5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Peasants' Revolts
- printing press
- Sufism Bengal, Bhakti Hindu, Sikhism Punjab
- War of Roses
- a England; Lancaster vs. York...Tudors won instead in 1485.
- b shiism; from southwest persia (iran), organized, fierce, intolerant.
- c French revolt (jacquerie) and english revolt of peasants
- d invented in 1460s; presses and anonymous pamphlets circulated religious and political views different from the monarchy.
- e religious rivals once the Delhi Sultanate fell.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- most sacred of Christian cathedrals...largest house of worship in all christendom.
- three palaces (turkey, india, china)
- teachings of nanak (renounced caste system and treated all believers of god as equals).
- bubonic, pneumonic and septicaemic. Death ranges 25 to 50 percent. Spread by weather, rats, people migrating, and trade routes. known as the pestilence or the great mortality. Afro-eurasion pandemic of the fourteenth century.
- group of revolutionaries during the ming dynasty that blended China's rich and diverse popular cultural and religious traditions and also attempted to bring legitimate government.
5 True/False Questions
Mehmed the Conqueror → Joao's (ruled spain) son; "the navigator" supported expeditions and expansion. sends first ships around Good Hope.
Delhi Sultunate → rebirth; Scholars and artist develop humanism; Arts, sciences and literature
Marriage of Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon → Spain unifies; Reconquista begins and Moors driven back to North Africa.
Bhakti Hinduism → preached doctrine of divine love
Cortes in Spain, Parliament in England, Estates general in France → new advisory councils that grow