World History 1 SOL Review (2012) Part 2: Question Preview (ID: 31060)

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After Ali died, what happend within the Islamic relgions?
a) Muslim pilgrims no longer traveled to Medina.
b) A permanent split occurred within the religion.
c) Muslim teachers no longer made the Hajj.
d) The desert tribes declared a lasting truce.

One of the main accomplishments of Justinian was —
a) making Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire
b) stopping the Islamic conquest of Western European territories
c) reconquering territory that had once belonged to the Roman Empire
d) defeating an invading army of Ottoman Turks

Which religion encourages its followers to make a pilgrimage to the Kaba, in Mecca?
a) Islam
b) Hinduism
c) Buddhism
d) Christianity

Which factor strengthened both the Byzantine Empire and the empire of Charlemagne?
a) Respect for elders and ancestors
b) Unity between politics and religion
c) Studies of geography and medicine
d) Patrons of painters and sculptors

The practice of Orthodox Christianity in Russia was primarily the result of contact with the —
a) Islamic Empire
b) Persian Empire
c) Mongol Empire
d) Byzantine Empire

The Battle of Tours was significant because it marked the —
a) end of Muslim expansion into Western Europe
b) end of the Crusades in the Middle East
c) beginning of British dominance in Northern Europe
d) beginning of Turkish rule in the Balkans

The Dome of the Rock is an example of which civilization’s achievements in art and architecture?
a) Chinese
b) Greek
c) Islamic
d) Roman

Roman architecture, - including buildings with with a long triangles in the front supported by columns originated from which civilization?
a) Greek
b) Russian
c) Byzantine
d) Islamic

Which of the following is true
a) The Western Church was centered in Constantinople
b) The Western Church accepted the authority of the Patriarch
c) The Eastern Church was centered in Rome
d) The Eastern Church used Greek language in liturgy

Which empire was best known for libraries that preserved ancient Greek and Roman knowledge?
a) Mongol
b) Gupta
c) Chinese
d) Byzantine

The Limpopo and Zambezi Rivers were boundaries for the empire of —
a) Kush
b) Nubia
c) Ghana
d) Zimbabwe

Which religion belonged specifically to Japan?
a) Buddhism
b) Hinduism
c) Confucianism
d) Shintoism

This country is an ''archipelago'' in Asia -
a) China
b) Japan
c) Korea
d) Vietnam

Which African kingdom adopted Christianity?
a) Zimbabwe
b) Ghana
c) Axum (Ethiopia)
d) Songhai

Which characteristic was shared by the Aztec and Mayan civilizations?
a) Produced potatoes as a main crop
b) Believed in only one deity
c) Located in rainforest
d) Constructed pyramids

Ferdinand and Isabella, Christopher Columbus, and Charles V all worked for the nation-state of :
a) France
b) Russia
c) England
d) Spain

Pope Urban's speech helped start the -
a) Hundred Years’ War
b) First Crusade
c) Norman Conquest
d) Holy Roman Empire

The first European universities were based on the scholarly contributions of —
a) courts
b) guilds
c) manors
d) monasteries

The Magna Carta was important because it —
a) established the right of assembly
b) limited the power of the king
c) ended the system of feudalism
d) increased the influence of the church

The Black Death spread from -
a) Europe to South Asia
b) East Asia to Europe
c) Europe to Africa
d) North African to Europe

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