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Unformatted text preview: WEEK TWO QUIZ Due 3—18-2011 Please be sure to check 011' only one response. amt-matte: 1.) Shang authority was demonstrated by A Elthe happiness of the people B V ritual sacriﬁce C Dpossession of horses D Elpossession of cast bronze vessels for sacriﬁces to the gods 2.) Where was Kush? A |:|the Nile Delta B Ithe fertile plain of Dongola Reach
C [I Celtic Europe D |:|Kush was the Egyptian name for China 3.) The Romans eliminated the Druids because they A Elwould not convert to Roman Catholicism B would not reveal their mystic lore C III caused divisiveness within Celtic society D could have served as a rallying point for Celtic opposition 4.) Typically, Maya military forces fought to secure
A |:|trade goods and routes B captives rather than land C Bland rather than captives D |:|waterways 5.) What percentage of the Aztec capital's food requirement was met by tribute from conquered peoples?
A III 10% B “25% C D4091:
D CITED/i3 6.) The lncan civilization was originally based on
A El control of religious institutions B Dmilitary dominance C Ireciprocal gift giving and redistribution of food and textiles D Eltaking captives for sacriﬁces 7.) The trade on the Indian Ocean was A El competitive and divisive B 11111 by imperial decree C decentralized and cooperative D Dplagued by warfare 8.) Which of the following groups was most instrumental in the spread of Islam? A El soldiers B monarchs C merchants D D monks 9.) W’hich of the following is not a characteristic of a dhow
A III a rudder
B Dlateen sails C Imounted cannon D Usewn hulls 10.) The role of force in spreading Islam south of the Sahara was A Ilimited B considerable C El encouraged by the ulama D D combined with trade 11.) According to the Peripbw trade on the east: African coast included
A El jade B Dwool C riIce D |:|bottled water 12.) The Pei-15pm mentions
A El caravel ships
B Dtug—boats C sewn hull boats I) Flt-nth A and R E'ﬁllEHiYEiﬁELGéEE | Back to Readings | ...
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