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Which statement best explains the periods of the Gupta Empire of India, the Golden Age of Greece, and the Renaissance in Italy?
a) the winning of a war often inspires scientific and artistic achievement b) a combination of wealth and a time of relative peace often leads to cultural achievement c) a dictatorship usually encourages cultural growth and development d) periods of censorship are needed for a nation to achieve cultural and scientific greatness
In the Ancient Kingdom of Mali and in the Roman Republic, an important feature of life was the development of
a) the Islamic religion b) agricultural communes c) social and political equality d) codified laws
Which statement best explains why most of the population of the people’s Republic of China live in the eastern third of the nation?
a) best agricultural land is in the East b) largest forests are in the East c) largest oil deposits are in the East d) best fishing areas are off the eastern coast
Judaism, Islam, and Christianity share a belief in
a) the central authority of the Pope b) a prohibition of the consumption of port c) monotheism and ethical conduct d) reincarnation and the Four Noble Truths
A belief of animism is that
a) after death the soul is reborn in another human form b) holy wars must be fought to gain entry into heaven c) meditation leads followers to nirvana d) spirits of nature inhabit all living and nonliving objects
Which values are most closely associated with the fundamental principles of Buddhism?
a) competition and financial success b) maintaining the caste system and providing education for all people c) practicing nonviolence and giving up worldly desires d) self-determination and democracy
The Eightfold Path, the Four Noble Truths, and the concept of nirvana are associated with the religion of
a) Islam b) Jainism c) Shinto d) Buddhism
Mansa Musa’s journey to Mecca in the 1300’s is evidence that
a) the Crusades had a great influence on western Africa b) most African leaders were educated in the Middle East c) european culture was superior to the cultures of western Africa d) Islam had a major influence on the Mali Empire
Jewish religions and cultural identity has been greatly influenced by
a) the New Testament b) Ramadan and the concept of reincarnation c) the Torah and the Diaspora d) the Koran and the code of bushido
Taoism and Shintoism are similar in that both religions stress
a) adhering to the five Confucian relationships b) following the Eightfold Path c) developing harmony between humans and nature d) believing in one God
The Koran, jihad, and the hegira are most closely associated with the practice of
a) Islam b) Judaism c) Buddhism d) Shinto
Traditional animistic beliefs in Africa, Asia, and Latin America are based on
a) desire for wealth b) an appreciation for the forces of nature c) a written tradition d) a willingness to accept Christianity
According the teachings of Confucius, the key to the successful organization of society is that
a) the ruler should be chosen democratically b) the evil in humans must be eliminated c) ancestor worship should be discontinued d) individuals should know and do what is expected of them
One way in which Medieval European society, Latin American colonial society, and society in Imperial China were similar is that each
a) placed great value on public education b) experienced a surplus of skilled labor c) was organized according to a rigid class structure d) de-emphasized the role of religion
Which idea did Napoleon Bonaparte, Sun Yat-Sen, and Simone Bolivar have in common?
a) divine right b) nationalism c) totalitarianism d) nonviolence
ighteenth-century Russia and nineteenth-century Japan were similar in that both countries
a) began the process of modernization after a long period of isolation b) developed democratic governments after years under absolute monarchies. c) refused to accept western technological ideas d) adopted socialist economic systems after capitalism had failed
Until the 1500’s, China and Japan were similar in that both
a) were invaded by the Mongols b) welcomed Christian Missionaries c) had little contact with Western European nations d) were developing democratic traditions
During the Middle Ages, Europeans did not eat potatoes or corn because these vegetables
a) were forbidden by the Catholic Church for religious reasons b) had not yet been introduced to Europe from the New World c) were believed to be poisonous d) were too expensive to import from China
One way in which Medieval European society, Latin American colonial society, and society in Imperial China were similar is that each
a) placed great value on public education b) experienced a surplus of skilled labor c) was organized according to a rigid class structure d) de-emphasized the role of religion
The societies of traditional China, Feudal Japan, and Czarist Russia were all characterized by
a) a rigid class structure b) much interaction with other cultures c) great economic change d) rapidly changing social values
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