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Title: Greek Jeopardy


1
AP Final Exam Review 2 2010 600-1750 C.E.
Post-Classical Early Modern Eras
2
Terms
People
Geography
Government
Events
Trivia
100
100
100
100
100
100
200
200
200
200
200
200
300
300
300
300
300
300
400
400
400
400
400
400
500
500
500
500
500
500
3
People 100
  • The responsibilities of the samurai to the shogun
  • were individually based-not based on group
    loyalties
  • involved contractual relationships similar to
    feudal Europe.
  • ended with the shogunates fall in the 15th
    century.
  • created an honorable alternative to defeat or
    retreat.
  • sponsored centralized government in Japan.

4
People 200
  • Which of the following is true about the Mongol
    Empire?
  • It was the largest maritime empire in history.
  • It featured efficient administrators.
  • It didnt interfere with Islamic societies.
  • It forced Eurasian trade routes to move farther
    north.
  • It encouraged the opening up of trade relations
    between Russia and the West.

5
People 300
  • The statue on the left combines modern sculpture
    and ancient culture from __________
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • West Africa
  • India
  • Mexico

6
People 400
  • Compared to British colonial administrators,
    Spanish administrators
  • attempted to establish democracy for its
    colonies.
  • preferred to base its rule on rural areas instead
    of urban areas.
  • imported African slaves later than the British
    did.
  • was controlled more tightly by its European
    government.
  • did not have an administrative example to follow.

7
People 500
  • A commonality between the Maya and Gupta empires
    was
  • the construction of ceremonial pyramids.
  • the independent discovery of the value of zero as
    a place holder.
  • persistent pressure from invaders in frontier
    areas.
  • central political organization.
  • the knowledge that the earth is round.

8
People 100-Answer
  • The responsibilities of the samurai to the shogun
  • were individually based-not based on group
    loyalties
  • involved contractual relationships similar to
    feudal Europe.
  • ended with the shogunates fall in the 15th
    century.
  • created an honorable alternative to defeat or
    retreat. (thru sepuku group loyalties, not
    individual loyalties)
  • sponsored centralized government in Japan.

9
People 200-Answer
  • Which of the following is true about the Mongol
    Empire?
  • It was the largest maritime empire in history.
  • It featured efficient administrators.
  • It didnt interfere with Islamic societies.
  • It forced Eurasian trade routes to move farther
    north.
  • It encouraged the opening up of trade relations
    between Russia and the West.

10
People 300-Answer
  • The statue on the left combines modern sculpture
    and ancient culture from __________
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • West Africa
  • India
  • Mexico

11
People 400-Answer
  • Compared to British colonial administrators,
    Spanish administrators
  • attempted to establish democracy for its
    colonies.
  • preferred to base its rule on rural areas instead
    of urban areas.
  • imported African slaves later than the British
    did.
  • was controlled more tightly by its European
    government.
  • did not have an administrative example to follow.

12
People 500 - Answer
  • A commonality between the Maya and Gupta empires
    was
  • the construction of ceremonial pyramids.
  • the independent discovery of the value of zero as
    a place holder.
  • persistent pressure from invaders in frontier
    areas.
  • central political organization.
  • the knowledge that the earth is round.

13
Terms - 100
Mercantilism A. only affected empires in
Europe. B. made Europe wealthy in the
long-term. C. encouraged the importation of
foreign goods. D. supported free enterprise. E.
encouraged European competition.
14
Terms - 200
  • In Islamic empires, the millet system
  • was very effective in India.
  • encouraged cooperation between the Ottoman
    Empires different ethnic groups.
  • was a slave system.
  • violated religious freedom.
  • encouraged nationalism within the Ottoman Empire.

15
Terms - 300
  • In comparison to Japanese feudalism, Western
    European feudalism
  • allowed women to enter the feudal relationship
  • was not contractually based
  • established reciprocal relationships between
    vassals and their lords.
  • lasted for lengthy periods of time.
  • didnt create centralized governments

16
Terms - 400
The Bantu migration resulted in the syncretism of
2 languages Define syncretism Name the 2
languages
17
Terms - 500
The forced labor of natives to work in Spanish
mines during the 1500s was called the __________
system
18
Terms 100-Answer
Mercantilism A. only affected empires in
Europe. B. made Europe wealthy in the
long-term. C. encouraged the importation of
foreign goods. D. supported free enterprise. E.
encouraged European competition.
19
Terms 200-Answer
  • In Islamic empires, the millet system
  • was very effective in India.
  • encouraged cooperation between the Ottoman
    Empires different ethnic groups.
  • was a slave system.
  • violated religious freedom.
  • encouraged nationalism within the Ottoman Empire.

