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3 Another Presentation © All rights Reserved

4 Directions: Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions (which are really the answers). Enter in the categories on the main game boards. As you play the game, click on the TEXT DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box. When they have given a question, click again anywhere on the screen to see the correct question. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen and checking off as you go. Click on the “Game” box to return to the main scoreboard. Enter the score into the black box on each players podium. Continue until all clues are given. When finished, DO NOT save the game. This will overwrite the program with the scores and data you enter. You MAY save it as a different name, but keep this file untouched!

5 Round 1Round 2 Final Jeopardy

6 Manichaeism Mauryan Empire Zoroastrianism Ashoka IndiaPersians $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Scores

7 $100 Like other religions, the Manichees made this a foundation for their belief

8 $100 Good vs. Evil Scores

9 $200 Two classes of Mani’s followers

10 $200 Elect, or Perfect and Auditors, or Hearers Scores

11 $300 The Christian notion of this was repugnant to the Manichees.

12 $300 Personal sin Scores

13 $400 Mani was born near Baghdad, probably to Persian parents. He was most likely influenced by this religion.

14 $400 Zoroastrianism Scores

15 $500 According to the Manichees, evil appeared in this form

16 $500 Physical form Scores

17 $100 First ruler of the Mauryan empire

18 $100 Chandragupta Scores

19 $200 Chandragupta’s close advisor

20 $200 Kautalya Scores

21 $300 Book that outlined the administrative principles of the Mauryan dynasty

22 $300 Arthashustra Scores

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24 $400 Like the Qin dynasty in China, the Mauryans employed them to control the empire

25 $400 Spies Scores

26 $500 The only part of India that the Mauryans did not control or conquer

27 $500 Southern tip of India Scores

28 $100 Religion that influenced Zarathustra

29 $100 Hinduism Scores

30 $200 Creator and lord of the world

31 $200 Ahura Mazda Scores

32 $300 Hostile spirit

33 $300 Angra Mainyu Scores

34 $400 Bible of the Zoroastrians

35 $400 Zend-Avesta Scores

36 $500 Main reason for the popularity of Zoroastrianism

37 $500 Persian leaders allowed the religion to spread without interference Scores

38 $100 Ashoka had these carved into stone pillars to express his wishes

39 $100 Edicts Scores

40 $200 Ashoka encouraged agriculture by building these

41 $200 Irrigation systems and roads Scores

42 $300 This battle changed Ashoka’s life

43 $300 Kalinga Scores

44 $400 Ashoka converted to this religion after viewing the slaughter at Kalinga

45 $400 Buddhism Scores

46 $500 Ashoka used his power to spread Buddhism to this country

47 $500 China Scores

48 $100 These two epics viewed women as weak

49 $100 Ramayana and Mahabharata Scores

50 $200 This caused the caste system to change in India

51 $200 Trade and industry Scores

52 $300 In classical India, guilds functioned as

53 $300 Subcastes or jati Scores

54 $400 Tremendous wealth gave more influence to these two castes

55 $400 Vaishyas and shudras Scores

56 $500 Name of the rock temple near Bombay that contains a powerful, 18 foot statue of Shiva

57 $500 Elephanta Scores

58 $100 He united the Persian empire, took over Babylon, known for the cylinder used to explain his life and policies

59 $100 Cyrus the Great Scores

60 $200 Nickname for the spy network set up by Darius

61 $200 “Eyes and ears of the king” Scores

62 $300 Persian underground canals

63 $300 qanats Scores

64 $400 In organizing their empire, Persian rulers relied heavily on this civilization’s techniques

65 Mesopotamia $400 Scores

66 $500 Ceremonial capital of the Persian empire

67 $500 Persepolis Scores

68 Zoroastrianism India Jainism Buddhism Persians Trade $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 Round 1 Final Jeopardy Scores

69 $200 Zoroastrian afterlife

70 $200 When a person dies, his good and evil deeds will be weighed against each other, and accordingly as the balance is struck he will be sent to heaven or to hell. Scores

71 $400 He persecuted the Zoroastrians

72 $400 Alexander the Great Scores

73 $600 How Zarathustra viewed the material world

74 $600 As a gift from Ahura Mazda to be enjoyed Scores

75 $800 Foundation of Zoroastrianism

76 $800 “good words, good thoughts, good deeds” Scores

77 $1000 branch of Zoroastrians in India

78 $1000 Parsees Scores

79 $200 Greatest writer in classical India

80 $200 Kalidasa Scores

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82 $400 This type of marriage was common during the Gupta

83 $400 Child marriage Scores

84 $600 This caste was left out of the guilds

85 $600 untouchables Scores

86 $800 Three issues the guilds were responsible for

87 $800 Organized their own courts, disciplined members, resolved differences Scores

88 $1000 Three issues the guilds were responsible for

89 $1000 Regulated community affairs, expelled those who did not abide by the rules, set prices Scores

90 $200 Reformed and refined Jainism

91 $200 Vardhamma Mahavira Scores

92 $400 3 rules practiced by Jainist

93 $400 Destroy no life, do not lie, practice charity Scores

94 $600 3 rules practiced by Jainists

95 $600 Practice chastity, posses nothing, want nothing, devotion of whole life to task Scores

96 $800 Jainism was a rebellion against this religion

97 $800 Hinduism Scores

98 $1000 Enlightenment for Jainists

99 $1000 Jina Scores

100 $200 Founder of Buddhism

101 $200 Siddhartha Gautama Scores

102 $400 Language used to spread Buddhism

103 $400 Language that was common in that area Scores

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105 $600 Two forms of Buddhism

106 $600 Theravada and Mahayana Scores

107 $800 Mahayana Buddhists hope to become this

108 $800 boddhisatvas Scores

109 $1000 Theravada Buddhists strive to become this

110 $1000 arhats Scores

111 $200 Persian empires in chronological order

112 $200 Achaemenids, Seleucids, Parthians, Sasanids Scores

113 $400 Reason for power of Parthian empire

114 $400 Cavalry Scores

115 $600 Two battles during the Persian Wars

116 $600 Marathon and Thermopylae Scores

117 $800 Today, Persia is known as

118 $800 Iran Scores

119 $1000 Word used to describe most Persian rulers

120 $1000 Tolerant Scores

121 $200 3 items the Persians got from the Phoenicians

122 $200 Glass, purple dye, timber Scores

123 $400 Name for silk producution

124 $400 sericulture Scores

125 $600 3 items the Persians got from India

126 $600 Ivory, gold, and aromatics Scores

127 $800 2 items the Persians got from Greece

128 $800 Olive oil and wine Scores

129 $ items the Persians got from Anatolia

130 $1000 Gold, silver, iron, copper Scores

131 India Final Jeopary Question

132 Merchants used the Indian Ocean once they knew these patterns

133 Monsoons Scores


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