Africa/Japan/Byzantine/Islamic Empires Review Jeopardy

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Africa
Japan
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100
200
Byzantine
Empire
Islamic
Empire
Vocab
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200
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Final Jeopardy
Africa100
Animism is…
Answer
Answer Africa100
Belief that spirits live in
animals and nature.
Africa 200
The West African Kingdoms
(Ghana, Mali, Songhai)
trade with the Islamic people
from the north – they trade
products one for one.
Answer
Answer Africa 200
Gold – Salt Trade
Africa 300
Mali King _______ _______
who went to Mecca on a
pilgrimage because he had
been converted to and helped
spread _________. While there
he left behind a lot of ______.
Answer
Answer Africa 300
Mansa Musa;
Islam; Gold
Africa 400
All of the land below the
Sahara Desert in Africa is
known as ____________________ Africa.
Answer
Answer Africa 400
Sub-Saharan
Africa 500
The _________ were famous for their
migration across Africa and then when
they settled their trade with Arabic
people created a new language called
__________.
Answer
Answer Africa 500
Bantu; Swahili
Japan 100
Japan was a ___________
(group of Islands) isolated
by __________ and
__________.
Answer
Answer Japan 100
Archipelago;
Oceans and
Mountains
Japan 200
Japanese belief that spirits
live in animals and nature
was called _________;
they called the spirits
______.
Answer
Answer Japan 200
Shintoism; Kami
Japan 300
Japan was the only country
we studied this year that
successfully stopped…
Answer
Answer Japan 300
Cultural Diffusion
(by cutting off
trade)
Japan 400
The Samurai used an
honor code called
________. The European
Knights used a similar
code called _________.
Answer
Answer Japan 400
Bushido; Chivalry
Japan 500
Label the positions on the Japanese Feudalism Chart below. Then list their
equals in European Feudalism.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
E.
F.
Answer
Answer Japan 500
A. Emperor - None
B. Shogun - King
C. Daimyo - Noble
D. Samurai - Knights
E. Artisans - Serfs
E. Peasants - Serfs
F. Merchants - Serfs
Byzantine Empire100
Great trading city and
capitol of the Byzantine
Empire that connected
Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Answer
Answer Byzantine Empire100
Constantinople
Byzantine Empire200
The most famous Emperor of
the Byzantine Empire was
_____________. His famous
and influential wife was
named _______.
Answer
Byzantine Empire200
Justinian &
Theodora
Byzantine Empire 300
The law code of the Byzantine
Empire was called
______________. It was
modeled after the
__________________.
Answer
Answer Byzantine Empire 300
Justinian Code;
12 Tables
Byzantine Empire 400
Justinian wanted to have great
buildings (architecture) like the
Romans, so he built a beautiful
church called the ________
_________ and a stadium for
chariot races called the
_____________.
Answer
Answer Byzantine Empire 400
Hagia Sophia;
Hippodrome
Byzantine Empire 500
The separation between the old
(western) part of the Roman
Empire and the Byzantine
Empire (eastern) caused the
Catholic Church to split into
__________ and __________.
This event was called the
____________.
Answer
Answer Byzantine Empire 500
Roman Catholic and
Orthodox; Schism of
1054
Islamic Empires 100
When the Islamic
Empires (Ottomans)
conquered
Constantinople they
renamed it ________.
Answer
Answer Islamic Empires 100
Istanbul
Islamic Empires 200
The Islamic Empires were
tolerant of other religions,
including (monotheistic
religions)________ and
________.
Answer
Answer Islamic Empires 200
Judaism and
Christianity
Islamic Empires 300
The names of the two great
Sultans of the Islamic
Empire that we studied…
Answer
Answer Islamic Empires 300
Akbar and Sulieman
Islamic Empires 400
Islamic Empires discovered a
new form of math called
________.
Answer
Answer Islamic Empires 400
Algebra
Islamic Empires 500
This was the largest
achievement (also their goal) of
the Islamic and Byzantine
Empires…
Answer
Answer Islamic Empires 500
To preserve (or
carry on) Roman
Culture &
Knowledge!!
Vocab 100
A contract (deal) between
social classes in Japan.
Answer
Answer Vocab 100
Feudalism
Vocab 200
Early African oralhistory tellers were
called _________.
Answer
Answer Vocab 200
Griots
Vocab 300- Daily Double
Daily Double
Vocab 400
1.
2.
A picture or decorative design
made by setting small colored
pieces, of stone or tile, into a
surface (Byzantines).
Art form used by Islamic
Empires instead of drawing
humans or animals.
Answer
Answer Vocab 400
Mosaic
Calligraphy
Vocab 500
Rebellion where chariot
gangs rioted and tried
to overthrow Justinian;
Theodora convinces
him to stay.
Answer
Answer Vocab 500
Nika Rebellion
Final Jeopardy
Music
Final Jeopardy
What are two ways that trade
(cultural diffusion) changed
Traditional Africa.
Answer
Answer Final Jeopardy
1.Spread of Islam
2.Swahili Language (Bantu +
Arabic)
Daily Double
Japanese feudal farms were
called _________.
European feudal farms were
called…
Answer
Answer Daily Double
Shoen; Manor
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