InstructionsChapter 18 Quiz
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The invasions of the nomadic Turkish and Mongol tribes between the eleventh and fifteenth centuries
left nothing but devastation in their wake.
facilitated greater cross-cultural communication and integration.
led to the rise of a centralized imperial state that ran from China to Persia.
was brought to an end by increasingly powerful European states.
was inspired by their devotion to Islam.
The environment of central Asia
guaranteed a bountiful harvest.
does not receive enough rain to support large-scale agriculture.
was marred by such violent flooding that urbanization was almost impossible.
facilitated urbanization because of its tremendous agricultural potential.
was dominated by devastating monsoon rains.
All of the following acted as limitations on the development of central Asian societies with the exception of
the aridity of the climate.
a lack of trading opportunities.
the nomadic lifestyle of the population.
the absence of large-scale craft production.
the limited potential for large-scale agriculture.
The term sultan means
“the chosen one.”
“first among equals.”
“consecrated before god.”
“master of nature.”
The Ghaznavid Turkish leader who raided and plundered India in the eleventh century was
The Delhi sultans
became the first dynasty to unite all of India since the ancient world.
remained the last Hindu opposition to expanding Islamic authority.
claimed authority over all of northern India.
won wide-spread support because of their unqualified toleration of Hinduism and Buddhism.
united all of southeast Asia for the only time in history.
Khubilai Khan's religious policy featured
promoting Buddhism and supporting Daoists, Christians and Muslims.
an attempt to incorporate the traditional Mongol shamanistic beliefs into China.
forced conversion to Islam.
suppression of all religious services in an effort to stabilize China internally.
specific suppression of Christianity because of its connection to Europe.
The Mongol naval campaign against Japan in 1281
was a complete success.
turned back because of the fear of disease.
was the largest seaborne expedition before World War II.
was aided by a favorable wind that the Chinese came to call kamikaze.
conquered the northern most islands of Japan.
During the period of Mongol domination
trade slowed dramatically because of heavy taxation.
long-distance trade became much less risky.
interaction between different peoples of Eurasia was limited by Mongol cruelty.
unification was achieved by the implementation of a state religion.
trade was halted by the extension of the Great Wall of China.
The late fourteenth century Turkish ruler who weakened the Golden Horde, sacked Delhi, and launched campaigns in southwest Asia and Anatolia was
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