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- Abraham Lincoln
- House of Burgesses
- Silla Dynasty
- a 16th president of the United States; helped preserve the United States by leading the defeat of the secessionist Confederacy; an outspoken opponent of the expansion of slavery.
- b Elected assembly in colonial Virginia, created in 1618.
- c The dynasty in Korea that rallied to prevent Chinese domination in the seventh century CE.
Mass murder of Jews under the Nazi Regime
- e Also called economic imperialism, this is the domination of newly independent countries by foreign business interests that causes colonial-style economies to continue, which often caused monoculture (a country only producing one main export like sugar, oil, etc).
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Federation of Northeast Asian (from Manchuria) peoples who founded the Qing Empire.
- period in the 16th and 17th centuries where many thinkers rejected doctrines of the past dealing with the natural world in favor of new scientific ideas.
- Date: Norman Conquest of England
(Hint: __66 CE)
An ancient Greek philosophy that became popular amongst many notable Romans. Emphasis on ethics. They considered destructive emotions to be the result of errors in judgment, and that a wise person would repress emotions, especially negative ones and that "virtue is sufficient for happiness." They were also concerned with the conflict between free will and determinism. They were also non-dualists and naturalists.
- One of the first urbanized centers in western Africa. A walled community home to approximately 50,000 people at its height. Evidence suggests domestication of agriculture and trade with nearby regions.
5 True/False Questions
Subordinate to Alexander who took over Egypt after his death
cotton → The plant that produces fibers from which many textiles are woven. Native to India, it spread throughout Asia and then to the New World. It has been a major cash crop in various places, including early Islamic Iran, Yi Korea, Egypt, and the US
Karl Marx → A specialized agency of the United Nations that makes loans to countries for economic development, trade promotion, and debt consolidation. Its formal name is the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Egypt → In the early 19th century, the Ottoman Empire lost this North African country which had been part of it's empire.
Buddhism → In the classical and postclassical era, people in this country invented the compass, the rudder, and gun powder, among other things.