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AP World History: Multiple Choice Questions Time Period 3 600 - 1450 C.E. 1. What dynasty, along with the Sui, reestablished and improved Chinese civilization after the fall of Chinas classical civilization? a) b) c) d) Ming

Shang Qin Tang 1. What dynasty, along with the Sui, reestablished and improved Chinese civilization after the fall of Chinas classical civilization? a) b) c) d) Ming Shang

Qin Tang 2. Constantinople and Malacca both became a powerful commercial states primarily because of their a) b) c) d) talented merchant class strategic location

laissez-faire economic policies military technology 2. Constantinople and Malacca both became a powerful commercial states primarily because of their a) b) c) d) talented merchant class strategic location

laissez-faire economic policies military technology 3. What important cultural movement rejected Buddhism while adapting some of its themes to the predominant thought which stressed family duty and honor? a) b) c) d) Neo-Confucianism

Daoism Shinto Zen Buddhism 3. What important cultural movement rejected Buddhism while adapting some of its themes to the predominant thought which stressed family duty and honor? a) b) c) d)

Neo-Confucianism Daoism Shinto Zen Buddhism 4. In Japan, from the Heian period until the Tokugawa period, emperors a) shared powers with the Shinto priests. b) seldom wielded any real political power. c) required the Mandate of Heaven to maintain power. d) maintained tight political control.

4. In Japan, from the Heian period until the Tokugawa period, emperors a) shared powers with the Shinto priests. b) seldom wielded any real political power. c) required the Mandate of Heaven to maintain power. d) maintained tight political control. 5. Which of the following best compares European and Chinese merchants in society during the early 15th century a) European merchants were bound to their lords in the feudal system and Chinese merchants were from the noble class.

b) Merchants in Europe were important to the revival of long distance trade gaining status and wealth, while Chinese merchants used their wealth to buy higher status for their families. c) European monarchs favored alliances with nobility against merchants and merchants under the Ming dynasty were favored over scholar gentry. d) The Confucian order highly respected profit making and European Christianity considered profit making sinful. 5. Which of the following best compares European and Chinese merchants in society during the early 15th century a) European merchants were bound to their lords in the

feudal system and Chinese merchants were from the noble class. b) Merchants in Europe were important to the revival of long distance trade gaining status and wealth, while Chinese merchants used their wealth to buy higher status for their families. c) European monarchs favored alliances with nobility against merchants and merchants under the Ming dynasty were favored over scholar gentry. d) The Confucian order highly respected profit making and European Christianity considered profit making sinful. 6. In the five centuries after the year 1000 C.E. the

peoples of the eastern hemisphere a) cut off contact with the rest of the world because of the ravages of disease. b) traveled and interacted more intensively than ever before. c) fell dangerously behind the rest of the world in science and technology. d) united into the largest empire the world had seen since the time of Rome. 6. In the five centuries after the year 1000 C.E. the peoples of the eastern hemisphere a) cut off contact with the rest of the world because

of the ravages of disease. b) traveled and interacted more intensively than ever before. c) fell dangerously behind the rest of the world in science and technology. d) united into the largest empire the world had seen since the time of Rome. 7. Which factor helps explain the scientific and literary achievements of the Muslims during their Golden Age? a) expansion of transatlantic trade b) innovations introduced by the Europeans during

the Renaissance c) cultural diversity accepted by many Islamic governments d) legal equality of all people in the Islamic empires 7. Which factor helps explain the scientific and literary achievements of the Muslims during their Golden Age? a) expansion of transatlantic trade b) innovations introduced by the Europeans during the Renaissance c) cultural diversity accepted by many Islamic governments

d) legal equality of all people in the Islamic empires 8. All of the following trade routes existed prior to 1000 C.E. except the: a) b) c) d) Silk Route Arabia/India Ocean Route Atlantic Ocean Route Trans-Sahara Route

8. All of the following trade routes existed prior to 1000 C.E. except the: a) b) c) d) Silk Route Arabia/India Ocean Route Atlantic Ocean Route Trans-Sahara Route

9. Zheng He... as ordered by the emperor, proceeded with their journey to the Western Ocean. Well furnished with treasure and accompanied by more than 27,800 officers and men... What body of water is the "Western Ocean" in reference to? a) b) c) d) Atlantic Ocean. Mediterranean Sea. Indian Ocean.

