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Arrange the following in chronological order:


Black Plague; End of Ottoman Empire; Mongol Empire; Conquest of the Incas; Conquest of the Aztecs

Mongol Empire


Black Plague


Conquest of the Aztecs


Conquest of the Incas


End of the Ottoman Empire

Kamikaze:


A. Rulers with unlimited power


B. A type of religion that reconciles different beliefs


C. Divine wind


D. Ruler of an African City-state

C. Divine wind

Autocrat:


A. Rulers with unlimited power


B. A type of religion that reconciles different beliefs


C. Divine wind


D. Ruler of an African City-state

A. Rulers with unlimited power

Syncretic:


A. Rulers with unlimited power


B. A type of religion that reconciles different beliefs


C. Divine wind


D. Ruler of an African City-state

B. A type of religion that reconciles different beliefs

Oba:


A. Rulers with unlimited power


B. A type of religion that reconciles different beliefs


C. Divine wind


D. Ruler of an African City-state

D. Ruler of an African City-state

Tamil:


E. Ethnic traders living on the southeast coast of India


F. Triangular sail


G. Stone used for grinding corn


H. Knotted strings for counting

E. Ethnic traders living on the southeast coast of India

Lateen:


E. Ethnic traders living on the southeast coast of India


F. Triangular sail


G. Stone used for grinding corn


H. Knotted strings for counting

F. Triangular sail

Quipu:


E. Ethnic traders living on the southeast coast of India


F. Triangular sail


G. Stone used for grinding corn


H. Knotted strings for counting

H. Knotted strings for counting

Metate:


E. Ethnic traders living on the southeast coast of India


F. Triangular sail


G. Stone used for grinding corn


H. Knotted strings for counting

G. Stone used for grinding corn

Which of the following was the original faith of the mongols:


A. Islam


B. Shamanism


C. Buddhism


D. Christianity


E. Sufism

B. Shamanism

Which of the following societies continued into the 20th century?


A. Muscovy


B. Ottoman Empire


C. Delhi Sultanate


D. Mughal Empire


E. Safavid Persia

B. Ottoman Empire

The Mongol leader of the Yuan Dynasty who was responsible for the unsuccessful attack on Japan was:


A. Temujin (Genghiz Khan)


B. Ogedei


C. Batu Khan


D. Hulagu


E. Kublai Khan

E. Kublai Khan

Which leader encouraged a syncretic Indian religion, organized a diwan, and appointed mansabdars to represent the government at the local level?


A. Tamerlane


B. Akbar


C. Babur


D. Aurangzeb


E. Shah Jahan

B. Akbar

Of the following, which language emerged as a new language of trade and became the official language of Pakistan?


A. Persian


B. Arabic


C. Hindi


D. Turkic


E. Urdu

E. Urdu

Iran developed a separate identity from other Islamic states of Southwest Asia because


I. The Ottoman Turks who conquered Iran were Shi'ite


II. The Safavid leaders claimed to be successors to Ali, cousin and son-in-law of Muhammed


III. The ruler of Iran, Shah Abbas, built a strong independent national army with the assistance of Sir Anthony Sherley


IV. The Safavid leaders established a theocracy


A. I, II, III


B. I, II, IV


C. I, III, IV


D. II, III, IV


E. all of the above

D. II, III, IV

The Ottoman Turk who conquered Constantinople was


A. Shah Abbas


B. Osman


C. Mehmed II


D. Suleiman


E. Saladin

C. Mehmed II

The janissaries served as


A. ambassadors


B. managers of landed estates


C. the sultan's closest advisers


D. provincial governors


E. None of these

E. None of these

Among the causes that inspired volunteers to participate in the Crusades was


A. The arrival of Seljuk Turks in Baghdad


B. The promise of Pope Urban II to defeat the Moors


C. the promise of indulgences


D. the desire of Richard the Lion-Hearted to capture Jerusalem


E. the hope of reuniting the Roman and Orthodox churches

C. the promise of indulgences

Effects of the plague included:


A. population losses in Europe of 40 to 45 percent


B. decline of the power of the church


C. increase in wages


D. economic recession


E. all of the above

E. all of the above

Which of the following choices appears in the correct chronological order?


