Final Exam World Studies Part 2 Question Preview (ID: 31623)

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An eye for an eye would be an example of whose cose?
a) Hammurabi
b) Crescent
c) God's

The Huang He was called China's Sorrow because it:
a) Was the river that often washed away whole villages
b) Was a man who took the lives of many people
c) Was a drought brought on by the hot summers

What is a dynasty?
a) A family of girls
b) A family of Kings
c) A great ruler

What is an oracle bone?
a) a bone that was heated in fire, asked a question and the way it broke told you an answer
b) A bone that was thrown in water for good luck
c) A bone that dogs loved to eat

The Chinese believed their gods put the ruling family in power, this was called the:
a) Mandate of God
b) Mandate of Jerusalem
c) Mandate of Heaven

India has two seasons:
a) Spring and Summer
b) Summer and Winter
c) Dry and Wet

Homes in the Indus River Valley were made of ___________ and had baths and windows.
a) Bricks
b) Stones
c) Dirt

A __________ is a fort in the Indus River Valley.
a) Untouchable
b) Pyramid
c) Citadel

Many Native Americans were ____________ this means they migrated from place to place.
a) nomads
b) people
c) deaf

Early americans grew
a) corn, pigs and potatoes
b) corn beans and squash
c) corn peppers and tomatoes

The people of the American Civilizations studied the stars and created:
a) Calanders
b) Corn
c) Pie

We learned about the Mayan, Inca, and _______________ empires.
a) Mica
b) Duncan
c) Aztec

Most Native American Cultures believed in _________ gods.
a) one
b) two
c) multiple

People and animals were often:
a) Sacrificed
b) Eated
c) Glorified

Nebuchadnezzar built the _______ which has been named one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
a) Empire
b) Hanging Gardens
c) Colliseum

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