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Mid term Jeoprady Board 2011 Links

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    • 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 60 60 60 60 60 70 70 70 70 70 80 80 80 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 100 100 100 100 100 Rome Byzantine Islam Africa India 10 20
    • The era of peace and stability established by the Roman Empire.
    • Pax Romana
    • What does Veto mean?
    • The power to block the actions of another part of the government
    • How did Rome keep order in its conquered territories?
    • Treating its defeated enemies fairly
    • Describe a Republic.
    • Government without a king where the officials are selected by the people
    • Before Julius Caesar seized power, what was a dictator.
    • A ruler appointed by the Senate to rule for 6 months during emergencies/war
    • In the Roman Republic who were the Tribunes?
    • Officials in charge of looking out for the interests of the plebeians
    • In the Roman Republic who were the Consuls?
    • Officials in charge of running the government and commanding the army
    • Roman roads helped unite the empire; how many miles did these roads cover?
    • 53,000 miles
    • Who was the first emperor of Rome?
    • Julius Caesar
    • Which emperor made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire?
    • Constantine
    • What church did Justinian rebuild in Constantinople?
    • He Rebuilt the Hagia Sophia?
    • What was the name of the new religion of the Byzantine Empire?
    • The Eastern Orthodox Christianity
    • What laws did Justinian rewrite for Byzantium?
    • Roman Laws became the “Justinian Codes”
    • Did Justinian expand or contract the Byzantine Empire?
    • He expanded the Byzantine Empire.
    • What was unique about Constantinople’s geography?
    • It was surrounded by water on three sides
    • What is the difference between E. Orthodox and Roman Catholic priests ability to marry?
    • Eastern Orthodox priests may marry, Roman Catholic priest may not
    • Who is the head of the Eastern Orthodox Church?
    • The Patriarch is head of the Eastern Orthodox Church
    • What architectural achievement contributed to Constantinople’s defense?
    • A wall protecting the 4 th side which wasn’t protected by water.
    • What caused Constantinople to be a center for cultural diffusion?
    • It’s location at the center of trade routes between Europe and Asia
    • What was the cause of the Great Schism?
    • The Byzantine Emperor didn’t want to be ruled by the Pope in Rome
    • What is the Arabic word for “God?”
    • What is Allah?
    • What was the name of the angel who called Muhammad to be a messenger of God?
    • Gabriel
    • What was the name of the “city of the prophet?”
    • Medina
    • The Muslim term for “struggle in God’s service.”
    • Jihad
    • A society where men hold legal and moral authority.
    • Patriarchal
    • A temple in Mecca built by Abraham to worship one true God.
    • Ka’aba
    • What does the word “Islam” mean?
    • To submit to God
    • To achieve salvation, Muslims perform acts of worship known as…
    • The Five Pillars of Faith
    • One common aspect of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam is:
    • Monotheism or the belief in one God
    • The Muslim book of worship is called
    • Quran (Koran)
    • How did geography and climate affect the history of Africa?
    • Separate empires developed throughout Africa
    • The spread of Islam into the kingdoms of Ghana and Mali resulted from
    • Migration and Trade
    • Nubia developed in what part of Africa?
    • Along the Upper Nile River Valley
    • How did Ghana become so powerful?
    • It controlled the Gold-Salt trade
    • How did Sunni Ali of Songhai differ from other W. African rulers?
    • He was not Muslim
    • Axum’s location enabled it to trade with….
    • India, Arabia, and Asia
    • What was Mali’s relationship to Ghana?
    • Ghana was replaced by Mali
    • In Africa, why would the sources of salt be located near the ocean?
    • The Atlantic Ocean is a good source of salt
    • A major reason for Meroe’s success was the ability of its people to make tools and weapons from
    • Iron
    • West African merchants were willing to pay a high price for salt because
    • It was a scarce commodity in West Africa
    • River whose valley was the site if India’s first civilization
    • Indus
    • India’s social structure that began under the Aryans
    • The caste system
    • The Aryans’ collection of sacred knowledge.
    • The Vedas
    • This is the greatest, and longest Indian Epic
    • Mahabharata
    • Major religion of India that developed slowly over a long period of time.
    • Hinduism
    • Members of the lowest class in the Indian social system
    • The Untouchables
    • Birth name of the founder of Buddhism
    • Siddhartha Gautama
    • State of complete happiness and peace in Buddhism
    • Nirvana
    • Most honored Mauryan ruler, who converted to Buddhism and promoted peace.
    • Asoka
    • Name two of the three Hindu Trinity
    • Brahma Vishnu Shiva