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1. Islam has used prideful domination to force their religion on people. False True 2. According to Ephesians 2:8-9, which word combination best describes salvation? faith...gift wishful...dream lucky...guess many...works 3. The Fall has brought about human domination which has often resulted in class systems. True False 4. In God’s eyes, all of the Crusades could have been considered a success since a “Christian” force fought a Muslim force. False True 5. The greatest change somebody can encounter is for another country to conquer him. False True 6. The area around Palestine and Israel is referred to by Christians, Jews, and Muslims as which of the following? (5 points) the Holy Land the state of Palestine the state of Israel the Crossroads 7. Which of the following best describes the significance of hajj for Muslims? (5 points) It serves as a test of whether their faith can endure hardship. It is a way to honor the pilgrimage their founder made. It is a way to make sure all food is prepared properly. It serves as a day of rest and worship. 8. How did Muslim conquerors usually treat Christians and Jews in the lands they conquered? (5 points) The Muslims accepted Christians and Jews as their equals. The Muslims forced Christians and Jews to convert. The Muslims killed most of the Christians and Jews. The Muslims let Christians and Jews practice their faiths. 9. Which belief is shared by Jews, Christians, and Muslims? (5 points) People should rest one day a week. Painting pictures of God is wrong. Alcohol should be avoided. The faith has only one human leader. 10. The image below is from the Spanish city of Cordoba. Use the image to answer the following question: © 2012 Thinkstock Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from the existence of this type of art in Spain today? (5 points) Christianity was outlawed in Spain. The Western Roman Empire was entirely Islamic. Spanish Christians rejected Islamic influence. At one point Spain was part of the Islamic world. 11. The image is a painting of Tarik, an instrumental figure in introducing Islam to Spain. Use the image to answer the following question: Public Domain Based on this image, which of the following conclusions can be drawn about the spread of Islam to Spain? (5 points) Muslim leaders were faced with little resistance when they brought Islam to the region. Muslim leaders gave Spanish citizens positions of great honor in the military. Muslim leaders used military force to take over parts of Spain and introduce Islam. Muslim leaders and Spanish citizens exchanged cultural practices as a result of trade in the region. 12. The following map shows the spread of Islam from 632 AD (CE) through 1000 AD (CE). Use the map to answer the following question: 0109_g5_q1.gif © 2012 The Exploration Company Which of the following could be done within an Islamic land in 662 AD (CE) that could not have been done within an Islamic land in 632 AD (CE)? (5 points) migrating from Mecca to Medina fishing on the Caspian seacoast worshipping in Constantinople herding sheep in Central Asia 13. The map below shows the expansion of Islam from 622 through 732 CE. Use the map to answer the following question: © 2012 Discovery Education What does the map indicate about the spread of Islam from 622 through 732 AD (CE)? (5 points) Islamic beliefs had spread far beyond the Arabian Peninsula by 732 AD (CE). Islamic beliefs were slow to spread into North Africa and Persia. Islamic beliefs had spread throughout most of Africa by 732 AD (CE). Islamic beliefs had not spread to Europe by 732 AD (CE). 14. In 1198 CE, Pope Innocent III gave the merchants of Venice, Italy, a license to trade with the Muslims of the Holy Land. What can be inferred from this fact? (5 points) The Crusades introduced Europeans to the wealth of the Muslim world. During this time, Europe was not entirely hostile to Muslims. The merchants risked being interfered with by Crusaders or pirates. Pope Innocent III was opposed to the continuation of the Crusades. 15. What was the primary effect of cultural exchange between Europe and the Islamic world? (5 points) European monarchs began to drive the Muslims out of Europe. Europeans learned from the Muslims to respect other religions. Muslim goods and knowledge led to some advancements in European society. European Christians and Jews adopted some of the religious views of Islam. 16. Which best describes the relationship between Muslims and Hindus in India? (5 points) Muslims and Hindus have been at war constantly since the 11th century. Muslims and Hindus have co-existed peacefully at times, but conflict has been more common and continues to this day. Muslims and Hindus have had religious differences, but it has never become violent. Muslims and Hindus have welcomed the exchange of religious and cultural ideas, resulting in a blended society. 17. Which of the following is true of the arrival of Islam in India? (5 points) Muslims faced violent resistance. Muslims introduced the horse to India. Islamic invaders were welcomed in India. Muslims converted to Hindu upon arrival to India. 18. The establishment of the university of Al-Azhar in Cairo, Egypt is an example of the (5 points) wasteful spending the Islamic empire poured into the arts. emphasis on the value of learning and knowledge in the Islamic empire. scholarly competition between Muslim and non-Muslim academics. Islamic empire's forceful attempt to convert non-Muslim scholars. 