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1Q-Along what rive did the ancient indian civilization develop

2Q-which of the following accurately describes an aspect of harappan cities 
a. streets layed out in rectangular grids
b. made completely of wooden structures

3Q-How was harappan india governed
a. by one central controlling government
b. each city was ruled by coalition of merchants and landlords

4Q-upon what was the harappan economy primarily based
a. trade
b. agriculture

5Q-what was considered the harappan's highest artistic achievement
a. sculpture
b. beaded jewelry

6Q-what group of people took control over the indian civilization around 1500 BC
a. dravidians 
b. aryans

7Q-most of what historians know about the early years of aryan rule in india is based on oral traditions passed on in what written work
a. rig veda
b. koran

8Q-The aryan era of indian history was ended in 326 BC with the arrival of historical conquering figure 
a. cyrus the great
b. alexander the great

9Q-what dynasty reestablished indian control by driving out greek administrators left behind by alexander the great
a. mauryan dynasty
b. gupta dynasty

10Q-what best describes the governing style of chandragupta maurya
a. decentralized and benevolent
b. highly centralized and despotic

11Q-when the aryans arrived in india they divided the society they now controlled into a hierarchy of classes. on what basis did they separate these classes
a. level of wealth
b. societal functions

12Q-what was the term varna mean
a. the indian word for classes
b. the indian term for honor

13Q-what was the priestly class in india called
a. vaisya
b. brahmins

14Q-The bulk of indian society fit into what class
a. kshatriya
b. sundra

15Q-what was a jati
a. kinship groups associated with a particular varna
b. indian currency

16Q-which term accurately describes indian families
a. patriarchal 
b. matrilineal

17Q-In what way did indian women achieve dominion over men in this patriarchal society
a. by the inheritance of property
b. via sexual prowess, which seemed to fascinate indian society

18Q-under the aryans a shift in focus of the indian culture went from the indus river valley to where
a. ganges river valley
b.himalayan mountain regions

19Q-what happened to indian trade after the mauryans rose to power
a. it declined in importance
b. it expanded into a vast network reaching all the way into the mediterranean region

20Q-what religion emerged as dominant in india from the early aryan religious practices
a. islam 
b. hinduism

21Q-which of the following became a key component of hindu religious belief
a.human sacrifice
b. reincarnation

22Q-what was karma in the hindu religion
a.tally of the actions in one's life
b. sacred writings

23Q-what hindu gods took precedence in their devotional exercises
a. brahman and baal
b. vishnu and shiva

24Q-what son of a ruling kshatriya family developed an alternative expression of religious thought in India
a. siddhartha gautama
b. ashoka

25Q-what was nirvana in the religion of buddhism
a. hallucinative drug taken during ceremonies
b. the personal state of the extinction of selfhood and final reuntion with the great world soul

26Q-which of the following was one of the four noble truths of buddhism 
a. suffering is caused by desire
b. the ultimate aim in life is the pursuit of pleasure

27Q-In what way did buddhism fundamentally differ from hinduism 
a. buddhism was relatively egalitarian
b. buddhism did not teach reincarnation

28Q-what mauryan king converted to buddhism because known as its greatest ruler
a. ashoka
b. suddharta gautama

29Q-what change took place in india after ashoka's death
a.. began a period of disunity and decline
b. returned to harappan rule

30Q-which of the following was one of the main types of religious structures built during the mauryan period
a. stupa
b. ziggurat

31Q-which of the following is not an identified characteristic of a civilization
a. urban focus
b. written law codes

32Q-How did the tigris and euphrates rivers make civilization possible in mesopotamia
a. allowed civilization to be brought into the region from elsewhere
b. the rivers flooded annually and left behind fertile silt for farming topsoil

33Q-what was the name of the people of mesopotamia that we credit with founding the first civilizations

34Q-what was the basic units of sumerian civilization
a. theocratic governments
b. city-states

35Q-what were ziggurats
a. stepped tower temples
b. sumerian colnage

36Q-how did sumerians view the power of their kinds
a. limited
b. as divine in its origin

37Q-how did the mesopotamian natural environment shape their view of religion
a.the moderate climate caused them to believe in benevolent divine beings 
b. the harshness of the mesopotamian environment caused them to believe in unkind and unreliable deities

38Q-what was the sumerian economy based on primarily
a. agriculture
b.sea trade

39Q-To what social group did 90% of sumerians belong
a. elites
b. free commoners

40Q-which of the following is an example of sumerian innovation and creativity
a. sun-dried bricks
b. concrete

41Q-what was most significant about the sumerian cuneiform writing system
a. it was alphabetic
b. it had the ability to express abstract ideas

42Q-what akkadian king conquered the sumerians and gained control over most of mesopotamia
a. hammurabi
b. sargon

43Q-what was the amorite king hammurabi most noted for historically
a. established the first great multi-ethnic empire
b. used the sumerian writing system to create the first written law code

44Q-what was the phoenician civilization's prosperity based on 
a. sea trade
b. agricultural plantations

45Q-what was the phoenician's greatest cultural achievement
a. alphabetic writing system
b. bronze sculpturing

46Q-which of the following is considered the greatest historical contribution of the israelites
a. monotheistic religion
b. first use of chariots

47Q-what two great world regions would the Israelites inspire
a. hinduism and buddhism 
b. christianity and islam

48Q-which of the following best descrives the personality of the asyrian empire
a. cruel 
b. benevolent

49Q-what caused the demise of the assyrian empire
a. famine
b. rebellion brought on by its cruelty

50Q-what persian king is credited with establishing their great empire
a. xerxes
b. cyrus

51Q-what were the governing districts of the persian empire called
a. satrapies
b. latifundia

