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Where would you find major trade routes in Mesopotamia, Egypt, China and India?
a) desert passes
b) major waterways
c) forests and plains
d) agricultural fields

This Chinese philosophy focuses on The Way and keeping lives in balance and harmony with nature.
a) Taosim
b) Hinduism
c) Buddhism
d) Judaism

How did the invention of wood block printing impact China?
a) Chinese became more literate
b) Chinese conquered more lands
c) Chinese became a major trade empire
d) Chinese developed new types of languages

Why was the Gupta dynasty known as the Golden Age of India?
a) People found gold in the Indus River
b) Art/literature/math grew in importance
c) Doctors discovered herbs
d) Religion was the main goal in India

During the classical era, Indian literature/buildings/art focused on...
a) Judaism
b) Agriculture
c) Hinduism
d) Buddhism

Which best describes the Caste System in India?
a) created laws based on Buddhism
b) Encouraged equality among ALL people
c) Divided people into two castes
d) created a strict separation of people

This Indus Valley religion claims that all suffering is caused by desire?
a) Buddhism
b) Confucianism
c) Hinduism
d) Judaism

This philosophy focuses on respect in all relationships between people in a society?
a) Taoism
b) Hinduism
c) Buddhism
d) Confucianism

Which word best describes religion in Mesopotamia/Egypt and India?
a) Hierolgyphic
b) Monarchy
c) Monotheistic
d) Polytheistic

___ is the founder of this monotheistic religion that uses the Torah as a sacred text.
a) Menes
b) Abraham
c) Moses
d) Siddartha Gautama

What was a direct result of a food surplus?
a) Social Division
b) End to wars between civilizations
c) Farmers became experts in their skill
d) New laws were created

What was the basis for Hammurabi's Code?
a) learning how a leader should maintain their power
b) what do to in the event of a tragedy
c) rights of a wealthy class vs lower class
d) severity of punishments towards a crime

How did farming lead to permanent villages?
a) Too much food for travel
b) Needed to build more storage areas
c) Had to stay and tend their crops animals
d) Had to make pottery for storage

Which describes the Stone Age?
a) Pebble/Stone Tools
b) Organized government
c) Writing
d) Metalworking

How did hunter/gatherers adapt to their environment?
a) Built roads
b) Irrigated rivers
c) Used land features (rivers/forests) for survival
d) Created communities

Match the correct writing system in order with the following river valleys: Egypt/Mesopotamia/India.
a) Phoenician/Sanskrit/Papyrus
b) Hieroglyphics/Sanskrit/Phoenician
c) Cuneiform/Hieroglyphics/Phoenician
d) Hieroglyphics/Cuneiform/Sanskrit

Which of the following best describes Confucianism and T(D)aoism?
a) Both worship one god
b) Both worship many gods
c) Both do not worship gods
d) Both are no longer practiced today

What is the traditional religion of India?
a) Buddhism
b) Hinduism
c) Confucianism
d) Judaism

Where can I find the Huang He River Valley?
a) Mesopotamia
b) Egypt
c) China
d) India

Which contribution helped to decode Egyptian hierolglyphics?
a) Rosetta Stone
b) Hammurabi's Code
c) Menes Empire
d) IPhone 6

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