HIS-1122-XZIA Coumbe Test 3

HIS-1122-XZIA Coumbe Test 3 - ETROY World History to 1500...

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ETROY World History to 1500 HIS-1122-XZIA 11/T2 (Coumbe) Review Test Submission: Test #3 Review Test Submission: Test #3 User Course ETROY World History to 1500 HIS-1122-XZIA 11/T2 (Coumbe) Test Test #3 Started Submitted Status Completed Comments Score 80 out of 100 points Time Elapsed Instructions Covers chapters 10, 11, 12, and 13. Complete the three essay questions and multiple choice. This is not timed. Question 1 Evaluate the contributions of Justinian to western civilization. Selected Answer: Correct Answer: [None] Response Feedback: A good answer should include the following points: & &±²³ ; He attempted to restore and unify both the Christian church and the Roman Empire. & &±²³ ; He married a very able woman who helped him rule the empire. & &±²³ ; Justinian codified and streamlined Roman law. This effort made Roman law the most influential legal system in history. At the same time it destroyed the laws flexibility to adapt and change. & &±²³ ; Justinian tried to unite the old Roman Empire. He achieved temporary success. Question 2 Compare and contrast Cambodia and India with respect to government, religion, and social structure. Selected Answer: Correct Answer: [None] 11 out of 17 points 12 out of 17 points
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Response Feedback: A good answer should include the following points: Religion & &±²³ ; India was dominated by Hinduism. & &±²³ ; The Hindus adopted the Purdah. & &±²³ ; Cambodia was heavily influenced by Hinduism, although Buddhism was welcomed and tolerated. & &±²³ ; The Indian/Hindu influence in Cambodia was evident in the construction of religious buildings. Government & &±²³ ; Hindu influence was apparent in Cambodian government. & &±²³ ; The king was assisted by a complex Hindu bureaucracy dominated by military leaders and Hindu priests. Social Structure & &±²³ ; However, the Cambodians rejected the Hindu caste system. The Cambodians retained an egalitarian social structure system.
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