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The Sufis
a) Condemned scientific and cultural borrowing from
non-Muslim sources.
b) Helped spread Islam in India
c) Objected to the violence and social strife, which befell
the Abbasid world.
d) Led religious wars against Christians in Europe and
the Middle East.
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b) Sufi mystics, who used a variety
of conversion methods, were major
forces in the spread of Islam.
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All of these Indian groups were attracted to Islam and
converted EXCEPT:
a) Buddhists
b) Untouchables
c) Low-caste Hindus
d) High-caste Hindus
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d) High-caste Hindus had little incentive to
convert to the more egalitarian Islam.
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Contacts between Hindus and Muslims led to
a) The seclusion of Hindu women.
b) Constant warfare between the two groups
c) The absorption by the Muslims of many Hindu social
practices
d) Mass conversion of Hindus to Islam
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c) Hindu tradition proved a strong opponent to Muslim
Practices. Among other things, Islam succumbed to the
Caste system in India.
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The Abbasid reign ended when
a) Mongol soldiers sacked Baghdad
b) The Seljuk Turks overran the empire
c) Christian crusaders took Jerusalem
d) The Mameluks invaded the empire.
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a) Mongol warriors crushed
Baghdad in 1258
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One problem facing historians who study the Mongols is:
a)
Lack of primary sources
b) Inability to translate the Mongolian language and its literature
c)
The bias of historical accounts, written by those defeated by the Mongols.
d) The Mongols never wrote anything down, leaving no written records.
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d) While primary sources concerning the
Mongols are not rare, they frequently record the
perspective of those peoples conquered by the
Mongols.
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The era of Tang and Song rule in China was known as a(n)
a) Golden age of Chinese culture and accomplishments
b) Period of Buddhist dominance
c) Time where Christianity and Islam spread widely in
China
d) Time of technologicl and commercial stagnation
e) Era where nomadic dynasties ruled most of China
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a) Accomplishments of the era included the
invention of explosive powder, and moveable
type, Li Bo’s poetry, and the first use of coal.
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To administer China, the Tang and Song dynasties relied
on
a) Turkish administrators
b) The aristocracy
c) Merchants
d) Scholar-gentry
e) Buddhist monks
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d) The scholar-gentry, the civil examinations, and
Confucian thought were related emphases of Tang and
Song leaders.
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Buddhist successes in China during the Tang era
a) Were opposed by the merchants and farmers
b) Provided the state with tax revenues and conscripted
labor
c) Were counterbalanced by the introduction of Islam
into China
d) Encouraged the scholar-officials, who were largely
Buddhist
e) Led to the persecutions and seizures of Buddhist
monastic lands
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e) Perhaps a victim of its own success,
Buddhism was persecuted openly in the
time of Emperor Wuzong and never fully
recovered
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The technological advance that facilitated
Chinese overseas trade was
a) The Grand Canal
b) Sericulture or the production of silk
c) The manufacture of paper
d) The introduction of gunpowder
e) Maritime tools such as the junk
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e) The junk, a new kind of
ship, and the sea
compass both improved
Chinese sea trade
considerably.
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The invention of gunpowder in China
a) Was borrowed by the Chinese from the nomads
b) Allowed the Song to defeat the northern nomads
c) Led to the Arab conquest of China
d) Had little initial impact on warfare
e) Had no uses in Song society expect for fireworks.
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d) initially, explosive powder was used for
crowd-pleasing firework displays, but by the
late Song it gave China important military
power.
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The only indigenous aspect of Japanese culture during
the Heian era was
a) Mahayana Buddhism
b) The imperial administration
c) Written characters
d) Shinto
e) Court etiquette and protocol
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d) While the Japanese borrowed extensively in the areas
of administration, and high culture, even Buddhism,
Shinto retained its place.
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The typical pattern of relations between China and its
neighbors during the postclassical period was
a) Military occupation by the Chinese armies
b) For these states to acknowledge Chinese superiority
and pay tribute but remain independent
c) Incorporation of these states as provinces in the
Chinese empire
d) To form equal alliances as partners against nomadic
invaders
e) To maintain no formal relations or treaties with
neighboring states.
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b) While a variety of relationships appeared in
the period, the most common dynamic was for
China to treat the countries as subjects, while
the latter remained autonomous.
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In Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, the class that most welcomed
Chinese influence and culture was
a) The local aristocrats
b) The court bureaucrats (scholar-gentry)
c) Peasants
d) Buddhist monks
e) The merchants
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b) In all 3 countries, the court bureaucrats most
favored importation of Chinese bureaucratic
traditions that strenghthened their position.
