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Question 1: ________ and olive oil production is particularly important for the economy of the region.
GreeceIsraelOliveMediterranean Sea

Question 2: The Anatolian peninsula is bounded by the Black Sea to the north, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, the ________ to the west, and the sea of Marmara to the northwest, which separates Anatolia from Thrace in Europe.
Aegean civilizationsGreeceSamos IslandAegean Sea

Question 3: The most important valleys are the Kocaeli Valley, the Bursa Ovasi (Bursa Basin), and the Plains of ________ (historically known as the Troad.) The valley lowlands around Bursa are densely populated.
HomerPergamonMiletusTroy

Question 4: By the end of the 14th century, most of Anatolia was controlled by various ________.
GermiyanAnatolian Turkish BeyliksDanishmendsCandaroğlu

Question 5: The region is bounded by the Black Sea to the north, Georgia to the northeast, Armenia and the Euphrates river to the east, the Mesopotamian plain and Orontes river to the southeast,[1] the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and the ________ to the west.
Samos IslandAegean SeaGreeceAegean civilizations

Question 6: In the ________, Anatolikon was a theme covering the western and central parts of Turkey's present-day Central Anatolian Region.
Byzantine IconoclasmRoman EmpireWestern Roman EmpireByzantine Empire

Question 7: Since the foundation of the ________ in 1923, most of Anatolia has been part of Turkey, its inhabitants being mainly Turks and Kurds (see demographics of Turkey and history of Turkey).
CyprusTurkeyTurkish peopleCroatia

Question 8: Erciyes, rising to 3917 m near ________.
KayseriAdanaİzmirAnkara

Question 9: One of the numerous Assyrian ________ records found in Anatolia at Kanesh uses an advanced system of trading computations and credit lines.
Old Persian cuneiformCuneiform scriptAkkadian languageSumer

Question 10: Byzantine control was challenged by ________ raids starting in the seventh century, but in the 9th and 10th century a resurgent Byzantine Empire regained its lost territories, including Armenia and Syria.
Arab peopleArab culturePalestinian peopleIraq
















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