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  1. which of the following was the major feature of the Neolithis revolution in the middle east?
    A. an increase in the use of bronze tools
    B. a decline in the total population of the area
    C. an increase in the amount of forested land
    D. the spread of a migratory way of life
    E. the establishment of sedentary village communities
    E.The establishment of edentary village communities
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. judaism is based on the belief in
    A. a covenant between god and hebrew people
    B. a rejection of this world and it's cares
    C. nature as life force in an orderly and just universe
    D. eternal punishment for nonbelievers
    E. faith alone with few rituals or rules of behavior
    A. a covenant between god and the hebrew people
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. the founder of buddhism developed a religion centered on
    A. belief in heaven
    B. elimination of desire and suffering
    C. regulation of social interaction
    D. monotheism
    E. support of the caste system
    B.elimination of desire and suffering
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. the spread of bantu-speaking peoples over southern africa can be best explained by their
    A. use of cavalry
    B. conversion to islam
    C. knowledge of agriculture
    D. centralized political systems
    E. superior naval technology
    C. knowledge of agriculture
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  5. which of the following is a key philosophical and religious element of daosim
    A. precedence of duty to ones family over all other obligations
    B. belief in the mandate of heaven
    C. emphasis on harmony between humanity and nature
    D. respect for ones ancestors as critical to proper behavior
    E. unquestioning obedience to the ruler
    C.emphasis on harmony between humanity and nature
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. the chinese concept of "Mandate of heaven was sometimes used to justify
    A. widow immolation
    B. reincarnation
    C. monogamy
    D. rebellion
    E. foot binding
    D. rebellion
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  7. which of the following is not true of the paleolithic era?
    A. paleolithis people used stone rather than metal tools
    B.the first writing system developed in this period of human history
    C. paleolithis people eveloped rituals to help them deal with human existence
    D. paleolithic people made a living by gathering and hunting, rather than producing food
    B.the first writing system developed in this period of human history
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. all except which of the following was a common feature of early gathering and hunting societies?
    A. they were small consisting of bands of 21-50
    B. they were seasonally mobile or nomadic
    C. they had clearly defined socials hierarchies
    D. relationships between women and men were far more equal than in later societies
    C.they had clearly defined social hierarchies
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  9. in which of the following ways did paleolithic people purposely alter the natural environment
    A. they deliberately set fire to encourage the growth of particular plants
    B. they built walls to protect themselves from wild animals and their neighbors
    C. they tamed and kept certain species of animals fro their meath and wool
    D. they cleared feilds and planted simple crops
    A.they deliberatly set fire to encourage the growth of particular plants
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  10. in which environment is it most likely that a paleolithic society would have been able to settle down permanently in villages while continuing to live from gathering and hunting
    A. on the edge of the desert where enemies would be more likely to leave them alone
    B. near the sea, because the sea provided a permanent fod supply
    C. in the mountains, where caves were available for storage and shelter
    D. in the forest region, because of the presence of large mammals
    B. near the sea because the sea provided a permanent food supply
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. about 12000 years ago a new global pattern of human life started to unfold as humankind began
    A. to migrate and settle ourside of africa
    B. tame and breed wild animals
    C. deliberately to cultivate plants
    D. both b and c
    D.both b and c
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. agriculture developed separately and independently in
    A. australia
    B. india
    C. sub-saharan africa
    D. europe
    C. sub-saharan africa
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. which of the following was not a challenge to the establishment of agriculture in the americas as compared to the afro-eurasion world?
    A. the lack of large mammals suitable for domestication
    B. the lack of other crops with which to supplement a diet of maize
    C. the north/south orientation of the americas
    D. the lack of rich cereal grains to domesticate
    B. the lack of other crops with which to supplement a diet of maize
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. early agricultural people
    A. had more leisure time than their gatherer- hunder counterparts
    B. didn't suffer from famines
    C. suffered from deadly diseases caught from domesticated animals
    D. uniformly enjoyed a greater life expectancy than gatherer-hunters
    C. suffered from deadly diseases caught from domesticated animals
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  15. the agricultural revolution sesulted in
    a. the growing power of humans over many other species of plants and animals
    b. greater socials distinctions between people than before
    c. and unprecedent increase in the human population
    d. all of the above
    D.all of the above
  16. diffusion
    a. refers to the taming and changing of plants and animals by humans
    b. refers to the securing of more food and resources from a smaller area of land
    c. refers to the gradual sread of the techniques of agriculture and perhaps the plants and animals themselves, without the extensive movement of agricultural people
    D.refers to the gradual spread of the techniques of agriculture and perhaps the plants and animals themselves withough the extensive movement of agricultural people
  17. domestication
    A. refers to the gradual spread of the techniques of agriculture, and perhaps the plants and animals themselves, without the extensive movement of agricultural people
    B. refers to the securing of more food and resources from a smaller area of land than was possible with a gathering and hunting technology
    C. refers to the slow colonization of new lands by agricultural peoples as growing propulations and pressures to expand pushed them outward
    D. refers to the taming and changing of plants and animals by humans
    D. refers to the taming and changing of plants and animals by humans
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. which of the following cannoth be defined as a first civilization
    A. Sumerian
    B. Hittite
    C. norte chico
    D. egyptian
    B. hittite
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  19. which of the following is necessary for a society to be defined as a "civillization" in the traditional scholarly sense?
