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The travels of Marco Polo resulted in the
a) introduction of gunpowder to China
b) decline of Mongol rule in China
c) expansion of trade between China and Europe
d) use of Confucian teachings in Europe

The wealth and power of Mali's ruler, Mansa Musa were significant because they contributed to the
a) start of the Crusades
b) spread of Islam
c) growth of European imperialism
d) rise of Arab nationalism

The Silk Road was important because it allowed for the
a) exploration of China by the Roman Army
b) development of agriculture by the nomadic people of Central Asia
c) movement of Chinese armies through Southeast Asia
d) exchange of goods between Asia and the Middle East

Olympic games, the poems of Homer, and Hellenistic culture are associated with which civilization?
a) Egyptian
b) Greek
c) Roman
d) Phoenician

The Code of Hammurabi was a major contribution to the development of civilization because it
a) treated citizens and slaves equally
b) ended all physical punishment
c) recorded existing laws for all to see
d) rejected the principle of filial piety

One effect of rugged, mountainous geography on the civilization of ancient Greece was the development of
a) absolute monarchies
b) separate, independent city-states
c) extensive trade with the Persians
d) belief in one God

Which fact relating to early Japan was a result of the other three?
a) Japan experienced earthquakes and volcanic eruptions
b) The Japanese developed a nature based belief called Shinto
c) Tsunamis and typhoons sometimes destroyed coastal Japanese villages
d) Mountains are found throughout the islands of Japan

When Koreans call their land "a shrimp among whales," they are referring to
a) the mountains that cover much of the Korean peninsula
b) the environmental damage caused by overfishing in the Pacific
c) their traditional respect for the sea
d) their location between powerful neighbors: Russia, China, and Japan.

The Twelve Tables, Justinian's Code, and the English Bill of Rights are similar in that each addresses the issue of
a) social mobility
b) economic development
c) the individual and the state
d) the importance of religion

Which social scientists are best known for studying the physical artifacts of a culture?
a) geographers
b) archaeologists
c) economists
d) sociologists

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