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Doom for 1
Ignatius of Loyola founded the
a.
Dominicans.
b.
Inquisition.
c.
Council of Trent.
d.
Society of Jesus (the Jesuits).
e.
Franciscans.
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d.
Society of Jesus (the Jesuits).
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Doom for 2
Unlike in other parts of the world, marriage patterns in
early modern Europe reflected
a.
marrying younger and having larger families.
b.
marrying younger and having smaller families.
c.
a freer choice of one's marriage partner instead of an
arranged marriage.
d.
a high rate of infant mortality.
e.
a celibate religious lifestyle.
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c.
a freer choice of one's marriage partner instead
of an arranged marriage.
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Doom for 3
The Holy Roman Empire was ruled by the
a.
Bourbons.
b.
Huguenots.
c.
Burgundians.
d.
Habsburgs.
e.
Romanovs.
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Doom for 3
d.
Habsburgs.
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Doom for 4
Which export product dominated the Brazilian economy
by the seventeenth century?
a.
gold.
b.
silver.
c.
cheese
d.
slaves.
e.
sugar.
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e.
sugar.
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Doom for 5
Slaves could be manumitted by
a.
marrying and fathering a child.
b.
killing an opponent in the annual games at the stadium.
c.
purchasing their freedom.
d.
pledging homage to the feudal lord.
e.
order of the Catholic Church.
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c.
purchasing their freedom
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RRA for 1
The expansion of sugar plantations in the West Indies
required
a.
a sharp increase in the African slave trade.
b.
an increase in arable land.
c.
new fertilizers and seeds.
d.
the creation of new markets among the Amerindians.
e.
government consultants to oversee farming.
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a.
a sharp increase in the African slave trade.
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RRA for 2
Which was NOT a method used to curtail African cultural
traditions by European planters?
a.
Learning colonial languages.
b.
Converting to Christianity
c.
Mixing slaves from different parts of Africa.
d.
Mandatory primary education.
e.
All of these.
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d.
Mandatory primary education.
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RRA for 3
Generally, the Atlantic African slave trade was based on a
partnership between
a.
European opportunists and Arab merchants.
b.
Asian and European elites.
c.
European and African elites.
d.
Islamic and African elites.
e.
Arab merchants and African elites.
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c.
European and African elites.
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RRA for 4
The chief source of Ottoman inflation in the sixteenth century
was
a.
uncontrolled spending by the nobles.
b.
poor tax-collecting policies.
c.
an influx of silver from the Americas.
d.
uncontrolled military spending.
e.
widespread opium addiction.
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c.
an influx of silver from the
Americas.
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RRA for 5
Iranian scholars and writers
a.
read and wrote only in Persian.
b.
read and wrote only in Arabic.
c.
were relentlessly persecuted under the Safavids.
d.
read Arabic as well as Persian.
e.
opposed the government's forging of diplomatic ties with Mughal
India.
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d.
read Arabic as well as Persian.
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H&H for 1
Extensive Islamic expansion into East Africa and
Southeast Asia occurred
a.
before the rapid European commercial expansion.
b.
because Islam was most similar to native religions.
c.
because Islam willingly accepted converts as full
members.
d.
thanks to the support of Muslim land empires.
e.
because Muhammad visited these places.
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c.
because Islam willingly accepted converts as full
members.
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H&H for 2
Why were women not a greater part of the cultural
movements of early modern Europe?
a.
Women have smaller brains
b.
They were barred from most schools, guilds and
professions.
c.
They were busy working in the household and did not
have time for leisure activities.
d.
It was considered in contradiction to the Bible.
e.
Cultural perceptions would have targeted them as
witches.
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b.
They were barred from most schools, guilds and
professions.
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H&H for 3
The highest-ranking Spanish officials in the colonies were:
a.
viceroys
b.
priests.
c.
conquistadors
d.
indigenous royalty
e.
creoles.
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a.
viceroys
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H&H for 4
The most influential defender of Amerindians in the early
colonial period was
a.
Bishop Diego de Landa.
b.
Bartolomé de las Casas.
c.
Juan de Zumárraga.
d.
Diego Mendez.
e.
Aldo Suarez.
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b.
Bartolomé de las Casas.
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H&H for 5
In the eighteenth century, West Indian plantations were
controlled by a plantocracy,
a.
a group of people concerned about the environment.
b.
a small number of rich men who owned the land and
slaves.
c.
a group of botanists who encouraged the growth of new
and exotic plants.
d.
a religious sect of Protestantism.
e.
none of these
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b.
a small number of rich men who owned the land
and slaves.
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Dutch Wildcard for 1
Which maroon community first signed treaties recognizing their
independent status as runaway slaves?
a.
Jamaican.
b.
Guianese
c.
Haitian
d.
Dominican
e.
Belize.
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b.
cheese.
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Dutch Wildcard for 2
The majority of African slaves in the Islamic world were:
a.
artisans
b.
worked on sugar plantations
c.
children
d.
women for concubines and servants
e.
translators.
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d.
women for concubines
and servants
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Double Dutch for 3
A significant transition in the Janissaries occurred after the
uprisings because they:
a.
became a hereditary institution
b.
became dairy farmers and made cheese
c.
became commercial merchants
d.
became avid supporters of the Imperial navy
e.
became students of shari'ia
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a.
became a hereditary
institution
.
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Dutch for 4
A woman seen in public in the Muslim world would most
likely have been any of the following except:
a.
non-Muslim
b.
elderly
c.
very poor
d.
slaves
e.
married
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e.
married
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Dutch for 5
What European country conquered the East African port
cities?
a.
Spain
b.
The Netherlands
c.
England
d.
Portugal
e.
France
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d.
Portugal
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Qing for 1
The Mughal Empire was quite prosperous in the sixteenth
century because it
a.
traded cotton cloth.
b.
mined gold in Siberia.
c.
grew cash crops such as coffee, cacao, and cheese
d.
colonized the Americas.
e.
All of these
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a.
traded cotton cloth.
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Qing for 2
In Iran, the mandated conversion to Shi'ism was
a.
accepted as the word of god by the Sunnis.
b.
accomplished peacefully in building a multinational
empire.
c.
a deciding factor in keeping Ismail and his descendants at
war.
d.
only for the select members of the qizilbash in Iran.
e.
done for purposes of unifying with the Abbasid Caliphate.
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c.
a deciding factor in keeping Ismail and his descendants at
war.
.
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Qing for 3
Both Muslims and Europeans obtained slaves from subSaharan Africa, but
a.
the Islamic trade was much smaller.
b.
the European trade was much smaller.
c.
both slave trades ended soon after they began.
d.
Africans refused to deal with Muslim traders.
e.
Africans refused to deal with European traders.
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a.
the Islamic trade was much smaller.
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Qing for 4
The African state most dependent on the slave trade was
a.
Oyo.
b.
Dahomey.
c.
Asante.
d.
Elmina.
e.
Kush.
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b.
Dahomey.
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Qing for 5
Life expectancy for nineteenth-century Brazilian male
slaves was
a.
10 years.
b.
23 years.
c.
39 years.
d.
50 years.
e.
65 years.
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b.
23 years.
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