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They slaughtered citizens at will. Attila then demanded huge payments from the Roman Empire in exchange for not attacking again, and everyone started disappearing. 10. Who were shoguns? (p.9) A ruler that was passed from parent to child. 11. What large accomplishment is Shi Huangdi known for? (p.9) He is credited with building the Great Wall of the China, the largest human made structure in the world. 12. Name Queen Elizabeth’s TWO major achievements. (p.10-11) Defeated the Spanish Armada Established the Protestant Church of England 13. What did most kings and queens spend their country’s treasury on? (p.12-13) Jewels, decorative thrones, crowns of gold, and other luxuries. Some even bought huge palaces. 14. Who wore the most expensive burial gown? How much was it worth? (p.12) Artaxerxes II, it was worth more than five million dollars in today’s money. 15. Who built the Taj Mahal? Why? (p. 13) Shah Jahan of India built the Taj Mahal as a tomb for his cherished wife, Mumtaz Mahalin. 16. Describe crime & punishment in Babylon under Hammurabi. (p.14) The most common punishment was death for stealing, selling stolen goods, perjury (lying), looting, casting a spell or curse, and other crimes.
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Name: _Kalen Coble ____________ Date: ____________ Core: ______ TOC # _______ 17. Why did King Henry VIII kill two of his wives? (p.15) Their crime may have been that they didn’t produce a male heir. 18. What was the Inquisition? What occurred during it? (p.15) The Inquisition is subjects who chose otherwise often ended up dead, exiled, or in prison. During the 13th century Catholics slaughtered Muslims, Jews, and Protestants. 19. Who was Anna Anderson Manahan? What did she claim? How was she disproved? (p.16) She claimed to be Anastasia, her legal attempts ended when proof could not be found. She was someone who claimed she was someone else but really that was a lie. 20. Describe the rule of Queen Elizabeth II. Who really has power? (p. 16) She remains queen today, but her duties are mainly ceremonial. Real power lies with the prime minister and Parliament.
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