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3 Chichen-Itza Pizaaaaa! JunkHoly Shi’ite! Sub- Saharan Shakedown Serf and Turf

4 Religion in Teotihaucan was: a. polytheistic b. monotheistic c. Christian d. Secular e. Atheist Check Your Answer Pizza for 1

5 a. polytheistic Pizza for 1 Back to the Game Board

6 Which Mesoamerican group practiced human sacrifice? a. Maya b. Aztec c. Olmec d. Toltec e. All of these Check Your Answer Pizza for 2

7 e. All of these Pizza for 2 Back to the Game Board

8 The benefit of chinampas was: a. organic agriculture b. centralized farming space. c. taking up less habitable space for humans and livestock d. year-round agriculture was possible. e. easy access to watering crops. Check Your Answer Pizza for 3

9 d. year-round agriculture was possible. Pizza for 3 Back to the Game Board

10 Maya sacrificial victims typically consisted of a. volunteers. b. drafted commoners who "lost" the lottery. c. slaves who were old or no longer valuable. d. captured nobility from other areas. e. prisoners of war.. Check Your Answer Pizza for 4

11 d. captured nobility from other areas. Pizza for 4 Back to the Game Board

12 Which of the following groups was the earliest Mesoamerican civilization? a. Toltecs b. Olmec c. Maya d. Aztecs e. Oaxacans Check Your Answer Pizza for 5

13 b. Olmec Pizza for 5 Back to the Game Board

14 The savannah region of Africa was characterized by a. tropical rain forests b. desert. c. long grasses and scattered forests. d. thick groves of trees. e. lush oases with water and palm trees. Check Your Answer Bantu for 1

15 c. long grasses and scattered forests. Bantu for 1 Back to the Game Board

16 Africa is the home to approximately how many languages, emphasizing its diversity? a. 250 b. 500 c d e Check Your Answer Bantu for 2

17 d Bantu for 2 Back to the Game Board

18 Which of the following does not constitute a shared cultural heritage, or "great tradition"? a. Political unity b. A written language c. Ethical codes d. Intellectual traditions e. Common legal and belief systems Check Your Answer Bantu for 3

19 a. Political unity Bantu for 3 Back to the Game Board

20 Which of the following is not an example of a broad common element underlying African life and culture? a. Cultivation by hoe and digging stick b. Distinctive musical characteristics c. Concepts of kingship d. Fixed social categories e. A common language Check Your Answer Bantu for 4

21 e. A common language. Bantu for 4 Back to the Game Board

22 Pan-African cultural patterns may have been shaped by a. environmental changes that inspired southern migration. b. environmental changes that inspired northern migration. c. political changes that inspired the destruction of kinship networks. d. a period wherein the storm track moved south to Africa. e. political unity imposed by Islam. Check Your Answer Bantu for 5

23 a. environmental changes that inspired southern migration Bantu for 5 Back to the Game Board

24 The unified community that accepted Islam and believed that Muhammad was the "Messenger of God" was called the a. jihad. b. hijra. c. shaitan. d. ka'ba. e. umma. Check Your Answer Sunni for 1

25 e. umma. Sunni for 1 Back to the Game Board

26 Why was the direction of prayer focused on Mecca? a. because Mecca is the site of the Ka'ba. b. because that is where Mohammad had his revelations. c. that is where Mohammad was buried. d. because it is 180 degrees opposite of Jerusalem e. because it was believed to be the site where Abraham made his covenant with God. Check Your Answer Sunni for 2

27 a. because Mecca is the site of the Ka'ba. Sunni for 2 Back to the Game Board

28 Muslim religious practice is based on the a. Three Goals to Salvation. b. Ten Commandments. c. Eightfold Path. d. Four Noble Truths. e. Five Pillars. Check Your Answer Sunni for 3

29 e. Five Pillars. Sunni for 3 Back to the Game Board

30 Muhammad's revelations from the angel are compiled in a book called a. the Hadith. b. the Third Testament. c. the Quran. d. the Ka'ba. e. the Revelations. Check Your Answer Sunni for 4

