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WHACK-A-MOLE
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Which of the following best describes the Conquistadores
A
Played a form of disco music during the height of the 1970s
B
Not unified and came from all walks of life
C
Unified and had a specific plan for conquering the new world
D
Not unified and were all very rich and powerful
2
What circumstances prevented the Portuguese from establishing a
monopoly over the Asian spice trade?
A
The Mughal and Ottoman navies were too strong
B
French traders offered too much competition
C
Portugal was small and lacked resources to compete
D
Access to the most profitable spices was controlled by the Chinese
3
When the Portuguese arrived in India in 1498, they
A
Quickly integrated themselves on peaceful terms into the Indian Ocean
Trade Network
B
Established cordial relations with Muslim merchants
C
Found they had little to offer in trade, but could get rich by forcing
themselves into the existing trade network
D
Exchanged valuable European goods for Asian luxury items
What was the term for the practice that granted local peoples as serfs to
conquistadores?
4
A
Letardos
B
Chiapas
C
Encomienda
D
Hacienda
5
The sociedad de castas was
A
A division of work based on what caste a native American was born into
B
A religious movement that pushed for the equal treatment of local natives
C
A secret society started by conquistadores
D
A racial hierarchy based on alleged purity of blood and skin color
6
Which of the following did NOT contribute to the massive depopulation of
native people in the New World
A
Disease
B
Slavery
C
Migration
D
Combat
7
How did the early Russian Tsars benefit from their expansionist policies into
central Asia?
A
The Tsars were able to reward their nobles and gain greater economic
advances
B
The tsars were able to challenge Britain for control of India
C
The tsars were able to extract revenge on their former Mongol overlords
D
The Tsars were able to claim personal ownership over newly
conquered lands
8
Spanish lawyers who came to the New World in order to help adminster
were called. . .
A
Conquistadores
B
Lawyoeros
C
Letardos
D
Peninsulares
Which of the following best describes the results of both the Bourbon Reforms
and the Pombal reforms
9
A
18th century spanish and portuguese colonial governments became more responsive to colonial
peoples
B
The activist governmental policies made the creoles and natives peoples dissatisfied with their
governors in Eruope
C
The reforms ended the use of slavery and forced labor taxes, but crippled sugar plantations
and silver mining econimies
D
The colonial economies became less dependent on their European masters' economies
10
Economically, early modern Russia was
A
One of the leaders in the intrnational trade of manufactured goods
B
Poor, with few items to export and lacking in valuable raw materials
C
Dependent on foreign merchants for most trade with the west
D
Self-sufficient enough to be uninterested in trade
11
The name of the first emperor of the Ming Dynasty was
A
Zhou
B
Oda Nobunaga
C
Hongwu
D
Qindao
12
In order to administer their colonies in Latin America, the Spanish crown did
all of the following EXCEPT
A
Permitted nobles to administer lands without any real royal oversight
B
Shared some authority with Catholic Bishops and priests
C
Retained local indian rulers as clients provided they were loyal to Spain
D
Built an elaborate bureaucracy headed by 2 viceroys
13
The raw material with the broadest demand and highest price was
A
Silk from China to the Middle East
B
Cotton from India to the Middle East
C
Bulk items like food traded across all zones
D
Spices from the Indies
14
These were Russian peasants who were encouraged to go settle the new lands that
Russia was acquiring.
A
Cossacks
B
Boyars
C
Conquistadores
D
Letardos
15
The first of the 3 warlords who worked to unify Japan was
A
Oda Nobunaga
B
Yoshiro Honazunga
C
Toyotomi Hideyoshi
D
Tokugawa Ieyasu
16
This priest, who was a former conquistador, spoke on behalf of the Native
Americans who had been brutalized by the conquistadores.
A
Hernan Cortez
B
Francisco Pizarro
C
Bartoleme de las Casas
D
Peninsulare de los Letardos
17
This Russian monarch was responsible for killing their own child in a fit of
rage
A
Ivan the Terrible
B
Catherine the Great
C
Peter the Great
D
Michael Romanov
18
This was the primary result of the Treaty of Tordesillas
A
The independence of Cuba from Spain
B
The coronation of the Bourbon dynasty over Spain
C
The end of the 30 Years' War
D
The Line of Demarcation
19
This Conquistador was responsible for the destruction of the Aztec
empire
A
Bartoleme de las Casas
B
Hernan Cortez
C
Francisco Pizarro
D
Ferdinand Magellan
20
Which of the following was not a division in the Indian Ocean Trade Zone?
A
Arab
B
Indian
C
African
D
Chinese
21
Which of the following was NOT a factor that contributed to the success of the
Conquistadores over the Indians?
A
Understanding Fire
B
Good Luck
C
Native Civil Unrest
D
Disease ravaging native populations
22
Which of the following was NOT an element of Chinese culture after the
Mongols were kicked out?
A
Reinstatement of Meritocracy
B
Hierarchical Society
C
Focus on development of Military culture
D
Severe punishment of Corruption
23
Which of the following was NOT a goal of the Bourbon Reforms?
A
Ending slavery in the Caribbean
B
Decreasing the control of the Catholic Church
C
Improving the Bureaucracy
D
Reduce Corruption
24
Who was the individual responsible for putting reforms into place in Brazil?
A
Hernan Cortez
B
Bartoleme de las Casas
C
Peter the Great
D
Marquis de Pombal
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