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Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.06 MC)Which of the following does not represent an architectural advancement brought about by the Byzantine Empire? the construction of an aqueduct the construction of triumphal arches in the Milion the construction of a hippodrome the construction of a theatre

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Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.07 MC)What was the most significant cultural change to the Byzantine Empire after the Ottoman's invasion? the creation of more prominent roles for woman within society Islam became the primary religion of the region formerly controlled by the Byzantines a drastic change in architectural styles from traditional Byzantine influence the complete removal of authority from the Patriarch of Constantinople by Mehmet Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.07 MC)Which of the following is an example of the blending of Byzantine and Ottoman culture following the rise of the Ottoman Turks? The Ottomans encouraged Christians to continue practicing their faith in the conquered lands. The Ottomans converted the Hagia Sophia church into a grand Mosque. The Ottomans refused to make Islam the established religion for the Empire The Ottoman Sultan was also made the head of the Orthodox Church. Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.05 MC)Use the image of Constantine the Great and the Roman sun god to answer the following question: Image of a gold coin showing Constantine with a Roman sun god. Public Domain What does this image suggest about Constantine? He objected to the use of Christian imagery. He attempted to integrate Muslim and Christian ideas. He understood that he ruled an empire with many faiths. He required that his close advisors convert to Christianity. Question 6 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.06 MC)What was one result of the collapse of the Western Roman Empire? Justinian I was unable to reclaim Spain. The city of Constantinople was taken over by the Ostrogoths. The bubonic plague killed millions in the Mediterranean region. The Byzantine Empire lost control of North Africa. Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.06 MC)Which of the following was a consequence of the collapse of the Western Roman Empire? The Byzantine Empire flourished. The Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches merged. The Byzantine Empire adopted Christianity as the official religion. The Byzantine Empire collapsed. Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.05 HC)Which of the following statements about the idea of combining secular government with religious authority in the Roman and Byzantine Empires is true? As the Byzantine Empire matured, the pope replaced the Roman emperor as the highest power. Unlike the Roman era, in the era of Constantine the Great the patriarch and the emperor ruled jointly. Constantine's efforts to rule in church affairs within the Byzantine Empire marked a change in the relationship between the church and government. The pope was a political force in the late Roman Empire, but not in the early Byzantine Empire. Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.02 MC)Which of the following best describes the significance of hajj for Muslims? It serves as a test of whether their faith can endure hardship. It serves as a day of rest and worship. It is a way to honor the pilgrimage their founder made. It is a way to make sure all food is prepared properly. Question 10 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.05 MC)Read the description of Justinian from Procopius. Use the excerpt to answer the following question: How could anyone put Justinian's ways into words? These and many even worse vices were disclosed in him as in no other mortal: nature seemed to have taken the wickedness of all other men combined and planted it in this man's soul. And besides this, he was too prone to listen to accusations; and too quick to punish. For he decided such cases without full examination, naming the punishment when he had heard only the accuser's side of the matter. Without hesitation he wrote decrees for the plundering of countries, sacking of cities, and slavery of whole nations, for no cause whatever. So that if one wished to take all the calamities which had befallen the Romans before this time and weigh them against his crimes, I think it would be found that more men had been murdered by this single man than in all previous history. —Public Domain Based on this excerpt, what can be deduced about the reputation of Justinian? Justinian's careful decisions made him many enemies during his time. The reputation of Justinian as a strict follower of the law was not shared by all contemporaries. The reputation of Justinian as a plunderer was shared by most in his time. Justinian had a reputation of being a careful military strategist but a brutal conqueror. Question 11 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.06 LC)The following map shows the Byzantine Empire in 565 AD (CE), 1020 AD (CE), and 1360 AD (CE). Use the map to answer the following question: Map of the Byzantine Empire showing the empire’s extent in 565 AD, 1020 AD, and 1360 AD. By 565 AD the empire included most of the North African coastline, parts of southern Spain, all of Italy, southeast Europe, Asia Minor, and the western Middle East. By 1020 AD the size of the empire was limited to only southeast Europe, southern Italy, and Asia Minor. By 1360 AD the size of the empire was reduced to only parts of southeast Europe, primarily to the west of Constantinople. © 2012 The Exploration Company What does the map show about the Byzantine Empire's territory at its height around 565 AD (CE)? The Byzantine Empire controlled most of the African continent. The Byzantine Empire controlled a small portion of southwestern Europe. The Byzantine Empire controlled all access to the Black Sea. The Byzantine Empire controlled most of northern Europe. Question 12 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.06 LC)The following map shows the Byzantine Empire in 565 AD (CE), 1020 AD (CE), and 1360 AD (CE). Use the map to answer the following question: Map of the Byzantine Empire showing the empire’s extent in 565 AD, 1020 AD, and 1360 AD. By 565 AD the empire included most of the North African coastline, parts of southern Spain, all of Italy, southeast Europe, Asia Minor, and the western Middle East. By 1020 AD the size of the empire was limited to only southeast Europe, southern Italy, and Asia Minor. By 1360 AD the size of the empire was reduced to only parts of southeast Europe, primarily to the west of Constantinople. © 2012 The Exploration Company Which of the following is a difference between the Byzantine Empire in 565 A.D. (CE) and 1020 A.D. (CE)? In 565, the Byzantine Empire included parts of Spain, but in 1020 it did not. In 565, the Byzantine Empire included Constantinople, but in 1020 it did not. In 565, the Byzantine Empire included Asia Minor, but in 1020 it did not. In 565, the Byzantine Empire included southern Italy, but in 1020 it did not. Question 13 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.05 LC)Which emperor built the landmark church of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople? Constantine Justinian Leo I Alexius Question 14 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.03 MC)What was the primary effect of cultural exchange between Europe and the Islamic world? Europeans learned from the Muslims to respect other religions. Muslim goods and knowledge led to some advancements in European society. European monarchs began to drive the Muslims out of Europe. European Christians and Jews adopted some of the religious views of Islam. Question 15 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.03 MC)What impact did the Frankish leader Charles Martel have on Christian Europe's relations with Muslim Spain in the eighth century? He negotiated a clear border between Spain and France. He stopped the Muslim advance from Spain into France. He welcomed ambassadors and scholars from Moorish Spain. He established a Christian kingdom in a corner of northern Spain. Question 16 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.03 MC)Which of the following is not true of the expansion of Islam into India? Babur and Akbar were the first two rulers of the Mughal Empire. Tensions often developed between Muslims and Hindus. The Mamluks preceded the Mughals, establishing a Muslim empire in the 12th century. During the 16th century, the Mughals peacefully expanded into India. Question 17 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.03 MC)What was the effect of Mamluk warriors pushing into India? The Delhi Sultanate was formed. Muslim armies from the south pushed north into Asia. Muslim Mongol nomads settled in India with their herds. Hinduism became the dominant religion in India. Question 18 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.07 MC)What role did merchants from Venice, Italy play in the decline of the Byzantine Empire? They competed successfully with the Byzantines for trade with Asia. They gained positions in the Byzantine court and misled the emperors. They advised the pope in his diplomatic efforts against the Byzantines. They became allies of the Muslim caliphates, financing the latter's armies. Question 19 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points) (01.03/4 MC)Which of the following best describes the central reason for the division between Shi'a and Sunni Islam? Shi'a Muslims rejected the idea of expanding Islam. Sunni Muslims rejected the idea that blood should determine religious leadership. Shi'a Muslims wanted to center the religion around the city of Medina. Sunni Muslims thought that there were too many pagan remnants in Islam.

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The answer to all of them is A. YOLO

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the asnwer to 13 is answer B

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