19. Muhammad said, "The ink of scholars is more precious than the blood of martyrs." What is one way this mantra reflected in Abbasid society? (5 points) The Abbasids translated great works of literature to advance Islamic knowledge. The Abbasids destroyed people and property in conquered areas to discourage dissent. The Abbasids devised a system of social classes to bolster the sense of community. The Abbasids forced non-Muslims to convert to Islam to enrich the culture. 20. Which of the following most directly contributed to the spread of the Muslim faith in the Islamic Empire? (5 points) the publishing of One Thousand and One Nights the founding of the House of Wisdom the construction of Baghdad as the capital city the levying of the jizya 21. Which of the following best describes the central reason for the division between Shi'a and Sunni Islam? (5 points) Sunni Muslims thought that there were too many pagan remnants in Islam. Sunni Muslims rejected the idea that blood should determine religious leadership. Shi'a Muslims wanted to center the religion around the city of Medina. Shi'a Muslims rejected the idea of expanding Islam. 22. The following text was written by a medieval Christian, St. Denis, about the Battle of Tours in 732 CE, at which the Frankish leader Charles Martel drove back Muslim invaders from Spain. Use the excerpt to answer the following question: The Muslims planned to go to Tours to destroy the Church of St. Martin, the city, and the whole country. Then came against them the glorious Prince Charles, at the head of his whole force. He drew up his host, and he fought as fiercely as the hungry wolf falls upon the stag. By the grace of Our Lord, he wrought a great slaughter upon the enemies of Christian faith, so that-as history bears witness-he slew in that battle 300,000 men, likewise their king by name Abderrahman. Then was he [Charles] first called "Martel," for as a hammer of iron, of steel, and of every other metal, even so he dashed: and smote in the battle all his enemies. And what was the greatest marvel of all, he only lost in that battle 1500 men. -Public Domain Which of the following provides evidence that this primary source might contain bias? (5 points) St. Denis refers to religious matters in his text. St. Denis did not personally witness the battle. St. Denis gives round numbers for battle deaths. St. Denis uses emotionally loaded language. 23. The following passage from the Muslim traveler Ibn Battuta's narrative of his travels. Use the passage to answer the following question: I passed through the jewellers' bazaar, and my eyes were dazzled by the varieties of precious stones that I beheld. They were displayed by beautiful slaves wearing rich garments with a waist-sash of silk, who stood in front of the merchants, exhibiting the jewels to the wives of the Turks, while the women were buying them in large quantities and trying to outdo one another. As a result of all this I witnessed a riot-may God preserve us from such! We went on into the ambergris and musk market, and witnessed another riot like it or worse. Public Domain Based on this description what can be deduced about Ibn Battuta? (5 points) He had strong opinions about the methods of bargaining. He was concerned about the corrupting influence of wealth. He was a keen observer of economic principles in action. He was reluctant to pass judgment on others. 24. Why was Constantinople called "New Rome"? (5 points) Constantine the Great built the city to resemble Rome, the center of the Western Roman Empire. The Christian Church and "Old Rome" leaders had moved to Constantinople. Constantinople was geographically close to Rome, the center of the Western Roman Empire. Constantine the Great did not recognize the existence of "Old Rome" and sought to re-invent it. 25. How did the establishment of "New Rome" contribute to the decline of the Roman Empire? (5 points) It split the empire into two separate halves. It led to civil war within the empire. It slowly drained the treasury. It created a larger, more expensive army. 26. How did the excommunication of Emperor Leo III affect the Roman Empire during the eighth century? (5 points) It was a major break in relations between the East and the West. It represented a victory for the iconoclasts. It led to a truce between iconoclasts and anti-iconoclasts. It led to an overthrow of the Western Roman Empire. 27. Use the image of Nikephoros I holding up an icon and standing on Patriarch John VII of Constantinople to answer the following question: Public Domain Based on the image, which of the following conclusions can be drawn about the iconoclastic controversy? (5 points) The dispute about the use of icons was a dispute between the Western Church and the Eastern Church only. The dispute about the use of icons was mostly a trivial matter that concerned only intellectuals and had no real consequences. The dispute about the use of icons caused divisions within the Western Church. The dispute about the use of icons caused divisions within the Eastern Church. 