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The Mughal, Ottoman, and Safavid Empires all shared which of the following characteristic?
a) An emphasis on women having higher status b) Religious tolerance for all subjects c) Islam as the religion characterizing governments d) A focus on New World colonization
Which of the following best describes the relationship between the Ottoman and Safavid Empires?
a) Both empires engaged in maritime trade with the Americas. b) The Ottomans favored Sunni Islam and the Safavids favored Shi'a Islam which resulted in violence between the two empires. c) Both empires existed peacefully d) Both empires were tributary states of the Russian Empire
Which of the following best describes the Millet system
a) A system creating a semi-autonomous community for Christians and Jews in the Ottoman Empire b) The legal practice of converting Christians to Islam c) The process of creating Janissaries d) A system where Christians and Jews creates escape routes into Christian Europe
Compared to the Ottoman and Mughal Empires the Safavid Empire-
a) was tolerant of all religions b) enforced strict Shi'a Islam on all peoples with no tolerance for non-Muslims c) embraced Sikhism d) created a complex bureaucracy
Which of the following best described the accomplishments of Akbar in the Mughal Empire?
a) Military victories over the Ottoman Empire b) The overthrowing of the Ming Dynasty in China c) Religious tolerance, the blending of multiple cultures, and attempting to create a syncretic religion d) The destruction of Hindu temples and intolerance to non-Muslims
The Ming Dynasty suffered from all of the following during its decline EXCEPT for
a) Environmental degradation of forests and the Grand Canal b) An Islamic coup which weakened and split the central government c) Rebellions undoing Ming control over China d) An invasion by the nomadic Manchu peoples which overthrew the DYnasty
The Qing Dynasty gained acceptance from the Chinese people by
a) The use of terror and hired nomadic mercenaries to enforce policies b) Expanding the armies to conquer Japan and Vietnam c) Presenting themselves as Confucian rulers and defenders of China from other nomads d) Purging China of non-Chinese religions and philosophies
Tokugawa Ieyasu's response to Christianity in Japan is best explained by which statement?
a) The native Shinto religion demanded did not allow for a blending of culture in Japan. b) Radical Buddhist philosophies were intolerant of all other religions c) Christianity acted as a threat the authority of rulers such as the Shogun d) The Emperor of Japan was a Christian convert seeking to convert the nation to Christianity
The rising merchant class of Japan lead to
a) The rise of Christianity as the dominant religion b) An increase in cultural art forms like haiku and Kabuki c) Increased trade and influence from Russia d) Japan opening its ports to European nations
As education Tokugawa Japan expanded it focused primarily on
a) European teachings and science b) Japanese customs, culture, and advances c) Chinese traditions d) Neo-Confucian principles like the imperial exam system
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