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The Ottoman Empire was called a “Gunpowder Empire” because they
a) converted Christian men to Islam. b) mastered new firearms technology. c) were led by the janissaries. d) were located on the Anatolian Peninsula.
Mogul painting and architecture combined aspects of ________ styles.
a) Persian Indian b) aristocratic peasant c) Hindu Muslim d) Christian Muslim
Europeans admired and collected Chinese porcelain because of its
a) great beauty. b) high price. c) similarity to British porcelain. d) difficulty to obtain.
The Ottoman Empire’s geographic location connected which regions culturally and economically?
a) Africa, Europe, and East Asia b) Europe, Middle East, and Southwest Asia c) South America, Caribbean, and North America d) North Europe, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe
What factors contributed to the Ottoman Empire’s success ruling their diverse population?
a) A decline in royal patronage of the arts. b) Economic and religious isolation. c) Religious tolerance and artistic achievements. d) Equal treatment among the classes.
Who led the Ming dynasty’s naval voyages of exploration?
a) Hong Wu b) Kee Yo Zui c) Xiao He d) Zheng He
The Chinese focus on family helped China to survive because;
a) family members took care of one another. b) it kept people from thinking about fighting c) women in the family were not valued as much as men. d) un-married daughters worked in the fields.
When the British demanded access to more Chinese cities for trading, the Qing ruler responded by;
a) opening up more cities for trade. b) giving them even less access. c) inviting the British to live in China. d) lowering the prices of goods to sell to the British.
Keeping its own alphabet separate from the Chinese alphabet helped the Yi dynasty to
a) a special language that only monarchs could read b) trade relations with foreign countries c) a distinctive Korean identity d) communication with the Chinese
From the 1400s-1800s, why did China and Japan attempt to remain isolated from Europeans?
a) Europeans had no desire to expand in Asia. b) The continent was too difficult to reach by sea. c) Most people in these countries had already converted to Christianity. d) They attempted to limit European influences (religion, culture) within their borders and restricted trade.
Safavid
a) dynasty that ruled Persia b) empires formed by outside conquerors who unified the regions they conquered c) official of the Ottoman Empire d) “holder of power”
Mogul
a) empires formed by outside conquerors who unified the regions they conquered b) dynasty that united the Indian subcontinent in the 17th Century c) dynasty that ruled Persia d) official of the Ottoman Empire
gunpowder empire
a) dynasty that united the Indian subcontinent in the 17th Century b) dynasty that ruled Persia c) empires formed by outside conquerors who unified the regions they conquered d) official of the Ottoman Empire
Sultan
a) dynasty that united the Indian subcontinent in the 17th Century b) empires formed by outside conquerors who unified the regions they conquered c) dynasty that ruled Persia d) “holder of power”
pasha
a) official of the Ottoman Empire b) dynasty that ruled Persia c) dynasty that united the Indian subcontinent in the 17th Century d) “holder of power”
isolationist
a) to avoid political and economical relations with another country b) head of Japanese noble families c) supreme ruler under the emperor d) approximately 250 dominions into which japan was divided under the Tokugawa
daimyo
a) supreme ruler under the emperor b) an administrative organization that uses non-elected government officials c) head of Japanese noble families d) to avoid political and economical relations with another country
bureaucracy
a) to avoid political and economical relations with another country b) head of Japanese noble families c) approximately 250 dominions into which japan was divided under the Tokugawa d) an administrative organization that uses non-elected government officials
hans
a) approximately 250 dominions into which japan was divided under the Tokugawa b) to avoid political and economical relations with another country c) ead of Japanese noble families d) an administrative organization that uses non-elected government officials
shogun
a) head of Japanese noble families b) an administrative organization that uses non-elected government officials c) supreme ruler under the emperor d) to avoid political and economical relations with another country
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