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1

Was it during Neolithic or Paleolithic that is associated with domestication of plants?

Neolithic

2

During Neolithic or Paleolithic was the first use of stone chipping instruments?

Paleolithic

3

What ended hunting, gathering, and fishing of prehistoric people?

Development of agriculture

4

The Tigris-Euphrates Valley was the site of which 2 primary ancient civilization?

A. Babylonian and Assyrian
B. Sumerian and Egytian
c. Hyksos and Hurrian
D. Persian and Phoencian

Babylonian and Assyrian

5

What ancient civilization created the wheel?

Sumerians

6

___________ by the Sumerians was the first epic tail.

Epic of Gilgamesh

7

What ancient civilization lived in the Middle East?

Mesopatanian

8

Persiansand Chaldans had what type of government?

Autocratic

9

Hytittes were in modern day ____________ and conquered by Assyrians.

Turkey

10

Who came from the Khaur River Valley in northern Mesopotamia?

A. Assyrian
B. Sumerian
c. Hurrian
D. Persian

Hurrian

11

The Persians had a succession of empires based in the area today known as ___________.

Iran

12

Islam
Christianity
Judiasm

All stem from?

Abraham

13

The languages of German, Hindi, and Italian are all part of what language family?

Indo-European

14

Mass production was spearheaded by Americas _________________ in his campaign to create the first truly affordable automobile, the Model T. Ford.

Henry Ford

15

The Punic Wars (264-146 BCE) were fought between Rome and ____________.

A. Persia
B. Carthage

Carthage

16

The principle of zero in math is the discovery of the ancient civilizations found in:

A. Egypt
B. Persia
C. India
D. Babylon

India - Maurya Empire

17

The alphabet was developed by an ancient civilization found in:

A. Egypt
B. Persia
C. India
D. Babylon

Persia

18

Hammurabi's Code was developed by an ancient civilization found in:

A. Egypt
B. Persia
C. India
D. Babylon

Babylon

19

The native metaphysical outlook of Japan, usually characterized as a religion is:

A. Tao
B. Shinto
C. Hindu
D. Sunni

B. Shinto

20

______ is the Chinese philosophical work and a religious tradition sourced in China.

A. Tao
B. Shinto
C. Hindu
D. Sunni

Tao

21

Persian Empire ruled by Cyrus the great and battles between Persians and the Greeks -- Greeks won! This is all part of what set of wars?

Persian Wars

22

_________ is the system of rituals and belief honoring the deities and spirits believed to be native to the landscape and inhabitants of Japan.

A. Tao
B. Shinto
C. Hindu
D. Sunni

Shinto

23

_______ is a branch of Islam, along with Shiite.

A. Tao
B. Shinto
C. Hindu
D. Sunni

Sunni

24

Byzantine Empire was defeated _________ who were Muslims and turned Constantinople into Istanbul. Also they were the ones who turned Hagia-Sophia into a mosque.

Ottoman-Turks

25

What Holy Roman Emperor was forced to do public penance because of his conflict with Pope Gregory VII over lay investiture of the clergy?

A. Charlemagne
B. Henry IV
C. Charles V
D. Henry VIII

B. Henry IV

26

At which meeting was the Trinity affirmed?

A. Council of Nicea
B. Diet of Worms
C. Coucil of Trent
D. Council of Chalcedon

Council of Nicea

27

At which meeting where people decided what to do with Martin Luther's 95 complaints, which eventually excommunicated him?

A. Council of Nicea
B. Diet of Worms
C. Council of Trent
D. Council of Chalcedon

Diet of Worms

28

______ was a conference where Catholic church decided what needed to be changed in regards to what Martin Luther complained about, and how to fix the Catholic Church.

Council of Trent

29

Who was associated with creating the Protestant Church?

Martin Luther

30

_______ created the 95 grievances -- 95 Theses -- because he thought Catholic Church was corrupt.

Martin Luther

31

3 main branches of Protestant are:

1. Luthernism (Martin Luther)
2. Calvinism (John Calvin)
3. Anglicinism (Church of England).

32

King Henry VIII created the __________ (Anglecanism) when he wanted to divorce his wife.

Church of England

33

Out of the three, which one believed in pre-destination?

1. Luthernism (Martin Luther)
2. Calvinism (John Calvin)
3. Anglicinism (Church of England).

Calvinism

34

Which of these confirmed the humanity of Christ by affirming that Virgin Mary was indeed his human mother and therefore worth of the Greek title Theotokos ("God Bearer")?

A. Council of Nicea
B. Diet of Worms
C. Council of Trent
D. Council of Chalcedon

D. Council of Chalcedon

35

Counter\Catholic-Reformation was counter to what?

Protestant Reformation

36

Great Britain became the center of technological and industrial development during the 19th century chiefly on the basis of:

A. Central location relative to the population centers of Europe
B. Colonial conquests and miltiary victories over European Powers
C. Reliance on exterior sources of financing
D. Resources of coal and production of steal

D. Resources of coal and production of steal

37

What is the name given to the overthrow of the last Catholic British Monarch, James II, in favor of his Protestant Daughter, Mary and her husband, the Dutch Prince William of Orange.

Glorious Revolution (1688-1689)

38

_______ disintegrated after the Cold War ended which gave rise to ethnic tensions and Mislosevics "ethnic cleansing."

Yugoslavia

39

Slobodan Milosevic rose to power after what country broke apart?

A. Rwanda
B. Serbia
C. Croatia
D. Yugoslavia

Yugoslavia