5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Five precepts
- Silk Road
- a the belief that a soul continues through a series of lives on the way to union with the eternal spirit. People are reborn after they die, both buddhism and hindusim
- b Network of roads through central Asia where silk and other luxury items were traded. Most trade was carried by nomadic merchants. Ideas were also traded.
- c third set of laws governing Buddhist thought
- d family of rulers
- e sacred Hindu language developed by the Aryans in the Indus Valley
5 Multiple choice questions
- relating to a society in which men hold the greatest legal and moral authority
- Belief in one god
- Political government. During Qin and early Han period. Disdained Cunfucian virtues in favor of a state ruled by force, Human nature was evil and required restraint and discipline.
- a group of countries under a single authority with an emperor as the leader.
- Hinduism wheel of law that contains eight steps for elimination suffering
5 True/False questions
Civilization → process of slow drying a dead body to prevent it from rotting
stupas → Dynasty that succedded the Kushans in the 3rd century C.E; built the empire that extended to all but the southern regions of the indian subcontinent; less centralized than Mauryan empire
Cuneiform → seasonal winds crossing indian subcontinent and southeast during summer brings rains
Sudras → buddha's teaching
Cataract → A natural barrier protecting Egypt. Waterfall