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WORLD STUDIES 1 UNIT 3 TEST: PERSIA, INDIA, AND CHINA

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Directions: For the !estions 1"#1, $%e&se se%ect the %etter 'hich corre%&tes the correct &ns'er
1( A )&*or te&chin+ o, -oro&stri&nis) is
A. Politeness & respect for elders
B. Harmony with Nature
C. Dharma, Kharma & eincarnation
D. !ni"ersal stru##le $etween #ood and e"il
#( Which )onotheistic re%i+ion in,%!ence. Christi&nit/ &n. Is%&)0
A. %udaism
B. Hinduism
C. polytheism
D. &oroastrianism
3( Which o, the ,o%%o'in+ st&te)ents is 1OST tr!e o, the Persi&n E)$ire0
A. Persians adhered to a caste system
B. 't went throu#h a period of unification under its #reatest monarch, Prince Aso(a
C. 't lasted for so lon# $ecause of its tolerance for its su$)ects* culture and reli#ion
D. Persians typically followed the reli#ious teachin#s of the prophet, +iddhartha ,autama
2( The 3!ni,ier4 &n. ,irst +re&t Persi&n r!%er '&s
A. Cyrus.
B. Darius.
C. -er.es.
D. Cam$yses.
5( Which o, the ,o%%o'in+ ,!nctione. &s &n e6&)$%e o, Persi&n &chie7e)ents in the .e7e%o$)ent o, the e)$ire8s i)$eri&%
9!re&!cr&c/0
A. the institution of dynastic succession
B. the e.tension of trade $eyond its political $oundaries
C. di"idin# the empire into pro"inces that were each ruled $y satraps
D. fundin# mass en#ineerin# pro)ects such as dam/$uildin# and irri#ation construction
:( The Persi&n e)$ire '&s %oc&te. in )o.ern".&/
A. 'ran.
B. 'ra0.
C. Pa(istan.
D. Af#hanistan.
;( I)$ort&nt Ri7ers o, C%&ssic&% In.i&n 'ere
A. Ara$ian +ea & Bay of Ben#al.
B. %ordan i"er & 'ndus i"er.
C. ,an#es & 'ndus.
D. Huan# He & ,an#es.
<( The Indo-Aryans
A. li"ed peacefully with the Harappans.
B. were su$)u#ated $y the Ba$ylonians.
C. allied with the 1edes and Chaldeans to o"erthrow the Assyrians.
D. in"aded the 'ndus i"er 2alley, creatin# a ri#idly structured society headed $y a warrior class.
=( No)&.ic in7&.ers 'ere &9%e to con!er %&r+e $&rts o, the In.i&n s!9continent 9/ tr&7e%in+
A. throu#h deserts.
B. on well de"eloped roads.
C. throu#h mountain passes.
D. down ma)or ri"er systems.
1>( Which o, the ,o%%o'in+ '&s NOT &n &cco)$%ish)ent o, the Gupta Dynasty0
A. 3iterature 4flowery5
B. 1athematics & +cience
C. 1aritime na"i#ational inno"ations
D. New te.tiles 4the a$ility to spin and wea"e #oods5
11( Which o, the ,o%%o'in+ ./n&sties '&s consi.ere. the 3?o%.en A+e4 o, c%&ssic&% In.i&n ci7i%i@&tion0
A. ,upta
B. +han#
C. 1auryan
D. Harappan
1#( Hin.!is) 1OST LIAELB &ttr&cte. & si+ni,ic&nt ,o%%o'in+ in c%&ssic&% In.i&n ci7i%i@&tion 9ec&!se it
A. #a"e hope for social mo$ility.
B. e.plained natural phenomena.
C. $elie"ed that man(ind could a"oid sufferin#.
D. rewarded #ood conduct and did not punish $ad conduct.
13( Hin.!is) is c%&ssi,ie. &s & polytheistic re%i+ion 9/ )&n/ 9ec&!se its &.herents 9e%ie7e
