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  1. What is the scientific name for man?

    1.   ?    Hominid

    2.   ?    Lucy

    3.   ?    Homo Sapiens

    4.   ?    Paleolithic

  2. On what continent do scientists believe that mankind began?

    1.   ?    Africa

    2.   ?    Europe

    3.   ?    Asia

    4.   ?    North America

  3. What term means Old Stone Age?

    1.   ?    Paleolithic

    2.   ?    Lucy

    3.   ?    Homo Sapiens

    4.   ?    Neolithic

  4. What term means New Stone Age?

    1.   ?    Paleolithic

    2.   ?    Hominid

    3.   ?    Neolithic

    4.   ?    Nomadic

  5. Scientists believe that early man had this type of language.

    1.   ?    Oral

    2.   ?    Written

  6. lascaux.jpgPaleolithic man mastered the use of
    this to help control his environment.

    1.   ?    Weaving

    2.   ?    Fire

    3.   ?    Pottery

    4.   ?    Agriculture

  7. The discovery of this is what shifted Paleolithic man into the Neolithic Age?

    1.   ?    Fire

    2.   ?    Clothing

    3.   ?    Pottery

    4.   ?    Agriculture

  8. The ____________ of animals in the Neolithic period helped early man to stop being nomadic.

    1.   ?    Killing

    2.   ?    Domestication

    3.   ?    Hunting

    4.   ?    None of the above

  9. Archaeologists use this test to determine the date/age of organic artifacts.

    1.   ?    Uranium Dating

    2.   ?    Silicon Dating

    3.   ?    Gold Dating

    4.   ?    Radiocarbon Dating

  10. stonehenge1.jpgStonehenge, pictured here, 
    was built during what period of human history?

    1.   ?    Paleolithic Age

    2.   ?    Neolithic Age

    3.   ?    Bronze Age

    4.   ?    Copper Age

  11. hieroglyphics2.jpgIn what river valley did ancient Egyptian civilization emerge?

    1.   ?    Tigris and Euphrates

    2.   ?    Huang He

    3.   ?    Indus

    4.   ?    Nile

  12. Arc of farmable land stretching from the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf.

    1.   ?    Fertile Triangle

    2.   ?    Fertile Crescent

    3.   ?    Fertile Circle

    4.   ?    Fertile Square

  13. This group from the ancient middle east is responsible for spreading the alphabet around the Mediterranean region.

    1.   ?    Egyptians

    2.   ?    Babylonians

    3.   ?    Assyrians

    4.   ?    Phoenicians

  14. kingtut.jpgKings of ancient Egypt were known
    as ____________________.

    1.   ?    Emperor

    2.   ?    King

    3.   ?    Pharaoh

    4.   ?    Vizier

  15. hammurabi.jpgFirst written law code, collected by one of the king of ancient Babylon.

    1.   ?    Hammurabi's code

    2.   ?    Sargon's Code

    3.   ?    King Tut's Code

    4.   ?    Nebuchadnezzar's Code

  16. cuneiform1.jpgWhat is the name of this, the first written language?

    1.   ?    Hieroglyphics

    2.   ?    Demotic

    3.   ?    Cuneiform

    4.   ?    Sanskrit

  17. With the exception of the Hebrews, most peoples of the ancient Middle east were _______________________.

    1.   ?    Monotheistic

    2.   ?    Polytheistic

    3.   ?    Atheist

    4.   ?    Christian

  18. persianempire.jpgThis group conquered the greatest empire of the Ancient Middle East. Their ruler Cyrus the Great released the Hebrews from the Babylonian Captivity.

    1.   ?    Babylonian Empire

    2.   ?    Egyptian Empire

    3.   ?    Sumerian Empire

    4.   ?    Persian Empire

  19. ancientmideastmap.jpgAccording to the map, what letter is Sumer?

    1.   ?    H

    2.   ?    B

    3.   ?    E

    4.   ?    G

  20. This group invaded India through the Khyber pass, suppressing the Dravidian culture.

    1.   ?    Aryans

    2.   ?    Persians

    3.   ?    Chinese

    4.   ?    Koreans

  21. India experienced its Golden Age under the leadership of this group.

    1.   ?    Maurya

    2.   ?    Persians

    3.   ?    Guptas

    4.   ?    Hindus

  22. mapindiaandchina.jpgAccording to the map, which letter is the Indus River?

