exam 2 - Qin 162-64 182 Silk Road lacquer 166-67 172 Age of...

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Qin 162-64 , 182 Silk Road; lacquer 166-67, 172 Age of Division 174 Grand Canal 177 Izanagi and Izanami 183 Great Wall 163 Records of the Grand Historian 167 , 171 Shinto 184 Chapter Challenge # 6 1. (Points: 1) Han policies of levying heavy taxes on Chinese merchants was justified by 1. the policy of exempting farmers from taxation. 2. widespread suspicion of commerce. 3. Buddhist religious leaders. 4. the incessant rebellions led by merchants. Save Answer 2. (Points: 1) Traditional Chinese historiography has characterized the First Emperor of the Qin dynasty as 1. a benevolent but incompetent ruler. 2. a tough-minded but able ruler. 3. a vicious tyrant. 4. a truly compassionate and pragmatic ruler. Save Answer 3. (Points: 1) Cities in Han China had all of the following characteristics except 1. market centers. 2. execution sites. 3. numerous entertainment options. 4. freedom from imperial rule. Save Answer 4. (Points: 1)
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The Tang emperors’ policies in civil government included all of the except 1. founding government schools to prepare young men for service as officials. 2. establishing elected officials as leaders at the local level. 3. subdividing the administration into various departments. 4. expanding the system of competitive examinations for civil servants. Save Answer 5. (Points: 1) The native religion of Japan came to be called 1. Shinto. 2. Yamato. 3. Zen. 4. Mahayana. Penetentials 8 Saint Augustine 8 monasticism 8 Benedict of Nursia 8 typikon 8 wergeld 8 diaspora 8 iconoclastic controversy; schism 8 Justinian 8 Byzantine medicine 8 Greek fire 8 Peterine doctrine 8 Salic Law 8 Magi 8 corpus juris civilis 8
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1. (Points: 1) The Roman emperor __________ made Christianity the official religion of the empire. 1. Constantine 2. Tiberius 3. Justinian 4. Theodosius Save Answer 2. (Points: 1) Arianism was condemned at the __________ in 325. 1. Council of Nicaea 2. Council of Rome 3. Council of Athens 4. Council of Tours Save Answer 3. (Points: 1) The controversy over icons 1. settled the issue of church-state relations in Byzantium. 2. reconciled the pope and the patriarch.
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