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2 Final Exam Jeopardy! World History II

3 Jeopardy Rules!  You may only consult with your partners. No one else on your team may assist.  I decide how long each team gets to answer. I make all the final decisions. Don’t whine when things don’t go your way  Don’t cheat or your team loses the point value of the question plus an additional 200 points.  Yes- you may steal if the other team gets a question wrong. But you will lose points if you get it wrong as well. Your whole team may consult on a steal question.

4 > > Greece Basics > Hinduism and Buddhism > Western religions > Middle Ages > Middle Ages Cont. > Renaissance/Reformation > Ottomans and the Age of Exploration > Hodge Podge >

5 Greece Basics and the SAD Cycle *

6 This occurs when a society can make laws, maintain an army/navy, collect taxes and provide public services. *

7 The Greeks developed these as part of their religion to explain natural phenomena and human passions. * *

8 This blind traveling poet is credited with “writing” the Iliad and the Odyssey. *

9 This occurs when a civilization conquers stuff, builds stuff, creates stuff and/or studies stuff *

10 This epic poem contains the legend of the Trojan War and classic characters like Achilles and Hector. *

11 This is always begins with weak leadership- it occurs when a society can longer meet its basic needs. *

12 This early Greek civilization was invaded by the Dorians who could not read or write and who plunged Greece into a dark age. *

13 Identify 2 differences between Athens and Sparta. *

14 Hinduism and Buddhism *

15 The founder of Buddhism- a prince who gave up everything to solve the problem of human suffering. *

16 The idea (in both Hinduism and Buddhism) that your soul is reborn after death. *

17 The sum of your good and bad deeds that follows your soul into the next life and determines your health, wealth, etc. *

18 The individual soul who seeks to be reunited with the world soul. *

19 Buddhism rejects this idea of Hinduism- it’s basically a really extreme social structure for society. *

20 The world soul to which all individual souls seek to reunite. *

21 The overland trade route linking the countries of Asia- it’s how Buddhism spread beyond India. *

22 It’s the end goal for Buddhism- you achieve it by following the eight- fold path. *

23 Western Religions *

24 It’s the holy book for Judaism. *

25 The founder of Islam- he lived on the Arabian Peninsula. *

26 Founder of Christianity who was crucified as a rebel by the Romans. *

27 People who are willing to die for their faith- the Romans made a lot of them during the Persecutions of the Christians. *

28 It means belief in many gods- most ancient religions were this. *

29 He led the Hebrews out of slavery in Egypt, gave them the Ten Commandments and led them back to Canaan. * *

30 Muhammad's flight from Mecca to Medina where he was accepted as a political as well as a religious leader. *

31 The founder of Judaism but all three Western Religions can be traced back to him. * *

32 Middle Ages *

33 This group of invaders pillaged up down the coast of Western Europe until their own climate warmed up enough to grow more food. *

34 This Frankish king was the first to convert to Christianity. *

35 It means worldly and non-religious- the church became more and more like this as the middle ages progressed. *

36 He established the largest empire in Western Europe since the Romans and was big supporter of education and schools. *

37 These institutions kept learning alive in Europe during the Middle Ages by keeping and copying manuscripts. *

38 The result of this innovation (new idea)was more food and a growth in the population during the Middle Ages. *

39 They owed taxes, loyalty and military service in exchange for a fief. * *

40 This agreement divided Charlemagne’s empire among his three grandsons. *

41 Middle Ages cont *

42 This group benefitted from the Black Death with opportunities for higher wages and moving to a new manor or the city. *

