6 World History questions?
1. All are true about the Umayyad Caliphate except __________. -it built roads, public wells, irrigation works, and bridges -it expanded into North Africa and Spain -it forced people it conquered to convert to Islam -it adopted Arabic as the official language of government 2. Which two groups of people did Arabs share power with under the Abbasid Dynasty? -Persians and Turks -Turks and Indians -Berbers and Egyptians -Persians and Mongols 3. What result did the vast network of trade routes have on the Muslim Empire? -Islam spread to western Europe, China, and Japan. -Islam spread and Muslims absorbed the legacies of Greek, Chinese, and Indian thought. -Greek, Chinese, and Indian philosophies began to dominate Islamic thought. -Muslim armies conquered territory in central and eastern Asia. 4. All of the following are true regarding expectations in Muslim families except __________. -parents should care for their children -children should obey their parents -the young should honor the old -women should have several husbands 5. What did every neighborhood in Muslim cities have? -an ulama -a school -a mosque -a bazaar 6. Which was a major contribution of Muslim culture to the study of medicine? -Ibn Sina’s book, the Canon of Medicine -Galen’s writings on the function of arteries -Abu Bakr’s theory on the effects of fasting -Al-Khwarizimi’s treatise, Al-jabr
World History Questions! (pt. 1)?
1. Portugal's empire was extensive, and the country thrived on: - The Portuguese Empire was the first and longest Global Empire in History. It spawned the Age of Discoveries, and with it, the laid foundations to Global Mercantilism. 2. Portugal's only colony, Brazil, was: - Portugal did not have 'only' one colony, Brazil. Portugal administrated territory in Asia, Africa and the Americas. It's first acquired colony was Madeira and it's last handover was Macau. 3. The three main reasons for Portugal's decline as a world power were: - Portugal's decline as a world power, was a due to the Portuguese colonies becoming the subject attacks by three rival European powers hostile to Spain and envious of Iberian successes overseas, under the Iberian Union: the Dutch Republic, England and France. With its smaller population, Portugal was unable to effectively defend its overstretched network of trading posts, and colonies. Thus, the empire began a long and gradual decline. 4. The role of the Catholic Church in Latin America was to: - The role of Catholicism in Latin America was to spread Christianity to the Natives, modern day Brazilians, etc.
World History Questions?
1. European expansion was driven by all of the following EXCEPT (1 point) Unselected answer (0 pts) wealth and trade. Unselected answer (0 pts) religous zeal. Unselected answer (0 pts) political ambition. Correct answer (1 pt) fear of African empires. 1 /1 point 2. The Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494 gave Spain control of almost all of (1 point) Unselected answer (0 pts) Africa. Unselected answer (0 pts) Asia. Unselected answer (0 pts) Europe. Correct answer (1 pt) the Americas. 1 /1 point 3. The Aztec rulers of Mexico fought against the forces of which Spanish warrior? (1 point) Correct answer (1 pt) Hernan Cortes Unselected answer (0 pts) Francisco Pizarro Unselected answer (0 pts) Bartolome de Las Casas Unselected answer (0 pts) Pedro Alvares Cabral 1 /1 point 4. The English established colonies or trade relations in all of the following locations EXCEPT (1 point) Unselected answer (0 pts) Massachusetts. Correct answer (1 pt) Brazil. Unselected answer (0 pts) New York. Unselected answer (0 pts) northwestern India. 1 /1 point 5. _____ went to his grave believing he had discovered a westward passage to Asia, when in fact he had actually discovered the Americas. (1 point) Unselected answer (0 pts) Amerigo Vespucci Unselected answer (0 pts) John Cabot Correct answer (1 pt) Christopher Columbus Unselected answer (0 pts) Alfonso de Albuquerque 1 /1 point The final score is 5/5 (100%). Just took the test! (:
2 global history question help~?
Strategically located between the Golden Horn and the Sea of Marmara at the point where Europe meets Asia, Byzantine Constantinople had been the capital of a Christian empire, successor to ancient Greece and Rome. Based on the following, I would say they all ruled during times of prosperity. Suleiman became a prominent monarch of 16th century Europe, presiding over the apex of the Ottoman Empire's military, political and economic power. Asoka was one of the most powerful kings of the Indian subcontinent. A ruler of the Mauryan Empire, Ashoka ruled over the country from 273 BC to 232 BC. The reign of Emperor Asoka covered most of India, South Asia and beyond, stretching from present day Afghanistan and parts of Persia in the west, to Bengal and Assam in the east, and Mysore in the south. However, the Battle of Kalinga changed King Asoka completely. From a power hungry emperor, he turned into a Buddhist follower and started preaching the principles of Buddhism throughout the world Mansa Moussa: Pilgrimage of Gold In 1312 Mansa Moussa, the most legendary of the Malian kings, came to the throne. Mansa Moussa was a devout Muslim who built magnificent mosques throughout his empire in order to spread the influences of Islam. During his reign, Timbuktu became one of the major cultural centers of not only Africa but of the entire Islamic world.