Pacific Ocean. 9. Zheng He... as ordered by the emperor, proceeded with their journey to the Western Ocean. Well furnished with treasure and accompanied by more than 27,800 officers and men... What body of water is the "Western Ocean" in reference to? a) b) c) d) Atlantic Ocean.

Mediterranean Sea. Indian Ocean. Pacific Ocean. 10. Narratives such as Marco Polos created a European a) b) c) d) isolationist mentality. ambition to find easier routes to Asia.

fear of Mongol attack. literary movement called romance writing. 10. Narratives such as Marco Polos created a European a) b) c) d) isolationist mentality. ambition to find easier routes to Asia. fear of Mongol attack.

literary movement called romance writing. 11. Which of the following was a result of the Crusades? a) The Fourth Crusade aided in the defense of Constantinople and preserved the integrity of the Byzantine Empire. b) The Crusades demonstrated a new Western superiority in the wider world. c) The Crusades helped to open the West to new cultural and economic influences from the Middle East. d) The Muslims adopted much of Europe's culture.

11. Which of the following was a result of the Crusades? a) The Fourth Crusade aided in the defense of Constantinople and preserved the integrity of the Byzantine Empire. b) The Crusades demonstrated a new Western superiority in the wider world. c) The Crusades helped to open the West to new cultural and economic influences from the Middle East. d) The Muslims adopted much of Europe's culture. 12. During the postclassical period (600 1450 C.E.), societies in the Americas

a) remained entirely separate from those of the Old World. b) experienced the initial contacts that led eventually to European invasion of the New World. c) failed to develop imperial forms of government, a failure that mirrored European society. d) were united under a single government. 12. During the postclassical period (600 1450 C.E.), societies in the Americas a) remained entirely separate from those of the Old World.

b) experienced the initial contacts that led eventually to European invasion of the New World. c) failed to develop imperial forms of government, a failure that mirrored European society. d) were united under a single government. 13. Which of the following was a source of Western dynamism in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries? a) The growing dominance of the Holy Roman Empire b) Two centuries of peace among the major

nations c) The absence of epidemic disease d) The growth of cities and urban economies 13. Which of the following was a source of Western dynamism in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries? a) The growing dominance of the Holy Roman Empire b) Two centuries of peace among the major nations c) The absence of epidemic disease d) The growth of cities and urban economies

14. Their men show no signs of jealousy whatever; no one claims descent from his father, but on the contrary from his mother's brother. A person's heirs are his sister's sons, not his own sons. (Ibn Battuta) This is a description of a) b) c) d) patriarchy matrilineal descent

independent origin marriage dowers 14. Their men show no signs of jealousy whatever; no one claims descent from his father, but on the contrary from his mother's brother. A person's heirs are his sister's sons, not his own sons. (Ibn Battuta) This is a description of a) b) c) d)

patriarchy matrilineal descent independent origin marriage dowers 15. Which of the following practices was common to the Aztec and the Inca empires? a) b) c) d) A tribute system

A merchant class A writing system The quipu system 15. Which of the following practices was common to the Aztec and the Inca empires? a) b) c) d) A tribute system A merchant class

A writing system The quipu system 17. Merchants in southern post-classical India a) would have been severely threatened by monsoon winds as their ships were not stable for Indian Ocean travel b) were very acquainted with local temples as they were the source of banking and finance. c) did not venture out from India because the Chinese and Europeans came to them. d) had a very successful system of bartering so a money system never developed.

