Indian and Islamic Influence in Southeast Asia

 

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Indian and Islamic Influence in Southeast Asia

Question 1
Each of the following were Southeast Asian kingdoms between the 1st and 15th century, EXCEPT:
A
Funan
B
Srivijaya
C
Angkor
D
Thailahit

Question 2
Which of the following kingdoms IS NOT matched correctly with its location?
A
Angkor - Mekong Valley and Isthmus of Kra
B
Majapahit - Java
C
Srivijaya - Mekong Valley and Liaodong Peninsula
D
Singosari - Malay Peninsula

Question 3
Which kingdoms were completely island based?
A
Majapahit and Singosari
B
Angkor and Funan

Question 4
Which were largely Hindu states?
A
Funan and Majapahit
B
Srijivaya and Angkor
C
Funan and Singosari
D
Singosari and Funan

Question 5
Which were largely Buddhist?
A
Majapahit and Funan
B
Srivijaya and Angkor
C
Singosari and Funan
D
Majapahit and Angkor

Question 6
Which largely blended Hindu and Buddhism with indigenous deities?
A
Singosari
B
Majapahit
C
Angkor
D
Srivijaya

Question 7
Which were largely Islamic?
A
Melaka
B
Firuz
C
Kembiz
D
Angkor

Question 8
Muslim merchants who travelled to and settled in Southeast Asia were ....
A
Indians from Gujarat or port cities of southern India
B
East Africans from Kilwa and Zimbabwe
C
Chinese Uighurs who settled in the Mekong
D
"Sea peoples" from the Caspian

Question 9
Marco Polo observed that ...
A
many town and city-dwellers on Java had converted to Islam
B
the village people of Java had converted to Islam
C
that Islam was non-existent in Java
D
That Islam, while practiced by the King of Java, was largely ignored by the rest of Javan society

Question 10
Each of the following is true about Sufis EXCEPT...
A
were known for their sincerity
B
preached their faith publicly
C
were Islamic purists who did not tolerate traditional beliefs
D
were known for their holiness
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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