Wednesday, 13 March 2019

History Quizz

Question 1 With fewer precedents to guide them, the population of Mesopotamia adapted and createdAnswerSocial organizationWritingAgricultural cultivationDevelopment of religionCompetition amongst different groups 1 pointsQuestion 2 The earlier urban societies so far known emerged in theAnswerFirst millennium B. C. EThird millennium B. C. ESixth millennium B. C. ESecond millennium B. C. EFourth millennium B. C. E 1 pointsQuestion 3 by and by 3000 B. C. E. exclusively Sumerian cities were ruled by what form of government?AnswerMonarchyCouncils of elders DictatorsAssemblies of citizensMilitary governors 1 pointsQuestion 4 A Babylonian resurgence of power was led in the sixth century B. C. E. byAnswerNebuchadnezzarAshurbanipalSolomonSargonHammurabi 1 pointsQuestion 5 The creator of the archetypical empire in Mesopotamia wasAnswerHammurabiMosesSargon of AkkadGilgameshNebuchadnezzar 1 pointsQuestion 6 Mesopotamian metalworkers discovered that if they alloyed slob and tin they could p roduceAnswerObsidianSteel agitate outSilverBronze 1 pointsQuestion 7 The word Mesopotamia meansAnswerThe exquisite land. The land of the strong. the blood of Gilgamesh. wedge-shaped. the land between the rivers. 1 pointsQuestion 8 Iron metallurgy came to Mesopotamia from theAnswerHebrewsHittitesPhoeniciansEgyptiansAssyrians 1 pointsQuestion 9 Enkidu wasAnswerThe Sumerian god of wisdomA leading Sumerian urban center-stateThe closely powerful Babylonian kingGilgameshs friendThe Hebrew word for holy. 1 pointsQuestion 10 Gilgamesh was associated with what urban center?AnswerJerusalemKishUrukLagashUr 1 pointsQuestion 11 Horse-drawn chariots were initial invented by theAnswerEgyptiansAssyriansHittitesBabyloniansHyksos 1 pointsQuestion 12 Eridu, Ur, Uruk, Lagash, Nippur, and Kish were all associated withAnswerEgyptNubiaPhoeniciaMesopotamiaJerusalem 1 pointsQuestion 13 The argumentational homeland of the Indo-European speakers wasAnswerMesopotamiaNorthern GermanySouthern RussiaIndi aEgypt 1 pointsQuestion 14 A Mesopotamian stepped pyramid was known as aAnswerCopticEriduLugalLex talionisZiggurat 1 pointsQuestion 15 The first complex society was developed in the southerly Mesopotamian land ofAnswerAkkadAssyriaSumerBabylonia nirvana 1 pointsQuestion 16 The closely influential ancient Indo-European migrants into southwest Asia were theAnswerAssyriansAryansHebrewsBabyloniansHittites 1 pointsQuestion 17 Which of the following languages is not of Indo-European origin?AnswerEgyptianSanskritOld PersianGreekLatin 1 pointsQuestion 18 The first simplified alphabet, containing only twenty-two letters, was created by theAnswerMesopotamiansAssyriansHebrewsPhoeniciansBabylonians 1 pointsQuestion 19 The Babylonians eventually fell in 1595 B. C. E. to theAnswerEgyptiansHittitesSumeriansHebrewsAkkadians 1 pointsQuestion 20 Mesopotamia developed intoAnswerA strict patriarchal societyA society where the sexes enjoyed relative equalityA predominantly matricentric societyA society with few social distinctionsA society dominated by a growing mercantile middle manakin Miss oneQuestion 1 During the one-eighth century B. C. E. Egypt fell under the control of the _______ for around a century.AnswerPersiansRomansGreeksBabyloniansKushites 1 pointsQuestion 2 Meroitic writingAnswerHas now been completely translatedExpressed the general Egyptian optimism with lifeWas introduced into India by the Indo-EuropeansWas a Nubian script that borrowed Egyptian hieroglyphsCannot be read because its simply in any case different than its base cuneiform 1 pointsQuestion 3 just about _______ B. C. E. , peoples of the eastern Sudan