17. Merchants in southern post-classical India a) would have been severely threatened by monsoon winds as their ships were not stable for Indian Ocean travel b) were very acquainted with local temples as they were the source of banking and finance. c) did not venture out from India because the Chinese and Europeans came to them. d) had a very successful system of bartering so a money system never developed. 18. The architecture shown above is an example of

a) b) c) d) the spread of Christianity. the spread of the Mongols. the spread of Hinduism. the spread of Islam. 18. The architecture shown above is an example of a) b)

c) d) the spread of Christianity. the spread of the Mongols. the spread of Hinduism. the spread of Islam. 19. Which of the following statements most accurately reflects a major difference between Arab expansion in the seventh century and Viking expansion in the ninth century? a) b)

c) d) Arab expansion relied most heavily on diplomacy, while Viking expansion relied most heavily on military might. Viking expansion tended to occur in areas with few large urban centers, while the Arab expansion occurred in areas with comparatively large urban centers. Viking expansion was limited to Ireland, Scotland, Iceland, and Greenland, while Arab expansion was limited to the Arabian Peninsula and Persia. Arab expansion relied heavily on the technology of the cannon, while Viking expansion relied heavily on dragon

boats. 19. Which of the following statements most accurately reflects a major difference between Arab expansion in the seventh century and Viking expansion in the ninth century? a) b) c) d) Arab expansion relied most heavily on diplomacy, while Viking expansion relied most heavily on military might. Viking expansion tended to occur in areas with few large

urban centers, while the Arab expansion occurred in areas with comparatively large urban centers. Viking expansion was limited to Ireland, Scotland, Iceland, and Greenland, while Arab expansion was limited to the Arabian Peninsula and Persia. Arab expansion relied heavily on the technology of the cannon, while Viking expansion relied heavily on dragon boats. 20. Which of the following is true of commerce in the Indian Ocean during the time period 600-1450 C.E.? a) b)

c) d) Chinese merchants dominated the trade routes of the Indian Ocean. There was very little commercial activity in the Indian Ocean. Merchants from Europe dominated the trade routes of the Indian Ocean. Indian Ocean commerce flourished and was conducted by a mixture of Asian, Middle Eastern, and East African merchants.

20. Which of the following is true of commerce in the Indian Ocean during the time period 600-1450 C.E.? a) b) c) d) Chinese merchants dominated the trade routes of the Indian Ocean. There was very little commercial activity in the Indian Ocean. Merchants from Europe dominated the trade routes of the Indian Ocean.

Indian Ocean commerce flourished and was conducted by a mixture of Asian, Middle Eastern, and East African merchants. 21. Which of the following lists three places Ibn Battuta, the fourteenth-century Muslim traveler, visited? a) b) c) d) The Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, and Japan

The Arabian Peninsula, France, and India India, Mali, and Persia England, Iraq, and Mali 21. Which of the following lists three places Ibn Battuta, the fourteenth-century Muslim traveler, visited? a) b) c) d) The Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, and Japan

The Arabian Peninsula, France, and India India, Mali, and Persia England, Iraq, and Mali 22. Which of the following had the greatest manufacturing capacity during the time period 600 to 1450 C.E.? a) b) c) d) Japan

China Western Europe Russia 22. Which of the following had the greatest manufacturing capacity during the time period 600 to 1450 C.E.? a) b) c) d) Japan

China Western Europe Russia 23. The term samurai describes men in feudal Japan who were most like the men in feudal Europe known as: a) b) c) d) Lords of the manor

Catholic bishops Serfs Knights 23. The term samurai describes men in feudal Japan who were most like the men in feudal Europe known as: a) b) c) d) Lords of the manor

Catholic bishops Serfs Knights 24. In the period between 600 and 1450, which of the following were two occupations pursued by large numbers of African and European women? a) b) c) d)

Midwife and healer Military leader and farmer Scribe and tax collector Long-distance trader and merchant 24. In the period between 600 and 1450, which of the following were two occupations pursued by large numbers of African and European women? a) b) c) d)

