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Western Civ. 1 Final Exam
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Term
The ____ perception of history emphasizes predestination.
Definition
Determinist
Term
Social Darwinism would be associated primarily with the _____ view of history.
Definition
Environmentalist
Term
The force which most readily leads to conquest and missionary endeavors would be _____.
Definition
Imperialism
Term
A lugal would be most like a _____.
Definition
King
Term
_____ was a noted paleontologist in Kenya.
Definition
Louis Leakey
Term
From an evolutionary perspective, the ____ era was the most recent.
Definition
Neolithic
Term
According to the evolutionists, Neanderthal Man lived in _____.
Definition
Germany
Term
The great historian _____ stressed "telling history like it is."
Definition
Ranke
Term
Lascaux marks the location of _____.
Definition
cave drawings
Term
Hematite is associated with the color _____.
Definition
red
Term
All of the following would be offered as apologetics for creationism except:
a) carbon 14 dating
b) entropy
c) gap theory
d) tool kits
Definition
d) tool kits
Term
The _____ River is found in Pakistan.
Definition
Indus
Term
The Sumerians originated in _____.
Definition
Armenia
Term
The prophet Abraham's "hometown" was _____.
Definition
Ur
Term
The area known as Asia Minor corresponds to present-day _____.
Definition
Turkey
Term
Ramses II could best be identified with the _____ Kingdom.
Definition
New
Term
The pharaoh most frequently associated with the monotheism is _____.
Definition
Amenhotep IV
Term
All of the following were Sumerian cities except:
a) Erich Kush
b) Lagash
c) Miletus
d) Ur
Definition
c) Miletus
Term
Sargon, who created the first empire, is identified with the _____.
Definition
Akkadians
Term
Darius is identified as a _____.
Definition
Persian
Term
Yahweh is most associated with the _____.
Definition
Hebrews
Term
"Mesopotamia" most readily corresponds to present-day _____.
Definition
Iraq
Term
_____ conquered Jerusalem in 587 BC.
Definition
Nebuchadnezzar
Term
King Croesus and the Lydians would have resided in present-day _____.
Definition
Turkey
Term
The ____ produced the first library.
Definition
Assyrians
Term
All of the following were Hebrew kings except:
a) David
b) Joshua
c) Saul
d) Solomon
Definition
b) Joshua
Term
Zoroaster was a _____.
Definition
prophet
Term
All of the following were associated with Phoenecia except:
a) Antioch
b) Byblos
c) Sidon
d) Tyre
Definition
a) Antioch
Term
Murex is associated with _____.
Definition
dyes
Term
Satrapies are _____.
Definition
political units
Term
All of the following were characteristics of the Hebrew religion except:
a) civil disobedience
b) free will
c) idolotry
d) monotheism
Definition
c) Idolatry
Term
_____ united Upper and Lower Egypt around 2900 BC.
Definition
Menes
Term
Nubia would correspond to present-day _____.
Definition
Sudan
Term
All of the following are found in the Epic of Gilgamesh except:
a) Aton
b) Bel
c) Ea
d) Enkidu
Definition
a) Aton
Term
_____ was an Assyrian ruler.
Definition
Tiglath Pileser
Term
Cheops is most readily associated with the _____.
Definition
Egyptians
Term
The author most associated with the Psalms is _____.
Definition
David
Term
Shulgi is associated with _____.
Definition
Ur
Term
_____ devised a law code around 1800 BC.
Definition
Hammurabi
Term
Mount Nicir is compareable to Mount _____ in Genesis.
Definition
Ararat
Term
The major god of the Assyrians was _____.
Definition
Assur
Term
_____ was a female pharaoh.
Definition
Hatchepsut
Term
In 722 BC, the Hebrew northern kingdom fell to the _____.
Definition
Assyrians
Term
The _____ worshipped Ahura Mazda.
Definition
Persians
Term
Guilds primarily represent the force of _____ in history.
Definition
Economics
Term
The _____ River is the lifeblood of Egypt.
Definition
Nile
Term
Hanakkuh commemorates the Hebrews resisting the _____.
Definition
Seleucids
Term
The most important institution prior th 1600 was the _____.
Definition
church
Term
The free enterprise system would be most associated with _____.
Definition
Calvinism
Term
During the period 1600-1800, _____ exercised the greatest influence.
Definition
monarchies
Term
Bucephalus was a _____.
Definition
horse
Term
_____ wrote about the Pelopponnesian wars.
Definition
Thucydides
Term
The tutor of Alexander the Great was named _____.
Definition
Aristotle
Term
_____ was the dictator of Athens during the fifth century BC.
Definition
Pericles
Term
_____ was the Greek god of the sun.
Definition
Apollo
Term
Antigone and Oedipus Rex are associated with _____.
