World History 2 28 - 2.4 Review Questions

QuestionAnswer
Who founded the Mughal Empire?
Babur
Humayun
Akbar
Shah Jahan
What was Din-i Ilahi?
a religion created by Akbar
a palace built by Jahangir
a law code written by Babur
a ceremony for Hindu brides who married Mughal rulers
Which group was not found in large numbers in Gujarat before the arrival of Europeans?
Roman Catholics
Jewish people
Parsis
Muslims
Aurangzeb executed the guru Tegh Bahadur. What religion was Bahadur a leader of?
Sikh
Muslim
Hindu
Buddhist
Which port city was the base of the Portuguese State of India?
Goa
Surat
Diu
Mumbai
In which region did the British compete intensely with the French?
Bengal
the Sultanate of Gujarat
Kerala
the Deccan Plateau
Parameswara, the founder of the Malaccan Sultanate, descended from the rulers of what empire?
Srivijayan Empire
Chola Empire
Majapahit Empire
Ayutthaya Empire
What was the Undang-Undang Laut Melaka?
a Malaccan maritime law code that governed the conduct of sailors and traveling merchants
an elite order of knights who served the sultan of Melaka
a codification of Islamic law produced in the Malaccan Sultanate
a famous poem about a Malaccan folk hero
What was the result of Portugal’s effort to Christianize the subjects of the Sultanate of Ternate?
The Muslims of Ternate began a holy war against the Portuguese and drew closer to the Muslim world.
The Portuguese successfully converted the majority of the population, who drove out their Muslim rulers.
The people of Ternate allied with the Muslims in Majapahit and Ayutthaya to drive out the Portuguese.
The Spanish allied with the Portuguese to kill all the residents of Ternate who refused to become Christian.
For what reason did China go to war with Japan in the sixteenth century?
Japan invaded China’s vassal state of Korea.
Japan refused to stop Japanese pirates from raiding the coast of China.
Japan invaded Taiwan, which was claimed by China.
Japan allied with the Portuguese in their plans to interfere with China’s trade with Spain.
The Qing dynasty incorporated all the following areas into China except _____.
Cambodia
Xinjiang
Taiwan
Tibet
What was the goal of the Silhak movement?
to solve social problems by studying science and technology
to improve trade with Japan
to convert Chinese to Christianity
to overthrow King Sejong

The content of this course has been taken from the free World History, Volume 2: from 1400 textbook by Openstax

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