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Homework 6 Final Review Exam

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  • Q1
    Base your answer to the question on the diagram below and on your knowledge of social studies. What is the best title for this diagram? (1) Elements of Belief Systems (2) Characteristics of Classical Civilizations (3) Benefits of the Counter Reformation (4) Changes during the Neolithic Revolution
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    Changes during the Neolithic Revolution
    Characteristics of Classical Civilizations
    Benefits of the Counter Reformation
    Elements of Belief System
    300s
  • Q2
    Which of the following was an effect of the turning point identified in this diagram?
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    Establishment of the first civilizations
    Paleolithic gatherers gained more power
    Food supplies became insecure
    Livestock became wild
    300s
  • Q3
    A frieze is a decoration that hangs on a wall near the ceiling. This frieze was discovered in the region known as Mesopotamia and is believed to have been created between 6500 and 3800 BCE. What the best use of this source for a historian?
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    To depict warfare in ancient Mesopotamia
    (1) To estimate the number of people who worshipped Ninhursag
    To understand ancient Mesopotamians agriculture
    (4) To make a timeline of Mesopotamian rulers
    300s
  • Q4
    Base your answer to the question on the passage below and your knowledge of social studies. “If a seignior (noble) has knocked out the tooth of a seignior of his own rank, they shall knock out his tooth. But if he has knocked out a commoner's tooth, he shall pay one-third mina of silver.” – Code of Hammurabi excerpt from the NYS Global History and Geography Regents Exam
    Oral history
    Newspaper article
    Legal code
    Letter
    300s
  • Q5
    Base your answer to the question on the passage below and your knowledge of social studies. “If a seignior (noble) has knocked out the tooth of a seignior of his own rank, they shall knock out his tooth. But if he has knocked out a commoner's tooth, he shall pay one-third mina of silver.” – Code of Hammurabi excerpt from the NYS Global History and Geography Regents Exam Which idea of Babylonian society does this portion of the Hammurabi code of law reflect?
    Divisions existed between social classes
    4. Violence was always punished with violence.
    1. All men were equal under the law.
    2. Fines were preferable to corporal punishment.
    300s
  • Q6
    Based on the information in this illustration, which statement about the society of ancient Egypt is accurate?
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    Social mobility was unrestricted.
    Soldiers outnumbered farmers.
    The social structure was hierarchical.
    300s
  • Q7
    The most appropriate use for this illustration would be to
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    Understand the daily lives of slaves in Ancient Egypt
    Accurately count the number of people in each profession in Ancient Egypt
    Understand the social class system in Ancient Egypt
    300s
  • Q8
    Document 1 Hebrew text: “Honor your father and mother . . . You shall not murder . . . You shall not steal.” Document 2 The Analects: “In his (the leader) personal conduct, he was respectful. In his serving his superiors, he was reverent. In his nourishing the people, he was kind. In governing the people, he was righteous.” — Confucius Identify a similarity between Documents 1 and 2.
    Both texts provided Chinese civilizations with structure to their society.
    Trade spread the beliefs in these texts to Europe and Asia.
    Both texts refer to polytheistic religions.
    Both texts provided guidance for how followers of belief systems should live their lives.
    300s
  • Q9
    Li Si was a strong supporter of legalism and served as the Grand Counselor to Emperor Shi Huangdi (259-210 BCE) in China. In this passage, Li Si is responding to a scholar who has challenged the Emperor’s movement away from traditional values. … “I humbly propose that all historical records but those of Chin [Qin] be burned. If anyone who is not a court scholar dares to keep the ancient songs, historical records or writings of the hundred schools, these should be confiscated and burned by the provincial governor and army commander. Those who in conversation dare to quote the old songs and records should be publicly executed; those who use old precedents [examples] to oppose the new order should have their families wiped out; and officers who know of such cases but fail to report them should be punished in the same way. “If thirty days after the issuing of this order the owners of these books have still not had them destroyed, they should have their faces tattooed and be condemned to hard labour at the Great Wall. The only books which need not be destroyed are those dealing with medicine, divination and agriculture. Those who want to study the law can learn it from the officers.” The emperor sanctioned [approved] this proposal.… Source: Szuma Chien, Records of the Historian, The Commercial Press from the NYS Global History and Geography Regents Exam, June 2012 Based on the excerpt above, identify Li Si’s point of view.
    Traditional values are a threat to Shi Huangdi’s power
    (1) Medicine, divination, and agriculture are the most important topics to study.
    (2) Building the Great Wall is a reward for studying important topics.
    (4) Shi Huangdi will not bring China prosperity
    300s
  • Q10
    Li Si was a strong supporter of legalism and served as the Grand Counselor to Emperor Shi Huangdi (259-210 BCE) in China. In this passage, Li Si is responding to a scholar who has challenged the Emperor’s movement away from traditional values. … “I humbly propose that all historical records but those of Chin [Qin] be burned. If anyone who is not a court scholar dares to keep the ancient songs, historical records or writings of the hundred schools, these should be confiscated and burned by the provincial governor and army commander. Those who in conversation dare to quote the old songs and records should be publicly executed; those who use old precedents [examples] to oppose the new order should have their families wiped out; and officers who know of such cases but fail to report them should be punished in the same way. “If thirty days after the issuing of this order the owners of these books have still not had them destroyed, they should have their faces tattooed and be condemned to hard labour at the Great Wall. The only books which need not be destroyed are those dealing with medicine, divination and agriculture. Those who want to study the law can learn it from the officers.” The emperor sanctioned [approved] this proposal.… Source: Szuma Chien, Records of the Historian, The Commercial Press from the NYS Global History and Geography Regents Exam, June 2012 A historian could best use this source to
    Learn how scholars protested Shi Huangdi’s policies
    (4) Explore common tattoos in Classical China
    Determine working conditions at the Great Wall
    Find out about Shi Huangdi’s values as a leader
    300s
  • Q11
    One social effect of following Confucian ideas during the Han Dynasty was that
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    Women were treated as inferior to men.
    Older brothers had to do what younger brothers told them to do.
    Citizens elected their emperor.
    All citizens were treated equally.
    300s
  • Q12
    What statement is best supported by the information in the diagram?
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    (3) Buddhists support the caste system.
    Buddhists support the use of violence when it is required.
    Buddhists use meditation to practice controlling their thoughts.
    300s
  • Q13
    Identify one effect the caste system had on Hindus during the Gupta Empire.
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    (2) Hindus followed Siddhartha Gautama's teaching to guide their lives
    Hindus followed their caste-duty to be reincarnated in a higher caste.
    (3) Hindus believed that no matter what they did, they would be reborn in the same caste in the next life.
    300s
  • Q14
    Identify the best use of this map for a historian.
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    To analyze trade routes between Early River Valley Civilizations
    To compare the geographic context of Early River Valley Civilizations
    To compare the written languages of Early River Valley Civilizations
    (1) To explore the religious beliefs of people living in Early River Valley Civilizations
    300s

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