Midwife and healer Military leader and farmer Scribe and tax collector Long-distance trader and merchant 25. Renaissance Italy and the Islamic Middle East after the decline of the Abbasid Empire in the mid-tenth century are important examples of which of the following? a) b) c)

d) Political unity and cultural creativity Political fragmentation and cultural creativity Political unity and the decline of religion Political fragmentation and the decline of religion 25. Renaissance Italy and the Islamic Middle East after the decline of the Abbasid Empire in the mid-tenth century are important examples of which of the following? a) b)

c) d) Political unity and cultural creativity Political fragmentation and cultural creativity Political unity and the decline of religion Political fragmentation and the decline of religion 26. Which of the following statements about the Mongol Empire of the thirteenth century is true? a) The invasion of Japan was attempted but was unsuccessful b) The number of Buddhist and Muslims in Asia

dropped significantly as a result of Mongol persecution c) In China the Mongols eliminated the Chinese scholar-official class d) The Mongols conquered Constantinople 26. Which of the following statements about the Mongol Empire of the thirteenth century is true? a) The invasion of Japan was attempted but was unsuccessful b) The number of Buddhist and Muslims in Asia dropped significantly as a result of Mongol persecution

c) In China the Mongols eliminated the Chinese scholar-official class d) The Mongols conquered Constantinople 27. Which of the following was a common feature of most Asian and European philosophies during the period 600 to 1450 C.E.? a) A close association with religion b) Emphasis on experimental science c) Substantial scholarly exchange of ideas among all world cultures d) Wide availability of printed books

27. Which of the following was a common feature of most Asian and European philosophies during the period 600 to 1450 C.E.? a) A close association with religion b) Emphasis on experimental science c) Substantial scholarly exchange of ideas among all world cultures d) Wide availability of printed books 28. After the expansion of Islam into Africa, an organized Christian presence remained in:

a) b) c) d) Egypt and Ethiopia Morocco The areas along the Silk Road Algeria 28. After the expansion of Islam into Africa, an organized Christian presence remained in: a)

b) c) d) Egypt and Ethiopia Morocco The areas along the Silk Road Algeria 29. Which of the following contributed to the Chinese governments decision to stop voyages of exploration in the Indian Ocean in the early fifteenth century?

a) b) c) d) Armed resistance from Arab navies Lack of sufficient Chinese goods for trade The destruction of the Chinese fleet by typhoons. Government concern with domestic problems and frontier security 29. Which of the following contributed to the Chinese governments decision to stop voyages of

exploration in the Indian Ocean in the early fifteenth century? a) b) c) d) Armed resistance from Arab navies Lack of sufficient Chinese goods for trade The destruction of the Chinese fleet by typhoons. Government concern with domestic problems and frontier security

30. Which of the following languages came into existence after 1000 C.E. as the direct result of expanding global trade patterns? a) b) c) d) Chinese Latin Sanskrit Swahili

30. Which of the following languages came into existence after 1000 C.E. as the direct result of expanding global trade patterns? a) b) c) d) Chinese Latin Sanskrit Swahili

31. Marco Polo described which of the following at Kublai Khans court that he had not encountered in Europe? a) The use of spies in foreign nations b) The interest of the Khan in the international sea trade and European shipbuilding techniques c) The use of paper money and coal and the practice of frequent bathing. d) The austerity of the design of the Khans palace. 31. Marco Polo described which of the following at Kublai Khans court that he had not encountered in Europe?

a) The use of spies in foreign nations b) The interest of the Khan in the international sea trade and European shipbuilding techniques c) The use of paper money and coal and the practice of frequent bathing. d) The austerity of the design of the Khans palace. 32. In the period between 600 and 1450, Indian Ocean trade differed from that of the Pacific Ocean in that it: a) b) c)

d) was more regional in nature. involved contacts with the islands of Southeast Asia. involved only spices. involved competition among a more diverse group of traders. 32. In the period between 600 and 1450, Indian Ocean trade differed from that of the Pacific Ocean in that it: a) b)

c) d) was more regional in nature. involved contacts with the islands of Southeast Asia. involved only spices. involved competition among a more diverse group of traders. 33. In the period between 600 and 1450: a) European women gained an increasingly greater role in political life. b) African women were confined to domestic roles.

