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  1. Jeopardy Choose a category. You will be given the question. You must give the correct answer. Click to begin.

  2. A B C D E F 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points

  3. True/False The Tokugawa Shogunate ruled during a time of peace

  4. True

  5. True/False Portugal explored the African coast to find an all-water route to Asia

  6. True

  7. True/False Portugal, the Netherlands, England, and France competed for control of the Atlantic Ocean trade.

  8. False: Indian Ocean

  9. True/False The Chinese Muslim explorer Zheng He led seven voyages of exploration that ranged from Southeast Asia to Eastern Africa

  10. True

  11. True/False Unlike the British, the Dutch were able to win the favor of the Japanese emperors by accepting trade restrictions, paying tribute, and kowtowing.

  12. False: Chinese

  13. True/False Under Japan’s system of feudalism, the daimyo functioned most similarly to what, in Europe’s system of feudalism, were the lords

  14. True

  15. True/False The Italians established good trade relations with Japan, partly because they had introduced the musket and cannon to this nation

  16. False: Portuguese

  17. True/False Kangxi and Qian-long were emperors of China’s Ming Dynasty

  18. False: Qing Dynasty

  19. True/False In 1612, Tokugawa leyasu began a successful campaign to rid Japan of all Buddhist belief

  20. False: Christian

  21. True/False After the Crusades ended, the Spanish and Portugeusecontrolled the trade of goods from East to West

  22. False: Muslims and Italians

  23. Which European country was the leader in developing and applying 15th century sailing innovations? Italy Spain Portugal The Netherlands

  24. C. Portugal

  25. Who were the first Europeans to arrive on Japanese soil? Italians who traded firearms Shipwrecked Portuguese sailors Christian missionaries Dutch merchants from the Dutch East India Company

  26. B. Shipwrecked Portuguese sailors

  27. Why was the caravel an important development in navigation? It was able to sail against the wind It was able to sail in shallow waters It was able to withstand storms at sea It was able to carry large numbers of crew members

  28. A. It was able to sail against the wind

  29. Korea was a vassal state of which country during the 1700’s? Japan China Portugal The Netherlands

  30. B. China

  31. During the 1500’s, what was China’s official trade policy? China openly traded with all European countries Only the government was allowed to trade with foreign countries China traded only with Japan and other Asian countries The government lowered taxes to promote trade

  32. B. Only the government was allowed to trade with foreign countries

  33. Why did Lord Macartney give a letter from King George III to Qian-long? Great Britain wanted China to follow certain trade rituals Great Britain wanted China to stop trade with the Dutch Great Britain wanted to import manufactured goods from China Great Britain wanted to increase trade with China

  34. D. Great Britain wanted to increase trade with China

  35. Who captained the first European ship to sail around the tip of Africa, now known as the Cape of Good Hope? Prince Henry Vasco De Gama Bartolomeu Dias Christopher Columbus

  36. C. Bartolomeu Dias

  37. What did Hongwu do first to help China become a dominant power? He sent explorers to western Europe to learn about science and medicine He overthrew the Mongols and established the Ming Dynasty He reduced government expenses and lowered taxes He opened all ports to trade with European countries

  38. B. He overthrew the Mongols and established the Ming Dynasty

  39. What type of policy did Japan institute to control foreign ideas? A closed country policy A policy of persecution A policy of colonization A Zen Buddhist policy

  40. A. A closed country policy

  41. What type of poetry presents images rather than expresses an idea? Kabuki Kowtow Haiku Saikaku

  42. C. Haiku

  43. What were European’s main motives for making voyages of exploration? To test their new technology To grow wealthy and spread Christianity To break the Portuguese monopoly on trade To gain extra land for a growing population

  44. B. To grow wealthy and spread Christianity

  45. Why was Zheng He important? He was China’s first Chinese emperor He was China’s first non-Chinese emperor He led seven Chinese overseas explorations He overthrew the Mongol rule

  46. C. He led seven Chinese overseas explorations

  47. Why was the introduction of European firearms in Japan successful? A. It corresponded with the end of the closed country policy B. It corresponded with the warring states period of new feudalism C. It corresponded with the attempts of powerful shoguns to unify Japan D. It corresponded with the civil war that destroyed the old feudal system

  48. B. It corresponded with the warring states period of new feudalism

  49. What were China’s main reasons for rejecting British offers of trade? British merchants refused to kowtow to the emperor Britain wanted to be the exclusive trading partner with China China’s emperor did not like the gifts the British merchants offered China believed it was self-sufficient and didn’t need outside goods

  50. D. China believed it was self-sufficient and didn’t need outside goods