5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Greek and Roman slavery
- Trans-Saharan slave trade
- a Capital of later Song dynasty; located near East China Sea; permitted overseas trading; population exceeded 1 million.
- b Philosopher who believed in an absolute right or wrong; asked students pointed questions to make them use their reason, which later became known as the Socratic method
- c System of managing government through departments run by appointed officials (non-elected).
- d A fairly small-scale trade that developed in the twelfth century CE, exporting West African slaves captured in raids across the Sahara for sale mostly as household servants in Islamic North Africa; the difficulty of travel across the desert limited the scope of this trade.
- e In the Greek and Roman world, slaves were captives from war and piracy (and their descendants), abandoned children, and the victims of long-distance trade; manumission was common. Among the Greeks, household service was the most common form of slavery, but in parts of the Roman state, thousands of slaves were employed under brutal conditions in the mines and on great plantations.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A period of peace and prosperity throughout the Roman Empire, lasting from 27 B.C. to A.D. 180.
- A practice of the San people that entailed the insulting of a hunter, to keep him from becoming overconfident.
- Is the term given to the five duties incumbent on every Muslim. These duties are Shahadah (profession of faith), Salat (ritual prayer), Zakat (almsgiving), Sawm (fasting during Ramadan) and Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca)
- A group of writings sacred in Hinduism concerning the relations of humans, God, and the universe.
- Marked change in the exploitation of domestic animals, no longer solely for the primary products of meat and hides but also for secondary products such as milk and cheese
5 True/False Questions
Tang Dynasty → (618-907 CE) The Chinese dynasty that was much like the Han, who used Confucianism. This dynasty had the equal-field system, a bureaucracy based on merit, and a Confucian education system.
Silk Roads → The most famous of the trading routes established by pastoral nomads connecting the European, Indian, and Chinese; transmitted goods and ideas among civilizations
Effects of the end of the last ice age → A process of centralization that took place in the First Civilizations, growing out of the greater complexity of urban life in recognition of the need for coordination, regulation, adjudication, and military leadership.
Saint Paul → Chinese defensive fortification built to keep out northern nomadic invaders; began during the reign of Shi Huangdi.
Symbolic Language → Descendants of the Prophet Muhammad's uncle, al-Abbas, they overthrew the Umayyad Caliphate and ruled an Islamic empire from their capital in Baghdad (founded 762) from 750 to 1258.