    A. citites
    B. a written language
    C. grain- based barming
    D. defensive walls
    A. cities
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. probably the least developed of the methods of writing developed in the first civilizations in terms of ability to express all human thought, this writing system consisted of a complex system of knotted cords that recorded mostly numerical data but may also have been used to record words and ideas
    A. cuneiform
    B. hieroglyphs
    C. indus valley script
    D. quipus
    D. quipus
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  21. this first civilization was above all shaped by the single river that flowed through it and that flooded predictable every year to fertilization and bring water to the fields
    A. Egypt
    B. mesopotamia
    C. norte chico
    D. the indus valley
    A.egypt
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  22. menay scholars believe that this early civilization developed a negative view of life and the agterlife because of its harsh physical setting
    a. egypt
    b. the indus valley
    d. Mesopotamia
    D. mesopotamia
  23. all exept which of the following statements is true about ancient sumer?
    A. sumer was ruled by a single monarch or emperor who had authority over subkings in each city-state
    B. sumer consisted of about a dozen independent city-states that repeatedly fought each other
    C. deforestation and soil erosion gradually caused an environmental catastrophe in sumer
    D. about 80 percent of the sumerian population lived in a city-state making sumer the most highly urbanized of all ancient civilizations
    A. sumer was ruled by a single monarch of emperor who had authority over subkings in each city- state
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. which of the following cultural traditions did not develop in china during the "age of warring states"
    A. daoism
    B. buddhism
    C. confucianism
    D. legalism
    B.buddhism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. which of the following statements is the best definition of the chinese philosophy known as legalism
    A. legalist believed that social harmony could be created and maintained by clearly spelling out laws and strictly enforcing them through rewards and punishments
    B. legalists believed that the way to create socials harmony was by strict adherence to moral "laws" that people would be taught to obey voluntarily
    C. legalists believed that the laws of china were handed down from heaven and that divine forces would destroy thoses who did not follow them
    D. legalists believed that the best way to provide social harmoney was by creating a wide popular consensus to legislate and enforce laws
    A. legalist believed that social harmony could be created and maintained by clearly spelling out laws and strictly enforcing them through rewards and punishments
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  26. confucius believed that it was possible to restore socials harmony in all except which of the following ways
    A. people should meditate on nature as the key means to restore their sense of balance with the world
    B. superiors should provide a god moral example to their inferiors
    C. elities should recieve a broad liberal arts eduaction as the key to moral essential ingredient of a peaceful society
    A. people should beditate on nature as the key means to restore their sense of balance with the world
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  27. all except which of the following religions foretells a savior figure who will restore either individuals of the world itself to purity and peace
    A. daoism
    B. Zoroastrianism
    C. judaism
    D. christianity
    A. daoism
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  28. which of the following is not one of the three c's around which this class is organized
    A. challenges
    B. connections
    C. comparison
    D. changes
    A. challenges
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  29. which of the folowing statements about early cities is true
    a. by gathering many people together in a small area, they encouraged coorgeration and democratic procedures to get things done
    b. they encouraged inequality and class distictions: some citizens were able to acquire more wealth and status than others
    c. they were administrative and religious centers, but most manufaturing took place in the countryside instead of in cities
    d. because poeple lived closer together, society tended to get more personal and people adhered more closely to kinship ties for their won protection
    they encouraged inequality and class distinctions: some citizens were able to acquire more wealth and status than others
  30. which of the following contributed significantly to the fall of both the western roman and han empires?
