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Abbasid and Ottoman Empire Unit Review

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  • Q1
    According to Muslim teaching, this individual is believed to be the last and final prophet called upon to spread the word of God by the Angel Gabriel
  • Q2
    The foundation of Muslim beliefs; the rules by which a follower of Islam must adhere to.
    The Ten Commandments
    The Eightfold Path
    Dharma and Karma
    The Five Pillars
  • Q3
    Which factor helps to explain why Muslims were able to advance in science, math, literacy, etc. during their Golden Age (AD 800-1300)?
    Direct involvement in trans-Atlantic trade
    Equal status under law for all citizens
    Cultural diversity accepted by many Islamic governments
    Innovations introduced by the Europeans during the Renaissance
  • Q4
    The situation described in this passage led to the
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    Division of Muslim religion into Sunni and Shia
    Fall of Constantinople
    Great Schism of 1054
    Tensions between Protestants and Catholics
  • Q5
    Which civilization is most closely associated with the belief system referenced in this quote?
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    Byzantine Empire
    Gupta Empire
    Roman Empire
    Abbasid Caliphate
  • Q6
    Which generalization is best supported by the information in this map?
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    The Mediterranean Sea served as a cultural barrier between Asia Minor and North Africa.
    The Ottoman Empire controlled the largest amount of territory by 1453.
    The Safavid Empire controlled parts of western Europe by 1629.
    By the 1500s, the Ottoman Empire controlled parts of the Middle East, North Africa, and eastern Europe.
  • Q7
    Which factor most contributed to the cultural diversity of the Ottoman Empire?
    control of the colonies in the Americas
    central location spanning Europe, Africa, and Asia
    legal system based on the Qur’an (Koran)
    alliances with the Russians and Hapsburgs
  • Q8
    Which empire best fits these descriptions?
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  • Q9
    The Fall of Constantinople is an accomplishment of which Ottoman sultan?
    Mehmed II
    Harun al-Rashid
    Suleiman the Magnificent
  • Q10
    The characteristics best define which group within the Ottoman Empire
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  • Q11
    The most valid statement concerning societies which have had a "Golden Age" is that during these periods they?
    Declined in scientific knowledge and achievements
    Experienced major accomplishments in the arts sciences, and literature
    Possessed great quantities of natural resources
    Developed democratic governments
  • Q12
    In the Middle East, during the Golden Age of Muslim culture, scholars were encouraged to
    Ignore the achievements of Chinese culture
    Preserve and expand ancient Greek and Roman learning
    Reject all knowledge that was western in origin
    Accept medieval Western European Religious ideas
  • Q13
    Many achievements of Islamic civilization (AD 800-1300) reached European society by way of the
    Middle Passage and the Columbian Exchange
    Conquests of the Germanic Tribes and Trade along the Silk Road
    Merchant guilds and the Industrial Revolution
    The Crusades and eastern Mediterranean trading networks
  • Q14
    Which factor led to the fall of the Abbasid Empire?
    Dependence on slaves to produce manufactured goods
    Demands for religious freedom by Christians
    Long periods of drought that led to isolation
    Instability in government such as financial corruption
  • Q15
    Which conclusion about Islamic society during its Golden Age can best be supported by these statements?
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    Cities developed self-sufficient economies.
    People of diverse faiths were forced to convert to Islam.
    Social status of Muslims was locked in at birth
    Achievements relied on a knowledge of math and science.

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