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Assign # _____ Name__________________________________________ Due Date _________ Pts. _____ #21 CHAPTER CHAPTER TEST People and Ideas on the Move 3 Form B Part 1: Main Ideas Write the letter of the best answer. (4 points each) ______ 1. The Hittites occupied Anatolia (Asia Minor), a huge peninsula in modern-day a. Greece. c. Phoenicia. b. Turkey. d. Assyria. ______ 2. A Phoenician contribution that people still benefit from today was a. the introduction of Indo-Aryan languages to Europe. b. the invention of the sail. c. the invention of the phonetic alphabet. d. the invention of the labyrinth. ______ 3. Varnas, the name given the different groups of the original caste system, came from a word that means a. skin color. c. purity. b. nobles. d. social system. ______ 4. The technology of iron smelting aided the Hittites because a. it allowed them to trade with Egypt for chariots. b. it gave them an alternative metal for housewares so they could use bronze for their weapons. c. it made strong weapons that helped them to excel at war. d. it was the first time they could create weapons of metal. ______ 5. The two items below that are most similar are a. nirvana and varnas. b. moksha and nirvana. c. ethical monotheism and Hammurabi’s Code. d. the Ten Commandments and the Four Noble Truths. ______ 6. According to the Torah, Moses did all of the following EXCEPT a. lead the Hebrews out of Egypt. b. reveal Yahweh’s commandments to the Hebrews. c. unify the people of Canaan into one kingdom, Israel. d. grow to adulthood as the adopted son of a princess. ______ 7. The Minoans were known for all of the following EXCEPT a. bull-leaping for sport. b. painted pottery. c. female-led religious ceremonies. d. valuing human life above nature. ______ 8. Jain monks wear masks over their faces a. to keep from breathing impurities in the air. b. to keep from harming even an insect. c. to protect each breath of atman, the soul. d. to show disdain for the caste system. ______ 9. The emphasis on right conduct and the worship of one God is called a. the Torah. c. the Four Noble Truths. b. the Ark of the Covenant. d. ethical monotheism. ______ 10. The Hebrews believed that God protected them because a. of a covenant. c. of annual ceremonies. b. of ritual sacrifice. d. they are human. Part 2: Map Skills Use the map to choose the best possible answer. (4 points each) Indo-European Migrations, Starting about 1700 B.C. 30 ° W 10 ° W 10 °E 20 ° E 0° 40 ° E Earliest Indo-European migrations 60 20 ° W °N Later Indo-European migrations ASIA a North Se Sea c 50 lti °N GERMANS B a BALTS EARLY INDO-EUROPEANS EUROPE Steppes Aral Aral ATLANTIC SLAVS Sea OCEAN CELTS INDO-ARYANS ILLYRIANS Ca s pi ITALICS CC a Ca THRACIANS a uu c an uc c aa s u a s su Black Sea usss Se a Anatolia Mediter A e A ege GREEKS HITTITES ranea n an Sea e a LUVIANS S AFRICA N 0 250 500 miles E 0 250 500 kilometers W Azimuthal Equal-Area Projection S ______ 11. Which groups lived beside the Caspian Sea? a. Hittites and Luvians b. Indo-Aryans and Early Indo-Europeans c. Greeks and Luvians d. Early Indo-Europeans and Hittites ______ 12. Which groups migrated the closest to the Atlantic Ocean? a. Germans and Celts c. Balts and Germans b. Italics and Slavs d. Slavs and Germans ______ 13. Which groups migrated across the Caucasus? a. Aryans and Thracians b. Hittites and Luvians c. Early Indo-Europeans and Hittites d. Greeks and Aryans ______ 14. What might the geographic separation of Indo-European groups have caused? a. new forms of grains b. individual languages and customs c. the oral tradition d. similar farming techniques ______ 15. From the map, what can be concluded about the effect of the Mediterranean Sea on Greek migration? a. The sea provided a barrier that the Greeks did not try to cross. b. The Greeks used the sea to trade with Thracians. c. The Greeks traveled the sea to expand eastward. d. The Greeks used the sea only to travel west. Part 3: Interpreting Charts Use the chart to choose the best possible answer. (4 points each) Civilizations of the Ancient World REGION CIVILIZATION 3500 B.C. 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 Sumerian Asia Minor Babylonian Hittite Mediterranean Minoan Phoenician Palestine Israelite Egypt Egyptian Harappan Indus Valley Aryan China Shang/Zhou ______ 16. Which civilization on the chart lasted the longest? a. Sumerian c. Harappan b. Shang/Zhou d. Egyptian ______ 17. Which civilizations began around 2000 B.C.? a. Babylonian and Harappan b. Minoan and Phoenician c. Babylonian and Minoan d. Minoan and Aryan ______ 18. Which civilization began when the Harappan civilization ended? a. Israelite b. Aryan c. Phoenician d. Minoan ______ 19. Which civilizations existed at the same time as the Phoenicians? a. Israelite, Egyptian, Aryan, and Shang/Zhou b. Egyptian, Minoan, Israelite, and Sumerian c. Sumerian, Aryan, Shang/Zhou, and Minoan d. Israelite, Hittite, Babylonian, and Sumarian ______ 20. Which civilizations existed at the same time as the Babylonians? a. Harappan, Egyptian, Phoenician, and Shang/Zhou b. Hittite, Minoan, Aryan, and Israelite c. Minoan, Egyptian, Harappan, and Hittite d. Egyptian, Phoenician, Harappan, and Sumerian Part 4: Extended Response Answer the following questions on the back of this paper or on a separate sheet. (10 points each) 21. Comparing and Contrasting How were the Buddha’s teachings similar to and different from the Hindu tradition? Think about: • reincarnation and views of history • the role of priests and the caste system • the final goals of both religions 22. Drawing Conclusions What contributions did Phoenician traders make to the world? Think about: • the spread of ideas • cultural diffusion • seafaring and exploration
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