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CHAPTER 28 TEST QUESTIONS 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. (p. 753) 2. The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires were all a. Christian. b. anamistic. c. Zoroastrian. d. Buddhist. e. Islamic. (p. 753) 3. The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires all originally came from a. descendants of the prophet Muhammad. b. renegade Byzantine generals. c. offshoots of the older Mongol empires. d. nomadic, Turkish-speaking tribes. e. direct descendants of the powerful Indian conqueror Chandragupga Maurya. (p. 753) 4. The founder of the Ottoman dynasty was a. Suleyman the Magnificent. b. Osman Bey. c. Selim the Grim. d. Mehmet II. e. Shah Ismail. (p. 754) 5. The word ghazi refers to a. the tax that non-Muslims paid in Islamic countries. b. Islamic merchants with protected social status in Ottoman society. c. the law codes of Suleyman. d. Muslim religious warriors. e. Akbar’s universal religion. (p. 754) 6. What did the poet Ahmadi indicate was “the instrument of the religion of Allah”? a. Ottoman b. Safavid c. Mughal d. sultan e. ghazi (p. 754) 147
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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 (p. 754) 8. The Ottoman institution that provided Balkan slaves for the formation of the Janissaries was the a. jizya. b. devshirme. c. dhimmi. d. sharia. e. millet. (p. 755) 9. The Ottoman ruler who captured Constantinople was a. Babur. b. Suleyman the Magnificent. c. Selim the Grim. d. Osman Bey. e. Mehmed II. (p. 755) 10. The Ottoman ruler Selim the Grim captured a. Constantinople and Otranto. b. Isfahan and Delhi. c. Greece and Italy. d. Egypt and Syria. e. Turkey and Persia. (p. 756) 11. Suleyman the Magnificent won his greatest victory and killed the king of Hungary at the battle of a. Vienna. b. Mohács. c. Belgrade. d. Chaldiran. e. Otranto. (p. 756) 12. Khayr al-Din Barbarossa Pasha was a. the architect who helped Suleyman rebuild Istanbul. b. the founder of the Safavid dynasty. c. the slave who helped Suleyman create his famed law codes. d. the greatest Ottoman poet. e. the admiral who carried Ottoman naval power into the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean. (p. 756) 13. The diplomat Ogier Ghislain de Busbecq wrote with both admiration and fear of the a. Mughals. b. French. c. Safavids. d. Qing. e. Ottomans. (p. 757) 148
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14. The Islamic leader who converted to Twelver Shiism was a. Zahir al-Din Muhammad. b. Akbar. c. Selim the Grim. d. Shah Ismail. e. Shah Abbas. (p. 758) 15. Central to the belief of Twelver Shiism was the idea that a. any true believer could be the leader of the Islamic world. b. the twelfth infallible imam was still alive and would return to spread his faith.
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