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6 789101112 131415161718 1920212223 Final Review Civilizations 54321 24
Question 1 primary source, trade, China
Answer 1 Marco Polo
Question 2 Advances in math, science, medicine; tolerance; preserved Greek culture
Answer 2 Islam – Golden Age
Question 3 Population decrease, disease, interaction
Answer 3 The Plague
Question 4 Regain holy lands, resulted in trade between Europe and Asia
Answer 4 Crusades
Question 5 isolationism, feudalism, Japan
Answer 5 Tokugawa Shogunate
Question 6 Capital of Byzantine, Ottoman Turks 1453
Answer 6 Fall of Constantinople
Question 7 India; advanced art, science, and math; Golden Age
Answer 7 Gupta Empire
Question 8 Japan, warriors, chivalry, code
Answer 8 bushido
Question 9 Axum, Mali, Songhai, Kush, Ghana
Answer 9 African Trading Kingdoms
Question 10 location and trade, Byzantine capital
Answer 10 Constantinople
Question 11 Mongols
Answer 11 conquerors
Question 12 decentralized government, chaos, social structure
Answer 12 Medieval Europe
Question 13 spread Islam, pilgrimage, trade, Mali
Answer 13 Mansa Musa
Question 14 Orthodox Church, Byzantine influence
Answer 14 Early Russia
Question 15 Political system, rigid social structure, church, chivalry, weak central government
Answer 15 Feudalism
Question 16 China, influence on Japan and Korea
Answer 16 Tang and Song Dynasties
Question 17 Byzantine Empire, standard code of laws
Answer 17 Justinian Code
Question 18 Muslim leader, defeated Crusaders
Answer 18 Saladin
Question 19 isolationism, separated from Europe, tribute
Answer 19 Mongols in Russia
Question 20 Frankish Empire, Spread Christianity
Answer 20 Charlemagne
Question 21 Economic system, manor system, church was center
Answer 21 Manorialism
Question 22 primary source, trade, Islam
Answer 22 Ibn Battuta
Question 23 Christianity; preserved Greek culture; impact Russia; law and art; Eastern Roman Empire
Answer 23 Byzantine Empire
Question 24 Religious tolerance; Mughal Empire, India; Golden Age
Answer 24 Akbar The Great
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