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  6.Which of the following religious traditions blended elements of Hinduism and Islam? A)Sunni Islam B)Shia Islam C)Sikhism D)Sufism 7.Which of the following statements expresses a view of women found in the Quran? A)Women were to remain veiled and secluded. B)Women were to blame for the evil in the world. C)Women were spiritually equal to men. D)Women were socially equal.
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  11.Which of the following was a feature of Islam that ran counter to Hinduism in India? A)The religious inclusivity of Islam B)The notion of equality of all believers C)The eroticism of Islamic art D)The secular values of the Quran 12.Sufi practitioners facilitated the conversion to Islam of people living in Anatolia and India by A)promoting the.
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Use the following to answer questions 1-20: Select the word or phrase from the Terms section that best matches the definition or example provided in the Definitions section. Terms a. Quran b. umma c. Pillars of Islam d. hijra e. sharia f. jizya g. Umayyad caliphate h. Abbasid caliphate i. ulama j. Sufism k. Mullah Nasruddin l. al-Ghazali m. Sikhism n. Ibn Battuta o. Timbuktu p. Mansa Musa q..
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1.Which of the following is a feature found in both Neolithic societies and First Civilizations? A)Agriculture B)Writing C)Patriarchy D)Cities 2.Which of the following describes an effect of human activity on the environment in both agricultural village societies and First Civilizations? A)Pollution B)Global warming C)Deforestation D)Desertification 3.Paleolithic societies and First Civilizations both A)developed elaborate and complex outlooks on the world. B)defined status through.
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1.Which of the following describes the role Europe played in the early modern world? A)European political and military power dominated Africa and south Asia. B)European missionary activity made Christianity the main religion in Africa. C)Europe came to produce more manufactured goods than China and India. D)European expansion to the Americas created new networks of.
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  4.What were the key developments that propelled Europe to a more central role in shaping world history between 1750 and 1914? Do you think that a Eurocentric approach to this period is warranted in light of these accomplishments? How should other cultures and civilizations be assimilated into the story?     .
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Use the following to answer questions 1-20: Select the word or phrase from the Terms section that best matches the definition or example provided in the Definitions section. Terms a. Quran b. umma c. Pillars of Islam d. hijra e. sharia f. jizya g. Umayyad caliphate h. Abbasid caliphate i. ulama j. Sufism k. Mullah Nasruddin l. al-Ghazali m. Sikhism n. Ibn Battuta o. Timbuktu p. Mansa Musa q..
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Use the following to answer questions 1-20: Select the word or phrase from the Terms section that best matches the definition or example provided in the Definitions section. Terms a. Quran b. umma c. Pillars of Islam d. hijra e. sharia f. jizya g. Umayyad caliphate h. Abbasid caliphate i. ulama j. Sufism k. Mullah Nasruddin l. al-Ghazali m. Sikhism n. Ibn Battuta o. Timbuktu p. Mansa Musa q..
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1.India and China during the classical era were both influenced by A)Legalism. B)Buddhism. C)Hinduism. D)Confucianism. 2.The majority of people during the classical era lived within which political framework? A)Chiefdoms B)Empires C)City-states D)Republics 3.Both classical Rome and Axum were shaped by A)the emergence of the Christian faith. B)their conquest of empires that were similar in size. C)their experimentation with democracy. D)the routes of the trans-Saharan.
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1.Which of the following was the center of long-distance oceanic trade in the millennium from 500 to 1500? A)The Mediterranean Sea B)The Indian Ocean C)The Atlantic Ocean D)The Pacific Ocean 2.Byzantium and China in the third-wave era were similar because both A)collapsed at the end of the classical era, never to recover. B)influenced third-wave civilizations that developed.
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1.In contrast to the earlier phase of European expansion in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, European imperialism in the nineteenth century A)emphasized assimilation of colonial populations. B)colonized areas by populating them with European settlers. C)established various forms of colonial control in Asia and Africa. D)respected the religious traditions of colonial populations. 2.Which of the following.
