AP WH Mid Term ExamPractice Test 7

AP WH Mid Term ExamPractice Test 7 - AP WH Practice Mid...

Info iconThis preview shows pages 1–3. Sign up to view the full content.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
AP WH Practice Mid Term Exam 1. The gradual adoption of agriculture transformed the world most by causing [A] global population increase. [B] global population decrease. [C] major migrations to the temperate zones. [D] major die off of wild species. [E] an increase in insect infestation due to mono-cropping. 2. Which Egyptian “kingdom” built the pyramids? [A] Middle [B] Ancient [C] New [D] Pharoah [E] Old 3. Egypt’s external interests were primarily concentrated on [A] war for the sake of gaining slaves. [B] defeating the threatening desert nomads. [C] trading for the gold and wealth of western Africa. [D] maintaining access to valuable raw materials. [E] acquiring new territory. 4. The Chinese political system which relied primarily on strict laws and punishments in order to compel the people to behave is called [A] Daoism. [B] Legalism. [C] Confucianism. [D] Moism. [E] Rationalism 5. Egypt became aggressive toward Nubia during the Middle and New Kingdom periods because [A] the Nubian king converted to Christianity. [B] it sought to control Nubian gold mines. [C] Nubia had been raiding across the border. [D] Nubia had been diverting the flow of the Nile. [E] it wanted to capture Nubian slaves. 6. The rise of Mycenaean civilization can be explained primarily through cultural influence from [A] Egypt. [B] Anatolia. [C] Crete. [D] Syria. [E] Macedonia.
Background image of page 1

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
not one of the reasons that the Assyrians were able to conquer vast territories? [A] the use of iron weapons. [B] they had engineers who developed machines to besiege fortified towns. [C] the creation of a corps of professional soldiers. [D] they signed peace treaties and tolerant policies with with their enemies [E] they had a large army of half a million men. 8. King Darius, who was remembered as a lawgiver, created a central body of law. Under this system subject peoples in Persian territories were [A] disenfranchised legally but had the power to elect officials. [B] given even harsher laws than the Persians. [C] brought under a unified legal system. [D] still allowed to live under their own laws. [E] punished for disobeying the imperial laws. 9. Coins were significant in all of the following ways except [A] they allowed easy storage of wealth. [B] they were used to pay foreign professional soldiers. [C] they allowed for rapid transactions. [D] they allowed easy exchange of goods and services. [E] they allowed for easy record keeping. 10. The result of the Persian Wars was [A] Persia dominated the Greek City-States [B] the alliance between Greece and Persia in their attack on Rome. [C] the expulsion of the Persians from Greece. [D] the rise of Carthaginian dominance of the Aegean Sea. [E] the collapse of Greek society.
Background image of page 2
Image of page 3
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

This note was uploaded on 02/12/2011 for the course ECON 411 taught by Professor Mr.shafer during the Fall '11 term at Simons Rock.

Page1 / 16

AP WH Mid Term ExamPractice Test 7 - AP WH Practice Mid...

This preview shows document pages 1 - 3. Sign up to view the full document.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
Ask a homework question - tutors are online