Test 1 B F11 World History VB
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Test 1 B F11 World History VB

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Test 1 B F11 World History VB Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. The use of fire may have begun about a. 2,000,000 years ago. b. 500,000 years ago. c. 100,000 years ago. d. 25,000 years ago. e. 10.000 years ago. ____ 2. Which of the following were among the basic characteristics of the first civilizations? a. the development of the Phoenician...

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1 Test B F11 World History VB Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. The use of fire may have begun about a. 2,000,000 years ago. b. 500,000 years ago. c. 100,000 years ago. d. 25,000 years ago. e. 10.000 years ago. ____ 2. Which of the following were among the basic characteristics of the first civilizations? a. the development of the Phoenician alphabet b. the use of iron tools and weapons by 3500 B.C.E. c. the development of cities d. the discovery of fire e. the invention of pottery ____ 3. Which of the following is not true about cuneiform? a. It used the Cyrillic alphabet. b. It was used for record keeping. c. It was used for teaching. d. It was used to record Mesopotamian literature. e. It was developed by the Sumerians. ____ 4. Hammurabi did all of the following except a. become Pharaoh of Egypt during the Middle Kingdom. b. "divide and conquer" his enemies as he returned Mesopotamia to unified control. c. establish his new capital at Babylon. d. work to stimulate economic revival and enhance the irrigation system. e. establish a major code of law. ____ 5. The Nile delta, about one hundred miles from the Mediterranean, was called a. Greater Egypt. b. Lower Egypt. c. Upper Egypt. d. Central Egypt. e. Axum. ____ 6. Which of the following is not correct about the pyramids? a. They were tombs for the pharaohs. b. They were constructed during the Middle Kingdom. c. They were symbols of royal power. d. The most magnificent of the pyramids was constructed about 2500 B.C.E. e. Pyramids were filled with boats, food, weapons, and games. ____ 7. In contrast to the Old Kingdom, the role of the pharaoh in the Middle Kingdom was that of a. b. c. d. e. an inaccessible god-king. a shepherd, a provider of public projects and assistance. a symbolic fisherman for his people. a warrior-king. a sacrificial scapegoat. ____ 8. The story of Osiris in ancient Egyptian religion served to a. weaken popular belief in the pharaoh's divinity. b. permit the people to maintain a sun cult. c. strengthen the belief that immortality could be achieved. d. provide a method for designing and constructing the pyramids. e. justify wars against Syria. ____ 9. The independent African state that emerged at the end of the second millennium B.C.E. was a. Axum. b. Mali. c. the Maghreb. d. Kush. e. Zanj. ____ 10. The aftermath of the Hyksos intrusion into Egypt resulted in a. the Egyptian use of iron for improved tools and weapons. b. the reestablishment of the Old Kingdom. c. Egyptian adoption of camel-drawn war chariots. d. a significant increase in Egyptian imperialism in the New Kingdom. e. the destruction of the pyramids. ____ 11. The Assyrian Empire a. developed in the central desert region of the Arabian peninsula. b. expanded northward from its original homeland to the Baltic Sea by 700 B.C.E. c. was skilled at waging both conventional and guerrilla warfare. d. was the greatest trading center of the ancient world. e. briefly occupied southern Greece. ____ 12. The Chaldean king who rebuilt Babylonia as the center of his empire was a. Cyrus. b. Rameses II. c. Nebuchadnezzar II. d. Ashurbanipal I. e. Marquil VI. ____ 13. The Persian Empire a. remained strongly committed to its unique monotheistic beliefs for over two millennia. b. absorbed almost all of its cultural and administrative policies from Assyrian practices. c. ended the "Babylonian Captivity" of the Jews during the reign of Cyrus the Great. d. suffered from administrative corruption, and collapsed after the death of Cyrus. e. was very intolerant of the ideas and practices of the peoples it conquered. ____ 14. According to the Arthasastra, a. the king was required to rule solely in a despotic manner. b. for the king, practical politics and results are more important than the divine law. c. there was to be egalitarian use of political power in the society. d. a primitive form of self-rule were to be given to peasants. e. rulers were to be morally flawless. ____ 15. Chandragupta Maurya a. may have been a member of the army of Alexander the Great. b. feared assassination and had a secret police. c. was the last major Mauryan ruler. d. worshiped the god, Mithras. e. abolished Buddhism in India. ____ 16. The caste system a. was applicable to every member of Indian society. b. was a central element of Buddhist belief. c. was actually more flexible than the Egyptian social structure. d. originated in Macedonia. e. was unsuccessfully opposed by Aryan warriors' wives. ____ 17. The members of the caste known as the untouchables, or pariahs, were a. so holy that they would be contaminated if touched even by high priests. b. given extensive opportunity to achieve social mobility. c. required to have a minimum of five children during their lifetimes. d. composed primarily of priests and financial planners. e. given jobs such as handling dead bodies or collecting trash. ____ 18. The three "twice-born" castes were the a. Sikh, Hamar and Maltese. b. sudras, brahmins and kshatriya. c. vaisya, kshatriya and brahmins. d. brahmins, bodhi and mahayana. e. sudra, ashakan and pariah. ____ 19. During the Mauryan Dynasty, a. the government extensively