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8. How did Europeans commonly react to African slaves' syncretic religions, such as Santeria and Vodou? a. They encouraged these religions.b. They turned a blind eye to these religions.c. They often participated in these religions.d. They considered these religions to be satanic witchcraft and tried to suppress them.Incorrect. The correct answer is d. Syncretic, or blended, religions—formed from elements of Christianity and elements of West African religious practices, such as animal sacrifice and ritual dancing—appeared to Europeans as sorcery or even devil worship, and they strictly forbade their slaves to participate in them. (See pages 472 and 473 if you
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Chapter 16 “Ways of the World” Online Test9. How were individual merchants, wandering Muslim holy men, and scholars able to spread Islam further throughout Africa, Asia, and even the Americas during the early modern era?
you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History; see page 733 if you are using Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.) 10 of 2010. Which of the following best describes the state created by Abd al-Wahhab and Muhammad Ibn Saud in the 1740s?
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