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Presentation on theme: "GruyereGorgonzolaSwiss ProvoloneGouda 1111 3333 2222 4444 5555 1111 3333 2222 4444 5555 1111 3333 2222 4444 5555 3333 2222 5555 1111 3333 2222 4444."— Presentation transcript:

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4 One of the significant factors delaying English and French settlement of the Americas was a. lack of participation in the sugar trade. b. their ongoing industrial revolution. c. involvement in the wars of religion during the Reformation. d. A wide variety of premium cheeses e. inferior shipbuilding capabilities. Check Your Answer Doom for 1

5 c. involvement in the wars of religion during the Reformation. Doom for 1 Back to the Game Board

6 The most important agent for transmitting European beliefs, language, and culture in Spanish America and Brazil was the a. Council of the Indies. b. Spanish and Portuguese armies. c. Catholic Church. d. plantation system. e. Lantern Council. Check Your Answer Doom for 2

7 c. Catholic Church. Doom for 2 Back to the Game Board

8 The Glorious Revolution established what in England? a. A constitution and a bill of rights b. A Puritan dominated church c. A House of Commons in parliament d. An empire more expansive than any other European power. e. A long history of notoriously poor dental hygiene Check Your Answer Doom for 3

9 a. A constitution and a bill of rights Doom for 3 Back to the Game Board

10 Which export product dominated the Brazilian economy by the seventeenth century? a. gold. b. silver. c. maize. d. slaves. e. sugar. Check Your Answer Doom for 4

11 e. sugar. Doom for 4 Back to the Game Board

12 Which new form of compulsory labor was first introduced by the English in North America? a. Black slave labor b. Amerindian slave labor c. Indentured servants d. The mita and encomienda e. Concubinage Check Your Answer Doom for 5

13 c. Indentured servants Doom for 5 Back to the Game Board

14 How was the Versailles palace a sort of "theme park" of royal absolutism? a. There were many exciting rides and attractions for foreign tourists. b. It housed the world’s first bearded lady, Marie Antoinette c. Each year the national anthem was played to set the theme of the holiday season. d. There was an annual contest to select the theme of the palace. e. The gigantic palace symbolized the French monarch's triumph over the rights of the nobility. Check Your Answer RRA for 1

15 e. The gigantic palace symbolized the French monarch's triumph over the rights of the nobility. RRA for 1 Back to the Game Board

16 The French settlements in America resembled Spanish and Portuguese colonies in that they wanted to a. draft Amerindians for military service. b. extract resources and convert the population to Christianity. c. free the Amerindians from oppression by the Aztec kings. d. protect the environment while preserving Amerindian culture. e. do none of these; the French actually resembled the English more than they did the Spanish or Portuguese. Check Your Answer RRA for 2

17 b. extract resources and convert the population to Christianity. RRA for 2 Back to the Game Board

18 Men outnumbered women on Caribbean plantations because a. twice as many men were imported. b. men lived much longer than women. c. women were not as strong as men. d. women were more susceptible to disease than men. e. women refused to consent to plantation work. Check Your Answer RRA for 3

19 a. twice as many men were imported. RRA for 3 Back to the Game Board

20 The English Navigation Acts in the 1660s were meant to a. confine trade to English ships and cargoes. b. restrict the English shipping industry. c. put a tariff on English goods. d. restrict the English slave trade. e. encourage free trade. Check Your Answer RRA for 4

21 a. confine trade to English ships and cargoes. RRA for 4 Back to the Game Board

22 In 1453, the Ottoman armies attacked Constantinople and brought an end to a. Roman rule. b. Byzantine rule. c. Arab rule. d. Egyptian rule. e. Mongol rule. Check Your Answer RRA for 5

23 b. Byzantine rule. RRA for 5 Back to the Game Board

24 Iran became most closely associated with the manufacture of which item? a. Silk b. Coffee c. Porcelain d. Carpets e. Camel saddles Check Your Answer H&H for 1

