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Tales of the Xia dynasty show what was important during that time period?
a) cooperation
b) legalism
c) social ranking
d) trade

The Shang period influcence what in China today?
a) canals
b) art
c) writing
d) religion

The correct definition for the term diffusion is?
a) a hard gemstone
b) a long journey
c) the spread of ideas from one culture to another
d) a new idea, method, or device

Who built the first sentions of the Great Wall?
a) Different kings from different families
b) The Zhou dynasty
c) The Qin Dynasty
d) Emperor Wudi

The effect on the spread of Buddhism that the decline of the Han government had was?
a) slowed the spread of the religion
b) stayed the same
c) helped the spread of the religion

The most famous Daoist teacher was?
a) Laozi
b) Confucius
c) Shi Huangdi
d) Liu Bang

Which of the following is NOT a religious philosophy?
a) Confucism
b) Legalism
c) Daoism

Han artwork showed which of the following?
a) daily activities
b) gods
c) myths
d) tales of heroes

Which of the following led China to make contact with other cultures?
a) The Chinese Empire fell into great poverty
b) The Chinese Empire became prosperous
c) The Chinese Empire developed a powerful army
d) The Chinese Empire was invaded by other groups

What was the greates effect on China of the popularity of silk in Rome?
a) China started a war
b) China ended farming
c) China became wealthy
d) China stopped trading

Confucious stated that moral leadership, not laws, would bring order to China. What does this mean?
a) Government workers should act the same as farmers and artisans
b) Leaders should act decently and always try to do the right thing
c) Laws shoud be made that require people to behave correctly
d) People who become leaders should disregard the laws of China

Which is the most appropriate response out of the following to the statement: The Qin dynasty was bad for China
a) That is true, becuase the people adored Shi Huangdi
b) That is correct. The dynasty weakend and divided China
c) That is false, becasue the people were unhappy with Shi Huangdi
d) That is incorrect. The dynasty strenghtened and unified China

In what way did the social order of the Han dynasty differ from the social order of the Shang dynasty?
a) Peasants had a higher rank during the Han dynasty
b) Nobels had a higher rank during the Shang dynasty
c) Merchants had a higher rank during the Han dynasty
d) Scholars had a higher rank during the Shang dynasty

Compare Liu Bang to all of the other Chinese Leaders befoer him. In which of the following ways was he different?
a) He was the longest-serving emperor of China
b) He was the first student of Confucious to become emperor
c) He was the only Daoist teacher to become emperor
d) He was the only common person to become emperor

The Zhou leaders granted land in return of rlayalty, military support, and other services. This was essentially a way to...
a) encourage famers and nobles to get along
b) purchase people's loyalty and support
c) increase farming throughout China
d) share wealth for the good of the people

What landform seperates China from its neighbors to the north?
a) the Pacific Ocean
b) the Plateua of Tibet
c) the Gobi Desert
d) the Himalayan Mountains

What linked China with the Middle East and Rome
a) trade routes
b) canals
c) Great Wall
d) rivers

Which group DID NOT hold any social rank during the Han period?
a) Emperor
b) Military
c) Merchants
d) Peasants/farmers

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