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Which of the below is NOT true of Ottoman and Safavid rulers
a) they often killed their children and brothers to eliminate challengers to the throne
b) they created distrust amongst fellow Muslim citizens by having foreign armies to protect them
c) their wives took power and corrupted the ruling class
d) the left weak, uneduated and isolated rulers after their deaths

The Mughal empire was located in _____________ today and the Safavid was located in what is today ______________.
a) India, Iran
b) India, Iraq
c) Iraq, Iran

Having a fair taxation system allowed leaders in the Ottoman, Safavid and Mughal empires to
a) encouraged people to work hard
b) collect taxes revenues to help support the Empires army , trade networks and building projects
c) encouraged people to stay loyal to the Empire
d) All of the above

What is the holiest of city in Islam that is found in Saudi Arabia next to the Red Sea
a) Cairo
b) Jerusalem
c) Mecca

Ismai'l genocided
a) over 40,000 Shiites in Ottoman Empire
b) many Sunni's in Baghdad
c) Mughal Sunni's in Northern Syria

An example of cultural tolerance under Safavid leader, Shah Abbas was
a) marrying 2 Hindu women and 1 Christian
b) encouraging EU trade and welcoming Chinese Artisans into the country
c) Creating the Millet System and a foreign slave army of elite soldiers

All of the below are reforms of Shah Abbas EXCEPT
a) Merit System
b) Honor System
c) Class Divisons

Sulyeman's religiously tolernat government system that allowed religions to run themselves like a Nation
a) Grand Vizer
b) Merit System
c) Millet System

When you are rewarded on your hard work and loyalty
a) punished corruption
b) instituted a progressive tax system
c) promoted people on loyalty, not family or title (Merit System)
d) Allowed foreigners into government bureacracy

This Mughal Leader was a genius in cultural blending and married 2 Hindu women, a Christian and a Muslim women
a) Abbas
b) Akbar
c) Ismai'l

The Mughal Progressive Tax System
a) progressively taxed only Jewish peoples
b) is calculated on the % of crops you grew, similar to U.S. taxation where you are taxed on how much you make
c) taxed only Shiites more for the crops they grew

Sunni's followed
a) the elected Caliphs
b) Shiite Shah's
c) bloodline of Muhammad

Shiites followed the
a) Elected Caliphs
b) Sunni Sultans
c) bloodline of Muhammad

To be less religious and more wordly
a) orthodox
b) sect
c) secular

A small group within a large group. Ex. Sunni's Muslims
a) Sect
b) Secular
c) Section

Mehmed II was a Sultan in this Empire
a) Ottoman
b) Safavid
c) Mughal
d) Muslim

Mehmed II conquered
a) Mecca
b) Mughals
c) Constantinople

An elite slave army for Suleyman
a) Devrishire
b) Mughal
c) Janisarries
d) Sunni's

Shah Abbas had an army of ____________ soldiers that were similar to the Ottoman Jannisaries.
a) Christian
b) Persian
c) Sunni

The Safavid Persian Rug industry went from a small craft to large industry largely do to
a) demand for Persian Rugs from EU traders
b) no tax system on exported rugs
c) Akbars trade policies with the Chinese

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