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This Shi’a warrior led the Safavids to conquer what is now Iran
a) Akbar
b) Shah Jahan
c) Aurangzeb
d) Isma'il

Who interrupted the growth of the Ottoman Empire
a) Otto the Deaf
b) Suleyman the Blind
c) Timur the Lame
d) Isma'il

Who drew from many cultural influences and reformed civilian and military life in the Safavid Empire
a) Shah Abbas
b) Shah Jahan
c) Shah Nitanhayo
d) Shah Allaman

Ottoman warrior for Islam who belonged to a military society with a strict code of conduct
a) cultural blending
b) knight
c) ghazi
d) samurai

What is it called when there is interaction of two or more cultures and it produces new languages and new ideas in art, religion, and society?
a) melting pot
b) cross referencing
c) inferring
d) cultural blending

Who built the Taj Mahal in honor of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, after she died?
a) Shah Abbas
b) Shah Jahan
c) Otto the Great
d) Shah Khan

What is the name of the Ottoman policy that kidnapped Christian boys from conquered lands as slaves, converted them to Islam, and turned them into warriors and government officials as part of the Ottoman Empire
a) devshirme
b) ghazi
c) converting
d) inbreeding

This Mughal ruler, in India encouraged religious tolerance and presided over a great cultural and artistic age
a) Suleyman
b) Akbar
c) Shah Abbas
d) Ayatolla

Artists from many cultures worked together in this capital city of the Safavid Empire
a) Constantinople
b) Esfahan
c) Jerusalem
d) Rome

Mehmed II conquered what city by using cannons and military strategy
a) Constantinople
b) Jerusalem
c) Rome
d) Esfahan

What was a result of Western influence on the Safavid Empire
a) pottery
b) silk weaving
c) carpet weaving
d) textiles

What led to the decline of the Ottoman and Safavid Empires
a) incompetent leadership
b) natural disasters
c) religious rebellions
d) the plague

Who opened Constantinople to new citizens of many religions and backgrounds…Opens city to Jews, Christians, and Muslims and rebuilds
a) Akbar
b) Shah Abbas
c) Mehmed II
d) Suleyman

Who supported government change and cultural achievements
a) Otto the Great
b) Shah Jahan
c) Shah Nitanhayo
d) Suleyman the Lawgiver

Who ruled India for Jahangir
a) Aurangzeb
b) Nur Jahan
c) Shah Allag
d) Akbar

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