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The external threats faced by the civilisations of ancient Mesopotamia, India, China and Southeast Asia include _____________.
rivalry between different kingdoms
Which of the following is not an example of a measure taken against external threats?
The building of friendships with neighbouring kingdoms.
The building of barriers such as tall walls and watchtowers.
The building of large armies.
The building of dams on major rivers.
What is patriotism?
An appreciation of the cultures of other countries
A love for the place where one lives or comes from
The acceptance of certain customs from other civilisations in one's own society
The friendship between two or more neighbouring kingdoms
Which of these is an example of a successful response against external threats?
The large armies of the ancient Indians presented a fearsome sight to foreign invaders
The building of the Great Wall of China to defend itself when it was attacked by neighbouring kingdoms
The Khyber Pass and Hindu Kush mountains prevented foreigners from invading India
The early Southeast Asian rulers competed with each other to cast bigger cannons
Kingdoms or empires built friendships with each other by ____________.
developing advance weapons
controlling important trade routes
building barriers around their cities
Why were the early Southeast Asians keen to take part in China's tribute system?
They wanted to have Chinese protection against attacks by rival kingdoms.
They wanted to prevent attacks from tribes who lived along the Silk Road in Central Asia.
They liked sending grain and precious gifts to China.
They wanted to adopt Chinese customs and practices.
Which of the following statements is true about external threats faced by ancient Mesopotamia, India, China, and Southeast Asia?
They led to order and stability in a kingdom or empire.
They endangered the lives of people living in a kingdom or empire.
They could only dealt with after they had happened.
They are threats which are no longer faced by people today.
Which of the statements below is not an example of integration?
The Kushans who invaded India adopted the Indian way of life and practices Hinduism and Buddhism?
The people of early Southeast Asia adopted Islam out of respect for their rulers who had converted to Islam.
The foreigners who invaded China adopted Chinese customs and used their Chinese language and writing systems.
Some foreigners in ancient India were given the warrior class ranking.
One invention by the ancient Chinese that was used as a weapon was the ______________.
What does the fact that early Southeast Asia had weapons such as cannons show?
Early Southeast Asia had the most advanced civilisation during early times.
Early Southeast Asians were able to prevent attacks from rival kingdoms and empires
Early Southeast Asia was frequently attacked by foreign kingdoms and empires
Early Southeast Asia had advanced technology