11. All of the following are true of the Black Death EXCEPT (1 point)
A bubonic plague was the most common form of plague during the Black Death.
B infested black rats spread the bacterium of the Black Death.
C Spanish merchants from Madrid brought the plague to Europe from North Africa.
D the Black Death caused entire villages to simply disappear from history.
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14. Leonardo da Vinci was an excellent example of Renaissance Italy's social ideal because he (1 point)
A was a politician, and politicians were considered the pinnacle of human achievement.
B came from a wealthy family and greatly improved his family's status in society.
C wrote grand romantic poetry and insightful political treatises.
D was a painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, and mathematician.
15. __________ was the first Protestant faith. (1 point)
C Christian humanism
16. The __________ movement had a profound effect on education.
17. The publication of Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses (1 point)
A was immediately seen as a threat by local businesses.
B attacked the abuses in the sale of indulgences, beginning the Protestant Reformation.
C was largely ignored until decades after Luther's death.
D became the context for Angelicanism.
18. ___________ went to his grave believing he had discovered a westward passage to Asia, when in fact he had actually discovered the Americas. (1 point)
A Amerigo Vespucci
B John Cabot
C Christopher Columbus
D Alfonso de Albuquerque
19. The footbinding of Chinese women was (1 point)
A a way of punishing wives who were bad cooks.
B considered a status symbol in Qing society.
C a method used by landowners to keep female slaves from escaping.
D a custom imported from Europe by Marco Polo.
20. Originally, African slaves were brought to the Americas to supply labor for the (1 point)
A sugarcane plantations.
B rubber plantations.
C molasses industry.
D tobacco fields.
21. The Moluccas were known to Europeans as the (1 point
A Gold Coast.
B Middle Passage.
C Spice Islands.
D West Indies.
22. To Portuguese explorers, the southern coast of West Africa became known as the (1 point)
A Cape of Good Hope.
B land of salt.
C Gold Coast.
D Burning Land.
23. Who commanded the forces that destroyed the Aztec capital? (1 point)
A Francisco Pizarro
B Hernán Cortés
C Bernal Díaz
D Vasco Núñez de Balboa
24. What was the name for the journey of slaves from Africa to America? (1 point
A the Voyage of Sorrow
B the Bering Crossing
C the Africa-America Run
D the Middle Passage
25. James I of England believed in the divine right of kings, which is (1 point)
A the belief that a king was granted the wisdom of God upon ascending to the throne, and therefore was faultless.
B the concept that kings were equal to God, and therefore did not have to live by the laws of the Church.
C the theory that kings alone could know the mind of God, and therefore could determine the future through divination.
D the idea that kings receive their power from God and are responsible only to God.
26. What is absolutism? (1 point)
A the practice by monarchs of undergoing daily absolution to keep states free of the burden of sin
B the belief that all citizens within a state must conform to one religion
C an offshoot of Islam, in which it is believed that baptism absolves all past and future sins
D a system of government in which a ruler holds total power
27. Who led the Ming dynasty's naval voyages of exploration? (1 point)
A Hong Wu
B Kee Yo Zui
C Xiao He
D Zheng He
28. Recruited from the local Christian population in the Balkans, the janissaries were (1 point)
A a guerrilla army that sought to drive out the Ottoman Turks.
B religious zealots who sought to convert Muslims to Mohommadism.
C used to teach sports to the Fulton's children.
D converted to Islam and trained as foot soldiers or administrators to serve the sultan.
29. Under Shah Abbas, the Safavid dynasty (1 point)
A reached the high point of its glory.
B rapidly declined until it was too weak to fight off its many enemies.
C suffered an invasion by Moroccan peoples, who captured the capital of Isfahan.
D witnessed a relaxation of traditional religious beliefs.
30. Shah Jahan had the __________ built in Agra in memory of his wife. (1 point)
A Taj Mahal
31. The Constitutional Convention began as (1 point)
A a meeting to draft a declaration of independence from British rule.
B the result of a vote by the new Congress to adopt admendments that guaranteed certain freedoms.
C a meeting of delegates to revise the Articles of Confederation.
D a plan to divide up the lands of the thirteen colonies into states.
32. In Jean-Jacques Rousseau's concept of a social contract, (1 point)
A an entire society agrees to be governed by its general will.
B punishments are not exercises in brutality, and capital punishment is discarded.
C the government should not interfere in economic matters.
D women should be granted rights nearly equal to those of men.
33. Montesquieu's most lasting contribution to political thought was his
A analysis of the governmental system of checks and balances.
B identification of the natural laws that governed human society.
C theory that the government should interfere with religious matters.
D idea that punishments should be brutal to be effective.
34. The ideas of __________ can be found in the American Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. (1 point)
A Thomas Wilson
B John Calvin
C Miguel de Cervantes
D John Locke
35. What was the "Glorious Revolution"? (1 point)
A the agricultural revolution that improved food supplies in England.
B the battle between the Roundheads and the Cavaliers for control of England.
C the establishment of Protestantism as the English state religion.
D the invasion of England by William of Orange, which overthrew James II with almost no bloodshed.
36. The French National Assembly swore the Tennis Court Oath, which was (1 point)
A a promise to destroy all of the nation's tennis bracelets.
B a vow to continue to meet until they had produced a French constitution.
C an oath of loyalty to Jean Valjean, an outspoken lawyer that called for doing away with the relics of feudalism.
D a promise not to rest until all members of the clergy were tried and executed.
37. The term sans-culottes, meaning "without breeches," implied that the members of this political group were (1 point)
A women, because they wore skirts.
B very poor and could not afford pants.
C pacifists who did not use guns.
D ordinary patriots without fine clothes.
38. Napoleon's coup d'état overthrew the ___________ to establish his consulate. (1 point)
B city mayor
C British government
D Legislative Assembly
39. The most important of the seven legal codes established by Napoleon was (1 point)
A the Religious Code.
B the Food Code.
C the Merchant Code.
D the Civil Code.
40. Promotion within Napoleon's new bureaucracy was (1 point)
A based on height.
B given to those Napoleon favored, but taken away as soon as they fell out of favor.
C based on ability only, not rank or birth.
D designed to beneift the nobility and keep the middle class from obtaining high-ranking positions.