    A. the destruction of overland trage routes
    B. irrigularities in the flow of the silver trade
    C. new military technologies
    D. invasions by borderland peoples
    D. invasions by borderland peoples
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. the sixth-century C.E. buddhist statue complex shown above, found in china is and example of
    A. reverence for ancestors
    B. the wealth an dpower of the emperor
    C. cross-cultural interaction
    D. religious conflict
    C. cross-cultural interaction
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  32. which of the following describes a major effect of the bantu migrations?
    A. the introduction of banana cultivation in east africa
    B. the success of hunter- foraging in sub-saharan africa
    C. the diffusion of iron metallurgy in sub-saharan africa
    D. the spread of islam across sub-saharan africa
    C. the diffusion of iron metallurgy in sub-saharan africa
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. inca and aztec societies were similar in that both
    A. acquired empires by means of military conquest
    B. depended entirely on oral record keeping
    C. developed from maya civilization
    D. independently developed iron technology
    A. Acquired empires by means of military conquest
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. between 200 B.C.E and 200 C.E. the silk roads facilitated commodity trade between which of the following pairs of empires
    A. the mali and byzantine
    B. the han and spanish
    C. the roman and incan
    D. the roman and han
    D. the roman and han
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. the development and spread of christianity and buddhism before 600 C.E. had all of the following in common except
    A. the founders of both presented themselves as divine
    B. bother were outgrowths of other religions
    C. both were aided in their spread by existing trade networks
    D. both developed monastic orders open to women
    C. both were aided in their spread by existing trade networks
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. before 600 C.E large centralized empires such as the han, persian, and roman empires extended their military power by
    A. giving more political power to the common people in conquered territories, thus eliminating the need for large armies of occupation
    B. developing supply lines and building infrastructure, including defensive walls and roads
    C. recruiting their armies entirely from inhabitants of their core territories and excluding members of newly conquered lands
    D. creating open societies inclusive of different religious and cultural practices, thus decreasing the chance of revolts
    B. developing supply lines and building infrastructure, including defensive walls and roads
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. which of the following is a major difference between the social structures of china and india between 600 B.C.E and 600 C.E?
    A. slaves did most of the agricultural work on large indian estates
    B. merchants had the highest social status in india
    C. confucian social hierarchy privileged government officials
    D. confucianism emphasized spiritual advancement for people who faithfully performed their social duties
    C. confucian social hierarchy privileged government officials
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  38. befor 600 C.E all of the following were part of the confucian social order exept
    A. respect for the old
    B. marital fidelity by husbands
    C. filial obedience to ones father
    D. loyalty to the ruler
    B. marital fidelity by husbands
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. the political culture of classical greek civilization was different from that of persia because
    A. unlike percia, no idea of citizenship eveloped in greece
    B. only ther persian empire offered equality for all citizens before the law
    C. only greek civilization experimented with the idea of free people running the affairs of state
    D. greek civilization allowed for the limited participation of women in public assemblies
    A. only greek civilization experimented with the idea of free people running the affairs of state
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. the failed persian invasions of greece in 490 and 480 B.C.E. resulted in
    A. the collapse of the persian empire
    B. the emergence of a golden age of culture and democracy in athens
    C. the unification of greece under a single ruler
    d. all of the above
    A. the collapse of the persian empire
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  41. the creation of an empire threatened republican government in rome
    A. because to many citizen soldiers grew rich from war and settled down to farm, weakening the army
    B. because the grant of full political rights to all conquered peoples made republican government too combersome and inefficient
    C. because the opportunities available to por freemen in the empire drained rome and the countryside around the capital of essential labor
    D. because it empowered a small group of military leaders whose fierce rivalries brought civil war to rome
    D. because it empowered a small group of military leaders whose fierce rivalries brought civil war to rome
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  42. althought the classical roman and chinese empires were similar in many ways, which of the following was an important difference
    A. only chinese emperors invoked supernatural sanctions to support their rule
    B. only the roman empire absorbed a foreign religious tradition
    C. only the romans committed resources to building roads, bridges, and canals to integrate their domains militarily and ommercially
    D. because of earlier precedents, the chinese process of empire- formation occured over a much shorter periof than the centuries-long roman effort
    D. because of earlier precedents, the chinese process of empire- formation occurred over a much shorter periof than the centuries-long roman effort