43 This pope started the Crusades by calling for soldiers to go to defend Constantinople against the Muslims. *

44 It’s a political system based on mutual obligation and military service. *

45 A gift of land that a lord gave to a vassal. *

46 The movement to drive the Muslims out of Spain was called this. *

47 This era is the bridge between the Ancient World and the Modern Era. *

48 Monks lived and worked here and nuns lived and worked here. *

49 These two warrior kings fought during the third crusade and ended up signing a truce. *

50 Renaissance/ Reformation *

51 He was the best example of a renaissance man from this time- artist, sculptor and scientist. *

52 He was the most famous author of the Elizabethan era writing many plays that are still performed to this day. *

53 This technique gave the appearance of depth 3-d on a flat surface- it made art more realistic looking. *

54 He invented the printing press- one the most important inventions of all time. *

55 This German monk began by protesting against indulgences and ended up starting a the Protestant Reformation. *

56 He and his banking family encouraged the Renaissance by supporting artists. *

57 Renaissance writers wrote in this- the common language of the people. *

58 Another name for the Church of England- it was a mixture of Catholic and Protestant under Elizabeth I *

59 The Ottomans and the Age of Exploration *

60 It means warrior for Islam- Osman was one of the most famous of these. *

61 He started a school of navigation and supported voyages with his own money. *

62 He sailed for Spain and discovered a new world looking for Asia *

63 Desire for these products from Asia was a major cause of the Age of Exploration. *

64 The Spanish replaced this system with African Slavery when the natives were too few or too sick to work for them. *

65 This warrior temporarily halted the expansion of the Ottoman Empire. *

66 He explored the southern tip of Africa for Portugal. *

67 He conquered Constantinople and opened the city to people of all religions. *

68 Hodge Podge *

69 These became the basis for later Jewish religious and civil law. *

70 It’s how plague reached Italy in the spring of *

71 He pioneered the all water route to Asia (India) for Portugal. *

72 A division with in Islam- this group believes that the caliph can be anyone who follows the example of Muhammad. *

73 He was a successful warrior, developed a tax and law code and was a generous patron of the arts and education. * *

74 This Christian Humanist was executed for treason for not supporting the Act of Supremacy. * *

75 An economic system in which a country’s power is measured by its wealth (how much gold/silver it has) *

76 Symptoms of this disease include swellings on neck, armpit and groin that turn black and become puss-filled. Fun! *

77 More Practice: Other left over ideas

78 It’s how the Black Death arrived in Europe

79 The King of England who divorced his wife to marry Anne Boleyn to have a son.

80 It’s a three part trading system dealing with raw materials, manufactured goods and slaves.

81 This Byzantine emperor established a law code, Built the Hagia Sophia and conquered many lands during his reign.

82 This system was used by the Ottomans- it included drafting boys from Christian homes, converting them and training them as soldiers or slaves.

83 The forced scattering of Jewish communities outside their homeland by the Romans in response to their consistent rebellions.

84 Europe got tomatoes, potatoes, corn, squash and chocolate and the New World got disease, horses and cows as a result of this.

85 The Pax Romana and this Apostle helped to spread Christianity throughout the Roman Empire.

86 A division within Islam that believes that the caliph must be a relative of Muhammad.

87 This pope began the Crusades by promising the reward of heaven to anyone who fought and died in one.

88 These writings contain the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth

89 These wars between Christians and Muslims over control of the Holy Land resulted in hostility between the two religions that exists until this day.

90 All of these terms refer to warriors in Islamic armies.

91 The head of the Roman Catholic Church is called this.

92 It’s where the Renaissance writers, painters, sculptors and architects found their inspiration.

93 This means deputy or successor- the leader of the Muslims after Muhammad

94 This monk angered Martin Luther by selling indulgences in his hometown.

95 This mongol skillful warrior king established one of the largest empires of all time though brutal conquest and diplomacy.

96 The holy book of Islam.

97 The wife of Justinian who encouraged him to stay and fight during the Nika Rebellion

98 It’s how Justinian and Suleyman the Magnificent are similar.

99 Wealthy people who supported (paid for) the art and literature of the Renaissance- the pope and the de Medici are examples.

100 The Spanish conquistador who conquered the Aztec Empire.

101 Draw the Feudal pyramid

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