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Unit 6 Prof.- HIST

Islamic Empire

QuestionAnswer
Who built capital city of Baghdad along Tigris River Al-Masur
Who travels over 75,000 miles using Arab maps Ibn Batuta
Who writes medical textbook that is used for over 600 yrs. in Europe and Africa Ibn Sinah
Who conquers Constantinople in 1453 A.D. Mehmet II
Who founded Islam? Muhammad
Who expands the Ottoman Empire to its largest size under his rule Suleyman the Magnificent
Areas with a dependable water source are called _____________. A. Oases B. Valleys C. Islands D. Grasslands A. Oases
Arabia’s natural resources include about one-third of the world’s ___________. A) Gold and silver B) Petroleum and natural gas C) Sulfur D) Salt B. Petroleum and natural gas
The teachings of Muhammad are recorded in what book? A) The Bible B) The Prophet C) The Quran D) The Torah C. Quran
Under Muslim rule, ______________ became Europe’s second-largest city and a center of trade. A) Còrdoba B) Rome C) Paris D) Baghdad A. Cordoba
Most Muslims in the world today are ________________. A) Shiites B) Sunnis C) Descended from Muhammad D) Caliphs B. Sunnis
Which group captured Baghdad and took over the caliphate? A) Ibn Batuta B) Shiites C) Christians D) Seljuks D. Seljuks
What year was Muhammad born? A) 570 B) 610 C) 622 D) 632 A. 570
What year did angel Gabriel tell Muhammad he is the prophet of Allah? A) 570 B) 610 C) 622 D) 632 B. 610
A Christian from Spain: How does the caliphate treat you differently from a Muslim? A) I have to pay higher taxes B) I have to convert to Islam C) I cannot live in the Muslim Empire D) I am not treated differently A. I have to pay higher taxes
A Muslim woman: What are some rights you have under the caliphate? A) I have no rights B) I can earn money and seek divorce C) I can choose my husband D) I can vote B. I can earn money and seek divorce
An Islamic artist decorating the inside of a new mosque: What types of images are you NOT allowed to paint? A) Arabesques B) People/animals C) Calligraphy D) Floral patterns B. People/animals
Muslims and non-Muslims were treated equally and paid the same taxes. ________ A) Ottoman Empire B) Muslim Empire C) Both D) Neither D. Neither
Constantinople was the center of the empire. ___________ A) Ottoman Empire B) Muslim Empire C) Both D) Neither A. Ottoman Empire
The ruler of the empire was called the caliph. ___________ A) Ottoman Empire B) Muslim Empire C) Both D) Neither B. Muslim Empire
Some boys were kidnapped and trained as special soldiers called Janissaries ______. A) Ottoman Empire B) Muslim Empire C) Both D) Neither A. Ottoman Empire
The empire ruled all of Western Europe, including France and Austria. ___________ A) Ottoman Empire B) Muslim Empire C) Both D) Neither D. Neither
Based on Ch 3.1 Reading: When does the Hajj take place? A) During daily prayers B) First month of the Islamic year C) During the Kaaba D) Last month of the Islamic year D. Last month
Based on Ch 3.1 Reading: What is the appearance of the pilgrims when they visit the holy place? A) They are wearing black silk B) Their heads have been shaven C) They wear a long, white cloth that is belted with a cord D) They wear normal clothes C. They wear a long, white cloth that is belted with a cord
Based on Ch 3.1 Reading: Which of the following is NOT true about the Kaaba? A) Its covered with texts from the Quran B) Muslims face it to say daily prayers C) It is covered in white silk D) It is covered in black silk C. It is covered in white silk
Based on Ch 3.2 Reading: What could enslaved people expect while living in the Muslim Empire? A) Must be Muslim B) If they served in the army, they might be set free. C) All enslaved people were servants in Muslim homes. D) They're completely free B. If they served in the army, they might be set free.
Based on Ch 3.2 Reading: Which of the following words is a synonym for shari’ah? A) Enslaved person B) Islamic law C) Muslim homes D) The soldiers B. Islamic Law
Based on Ch 3.2 Reading: Where did most enslaved people come from? A) Africa/Asia B) Europe C) Muslim cities D) America A. Africa/Asia
Based on Ch 3.3 Reading: Who called Suleyman “the Lawgiver?” A) Europeans B) Ottomans C) Venetians D) Romans B. Ottomans
Based on Ch 3.3 Reading: How did Suleyman provide for his subjects beyond their basic needs for living? A) He expanded the empire B) He named ambassadors C) He made the empire rich D) He supported arts and learning programs D. He supported arts and learning programs
Based on Ch 3.3 Reading: What was Suleyman I’s role in the government? A) Grand vizier B) Sultan C) Janissary D) Slave B. Sultan
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