28. Who was John of Damascus? (5 points) a monk who defended the use of icons a chief advisor to Emperor Constantine a translator of the Bible into modern Russian an early Christian bishop 29. Read the description of Justinian from Procopius. Use the excerpt to answer the following question: How could anyone put Justinian's ways into words? These and many even worse vices were disclosed in him as in no other mortal: nature seemed to have taken the wickedness of all other men combined and planted it in this man's soul. And besides this, he was too prone to listen to accusations; and too quick to punish. For he decided such cases without full examination, naming the punishment when he had heard only the accuser's side of the matter. Without hesitation he wrote decrees for the plundering of countries, sacking of cities, and slavery of whole nations, for no cause whatever. So that if one wished to take all the calamities which had befallen the Romans before this time and weigh them against his crimes, I think it would be found that more men had been murdered by this single man than in all previous history. -Public Domain Based on this excerpt, what can be deduced about the reputation of Justinian? (5 points) The reputation of Justinian as a plunderer was shared by most in his time. Justinian's careful decisions made him many enemies during his time. Justinian had a reputation of being a careful military strategist but a brutal conqueror. The reputation of Justinian as a strict follower of the law was not shared by all contemporaries. 30. Which statement describes a point of continuity between the Roman and Byzantine empires? (5 points) Both empires originated in Western Europe. Both empires considered the emperor the ultimate religious authority. Both empires required all citizens to be fluent in Latin. Both empires shared similar laws and traditions. 31. Which of the following statements about the idea of combining secular government with religious authority in the Roman and Byzantine Empires is true? (5 points) Unlike the Roman era, in the era of Constantine the Great the patriarch and the emperor ruled jointly. Constantine's efforts to rule in church affairs within the Byzantine Empire marked a change in the relationship between the church and government. The pope was a political force in the late Roman Empire, but not in the early Byzantine Empire. As the Byzantine Empire matured, the pope replaced the Roman emperor as the highest power. 32. Which of the following is true of Justinian's legal code? (5 points) It formed the basis of much of medieval European law. It called for the separation of Church and State. It set up a system of trial by jury for crimes. It banned the practice of slavery. 33. Which of the following does not represent a major cultural contribution of the Byzantine Empire? (5 points) the end of a class-based society the use of mosaics to decorate walls and floors the copying of ancient Greek and Roman texts the writing of Byzantine war histories 34. Which of the following was the reason Justinian I was unsuccessful in regaining the former provinces of the Western Roman Empire? (5 points) the Ostrogoths successful capture of the city of Constantinople a weak military due to unskilled leadership in the Byzantine Empire the Ostrogoths successful recapture of the city of Rome financial problems caused by unrestrained spending in the Byzantine Empire 35. Which of the following did not contribute to the collapse of the Western Roman Empire? (5 points) economic collapse barbarian invasions pagan idol worship political disintegration 36. The following map shows the Byzantine Empire in 565 AD (CE), 1020 AD (CE), and 1360 AD (CE). Use the map to answer the following question: 0109_g20_q2.gif © 2012 The Exploration Company At its height, the Byzantine Empire controlled which of the following waterways? (5 points) the Atlantic Ocean the Northern Sea the Mediterranean Sea the Dnieper River 37. The following map shows the Byzantine Empire in 565 AD (CE), 1020 AD (CE), and 1360 AD (CE). Use the map to answer the following question: 0109_g20_q6.gif © 2012 The Exploration Company Which of the following cities did the Byzantine Empire not control during its height? (5 points) Babylon Rome Milan Cordoba 38. In what way did the Christian Crusades contribute to the decline of the Byzantine Empire? (5 points) The Byzantine army lost many of its leading knights when they left to fight in the Crusades. Nations that were not joining the Crusades attacked Byzantium when it was occupied in the east. Latin Crusaders turned against the Byzantines, leading to the loss of much territory. Financing the Crusades proved to be an impossible burden for the Byzantine treasury. 39. Which of the following best describes the internal political turmoil that contributed to the decline of the Byzantine Empire? (5 points) A group of wealthy landowners attempted to control the military. Siblings within the imperial family fought over which one was the true emperor. Church leaders fought with the emperors over who ruled the Empire. A group of peasants banded together in an attempt to overthrow the imperial family and become the ruling class. 40. Which of the following is an example of the blending of Byzantine and Ottoman culture following the rise of the Ottoman Turks? (5 points) The Ottomans encouraged Christians to continue practicing their faith in the conquered lands. The Ottomans converted the Hagia Sophia church into a grand Mosque. The Ottoman Sultan was also made the head of the Orthodox Church. The Ottomans refused to make Islam the established religion for the Empire 41. Which of the following occurred under the reign of Süleyman I of the Ottoman Empire? (5 points) European Christians were forced to convert to Islam. The Ottomans conquered Persia and expanded eastward into Central Asia. Constaninople was conquered allowing Islamic armies to enter Eastern Europe. Belgrade and Hungary became part of the Ottoman Empire.
nope not at all
did you do it before ?
are you in k12?
if so what unit is this test is this ?
its 1.09 world history exam for the virtual school
no ? okay