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. in comparison to china, northern india
    A. lacked a distinctive religious tradition
    B. was more politically centralized
    C. possessed less cultural diversity
    D. possessed a unique social organization, the caste sytem
    D. possessed a unique social organization, the caste system
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. which of the following is a cultural achievement of the maya
    a. creation of an elaborate writing system that included both pictographs and phonetic or syllabic elements
    b. A mathematical system that included the concept of zero and place notation
    c. creation of elaborate public spaces, including tmeples, pyramids, and palaces
    d. all of the above
    d. all of the above
  45. which of the following is not true of slavery in classical china
    A. a relatively large percentage, perhaps as much as one third of the total population were slaves
    B. impoverished or indebted peasants might sell their children into slavery
    C. slaves never became a major source of labor for agriculture of manufacturing
    D. convicted criminals and their families were among the earliest slaves in han dynasty china
    A. A relatively large percentage perhaps as much as one third of total population were slaves
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. jesus, of nazareth was put to death by the romans because
    A. he called for neros defeat
    B. he preached the good news
    C. he preached love to your enemies
    D. he preached a kingdom of god
    D. he preached a kingdom of god
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  47. cyrus the great created the first empire of
    A. macedonia
    B. greece
    C. persia
    D. rome
    C. persia
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. slavery in athens
    A. did not involve children
    B. went hand in hand with democracy
    C. was based on race
    D. did no involve publicly owned slaves
    B. went hand in hand with democracy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  49. sparta's political leaders were referred to as
    A. consuls
    B. tribunes
    C. councils of elders
    D. patricans
    C. council of elders
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  50. Darius I sought revenge against the athenians for their support of the
    A. minoans
    B. spartans
    C. ionians
    D. persians
    C. ionians
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. darious I was defeated in 490 bce at
    A. the battle of Marathon
    B. the battle of sardis
    C. the battle of Thermopylae
    D. the battle of salamis
    A. the battle of Marathon
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  52. rome became a republic after defeating
    A. the etruscans
    B. carthage
    C. the persians
    D. the latins
    A. the etruscans
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  53. before 494 bce the roman republic was dominated by
    A. consuls
    B. plebians
    C. patricians
    D. tribunes
    C. patricians
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  54. between 264-146 bce, the roman republic gained control over the mediterranean by defeating
    A. the persians
    B. the etruscans
    C. carthage
    D. the latins
    C. Carthage
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  55. cleopatra bore sons to both
    a. octavian and mark antony
    b. Lepidus and Mark antony
    c. julius caesar and alexander the great
    d. julius caesar and mark antony
    D julius caesar and mark antony
  56. cleopatra was the last pharaoh of classical egypt, but her family was from
    A. athens
    B. persia
    C. macedonia
    D. rome
    C. Macedonia
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  57. caesar committed treason when he
    A. conquered gaul
    B. formed the first triumvirate with pompey and crassus
    C. annexed egypt
    D. crossed the rubican river with his troops
    D. crossed the rubicon river with his troops
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  58. the roman propaganda could best been seen in
    A. roman coins
    B. roman scientific advancements
    C. the use of the latin language
    D. roman aqueducts
    A. roman coins
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  59. the roman empire looked much like alexander the greats greek empire when it came to their
    A. liberal assimilations policies
    B. persecution of christians
    C. insistence on the use of latin language
    D. limits on citizenship
    A. liberal assimilation policies
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  60. greece was easily conquered by macedonia for all of the following except
    A. a plague had recently swept through
    B. the greeks were hoping to unification
    C. the greek city states were unwilling to cooperate with eachother
    D. the greek city states were exhausted from fighting
    B. the greeks were hoping for unification
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  61. alexander the great declared tha the was the sone of
    A. ahura mazda
    B. apollo
    C. zeus
    D. poseidon
    C. Zeus
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  62. like xerxis, alexander the great crossed the hellespont, but while xerxes offended the greeks during his crossing alexander did better by paying homage to the god
    A. ahura mazda
    B. zeus
    C. apollo
    D. poseidon
    D. poseidon
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  63. christianity became an acceptable religion under the emperor
    A. diocletian
    B. caligula
    C. augustus
    D. constantine
    D. Constantine
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  64. the in the early 300s the capital of rome was moved to the old city of
    A. sardis
    B. byzantium
    C. persepolis
    D. alexandria
    B. Byzantium
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  65. which of the following ideas was given to muslims on the authroity of the Qur'an?
