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1 AP Questions on the Resurgence of Empire in East Asia, India and the Indian Ocean Basin

2 The Tang dynasty had a system of Roads that was similar to A. Rome and Persia B. Moscow and Kiev C. Athens and Persia D. Egypt and Babylon E. Japans and the Mughals

3 The Tang dynasty had a system of Roads that was similar to A. Rome and Persia

4 The Song dynasty was substantially weakened by Song Taizus decision to A. turn control of the state over to his brilliant Korean bureaucrats B. allow scholar bureaucrats to lead the army C. invade India D. give his generals almost unlimited authority E. dismantle the Chinese bureaucracy

5 The Song dynasty was substantially weakened by Song Taizus decision to B. allow scholar bureaucrats to lead the army

6 The most important new crop introduced into China during the Tang and Song periods was A. cotton B. fast-ripening rice C. indigo D. oranges E. barley

7 The most important new crop introduced into China during the Tang and Song periods was B. fast-ripening rice

8 Foot binding is probably the best example of A. the influence of Japanese traditions on the Chinese B. the increasing freedom of Chinese women during the Song dynasty C. the increasing patriarchal nature of Chinese society D. the influence of Buddhist customs as the religion became more popular in China E. the technological brilliance of the Song dynasty

9 Foot binding is probably the best example of C. the increasing patriarchal nature of Chinese society

10 The Silla dynasty in Korea copied China in many ways, but never A. established a Confucian examination system B. established a bureaucracy based on merit C. formed a tributary relationship with China D. converted to Buddhism E. adopted Confucian thought

11 The Silla dynasty in Korea copied China in many ways, but never B. established a bureaucracy based on merit

12 In relation to Chinese traditions and influences, Vietnamese women A. had fewer rights than Chinese women B. were excluded from the local marketplaces C. were forced to accept foot binding D. wrote many more books than their Chinese counterparts E. played a more prominent role in society and the economy

13 In relation to Chinese traditions and influences, Vietnamese women E. played a more prominent role in society and the economy

14 Japan was indebted to China for all of the following EXCEPT: A. Confucian values B. a system of writing C. the Bushido D. Buddhist theoloogy E. a concept of centralized government

15 Japan was indebted to China for all of the following EXCEPT: C. the Bushido

16 Japan absorbed all of the following from Chinese culture EXCEPT A. Chinese ideographs into its writing B. Confucian values of respect for the elderly C. an emphasis on education D. an elite scholar-gentry class E. styles of temple architecture

17 Japan absorbed all of the following from Chinese culture EXCEPT D. an elite scholar-gentry class

18 Japanese feudalism resulted in part because of A. The emperors ability to rule effectively B. The failure of the Heian government to govern efficiently C. the overthrow of the shogun after 1200 A.D. (C.E.) D. the decline of the samurai class E. widespread famine in Japan in 900 A.D. (C.E.)

19 Japanese feudalism resulted in part because of B. The failure of the Heian government to govern efficiently

20 Society under Japanese feudalism A. allowed considerable freedom for women B. was dominated by the samurai warrior class C. was an imperial autocracy D. allowed peasants the chance to own their own land E. saw the decline of the landed daimyo

21 Society under Japanese feudalism B. was dominated by the samurai warrior class

22 Which of the following two religions have had the greatest impact on Japan through the centuries? A. Taoism and Buddhism B. Shinto and Buddhism C. Animism and Hinduism D. Christianity and Confucianism E. Judaism and Taoism

23 Which of the following two religions have had the greatest impact on Japan through the centuries? B. Shinto and Buddhism

24 All of the following were tribute states to China in 1000 A.D. (C.E.) EXCEPT: A. Korea B. Vietnam C. Burma D. Afghanistan E. Japan

25 All of the following were tribute states to China in 1000 A.D. (C.E.) EXCEPT: D. Afghanistan

26 In the period between 600 and 1450, which of the following roles were pursued by many Indian and European women? A. Workers in domestic industries and field workers. B. Political activists and public speakers. C. Long-distance merchants and guild leaders. D. Scholars and physicians. E. Religious leaders and legislative representatives.

27 In the period between 600 and 1450, which of the following roles were pursued by many Indian and European women? A. Workers in domestic industries and field workers.

28 The map above shows what significant economic developments? (A) Trade connections that linked the Hellenistic and Maurya empires to African cities from 300 through 150 B.C.E. (B) Trading networks that promoted the growth of new cities from 600 C.E. through 1450 C.E. (C) Chinese dominance of Indian Ocean trading networks because of the voyages of Zheng He in the 1400s C.E. (D) Changes in Indian Ocean trading networks that resulted from technological innovations from 1450 C.E. through 1750 C.E.

29 The map above shows what significant economic developments? (B) Trading networks that promoted the growth of new cities from 600 C.E. through 1450 C.E.

30 The Delhi sultans were A. proponents of a more syncretic version of Islam B. not able to conquer all of India until they united with the Chinese C. able to make Islam the main religion of India D. never able to expand their control beyond northern India E. able to unite all of India for the first time since the Mauryans

31 The Delhi sultans were D. never able to expand their control beyond northern India

32 The biggest difference between Melaka and the other states influenced by India was that Melaka A. built a large, centralized land empire B. became predominantly Islamic C. played a role in sea trade, while the other states relied on land trade D. started out as mainly Islamic but later converted to Buddhism E. was predominantly Hindu

33 The biggest difference between Melaka and the other states influenced by India was that Melaka B. became predominantly Islamic

34 The kingdoms of southern India were mainly A. Jain and so remote that trade was difficult B. Islamic and unified C. Sikh and united with the Muslims at overthrowing the Hindus D. Buddhist and constantly warring E. Hindu and often fragmented

35 The kingdoms of southern India were mainly E. Hindu and often fragmented

36 Hindu temples A. remained centers of womens rights B. played an important role in the agricultural and financial development of southern India C. disappeared in southern India because of the prominence of Islam D. were never able to compete with the strong Buddhist temples in northern India E. held southern India back economically because of the Hindu law against lending money

37 Hindu temples B. played an important role in the agricultural and financial development of southern India

38 The design of the Khmer temples of Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat show A. a definite influence from the Tang dynasty B. the growing influence of Islam C. the influence of both Hindu and Buddhist traditions D. a Confucian influence E. that the Khmer were the only kingdom in southeast Asia that avoided Indian influence

39 The design of the Khmer temples of Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat show C. the influence of both Hindu and Buddhist traditions

40 The Khmer Empire was located in present-day A. Bangledesh B. China C. Malaysia D. Cambodia E. India

41 The Khmer Empire was located in present-day D. Cambodia

42 The photograph of Angkor Wat is an example of A. the spread of Islam to Southeast Asia B. the wealth of the spice trade Japanese architecture D. Hindu influence in Southeast Asia E. the Chinese reconquest of Indochina

43 The photograph of Angkor Wat is an example of D. Hindu influence in Southeast Asia

44 In the map, the A shows the location of A. the Mediterranean Sea B. the Atlantic Ocean C. the Black Sea D. the Indian Ocean E. the South China Sea

45 In the map, the A shows the location of D. the Indian Ocean

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