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Where did the first people settle in ancient China?
a) Huang He b) Guangzi Zhungzu c) Tibetan Plateau d) Nile River
Which philosophy had the most significant and long-lasting impact on Chinese culture?
a) Christianity b) Confucianism c) Hinduism d) Islam
What is a similiarity between Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China?
a) depend on Rivers b) wrote in hieroglyphics c) economy supported by medicinie d) divine kingship
What is the term for a family of rulers?
a) dynasty b) empire c) ancestors d) shoguns
Silk, Paper, Gunpowder all came from what civilization?
a) Islamic b) Chinese c) European d) African
Chinese literature reached a new height because...
a) woodblock printing b) government paid rulers c) Chinese population increased d) people were bored
Why was the Gupta empire known as the Golden Age?
a) Art, literature and math grew in importance b) doctors found herbs c) religion played a key role d) people found a lot of gold
The concept of Zero was first created during which Indian dynasty?
a) Gupta b) Han c) Shang d) Mauryan
How did the caste system change Indian society?
a) created a system of social classes with roles b) changed from republic to dictatorship c) made all citizens participate in Hinduism d) required citizens to specialize in Math
Which is true about the caste system?
a) The Caste-system is life long b) Hindus who become better educated can move up. c) The lowest caste taught all other castes d) Hindus may move higher in caste if they marry someone from that caste
What farming methods were used that enabled the Chinese to have a food surplus?
a) loess, civil services b) terraces, double cropping c) terraces, middleman d) turtle shells, irrigation
What was an effect of trade along the Silk Road?
a) They gained surplus food b) Shi Huangdi built the Great Wall c) People built walls to stop flooding d) Ideas and goods were exchanged
The language of South Asia (India)?
a) Sanskrit b) Hieroglyphics c) Cuneiform d) Aryan
What is the traditional (main) religion of India?
a) Hinduism b) Taoism c) Confucianism d) Islam
How did Buddhism spread throughout Asia?
a) Silk Road b) Philosophers from Africa c) Persian traders d) Chinese sailors
The people of India's first civilization depended on monsoons for what?
a) to bring water and flooding which deposits fertile soil b) wash away debri c) to loosen rocks d) to wash cars
On the banks of which river did South Asia (India) develop?
a) Ganges b) Indus c) Harappa d) Mohenjo Daro
What method did they use for farming in South Asia (India), where they only farm for self!
a) double cropping b) irrigation c) subsistence farming d) terrace farming
Why did Shi Huangdi build the Great Wall?
a) to help with irrigation b) to help the relationship with their neighbors c) to control flooding in North d) to protect from Northern invaders
How did silk affect the economy of China?
a) China profited because silk was valued in West b) No money was made c) Most people preferred cotton d) China did not make a profit selling it to other parts of the world.
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