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Chapter 11 AP World
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which of the following describes the role pastoral societies played in world history before the Mongol empire?
they created a series of nomadic empires and controlled major trade routes
why did pastoral societies emerge only in the Afro-Eurasian world and not in the Americas?
there was a lack of large animals that could be domesticated in the Americas
A characteristic feature of pastoral societies was their
which of the following describes pastoral societies' relationship with agricultural societies?
pastoral societies sought food stuffs, manufactured goods, and luxury items from agricultural societies
in comparison to the Mongol conquests of Persia and China, Mongol rule in Russia
was not accompanied by Mongol occupation
which of the following was a long-term effect of the Black Death on European society?
the weakening of serfdom
which of the following was an obstacle to the creation of large empires among pastoralists?
internal rivalry between clans
like the Arabs and the Persians, the Turks between the tenth and fourteenth centuries
converted to Islam and introduced the religion to the areas they conquered
which of the following was a nomadic empire that served as a model for the Turks and the mongols?
which of the following facilitated the creation of the Mongol empire?
the tribal values and loyalties of the Mongols functioned as a powerful unifying ideology
which of the following describes the transformation of the Turkic people from the tenth to the fourteenth centuries?
they changed from polytheistic worshippers to followers and carriers of a monotheistic Islam
which of the following resulted from Mongol rule over Russia?
the adoption by Russian princes of the Mongols' diplomatic rituals and court practices
which of the following was a way in which the Mongols contributed to the globalization of the Eurasian world?
in providing a secure environment for traders, they facilitated long-distance international commerce
which region gained the most from the exchanges of ideas and technologies facilitated by the Mongol empire?
refer to map 11.1 in the textbook. which country was not conquered by the Mongols despite repeated invasion?
which of the following contributed to Temujin's rise to power and recognition as Chinggis Khan of the Great Mongol Nation?
the incorporation of warriors from defeated tribes into his own forces
which of the following is an example of the Mongol rulers' policy toward people in the conquered territories?
Chinese and Muslim officials were allowed to hold advisory positions in government
what aspects of Chinese civilization did Mongol rulers in the Yuan dynasty adopt?
the use of traditional Confucian rituals
what role did the Mongol women play in the administration of the Mongol empire?
they advised on government policies and court decisions
the most difficult and protracted of the Mongols' many conquests was in
what happened to the Mongols in Persia in the 14th century?
the Mongols assimilated into Persian society
Mongol rule in Russia facilitated the rise to power of which city?
why was promoting international commerce important to the Mongols?
they wanted to extract wealth from civilizations by taxing trade
which of the following is an example of the types of exchanges facilitated by Mongol rule over much of Eurasia?
the sharing of intelligence information between Persia and China
which of the following was a feature of Mongol rule?
tolerance of all religions
which of the following is a reason western Europe was not conquered by the Mongols?
western Europe lacked adequate pasture for Mongol herds
which of the following is an example of the ideas and techniques exchanged with the Eurasian network facilitated by Mongol rule?
the transmission of the Chinese practice of acupuncture to the Middle East
The Mongol Empire played a significant role in world history because it
brought together the nomadic peoples of inner Eurasia and the agricultural civilizations of outer Eurasia
in what ways were Europeans in the 16th century similar to Mongols in the 13th century?
both were on the periphery of the major established civilizations
as a corrective to past views of pastoral peoples, recent interpretations of their role in world history have drawn attention to their
development of cultures centered on horses, camels, or cattle
which of the following did the Mongol ruler Ogodei list as one of his greatest accomplishments?
the placement of spies and agents among the people in the cities
the excerpts describing the Mongol practice of anda and the process by which Temujin acquired the title of Chinggis Khan suggest that political authority and political relationships were based on
deeply personal ties of friendship and loyalty
what do the selections by Chinggis Khan and Ogodei, as well as the epitaph for the Mongol official Menggu, reveal about Mongol rule in China?
the Mongols adopted many Confucian ideas on governance
which of the following descriptions of the mongols reflects the Russian view as recorded in the Chronicle of Novgorod?
"The pagan and godless Tartars..."
which of the following actions by the Mongol official Menggu reflect Confucian ideals of government?
exemption from taxes and labor service during times of bad harvest
in the image of flagellants in the Netherlands, what detail reflects the inspiration for the practice of flagellation?
the Christ on the cross
what is missing in the image of the burial scene in Visual Source 11.2 that would most likely be present in a proper Christian burial?
By portraying the pope, the emperor, and the empress in this segment of the Dance of Death painting, what message is conveyed?
religious and political power cannot protect one from death's reach
in the 15th century English painting, what role do the priest and the Christ figure serve?
to offer the hope of eternal salvation
in the painting of the Dance of Death, what does Death say in response to the empress?
"Fall in! It is now time. You thought I should let you off? No way!"
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