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Ancient Greek Civilization Chapter Exam Question 1 What defines an oligarchy? Citizenship that includes women and slaves. A government where a single person, like a king, controls the state. The ability of all citizens to vote. A government system where a few people control politics. Question 2 What is an amphora? A style of Greek coin used in international trade. A Greek merchant who worked specifically with international trade. A Greek style of pottery for transporting liquids. A city with an independent government. Question 3 Which field did Herodotus help create? Epic Poetry. Medicine. History. Theater.
Question 4 Pan-Hellenic competitions like the Olympics helped limit bloodshed between Greek city-states by _____. Promoting Greek unity by inviting all city-states Giving city-states an opportunity to respect and admire their rivals All answers are correct. Providing a non violent forum for rivals to compete Question 5 Why did Alexander the Great retreat from the Macedonian campaign in India? His soldiers mutinied. He fell terribly sick and was forced to lead his army back home. Most of his men were killed at the banks of the Hyphasis River. He was called back to Greece, where his generals were fighting each other. Question 6 Which of the following explains the need for Spartan hoplites as well as the phalanx style of warfare? The Spartans weren't as smart as the other Greeks. The Spartans had a massive slave population to keep under control. The Spartans were trying to build a united Greek empire. The Spartans were vicious and bloodthirsty by nature.
Question 7 In The Odyssey, Odysseus' journey to the underworld was probably inspired by _____. Greek History Enkidu's dream in the Epic of Gilgamesh Dante's The Inferno Greek Tragedy Question 8 The Iliad ends with the funeral of Hector Achilles Priam Patroclus Agamemnon Question 9 Languages naturally tend to _____ become less complex over time converge over time become more complex over time diverge over time
Early Civilization in China Chapter Exam Question 1 Tundra and cold temperatures kept the Chinese from expanding in which direction? East South North West Question 2 What halted Chinese expansion to the south? The Japanese Tundra The Gobi Desert Jungles
Question 3 Which of the following cultures did NOT interact with the early Chinese? Southeast Asias Japanese Koreans Egyptians Question 4 Confucius's father had which of the following jobs? Soldier King Minor official Farmer Question 5 What did Confucius think kept people from doing evil? Bribes Laws Threat of punishment Education
Question 6 After the Renaissance, people like Prince Henry of Portugal and others LIKELY believed that: People who explored areas far from their homes were doomed to never return. People could find out new and interesting information from experiencing and observing the world around them. The unknown areas of water and beyond contained monsters. The sun burned so hot that their skin would boil black. Question 7 Who of these was NOT an English Sea Dog? Vespucci Raleigh Frobisher Drake Question 8 The Age of Exploration was the era in which England and France explored the Ottoman Empire. Europe discovered the ancient writings of Greece. The Ottoman Empire invaded China. Europeans took to the seas looking for wealth and new lands.
Medieval Europe Chapter Exam Question 1 The Investiture Conflict was waged over: Right to appoint members of Parliament Right to appoint church leadership Right to appoint noble lords over lands Right to appoint the king to the throne Question 2 Which of the following is one of the ways that Pope Urban II employed to entice Europe's aristocrats to go on crusade at Clermont? By offering the post of the Holy Roman Emperor to the king that brought along the most men. By guaranteeing direct financial payments to all who agreed to participate in the crusade. By hinting at the possibility of carving out new lands in the Middle East. By making up stories of Orthodox atrocities against Christians. Question 3 Which of these Roman Catholic clergymen cared for the daily needs of the parish? Archbishops Bishops Priests Cardinals
Meso-American & Andean Civilizations Chapter Exam Question 1 Why were the images in Mexica books NOT a true writing system? They were mostly mnemonic devices, not representations of the full language. Images cannot be a writing system. The images lacked punctuation. The images were just there for decoration. Text was written next to them. Question 2 How were the Mexica able to maintain a large empire without a written language? Because they terrorized the people into obedience. Because the Mexica leaders sent ambassadors to all parts of their empire. Because they used art as a form of communication. Because the leaders were constantly traveling the empire, conveying important messages to the people. Question 3 How did the Maya make books? They didn't- the Maya only wrote by carving stones. Folding one long piece of tree-bark paper into pages. Making individual pages from trees and glueing them into a book. Rolling a long piece of papyrus paper into scrolls.
Question 4 What characteristics must a true written language possess? There are no requirements of a true written language. It must represent the entire spoken language with letters or symbols for sounds or ideas. It must contain an alphabet of letters. It must contain images that represent a place or thing. Question 5 Who was the last Inca emperor? Pizarro. Manco Capac. Túpac Amaru. Atahualpa. Question 6 Why was the Inca Empire not at its strongest when Pizarro invaded? It was; the Inca Empire was at its strongest point ever when Pizarro invaded. Disease and Civil War between two brothers for the throne. A peasant rebellion overthrew the last emperor. Drought and famine were widespread across the empire.
Renaissance Europe Chapter Exam Question 1 What is the artistic concept da Vinci uses in his paintings in which distant objects are represented as less distinct? Abstractionism Blotching Colored realism Declination Perspective of clarity Question 2 What does it mean to commission a work of art? To hire someone to make a piece of art and then buy it. To locate a lost piece of art. To sell a piece of art. To work on a piece of art with a mentor. To reproduce a piece of art.