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Unit 9 HIST Prof

Age of Exploration

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Who was the first to sail around South America to the Pacific Ocean? A. Henry Hudson B. Giovanni Verrazano C. Ferdinand Magellan D. Amerigo Vespucci C. Ferdinand Magellan
Growing crops in water is called __________. A. Causeways B. Hydroponics C. Quipu D. Terrace B. Hydroponics
Based on the Ch 5.3 Charts, what was the value of wages in 1600-1649? A. 20 B. 40 C. 60 D. 80 C. 60
Who explored South America and had his reports published? A. Henry Hudson B. Giovanni Verrazano C. Christopher Columbus D. Amerigo Vespucci D. Amerigo Vespucci
A flat area dug out of a hillside is a _________. A. Causeways B. Hydroponics C. Quipu D. Terrace D. Terrace
Based on Ch 5.2 Reading: Columbus hoped that his 1492 voyage would take him to _______________. A. Cuba B. Asia C. Hispaniola D. The Americas B. Asia
Based on the Ch 5.3 charts, what year was the value of wages the highest? A. 1550-1599 B. 1600-1649 C. 1650-1699 D. 1700-1749 A. 1150-1599
Who was the first European to sail around Africa’s southern tip? A. Christopher Columbus B. Amerigo Vespucci C. Vasco da Gama D. Giovanni Verrazano C. Vasco da Gama
Based on Ch 2.6 Reading: When did the Spanish arrive in Central and South America? A. Early 1600s B. Late 1900s C. Mid-1700s D. Early 1500s D. Early 1500s
Based on the Ch 2.6 chart, the labels at the bottom ____________. A. Show which army was larger B. Show the years C. Measure population of each city D. List the population of each nation B. Show the years
Based on Ch 2.6 Reading: After conquering the Aztec and Inca, the Spanish __. A. Left Aztec and Inca cultures intact B. Destroyed many Aztec and Inca artifacts C. Left the Aztec and Inca and went back to Spain D. Copied Aztec and Inca writing and art B. Destroyed many Aztec and Inca artifacts
Based on Ch 2.6 Reading: Which of the following Aztec writings did the Spanish NOT burn? A. Math B. Science C. History D. Religion A. Math
Based on Ch 5.2 Reading: Which of the following was NOT one of Columbus’s ships? A. Santa Maria B. Niña C. Pinta D. Santa Clara D. Santa Clara
Who was the first European in what is now New York Harbor? A. Vasco Da Gama B. Giovanni Verrazano C. Ferdinand Magellan D. Amerigo Vespucci B. Giovanni Verrazano
Based on Ch 5.3 Reading: What animal did the Spanish bring to Mexico? A. Camels B. Llamas C. Donkeys D. Horses D. Horses
Based on Ch 5.3 charts, in what year were the daily wages about 7 grams of silver? A. 1600-1649 B. 1650-1699 C. 1550-1599 D. 1500-1549 B. 1650-1699
Based on Ch 5.2 Reading: Columbus hoped to find great riches by sailing _______________ A. North B. East C. South D. West D. West
A ____________________ was a set of colored and knotted strings the Inca used to communicate. A. Causeways B. Hydroponics C. Quipu D. Terrace C. Quipu
Based on Ch 5.3 Reading: Who encouraged the Aztec to join with the Spanish conquistadors? A. Malinche B. Moctezuma C. Cortés D. The Spanish soldiers A. Malinche
Based on Ch 2.6 charts, the labels to the left show you _______. A. The size of each empire B. A period of time C. Distance traveled D. Population of each city D. Population of each city
Based on Ch 5.2 Reading: Where did Columbus actually land? A. India and Korea B. China and Japan C. Cuba and Hispaniola D. Brazil and Portugal C. Cuba and Hispaniola
Based on Ch 5.3 charts, in what year were the daily wages about 4 grams of silver? A. 1650-1699 B. 1600-1649 C. 1550-1599 D. 1500-1549 D. 1500-1549
Based on Ch 5.3 Reading: Cortés did not approve of the Aztec practice of _____________. A. Collecting riches B. Not treating diseases C. Performing human sacrifices D. Believing in legends C. Performing human sacrifices
Based on Ch 2.6 charts, which city was larger? A. Tenochtitlán was always larger than Cuzco B. Tenochtitlán was larger than Cuzco only in 1450 A.D. C. Tenochtitlán was larger than Cuzco until 1550 A.D. D. Tenochtitlán was never larger than Cuzco A. Tenochtitlán was always larger than Cuzco
The Toltec Empire was replaced by the __________. A. Aztec B. Maya C. Olmec D. Inca A. Aztec
Based on Ch 2.6 charts, which city suffered a greater loss in population by 1550 A.D.? A. Both suffered an equal loss B. Neither went down in population C. Cuzco D. Tenochtitlán D. Tenochtitlán
Who claimed the lands in today’s New York State for the Dutch? A. Henry Hudson B. Giovanni Verrazano C. Ferdinand Magellan D. Amerigo Vespucci A. Henry Hudson
Based on Ch 5.3 charts, what were the daily wages (in grams of silver) from 1600-1649? A. 4 B. 6 C. 8 D. 9 D. 9
The Pope drew the Line of Demarcation to guarantee _______ claim to land in the Americas. A. England’s B. Spain’s C. Portugal’s D. Brazil’s B. Spain's
Everything the Inca made went to _____________. A. Themselves B. Their family C. The state D. Invaders C. The state
Based on Ch 2.6 charts, the graph is comparing the population over how many years? A. 100 yrs. B. 1450 yrs. C. 200 yrs. D. 1550 yrs. A. 100 yrs.
The Aztec built __________________ to connect Tenochtitlán with the shore. A. Causeways B. Hydroponics C. Quipu D. Terrace A. Causeways
The Aztec Empire officially ended with _____________. A. The help of Malinche B. The capture of Atahualpa C. The capture of Tenochtitlan D. Pizarro’s surrender C. The capture of Tenochtitlan
How did the Americas first obtain cotton? A. It came from Asia B. It came from Spain C. It came from England D. It came from Africa D. It came from Africa
Based on Ch 2.6 Reading: The Spanish melted Inca statues because __. A. They liked Aztec statues better B. They did not like art C. Gold and silver was worthless D. Gold and silver was valuable. D. Gold and silver was valuable.
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