D he wanted to capture the wealthy Xiongnu cities. In which category would you place pre-Columbian civilizations in the Americas? D tied southeast Asia, India, Arabia, and east Africa together in a maritime trade route. The driving force behind this movement was primarily A population pressure. A Child marriage was common. A restore land that had been taken from the royal family. C a map of the emperor's realm on the ceiling.
E All these answers are correct E All these answers are correct. D was a backward country in terms of economy and culture. E None of these answers is correct. B the growth of family farms. B they had different forms of government. C The Indians were suffering from poverty and all kinds of miseries. C Roman soldiers and military officers.
A expert agriculturalists; good at irrigation and rice cultivation B expert archers; frequently raided the wealthy lands of Mesopotamia C descendants of nomadic peoples; pastoralists, culturally close to the Aryans D rulers of the largest empire the world had ever seen E descendants of the Greeks; related to Alexander of Macedon E descendants of the Greeks; related to Alexander of Macedon 1 5241837898 Which of the following is true of Cyrus? D encouraged agricultural cultivation and military service. C He named himself dictator for life. A the Great Wall B the Silk Road C civil service exams D feudalism 9. D his guilt over his behavior in battle. D played a crucial role in the silk roads trading network.
E Some slaves were highly educated. Then answer the question that follows. B the original force of the cosmos, an eternal and unchanging principle that governs all the workings of the world. B they did not respect any secular authorities. D Alexander, by 336 B.
C They had the right to elect their own tribunes. B Slavery was abolished through Solon's reform. E All these answers are correct. B defendants had a right to challenge their accusers before a judge. C two weeks for Marathon runners. The empire of Alexander the Great extended to and influenced the cultures of the people living in A Spain, Japan, Arabia, and France.
E All these answers are correct. E Plato, by 400 B. B pacified large areas of present-day Pakistan, Afghanistan, and north India. E All these answers are correct. D were based on religious affiliation. C the wars between Alexander of Macedon and the Achaemenid empire.
D Hinduism, Daoism, and Confucianism. D living according to ren, li, and xiao. C Anatolian Greeks and peninsular Greeks. We advise that the best prep is thorough mastery of the material. C individuals who withdraw from society and live in harmony with nature. This long essay requires you to explain and evaluate an important issue in world history.
E All these answers are correct B did not recognize social distinctions based on caste or jati. B could not marry other slaves at will. D standardized the written script. A Zoroastrians were converting to Islam. E All these answers are correct E All these answers are correct.
B a monarchy disguised as a republic. When you visit the tomb, you can see A a great terra-cotta army of Qin soldiers and cavalry. B He centralized the military under his control. Which of the following contributed to an increase in trade during the Han dynasty? D It supported the caste system. C they were challenged by the Greeks.
The results page following each complete practice test includes the same insights as the results pages for concept-specific practice tests, like detailed explanations and additional information regarding relevant concepts. D Men and women could hold political office. Confucianism and Legalism were similar in that both stressed the importance of A strong government. Scoring for section 1 is automated. B overuse of slave labor.