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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 term is used to describe the spread of Buddhism from India through Southeast Asia
a) ethnocentrism b) isolation c) imperialism d) cultural diffusion
The Mongol Empire stretched across parts of
a) Africa and Southeast Asia b) North America and Europe c) Europe and Asia d) South America and Asia
The use of the Silk Road in Asia and caravan routes in northern Africa and southwestern Asia encouraged
a) self-sufficiency b) cultural isolation c) ethnocentrism d) cultural diffusion
One similarity between the Gupta Dynasty in India and the Tang Dynasty in China is that each dynasty
a) promoted equality for women b) made advances in the arts, sciences, and mathematics c) gained overseas colonies d) developed a representative government
Which statement supports the claim that diversity was an important characteristic of the Mongol Empire (1200-1350)?
a) All people in the Mongol Empire were Hindu. b) They ruled peoples from China, Russia, and India c) Genghis Khan organized a network of communication d) The Mongol Empire covered only central Asia.
One similarity between Japanese Shintoism and African animism is the belief that
a) everything in nature has a spirit and should be respected b) only one God exists in the universe c) people's moral conduct determines their afterlife d) religious statues should be erected to honor the gods
The Tang dynasty of China, the Gupta Empire of India, and the Mali Empire of Africa were similar in that each experienced a period of
a) prosperity and artistic creativity b) feudalism and oppression c) war and constant invasion d) mercantilism and industrial expansion
Which factor contributed to the success of the vast empire created by the Mongols?
a) avoiding contacts with the West b) paying monetary tribute to local rulers c) employing superior military skills d) converting conquered peoples to Confucianism
Ibn Battuta and Marco Polo were similar in that both
a) ruled over vast empires that included diverse peoples b) produced written records of their extensive travels c) converted thousands of people to Christianity d) fought to free their people from Mongol rule
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