    1.   ?    C

    2.   ?    J

    3.   ?    H

    4.   ?    None of the above

  23. Which religion believes in Karma, Dharma, Reincarnation, Samsara, and the Caste System?

    1.   ?    Buddhism

    2.   ?    Islam

    3.   ?    Christianity

    4.   ?    Hinduism

  24. This religion was founded by Siddhartha Gautama.

    1.   ?    Hinduism

    2.   ?    Buddhism

    3.   ?    Christianity

    4.   ?    Zoroastrianism

  25. buddhakamakura.jpgThe core teachings of Buddhism are the Four Noble Truths and the _________________________.

    1.   ?    Fourfold Path

    2.   ?    Tripitika

    3.   ?    Eightfold Path

    4.   ?    Samsara

  26. This trade route facilitated trade between China and the West.

    1.   ?    Cotton Road

    2.   ?    Nylon Road

    3.   ?    Porcelain Road

    4.   ?    Silk Road

  27. terracottaarmyh.jpgThis Chinese emperor unified China,
    built the Great Wall, 
    and constructed the Terra Cotta Army.

    1.   ?    Qin Shihuangdi

    2.   ?    Confucius

    3.   ?    Wudi

    4.   ?    Lui Bang

  28. mapindiaandchina.jpgAccording to the map, 
    what letter shows the Huang He river, 
    also known as the River of Sorrows?

    1.   ?    C

    2.   ?    J

    3.   ?    H

    4.   ?    A

  29. This Chinese philosophy stressed filial piety, education, and following the five relationships essential for a functional society.

    1.   ?    Legalism

    2.   ?    Confucianism

    3.   ?    Daoism

    4.   ?    Buddhism

  30. yinyang.jpgWhich Chinese philosophy uses this
    symbol to represent balance and harmony in the universe?

    1.   ?    Legalism

    2.   ?    Buddhism

    3.   ?    Hinduism

    4.   ?    Daoism

  31. This Indian ruler is greatly responsible for spreading Buddhism from India throughout Asia.

    1.   ?    Wudi

    2.   ?    Confucius

    3.   ?    Asoka

    4.   ?    Laozi

  32. mapancientgreece.jpg>Which letter represents the 
    Greek city-state of Athens?

    1.   ?    J

    2.   ?    D

    3.   ?    F

    4.   ?    G

  33. Which early Greek city-state controlled access to the Hellespont (Dardanelles Strait)?

    1.   ?    Troy

    2.   ?    Athens

    3.   ?    Sparta

    4.   ?    Ionia

  34. spartanbattle.jpgIn which war did Sparta and Athens
    work together to defeat an enemy Empire?

    1.   ?    Peloponnesian War

    2.   ?    Punic War

    3.   ?    Persian Wars

    4.   ?    Hundred Years War

  35. mapancientgreece.jpgWhich letter on the map represents the Aegean Sea?

    1.   ?    C

    2.   ?    E

    3.   ?    H

    4.   ?    G

  36. zeusolympia1.jpgWhich Greek god was the king of the gods?

    1.   ?    Apollo

    2.   ?    Poseidon

    3.   ?    Hades

    4.   ?    Zeus

  37. athena.jpg
    This Greek goddess was the goddess of wisdom.

    1.   ?    Aphrodite

    2.   ?    Athena

    3.   ?    Minerva

    4.   ?    Hera

  38. aphrodite.jpg
    Which Greek goddess was the
    goddess of love and beauty?

    1.   ?    Hera

    2.   ?    Juno

    3.   ?    Athena

    4.   ?    Aphrodite

  39. Which choice gives the forms of governments for the city-state of Athens in the correct order?

    1.   ?    Tyranny, Monarchy, Aristocracy, Democracy

    2.   ?    Democracy, Monarchy, Aristocracy, Tyranny

    3.   ?    Monarchy, Aristocracy, Tyranny, Democracy

    4.   ?    Tyranny, Democracy, Aristocracy, Monarchy

  40. Ancient Athens was the first city-state to develop this type of Government.

    1.   ?    Democracy

    2.   ?    Tyranny

    3.   ?    Monarchy

    4.   ?    Oligarchy

  41. Who was ruler during the golden age of Athens?pericles.jpg

    1.   ?    Solon

    2.   ?    Draco

    3.   ?    Pericles

    4.   ?    Socrates

  42. .socrates.jpgThis Greek Philosopher said that people would 
    only understand themselves by questioning
    what they believed

