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Ch 22 APWH
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1) Which of these rulers oversaw the siege of Constantinople in 1453?
B) Suleyman the Magnificent
C) Mehmed II
D) Murad IV
C. Mehmed II
2) Which of these was the source of the Janissary corps?
B) forced conscription
C) voluntary enlistment
D) noble households
B. forced conscription
3) Which of these was chief minister of the Ottoman Empire?
4) Who was the "sick man" of Europe?
A) the Ottoman Empire
B) the Mughal Empire
C) the Austrian Empire
D) the Safavic Empire
A. the Ottoman Empire
5) Which of these ruled Persia from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries?
A) Abassid Empire
B) Safavid Empire
C) Mughal Empire
D) Timurid Empire
B. Safavid Empire
6) Sail al-Din founded the ________ dynasty.
7) Which of these was proclaimed shah in 1501?
D) Sail al-Din
8) What two empires fought at Chaldiran in 1514?
A) Safavid and Ottoman
B) Timurid and Safavid
C) Byzantine and Ottoman
D) Mughal and Mongol
A. Safavid and Ottoman
9) The Safavid Empire reached its greatest extent under ________.
A) Abbas I
C) Sail al-Din
D) Abbas the Great
D. Abbas the Great
10) The imams traced their descent to ________.
C) Sail al-Din
11) Under the Safavids, mullahs were ________.
A) local religious leaders
B) provincial governors
C) slave corps
D) chief ministers
A. local religious leaders
12) What was the Safavid capital?
13) Which of these men founded a new dynasty in the Safavid Empire in 1736?
A) Abbas the Great
B) Nadir Khan
D) Suleyman the Magnificent
B. Nadir Khan
14) Babur was founder of the ________ dynasty.
15) Which of these was the Mughal capital?
16) Mughal rule was restored in 1556 by ________.
17) Which of these men ruled south Asia in the late 1500s?
C) Shah Jahan
18) Which of these describes Din-i-Ilahi?
A) a revival of Hinduism
B) a synthesis of Hinduism and Islam
C) south Asian Sufism
D) Jainism with Muslim influences
B. a synthesis of Hinduism and Islam
19) Which of these was the practice of burning widows as part of their husband's funeral rites?
20) Purdah is ________ in south Asia.
A) child marriage
C) a religious festival
D) a week of fasting
21) The Taj Mahal was built as a ________.
22) Nur Jahan was the wife of ________.
23) Which of these rulers attempted to purify Islam of Hindu influences?
24) A rebellion against the rule of Aurangzeb was led by the ________.
25) Which of these is a religion that arose in south Asia in the fourteenth century?
26) The context for the Ottoman rise to power was the ________.
A) end of the Mongol Empire
B) emergence of Sufism
C) division between Shi'a and Sunni Islam
D) end of the Byzantine Empire
A. end of the Mongol Empire
27) Looking at Map 22.1, "The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires," it is evident that these three empires ________.
A) created new centers of power
B) replaced the Mongol Empire
C) followed longstanding patterns
D) were successor states to Alexander's empire
C. followed longstanding patterns
28) In addition to the power of earlier Muslim empires in the Middle East, the Ottomans added great ________.
B) naval power
C) slave armies
D) elephant-mounted troops
B. naval power
29) Looking at Map 22.2, "The Expansion of the Ottoman Empire," the Ottomans ruled roughly the same region as the ________ at its height.
30) Which of these made the vizier necessary in the Ottoman Empire?
A) religious conflict
B) the power of the Byzantine Empire
C) the growth of the empire
D) the need for better defenses
C. the growth of the empire
31) Which of these helped to push the Muslim world into Europe?
A) the Ottoman capital
B) the battle of Chaldiran
C) the foundation of the Ottoman Empire
D) the use of the Janissaries
A. the Ottoman capital
32) Which of these is illustrated by Figure 22.3?
