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1

Which of the following was a motivating factor factor for people to settle in the Ganges plain?

Fertile, well watered soil

2

The most serious threats to the Vedic religion came from?

Jainism and Buddhism

3

India's first centralized empire was formed by who?

Chandragupta mauya

4

Ashoka extended the boundaries of his empire and later converted to which religion?

Buddhism

5

As in Mesopotamia, Greece, and China, the role of women in India..

Declined as the social structure became more complex

6

Among the early converts to Buddhism way were..,

Women, as a way to gain more freedom

7

In Southeast Asia, the first political units...

Took parts of Indian culture that were useful to them and synthesized them with indigenous, belief, values, and institution

8

The first major center in Southeast Asia was Funan, in modern day?

Vietnam

9

While the dominant population of Southeast Asia is Malay, culturally it is?

Mainly Indian

10

Most of india's
Earliest writings are?

Historiography

11

The most essential activity in early Rome was?

Farming

12

In Roman families, the authority figure was the oldest male. This situation is called what?

Paterfamilias

13

Unlike Greeks, the Romans

Granted roman citizenship to conquered people

14

One of the major impacts of the Pax Romana was?

That facilitation of trade

15

One of the most enduring consequences of the Roman Empire was?

Spread Latin language

16

The Romans originally viewed Christians negatively because?

Their monotheism kept them from worshiping Roman Empire

17

As the western Roman Empire collapsed in 500s, Rome

Remained a center for the Christian church

18

By the early Han dynasty, China's population had

Grown because intensive agriculture practices

19

Like Rome, the Qin and Han

Faced similar problems with defense of empire.
Had to delegate autonomy to local officials.
Built thousands of roads for trade

20

Qin and Han emperors had to alloy themselves with the gentry as one strategy to weaken the rural aristocrats. On China, the gentry were the?

Class of prosperous, educated families, below artistocrats

21

Which of the following is true of the Han empire collapsed?

Nomadic bands raided, official corruption, peasant uprising

22

Which of the following is true of the Rome and Han dynasty?

Rome and Han armies were made up of mercenary solders

23

Indian societies , like many other societies, developed easy to regulate relations between different groups, on of these ways was through?

The Varna system