Unit 2 AP World

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Mongol fighting units were called

tumens

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Which of these empires, ruled by Muhammad Shah, was conquered by Chinggis Khan?

khawarazam kingdom

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Which of these describes Prester John?

Mythical Christian priest and king in the 1100’s Believed to be Chinggis khan, and was cut off from Europe by Muslim conquests

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The Romance of the West Chamber was written during the

13th-century Yuan period in the tang dynasty.

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\Which of these was a Turkic leader who conquered much of the Middle East in the fourteenth century?

Timur the lame

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The ruler of the Golden Horde in the mid-1200s was

berke

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The election of Chinggis Khan as khagan in 1206 was

In keeping with the Mongol Traditions

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Like Alexander the Great, Chinggis Khan created an empire

Divided soon after his death

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Like the Kara Khitai Empire, the empire of Chinggis was

Mongolian

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In what area did the Mongols tend to borrow most from other cultures?

Government

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The White Lotus Society illustrates

Resistance to Mongol rule

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The impact of the Battle of Kulikova on the status of Moscow can be characterized as

The Battle of Kulikovo was of great historic importance in the struggle of the Russian people against the Golden Horde's rule. It dealt a severe blow to the power of the Horde, speeding up the process of its breakup.

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What century did Constantinople fall to the Ottoman Empire?

15th

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Which of these was a Muslim philosopher that promoted the rational approach to knowledge?

Ibn Rushd

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Giotto was a master in what discipline?

Painting especially realism

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Which of these men was the first European to reach India by sea?

Vasco de Gama

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Prince Henry the Navigator is best known for

funding expeditions along the coast of north Africa

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In the document “Bubonic Plague,” Jean de Venette and Ibn al-Wardi write that the plague was

a blessing for those of faith

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The unification of Castille and Aragon was an example of what broader trend?

the emergence of strong monarchies in the late medieval period

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The Inquisition in Spain was an illustration of Spain’s

new concept of its religious purpose

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Which of these best explains the significance of Portuguese control of the Azores?

The move marked European ventures into the Atlantic.

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Which of these best characterizes the status of America’s civilizations around 1450?

vulnerable

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The settlement of Hawai’i in the seventh century was part of

a second wave of Polynesian migrations

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Which of these men commanded the first expedition that sailed around the world?

Ferdinand Magellan

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The Dutch East India Company was chartered by the Netherlands to trade in

Southeast asia

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Which of these was reached and claimed by a Portuguese ship that blew off course?

Bartolomeu Días (Brazil)

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Which of these animals, introduced by Europeans to the Americas, had a particularly devastating impact on native vegetation?

Sheep

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Which of these men was captured and killed by Francisco Pizarro?

Atahuallpa

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Which gave Britain control of most of northwestern North America?

Treaty with Paris

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Which of these was an important base for British trade in India?

Calcutta

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The imperial rivalry of Spain and Portugal in the early 1500s was largely replaced in the next century by the rivalry between

France and England

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Which of these was the major cause of the Columbian Exchange?

contact between Europe and the Americas

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Which of these was the main beneficiary of mercantilist policies?

The states, Big businesses and big government

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Goa and Calcutta illustrate _________ in the early 1700s.

European rivalry in India

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Which of these best characterizes European commerce in east Asia in the 1600s?

infiltration

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Unlike Spanish imperialism in the Americas, the British North American colonies were

more commonly founded for religious motives

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Humanism was a philosophical approach stressing the study of

The study of classical texts

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Which of these men posted the 95 Theses and began the Protestant Reformation?

Martin Luther

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Which of this extended protection to French Protestants in 1598?

the edict of nantes

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The Thirty Years War was a religious conflict that centered on

Catholic Holy Roman Emperor and his Protestant subjects in Bohemia.

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The proletariat is the class of

Wage workers

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Which century saw the height of witchcraft persecutions?

17th

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Which of these was a French intellectual who did influential work on the scientific method?

Rene Descartes

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In the context of developments in the seventeenth century, the Levelers were

extremists

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The findings of Copernicus differed from those of Chinese and Indian astronomers because of the work of Copernicu

was followed up by work by many other scientists

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The growth of absolutism was synonymous with the growth of the

State

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Which of these best summarizes the impact of Enlightenment ideas on European women?

Promising

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Like the Thirty Years War, the English Civil War was caused by

Disagreements regarding religion and power of a king

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Which of these is true of trade under Mongol rule?

-The trading route linked western Europe to East Asia Merchants had a higher social statusMongol empire knew how important trade was to the economy so they promoted it greatly

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Compared to the Mongols, Timur’s conquests were ______________.

Equally destructive and of shorter duration

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