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Civs of Asia Review

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  • Q1
    Oracle bones, Daoism, and the Mandate of Heaven are all associated with early civilizations in
  • Q2
    What is a long term effect of ancient trade routes?
    the spread of religion throughout the trade routes
    use of silk throughout ancient and modern societies
    colonization of weaken nations along the trade routes
    the spread of unifying systems of government
  • Q3
    What was the main purpose of the Great Wall of China?
    to serve as an observatory for astronomers and scientists
    to spread the ideas of Chinese civilizations to the rest of the world
    to protect China from earthquakes and other natural disasters
    to create a boundary between China and its neighbors
  • Q4
    Which civilization first developed a civil service system, invented gunpowder, and manufactured porcelain?
  • Q5
    China's influence on medieval Japan is illustrated by Japan's development of
    a civil service exam
    a writing system
    the samurai tradition
    haiku poetry
  • Q6
    What are the different types of architecture used on the Taj Mahal?
    Persian, Indian, Islamic
    Indian, Roman, Islamic
    Roman, Greek, Persian
    Islamic, Persian, Chinese
  • Q7
    How did Muslims come to rule India?
    The Delhi Sultanate allowed Muslims to rule in their stead
    Muslim raiders conquered the region in the early 700s, in the 1200s the Delhi Sultanate was established
    Muslim traders arrived and lived peacefully with Hindus and Buddhists
    Muslim raiders arrived in the 1200s conquering India
  • Q8
    Which group was responsible for developing a tribute system, re-establishing trade along the Silk Roads, and creating an empire from Eastern Europe to the Pacific coast of Asia?
  • Q9
    Which statements shows how trade routes influenced ancient societies?
    As silk grew popular, it became a common material used in clothing across civilizations
    As different civilizations traded goods, they also shared cultural values and beliefs
    As trade over land became easier, trade by water became unnecessary
    As trade developed, long-distance travel became safe and easy for every civilization
  • Q10
    One characteristic of the Japanese feudal society is
    The Emperor could control the whole country
    The Shogun was able to conquer other territories
    Allowed social equality for all classes
    Samurai provided military protection for the daimyo's land in return for money and social status
  • Q11
    Endurance, cunning, physical strength, and courage were the ideal characteristics of
    Confucian officials
    Hindu governors
    Japanese samurai
    Buddhist priests
  • Q12
    What was the main contribution of Emperor Shi Huangdi to China?
    He required citizens to use the Mongol language
    He unified most of China under one government
    He established a public education system
    He encouraged the acceptance of the Hindu religion
  • Q13
    Which areas did the Mongols conquer and incorporate into their empire?
    Spain, France, Egypt
    Japan, India, and eastern Europe
    Axum, Zimbabwe, and West Africa
    China, Russia, Iran
  • Q14
    Which statement describes the relationship between China and the Middle East in the 8th century CE?
    Chinese and Middle Eastern civilizations spoke the sam language.
    Chinese and Middle Eastern civilizations fought many wars against each other.
    Chinese and Middle Eastern civilizations practiced the same religion.
    Chinese and Middle Eastern civilizations traded with each other along the Silk Roads
  • Q15
    In the Tang and Song eras, the old landed aristocracy was replaced by the _____________ as the political and economic elite of Chinese society.
    Landless laborers
    New wealthy foreigners

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