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Suleiman held complete religious and political power. Charles I stormed the English Parliament. Peter the Great expanded serfdom in Russia. The actions of these leaders reflect
a) scientific theory
b) natural rights
c) mercantilism
d) absolutism

The Ottoman Empire disrupted overland trade between Europe and Asia. This statement illustrates the
a) failure of people to adjust to their environment
b) effect of geographic isolation on different societies
c) movement from a traditional to a command economy
d) impact of geography on human activity

One similarity between the rule of Peter the Great of Russia and that of Akbar the Great of India was that both leaders
a) implemented religious codes of conduct within their nations
b) modernized their empires with ideas from other cultures
c) relied on peaceful resolutions of conflicts with neighbors
d) introduced democratic ideas into their political systems

King Louis XIV of France, Peter the Great of Russia, and Suleiman the Magnificent of the Ottoman Empire were all considered absolute rulers because they
a) broke from the Roman Catholic Church
b) helped feudal lords build secure castles
c) provided more power to their parliaments
d) governed without the consent of their people

A major reason that Portugal and Spain established water routes to Asia's spice markets was to
a) experiment with new technology such as the astrolabe
b) provide jobs for navigators, cartographers, and shipbuilders
c) avoid overland routes that were controlled by Muslim traders
d) discover new continents, plants, and animals

One similarity in the rule of Peter the Great, Suleiman I, and Louis XIV is that each leader
a) shared power with a legislature
b) practiced religious toleration
c) expanded his territory
d) decreased the amount of taxes collected

Which empire became powerful partly because of its location near the Mediterranean Sea?
a) German
b) Maya
c) Ming
d) Ottoman

In 1453, the Ottoman Empire rose to power by defeating the
a) Holy Roman Empire
b) European crusaders
c) Byzantine Empire
d) Mongol invaders

One way in which Asoka, Mansa Musa, and Suleiman the Magnificent are similar is that they
a) established republics
b) led nationalist movements
c) ruled during times of prosperity
d) discourage scientific advancements

Studying the architectural features of the Parthenon, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Taj Mahal provides information about the
a) beliefs and values of a given culture
b) climatic changes in an area
c) 19th century use of technology
d) influence of Chinese design

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