started to domesticate cattle and became nomadic herders.Answer25,00018,000900040001500 1 pointsQuestion 4 In Africa, iron metallurgyAnswerWas introduced by Persian merchantsDid not appear until afterwards the rise of trans-Saharan tradeArose independentlyBegan after an odd meeting between a Kushite king and the Egyptian explorer HarkhufWas imported into the continent by trade with the Mesopotamians 1 pointsQuestion 5 The most vigorous of all New Kingdom pharaohs was __________, who led his troops into Palestine and Syria and who evenreceived tribute from the Mesopotamian metropolis-states.AnswerAhmosisMenesSargon of AkkadTuthmosis IIIHatshepsut 1 pointsQuestion 6 By spread head their language across a huge stretch of Africa, the Bantu play a role similar to that played by theAnswerIndo-EuropeansMongolsXiongnuVisigothsBabylonians 1 pointsQuestion 7 Hatshepsut wasAnswerA Mesopotamian king of the godsThe Hebrew term for their godThe first conqueror to unite all of MesopotamiaA woman who ruled Egypt as pharaohThe most important early city of the Harappan society 1 pointsQuestion 8 The Egyptian god of the snake pit wasAnswerAmon-ReAtenHorusOsirisPtah 1 pointsQuestion 9 The Bantu probably began their migrations because ofAnswerInvasions from the Mediterranean basinA conscious desire for conquestThe bane of epidemic diseaseA desi re to spread their monotheistic faithPopulation pressures 1 pointsQuestion 10 The largest Egyptian pyramids were built during theAnswerMiddle KingdomOld KingdomNew KingdomArchaic periodSecond Intermediary period 1 pointsQuestion 11 The early Sudanic societies accept a single divine force as the source of unsloped and evil, and they associated it withAnswerFireThe oceanThe sunRainThe moon 1 pointsQuestion 12 The Bantu originally came from aroundAnswerThe Swahili areaModern twenty-four hours NigeriaFar southern AfricaEgyptModern day Algeria 1 pointsQuestion 13 Which of the following societies began the custom of embalming to relieve the body for its life after death?AnswerEgyptMesopotamiaIndiaChinaPersia 1 pointsQuestion 14 Around 760 B. C. E. The Kushite King KashtaAnswerOfficially converted to the Egyptian godsFounded a dynasty that ruled Egypt for around a hundred yearsFormed a long-lasting trading agreement with Egypt, marking their first contactSurrendered to Assyrian dominat ionSurrendered to Egyptian domination 1 pointsQuestion 15 The Greek words significance holy inscriptions refers toAnswerHieroglyphsCuneiformThe Old TestamentThe Phoenician alphabetThe Coptic script 1 pointsQuestion 16 __________s is the largest of all the pyramids.AnswerSargon of AkkadKhufuHyksosMenesGiza 1 pointsQuestion 17 The Hyksos wereAnswerNomads who eventually settled around the city of BabylonExternal invaders who helped bring about the end of the Egyptian Middle KingdomMesopotamian kingsThe priestly class in ancient EgyptDemons who punished the wicked in the Egyptian underworld 1 pointsQuestion 18 Around 3100 B. C. E. , the conqueror Menes founded ________, a city that would religious service as the capital for early Egypt.AnswerHeliopolisKermaUruk MemphisThebes 1 pointsQuestion 19 Osiris judged whether or not souls were worthy for immortality byAnswerWeighing their hearts against a feather symbolizing justiceTheir culmination of a journey full of testsThe individuals lev el of sincere faith in Osiris as a redeemerExamining their holiness at the moment of their deathTheir adherence to the code of Hammurabi 1 pointsQuestion 20 Horse-drawn chariots and bronze weapons were introduced into Egypt by theAnswerHyksosBabyloniansKushitesHarappansQin

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