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Cycle 3 Test Review
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Create an impression of reaching towards heaven.
The architecture style of the Catholic Church attempted to:
SW end of the Arabian Peninsula.
The Muslim holy city of Mecca is located on the:
The division of Western and Eastern Churches into Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy.
Opposing opinions on Christian theology contributed to:
Providing military service.
A vassal is expected to show loyalty to a lord by:
being outposts for missionary work. (Imagine them as home bases so that missionaries could go further into unconverted lands.)
One way monasteries contributed to the spread of Christianity in Europe was by:
Song dynasty of China.
Invention of the magnetic compass, paper money, and movable-type printing occurred during the:
The spread of Buddhism to Japan and Korea.
One impact on Asia of the Tang dynasty reunifying China was:
Stability and security.
The medieval Church was a unifying force in Europe after the fall of Rome because it offered:
Emperor Justinian's close connection between church and state in the Byzantine Empire.
Actions such as building large churches such as the Hagia Sophia reflect:
Both served as unifying influences on culture.
Christianity and Islam were important institutions in the reconsolidation of Europe following the collapse of the Roman Empire because:
Unifying North Africa, Arabia, Persia and Asia Minor under a centralized authority.
The spread of Islam brought political changes to Southwest Asia by:
Lost social status evidenced by the practice of foot binding.
The revival of Confucian teachings by Tang leaders in China affected women in that they:
The idea that only one God should be worshiped.
A common belief held by Jews, Christians and Muslims is:
They were tolerant of other religions compared to other conquerors.
A feature of Arab policy toward conquered peoples that facilitated the spread of Islam was that:
The observance of holy sacraments.
For early Christians following Church teachings involved:
Religious Muslims practice their faith by adherence to the:
The spread of goods and ideas from China.
Junks, a Chinese technological innovation (type of boat), contributed most to:
libraries and institutions such as the House of Wisdom which stored information.
The advances of the Muslim world were preserved for future generations in:
Provide serfs with protection.
Under the manorial system, nobles were required to:
The preservation and translation of Greek and Roman texts.
One contribution of Muslim scholarship in Spain to the intellectual life of Europe was:
Muslim, Jewish, and Christian societies in Europe during the Middle Ages.
A mutual desire for profitable trade contributed to favorable interactions among:
Islam coexisted separately from the dominant Indian religion of Hinduism.
Muslim expansion into India differed from expansion across North Africa in that:
Hindus and non-Muslims.
One factor contributing to a golden age of Indian society during Mughal rule was religious toleration for:
The prohibition of enslaving fellow Muslims.
One factor that shaped the practice of slavery in the Islamic world was:
Trade along gold-salt routes.
One factor that favored the spread of Islam to West Africa was:
The rise of the princes of Moscow as a regional power.
One result of deteriorating Mongol domination of Russian principalities was:
The rise of the Ottoman Turks as a regional power.
One result of deteriorating Mongol domination of Islamic regions was:
A vast, unified empire of many cultures.
One result of Mongol expansion across Eurasia during the Middle Ages was:
A golden age of science and intellectual advances.
One result of the interaction of Jews, Christians and Muslims in medieval Spain was:
A variety of roles and responsibilities.
Enslaved people in Muslim and African societies during the Middle Ages had:
Mongols captured Baghdad and ended Seljuk Turk rule. Their control fell apart because they could not rule the distant region, allowing the Ottoman Turks to come to power.
The following summarizes the effects of Mongol invasions on the Islamic world:
Leave the manor to seek jobs.
The spread of the Black Death affected the manorial system in Europe because population loss allowed peasants to:
The decline of the manorial economy.
The Crusades contributed to the end of the medieval era in Europe because trade was revived leading to:
Events of the Great Schism.
The prestige and authority of the Pope's leadership of the Roman Catholic Church were most challenged by the:
The structure of European Feudalism was as follows:
1 - provides land for his vassals to own and his peasants to work in exchange for their respective services.
2 - serves in the lord's army in exchange for food and property.
3 - provides food for both vassals and lords in exchange for protection.
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