The Adventures of Ibn Battuta, a Muslim Traveler of the Fourteenth Century Test | Final Test - Easy

Ross E. Dunn
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Where does Dunn think the information about cultures came from?
(a) Battuta’s journal.
(b) Other records.
(c) Imagination.
(d) Memory.

2. Why was Battuta so unimpressed with the governor of Mali?
(a) He didn’t speak Arabic.
(b) He didn’t hold prayers.
(c) He didn’t give good enough gifts.
(d) He knew little of the Muslim religion.

3. What did Battuta do when he got cold after leaving Constantinople?
(a) Put on all his clothing.
(b) Made a fire.
(c) Drank spirits.
(d) Returned to the city.

4. What was a junk?
(a) A book.
(b) A shrine.
(c) A breed of horse.
(d) A ship.

5. What did Battuta prepare before meeting Tughluq?
(a) A speech.
(b) A song.
(c) A dressing gown.
(d) A gift.

6. How many khanates were there at the time of this book?
(a) 4.
(b)
(c)
(d) 8.

7. What desert borders Mali?
(a) The Tunisian Desert.
(b) The Salt Desert.
(c) The Mojave Desert.
(d) The Sahara Desert.

8. Where did IbnJuzayy get most of his information?
(a) Talks with Battuta.
(b) His own experience.
(c) Interviews with people.
(d) Notes from Battuta.

9. When was the Rihla rediscovered?
(a) The 19th Century.
(b) The 16th Century.
(c) The 18th Century.
(d) The 17th Century.

10. Where does Dunn say Battuta headed without knowing when he left China?
(a) Back to India.
(b) Back to his home.
(c) Back to Mecca.
(d) Back to Damascus.

11. Who was turned against Battuta in the Maldives?
(a) The Sultan.
(b) The Princess.
(c) The Governor.
(d) The Vizier.

12. What kind of gifts did Battuta get in Mali?
(a) Small gifts.
(b) Tourist gifts.
(c) Religious relics.
(d) Large gifts.

13. Why did ToghonTemur like to open relationships with the Muslims?
(a) To increase trade routes.
(b) To hide his real ambitions.
(c) To educate himself.
(d) To spread his empire.

14. Why was Princess Bayalun going to Constantinople?
(a) To fulfill a pilgrimage.
(b) To have a baby.
(c) To be healed.
(d) To be married.

15. Who wanted the Rihla made?
(a) Princess Bayalun.
(b) The Sultan of Delhi.
(c) Battuta.
(d) Abu Inan.

Short Answer Questions

1. How did the people raise their children at the time of this book?

2. Where did Tughluq’s empire begin to crumble?

3. What is a Rihla?

4. Who showed Battuta around Constantinople?

5. What bothered Battuta about the people in Mali?

(see the answer keys)

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