regulated economic activities. b. the rulers showed no interest in major religious developments. c. women were able to own and inherit land and one, Omione, even reigned for years. d. Asoka created and publicized the ideas of karma and irgun. e. Alexander built a city on the Ganges. ____ 20. The Indian priestly caste was known as the a. kshatriya. b. pariah. c. brahmin. d. vaisya. e. volcana. ____ 21. All of the following are true about the jati system except a. it was the category of social classification with subdivisions within each for different castes. b. it served to categorize large numbers of individual families. c. it sometimes offered an opportunity for upward mobility. d. it could serve as a stabilizing factor in Indian life. e. a jati was obliged to provide for its poor and destitute members. ____ 22. of Which the following accurately describes gender relationships in ancient Indian society? a. The practices concerning education, priesthood service, and property inheritance demonstrated egalitarianism between the genders. b. The superiority of males over females was manifested in all areas of marital life. c. Polygamy, child marriage, and divorce practices demonstrated the emphasis on gender equality. d. Descent was matrilineal. e. A woman achieved "free" status at the age of twenty. ____ 23. It can be said of gender relations among ancient Indians that a. Hinduism advocated respect for the equal rights of men and women. b. men often dominated women. c. women often had no influence or power within individual families. d. women were actually slaves. e. almost all of the early Indian gods were female. ____ 24. Asceticism in ancient Indian religion a. served as a substitute for sacrificial practices as a means to placate and communicate with the gods. b. enabled priests to facilitate communication between believers and the gods. c. enhanced sacrificial practices. d. provided means of firmly establishing one's experiences apart from the realm of spiritual meditative processes. e. reduced food consumption, as desired by Asoka. ____ 25. Asceticism eventually evolved into the modern practice of body training known as a. karma. b. satya. c. yoga. d. sati. e. samsara. ____ 26. A set of commentaries on the Vedas that emphasized spiritual meditation were the a. Upanishads. b. Kamasutra. c. Rigveda. d. Mahabharata. e. Epistularias. ____ 27. The ultimate goal of Hindus is to a. attain a blissful, eternal afterlife. b. attain an ultimate spiritual reunion with Brahman and escape the pain of living. c. attain eternal life by exchanging one's karma for Atman. d. be reborn again and again. e. achieve enlightenment in the Western Paradise. ____ 28. Gautama said that the way to avoid suffering was to end desire by a. permanently isolating oneself from the rest of humanity. b. practicing excessive asceticism. c. following the "Middle Path." d. practicing karma exercises. e. avoiding agricultural projects. ____ 29. The language of the Vedas was a. Prakrit. b. Sanskrit. c. Hindi. d. Gujarati. e. Farsi. ____ 30. A famous grammar was written by the Indian scholar a. Panini. b. Asoka. c. Gandhi. d. Jawaharlal. e. Arjuna. ____ 31. For the ordinary Indian, the sensuous paradise that adorned ancient Indian religious art represented a. scientific curiosity. b. salvation and fulfillment. c. a reward for outstanding achievement. d. an active fantasy life. e. the final phase of decadence. ____ 32. Which of these ancient civilizations survived, intact, until the twentieth century? a. Egyptian b. Aztec c. Hittite d. Chinese e. Aryan ____ 33. The legendary "three sovereigns" of prehistoric China were a. Fu Xi, Ling Pioa, and Shong Tui. b. Shen Nong, Ling Pioa, and Shonh Tui. c. Fu Xi, Shen Nong, and Huang Di. d. Ling Pioa, Shong Tui, and Huang Di. e. Chiang, Deng, and Sun. ____ 34. The term "the Dao" in China means a. intellectual brilliance. b. the Way. c. karma. d. incredible beauty. e. the How. ____ 35. The idea of the Mandate of Heaven was a. introduced in the Bhaghavadgita. b. borrowed from Tibetan nomads in the fifth century B.C.E. c. introduced by the Zhou dynasty and it served to legitimize its power. d. contained in the Rites of Mao. e. a concept that last only a short time in Chinese history. ____ 36. Which of the following correct about the nature of the Zhou merchant and slave classes? a. Merchants were independent operators and slaves were a majority of the population. b. The merchants traded only in domestic goods and the slaves worked only in irrigation. c. The merchants were the property of the local lord and the slaves were probably individuals who had been seized in warfare. d. The merchants became the de facto rulers who humanely freed their slaves. e. Under the Zhou the merchant classes were enslaved by the emperors. ____ 37. The first fully unified government in Chinese history was that of the a. Mauryans. b. Zhou. c. Qin. d. Han. e. Shang. ____ 38. The Qin dynasty a. permitted all philosophies to compete freely for public acceptance. b. had a shy, highly religious Buddhist as its first ruler. c. lasted exactly four hundred years. d. carried out public book burnings. e. developed the first direct democracy in human history. ____ 39. The imperial capital cities of the Qin and Shang dynasties, respectively, were a. Anyang and Canton. b. Shunyong and Xianyang. c. Xian and Anyang. d. Loyang and Hanoi. e. Taipei and Wuhan. ____ 40. What makes the Chinese written language unique? a. its phonetic constructions b. its codified alphabet c. its ideographical format d. its geographical dichotomy e. its simplicity Test 1 B F11 World History VB Answer Section MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 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