5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
The people in Eastern Africa south of Egypt who were rivals of the ancient Egyptians and known for their flourishing kingdom between the 400s BC and the 400s CE. They speak their own language and were known by the Egyptians for their darker skin.
- b Mesopotamian empire that conquered the existing Median, Lydian, and Babylonian empires
- c The name of the free trade zone that German states created in the early 19th century, decades prior to their unification.
- d the policy of separating one's country from the economic and political interactions with the rest of the world. nations
- e Largest and most powerful Andean empire. Controlled the Pacific coast of South America from Ecuador to Chile from its capital of Cuzco.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Of or influenced by the Greek Empire. A type of culture typically referred to after the conquests of Alexander the Great.
- This "virgin" queen ruled England for 50 years and was one of the most successful monarchs in English History. She supported the arts, increased the treasury, supported the exploration of the New World, built up the military, and established the Church of England as the main religion in England
- The region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers; birthplace of the Sumerian and Babylonian Civilizations.land between the rivers.
- French revolutionary group formed mainly by middle classes who opposed more radical
- The priest varna of the caste system.
5 True/False questions
Menes → The king who unifed Egypt.
Environment → One of the 5 AP World themes is focused on human interaction with this. Also includes things such as large-scale demographics and disease, human migration, and patterns of settlement.
1905 → Date: Haitian Independence (Hint: 1__4)
Meiji Restoration → In 1868, a Japanese state-sposored industrialization and westernization effort that also involved the elimination of the Shogunate and power being handed over to the Japanese Emperor, who had previously existed as mere spiritual/symbolic figure.
mestizo → The term used by Spanish authorities to describe someone of mixed native American and European descent.