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Traditions & Encounters A Brief Global History 4Th Edition By Jerry Bentley – Test Bank

Chapter 03 Early Societies in South and East Asia

Multiple Choice Questions

1. (p. 45) The chief god of the early Aryans wasA. Enlil.B. a mother goddess.C. Varuna.D. Indra.E. Manu.

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2. (p. 46) The earliest known civilization in India was theA. Bantu.B. Indo-European.C. Harappan.D. Sumerian.E. Hindu.

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3. (p. 46) Much of early Harappan history remains a mystery becauseA. the archaeological remains are below the existing water table.B. the Harappans lacked a written language.C. Harappan records were destroyed in a Mesopotamian invasion.D. the Aryans undertook a systematic destruction of Harappan written records.E. the archaeological remains are below the existing water table, and the Harappans lacked a written language.

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4. (p. 46) If the Greek historian Herodotus had known of the Harappan society, he might have used the phrase “the gift of the ________” to describe it.A. NileB. TigrisC. IndusD. YangzeE. Euphrates

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5. (p. 47) Mohenjo-daro wasA. the mother goddess of the earliest Indian society.B. an important early thinker in the rise of Hinduism.C. one of the two main cities of the Harappan society.D. a collection of early Indian religious texts.E. the combination of two Indian sun gods.

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6. (p. 47) Two especially prominent cities of the first Indian society were Harappa andA. Mohenjo-daro.B. Babylon.C. Calcutta.D. Uruk.E. Tyre.

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7. (p. 47) Based on archaeological evidence from early Indian history, historians believe thatA. Harappa and Mohenjo-daro served as economic and political centers.B. the Harappan world was one of constant civil war.C. the Chinese were a constant influence.D. there was little true culture in India before the arrival of the Indo-Europeans.E. early Indian cities remained small and unsophisticated by comparison to other ancient cities.

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8. (p. 47) At its height, the population of Mohenjo-daro reachedA. 10,000.B. 20,000.C. 40,000.D. 75,000.E. 100,000.

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9. (p. 47) Evidence relating to trade indicates that Harappan IndiaA. was isolated and did not trade.B. traded exclusively with China.C. traded exclusively with Persia.D. imported substantially more than they exported.E. traded with Mesopotamia and Persia.

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10. (p. 46-48) Which of the following statements about Harappan society is FALSE?A. Most of their houses featured private rooms for bathing and toilets.B. They traded extensively with the Mesopotamians.C. They had social distinctions.D. Their writings have provided a wealth of information for historians.E. Major cities were laid out on a planned grid.

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11. (p. 48) Harappan religionA. focused on the worship of the sun.B. was strongly monotheistic.C. reflected a strong concern for fertility.D. focused on the worship of the moon.E. is the same as Hinduism.

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12. (p. 48) Some scholars believe that, after the collapse of the Harappan society, Harappan deitiesA. disappeared completely.B. quickly became the only gods of the Indo-Europeans.C. survived and found a place in the Hindu pantheon.D. survived in southeast Asia after the Harappan migration.E. were transformed into destructive dragons by the Aryans.

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13. (p. 48) One of the biggest reasons for the decline of the Harappan society wasA. a devastating plague.B. ecological degradation.C. a Chinese invasion.D. a Mesopotamian invasion.E. a bloody civil war.

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14. (p. 48) The Aryans wereA. the priestly class of the Harappan society.B. Chinese merchants.C. the political remnants of the Harappan kings.D. Indo-Europeans.E. Germanic invaders.

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15. (p. 49) The Aryans came into IndiaA. in a centuries-long migration.B. as part of a violent, organized military campaign.C. as religious pilgrims.D. after fleeing persecution in China.E. as a slave class that eventually rebelled against Harappan repression.

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