1. By 600 C.E., which of the following world regions had experienced the most extensive
a. Western Europe
b. Eastern Mediterranean
2. Inca and Aztec societies were similar in that both
a. Developed from Mayan civi
1. Which of the following African countries continued to have a sizeable segment of the
population with European ancestry in the 1990s?
e. South Africa
2. Which of the following best helps explain why the technolog
1. Most world historians would agree that the key to European predominance in the world
economy during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was
a. The Industrial Revolution
b. European medical technology
c. Spanish control of New World silver
1. The founder of Buddhism developed a religion centered on
a. Belief in heaven
b. Regulation of social interactions
c. Support of the caste system
d. Elimination of desire and suffering
2. Spain and Portugal signed the Treaty of Tordesillas
1. Prior to 1000 C.E., Southeast Asia was most influenced by which of the following?
a. India and China
b. China and Japan
c. Korea and Japan
d. Australia and Polynesia
e. The Swahili states and the Ottoman Empire
2. The tenth-century structure in Cordoba
1. Which of the following ideas was given to Muslims on the authority of the Quran?
a. All earthly existence is merely an illusion.
b. Muhammad is God.
c. The soul may be reborn in another earthly form after the death of the individual.
d. Moses and Jesus
A. Cash crop economics
B. Class systems based on birth and skin color
C. Ethnic and racial diversity
1. Which title would be most appropriate for this list of characteristics?
a. Effects of Feudalism on Medieval Europe
b. Causes of the Korean War
1. A similarity of the rule of the ancient Mongols and the ancient Greeks is that both
a. Destroyed the civilizations they defeated
b. Remained isolated and peaceful for centuries
c. Protected the human rights of the peoples they controlled
1. Which of the following backed the assertion that the Warsaw Pact had the right to
intervene in the domestic affairs of socialist countries?
a. The Brezhnev Doctrine
b. The Sinatra Doctrine
c. The Moscow Doctrine
d. The Khrushchev Doctrine
e. The Prague
1. What was a major difference between the Red Guards of the 1960s and the Tiananmen
Square protesters of the 1980s?
a. The latter resulted from the Sino-Soviet split while the former did not
b. The former were more critical of Mao Zedong than the latter