Definition
Sophocles
Term
_____ believed that water was the source of life.
Definition
Thales
Term
_____ is considered the father of medicine.
Definition
Hippocrates
Term
Arthur Evans is associated with the _____.
Definition
Minoans
Term
The Parthenon is a _____.
Definition
temple
Term
Illium (subject of the Iliad) was another name for _____.
Definition
Troy
Term
The gerousia is associated with _____.
Definition
Sparta
Term
_____ produced a harsh code of law, written in blood.
Definition
Draco
Term
_____ condemned the youth of the Roman Republic.
Definition
Sallust
Term
Hoplites were _____.
Definition
soldiers
Term
_____ was the Greek god of wisdom.
Definition
Athena
Term
The Delian league would have consisted of city-states allied with _____.
Definition
Athens
Term
Which of the following is considered a writed of comedies?
a) Auschylus
b) Aristophones
c) Myron
d) Pindar
Definition
b) Aristophones
Term
Hesid tended to glorify _____ in his poetry.
Definition
farmers
Term
_____ studied atomic theory.
Definition
Democritus
Term
Dialectics involves an exchange between ____ people.
Definition
two
Term
Pergamum was located in _____.
Definition
Asia Minor
Term
The Romans' greatest contribution was _____.
Definition
law
Term
The individuals responsible for the tax collection in the late Roman republic were _____.
Definition
Equites
Term
The year _____ marked the beginning of the Roman empire.
Definition
27 BC
Term
The Punic wars pitted Rome against _____.
Definition
Carthage
Term
Rome was situated on the _____ River.
Definition
Tiber
Term
At the Battle of Marathon, the Athenians defeated the _____.
Definition
Persians
Term
All of the following were islands in the Meditterranean except:
a) Corsica
b) Crete
c) Hibernia
d) Sicily
Definition
c) Hibernia
Term
The Gracchus brothers both served as _____.
Definition
tribunes
Term
_____ led a slave revolt.
Definition
Spartacus
Term
All of the following were part of the first Triumvirate except:
a) Julius Caesar
b) Marcus Crassus
c) Octavian
d) Pompey
Definition
c) Octavian
Term
____ was a Roman dicator during the Social War.
Definition
Marius
Term
Cleopatra was the queen of _____.
Definition
Egypt
Term
_____ was the victor at the Battle of Actium.
Definition
Octavian
Term
_____ was the author of Germania.
Definition
Tacitus
Term
The moderator of the conversation between Ischochamus and his wife was _____.
Definition
Socrates
Term
Augustus implemented all of the following changes except:
a) increased religious freedom
b) made the military appealing
c) provided fire protection
d) restored temples
Definition
a) increased religious freedom
Term
The Roman emperor Claudius ruled after all of the following except:
a) Augustus
b) Caligula
c) Tiberius
d) Vespasian
Definition
d) Vespasian
Term
The Roman emperor under whose reign Rome burned and Christians were crucified was _____.
Definition
Nero
Term
Lava from Mount Vesuvius preserved the corpses of _____.
Definition
Pompeii
Term
The "Century of the Good Emperors" refers to the _____ century AD.
Definition
second
Term
The majority of the "Good Emperors" came from present-day _____.
Definition
Spain
Term
A dowry is associated with _____.
Definition
marriage
Term
The Roman emperor who decided to stop expansion of the empire and actually "retrench" with boundary markers was _____.
Definition
Hodrian
Term
Polycarp was martyred during the reign of _____.
Definition
Antonius Pius
Term
_____ promoted ethics through his meditations.
Definition
Marcus Aurelius
Term
_____ led an invasion of Sicily in 414 BC.
Definition
Alcibiades
Term
The Roman emperor who expanded the empire to its greatest size was _____.
Definition
Trajan
Term
_____ could best be described as "nuts"
Definition
Caligula
Term
Jesus was a _____ by proffession.
Definition
carpenter
Term
The emperor who inaugurated religious toleration in the Roman Empire was _____.
Definition
Constantine
Term
_____ was a Hellenized Jew.
Definition
Paul
Term
The Roman province of _____ was home to Jesus.
Definition
Judea
Term
The City of God is the work of _____.
Definition
Augustine
Term
_____ would be identifed as an anti-Semite.
Definition
Origen
Term
A presbyter would be the equivalent of a _____.
Definition
pastor
Term
The Council of _____ determined that Jesus and God are equal.
Definition
Nicaea
Term
_____ was a missionary to Germany.
Definition
Boniface
Term
_____ inaugurated cenobitic monasticism.
Definition
Pachomius
Term
_____ brought Christianity to Kent, England.
Definition
Augustine
Term
The Council of _____ determined that Jesus was all God and all man.
Definition
Chalcedon
Term
The Edict of Maximum Prices coincides with the reign of _____.
Definition
Diocletian
Term
The Donatist controversy is associated wtih the _____ century AD.