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Use the following to answer questions 1-20: Select the word or phrase from the Terms section that best matches the definition or example provided in the Definitions section. Terms a. Quran b. umma c. Pillars of Islam d. hijra e. sharia f. jizya g. Umayyad caliphate h. Abbasid caliphate i. ulama j. Sufism k. Mullah Nasruddin l. al-Ghazali m. Sikhism n. Ibn Battuta o. Timbuktu p. Mansa Musa q..
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  16.The Arab Empire that accompanied the spread of Islam stretched from A)Spain to India. B)Russia to Australia. C)the Andes to the Himalayas. D)the Gulf of Mexico to the Red Sea. 17.Why was the city of Mecca important? A)Jews, Christians, and Muslims all regarded it as the Holy Land. B)It was the birthplace of Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad. C)It.
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Use the following to answer questions 1-18: Select the word or phrase from the Terms section that best matches the definition or example provided in the Definitions section. Terms a. Sui dynasty b. Tang dynasty c. Song dynasty d. Hangzhou e. economic revolution f. foot binding g. tribute system h. Xiongnu i. Khitan and Jurchen people j. Silla dynasty (Korea) k. hangul l. chu.
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Choose the letter of the best answer. 1.What event is depicted in the fourteenth-century Persian painting in Source 9.1? A)Gabriel's command to Muhammad to recite the first revelation of the Quran. B)Gabriel forcing Muhammad to renounce Islam and convert to Christianity. C)Muhammad communicating with Allah through prayer and meditation. D)Muhammad being possessed by a demonic.
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Choose the letter of the best answer. 1.Membership in the Islamic community known as the umma was based on a common A)culture. B)faith. C)race. D)class. 2.Which of the following is true of pre-Islamic Arabia? A)Arabia had no contact with the long-distance trade networks of Eurasia. B)The Arabian Peninsula enjoyed long periods of peace under the Bedouins. C)Jews, Christians, and.
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Answer the following questions in a few paragraphs. Include specific examples to support your thesis and conclusions. 1.Compare and contrast the decolonization of European colonies in the Americas in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries with the decolonization of European colonies in Africa and Asia in the twentieth century.     .
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Answer the following questions in a few paragraphs. Include specific examples to support your thesis and conclusions. 1.Which part of the world during the early modern era experienced the most dramatic transformation? Support your answer with specific examples of the types of changes that transformed the region of your choice.     .
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1.What was a distinctive feature of states that identified themselves as communist in the twentieth century? A)Emphasis on light industry B)Abundance of consumer goods C)State control of the economy D)Protection of private property 2.Which of the following was an impetus for the creation of Europe's colonial empires in the nineteenth century but became the instrument.
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  26.Which of the following was an Arab innovation? A)Papermaking B)Rockets C)Numerical notation D)Algebra 27.Islam had roots in which set of religious or philosophical traditions? A)Hinduism, Buddhism, and Manichaeism B)Legalism, Daoism, and Confucianism C)Judaism, Christianity, and Zoroastrianism D)Sufism, Sikhism, and Greek rationalism 28.Which of the following aspects of Arab tribal life was reinforced in the Quran? A)Solidarity B)Hierarchy C)Pursuit of wealth D)Independence 29.In contrast to the.
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2.The following have been identified as agents of historical change: ideas, policies, conflicts, inventions, contact with the outside world, population fluctuations, and environmental change. Discuss the role of these factors in bringing about change in specific third-wave civilizations in the millennium from 500 to 1500.     .
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  21.Which of the following describes the effect of Islam on West Africa? A)Merchants rejected Islam because of its hostility toward trade. B)Islam had the greatest influence on rulers and urban elites. C)Farmers comprised the majority of converts to Islam. D)The Arabic language was used by both Muslims and non-Muslims. 22.Which of the following resulted from.
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