1469, Isabella of Castile married Ferdinandof Aragon. This marriage between the rulers oftwo powerful kingdoms opened the way for aunified state. Using their combined forces, thetwo monarchs made a final push against theMuslim stronghold of Granada. In 1492, Granadafell. . . .”

Source: Elisabeth Ellis and Anthony Esler, World History: Connections to Today, Prentice Hall

(1) a crusade to the Holy Land

(2) the reasons for the voyages of Columbus

(3) the Spanish Reconquista

(4) the start of the Italian Renaissance

What is being described in this passage?
and the answer is97
And the answer is

(3) the Spanish Reconquista

slide98
The archaeological evidence found at theMesoamerican sites of Tenochtitlan and MachuPicchu suggests that these societies

(1) consisted of hunters and gatherers

(2) were highly developed and organizedcultures

(3) practiced a monotheistic religion

(4) followed a democratic system

and the answer is99
And the answer is

(2) were highly developed and organizedcultures

which statement describes an impact that the columbian exchange had on the lives of europeans
Which statement describes an impact that theColumbian Exchange had on the lives ofEuropeans?

(1) The transfer of new products and ideas encouraged economic growth.

(2) New diseases were brought to Europe and resulted in massive deaths caused by a plague.

(3) Native Americans immigrated to Europe and competed with Europeans for jobs.

(4) Cross-cultural contacts between SouthAmerica and Asia declined.

and the answer is101
And the answer is

(1) The transfer of new products and ideas encouraged economic growth.