c) the Chinese custom of foot-binding began. d) there were few role distinctions between women of elite and peasant classes globally. 33. In the period between 600 and 1450: a) European women gained an increasingly greater role in political life. b) African women were confined to domestic roles. c) the Chinese custom of foot-binding began. d) there were few role distinctions between women of elite and peasant classes globally. 34. Which was true of the Mongol Empire?

a) It was the largest maritime empire to that time. b) It did not interfere with Islamic societies. c) It caused Eurasian trade routes to move farther north. d) It opened up trade relations between Russia and the West. 34. Which was true of the Mongol Empire? a) It was the largest maritime empire to that time. b) It did not interfere with Islamic societies. c) It caused Eurasian trade routes to move farther north. d) It opened up trade relations between Russia and

the West. 35. The Mayan and Gupta Empires had in common: a) The independent discovery of the value of zero as a place holder. b) Persistent pressure from invaders in frontier areas. c) Central political organization. d) The knowledge that the earth is round. 35. The Mayan and Gupta Empires had in common:

a) The independent discovery of the value of zero as a place holder. b) Persistent pressure from invaders in frontier areas. c) Central political organization. d) The knowledge that the earth is round. 36. Which of the following is true of the bubonic plague? a) b) c) d)

It followed established trade routes. It was a European phenomenon. It affected West Africa. It began in Europe and spread to China. 36. Which of the following is true of the bubonic plague? a) b) c) d)

It followed established trade routes. It was a European phenomenon. It affected West Africa. It began in Europe and spread to China. 37. In the thirteenth century, the most urbanized region in the world was: a) b) c) d) Europe.

Russia. Latin America. China. 37. In the thirteenth century, the most urbanized region in the world was: a) b) c) d) Europe. Russia.

Latin America. China. 38. Which of the following developments most directly resulted from the Crusades? a) b) c) d) Growth of Italian city-states. Vasco da Gamas voyage to India. Columbian Exchange

Restriction of European traders to treaty ports. 38. Which of the following developments most directly resulted from the Crusades? a) b) c) d) Growth of Italian city-states. Vasco da Gamas voyage to India. Columbian Exchange

Restriction of European traders to treaty ports. 39. All of the following are true of the major Amerindian civilizations in Central and South America prior to the arrival of Europeans except: a) b) c) d) economies based on trade.

monumental building. urban centers. social stratification. 39. All of the following are true of the major Amerindian civilizations in Central and South America prior to the arrival of Europeans except: a) b) c) d)

economies based on trade. monumental building. urban centers. social stratification. 40. Ghana in the 900s and France in the 1600s had which of the following characteristics in common? a) b) c) d)

Parliamentary government. Divine monarchy. Matrilineal descent. Trade based on gold and manufactured goods. 40. Ghana in the 900s and France in the 1600s had which of the following characteristics in common? a) b) c) d)

Parliamentary government. Divine monarchy. Matrilineal descent. Trade based on gold and manufactured goods. 41. A common stage in the early development of political units as diverse as England, France, China, Russia and Japan was: a) b) c)

d) divine right monarchy. constitutional monarchy. feudalism. anarchy. 41. A common stage in the early development of political units as diverse as England, France, China, Russia and Japan was: a) b) c)

d) divine right monarchy. constitutional monarchy. feudalism. anarchy. 42. Which of the following reasons motivated both the Abbasids and the Mongols to expand their empires? a) The conversion of non-believers to their faith. b) The desire to attack first to keep invaders from their own territories.

