History Final - History Final 1 The term Dar al Islam means a Places in the world where Islam is practiced 2 Jared Diamond argues that Europeans ability

History Final - History Final 1 The term Dar al Islam means...

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History Final1.The term Dar al Islam means a.Places in the world where Islam is practiced2.Jared Diamond argues that European’s ability to conquer the Americas can be traced toa.European’s access to agricultural innovation3.Francisco Pizarro’s conquest of the is thought to be a turning point in global historya.Incas4.The Ottoman Empire used mullets toa.Collect taxes and allow control to local authorities5.Quipus were used by the to a.Clothes… Aztecs… keep records6.The Treaty of Tordesailles was an agreement in which the decided to . a.Pope… to split America apart between the Spanish and the Portuguese7.Admiral Zheng He was charged with the mission to by . a.Establish trade relations by traveling North and South up the coast of China by sea8.What key role did Potosi play in the global economy?a.Potosi provided silver, which expanded the money supply and over inflated the Spanish economy9.What country was the major market for silver production in America during the 17thand 18thcentury?a.China10.What were the two major empires of the Americas before the Spanish arriveda.The Incan and Aztec Empires11.The Mughal Empire was located in modern daya.India 12.Name two of the Earliest Jesuitsa.Peter Farber and Ignatius Loyola13. Was a sub-Saharan African city known for its trade connections with the Muslim Worlda.Timbuktu14.What nation imported the largest number of enslaved people?a.Brazil for Portugal15.What percentage of Africans enslaved in the Atlantic Slave trade were women?a.33%16.Akbar and Aurangzeb represent two different approaches to religious tolerance in the Mughal Empire. Explain the view of each and how they were differenta.Akbar was more religiously tolerant and allowed several religious groups to practice in the empire without troubleb.Aurangzeb restricted religious practices to everyone other than Muslims17.Who was Alexander Falconbridge?a.A surgeon on a slave galley and a future abolitionist18.What law did the British use in order to put themselves in a more competitive position with Indian Textiles?a.Calico Laws19.What important resource of the Columbian Exchange was the first found in the Middle east?a.Sugar20.Carter and Warren give us the example of a ceramic jar displayed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art as an example of ?
a.The way Chinese ceramics were copied by artists in Mexico21.Which of these is true about European empiresa.Elizabeth I was able to defeat the Spanish armada22.What new evidence has caused a reinterpretation of what happened when the Qing dynasty conquered the Ming Dynastya.Reading of the sources from the Qing (Manchus)23. Japan decided to allow the Dutch to trade with them in the 17thcentury rather than the Portuguese because…a.The Dutch were less likely to convert them to Christianity24.Why was the Gabelle considered unfair?

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