B came to share power and influence with warriors and clan leaders. In view of the above, hereafter entry by the Portuguese galeota is forbidden. D included a corps of translators. E Mahayana Buddhism was dominant in Ceylon A Mahayana theologians invented the notion of the boddhisatva 57 5241837954 Buddhism gradually lost its popularity in India because A it did not promise to make life easy for its adherents. E None of these answers is correct D Confucianism. D They were driven further west by the Huns. D It supported the caste system.
D violence of court factions. D The capital of Pataliputra had 570 towers. E All these answers are correct B government should be organized through benevolence and humane action. C The Indians were suffering from poverty and all kinds of miseries 40 5241837937 In contrast to Persia and China, classical India A was isolated from the outside world by formidable geographical barriers. A It restricted sexual activities. B solve the problem of court factions.
C It was the cultural capital of the Hellenistic world. E Buddhism was familiar because many foreign merchants practiced it. B Rulers adopted Indian Sanskrit as their written language. D a strict moral code of behavior. C they had difficulty recognizing emperors as divine. E All these answers are correct. E All of the answers are correct.
B political science and the study of law. C redistribute land more equitably. B the herding of domestic animals. B sacrificed slaves, concubines, and craftsmen who designed and built the tomb. E None of these answers is correct. C a great traveler and writer of deep philosophical treatises.
Our videos and quizzes are carefully broken out into lessons that should correspond nicely to your own teacher's schedule. E None of these answers is correct C All male citizens were qualified to join the city councils 65 5241837962 Between the mid-eighth and the late-sixth centuries B. C organized monastic orders that provided the poor with shelters and a meaningful lifestyle as monks. B it was outlawed by the Persian government. A It had one of the largest libraries in the ancient world.
E None of these answers is correct D looked for their own savior. D the lower classes, urban populations, and women. D judges could set aside laws. D During the Han, sericulture expanded from the Yellow River valley to most of China. D The largest outbreaks occurred in the second and third centuries C.
C had well-trained forces of heavily armed cavalry. B a monarchy disguised as a republic. B did not have well-developed religions. E All these answers are correct. C The nomadic peoples who migrated into north China brought their Buddhist faith to the Chinese. E None of these answers is correct.
B discourage further Persian invasions. When you visit the tomb, you can see A a great terra-cotta army of Qin soldiers and cavalry. E All these answers are correct. C peaked under the rule of Kanishka. B could not marry other slaves at will. B ambitious politicians who gained power by irregular means.
B the invasion of the Xiongnu. B defendants had a right to challenge their accusers before a judge. C Rome was centrally located. A He banned animal sacrifices and hunting. C the Greeks dominated Indian history for centuries. B ninety days for caravans. B especially good for travel and communication.
The new skill of writing spread from the Egyptians and Mesopotamians to the A Mayas. D the series of civil wars that occurred within the Achaemenid empire. E All these answers are correct. E There were two prominent belief systems that were exempt from taxes. We advise that the best prep is thorough mastery of the material. C water was scarce, and underground canals could keep water from evaporating.