Definition
fourth
Term
_____ was critical of secular thinking.
Definition
Tertullian
Term
Jesus was born during the reign of Roman emperor _____.
Definition
Augustus
Term
_____ was the city upon which Constantinople was built.
Definition
Byzantium
Term
Gaiseric was a leader of the _____.
Definition
Vandals
Term
Clovis was kind of the _____.
Definition
Franks
Term
_____ is the founder of Islam.
Definition
Muhammad
Term
The five pillars of Isalma include all of the following except:
a) Celibacy
b) Fasting
c) Monotheism
d) Prayer
Definition
a) Celibacy
Term
Charles Martel defeated the Muslims at Tours in _____.
Definition
732
Term
The Anglo-Saxon kingdoms included all of the following except:
a) Brittany
b) East Anglia
c) Mercia
d) Sussex
Definition
a) Brittany
Term
_____ is present-day France.
Definition
Gaul
Term
The last Western Europeans to embrace Christianity were the _____.
Definition
Vikings
Term
Today, the Magyars are primarily associated with _____.
Definition
Hungary
Term
_____ promoted monasteries as intellectual centers.
Definition
Cassiodorus
Term
Skellig Michael is an _____.
Definition
island
Term
The Maison Caree is a _____.
Definition
building
Term
All of the following describe Charlemagne except:
a) cultured
b) gluttonous
c) militaristic
d) tolerant
Definition
d) tolerant
Term
Muhammad's wife was named ______.
Definition
Khadija
Term
_____ was kind of a "brain center" for England.
Definition
Northumbria
Term
Missi dominici were ____.
Definition
messengers
Term
The treaty of Verdun divided Charlemagne's empire between all of the following except:
a) Charles the Bald
b) Ermengarde
c) Lothar
d) Louis the German
Definition
b) Ermengarde
Term
The Council of Nicaea is associated with the _____ century AD.
Definition
fourth
Term
The Moors initially moved into Spain in _____.
Definition
711
Term
Lex Romana Visigothorum deals with _____.
Definition
law
Term
A capitulary was a _____.
Definition
decree
Term
The Christian church officially split into Roman and Orthodox sections in _____.
Definition
1054
Term
_____ produced the Vulgate Bible.
Definition
Jerome
Term
King _____ learned to read at the age of 40.
Definition
Alfred
Term
Pople _____ crowned Charlemagne Holy Roman Emperor.
Definition
Leo III
Term
Charlemagne's imperial capital was located at the present city of _____.
Definition
Aachen
Term
_____ was the chieftan present when the last western Roman emperor gave up his throne in 476.
Definition
Odovacer
Term
_____ ruled the Roman Empire during the early third century AD.
Definition
Septimus Severus
Term
Emperor _____ admitted the Visigoths into the Roman Empire in 376 AD.
Definition
Valens
Term
Apollo of the Belvidere is a _____.
Definition
statue
Term
Nicomedia was located in present-day _____.
Definition
Turkey
Term
_____ wrote the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.
Definition
Gibbon
Term
The biographer of Charlemagne was _____.
Definition
Einhard
Term
King Henry married _____ in 1152.
Definition
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Term
What 6 provinces did Philip II obtain?
Definition
Vemandols, Artois, Normandy, Maine, Touraine, Anjou
Term
Emperor _____ asked Pope Urban II for help against the Turks.
Definition
Alexius Comnenus
Term
Crusaders established the four kingdoms of _____, ______, ______, and _____.
Definition
Antioch, Tripoli, Edessa, Jerusalem
Term
Name four scholastic theologians of the rennaissance.
Definition
Anselm, Peter Abelard, Peter Lombard, Thomas Aquinas
Term
_____ produced the Polyglot Bible.
Definition
Francisco Jiminez de Cisneros
Term
_____ was the first Italian prose work.
Definition
Boccaccio-Decameron
Term
Books before 1500 were called _____.
Definition
incunabula
Term
____ took printing to England.
Definition
William Caxton
Term
_____ and _____ were nobles who embraced Protestantism in Hungary.
Definition
Mattias Biro and Stephen Kis
Term
Pope _____ founded the Vatican library.
Definition
Sixtus IV
Term
_____ allegedly happened at the site of St. Peter's Cathedral.
Definition
St. Peter was martyred/crucified
Term
Movements in the arts generally last _____ years.
Definition
15
Term
Michelangelo quarrelled with Pope _____.
Definition
Julius II
Term
_____ painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
Definition
Michelangelo
Term
The artist _____ came from Urbino.
Definition
Raphael
Term
_____ painted The School of Athens.
Definition
Raphael
Term
_____ was the "most relentlessly curious man" in history.
Definition
Leonardo da Vinci
Term
_____ sketched the Deluge.
Definition
Leonardo da Vinci