World history 2 questions! help please!?
Anything helps! World at 1500: 1. regions conquered by the ottoman empire? 2 Safavid (persian) Empire centered in modern day country of? 3. Trade routes stretched from nothern europe to black sea? 4. Advancments that reached europe through trade Renaissance & reformatioin : 5. Reasons renaissance began later in norther europe? 6. philosophy of jon calvin? 7.how reformation encouraged capitalism and democracy? 8. effects of the protestant reformation on the religious unity of europe? 9. Counter Reformation is? 10. Council of trent is? 11. two values shared by renaissance and reformatioin? exploration: 12. first european nation to begin voyages of exploration? 13, Transaltlantic is? 14. contributions of copernicus, galileo, and newton to the age of exploration.? 15. form of agriculture europeans established as they colonized africa asia and the americas? 16. effect of european settlement on native econonmies of africa asia and the americas? 17. european attitude toward native goverments? 18. spanish influence/ legacy in latin america? 19. Spanish and portuguese view of their duty toward indigenous people? 20. european country which encouraged the enslavement of native americans? 21. group at bottom of social structure in spanish colonies? 22. colonists who brough belief in individual rights? 23. three reasons englihs came to new world? 24. english influence on north american culture? 25. primary conflict between english and native americans.? 26. country that sent the most colonists? 27. primary reason puritans and pilgrims came to new world? 28. elected legislatures was part of the tradition of what country? 29. economic activity of french and dutch colonistis? 30 three reasons europeans foud it advantaeous to enslave africans? 31. Triangular trade is? 32. Reason for demand for slave labor in the new world? 33. how slavery in new world differed from previous forms of slavery? 34. reason mercantilism caused tension between colonists in mother countries? method by which europeans conized asia? 35. country that contolled spice trade by 1500's? 36. french and englihsh went to war over ownership of ?
Which was the greatest empire in history, the German Empire, the Roman Empire, or the British Empire?
None of the above. Remember Genghis Khan? The largest empire in Terran history was the Mongol Empire (1206 to 1687) stretching from China to Hungary.Mongolia had an impact on the Hungarian and Finnish languages as well as the creation of the state of Russia, which they unified.It was known as the Yuan Dynasty in China. The Mongols were strong supporters of trade along the Silk RoadS — yes there were multiple trade routes. The decline of the Mongolian Empire led to the disruption of the Silk Trade Routes (not maintained or protected from brigands) and ultimately to the European search for a sea route to Asia and the discovery of the Americas. Pretty significant to world history.Regards Terra Encounters
HELP AGAIN IN WORLD HISTORY?
Which emperor was responsible for extending the boundaries of the Roman Empire as shown on this map? Augustus (reigned 27 BCE - 14 CE) Trajan (reigned 98 - 117 CE) Marcus Aurelius (reigned 161 - 180 CE) Constantine (reigned 306 - 337 CE) Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) Which of the following originated with the emperor Diocletian? the tetrarchy the Senate the Triumvirate the Edict of Milan Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) The political structure of the Roman Empire included all of the following from the Roman Republic except a Senate checks and balances plebeians and patricians imperial provinces Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) Which of the following represents a difference between the government of the Roman Republic and that of Imperial Rome? In the Roman Republic, the Senate represented the plebeians' views, while in Imperial Rome, the Senate represented the emperor's view. In the Roman Republic, the Senate represented the patricians' views, while in the Imperial Rome, the Senate represented the emperor's views. In the Roman Republic, the Senate represented the Consuls' views, while in Imperial Rome, the Senate represented the emperor's views. In the Roman Republic, the Senate represented the emperor's views, while in Imperial Rome, the Senate represented the Consuls' views. Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) Which of the following contributed to the growth and success of the Roman Empire? a system of representative government religious toleration of conquered peoples trade networks with India and Africa the assassination of Julius Caesar Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 4 points) How did the actions of Emperor Trajan contribute to the growth and expansion of the Roman Empire? The size of the Empire increased as a result of the Trajan's conquests. The government of the Empire was reformed as a result of Trajan's conquests. The Empire became stronger as a result of Trajan's division of the Empire into two halves. Trade increased as a result of Trajan's expansion into Egypt.