A. in a sin#le prophet.
B. in one supreme #od.
C. in many forms of one ma)or deity.
D. in the duality 4oneness5 of #ood and e"il.
12( The i.e& o, Karma s!++ests th&t
A. one is re$orn until they reach nir"ana.
B. future reincarnation is $ased on present $eha"ior.
C. reward was #i"en $ased on social status and ethnicity.
D. followin# one*s moral duty allowed one to attain eternal peace.
15( Cin &n. H&n $o%itic&% s/ste)s .i,,ere. in th&t
A. the 6in systemati7ed their law codes, while the Han had no formali7ed law code.
B. the 6in followed a moderate policy of rule, while Han rule was often harsh and $rutal.
C. the 6in esta$lished a wea( centrali7ed #o"ernment, while the Han imposed a harsh autocratic rule o"er its empire.
D. the 6in adhered to a strict policy of 3e#alism, while the Han followed a mi.ture of 3e#alism and Confucius ideals.
1:( ANALO?B : DDDDD &re to Con,!ci&nis), &s D&o Di Ein+ is to DDDDD(
A. Analects8 9aoism
B. Vedas8 Buddhism
C. Avestas8 Hinduism
D. Upanishads8 %udaism
1;( Sanskrit '&s the
A. lowest class in Hindu society.
B. Aryan reli#ious and literary lan#ua#e.
C. ornate writin# of the Huan# He ri"er "alley.
D. lar#est cultural contri$ution of the Phoenicians.
1<( The Royal Road o, Persi& '&s 9!i%t PRI1ARILB to
A. honor the #reat ruler -er.es.
B. facilitate ci"il en#ineerin# pro)ects.
C. enhance efficient communication throu#hout the empire.
D. allow rapid army and postal mo"ement.
1=( The Vedas &n. Upanishads &re centr&% to
A. 9aoism.
B. Hinduism.
C. Buddhism.
D. Confucianism.
#>( AsoF& is 1OST si+ni,ic&nt in th&t he
A. was a humanitarian.
B. was a %ewish con"ert.
C. is credited with the spread of Buddhism.
D. was the third ruler of the ,upta Dynasty.
:;. Un.er the Mandate of Heaen, r!%ers
A. were e.pected to rule )ustly.
B. were e.pected to rule with an iron fist.
C. were accounta$le only to the priesthood and no$ility.
D. inherited control of the empire if they were mem$ers of the royal family.
Use the ,o%%o'in+ )&$ to &ns'er !estions ## &n. #3(
##( The Hi)&%&/& )o!nt&ins &re i.enti,ie. 9/ %etter
A. <A=.
B. <C=.
C. <>=.
D. <,=.
#3( Letter 3F4 re$resents the
A. the Ara$ian +ea.
B. the Persian ,ulf.
C. the 'ndian ?cean.
D. the Bay of Ben#al.
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F
E
D
C
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Use the ,o%%o'in+ ti)e%ine to &ns'er !estions #2"#5(
