2008 AP World Unit II Chapters 3-4

2008 AP World Unit II Chapters 3-4 - 2008 AP World Unit II:...

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2008 AP World Unit II: Chapters 3-4 A Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 1. The Hebrew kingdom (Israel) had a perilous existence because it a. was situated between powerful rival states ____ 2. The economy of Phoenician civilization was based on a. Mediterranean shipping and trade ____ 3. Which of the following kings built the Hanging Gardens of Babylon? e. Nebuchadnezzar ____ 4. Which of the following civilizations did not engage in empire building? e. Harappan India ____ 5. The powerful city-state of Carthage located in north Africa was founded by a. Phoenicia ____ 6. All is true concerning Hellenic religion EXCEPT a. saw gods as human-like d. developed powerful priestly class b. was polytheistic e. gods interfered in the lives of man c. used sacrifice and divination ____ 7. Women by and large in Greek society were seen as c. servants to men ____ 8. All the following are true of the rule of Darius I EXCEPT a. extended the boundaries of the Empire from India to Europe d. built royal roads to connect his provinces b. believed the king was a servant to his people e. built the capital of Persepolis to show the power and splendor of his empire c. split the empire into satraps ____ 9. All the following are geographical features of Greece EXCEPT a. sharply indented coastline d. many navigable rivers b. is a peninsula e. small amount of arable land c. numerous mountain ranges ____ 10. Herodotus is known for b. his works on the Persian Wars and is considered the “Father of History.” ____ 11. Hellenic bonds of union are evident in all the following EXCEPT a. Olympic Games d. loyalty to a central government b. fear of Persia e. common religion and traditions c. common language
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____ 12. Most of our knowledge of the ancient Aegean past comes from the fine archeological work in the late 19th century BCE of e. Heinrich Schliemann ____ 13. The Greek wars against Persia (500 BCE-479 BCE) c. preserved the independence of the Greek city-states. ____ 14. The Parthenon was a. a temple to Athena. ____ 15. The Hittites, who were the foremost power in central Asia Minor from 1700-1200 BCE, are known for c. their use of iron. ____ 16. Which of the following statements BEST reflects the rules the New Kingdom pharaohs Hatshepsut and Akhenaten? c. They were unique in that each defied previous traditions of Egyptian kingship. ____ 17. What new mode of transportation arrived in western Asia around 2000 BCE that allowed the creation of large states and empires? d. horses ____ 18. Which of the following is most TRUE concerning the Mycenaean script Linear B ? b.
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