1. This Muslim holy building was constructed on the site of the Jewish Temple.
b. Dome of the Rock
c. Grand Mosque of Sanaa
d. Great Mosque of Crdoba
2. This was the dominant sect of Christianity in Syria, Persia, Iraq, and China.
1. Which of the following was the greatest of the Third-Wave civilizations, having a massive impact with
ripple effects across Afro-Eurasia?
c. The Abbasid Caliphate
2. This dynasty reunified China in 589 C.E. after ce
1. What is the proper chronological order of these civilizations?
a. Tiwanaku, Hopewell, Chavn
b. Mere, Cahokia, Axum
c. Hopewell, Tiwanaku, Cahokia
d. Axum, Mere, Nubia
2. The population of the world at the beginning of the Common Era was about
1. Which of the following statements is true of second-wave empires?
a. They imposed cultural uniformity on their subjects.
b. They stimulated the exchange of ideas and cultures.
c. They tended to coalesce peacefully among people who shared a common
Theme Political, Social
The Iroquois (Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca), also known as Iroquois of Five
Nations, are people who agreed to come together in peace to suppress the blood feuds and
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The Quran are recording of revelation from 610 and it became the sacred scriptures of Islam. It
is significant because the revelations in the Quran came in response to particular problems that
Theme the Economy
Pastoralism is a practice on living off of livestock because (for the main reason) of the poor
farming environment. This concept is significant in world history because it shows a survival
90. Silk Roads
Theme the Economy
The Silk Roads are the worlds most extensive and sustained networks of exchange. It is
significant because it linked pastoral and agricultural peoples as well as the large civilizations on
Theme Political, Culture
Meroe is a south from Egypt where Nubian civilization came to flourish when Egypt fell under
foreign control. The city of Meroe is significant because it continued the Nile Valley civilization
65. Scholarly Gentry
The term scholarly-gentry represents those large land-owning families that benefited both
from wealth that their estates generated and from the power and prestige that accompanied
their education and the
Legalism is a hardheaded and practical philosophy and an answer to the problem of Chinas
disorder. Legalism is significant because its techniques and practices played a role in subsequent