A) the spread of Muslim architecture throughout the Middle East
B) the imposition of Ottoman culture on Byzantine roots
C) the power of the Ottoman Empire
D) Suleyman's admiration for Mughal architecture
B. the imposition of Ottoman culture in Byzantine roots
33) Which of these elements of Ottoman culture marked a break from long-established Muslim and Middle Eastern traditions?
A) architectural styles
B) women's roles
C) support for merchants
D) the use of Turkish
D. the use of Turkish
34) The phrase "the sick man" of Europe reflected a ________ point of view.
35) Which of these proved integral to Ottoman prosperity?
A) the Janissaries
B) control of the Balkans
D) defeat of the Safavid Empire
36) Which of these characterizes the significance of the battle of Lepanto?
A) the end of Ottoman naval power
B) the end of Ottoman power in the Mediterranean region
C) the rise of Italian naval power
D) a blow to Ottoman control in the Mediterranean
D. a blow to Ottoman control in the Mediterranean region
37) The emergence of the Safavid dynasty ________ the Sunni-Shi'a split.
38) The main impetus behind the rise of the Safavid dynasty was ________.
A) ethnic animosity
B) religious revival
C) a desire to restore the Mongol Empire
D) a burst of commercial activity
B. religious revival
39) Which of these is illustrated by Map 22.3, "The Safavid Empire"?
A) the enduring legacy of ancient Persia
B) Safavid pressure on the Mughal Empire
C) steady Safavid expansion to the west
D) the weakness of the Safavid Empire
A. the enduring legacy of ancient Persia
40) Which of these characterizes the impact of the battle of Chaldiran?
A) The battle fatally weakened the Safavid Empire.
B) Safavid defeat led to Mughal expansion.
C) A line was drawn between Shi'a and Sunni lands.
D) The battle weakened two Muslim empires, leading to European incursions.
C. A line was drawn between Shi'a and Sunni lands
41) Which of these centuries-old Middle Eastern patterns was repeated by the Safavid dynasty?
A) a capital at the conjunction of the Tigris and Euphrates
B) expansion into south Asia
C) repeated Zoroastrian revivals
D) adoption of Persian culture
D. adoption of Persian culture
42) Like the caliphs, the imams ________.
A) traced their descent from Muhammad
B) based their authority on control of Mecca
C) combined secular and religious authority
D) came to power in opposition to Shi'a claims to power
C. combined secular and religious authority
43) Which of these best characterizes the role of women in Ottoman and Safavid society?
B) rapidly expanding
C) greatly weakened
44) Map 22.4, "The Growth of the Mughal Empire" shows that like other south Asian empires, the Mughal Empire ________.
A) spread from south to north
B) could not control the Deccan
C) was confined to the Indus and Ganges valleys
D) was based in the north
D. was based in the north
45) Which of these was Akbar's ultimate solution to Hindu-Muslim conflict?
B) a new synthesis
C) suppression of Islam
D) exile of dissidents
B. a new synthesis
46) The reaction to Mughal social reforms showed that ________.
A) certain patterns were too deeply rooted to change
B) the practice of religious toleration was effective
C) social change was easier to implement than political change
D) women were often agents of conservatism
A. certain patterns were too deeply rooted to change
47) The religious policies of Aurangzeb ________ Akbar's policies.
B) went farther than
48) By the 1600s, the Ottoman Empire had come to resemble China in being ________.
B) tolerant of outside influences
C) enthusiastic for scientific innovation
D) isolated and resistant to change
D. isolated and resistant to change
49) Like the Spanish monarchs in the 1500s, the Safavid dynasty ________.
A) was first strengthened then weakened by an influx of precious metals
B) rapidly expanded its empire, motivated by a sense of religious purpose
C) rose in opposition to a more powerful neighbor
D) claimed descent from a key religious figure
B. rapidly expanded its empire, motivated by a sense if religious purpose
50) Like the Yuan rulers, Akbar ________.
A) founded a long-lived dynasty
B) created a new religion
C) attempted sweeping social reforms
D) was a foreign invader
C. attempted sweeping social reforms
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