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unit 2 test - 82) Which of the following statements...

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82) Which of the following statements concerning the situation at the end of the Qin-Han period is most accurate? A) Non-Chinese nomads ruled much of China and a foreign religion, Buddhism, eclipsed Confucian teachings. B) Aristocratic families rapidly lost ground to the growing influence of the scholar-gentry. C) The central authority of the imperial government was rapidly reestablished under the Chou dynasty. D) Patterns of life established during the Qin-Han era faded rapidly. E) Despite the disappearance of imperial unity, the centralized bureaucracy continued to function as before in the capital of Beijing. 83) The dynasty that ended the period of political chaos after the fall of the Qin-Han was the A) Chou. B) Tang. C) Song. D) Qing. E) Sui. 84) Which of the following statements concerning the period after the fall of the Han is NOT true? A) With mainly Buddhist exceptions, thought degenerated into the quest for magical cures. B) Despite the political chaos, the Great Wall continued to serve as a barrier to the penetration of nomadic peoples. C) Chinese technology stagnated during this time. D) Trade and city life declined as the central government dissipated. E) Nomadic peoples raided and conquered across the north China plain. 85) What made possible the rapid revival of empire under the Tang? A) the brevity of the period of political dislocation B) the willingness of the Tang to abandon traditional approaches to government C) massive grain imports D) the abandonment of Confucianism in favor of the more widely practiced Buddhism E) the preservation in the many kingdoms of the Confucian traditions that had been central to Chinese civilization 86) The man responsible for the creation of the Sui dynasty was A) Yang Guifei. B) Wendi. C) Li Yuan. D) Xuanzong. E) Li Bo. 87) What was the primary reform enacted during the reign of the first Sui emperor? A) the creation of granaries to relieve the threat of famine B) the destruction of the Great Wall C) the construction of the Grand Canal D) persecution of the Buddhists E) the reconstruction of the Confucian scholar-gentry 88) What led to the downfall of the Sui dynasty? A) excessive expenses associated with grandiose building projects and military campaigns
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