    1.   ?    Socrates

    2.   ?    Aristotle

    3.   ?    Plato

    4.   ?    Sophocles

  43. .archimedeseureka.jpgThis Greek Mathematician discovered how
    to measure volume and created a type of well

    1.   ?    Euclid

    2.   ?    Pythagoras

    3.   ?    Archimedes

    4.   ?    Socrates

  44. .sophocles.jpgGreek Tragic Playwright who
    wrote Oedipus Rex

    1.   ?    Euripides

    2.   ?    Aristophanes

    3.   ?    Sophocles

    4.   ?    Aeschylus

  45. aristotle.jpgGreek philosopher who was the
    tutor of Alexander the Great

    1.   ?    Socrates

    2.   ?    Aristotle

    3.   ?    Plato

    4.   ?    Aristophanes

  46. .homer.jpgThis man is credited with creating the Iliad and Odyssey

    1.   ?    Aristophanes

    2.   ?    Plato

    3.   ?    Socrates

    4.   ?    Homer

  47. Which Greek city-state formed the Peloponnesian league to counter the Delian league, eventually leading to the Peloponnesian war.

    1.   ?    Athens

    2.   ?    Troy

    3.   ?    Sparta

    4.   ?    Corinth

  48. phillipiimacedon.jpgWho was the father of Alexander the Great. 
    He first conquered the Greek states prior to his assassination.

    1.   ?    Aristotle

    2.   ?    Philip II of Macedon

    3.   ?    Cyrus the Great

    4.   ?    Darius

  49. alexmap.gif
    Whose great empire is pictured here?

    1.   ?    Cyrus the Great

    2.   ?    Philip II

    3.   ?    Alexander the Great

    4.   ?    Julius Caesar

  50. alexanderthegreat.jpgWhat do historians call the culture created by Alexander the Great?

    1.   ?    Greco-Roman Culture

    2.   ?    Roman Culture

    3.   ?    Hellenistic Culture

    4.   ?    Egyptian Culture

  51. torah.jpgWhat is the holy book of Judaism?

    1.   ?    The Quran

    2.   ?    The Bible

    3.   ?    The Torah

    4.   ?    The Tripitika

  52. What was the written law code of the Hebrews?

    1.   ?    Hammurabi's Code

    2.   ?    The Ten Commandments

    3.   ?    Confucius

    4.   ?    The Eightfold Path

  53. What man was the founder of Judaism?

    1.   ?    Moses

    2.   ?    Jesus

    3.   ?    Solomon

    4.   ?    Abraham

  54. corinthian.jpgcorinthiancolumn.jpgWhat type
    of column is this?

    1.   ?    Doric

    2.   ?    Ionic

    3.   ?    Corinthian

  55. What mountain range helped to provide a natural barrier for Rome and Italy?

    1.   ?    Ural Mountains

    2.   ?    Alps

    3.   ?    Rocky Mountains

    4.   ?    Andes Mountains

  56. mapancinetrome.jpgWhat letter represents the city of Rome?

    1.   ?    A

    2.   ?    C

    3.   ?    H

    4.   ?    J

  57. mapancinetrome.jpgWhat letter represents Carthage, Rome's adversary in the Punic Wars.

    1.   ?    A

    2.   ?    C

    3.   ?    H

    4.   ?    J

  58. What Roman god was the god of the Sea?poseidon.jpg

    1.   ?    Neptune

    2.   ?    Jupiter

    3.   ?    Hades

    4.   ?    Juno

  59. diana.jpgWhat Roman god is the goddess of the hunt?

