West Meets East Meets West: Module Exam

To where did Muhammad flee when he left Mecca in 622 CE?
Medina
Which of the following is not associated with one of the pillars of Islam?
self-glorification
Which belief is shared by Jews, Christians, and Muslims?
People should rest one day a week
What do the three Abrahamic faiths-Christianity, Islam, and Judaism-have in common?
All bar the worship of idols
What effect did Akbar’s death have on the Mughal empire in India?
Successive rulers enacted anti-Hindu policies which destabilized the empire
After the Moguls defeated the Islamic state in India during the 16th century, the Islamic religion
was kept out of Central Asia
What conclusions can be drawn about the spread of Islam from 632 through 1000 AD (CE)?
Islamic armies conquered major cities to help spread Islam in three continents
What does the map indicate about the spread of Islam from 622 through 732 CE?
Islam did not spread deeply in to the north of the Mediterranean Sea
In 1198 CE, Pope Innocent III gave the merchants of Venice, Italy, a license to trade with the Muslims of the Holy Land. What can be inferred from this fact?
During this time, Europe was not entirely hostile to Muslims
What was the primary effect of cultural exchange between Europe and the Islamic world?
Muslim goods and knowledge led to some advancements in European society.
Which of the following is true of the arrival of Islam in India?
Muslims faced violent resistance
What was the effect of Mamluk warriors pushing into India?
The Delhi Sultanate was formed
The establishment of the university of Al-Azhar in Cairo, Egypt is an example of the
emphasis on the value of learning and knowledge in the Islamic empire
What can be inferred about the economy of Islamic empires from the information shown in the map?
Trade with Asia was economically important
What does this 14th-century drawing suggest about the Golden Age of Islam?
It was a period of scientific and artistic innovation
Which of the following best describes the architectural style of the Islamic Golden Age?
Buildings tended to be ornately decorated with geometric patterns
The depiction of the city of Baghdad by the author highlights the
architectural majesty built under the Abbasid Caliphate
Based on this description what can be deduced about Ibn Battuta?
He was concerned about the corrupting influence of wealth
Which of the following is true of the Roman Empire at the end of the fourth century CE?
Christianity was the official religion as established by Constantine the Great

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