E the need to flee from the Persians. D people should strive to live in harmony with nature. For example, the Chinese learned from Islamic math and astronomy; the Muslims received Chinese innovations like block printing and gunpowder. C individuals who withdraw from society and live in harmony with nature. A He banned animal sacrifices and hunting. B Confucianism and Daoism were not mutually exclusive but, in many people's eyes, complemented each other. E None of these answers is correct.
D were based on religious affiliation. E None of these answers is correct B appeal his case. Buddhism was downplayed in favor of Neo-Confucianism, which itself was a reaction to the upsurge of popularity of Buddhism, seen in China as a foreign philosophy. E None of these answers is correct B as foreigners, they were opposed by native Persians. B could not marry other slaves at will.
Just your birthday and email address. D Alexander, by 336 B. B political science and the study of law. B the rebellions of the Greek city-states, fighting for their independence. These online resources include all the information you need to succeed in this challenging history course. C two weeks for Marathon runners.
D it grew increasingly remote from the population at large. A The most devastating diseases were smallpox, measles, and bubonic plague. D Female slaves usually worked as domestic servants. E All these answers are correct. B foreign religions began to take root in Indian society. C an end to the belief in karma.
E None of these answers is correct. E All these answers are correct. E All these answers are correct E All these answers are correct 13 5241837910 The economic foundation of classical Persian society was A long-distance trade. E All these answers are correct. B brahmins, the dominant class of classical India, no longer tolerated Buddhism.
E None of these answers is correct. D a republican form of government. E All these answers are correct. C his army was well disciplined, was well armed, and used sophisticated tactics. B Mahayana theologians revised the Four Noble Truths. D the lower classes, urban populations, and women.
C a belief in salvation. D During the Han, sericulture expanded from the Yellow River valley to most of China. E All these answers are correct. E All these answers are correct. E None of these answers is correct. B They spoke the same language. C government should be run by laws.
D one week for imperial couriers. E All these answers are correct E All these answers are correct. D the homeland of Alexander. E None of these answers is correct. C It was located on the eastern coast of South America.
B They adopted official Roman language and social customs. C Mahayana Buddhists did not honor the Buddha as a god. C Indo-Europeans who migrated from Anatolia to Iran. C the powerful Xiongnu leader, Maodun, killed his father. We advise that the best prep is thorough mastery of the material. C There was less activity, but trade revived along the routes in the sixth century C. E All these answers are correct.