    1.   ?    Juno

    2.   ?    Venus

    3.   ?    Diana

    4.   ?    Minerva

  60. Upper-class Romans in the Roman Republic were known as ___________________.

    1.   ?    Plebeians

    2.   ?    Senators

    3.   ?    Gladiators

    4.   ?    Patricians

  61. Lower class citizens during the Roman Republic were known as _____________.

    1.   ?    Plebeians

    2.   ?    Patricians

    3.   ?    Slaves

    4.   ?    Tribunes

  62. The lawmaking body of the Roman Republic.

    1.   ?    Tribune

    2.   ?    Estates-General

    3.   ?    Parliament

    4.   ?    Senate

  63. Representatives who were elected for the Plebeians in the Roman Republic.

    1.   ?    Senators

    2.   ?    Tribunes

    3.   ?    Vetoes

    4.   ?    Pages

  64. The first codification of Roman laws was called the ___________________________.

    1.   ?    Twelve Tables

    2.   ?    Law of Nations

    3.   ?    Ten Commandments

    4.   ?    Hammurabi's Code

  65. hannibal.jpgWhat Carthaginian General
    led his elephants over the Alps
    in the Second Punic War.

    1.   ?    Octavian

    2.   ?    Jujus Caesar

    3.   ?    Hannibal

    4.   ?    Philip II

  66. Who were the members of the First Roman Triumvirate?

    1.   ?    Crassus, Pompey, and Octavian

    2.   ?    Octavian, Leipdus, Mark Antony

    3.   ?    Crassus, Pompey, and Julius Caesar

    4.   ?    Crassus, Cleopatra, Julius Caesar

  67. julius_caesar_bust.jpgWhat Roman General was appointed Dictator for Life bringing about an end to the Roman Republic?

    1.   ?    Julius Caesar

    2.   ?    Augustus Caesar

    3.   ?    Nero

    4.   ?    Mark Antony

  68. How did Julius Caesar die?

    1.   ?    He was assassinated by the army.

    2.   ?    He was assassinated by Mark Antony.

    3.   ?    He was assassinated by members of the Senate.

    4.   ?    He was assassinated by his wife.

  69. caesaraugustus.jpgWho was the first emperor of the Roman Empire?

    1.   ?    Julius Caesar

    2.   ?    Octavian

    3.   ?    Augustus Caesar

    4.   ?    Mark Antony

  70. What was the 200 year period of peace in the Roman Empire?

    1.   ?    The Pax Romana

    2.   ?    The Twelve Tables

    3.   ?    The Law of Nations

    4.   ?    Justinian’s Code

  71. Who was the founder of Christianity?

    1.   ?    Abraham

    2.   ?    Moses

    3.   ?    Jesus

    4.   ?    Muhammad

  72. What is the name of this
    Roman temple?pantheon1.jpgpantheoninterior.jpg

    1.   ?    Parthenon

    2.   ?    Pantheon

    3.   ?    Aqueduct

    4.   ?    Colosseum

  73. colosseum.jpgWhat is this Roman architectural achievement?

    1.   ?    Pantheon

    2.   ?    Aqueduct

    3.   ?    Colosseum

    4.   ?    Circus Maximus

  74. Which Roman Emperor divided the empire into east and west?

    1.   ?    Diocletian

    2.   ?    Constantine

    3.   ?    Augustus

    4.   ?    Nero

  75. Which Roman poet wrote the Aeneid?

    1.   ?    Homer

    2.   ?    Virgil

    3.   ?    Pythagoras

    4.   ?    Sophocles

  76. What Roman Emperor relocated the Capital of the Eastern Empire over the city of Byzantium?

    1.   ?    Diocletian

    2.   ?    Constantine

    3.   ?    Marcus Aurelius

    4.   ?    Augustus Caesar

  77. This apostle of Jesus was greatly responsible for spreading Christianity throughout the Roman Empire.

    1.   ?    Matthew

    2.   ?    Mark

    3.   ?    Paul

    4.   ?    Luke

  78. What was the language of the Roman (Western) Empire?

    1.   ?    English

    2.   ?    Latin

    3.   ?    French

    4.   ?    Spanish

  79. This Byzantine Emperor accomplished many things including a codification of laws, the Hagia Sophia, and the expansion of his empire.

    1.   ?    Justinian

    2.   ?    Julius Caesar

    3.   ?    Constantine

    4.   ?    Diocletian

  80. The Great Schism (The split between the Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox Churches) was caused by all of the following except:

    1.   ?    Language

    2.   ?    Leader

    3.   ?    Belief in Christ as the Messiah

    4.   ?    Celibacy of the Priesthood

  81. St. Cyril created the Cyrillic alphabet to translate The Bible so that he could convert this ethnic/language group to Christianity.