c) The need to gain a port on the Baltic Sea. d) The desire for wealth and plunder. 42. Which of the following reasons motivated both the Abbasids and the Mongols to expand their empires? a) The conversion of non-believers to their faith. b) The desire to attack first to keep invaders from their own territories. c) The need to gain a port on the Baltic Sea. d) The desire for wealth and plunder. 43. All of the following characteristics are true of the

Tang and Song dynasties except: a) Buddhism appeared in China for the first time. b) The Confucian-educated scholar-gentry increased its power in government and society. c) Artistic and scientific innovations flourished. d) The subordinate role of women was symbolized by the practice of foot-binding. 43. All of the following characteristics are true of the Tang and Song dynasties except: a) Buddhism appeared in China for the first time. b) The Confucian-educated scholar-gentry increased its power in government and society.

c) Artistic and scientific innovations flourished. d) The subordinate role of women was symbolized by the practice of foot-binding. 44. Which of the following best describes the spread of Islam in East Africa and Christianity in China? a) b) c) d) Neither religion made inroads in the cities of interiors of either area.

Christianity was confined to the cities in China, while Islam made converts in the interior through the Swahili trading network. Islam had a decided impact on the trading centers of East Africa but little impact on the interior, whereas Christianity had little impact on either urban or rural areas in China. Through the trans-Saharan trading network, Islam reached West Africa, but Christianity, with its reliance on priests, did not travel as easily along. 44. Which of the following best describes the spread of Islam in East Africa and Christianity in China? a)

b) c) d) Neither religion made inroads in the cities of interiors of either area. Christianity was confined to the cities in China, while Islam made converts in the interior through the Swahili trading network. Islam had a decided impact on the trading centers of East Africa but little impact on the interior, whereas Christianity had little impact on either urban or rural areas in China. Through the trans-Saharan trading network, Islam reached

West Africa, but Christianity, with its reliance on priests, did not travel as easily along. 45. All of the following were characteristics borrowed by Kievan Russia from the Byzantine Empire except: a) b) c) d) the orthodox Church version of Christianity art and architectural styles

having the church dependent on the state. a large and highly trained bureaucracy. 45. All of the following were characteristics borrowed by Kievan Russia from the Byzantine Empire except: a) b) c) d) the orthodox Church version of Christianity art and architectural styles

having the church dependent on the state. a large and highly trained bureaucracy. 46. The Aztec civilizations militaristic tone and use of human sacrifice was based on the earlier culture of the: a) b) c) d) Inca Maya

Mound Builders Toltec 46. The Aztec civilizations militaristic tone and use of human sacrifice was based on the earlier culture of the: a) b) c) d) Inca Maya

Mound Builders Toltec 47. The term sinicization refers to a) the rise of a religion combining Christian, Zoroastrian and Buddhist ideals b) the influence of Platonic thought on early Christianity c) the ravages of disease d) the spread of Chinese culture 47. The term sinicization refers to a) the rise of a religion combining Christian,

Zoroastrian and Buddhist ideals b) the influence of Platonic thought on early Christianity c) the ravages of disease d) the spread of Chinese culture 48. Commerce was a key mode of exchange between which of the following pairs of political entities? a) b) c) d)

The Mayan Empire and the Song dynasty Ghana and the Mongol Empire Japan and the Byzantine Empire The Crusader states and the Fatimid caliphate. 48. Commerce was a key mode of exchange between which of the following pairs of political entities? a) b) c)

d) The Mayan Empire and the Song dynasty Ghana and the Mongol Empire Japan and the Byzantine Empire The Crusader states and the Fatimid caliphate. 49. The success and timing of trade though the Indian Ocean basin largely depended upon a) b) c)

d) controlling the actions of Turkish pirates forming a lasting trading partnership with China understanding the rhythms of the monsoon winds the Indian desire to purchase pepper from the Romans 49. The success and timing of trade though the Indian Ocean basin largely depended upon a) b) c)

d) controlling the actions of Turkish pirates forming a lasting trading partnership with China understanding the rhythms of the monsoon winds the Indian desire to purchase pepper from the Romans

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