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Choose the letter of the best answer.
1. What European nation profited most from trade with the East in the years directly following the Crusades?
A. Italy
B. Spain
C. France
D. England
2. Which nation did Prince Henry help to take the lead in overseas exploration?
A. Italy
B. Spain
C. Portugal
D. the Netherlands
3. In the 1400s, what was the most important trade good from the East?
A. tea
B. silk
C. spices
D. porcelain
4. Bartolomeu Dias captained the first European ship to sail what route?
A. west across the Atlantic Ocean
B. along the West Coast of Africa
C. across the Indian Ocean to India
D. around the southern tip of Africa
5. What did Vasco da Gama succeed in gaining for Portugal?
A. control of the Spice Islands
B. a sea route between Portugal and India
C. a sea route between Portugal and China
D. profitable trade with the Philippine Islands
6. The Line of Demarcation established a boundary between which two regions?
A. Portugal and Spain
B. claimed and unclaimed lands
C. new lands Portugal could claim and those Spain could claim
D. the part of the world that was under the pope's control and the part that was not
7. By the 1700s, which nation's East India Company dominated the Indian Ocean trade?
A. France
B. England
C. Portugal
D. the Netherlands
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Select the letter of the term, name, or phrase that best matches each description. Note: Some letters may not be used
at all. Some may be used more than once. (#’s 8-18)
A. Korea
B. Dutch
C. Kangxi
D. Yonglo
E. Chinese
AB. Hongwu
AC. Mongols
AD. Manchus
AE. Zheng He
BC. Qian-long
BD. Netherlands
BE. Great Britain
CD. Qing Dynasty
CE. Ming Dynasty
8. This dynasty was founded in the mid 1600s.
9. The Qing Dynasty was founded by a member of this group.
10. This son of peasants founded the Ming Dynasty.
11. This dynasty included the rulers Kangxi and Qian-long.
12. This dynasty ruled China following the end of Mongol rule.
13. This nation was a vassal state of China during the Qing Dynasty.
14. This Chinese ruler attempted to expand China's tribute system by sponsoring voyages of
15. This Chinese ruler moved the Chinese capital to Beijing, where he built the palace complex known as the
Forbidden City.
16. This nation's trade representatives won the favor of Chinese emperors by accepting restrictions on trade,
paying tribute, and kowtowing.
17. This Chinese Muslim explorer led seven voyages of exploration to places such as Southeast Asia, India,
Arabia, and eastern Africa.
18. This emperor ruled China for 60 years. He won popularity with the people by reducing government expenses
and cutting taxes and won the support of the intellectuals by offering them government positions.
Choose the letter of the best answer.
19. Under Japan's new system of feudalism, the daimyo were
A. warlords.
B. emperors.
C. religious leaders.
D. peasant foot soldiers.
20. The Tokugawa Shogunate was a type of
A. cultural institution.
B. religious authority.
C. military government.
D. commercial partnership or organization.
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21. Kabuki is a type of
A. music.
B. drama.
C. poetry.
D. religion.
22. The leader whose rule ended the "warring states" period, even though he did not succeed in unifying
Japan, was
A. Oda Nobunaga.
B. Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
C. Tokugawa Ieyasu.
D. Tokugawa Hidetada.
23. In 1600, the person who finally completed the long process of unifying Japan was
A. Matsuo Basho.
B. Oda Nobunaga.
C. Tokugawa Ieyasu.
D. Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
24. Haiku is a type of
A. literature.
B. ritual suicide.
C. fortified castle.
D. riddle in Zen Buddhism.
25. Tokugawa Ieyasu used the "alternate attendance policy" to control the
A. daimyo.
B. peasants.
C. merchants.
D. foreign traders.
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