20
Terms 300-Answer
  • In comparison to Japanese feudalism, Western
    European feudalism
  • allowed women to enter the feudal relationship
  • was not contractually based
  • established reciprocal relationships between
    vassals and their lords.
  • lasted for lengthy periods of time.
  • didnt create centralized governments

21
Terms 400-Answer
syncretism the union or combining of 2
opposites Swahili the syncretism of Arabic and
the Bantu languages
22
Terms 500-Answer
The forced labor of natives to work in Spanish
mines during the 1500s was called the mita or
repartmiento system
23
Events - 100
  • All of the following statements are true about
    the Renaissance EXCEPT
  • it was influenced by the Muslims occupation of
    Spain.
  • it resulted from Mediterranean trade during the
    Crusades.
  • it began after regional states developed in
    Europe.
  • it occurred while Byzantium was declining.
  • it was characterized by a rebirth of learning
    that occurred across Europe in the 14th century.

24
Events - 200
  • By 1500, Islam had spread to all of the following
    parts of Africa EXCEPT
  • East Africa along the Indian Oceans coast.
  • West Africa on the Pacific Oceans coast.
  • Central Africa along the Atlantic Oceans coast.
  • North Africa on the Mediterranean Seas coast.
  • East Africa on the Red Seas coast.

25
Events - 300
  • A comparison of Japanese and Chinese reactions to
    European influence between 1450-1750 reveals that
  • China persecuted Christian missionaries while
    Japan accepted the Christians
  • Japan wanted Western technology, while China
    rejected Western technology
  • both excluded Westerner from trading at their
    ports.
  • European philosophy was accepted but Western
    technology was rejected.
  • both tolerated European influence in their
    culture because they wanted to participate in
    global trade.

26
Events - 400
  • Both the Protestant Reformation and the
    Enlightenment
  • lowered the status of females.
  • challenged political authority.
  • supported religious traditions.
  • remained confined to Europe.
  • relied on reason over faith.

27
Events - 500
Name the country and AP region that Faisal
Shahzad was born in. Explain why Faisal Shahzad
was read his Miranda rights on May 3rd, 2010.
28
Events 100-Answer
  • All of the following statements are true about
    the Renaissance EXCEPT
  • it was influenced by the Muslims occupation of
    Spain. Preserved Greek/Roman learning nucleus
    of the Renaissance knowledge
  • it resulted from Mediterranean trade during the
    Crusades.
  • it began after regional states developed in
    Europe.
  • it occurred while Byzantium was declining
    losing territory to Turks
  • it was characterized by a rebirth of learning
    that occurred across Europe (began in the
    Italian city-states as a result of Mediterranean
    trade during the Crusades) in the 14th century.

29
Events 200-Answer
  • By 1500, Islam had spread to all of the following
    parts of Africa EXCEPT
  • East Africa along the Indian Oceans coast.
  • West Africa on the Pacific Oceans coast.
  • Central Africa along the Atlantic Oceans coast.
  • North Africa on the Mediterranean Seas coast.
  • East Africa on the Red Seas coast.

30
Events 300-Answer
  • A comparison of Japanese and Chinese reactions to
    European influence between 1450-1750 reveals that
  • China persecuted Christian missionaries while
    Japan accepted the Christians
  • Japan wanted Western technology, while China
    rejected Western technology
  • both excluded Westerner from trading at their
    ports.
  • European philosophy was accepted but Western
    technology was rejected.
  • both tolerated European influence in their
    culture because they wanted to participate in
    global trade.

31
Events 400-Answer
  • Both the Protestant Reformation and the
    Enlightenment
  • lowered the status of females.
  • challenged political authority.
  • supported religious traditions.
  • remained confined to Europe.
  • relied on reason over faith.

32
Events 500-Answer
Name the country (Pakistan) and AP region (South
Asia) that Faisal Shahzad was born in. Explain
why Faisal Shahzad was read his Miranda rights on
May 3rd, 2010. He tried to blow up Times Square
in NYC on May 1, 2010. Miranda rights due
process right to an attorney speedy trial
trial by jury indictment (informed of the
charges) confront your accusers
33
Geography 100
  • Indian Ocean trade differed from the Pacific
    Oceans trade in the Early Modern Era in that it
  • was more regionally based.
  • involved Southeast Asian contacts.
  • involved only spices.
  • involved a more diverse group of competitive
    traders.
  • involved commerce across large stretches of open
    water.

