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1. what directly led to internal expansion and new economic activity in western europe from the eleventh to the fourteenth century? a. competition among rival states b. population reduction c. new and extreme technological achievements d. decline in religious activity 2. a period of global cooling from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century is historically referred to as a. the little ice age. b. nominal cyclical cooling. c. the celsius effect. d. the fahrenheit effect. 3. in his famous sermon of 1095, pope urban ii saw christian europe as a. a military and economic powerhouse that had always been on the rise. b. only a small part of europe and an even smaller part of the larger world. c. being evenly divided among europe, africa, and asia. d. comprising all of europe, which he thought took up much of the world. 4. who was responsible for the rehabilitation of sufism in the twelfh century? a. al-ghazali b. gilani c. al-hallaj d. al-andalus 5. what allowed the khmer kingdom to became great? a. technological advances b. ability to produce excess rice and export it c. abundant mineral resources d. ability to conquer other lands 6. in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, the song dynasty had all of the following characteristics except a. an environment favorable to the arts. b. equal status for men and women. c. increasing food production. d. a booming economy. 7. the most important contribution the mongols made to encouraging trade along the silk roads was a. building permanent inns for travelers. b. providing security. c. lowering taxes for merchants. d. building a permanent road. 8. in the mongol empire, the plague a. provided new opportunities for territorial expansion. b. ended further expansion. c. slowed the rise of the ottoman state. d. had no effect, because it mainly skipped over mongol lands. 9. in the eleventh century, who did the muslims refer to as the army of god? a. turks b. buddhists c. chinese d. christians 10. which pope wanted christians to unite to redress what he saw as an imbalance of power between christianity and islam? a. pope urban ii b. pope john paul c. pope clement vi d. pope benedict 11. within the islamic empire, the turkic people a. acted as a powerful military shield. b. were completely integrated into the arabic world. c. were mainly concerned with trade and commerce. d. were educated people who administered the realm. 12. how did powerful families of japan like the fujiwara legitimate their power at court? a. by gaining more wealth than others b. through the support of buddhist monks c. by marrying their daughters into the imperial family d. through military victories over enemies like the taira 13. a zimbabwe was a a. tribal leader. b. fortified administration center. c. band of warriors. d. trade route though the desert 14. all of the following were a result of the crusades except a. destruction of peaceful relations between muslims and christians. b. increased hostility in europe between christians and jews. c. a proclamation, by zangi, calling for jihad against the infidels. d. establishment of a large christxxxxx xxxxxdom in the middle east. 15. in what regions did latin christendom expand during the period of the early mongol expansion? a. britain and spain b. prussia and north africa c. the middle east and spain d. finland and estonia 16. what were the basic movements that lay behind the development of the crusades in western christendom? a. commerce and pilgrimage b. exploration of new worlds and chivalry c. chivalry and commerce d. pilgrimage and holy war 17. the delhi sultanate ruler radiyya first took power chiefly because a. she killed her brother. b. her father chose her as his successor. c. she proved herself in battle. d. she wore men's clothes. 18. the most important outcome of the mongol peace was the a. transfer of goods and technology from the east to the west. b. spread of islam. c. spread of western ideas to the east. d. establishment of a stable, coherent government across eurasia. 19. what common problem did people in the american southwest and the norse of greenland both face? a. ecological disasters b. lack of food c. disease d. isolation from other civilizations 20. the majority of the wealth of the byzantine empire was based on a. private commercial ventures. b. tribute from neighboring states. c. the productivity of the peasantry and trade. d. military conquest of new territories.
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