31 c. the Quran.. Sunni for 4 Back to the Game Board

32 The subsequent split of supporters to different caliphs, or successors, divided the umma into a. Shi'ites and Sunnis. b. Sunnis and Sufis. c. Mobad and Quran. d. Shi'a and Mobad. e. Hadj and Sunni. Check Your Answer Sunni for 5

33 a. Shi'ites and Sunnis Sunni for 5 Back to the Game Board

34 The Treaty of Verdun resulted in a. the formal declaration of Roman Christianity for kingdoms of Charlemagne. b. a cessation of hostilities between the Muslims and Christians in Spain. c. the division of the Holy Roman Empire among Charlemagne's grandsons. d. a reconciliation between the Eastern Orthodox and Western (Catholic) Christian sects. e. formal surrender of Constantinople to the Seljuk Turks. Check Your Answer Serf l for 1

35 c. the division of the Holy Roman Empire among Charlemagne's grandsons. Serf for 1 Back to the Game Board

36 The end of Anglo-Saxon domination in England came in the late 11 th century with: a. the initiation of the Crusades. b. the fall of the Umayyad caliphate. c. civil war in Scandinavia recalling marauders home. d. invasion of the Norman king William. e. overthrow of the witan by Celtic forces. Check Your Answer Serf for 2

37 d. invasion of the Norman king William. Serf for 2 Back to the Game Board

38 Agricultural workers who belonged to the manor and were obligated to the lord were a. satraps. b. serfs. c. mobads. d. bailiffs. e. sheriffs. Check Your Answer Serf for 3

39 b. serfs. Serf for 3 Back to the Game Board

40 The term investiture controversy refers to the a. struggle for control of ecclesiastical appointments. b. debate over how to invest church funds. c. conflict over choosing new popes. d. amount of power local priests were allowed. e. issue of whether a noble could marry a commoner. Check Your Answer Serf for 4

41 a. struggle for control of ecclesiastical appointments Serf for 4 Back to the Game Board

42 One of the most important effects of monasticism was a. the preservation of literacy and learning, particularly with regard to ancient Latin texts. b. the new hierarchy it imposed on the church. c. the aggressive missionary efforts of Benedictine monks. d. the creation of a religious warrior class. e. preserving the work of the ancient Greeks. Check Your Answer Serf for 5

43 a. the preservation of literacy and learning, particularly with regard to ancient Latin texts. Serf for 5 Back to the Game Board

44 The Tang Empire declined when a. earthquakes and tidal waves destroyed coastal cities. b. plague swept the capital. c. the Grand Canal silted up and the government couldn't afford to dredge it. d. political decay and military decline undermined the social order. e. the Yellow River flooded and destroyed all of the good farmland. Check Your Answer 1

45 d. political decay and military decline undermined the social order. 1 Back to the Game Board

46 Which are important technological innovations of the Song Empire? a. The stern-mounted rudder, high-quality steel, and gunpowder b. Silk, the saddle, and the printing press c. The battering ram, the chariot, and the lateen sail d. The astrolabe, the horse collar, and the crossbow e. The clock, paper, and the cure for the plague Check Your Answer for 2

47 a. The stern-mounted rudder, high-quality steel, and gunpowder for 2 Back to the Game Board

48 Some Buddhists drew upon Indian and Tibetan folk practice and created a meditative practice known as a. yoga. b. kung fu. c. Chan or Zen Buddhism. d. Ju Duo. e. pranayama. Check Your Answer for 3

49 c. Chan or Zen Buddhism. for 3 Back to the Game Board

50 By instituting civil service examinations for entrance into the government bureaucracy, the Song a. ensured that only the wealthy elite would retain positions of power. b. recruited the most talented men for government service. c. tried to limit the number of civil servants. d. drove the most talented people out of the country. e. severely limited its ability to get competent civil servants. Check Your Answer for 4

51 b. recruited the most talented men for government service. for 4 Back to the Game Board

52 The Song system of credit was based on guarantees that paper money could be redeemed for coinage. This was called a. "flying money." b. mercantilism. c. "xinming." d. "paper tiger." e. "dollar dragon." Check Your Answer for 5

53 a. "flying money." for 5 Back to the Game Board


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