Islamic_Empires

Islamic_Empires - Chapter 28 The Islamic Empires MULTIPLE...

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Chapter 28 The Islamic Empires MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The Mughal ruler who constructed the Taj Mahal was a. Shah Jahan. b. Akbar. c. Zahir al-Din Muhammad. d. Osman Bey. e. Aurangzeb. 2. The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires were all a. Christian. b. anamistic. c. Zoroastrian. d. Buddhist. e. Islamic. 7. Which of the following empires was inspired by its status as an Islamic outpost on the border of the Christian world? a. Ottoman. b. Safavid. c. Mughal. d. Yuan. e. Umayyad. 19. The leader of the Safavid empire at its peak was a. Shah Ismail. b. Aurangzeb. c. Akbar. d. Ibraham the Crazy. e. Shah Abbas. 22. Which of the following rulers displayed the greatest amount of religious toleration? a. Aurangzeb. b. Akbar. c. Shah Ismail. d. Suleyman the Magnificent. e. Charles V. 23. Akbar’s answer to the religious diversity and tension of India was to a. declare India an atheistic state. b. push Christianity in return for European-supplied advanced weapons. c. attempt to crush all Hindu resistance. d. create a syncretic religion called the “divine faith” that all could worship. e. convert to Twelver Shiism as a means of inspiring a sense of divine leadership.
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