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World History Unit 4 Test

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World History Unit 4 Test
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In what year did the peasant revolt against Er Shi take place?
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2.  Which of the following was most likely to happen if a Chinese ruler lost the Mandate of Heaven?
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3.  What is the most important text of Hinduism?
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4.  What is one reason why the Aryans are important to India's history?
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5.  For what purpose were Mayan pyramids used?
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During whose rule did China begin minting copper coins?
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How many years passed between the collapse of the Qin dynasty and the beginning of the Han dynasty?
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8.  How are Hinduism and India's caste system linked?
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9.  The belief that a universal force guides all things is central to what Chinese philosophy?
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10.  Wht did Qin emperor Shi Huangdi do to unite and control China in teh 200s B.C.?
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Which city-state is closest to the edge of the Mayan civilization?
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12.  Why is the Bhagavad Gita important in Indian history and culture?
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13.  What was the most important accomplishment of Chandragupta?
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14.  Which emperor established the first strong central government in China?
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15.  What was India's caste system and how did it develop? Think about: -what the caste system is and how it developed -how a person's caste is determined
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When did Liu Bang's son die?
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17.  What do Buddhist and Hindus have in common?
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18.  Why did early Chinese civilization develop free of may outside influences?
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19.  Which comes from ancient India?
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20.  Which ancient civilization was not located in South America?
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21.  Which of the following philosohies stressed the importance of proper conduct in society?
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Which two city-states were the farthest apart?
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23.  What geographic feature is common in Meso-America's tropical lowlands?
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What city-state is northwest of Piedras Negras?
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25.  What was the first dynasty of kings to establish rule in China?
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26.  What is the main goal of people who followed Buddhism as the Buddha taught it?
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27.  Why were the Olmec sometimes called the "mother culture" of Meso-America?
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28.  What did the Maya, Nazca, and Moche peoples all have in common?
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The people of which city-state would have had the shortest journey to the Gulf of Mexico?
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When did the Qin dynasty begin?
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31.  Why is India's climate generally warm?
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32.  Where did early Chinese civilization first develop?
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33.  What important contribution did ancient India make to math and science?
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34.  Which Chinese philosophy was also influential outside of China?
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35.  What was China's first dynasty?
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36.  What two crops were most important and widely grown in ancient America?
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Which is the southern-most Mayan city-state?
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38.  Why were the Aryans important to India's history?
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39.  Slash-and-burn agriculture was common among which ancient people?
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40.  In what way does the development of the Silk Roads illustrate the process of cultural diffusion?
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