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World History Semester Review Review Game
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A1 The main purpose of the pyramids of Egypt was? Tombs for the Pharoahs
A2 W hat do we call the fast flowing water of the Nile? Cataracts
A3 To restore order and harmony Confucius believed government should be organized around what? Relationships
A4 What allowed the Chinese rulers to overthrow a declining dynasty? Mandate of Heaven
A5 Daoism and Yin and Yang focus on what? Natural Order
A6 What is the name of the government of Egypt in which the ruler is god-like? Theocracy
A7 What was the advantage of the Chinese writing system? People from all over the empire could read it, even if they spoke differently.
A8 Between what 2 rivers is the heartland of China found? Huang He and Chang Jiang (Yangtze)
A9 What do geographers call the landmass of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh? Indian Subcontinent
A10 According to legend what was China’s first dynasty? Xia (Shyah)
B1 What is a phalanx? A military formation
B2 What Egyptian city became the center of commerce and and Hellenistic culture? Alexandria
B3 What separted the regions of Greece making it difficult to unite? Mountains
B4 What happened to the first Triumvirate of Caesar, Pompey and Crassus? Caesar and Pompey clashed and fought each other
B5 In ancient Greece a tyrant differed from other leaders because? Seized power illegally
B6 What do we call a fortified hilltop in ancient Greece? An Acropolis
B7 What is a Republic? Power rests with the people who have a right to select their leaders
B8 Who made up the second triumvirate of Rome? Octavian, Antony and Lepidus
B9 Why did Roman Rulers opposed Christians? They refused to worship the Roman Gods.
B10 What do we call the forced dispersal of the Jews? Diaspora
C1 Who set up a panel of experts to compile laws. His wife was Theodora Justinian
C2 Eleanor of Aquitane was famous for being queen of what country? England
C3 Who did pope Gregory VII fight with over the issue of secular appointment of bishops Henry IV
C4 What do we call the Seljuk rulers? Shah
C5 Which Carolingian leader reunited Western Europe and was crowned emperor? Charlemagne
C6 Name the famous Incan leader who expanded the kingdom into an empire. Pachacuti
C7 Name the famous Italian family known for being rulers and supporters of the arts. The Medici Family
C8 Who declared himself head of the English Church? Henry VIII
C9 Eramus and More were known for what? They were both Christian Humanists
C10 Name the Catholic Reformer who founded the Jesuit order. Ignatius of Loyola
D1 What do we call the belief where spirits play an important role in daily life? Animism
D2 What helps historians trace the patterns of migration? Through the patterns of languages spoken
D3 Who is considered the “Mother Culture” of Mesoamerica? The Olmecs
D4 Who built Monte Alban the first real urban center in the Americas? The Zapotec
D5 What group was able to move the massive stone head sculptures? The Olmecs
D6 This West African Empire was influenced by Islam, grew rich by gold-salt trade and was overrun by the Muslim Almoravids. Ghana
D7 This West African Empire was ruled by Mansa Musa, grew rich by the gold-salt trade and was visited by Ibn Battuta. Mali
D8 This West African Empire were from the forest, spoke a common language and built the Ife and Oyo kingdoms they lacked a central government. Yoruba
D9 The Swahili language is a mixture of what 2 languages? Bantu and Arabic
D10 Most of the raw materials that exchanged hands in the East African Trade came from where? Africa
E1 Tikal was name of an important Maya? City
E2 What was used for the Mayan writing system? glyphs
E3 What was the codex used for? To keep track of important records
E4 What was the first full-sized book Gutenberg printed ? The Bible
E5 Who taught about predestination? John Calvin
E6 The study of classical texts caused humanists to focus on what subject? Human potential and achievements
E7 What scientific concept did Indian astronomers prove long before the Europeans did? That the earth is round
E8 What strongly influenced the Russian culture? The Cyrillic Alphabet Written by Saint Cyril and Methodius
E9 The Treaty of Verdun resulted in what? Charlemagne’s empire would be broken into 3 parts
E10 Who protested the sale of indulgences? What was this practice? Martin Luther Selling of pardons that forgave sinners their sins
F1 What was the mock battle called that served as a training exercise for young knights ? Tournaments
F2 Which code were knights expected to follow? Chivalry
F3 What is canon law? The body of rules that governed religious pratices
F4 Which West African Empire encouraged artistic efforts, traded with the Portuguese and was in the savanna? Benin
F5 What does Mutapa mean ? Conqueror
F6 This Native America group built pyramids, were warlike and dominated central Mexico before the Aztecs. Toltecs
F7 Who was a feathered serpent, god of the Toltec and Aztec and his followers believed he would return? Quetzalcoatl
F8 What caused the Inca Empire to decline? Struggle between rivals for the throne
F9 This refers to the migration of Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Yathrib. Hijrah
F10 What is Sunna? This is Muhammad’s example and is considered the model for living a proper Muslim life.
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