Effects of the Islamic Caliphates

 

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Effects of the Islamic Caliphates

Question 1
After the death of Muhammad, Islam spread rapidly due to --
A
the promise of plunder for soldiers.
B
the desire of Caliphs to keep their people focused outward.
C
weak neighboring empires.
D
All of these
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Question 2
From the 9th to the 14th centuries, Muslim rule of conquered territories was characterized by --
A
the rejection of Greek and Roman scientific works.
B
the acceptance of members of other cultures.
C
the creation of democratic governments.
D
a decrease in trade and commerce.
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Question 3
In the 700s, Arabian merchants played a large role in --
A
spreading new technology across Asia, Africa, and Europe.
B
converting large numbers of European to Islam.
C
uniting most of Asia and Europe.
D
stopping the invasions of nomadic tribes in Asia.
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Question 4
How did the development of Islam influence the blending of cultures in the region where Europe, Africa and Asia come together?
A
Islam tolerated other religions and adopted many customs and ideas.
B
Interest in scholarship encouraged the blending of cultures and ideas.
C
The fall of the Roman Empire provided a vacuum of power that was filled by Islam.
D
All answer choices are correct.
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Question 5
Which statement does NOT correctly explain an effect of the caliphates on Europe, Asia, and Africa?
A
Islamic art, science and literature flowered.
B
All of Europe avoided traded with Islamic empires.
C
An exchange of language, ideas and culture occurred.
D
Islam expanded through Egypt across North Africa.
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