    1.   ?    Slavs

    2.   ?    Celts

    3.   ?    Romans

    4.   ?    Minoans

  82. kaaba.jpgWhich Pillar of Islam focuses on visiting this monument/building?

    1.   ?    Declaration of Faith

    2.   ?    Almsgiving

    3.   ?    Hajj

    4.   ?    Daily Prayer

  83. Who was the founder of Islam?

    1.   ?    Jesus

    2.   ?    Abraham

    3.   ?    Muhammad

    4.   ?    Moses

  84. What battle halted the advance of Islam into the European continent?

    1.   ?    The Battle of Hastings

    2.   ?    The Battle of Tours

    3.   ?    The Battle of Salamis

    4.   ?    The Battle of Marathon

  85. domeoftherock.jpgWhat is the name of this monument of Islam found in Jerusalem.

    1.   ?    The Kaaba

    2.   ?    The Western Wall

    3.   ?    The Dome of the Rock

    4.   ?    The Blue Mosque

  86. What institution held Medieval society together after the fall of the Roman Empire?

    1.   ?    The Army

    2.   ?    The Catholic Church

    3.   ?    The Hospital System

    4.   ?    None of the above

  87. What do you call a governmental system based on the ownership of land?

    1.   ?    Monarchy

    2.   ?    Oligarchy

    3.   ?    Democracy

    4.   ?    Feudalism

  88. clovis.jpgClovis was the first
    Christian king of this group.

    1.   ?    The Franks

    2.   ?    The Celts

    3.   ?    The Vikings

    4.   ?    The Mongols

  89. The Angles and Saxons settled in this region.

    1.   ?    France

    2.   ?    Spain

    3.   ?    England

    4.   ?    Germany

  90. In Ghana West Africa they traded their abundant gold for this.

    1.   ?    Water

    2.   ?    Salt

    3.   ?    Spices

    4.   ?    Silver

  91. This religion, which focuses on spirits in nature
    and honoring ones ancestors, is unique to Japan.torii.jpg

    1.   ?    Buddhism

    2.   ?    Hinduism

    3.   ?    Shinto

    4.   ?    Confucianism

  92. mapmesoamerica.jpgWhich letter shows the
    location of the Incan civilization?

    1.   ?    E

    2.   ?    D

    3.   ?    C

    4.   ?    G

  93. This English King signed the Magna Carta, limiting the power of the English Monarchy?

    1.   ?    King Henry VIII

    2.   ?    King John

    3.   ?    King Richard

    4.   ?    King Louis

  94. Hugh Capet established the first dynasty of ______________.

    1.   ?    England

    2.   ?    France

    3.   ?    Holy Roman Empire

    4.   ?    Spain

  95. kremlin1.jpgThis Russian Tsar threw off the rule of
    the Mongols, centralized power in
    Moscow, and expanded the Russian
    nation

    1.   ?    Ivan the Terrible

    2.   ?    Nicholas II

    3.   ?    Peter the Great

    4.   ?    Ivan the Great

  96. crusades.jpgThis Pope was responsible
    for calling the first
    Crusade at the Council of Clermont.

    1.   ?    Pope Leo III

    2.   ?    Pope Urban II

    3.   ?    Pope Gregory VII

    4.   ?    Pope John Paul II

  97. bdeath.jpgWhere did the plague begin in Europe?

    1.   ?    France

    2.   ?    Germany

    3.   ?    Italy

    4.   ?    Spain

  98. monalisa1.jpgthelastsupper.jpg
    What Renaissance Master
    painted these
    masterpieces?

    1.   ?    Leonardo Da Vinci

    2.   ?    Michelangelo

    3.   ?    Raphael

    4.   ?    Picasso

  99. In what region of Europe did the Renaissance begin?

    1.   ?    France

    2.   ?    Germany

    3.   ?    Italy

    4.   ?    England

  100. What was the first book printed by Guttenberg on his printing press?

    1.   ?    The Torah

    2.   ?    The Bible

    3.   ?    The law of Nations

    4.   ?    Utopia



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