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SEMESTER EXAM REVIEW
The term prehistoric means before the time of homo sapiens.
FALSE Before written records
The main result of domestication of animals was that humans had a ready supply of meat and animal products.
The purpose of slash and burn was to clear land for farming.
Neolithic refers to a time before farming.
FALSE Neolithic refers to the time farming began.
Nomads were Neolithic People.
False – Nomads were Paleolithic, moving from place to place in search of food.
Polytheism is the belief in many gods.
A dynasty is a established through a family of rulers.
The soil deposited by flood waters is called delta.
False Soil deposited by flood waters is called silt.
The first form of writing was hieroglyphics.
False The first form of writing was cuneiform.
A political unit that has its own government, army and culture is called a city- state.
The process in which ideas, beliefs, and products are exchanged among groups of people is known as assimilation.
False The exchange of goods and products among people is known as cultural diffusion.
Rivers were geographic barriers for Egypt in ancient time.
False Deserts were Egypts natural barriers.
Egypts form of government was a theocracy.
A phalanx was a type of government in Greece.
False Phalanx is a military formation.
In Buddhism, the release from selfishness and pain that comes from complete understanding is known as moksha.
False Nirvana is the release from selfishness and pain in Buddhism. (moksha=Hinduism)
The most sacred writing of the Jewish religion is the Torah.
Hindu and Buddhist followers, both believe in reincarnation.
Unlike other River Valley civilizations, the Indus had no advanced technology.
False The Indus had an advanced civilization including technology and a system of writing.
Acropolis means the highest place in the city-state.
A tyrant was different from other rulers because he was always the second son.
False A tyrant seized power illegally.
During the Peloponnesian War 1/3 of the Athenians died of the plague.
Athens won the Peloponnesian War.
False Sparta won the Peloponnesian War.
Plato was the Greek philosopher condemned to death for teaching against the gods and corrupting the minds of the youth.
False Socrates was put to death for corrupting the minds of the youth and teaching against the gods.
Philip II was a student of Socrates.
False Phillip II was the father of Alexander the Great.
Darius III was the ruler of Persia.
Demosthenes was a Greek who warned the city states to unite against Macedonia.
Alexander the Great conquered lands in Greece, Persia, Egypt, and China.
False ATG conquered lands in Greece, Persia, Egypt, and India.
Alexandria Egypt was the center of Hellenistic culture.
Consuls were two men who headed the Roman government with a term of one year.
The Etruscans were the farmers and shepherds who first inhabited the area of Rome.
False The Latins were farmers and shepherds who first inhabited the area of Rome.
The first government of Rome was an oligarchy.
False After the overthrow of Tarquin the Proud, the first government was a monarchy which was overthrown to establish a republic.
During the Roman republic, the Patricians were powerful, wealthy aristocrats.
The Romans based their gods on the gods of the Egyptians.
False Roman gods were based on the Greek gods.
Hannibal led Carthage against Rome in the Punic War.
The Punic wars were fought over control of trade in the Mediterranean Sea.
Hannibal, the Roman general used war elephants against the Carthaginian soldiers.
False Hannibal, the Carthaginian general, used war elephants against Rome.
Pax Romana was a 200 year period of Roman peace.
The last ruler in the Roman Republic was Julius Caesar.
Constantine divided the Roman Empire into east and west.
False Constantine converted to Christianity and moved the capital of Rome to Constantinople. (Diocletian divided the empire)
Legions were divisions of the Roman military assigned to protect Rome and the provinces.
The major struggles of the Roman Republic were between the rich and the poor.
Plebeians were the Roman commoners.
The Diaspora was the scattering of Romans throughout the provinces.
False The Diaspora was the dispersal (scattering) of Jews from the land of Israel.
Homer wrote the Aeneid.
False Virgil wrote the Aeneid.
The Hajj is the modest clothing worn by Muslim women.
F False Hajj is the pilgrimage Muslims make, once in a lifetime to Mecca.
The Quran is the holy book of Islam.
The Islamic house of worship is called a temple.
False An Islamic house of worship is called a mosque.
Genghis Khan united the Mongol tribes and conquered a large portion of Europe.
False He united the Mongols but conquered large portion of Asia.
Justinians Code was a body of civil law for the Roman Empire.
False. Justinians Code was a body of civil law for the Byzantine Empire.
The Byzantine Emperor, Leo III, supported the iconoclasts.
The creation of the Cyrillic alphabet strongly influenced the cultural development of Russia.
When the Russian and Mongol armies refused to fight the result was freedom for the Mongols from Russian rule.
False. The refusal to fight meant freedom for the Russians from Mongol rule.
A pastoralist makes a living by serving in a church.
False. A pastoralist makes a living by herding animals.
The magnetic compass is one of the important inventions of the Tang and Song Dynasties.
Kublai Khan ruled most of his life in China.
The Germanic tribes were united because of a common language.
False. The Germanic tribes spoke many different languages and did not begin to be unite until Clovis united the Frankish tribes.
The Treaty of Verdun divided the kingdom of Clovis.
False. The Treaty of Verdun divided the kingdom of Charlemagne among his grandsons.
A vassal was one in the European Middle Ages who received land.
An interdict on the kings subjects would keep them from participating in the sacraments of the church.
The chief goal of the Crusades was to protect the Byzantine Empire from Muslim invaders.
False The purpose of the Crusades was to recapture the Holy Lands from the Muslims.
Portugals initial interest in Africa was for the purpose of trade.
The chief means of social and political organization in the African stateless societies was Islamic Law.
False The chief means of social and political organization was lineage groups.
The central issue of the Hundred Years War was the throne of France.
The Crusaders were most responsible for spreading the Bubonic Plague.
False. Traders were most responsible for the spread of the Bubonic Plague.
The Magna Carta guaranteed basic legal rights to the English lords who forced King John to sign it.
The effect of the Three Field System was that crops could be grown on 1/3 of the land.
False The effect of the Three Field System was that more farmers could grow more food for the growing population.
The rulers of Ghana grew rich through controlling the gold and salt trade.
Utopia literally means highest place.
False Utopia means no place. It was the title of Thomas Mores book, Utopia.
The birthplace of the Renaissance was in Germany.
False It was in Italy.
Henry II declared himself the head of the English Church.
False. It was Henry VIII.
St. Ignatius of Loyola organized a group of missionaries to convert non-Christians to Catholicism.
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