#2( Which e7ent
h&$$ene. %&st0
A. @
all of >arly &hou
B. 'ron A#e commences
C. @all of the +han# Dynasty
D. Be#innin# of the A#e of 2edas
#5( P!t the ,o%%o'in+ ite)s in chrono%o+ic&% or.er ,ro) )ost recent to o%.est(
A. ;ABB B.C.>., +han# Dynasty ends, Aryan mi#rations cease
B. 'ndus 2alley ci"ili7ation, Aryan mi#rations, +han# Dynasty
C. 1artial con0uers +han#, @all of 1ohen)o/Daro, :BBB B.C.>.
D. +han# Dynasty ends, commencement of the 'ron A#e, Aryan mi#rations $e#in
#:( Which o, the ,o%%o'in+ ite)s is NOT )&tche. correct%/0
A. 6in 4Chin5 Dynasty/@irst >mperor
B. Han Dynasty/+il( oad
C. +han# Dynasty/&oroastrianism
D. &hou Dynasty/lon#est lastin# Chinese Dynasty
#;( The Great !all of "hina '&s 9!i%t .!rin+ the
A. 6in 4Chin5 Dynasty.
B. Han Dynasty.
C. ,upta Dynasty.
D. 1auryan Dynasty
#<( The 1AIN $!r$ose o, the ?re&t W&%% o, Chin& '&s to
A. isolate China.
B. contain the Cellow i"er.
C. pre"ent in"asions of nomadic peoples.
D. di"ide the north from the south.
#=( C%&ssic&% Chin& &n. c%&ssic&% In.i& 'ere 1OST i)$&cte. 9/ their s!rro!n.in+ $h/sic&% +eo+r&$h/ in th&t
A. they were easily accessi$le to nomadic in"aders.
B. the ad"ancement of $oth ci"ili7ations was se"erely limited.
C. #eo#raphic features enhanced the o"erland trade of $oth ci"ili7ations.
D. physical $arriers ser"ed to isolate and protect $oth ri"er "alleys from the rest of Asia.
3>( C%&ssic&% Chinese &n. &ncient E+/$ti&n +o7ern)ents 'ere 1OST si)i%&r in th&t
i( 9oth )on&rchs 'ere consi.ere. .i7ine(
ii( 9oth &.here. to & $o%ic/ o, ./n&stic s!ccession(
iii( 9oth ,o%%o'e. %&'s +i7en to the) 9/ their $ers$ecti7e +o.s(
A. '' only
B. ' and '' only
C. '' and ''' only
D. ', '', and '''
31( Which o, the ,o%%o'in+ ite)s '&s NOT & )&*or co))o.it/ e6$orte. 9/ the Chinese &%on+ the Si%F Ro&.s0
A. +il(
B. +alt
C. Paper
D. Porcelain
3#( In Con,!ci&nis) &n. T&ois) HD&ois)I, o$$osin+ ,orces &re re$resente. 9/
A. the #od Brahma.
B. the Cin and the Can#.
C. the @our No$le No$le 9ruths.
D. the deities of 2ishnu and +hi"a.
33( A )&*or te&chin+ o, Con,!ci&nis) is
A. Politeness & respect for elders
B. Harmony with Nature
C. Dharma, Kharma, eincarnation
D. !ni"ersal +tru##le $etween #ood and e"il.
32( A )&*or te&chin+ o, T&ois) is
A. Politeness & respect for elders
B. Harmony with Nature
C. Dharma, Kharma, eincarnation
D. !ni"ersal +tru##le $etween #ood and e"il.
35( A%% o, the ,o%%o'in+ &re &ssoci&te. 'ith C%&ssic&% Chin& EJCEPT
A. +il(
B. Caste +ystem
C. 1andate of Hea"en
D. ,reat Dall
3:( A%% o, the ,o%%o'in+ &re +o.s &ssoci&te. 'ith Hin.!is) EJCEPT
A. Brahma
B. Buddha
C. 2ishnu
D. +hi"a
Use .oc!)ent 1 &n. /o!r Fno'%e.+e o, 'or%. histor/ to &ns'er !estions 3;"2>
3;( Accor.in+ to .oc!)ent 1, 'h&t is the +re&test $ro9%e) th&t h!)&ns ,&ce0
A. malice
B. misery
C. )ealousy
D. lust for power
3<( Wh&t section e6$%&ins the ori+in o, the +re&t $ro9%e) h!)&ns ,&ce0
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
3=( This e6cer$t is & centr&% tenet o,
A. 9aoism.
DOCU1ENT 1
1. THE TRUTH CONCERNING MISERY
Birth is misery; old age is misery; disease is misery; death is misery;
sorrow, lamentation, misery, grief, and despair are misery; to wish for what
one cannot have is misery; in short, all the five attachment-groups are
misery
2. THE TRUTH OF THE ORIGIN OF MISERY
the origin of the truth of miseryit is desirejoining itself to pleasure
and passion, and finding delight in every existence
3. THE TRUTH OF THE CESSATION OF MISERY
And whatis the truth of the cessation of misery? It is the complete fading
out and cessation of this desire, a giving up, a losing hold, a
relinuishment, and a non-adhesion!
4. THE TRUTH OF THE PATH LEADING TO THE CESSATION OF MISERY
whatis thetruth of the path leading to the cessation of misery? It is
this no"le eightfold path, to wit, right "elief, right resolve, right
speech, right "ehavior, right occupation, right effort, right contemplation,
right conversation!
B. Hinduism.
C. Buddhism.
D. &oroastrianism.
2>( This e6cer$t is ,ro)
A. the A"estas.
B. the Dao Di %in#.
C. the @our No$le 9ruths.
D. the 2edas & !panishads.
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