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The Ottomans were a strong trading empire through the mid-1600s because they
a) controlled access to the eastern Mediterranean Sea
b) had the most powerful navy in the world
c) dominated West African caravan routes
d) conquered most of Asia

Akbar the Great, Suleiman the Magnificent, and Louis XIV are all rulers associated with
a) natural rights
b) filial piety
c) religious toleration
d) absolutism

The term empire is best defined as
a) a political unit that has a common religious faith
b) a government ruled by the consent of the people
c) an extensive territory under the rule of a single authority
d) a country that requires conquered peoples to Assimilate

Constantinople was a thriving city in the 1200s mainly because of its location on a major trade route between
a) China and southern Africa
b) the Atlantic Ocean and the Baltic Sea
c) the Inca Empire and the Aztec Empire
d) Asia and eastern Europe

In 1453, the Ottoman Empire rose to power by defeating the
a) Holy Roman Empire
b) Byzantine Empire
c) European crusaders
d) Mongol invaders

Studying the architectural features of the Parthenon, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Taj Mahal provides information about the
a) beliefs and values of a given culture
b) climatic changes in an area
c) 19th-century use of technology
d) influence of Chinese design

The golden ages of the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman Empires can be attributed in part to
a) cultural isolation
b) stable governments
c) command economies
d) distinct social classes

One similarity in the rule of Peter the Great, Suleiman I, and Louis XIV is that each leader
a) shared power with a legislature
b) practiced religious toleration
c) expanded his territory
d) decreased the amount of taxes collected

King Louis XIV of France, Peter the Great of Russia, and Suleiman the Magnificent of the Ottoman Empire were all considered absolute rulers because they
a) broke from the Roman Catholic Church
b) helped feudal lords build secure castles
c) instituted programs that provided more power to their parliaments
d) determined government policies without the consent of their people

One similarity between the rule of Peter the Great of Russia and that of Akbar the Great of India was that both leaders
a) implemented strict religious codes of conduct within their nations
b) modernized and expanded their empires using ideas from other cultures
c) relied on peaceful resolutions of conflicts with neighboring peoples
d) introduced democratic ideas into their political systems

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