34
Geography 200
  • The European voyages of exploration conducted
    between 1450-1750
  • were designed to break trade monopolies by the
    Italians and Muslims.
  • were conducted without knowledge of oceanic
    conditions.
  • were restricted to the Atlantic Ocean.
  • opened trade with the Polynesians.
  • established outposts in the African interior to
    European exploration

35
Geography 300
  • The Malucca Strait is a strategic location
    because it is in a position to trade in porcelain
    and silk from China, and other luxury goods from
    the Maluccas and the Philippines.
  • The statement above describes what region in
    1500 C.E.?
  • Africas southern tip.
  • The Horn of Africa.
  • Madagascar
  • The Malay Peninsula.
  • Sri Lanka (Ceylon).

Daily Double
36
Geography 400
  • Which of the following did NOT trade with the
    Romans?
  • China.
  • India
  • South Africa
  • Malaysia
  • Axum

37
Geography 500
  • What is one result of African long-distance trade
    patterns between 1450-1750?
  • Stateless societies continued to rule Central
    Africa.
  • Christians and Muslims increased their influence
    over sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Local political units replaced regional kingdoms
    in West Africa.
  • Indigenous African religions became less popular.
  • The Spanish took over East African city-states.

38
Geography 100-Answer
  • Indian Ocean trade differed from the Pacific
    Oceans trade in the Early Modern Era in that it
  • was more regionally based.
  • involved Southeast Asian contacts.
  • involved only spices.
  • involved a more diverse group of competitive
    traders.
  • involved commerce across large stretches of open
    water.

39
Geography 200-Answer
  • The European voyages of exploration conducted
    between 1450-1750
  • were designed to break trade monopolies by the
    Italians and Muslims.
  • were conducted without knowledge of oceanic
    conditions.
  • were restricted to the Atlantic Ocean.
  • opened trade with the Polynesians.
  • established outposts in the African interior to
    European exploration

40
Geography 300-Answer
  • The Malucca Strait is a strategic location
    because it is in a position to trade in porcelain
    and silk from China, and other luxury goods from
    the Maluccas and the Philippines.
  • The statement above describes what region in
    1500 C.E.?
  • Africas southern tip.
  • The Horn of Africa.
  • Madagascar
  • The Malay Peninsula.
  • Sri Lanka (Ceylon).

Daily Double
Straits of Malucca
41
Geography 400-Answer
  • Which of the following did NOT trade with the
    Romans?
  • China.
  • India
  • South Africa
  • Malaysia
  • Axum

42
Geography 500-Answer
  • What is one result of African long-distance trade
    patterns between 1450-1750?
  • Stateless societies (central kingdoms like the
    Congo) continued to rule Central Africa.
  • Christians and Muslims increased their influence
    over sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Local political units replaced regional kingdoms
    in West Africa. (stronger regional kingdoms like
    Songhai replaced local kingdoms in West Africa)
  • Indigenous African religions (blended with
    Christianity and Islam) became less popular.
  • The Spanish (Portugal) took over East African
    city-states.

43
Trivia - 100
  • Which of the following was NOT true about trade
    patterns between 1450 and 1750?
  • Meiji Japan wanted knowledge of Western
    technology.
  • African kingdoms became reliant on European
    technology.
  • China was involved in regional trade only.
  • The Atlantic Ocean was crossed by many triangular
    trade routes.
  • The Ottoman Empire was dependent on Western
    technology.

44
Trivia - 200
  • Which Native American civilization closely
    resembled the Persians administrative style?
  • Incas
  • Mayans
  • Aztecs
  • Anasazis
  • Toltecs

45
Trivia - 300
  • Europes population declined the most during the
    Middle Ages
  • between the 10th and 13th centuries.
  • in the 14th century.
  • in the 15th century.
  • in the 8th century.
  • between the 5th-6th centuries.

46
Trivia - 400
Name the building, the culture that built it,
where its located, and the AP region that it is
located in.
47
Trivia - 500
Analyze the changes brought by migration between
1500 BCE and 1000 CE. In South Asia. Be sure to
include continuities and changes.
48
Trivia - 100 - Answer
  • Which of the following was NOT true about trade
    patterns between 1450 and 1750?
  • Meiji Japan wanted knowledge of Western
    technology.
  • African kingdoms became reliant on European
    technology.
  • China was involved in regional trade only.
  • The Atlantic Ocean was crossed by many triangular
    trade routes.
  • The Ottoman Empire was dependent on Western
    technology.

