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World History Vocabulary

1. The system of writing with wedge-shaped symbols is called:
Yahweh, Jehovah, Allah, Al-Andalus,
2. Kabuki and Noh were artistic forms from:
Agora, Acropolis, Citadel, Necropolis,
3. The philosophy espoused by Laozi is:
Saints, Followers, Allies online education , Apostles,
4. Who won the Punic Wars?
Aqueduct, Acropolis activity , Agora language , Stupa,
5. Filial piety is respect shown by:
Persia, Assyria, Babylonia, Aksum,
6. Modern humans are classified as:
Polis, Kibbutz, Chinampas, Ayllu,
7. Polytheism is the belief in multiple:
Capitalism, Agora, Barter, Socialism,
8. Which civilization used the quipu to record information?
Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Sudras, Viasyas,
9. By definition, a nomad is someone who:
Paleolithic Era, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Age of Heroes,
10. The alphabet used for the writing of Slavic languages is called:
Sufi, Prophet results , Al-Khwarizmi, Caliph,
11. Monsoons generally originate in:
Graphology, Mozaics, Calligraphy, Sculpture,
12. Which group was first dispersed by the Diaspora
You%27re a priest, You%27re a soldier results history , You%27re a businessman, You%27re a politician,
13. The sacred writings of the Aryans were called the:
Common Law, Cannon Law, Justinian%27s Code, Hammurabi%27s Code,
14. Bantu %2b Arabic =
Consuls, Emperors, Soldiers, Tribunes,
15. Which empire conquered Mali in the 1400s?
Buddhists and Hindus, Catholics and Muslims, Arabs and Muslims, Christians and Jews,
16. Papyrus was a reed found on which river?
Hieroglyphics, Cyrillic, Cuneiform, Alphabet,
17. In India, the highest class were the priests, or _________
Phoenetic, Latin quiz generator , Methodic educational activities , Cyrillic,
18. The taming of animals for human use is known as:
Confucianism, Daoism, Hinduism, Legalism,
19. The period from 27 BC to 180 AD known for its stability and prosperity was called the:
Alpha, Beta distance learning , Delta, Gamma,
20. What was the famous Chinese book of oracles called?
Jews, Babylonians, Druids, Huns,
21. The good and bad deeds that you do, which determine what your next life will be in Hinduism is called:
Agriculture, Domestication, Socialism, Animism,
22. A pipeline built to carry water to populated areas is known as an:
Family, Region, Religion, Clan,
23. Which document was signed by King John?
Democracy, Feudalism online quizzes , Capitalism, Monarchy,
24. The Reconquista took place in:
Children, Parents online quizzes , Subjects, Vassals,
25. In Ancient Greece, what was a fortified hilltop in a city called?
Aksum, Ghana, Egypt, Zimbabwe,
26. If you trade goods without using money, that is known as:
Gothic, Roman educational games , Classical, Islamic,
27. The Crusades were fought between:
Africa, America, Asia learning , Australia,
28. Who arranged his soldiers in a phalanx?
Athens, Constantinople, Rome, Moscow,
29. Loess is a special form of silt found in:
Babylonians, Hittites, Persians, Turks,
30. The political system that traded land for loyalty was called:
Australopithecus, Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens, Neanderthal,
31. A dynasty is a series of rulers from the same:
Analects, Four Noble Truths, I Ching, Little Red Book,
32. How can you farm on a mountain?
China, India, Japan, Saudi Arabia,
33. A person who was a professional record keeper is called a:
Dharma, Buddha, Karma, Moksha,
34. The tiered, triangular shaped religious structure found in ancient Mespotomia was called:
Africa, China, Europe, India,
35. Which Southwest Asian kingdom, led by Sennacherib, controlled a large empire from 850 BC until 612, when the Medes and Chaldeans crushed them?
Bishop, Lord, Serf, Knight,
36. If you are in the clergy, what do you do for a living?
Mahabharata, Magna Carta, The Prince, Concordat of Worms,
37. The West African kingdom that grew rich from exploiting the trans-Saharan gold/salt trade was:
Fief, Gothic, Manor, Vassal,
38. Which Muslim dynasty moved the capital to Damascus in 661?
Africa, China print quizzes , Europe, India,
39. The period of time that came directly AFTER the neolithic period was called the:
Democracy, Monarchy, Oligarchy, Republic,
40. The style of architecture known for ribbed vaults, stained glass windows, flying buttresses, pointed arches and tall spires was:
Agora, Monastery, Mosque, Temple,
41. Leaders of Egypt during the Old Kingdom were called:
Arabian Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Pacific Ocean,
42. The supreme political and religious leader in the Muslim Empire was known as a:
Agriculture, Democracy, Metalworking, Written Language,
43. In the Roman Republic, executive power was held by:
Conquers, Farms, Governs, Wanders,
44. Who developed iron first?
Aztec, Inca, Maya, Olmec,
45. A marshy region formed by deposits of silt at the mouth of a river is known as:
Euphrates, Huang He, Indus, Nile,
46. When you give one-tenth of your income to the church, you have paid a:
Bishop, Lord, Patriarch, Pope,
47. Which dynasty ruled much of the Muslim Empire from AD 750 to 1250?
Age of Epics, Iron Age, Pax Mongolica, Pax Romana,
48. The art of beautiful handwriting, practiced both in the Muslim world and China is known as:
Asoka, Philip II of Macedon create online tests , Richard the Lionhearted, Saladin,
49. What is the Arabic word for God?
Brahmins, Pharaohs, Tribunes, Vassals,
50. The sect of Buddhism that focuses on he strict spiritual discipline promoted by the Buddha is called:
Gods, Political Leaders educational games , Religious Leaders, Tribunes,
51. A lord%27s estate in feudal Europe as called:
Athens, Persia, Rome, Spain,
52. The twelve most important followers of Jesus were called:
Aztec, Inca, Maya, Olmec,
53. The small community whose members worked together for the common good in Incan society was known as:
England, France ESL , Germany results history , Spain,
54. The unified body of law formed from rulings of England%27s royal judges that serves as the basis for law in many English speaking nations today is called:
China, India, Japan, Khmer,
55. Monks lived together in a:
Author, Philosopher, Scribe, Tribune,
56. The Mauryan Empire was based in:
Aksum, Ghana, Persia, Songhai,
57. Samurai operated in:
Latin, Persian, Swahili, Turkish,
58. The head of the Orthodox Church is called the:
You can%27t, Through extensive irrigation, By using terraces, By growing rice,
59. The revolutionary part of the neolithic revolution was the development of:
Mahayana, Shia, Sunni, Theravada,
60. The two powers that govern the natural rhythms of life in China were called:
Bribe, Indulgence, Tithe computer assisted language learning , Tribute,
61. Caesar, Pompey and Crassus made up the:
First Triumvirate, Holy Roman Empire, Gang of Three educational activities , Roman Empire,
62. A griot was a storyteller from:
Abbasids, Fatimids, Turks, Umayyads,
63. The earliest Mesoamerican civilization was:
Karma, Mahabharata, Stupas, Vedas,
64. The Hagia Sophia is found in:
Good and Evil, Dao and Confucius, Huang He and Yangtze, Yin and Yang,
65. The form of government where power is held by one person, and it is passed down within a single family is called:
Acropolis, Pyramid, Temple, Ziggurat,