The basic tenets of jewish belief and practice

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AP WH Mid Term Exam Practice Test 3

17 .   Long distance contact in the Mediterranean lands was based on [ A ] horses . [ B
C ] the marathon runner . [
C ] camel caravans . [
D ] sailing . [
E ] the invention of the chariot .
18 .   Which of the following is not one of the reasons that the Assyrians were able to conquer vast territories ? [
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19 .   The basic tenets of Jewish belief and practice prohibit [
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20 .   Despite a complex story of migrations and invasions , the Phoenician economy flourished because of [
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21 .   One of the principal reasons that the Assyrian Empire was vulnerable to military assault was [
A ] the homogeneous ethnic makeup of the population . [
B ] unwise treaties with Persia . [
C ] the destruction of the Assyrian economy from within . [
D ] insufficient discipline over its subject peoples . [
E ] it s expensive military campaigns and arms race s
22 .   Cyrus and his father ruled their empire by following a practical approach of [
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23 .   King Darius , who was remembered as a lawgiver , created a central body of law . Under this system subject peoples in Persian territories were [
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24 .   To ensure good crops , Greek farmers relied entirely on [
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25 .   Coins were significant in all of the following ways except [
A ] they were used to pay the professional soldiers . [
B ] they allowed for easy record keeping . [
C ] they allowed easy exchange of goods and services . [
D ] they allowed for rapid transactions . [
E ] they allowed easy storage of wealth .
26 .   The Greek concept of democracy included political participation of [ A ]
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27 .   The result of the Persian Wars was [
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28 .   How does the Peloponnesian War reveal an inherent flaw in Greek society ? [
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29 .   When Alexander the Great died , his vast empire [
A ] was broken up into three Macedonian dynasties . [
B ] reverted to its former Persian rulers . [
C ] was conquered by Indians from the Indus River . [
D ] continued to be administered as a unified entity by his successors . [
E ] fragmented into many separate states . 30 . The Hellenistic Age refers to the [
A ] successful rule of Helen of Troy . [
B ] Macedonian Empire during Alexander ’s reign . [
C ] political and cultural influence of Greece over foreign subjects in North Africa and West Asia . [
D ] influence of Asian culture on Greece . [
E ] peaceful period within Greece itself .
30 .   The Hellenistic Age refers to the [
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31 .   One key to the Romans ’ success in winning the loyalty of all Italy was [
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32 .   Two protracted and bloody wars against the Carthaginians were important because [
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19. The basic tenets of Jewish belief and practice prohibit [A] gambling, money-lending, and begging. [B] facial hair, pastoralism, and mercantile trade. [C] alcohol consumption, meat eating, and violence. [D] murder, adultery, theft, and lying. [E] banking, trading, and travel.
20. Despite a complex story of migrations and invasions, the Phoenician economy flourished because of
21. One of the principal reasons that the Assyrian Empire was vulnerable to military assault was
22. Cyrus and his father ruled their empire by following a practical approach of
23. King Darius, who was remembered as a lawgiver, created a central body of law. Under this system subject peoples in Persian territories were [A] given even harsher laws than the Persians. [B] disenfranchised legally but had the power to elect officials. [C] still allowed to live under their own laws. [D] brought under a unified legal system. [E] punished for disobeying the imperial laws. 24. To ensure good crops, Greek farmers relied entirely on [A] fertile river valleys. [B] predictable yearly floods. [C] elaborate aqueducts. [D] irrigation and canal systems. [E] annual rainfall.
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26. The Greek concept of democracy included political participation of [A]

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