52Q-which of the following best describes the persian military
a. comprised solely of those of persian descent
b. comprised of soldiers taken from every region of the empire

53Q-which term bet describes the persian religion
b. philosophical

54Q-Around what river does the chinese story begin
a. yellow
b. indus

55Q-what predecessor dynasty is credited with starting off the story of civilization in china by introducing irrigation and drainage of floodwaters more than 4000 years ago 
a. qin
b. xia

56Q-what dynasty is credited with having the greatest influence in starting the chinese civilization around the sixteenth century BCE
a. zhou
b. shang

57Q-upon what was the shang chinese economy based
a. manufatuuring
b. agriculture

58Q-which of the following accurately describes the structure of the shang chinese government
a. king with bureaucracy
b. theocracy

59Q-what cultural if not religious practice related to family developed in shang china
a. annual festival celebrating clannish histories
b. ancestor worship

60Q-the importance of family expressed itself in the shang dynasty by the formation of what foundational unit of chinese civilization 
a. clans
b. jati

61Q-who owned most of the land in shang china
a. emperor
b. aristocracy

62Q-what dynasty replaced the shang as the rulers of china in the eleventh century BCE
a. qin
b. zhou

63Q-what happened in the zhou period to the governmental bureaucracy started by the shang
a. grew in size and complexity
b. it was eliminated

64Q-by what concept did the zhou dynasty claim power in china
a. popular sovereignty
b. mandate of heaven

65Q-what caused the disintegration of the zhou dynasty
a. bitter internal rivalries
b. economic collapse

66Q-what was the well field system
a. economic systen where peasants owned and farmed their own land as well as those of their landlord
b. practice of not using certain plots of land for at least one growing season

67Q-which of the following i an example of zhou technological innovation
a. large scale water control projects
b. development of the water wheel

68Q-what became one of the most principle trade items in the developing trade and manufacturing sectors of the zhou dynasty
a. cotton
b. silk

69Q-who or what were yin and yang
a. opposing forces of good and evil that divided the universe
b. the co-founders of china's earliest philosophical school of thought

70Q-what chinese philosophy would kung fuci develop in the zhou dynasty
a legalist
b. confucianism

71Q-which of the following was a key element of the concept of Dao
a. duty
b. love

72Q-what was Confucious' most striking political idea
a. government should be open to all men of superior quality not just to those of noble birth
b. that a strong rule of law was necessary to overcome the evil nature of humanity

73Q-what was the fundamental assumption behind the philosophy of legalism 
a. that humanity was inheritantly good
b. that humans were by nature evil

74Q-In what way was the nile river similar to both the tigris and euphrates rivers of mesopotamia
a. all originated in northern mountains and flowed south into oceans or seas
b. all flooded the regions through which they flowed leaving fertile topsoil behind

75Q-in what way was the nile river different from the mesopotamian rivers
a. its flooding was gradual and predictable
b. it did not necessarily flood every year

76Q-In what way was the nile a unifying force in ancient egypt
a. by providing a great trace link with the rest of the world
b. by providing the egyptian people with a fast and reliable communication and transportation link

77Q-which of the following is an example of a natural protective barrier egypt's environment provided.
a. it was surrounded by great mountains
b. it was bordered by great deserts to the east and west

78Q-what effect did the isolation created by their natural defenses have on the ancient Egyptian civilization 
a. gave them a sense of security and changelessness
b. they did not see the need to build a military structure

79Q-which of the following best describes the significance of religion to the ancient egyptian civilization 
a. religion was an inseparable element of their world order
b. religion played a secondary role in egyptian society

80Q-In which age of egyptian history did they enjoy perhaps their greatest prosperity and splendor as evidence by the creation of the pyramids
a. old kingdom
b. middle kingdom

81Q-what was the purpose of the egyptian pyramids
a. temples of public worship
b. tombs

82Q-what was ka to the ancient egyptians
a. their physical body
b. their spiritual body

83Q-how did the egyptian civilization change in its new kingdom era
a. more dependent on foreign trade
b. took a more militaristic path

84Q-under what egyptian pharaoh did their religion temporarily take a more monotheistic path
a. amenhotep
b. ramses

85Q-what was the ancient egyptian attitude toward land ownership
a. believed in a wide distribution of land
b. the king owned all land and granted portions to particular subjects

86Q-which term best describes egyptian art
a. functional
b. emotional

87Q-what was the name of the egyptian writing system
a. cuneiform 
b. hieroglyphics

88Q-what peoples to its south were greatly influenced by egyptian culture eventually forming their own substantial kingdom
a. arabs
b. nubians

89Q-sumerian (years)

90Q-urban cities of sumeria

91Q-monumental buildings in sumeria

92Q-how was sumeria walled for protection

93Q-what did sumeria first create

94Q-type of sumerian government

95Q-sumerian religion

96Q-what types of writing in sumeria



99Q-2150 -1792



102Q-code of hammurabi





107Q-nebuchadnezzar (604-562)



110Q-sea people


112Q-what maritime civilization was in phoenicians

113Q-writing system for the phoenicians










123Q-religious contributions for itraelites



126Q-third intermediate period


128Q-military in assyria





133Q-persian government

134Q-satrapies of persians

135Q-persian society



138Q-nile river

139Q-the isolation of egypt

140Q-religion in egypt

141Q-deities of religion

142Q-the beliefs of egypt in reguards of the afterlife

143Q-different types of the people in egypt



146Q-urban cities in egypt

147Q-writing of egypt

148Q-math and science in egypt

149Q-arts of egypt

150Q-old kingdom

151Q-first intermediate period

152Q-middle kingdom

153Q-hyksos era

154Q-new kingdom


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