A) slave women who lived in the sultan's harem
B) Christian boys taken from conquered territories and raised as special forces
C) regional administrators, who were granted autonomy in exchange for loyalty and support
D) armored, light cavalry
E) eunuchs in service to the sultan
A) replaced many Hindu temples with mosques
B) required all nonbelievers to pay a special tax
C) extended Mughal authority into southern India
D) faced many rebellions and religious conflicts
E) all of the above
A) the millet communities in the Ottoman Empire
B) the jizya tax imposed by Aurangzeb
C) the Jesuit mission at the court of Goa
D) the syncretic "divine faith" of Akbar
E) Christian monasteries permitted at Isfahan
A) the refusal to accept new ideas and technologies from the West
B) an abandonment of religious toleration as a state policy
C) the decline in military leadership
D) the rigidity of the religious leaders
A) killing off competitors from the Mughal royal families
B) seizing the Peacock Throne
C) tracing his ancestry back to a Sufi religious leader
D) marrying the daughter of Suleyman the Magnificent
E) tracing his ancestry back to Tammerlane
(A) Far greater rights
(B) Somewhat greater rights
(C) About the same level of rights
(D) Somewhat fewer rights
(E) Far fewer rights
(A) Alexander the Great
(A) fought for the rights of mixed-race peoples and the freeing of slaves
(B) focused on enlisting the upper-classes, since they held most of the wealth
(C) drew from Napoleon's tactics
(D) stressed that he would not work to free the slaves
(E) held up the justice of Spanish rule as an example elsewhere
(A) A larger middle class developed.
(B) The regime allowed labor unions to form.
(C) The samurai class lost its traditional privileges.
(D) Prefects replaced nobles in regional government.
(E) Commoners could serve in the military.