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Title: Ch. 16-20 Test Review

Ch. 16-20 Test Review
  • Out of the struggle for power in Iran emerged a
    chief of Kurdish, Iranian and Greek ancestry
  • Mehmet
  • Akbar
  • Barbur
  • Issac
  • Ismail

  • One difference between the Ottoman and Iranian
    states was that the Iranian state was based on
  • Shiism
  • Sunnism
  • Sufism
  • Sikhism
  • Kurdishism

  • Which of the following statements is NOT true
    about the decline of Mughal India?
  • The decline of the central government and the
    rise of regional states benefitted from the
    removal of the sultans heavy hand.
  • Linguistic and religious communities gained more
    freedom when the power of central government
  • The disintegration of central power favored the
    intrusion of European powers.
  • The decline of the Mughal empire allowed yet
    another Muslim sultanate to rule India
  • The land grant system was a major element of

  • How did African kings and merchants obtain slaves
    for sale?
  • Most of them were prisoners of war.
  • Most of them were children sold into slavery by
    their parents.
  • Most of them were captured in slave raids.
  • Most of them were hereditary slaves owned by
  • Most of them were indentured servants.

  • Why were African slaves the form of labor
    preferred by the operators of sugar plantations?
  • Africans were better able to withstand disease.
  • Africans were enslaved primarily because of
    European prejudice against them.
  • Africans already knew how to grow sugar cane.
  • Africans were simply more cost effective.
  • Africans were preferred because of their
    experience as farmers.

  • Which of these were considered the Gunpowder
    Empires in the Islamic World?
  • Ming China, Mughal India, Seljuk Turks
  • Tokugawa Shogunate, Ming China, Yuan China
  • Ottoman turkey, Delhi Sultanate, Khmer Cambodia
  • Safavid Persia, Ottoman Turkey, Mughal India
  • Safavid Persia, Ming China, Tokugawa Shogunate

  • Which of the following did NOT happen in China
    during the Ming Dynasty?
  • China was no longer under the control of Mongol
  • Contact with other nations increased with the
    creation of a Chinese navy.
  • Buddhism became the official state religion of
  • Chinese foreign policy was based on collecting
    tribute instead of waging war.
  • There was an increase in the number of cash crops
    grown, such as cotton

  • A new 14th century Ottoman military resource was
    Christian prisoners of war, called
  • Janissaries.
  • Knights of the Cross.
  • Mamluks.
  • Caspian slaves.
  • Lollards.

  • In 1453, the Ottoman armies attacked
    Constantinople and brought the end to
  • Turkish rule
  • Byzantine rule.
  • Arab rule.
  • Egyptian rule.
  • Mongol rule.

  • Which of the following provides the most accurate
    description of the Columbian Exchange?
  • European food to the Western Hemisphere Western
    Hemisphere diseases to Europe African population
    to Europe
  • African livestock to the Western Hemisphere
    European technology to Africa Western Hemisphere
    food to Europe
  • Western Hemisphere technology to Africa African
    food to Europe European population to the New
  • European technology to Africa Western Hemisphere
    population to Africa African food to the Western
  • African population to the Western Hemisphere
    Western Hemisphere food to Europe and Africa
    African and European diseases to the Western

  • Peter the Great was determined to
  • drive all the Turks from Russia.
  • make an alliance with the Jesuits.
  • convert to Roman Catholicism.
  • promote Western ideas.
  • sever ties with Western Europe.

  • As global trade expanded in the 16th and 17th
    centuries, which of the following economies
    exported more than it imported, thus absorbing a
    large amount of the worlds silver?
  • China
  • Japan
  • Ethiopia
  • Spain
  • Portugal

  • The Russian word tsar means
  • Khan.
  • Crown.
  • Caesar.
  • Throne.
  • Representative of God.

  • Why were the Ottoman sultans male relatives kept
    confined to the palace after the mid-seventeenth
  • The plague was raging, and the sultan feared that
    if he should die there would be no one to take
    his place.
  • The sultan worried about their mortality if they
    were exposed to strange women.
  • This way the sultan could keep them from meddling
    in politics or from planning coups.
  • This was the best way to ensure that they would
    not be kidnapped by the rival Safavid Empire.
  • The Ottoman royal family gradually became

  • Which of the following did NOT contribute to the
    success of the European maritime empires?
  • improvements in ship design
  • improved accuracy in navigation
  • the use of cannon
  • the development of joint-stock companies
  • the complex system of Western philosophy,
    Protestantism, and Progressivism, applied to the
    method of conquest

  • John Calvin preached that salvation was granted
  • predestination.
  • good works.
  • faith.
  • good thoughts
  • the Pope.

  • The most deadly of the early epidemics brought to
    the Americas from Europe was
  • cholera.
  • measles.
  • smallpox.
  • bubonic plague.
  • influenza.

  • What was the ultimate outcome of the French and
    Indian War (The Seven Years War)?
  • France won its bid to build an empire in the
    Americas without the interference of the English.
  • A large Amerindian confederation was formed with
    which later European immigrants had to negotiate.
  • France finally lost the war to the Spanish.
  • France was forced to yield Canada to England and
    cede Louisiana to Spain.
  • France lost America, but was free to dominate
    India, which it did.

  • Which was the most long-lived of the post-Mongol
    Muslim empires?
  • The Delhi Sultanate
  • The Ottoman Empire
  • The Safavid Empire
  • The Umayyad Caliphate
  • The Mughal Empire

  • Most slave deaths on the Middle Passage were due
  • drowning when slaves tried to swim to shore while
  • starvation.
  • disease.
  • punishment or execution.
  • suicide.

  • Which of the following most clearly
    differentiates the Tokugawa Shogunate from the
    previous period in Japanese history?
  • establishment of nation-states in Japan
  • extension of feudalism
  • use of technology decreased
  • interest in Asian spice trade
  • existence of slave trade

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  • In general, what trade goods were the Africans
    most interested in importing from Europe?
  • Gold, salt, and ivory
  • Porcelain, silver, and guns
  • Textiles, hardware, and guns
  • Gold, silver, and guns
  • Beads, iron kettles, and brass pans

  • Which of these European animals had the greatest
    impact on the lifestyle of Amerindians?
  • sheep
  • horses
  • cattle
  • dogs
  • rabbits

  • What is the historical significance of the early
    modern period in Europe?
  • It was primarily an age of progress for Europe.
  • It allowed women to gain equality with men.
  • Most Europeans became better off with the
    increase in wages and the decrease in progress.
  • It was a time when technology was outstripped by
    Chinese technology.
  • The balance of power had shifted in the Asians

  • Which of the following became the richest
    institution of the Spanish colonies?
  • The Catholic Church
  • The Colonial Government
  • The silver mines
  • The military
  • The Hacienda

  • The European cultural impact on Africa during the
    Atlantic system is best described as
  • vast.
  • minimal.
  • non-existent.
  • equal to that of Islam.
  • greater than that of Islam
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