    A. all earthly existence is merely an illusian
    B. the soul may be reborn in another earthy form after the death of the individual
    C.muhammad is god
    D. the cow is a sacred animal and the eating of beef is therefore a sacrilegious and impure act
    E. moses and jesus were both great prophets sent by god for the benefit of humanity
    E. Moses and jesus were both great prphets sent by god for the benefit of humanity
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  66. prior to 1000 ce, southeast asia was most influenced by which of the following?
    a. india and china
    b. china and japan
    d. australia and polynesia
    e. the swahili states and the ottoman empire
    india and china
  67. which of the following did the mongol armies fail to conquer and why
    a. kievan russia, because the mongols were unable to endure the harsh russian winters
    b. the abbasid caliphate because the defenders flooded the mesopotamian plains and made them impossibel for the mongol cavalry
    c. central asia because of the effective diplomacy of timour and his successors
    d. central asia because of the effective diplomacy of timur and his successors
    d. the southern song empire because of it's superior resources from earlier industrial and commercial revolution
    e. japan because severe storms aided the experienced japanese naval forces
    e. japan because severe storms aided the experienced japanese naval forces
  68. which of the following governments filled positions in the bureaucracy by means of merit examinations
    A. the byzantine empire
    B. feudal monarchies in western europe
    C. china under the tang
    D. the roman empire
    E. china under mao zedong
    C. china under the tang
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  69. from the founding of each religion christians and muslims shared a belief in
    A. the equality of men and women
    B. the principle of separation and of church and state
    C. the legal equality of men and women
    D. a single omnipotent deity
    D. a single omnipotent deity
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  70. which of the following accurately describes the mongol empires role in facilitating trans-eurasian trade
    A. it imposed mongol religious beliefs and practices on conquered peoples
    B. it reestablished the silk roads between east asia and europe
    C. it developed a sophisticated bureaucracy staffed by talented mongols
    D. it created a self- contained economic system by banning non- mongol merchant from its territories
    B. it reestablished the silk roads between east asia and europe
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  71. which of the following is among the reasons why tang and song dynasty china is regarded as a "golden age"?
    A. major artistic, literary, and scholarly advances, including the creation of neo-confucianism
    B. major voyages of exploration sponsored by the emperors giving the chinese access to a new range of trade goods and wealth
    C. the invention of new forms of weaponry that assured peace by giving china a new military advantage over its neighbors
    D. the development of democratic institutions that gave more people a say in government
    A. major artistic, literary, and scholarly advances, including the creation of neo-confucianism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  72. which of the following did not contribute to chinas economic revolution during the tang and song dynasties?
    A. a major increase in industrial production
    B. the import of large numbers of slaves to work in agriculture and industry
    C. sophisticated commercial networks that included paper money and letters of creadit
    D. a complex network of internal waterways that allowed cheep transportation
    B. the import of large numbers of slaves to work in agricultrue and industry
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  73. pre-modern japan never created an effective centralized and bureaucratic state comparable to that of china. which of the following is an accepted reason for that failure
    A. competing aristocratic families had real political power, providing a centrifugal pull against centralization
    B. the frequent threat of invasion by china put a premium on local defese
    C. frequent changes in dynasty destabilized the japanese monarchy
    D. the japanese emperor lost their ceremonial function to buddhist monks, thus decreason respect for the monarchy
    A. competing aristocratic families had real political power, providing a centrifugal pull gainst centralization
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  74. the most significant cultural legacy of the mongol empire was
    a. the spread through force conversion of the traditional mongol religion based on devotion to tengri
    b. the spread of the mongol language, which continues to flourish today in many places far from the mongol homeland
    c. a new structure of pastoral states that broke with the state building structures of their xiongnu and turic predecessors
    d. non of the above
    D. none of the above
  75. all except which of the following is among the pillars of islam
    A. generous giving to the needy
    B. respect for the divinely appointed authority
    C. regular prayer at specified times
    D. fasting during the month of ramadan
    B. respect for divinely appointed authority
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  76. which one of the following civilizations did not lose all or part of its territory to the arab empire
    A. persian
    B. egyptian
    C. chinese
    D. roman/byzantine
    C. chinese
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  77. why was the shia branch of islam formed
    A. a leadership crisis occurred causing division between the sunnis and the shiites, who believed that blood relations of muhammad should rule the islamic world
    B. its adherents believed that husayn, the son of ali was the messiah
    C. its adherents feared thats muslims in conquered lands were going native and abandoning islamic teachings
    D. the imam ali had a new revelation that expanded the teachings of islam
    A. a leadership crisis occurred causing division between the sunnis and the shiites who believed that blood relations of muhammad should rule the islamic world
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  78. in comparison to byzantium the latin west before 1000 C.E.
    A. was more politically unified
    B. had a christian church more firmly under the control of political authorities
    C. was more integrated into the silk roads
    D. possessed no citiy that could compare to the splendor of constantinople
    D. possessed no city that could compare to the splendor of constantinople
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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