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AP World History: Midterm
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The Sahara held rich deposits of which highly valued commodity?
Which of the following was a consequence of the exchange of diseases along the Silk Road?
Europeans developed some immunity to Eurasian diseases
The trade conducted along the Silk Road was largely related trade because
Goods were passed down the line rather than carried by one merchant along the entire route
How did Buddhism change as it spread along the Silk Road?
The gods of many people along the Silk Roads were incorporated as bodhisattvas
Trade along the Silk Roads was facilitated by
Large and powerful states that provided security for merchants and travelers
Swahili civilization was influenced by which people?
The image below illustrates the maritime power of
The absence of which of the following made long distance trade in the Americas difficult?
Between 500 and 1500, the civilizations of Mesoamerica and the Andes
Created a long-distance trade network in the America
Which of the following did not monopolize trade along the Sahara?
The Silk Road built on earlier trading connections between European civilizations and
The spread of the Black Death from a China to Europe in the 14th century occurred during an era of increased contact facilitated by
Which of the following served as facilitators of trade in the Aztec Empire in Mesoamerica?
How did the Silk Road trade affect peasants in China?
Peasants focused more on producing luxury goods
The image below features the Khmer temple complex of
Which of the following describes conditions in a China in the three centuries following the collapse of the Han dynasty around 220 C.E.?
Northern Nomads conquered some portions of China
Those who participated in the Chinese tribute system gained
The opportunity to trade in China
Which of the following is a reason that the Tang and Song dynasties are regarded as "golden age" in China?
The setting of standards of excellence in art and literature
Which of the following contributed to Chinas economic prosperity during the Tang and a song dynasties?
A complex network of internal waterways that provided cheap transportation
Why were women's lives more restricted in The a Song Dynasty than in the Tang Dynasty?
The revival of Confucianism
What do the Xiongnu, the Uighurs, the Khitan, and the Jurchen have in common
All four required China to send them valuable goods in return for not attacking China
In their relations with China, the countries of Vietnam and Japan both
Sent people to China to study Chinese thought and culture
Which of the following was a technological innovation that spread from China to the rest of Eurasia
In Song Dynasty China, masculine identity came to be defined in terms of
Calligraphy, scholarship, painting, and poetry
All of the following societies took part in sinification during the Tang and/or Song era except
Which Song-era practice suggests women's lives were more restricted than they had been in the Tang Dynasty?
Identify the sequence of post-classical Chinese dynasties from earliest to latest occurring
Xenophobia in China was heightened through the
An Lushan Rebellion
Membership in the umma was based on a common
What initiated the division within Islam between the Sunnis and Shias?
Disagreement over who should assume leadership in the Islamic world
Which of the following explains why Muhammad's face is obscured in image-based sources?
To avoid idolatry
The rapid expansion of the Islamic Empire in the century following the death of Muhammad was bolstered by
The weakness of the Byzantine and Persian empires
Which of the following religious traditions blended elements of Hinduism and Islam?
According to the Quran, women were
Spiritually equal to men
In contrast to the Umayyad dynasty, the caliphs of the Abbasid dynasty
Allowed non-Arabs to play a prominent role in society
Which of the following is a distinctive feature of Sufism?
Renunciation of the material world in the pursuit of spiritual union with Allah
Sufi practitioners facilitated conversion of Islam in Anatolia and India by
Emphasizing personal experience of the divine rather than the law
The pilgrimage to Mecca that Muslims should try to make at least once in the lifetime is called the
Which of the following individuals is highlighted through the characteristics listed below?
-lived in the late fifteenth to early sixteenth centuries
-female Sufi master and poet
-probably composed more works in Arabic than any other women prior to the twentieth century
'A' ishah al-ba' uniyyah
Why was the city of Mecca important?
It was the site of the Kaaba where pilgrims congregated.
Al-uma is account most likely describes the hajj of
In comparison to Byzantium, Latin Christendom before 1000 C.E. was a
What advantage did the Byzantine Empire have that enabled it to survive as a political entity for a thousand years longer than the western part of the Roman Empire
A stronger military
Which of the following was a long-term impact of the Crusades in Europe
Spain, Sicily, and the Baltic region permanently joined the world of western Christendom
Disagreement over which of the following contributed to the split between the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church?
The religious authority of the Bible
Which of the following features of the Byzantine Empire did the new civilization of Kievan Rus adopt?
The political ideals of imperial control of the the Church
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