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  • Exercises on the Peoples of Mesopotamia

    question 1 Mesopotamia was the birthplace of many peoples of eastern antiquity, such as the Sumerians, responsible for the development of humanitys first form of writing, and the Assyrians, famous for having built the Great Library of Nineveh. The term “Mesopotamia” was coined by the Greeks and its

  • Exercises on the Persians

    question 1 (Ufam) The Persians were, in antiquity, one of the most important peoples to occupy the region of Mesopotamia. About its history and culture, it is possible to say that: a) The victory of Darius I over the Greeks marked the beginning of the Persian rise in the Mediterranean, favoring the

  • Exercises on the Black Panthers

    question 1 (PUC-PR) Read the following text: “One hundred years ago a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we find ourselves today, signed the Emancipation Proclamation. (…) But a hundred years later, the Negro is still not free. A hundred years later, the life of the Negro is still severely hel

  • Exercises on the final months of the Second World War

    question 1 April 25, 1945 was characterized as the “beginning of the end of the war” in Europe. This can be stated because it was on that day: a) that there was an attack on Hitlers Bunker. b) that there was the atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima. c) that there was the siege of Berlin by Soviet troops.

  • Exercises about the Mayans

    question 1 The Mayans, as well as other Mesoamerican peoples, were known for having human sacrifice as a very striking practice. Regarding this feature of the Mayan civilization, select the correct alternative: a) The Mayans performed human sacrifices only in the city of Tikal, an important religiou

  • Exercises on the Incas

    question 1 (UFC) Recently, Alejandro Toledo was elected president of Peru. During the electoral campaign, he was called Pachacútec, in an allusion to the Inca emperor who consolidated an empire in the central Andes. About the Inca society, it is correct to say that: a) the fact of constituting one o

  • Exercises on Enlightenment Philosophers

    question 1 Analyze the columns below, which contain the names of some philosophers of the Enlightenment on one side, and their works on the other. I - Montesquieu a - Articles of Association II - Jean-Jacques Rousseau b - Encyclopedia III - Voltaire c - The Spirit of Laws

  • Exercises on the USA in World War I

    question 1 (Mackenzie) Regarding the US involvement in the First World War, it is INCORRECT to state that: a) was influenced by the Germanic intention to attract Mexico, promising it help in the reconquest of territories lost to the USA. b) the US directly financed the French-English arms industry a

  • Exercises on Fundamental Historical Concepts

    question 1 Is history just an area of ​​knowledge concerned with studying the past? Justify your answer. question 2 Can historical facts be recognized only in the actions of great events and characters? Justify your answer with an example. question 3 Establish the difference between chronological

  • Exercises about concentration camps in the United States

    question 1 In the first half of the 20th century, the United States saw the considerable growth of its Japanese-American community. With the beginning of the conflict between the United States and Japan, this community began to suffer intense persecution. In which part of the United States was this

  • Exercises on the September 11, 2001 attacks

    question 1 (PUC-Rio) Regarding the meaning and consequences of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the following statements are correct, EXCEPT: a) The terrorist attacks caused changes in the daily life of the American population, such as the growth of surveillance and restrictions on the f

  • Exercises about the Aztecs

    question 1 (UFRJ) The Aztec civilization had as its center the region that corresponds today: a) to Mexico; b) to the Caribbean; c) to the Pacific coast of the USA; d) to Peru; d) to Venezuela. question 2 (UFES-adapted) “The Aztecs (Azteca) or Mexicans (Mexica) dominated most of Mexico with splendor

  • Exercises on the Artists of the Renaissance

    question 1 The cultural and artistic renaissance of the 16th century had great names in painting among its protagonists. Tick ​​the alternative that indicates the Italian Renaissance artist who became known as the Painter of the Madonnas . a) Leonardo da Vinci b) Rafael Sanzio c) Giordano Bruno

  • Exercises on the background of the Russian Revolution

    question 1 One of the reasons that led to the overthrow of tsarism in 1917, initiating the Russian Revolution, was related to the clandestine political organization that took place throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries. On the formation of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party (RSDLP) an

  • Exercises on the Anabaptists and the Revolts of the 16th Century

    question 1 (VUNESP) Thomas Münzer led the Anabaptists, peasants who, inspired by Lutheran theses, began to confiscate land, including the nobility, breaking with the feudal structure. The attitude of Luther, proposer of the Reformation, towards Anabaptism was: a) support, as he saw in his followers

  • Exercises on the Treaty of Methuen

    question 1 Draw a parallel between the Portuguese and British economy between the end of the 17th century and the beginning of the 18th century. question 2 A brief summary of the agreement signed through the Methuen Treaty, signed in 1703, involving Portugal and England. question 3 What were the

  • Exercises on chronological time and historical time

    question 1 Read the text and then mark the correct alternative: Man is but a reed, the weakest in nature, but he is a thinking reed. It is not necessary for the entire universe to arm itself to crush you. A vapor, a drop of water, is enough to kill him. But, when the universe crushes him, man would

  • Exercises on the emergence of the bourgeoisie

    question 1 (FMTM) The growth of commerce and cities in the Late Middle Ages: consolidated feudal structures such as the subsistence economy and suzerainty. expanded agricultural activities, with the decline in the use of currency in exchanges. has given rise to a new social group, linked to craft

  • Exercises on Socialism

    question 1 (Miracles Contest/2018) “The Great October Revolution was a revolution without example in the history of humanity. Its inspirer, its leader and its organizer was the party of the Bolsheviks, its central committee, led by Lenin.” REED, John. The ten days that shook the world . São Paulo:Gl

  • Exercises on the Feudal Production System

    question 1 Establish a brief explanation punctuating the model of land division existing in feudal estates question 2 Explain the labor relationship that intermediated the relationship between feudal lords and peasants. question 3 How did the crop rotation system work? question 4 Establish the p

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