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Herodotus saw himself writing for a ______ audience.
The work of Herodotus was narrated and performed ________.
The Histories of Herodocus were written and performed in the second half of the ______ century BC.
Marco Polo was from _______.
Marco Polo visited the court of _______.
Marco Polo lived in the _______ century.
Ibn Battuta was from _______ and lived in the ______ century.
Agricola was Tacitus's _______.
Tacitus served as a senator in the _______ in the _______ century.
Roman Empire, 1st
Ibn Fadlan is an expert in ________ in the court of the ______ caliph al-Muqtadir.
Islamic jurisprudence and faith, Abbasid.
Ibn Fadlan's account covers his journey from ______ to the camp of the Bulghar khan.
In the time of Ibn Fadlan, that is _____ century, Baghdad was a _______ and _______ imperial capital.
14th, multicultural, multilingual
Colonialism is a political-economic phenomenon whereby various Eruopean nations _____, ______, ______, and _______ large areas of the world.
explored, conquered, settled, exploited
The two major forms of colonies are _____ and ______.
Unlike colonialism, imperialism is driven by ______.
Two distinct forms of imperialism are _____ and ______.
French form of imperialism required an extreme degree of _______ _________.
A rapacious policy of imperial expansion was justified by the invention of the _____ ______, whose task was to bring the benefits of the imperial culture, religion and language to the "unenlightened" races of the earth.
The idea of imperialism, and the notion of a civilizing mission, presupposed _____ _____, for the fundamental difference between civilization and savagery that justified and required the civilizing mission assumed a basic differentiation between white and non-white races.
Until the second half of the nineteenth century much British colonization was carried out by ______ _______.
Okot p'Bitek was from ______.
Hernan Cortes was a ______ conquistador.
The aim of the Columbus expedition was to find ______.
a route to India
Christopher Columbus describes the local people as ______ and _______.
In "The Woman With Whom I Share My Husband", Lawino the narrator likens Tina to a ______.
In her songs Lawino asks her husband Ocol to stop _______.
Albert Memmi argues that the two answers of the colonized in a colonial situation are to ______ and ______.
In "The White Man's Burden", Rudyard Kipling describes the Filipinos (or "uncivilized people") as ______ and ______.
half child, half devil
In "The White Man's Burden", Rudyard Kipling urged the U.S. to take up the "burden" of _______, as had Britain and other European nations.
The publication of "The White Man's Burden" coincided with the beginning of the _______ and U.S. Senate ratification of the treaty that placed Puerto Rico, Guam, Cuba, and the Philippines under American control.
(T/F) Colonization proved that empires had to be geographically coherent.
F, no longer have to be geographically coherent
(T/F) The colonized world encompassed more than three quarters of the globe.
(T/F) Imperialism as a modern concept was essentially a Russian invention.
F, French invention
(T/F) The First World War (Great War) was the straightforward product of the imperial system.
(T/F) Christopher Columbus was sent on an expedition to the Indies by the Venetian government.
F, Spanish government
(T/F) Christopher Columbus was aware that he had "discovered" a new continent
F, was not aware
(T/F) Tenochtitlan, the Aztec capital, was an insignificant city with a small population
(T/F) Montezuma thought Cortes and his men were Quetzalcoatl and other gods returning from over the sea
(T/F) Marco Polo dictated his travels while in captivity
(T/F) A nation's geography and climate were believed to be important factors in the character of its people
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