HIS 111, World Civ. WTWA chap. 10 quiz
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Kingdom of Mali emerges
Cahokia flourishes as a commercial hub in North America
Moche peoples found city of Chan Chan in South America
Song dynasty in China
Reconquering of the Iberian Peninsula
Mongol Yuan dynasty
Chimu Empire in South America
A Christian state that looked to Byzantium for spiritual, cultural, and architectural inspiration developed in:
As a center of intellectual life and learning, Timbuktu:
was a major point of congregation, bringing together knowledge from around the Muslim world
Between 1000 and 1300, Afro-Eurasia:
became a unified "world" through trade and migration
Between 1000 and 1300, the Islamic world experienced:
intense cultural growth
How did Japanese leaders respond to China's growing power?
They distanced themselves from Chinese culture and developed their own identity
In the period between 1000-1300, India was:
a diverse mosaic of different cultures, religions and ethnicities
The Chimu Empire, the Toltecs, and the Cahokia had which of the following in common between 1000 and 1300?
They had strong commercial expansionist impulses
The four leading global hubs of maritime trade of this period were:
Cairo, Quanzhou, Melaka, Kollan
The general attitude of Islamic rulers toward religious minorities was characterized by:
acceptance of religious minorities as long as they accepted Islam's ultimate political hegemony
The principal long-term effect of the Crusades was:
a hardening of Muslim opinion against Franks and Western Christianity
The trans-Saharan and Indian Ocean slave trade:
sold slaves as far as Iraq for tasks such as plantation labor, concubinage, sailors, and the military
The Turkish invasions of India:
added an Islamic layer to India's cultural mosaic
To which African political unit do the terms Sundiata, Mansa Musa, and Timbuktu correspond?
The Empire of Mali
What effect did new Chinese technologies have on Song China?
The world's first manufacturing revolution
What was the main cause of the Cahokia's downfall?
Its inhabitants depleted their resources until they could no longer sustain their civilization
Which of the following best characterizes the Mongols?
They were fierce nomads whose warriors could ride up to seventy miles per day
Which of the following contributed to the development of Europe's Christian identity?
Increase in the number of churches and universities
Which of the following contributed to the maritime revolution that facilitated the growth of long-distance trade?
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Improved navigational aids, such as the needle compass.
Refinements in shipbuilding.
Breakthrough in commercial laws and accounting practices.
Which of the following contributed to the strength of the Mongols?
Horseback-riding technologies, such as stirrups and saddles
Which of the following statements is true about Buddhism in India from the 11th through the 13th centuries?
Elements were mixed into Hinduism, while many adherents converted to Islam or assimilated into the Hindu population