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As the power of the Heian emperors declined
a) Chinese trained sholar officials assumed control of the
govt
b) Civil war broke out between branches of the imperial
family
c) Local nobles carved out estates and reduced the
peasants to serfdom
d) China conquered Japan
e) Religious groups and the clergy became the effective
govt.
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c) The Gempei wars, fought between powerful
aristocratic families, accompanied the decline
of the imperial power and Chinese influence. As
the noble families took more power, they
reduced the status of the peasants.
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The influence of Chinese culture in Korea produced all of
the following EXCEPT:
a) Legal reform
b) Chinese forms of Buddhism
c) A greater flow of goods between China and Korea
d) Unified resistance to Sinification.
e) Adoption of the Chinese writing system.
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d) Unified resistance against Sinification.
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Although the Mongols were often brutal, they were
a) No more violent than Europeans, Muslims, or the
Chinese of the day
b) Tolerant of religious differences and encouraged trade
c) Unwilling to destroy art works and building
d) Devoted to nonviolence
e) Apt to leave enemies alive and revolting cities
unpunished
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b) While the Mongol advance included a great deal of
destruction and slaughter, the Mongol realm was also
typified by religious toleration and guarantees of stability
for trade.
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Russia’s defeat by the Mongols
a) Had little effect on Russian development
b) Led to 250 years of Mongol dominance
c) Was avoided by the willingness of Russian princess to
pay tribute
d) Was meaningless because the Mongols abandoned the
area for their homeland
e) Left Poland and Sweden the dominant powers in
eastern Europe.
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b) The Russian armies
were defeated in 1240,
and Moscow was freed
from paying any tribute to
the Mongols in 1480.
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The greatest long-term impact of the Mongol unification
of much of central Eurasia was the
a) Introduction of new technologies
b) Facilitation of trade
c) Conversion of Mongols to Christianity
d) Destruction of old states and the rise of new ones
e) Spread of the Black Death from China to Europe and
the Muslim world
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e) Mongol unification of
the area brought the
Black Death
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Kublai Khan’s major concern in governing China was
a) Creating integrated Chinese and military units
b) To avoid the Mongols being assimilated by Chinese
culture and practices
c) The conversion of the Chinese to Islam
d) Educating Mongol leaders and elites in Chinese
Confucian culture
e) Reestablishing the Confucian civil service exams and
sholar-bureaucrats
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b) Although Kubilai Khan and his wife Chabi
were eager to learn from Chinese scholars and
bureaucrats, Kublai sought to keep the Mongol
ruling minority separate from the ethnic
Chinese.
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Pastoral nomads from the central Asian steppe who had
threatened sedentary cultures throughout world history
included all of these EXCEPT:
a) Mongols
b) Huns
c) Turks
d) Bantu
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e) The Bantu are African peoples, while all of the others
originated in central Asia.
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The period known as the Middle Ages in Europe
a) Was an era in which European culture and civilization
dominated the Mediterranean region.
b) Was a period of isolation and stagnation for European
society.
c) Began with feudal kings in control and ended with the
Roman Catholic church the dominant power in Europe.
d) Began with the fall of Rome and ended with the
decline of Europe’s feudal and religious institutions.
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d) Historians have set these chronological boundaries for
the Middle Ages. Ended by Renaissance/Reformation.
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Manorialism was characterized by all of these conditions
EXCEPT:
a) Most peasants were serfs
b) Manors and peasants depended on merchants for most
necessities.
c) Peasants were obligated to give their lord a portion of
their produce
d) The lords protected the peasants.
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b) Though life was difficult for peasants, most everyday
needs were provided within the manorial system.
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Serfs differed from slaves in that
a) Serfs were largely commercialized artisans while
slaves were agricultural
b) Serfs were ethnically Europeans while slaves were
Muslims, pagans, and Africans
c) They could not be bought or sold
d) Slaves frequently were better educated and lived in
towns.
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c) Also, serfs retained essential ownership of
their lands as long as they kept up with their
obligations.
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The major lasting result of the Crusades was the
a) Conversion of eastern Europe to Roman Catholicism
b) Establishment of cultural and economic contacts
between western Europe and the Middle East
c) Conquest of the Holy Land and Jerusalem
d) Destruction of the European nobility and military
class.
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b) The Crusades helped expose the West
to new cultural and economic influences
from the Middle East. This was a major
spur to further change.
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The Hanseatic League is an example of
a)
A military triumvirate
b) A commercial alliance
c)
The growth of cultural institutions in the late Middle Ages.
d) The educational collaboration of the ear.
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c) Cities in northern Germany and southern
Scandinavia grouped together in the Hanseatic
League to encourage trade.
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