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Which of the following geographic barriers separated China from other lands
a) rivers b) mountains c) plains d) deserts
Which of the following is NOT a religion or philosophy of life practiced in ancient China?
a) Taoism b) Buddhism c) Confucianism d) Hinduism
The Silk Road was a trade route between
a) Japan and China. b) India and China. c) Egypt and China. d) Europe and China
Because of its flooding, the Huang River was known as
a) the Flowing Master. b) the River of Fear. c) the River of Death. d) China's Sorrow
Confucius was a Chinese
a) priest. b) ruler. c) philosopher. d) physician.
Before his death, Confucius
a) knew he had changed the lives of many. b) saw his teachings adopted by Chinese schools c) wrote down many of his teachings. d) felt as if he had failed.
Which of the following did rulers during the Han Dynasty create based on Confucianism?
a) a new monetary system b) an education system c) the civil service system d) social welfare
The terra-cotta army was first discovered by
a) archaeologists. b) anthropologists. c) farmers. d) construction workers
Shi Huangdi ordered all of the following EXCEPT
a) banning the philosophies of Qin scholars. b) using the same weights and measures. c) building roads for his armies. d) dividing China into districts
Which of the following was important to the development of civilization throughout ancient China?
a) rivers b) mountains c) seaports d) temperate climate
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