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AP WH QUIZZES
THE CONFLICTS - APHG: Choose the best answer to complete the
multiple choice questions below.
1) Information about Israel can be found in the
Chronicles of Abraham
Poems of Saul
2) The basic tenets of Jewish belief and practice prohibit
murder, adultery, theft and lying
Banking, trading and traveling.
Alcohol consumption, meat eating and violence
facial hair, pastoralism, and mercantile trading
3) What was the Ark of the Covenant
The ship on which Noah saved all animals and his family during the Great Flood.
The graphic symbol of a broken circle on the Torah, symbolizing the Jewish Diaspora.
A sacred box containing the tablets of law given to Moses.
A transcription of Abraham's promise of monotheism in exchange for a "land of milk and honey"
4) Women in Israelite society were respected because they were
respected because they
Could inherit from the family estate.
Provided goods and services that sustained the family.
Could initiate divorces.
5) DIASPORA means
6) The Phoenicians developed a system of writing based on
Pictograms, which were similar to Chinese writing
Later Egyptian hieroglyphics.
An alphabet, in which each symbol represented a sound.
7) Where is Kush?
In the Nile Delta.
In the fertile plain of the Dongola Reach.
Kush was the Egyptian name for China
8) The earliest influence on Nubia was
9) Which is NOT true of the Egyptian cultural influence on Nubia.
Nubian child hostages learned the Egyptian culture, religion and language.
Nubians served as archers in the Egyptian armed forces and so learned Egyptian culture.
Nubians traded for Egyptian goods.
Nubians built massice pyramids larger than those of Egypt.
10) Why did the center of power shift to Meroe in the 4th century BCE?
There was a plague epidemic throughout Egypt.
It was a better location for agriculture and trade.
Nubia allied militarily with people in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The king Meroe was the strongest man in the Eastern Hemisphere.
11) The Olmec can be described as
A mystery culture-leaving little evidence and no legacy.
Ruling over a great empire though the use of taxes and conscripted labor.
A military power using metal weapons and unique military strategies.
Never having an empire but extending cultural influence over a wide region.
12) Which of the following about llamas is NOT true?
Llamas were the first domesticated animals in Venezuela.
Llamas were the only domesticated beasts of burden in the Americas.
Llamas were similar in their role in South America to that of the camels in Sub-Saharan trade.
Llamas provided meat and wool.
13) By 300 BCE, Celtic people were found in what regions?
Italy and Greece.
Britain and France.
Spain and Ireland.
All of These.
14) The political organization of Celts was
A centralized authoritarian structure in Germany.
An organized hierarchy based on clan affirmation throughout Europe.
Non-existent; each Celtic group was regional and followed one leader.
Led Druid leaders appointed by a king.
15) Druids were
Celtic priests in Gaul and Britain.
Keepers of henges.
The warrior elite of Germanic lands.
We don't know.
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