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1. In regard to political structure, postclassical India A. Rivaled Tang China in respect to size and administrative brilliance B. Developed no single centralized imperial authority C. Copied the Chinese model after being conquered by the Tang D. Was most influenced by Byzantium E. Was more similar to imperial Rome than to Tang China 2. An invasion in 451 C.E. by the White Huns began the collapse of the A. Gupta dynasty B. Mauryan dynasty C. Byzantine Empire D. Chola kingdom E. Han dynasty 3. In 711, the northern Indian area of Sind fell to the A. Abbasid dynasty B. Umayyad dynasty C. Tang dynasty D. Byzantine Empire E. Chola dynasty 4. Islam reached India by all of the following routes except A. Conquest by Arabic invaders B. Missionaries sent by the emperor Harsha C. Islamic merchants D. Migrations from Turkish-speaking peoples from central Asia E. Conquest by Arabic invaders and missionaries sent by Harsha 5. The Islamic ruler who led seventeen different raiding expeditions into India in the eleventh century was A. Harihara B. Srivijaya C. Ramanuja D. Abu Bakr E. Mahmud of Ghazni 6. Mahmud of Ghazni's main inspiration for visiting India in the eleventh century was A. To spread Islam B. To visit important Buddhist temples C. To build a centralized state based on a Persian model D. To plunder E. To forge a lasting trading alliance with China
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7. Northern India was dominated from the twelfth through the early sixteenth century by A. The Abbasid dynasty B. The Chola kingdom C. The southern Song dynasty D. The Delhi sultanate E. The Umayyad dynasty 8. The Delhi sultans were A. Never able to expand their control beyond northern India B. Able to unite all of India for the first time since the Mauryans C. Able to make Islam the main religion of India D. Proponents of a more syncretic version of Islam E. Not able to conquer all of India until they united with the Chinese 9. The kingdoms of southern India were mainly A. Islamic B. Buddhist C. Hindu D. Sikh E. Jain 10. In 1336, Harihara and Bukka, two emissaries from the Delhi sultan, renounced Islam, reconverted to Hinduism, and founded the southern kingdom of A. Chola B. Vijayanagar C. Funan D. Angkor E. Maurya 11. The presence of the changing monsoon winds ensured that A. Irrigation never developed in India because it was never necessary B. India enjoyed complete isolation C. Shipping was impossible in the Indian Ocean basin D. Irrigation was necessary in arid southern India
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Benjamin during the Spring '11 term at Ohlone.

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