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What was the state of the Mughal dynasty at the outset of the reign of Aurangzeb? Select one: a. Affairs of state had taken precedence over military issues due to the demands of the bureaucracy. b. The Mughal bureaucracy remained efficient and effective, but the military had e
11/2/2019 AP World History Chapter 21 Multiple Choice Flashcards | Quizlet 12/36 lapsed into technological conservatism. c. The status of women in the Mughal empire was higher than at the beginning of the dynasty. d. Although the cultural level of the empire had declined, the administrative reforms of Shah Jahan renewed the spirit of the empire. e. The Mughal bureaucracy was bloated and corrupt, the army was backward in weaponry and tactics, and the peasants and artisans had seen living standards fall. What led to the rapid demise of the Safavid empire? Select one: a. The successful conquest of the Ottoman Empire overextended the Safavid resources, so that the central government became increasingly inefficient. b. The threat of Mongol conquest destabilized the government, which led to a revolt of the e
11/2/2019 AP World History Chapter 21 Multiple Choice Flashcards | Quizlet Janissaries. c. The Safavid defeat at the battle of Panipat at the hands of a Russian army stripped the empire of its military forces just as pressure from outside enemies increased. d. The collapse of the Safavid economy in the 18th century diminished the revenues of the empire to the point that the central government could no longer function. e. Like the Ottoman Empire, the lack of a principle of succession led Abbas the Great to eliminate all capable rivals, leaving no capable ruler following his death. Which of the following statements concerning the economy of the Mughal empire is most accurate? Select one:
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11/2/2019 AP World History Chapter 21 Multiple Choice Flashcards | Quizlet 14/36 products. c. European traders brought products from throughout Asia to exchange for the subcontinent's famed cotton textiles. d. Unlike the other Muslim empires, the Mughals successfully banned European merchants from their markets. e. The Mughal empire produced nothing of value to the West, but served as a conduit of products from southeastern Asia much in demand among the Europeans. In what way were the artisans of Constantinople similar to their counterparts in the West? Select one:
11/2/2019 AP World History Chapter 21 Multiple Choice Flashcards | Quizlet 15/36 artisans.

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