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Grade 6 Ancient India
What was the first religion of India?
  1. Christianity
  2. Hinduism
  3. Buddahism
  4. Atheism
Grade 6 Mesopotamia
Which statement does NOT describe the location of Mesopotamia?
  1. in the Fertile Crescent
  2. along the Nile River
  3. along the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers
  4. north of the Arabian Desert
Grade 6 Egypt
Which of these is the CORRECT order of Egyptian society from highest to lowest class?
  1. Pharaoh, Priests, Scribes, Merchants/Artisans, Slaves
  2. Pharaoh, Priests, Merchants/Artisans, Scribes, Slaves
  3. Pharaoh, Scribes, Merchants/Artisans, Priests, Slaves
  4. Priests, Pharaoh, Merchants/Artisans, Scribes, Slaves
Grade 7 Roman Empire
Gladiators were typically                          and                         .
  1. trainers and emperors
  2. patricians and plebeians
  3. brother and sister
  4. slaves and criminals
Grade 4 Exploration
Who funded Christopher Columbus's trip?
  1. His Mom
  2. Kananta
  3. The King and Queen of Spain
  4. Henery Hudson
Grade 6 WWI
What other name is given to World War I?
  1. The Holocaust
  2. The Cold War
  3. The Russian Revolution
  4. The Great War
Grade 6 Greece
Grade 9 Renaissance and Reformation
Who invented the telescope ?
  1. Michaelangelo
  2. Jesus
  3. More
  4. Galileo
Grade 6 Ancient History
Grade 2 Exploration
Grade 10 French Revolution
Before the French Revolution, the people of France were divided in three estates based mainly on their
  1. education level
  2. geographic location
  3. social class
  4. religious beliefs
Grade 10 French Revolution
The American Revolution and French Revolution were turning points in history the results of these revolutions
  1. lead to the abolition of slavery
  2. inspired other peoples seeking democracy and independence
  3. marked the end of European influence on the Western Hemisphere
  4. demonstrated the need for strong peacekeeping organizations
Grade 6 Ancient India
The constant cycle of life, death, and rebirth is called...
  1. reincarnation
  2. tedious
  3. social climbing
  4. migration
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