25 d. Carpets H&H for 1 Back to the Game Board

26 Which Italian city-state became a commercial rival and military foe of the Ottoman Empire? a. Venice b. Genoa c. Florence d. Rome e. Turin Check Your Answer H&H for 2

27 a. Venice H&H for 2 Back to the Game Board

28 Most slaves taken from Africa were a. kidnapped. b. prisoners of war. c. criminals. d. political opponents. e. Muslims. Check Your Answer H&H for 3

29 b. prisoners of war. H&H for 3 Back to the Game Board

30 Most slaves died of a. poor nutrition. b. disease. c. overwork. d. abuse. e. accident. Check Your Answer H&H for 4

31 b. disease. H&H for 4 Back to the Game Board

32 In French Canada, Jesuit efforts to convert the native people to Christianity led to the a. founding of schools, hospitals, and churches. b. Battle of Montreal. c. Great Schism. d. Amerindians being pushed to Puritanism. e. Stono Rebellion. Check Your Answer H&H for 5

33 a. founding of schools, hospitals, and churches. H&H for 5 Back to the Game Board

34 "Drivers" were typically a. white indentured servants. b. white overseers. c. free black overseers. d. male slaves. e. ship captains. Check Your Answer Dutch Wildcard for 1

35 "Drivers" were typically a. white indentured servants. b. white overseers. c. free black overseers. d. male slaves. e. ship captains. Dutch Wildcard for 1 Back to the Game Board

36 During the "sugar boom" from 1650 to 1800, ____ slaves were transported. a. 800,000 b. 1.6 million c. 5.5 million d. 7.5 million e. 10 million Check Your Answer Dutch Wildcard for 2

37 d. 7.5 million Dutch Oven for 2 Back to the Game Board

38 Mughal is Persian for a. infidel. b. interloper. c. conquerors. d. Mongol. e. Mamluk. Check Your Answer Double Dutch for 3

39 d. Mongol.. Dutch for 3 Back to the Game Board

40 The greatest source for slaves for the Atlantic trade was from: a. Asante b. Oyo c. Biafra d. Angola e. Luanda Check Your Answer Dutch for 4

41 d. Angola Dutch for 4 Back to the Game Board

42 Plantation slaves were motivated to work hard a. to earn extra wages. b. because they were promised freedom. c. to escape punishment. d. because they were rewarded with extra food. e. because they were promised a share of the profits. Check Your Answer Dutch for 5

43 c. to escape punishment. Dutch for 5 Back to the Game Board

44 The Mughal Empire was quite prosperous in the sixteenth century because it a. traded cotton cloth. b. mined gold in Siberia. c. grew cash crops such as coffee and cacao. d. colonized the Americas. e. All of these Check Your Answer Qing for 1

45 a. traded cotton cloth. Qing 1 Back to the Game Board

46 In Iran, the mandated conversion to Shi'ism was a. accepted as the word of god by the Sunnis. b. accomplished peacefully in building a multinational empire. c. a deciding factor in keeping Ismail and his descendants at war. d. only for the select members of the qizilbash in Iran. e. done for purposes of unifying with the Abbasid Caliphate. Check Your Answer Qing for 2

47 c. a deciding factor in keeping Ismail and his descendants at war.. Qing for 2 Back to the Game Board

48 Both Muslims and Europeans obtained slaves from sub- Saharan Africa, but a. the Islamic trade was much smaller. b. the European trade was much smaller. c. both slave trades ended soon after they began. d. Africans refused to deal with Muslim traders. e. Africans refused to deal with European traders. Check Your Answer Qing for 3

49 a. the Islamic trade was much smaller. Qing for 3 Back to the Game Board

50 The African state most dependent on the slave trade was a. Oyo. b. Dahomey. c. Asante. d. Elmina. e. Kush. Check Your Answer Qing for 4

51 b. Dahomey. Qing for 4 Back to the Game Board

52 Life expectancy for nineteenth-century Brazilian male slaves was a. 10 years. b. 23 years. c. 39 years. d. 50 years. e. 65 years. Check Your Answer Qing for 5

53 b. 23 years. Qing for 5 Back to the Game Board


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