A. Inca, Aztec, Olmec, Maya


B. Aztec, Maya, Inca, Olmec


C. Maya, Inca, Olmec, Aztec


D. Maya, Olmec, Inca, Aztec


E. Olmec, Maya, Aztec, Inca

E. Olmec, Maya, Aztec, Inca

The first maritime power to navigate the Indian Ocean in order to extend political and military power, as well as trade in luxury products, was:


A. Portugal


B. Spain


C. England


D. France


E. China

E. China

Which of the following peoples built Ile-Ife, a city noted for its art in wood and ivory?


A. Nok


B. Yoruba


C. Edo


D. Soninke


E. Abyssinian

B. Yoruba

What advantages did sea trade offer?


A. few political barriers


B. wind was free source of fuel


C. shipping was more efficient


D. new sources of wealth


E. all of the above

E. all of the above

All of the following cities were Muslim centers of Islamic culture and education in the period from 1200 to 1600 CE EXCEPT


A. Delhi


B. Timbuktu


C. Cairo


D. Cordoba


E. Kiev

E. Kiev

The Portuguese explorer who accidentally discovered Brazil was


A. Batholomew Dias


B. Vasco da Gama


C. Pedro Alvares Cabral


D. Ferdinand Magellan


E. Christopher Columbus

C. Pedro Alvares Cabral

The first Christian capital of the Roman Empire was


A. Rome


B. Constantinople


C. Alexandria


D. Jerusalem


E. Milan

B. Constantinople

Which of the possible consequences of the Mongol invasion was least likely?


A. opening of the Eurasian landmass to trade


B. diffusion of technology such as gunpowder to the West


C. creation of new, larger, states with armies and central administration


D. five hundred years of peace and prosperity for Mongol-administered lands


E. the spread of the Black Plague along trade routes into Southwest Asia, the Mediterranean Basin and Europe

D. five hundred years of peace and prosperity for Mongol-administered lands

Which of the states listed below stopped a Mongol invasion?


A. Yuan China


B. Muscovite Russia


C. Mamluk Egypt


D. Safavid Persia


E. Ottoman Turkey

C. Mamluk Egypt

Cultural exchange occurs as the result of


A. encounter when different peoples came in contact with each other


B. exchange when people interact and learn from each other


C. diffusion when ideas and technologies are spread from one society to another


D. traveling agents like merchants, missionaries, and mariners coming on contact with different peoples as part of their work


E. All of the above

E. All of the above

Who united the Inca Empire?


A. Montezuma I


B. Montezuma II


C. Quetzalcoatl


D. Bernadeno de Sahagun


E. Pachacuti

E. Pachacuti

According to the "General History of Things of New Spain", Montezuma was terror struck by Spanish


A. guns


B. head pieces of iron


C. horses


D. huge dogs


E. all of the above

E. all of the above

Which statement regarding Indian Ocean trade is INCORRECT?


A. Arab merchants sailed in dhows powered by lateen sails


B. Chinese mariners sailed in great fleets with large ships called junks


C. Major trade areas in India grew up along the west coast at Cambay and Calicut, and on the east coast in the Chola state


D. Portuguese merchants preceded Arab merchants in the development of trade


E. Monsoon winds annually reversed directions allowing winds facilitating open ocean sailing back and forth across the Indian Ocean

D. Portuguese merchants preceded Arab merchants in the development of trade

Which event precedes the others?


A. Portuguese voyages down the west coast of Africa begin


B. Zheng He's Indian Ocean voyages commence


C. Safavid Persia is established


D. Charlemagne is crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Empire


E. India is unified under Mughal rule

D. Charlemagne is crowned emperor of the Holy Roman Empire