49
Trivia - 200 - Answer
  • Which Native American civilization closely
    resembled the Persians administrative style?
  • Incas Both were good at assimilating different
    cultures into their empires. Additionally, they
    constructed roads that linked their vast empires
    and linked their governments together and
    provided a communications structure.
  • Mayans
  • Aztecs
  • Anasazis
  • Toltecs

50
Trivia - 300 - Answer
  • Europes population declined the most during the
    Middle Ages
  • between the 10th and 13th centuries.
  • in the 14th century. Black Death
  • in the 15th century.
  • in the 8th century.
  • between the 5th-6th centuries.

51
Trivia - 400 - Answer
Building Mezquita in the Alhambra Palace in
Spain Culture Muslim/Moorish AP region
Western Europe
52
Trivia - 500 - Answer
  • Aryan migration/Indo-European branch
  • crossed Khyber Pass into South Asia around 1500
    B.C.E
  • nomadic Aryans conquered Indus V. civilizations
  • imposed caste system
  • caste system evolved into Hinduism
  • Aryan literature, the Vedas, became the basis
    for Hindu beliefs
  • cattle symbol of wealth
  • early Aryans settled in the Punjab region
    between modern-day Pakistan and India by 1000
    C.E., they were spread out throughout most of
    Indian subcontinent
  • caste system broken down into sub-castes jati
  • patriarchal society with custom of sati
    instituted

About 800-400 B.C.E. the animistic Dravidians and
the Aryans combined their beliefs to produce the
Upanishids. They add the belief of reincarnation
and karma to Hinduism. The Vedas were written
around 600 B.C.E.
53
Government - 100
  • In the early 18th Century, what country/empire
    had the greatest amount of self-rule?
  • Ottoman Empire
  • Japan
  • France
  • England
  • Russia

54
Government - 200
  • The Muhgal Empire
  • failed to relax tensions between Hindus and
    Muslims in South Asia
  • dominated the whole Indian subcontinent.
  • ended in the return of a traditionally
    centralized government to India.
  • produced art and architecture and architecture
    that showed syncretism.
  • put women in a more subservient role than before
    Mughal rule.

55
Government - 300
  • Nation-states
  • were accepted by the Ottoman Empire
  • developed in Europe because of their cultural
    diversity.
  • were incompatible with absolute monarchies.
  • were not limited to set borders.
  • promulgated harmony throughout Europe.

56
Government - 400
Who were the Devshirme?
57
Government - 500
  • Which of the following occasions permanently
    established constitutionalism and the English
    Parliaments supremacy over the monarchy?
  • The Long Parliament
  • Oliver Cromwells Puritan Commonwealth
  • The Glorious Revolution
  • The signing of the Magna Carta
  • The expansion of legislative power during
    Elizabeth Is reign

58
Government - 100 - Answer
  • In the early 18th Century, what country/empire
    had the greatest amount of self-rule?
  • Ottoman Empire
  • Japan
  • France
  • England
  • Russia

59
Government - 200 - Answer
  • The Muhgal Empire
  • failed to relax tensions between Hindus and
    Muslims in South Asia
  • dominated the whole Indian subcontinent.
  • ended in the return of a traditionally
    centralized government to India.
  • produced art and architecture and architecture
    that showed syncretism Christian themes and
    Persian and Indian architectural structures
  • put women in a more subservient role than before
    Mughal rule.

60
Government - 300 - Answer
  • Nation-states
  • were accepted by the Ottoman Empire
  • developed in Europe because of their cultural
    diversity.
  • were incompatible with absolute monarchies.
  • were not limited to set borders.
  • promulgated harmony throughout Europe.

61
Government - 400 - Answer
The devshirme system was a system of slavery in
which young Christian boys from the Balkans were
removed from their villages between the ages of
8-15. They were drafted by the Ottoman Empire
for state service. Some were trained to be part
of the sultans elite military the Janissaries.
62
Government - 500 - Answer
  • Which of the following occasions permanently
    established constitutionalism and the English
    Parliaments supremacy over the monarchy?
  • The Long Parliament
  • Oliver Cromwells Puritan Commonwealth
  • The Glorious Revolution
  • The signing of the Magna Carta
  • The expansion of legislative power during
    Elizabeth Is reign

63
Final Jeopardy
Name the 1st global war fought on multiple on
continents Explain who the opponents were
Describe the regions that they were fighting
over Name the winner and explain the results of
the war
64
Final Jeopardy
65
Final Jeopardy-Answer
  • 7 Years War
  • Between France Britain
  • Fought over North America, Mississippi, Canada,
    India, the Caribbean
  • Began in present-day Pennsylvania
  • France lost India and all of North America
    except Nova Scotia
  • British won the Americas, India
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