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Khwārazm-Shāh dynasty: Quiz

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Question 1: Escaping to the Caucasus, he captured ________ in 1225, setting up his capital at Tabriz.
TurkeyAzerbaijanNakhchivanKazakhstan

Question 2: The Mongols stormed ________, Samarkand, and the Khwarezmid capital Urgench.
HeratMervBukharaMashhad

Question 3: They ruled ________ in the High Middle Ages, in the period of about 1077 to 1231, first as vassals of the Seljuqs and later as independent rulers, up until the Mongol invasions of the 13th century.
Greater IranAfghanistanBantu peoplesAzerbaijan

Question 4: In 1218, ________ sent a trade mission to the state, but at the town of Otrar the governor, suspecting the Khan's ambassadors to be spies, confiscated their goods and executed them.
Mongol EmpireGenghis KhanGolden HordeÖgedei Khan

Question 5: He never consolidated his power, however, spending the rest of his days struggling against the ________, the Seljuk Turks of Rum, and pretenders to his own throne.
MongolsKalmyk peopleBorjiginMonguor

Question 6: His son, Qutb ud-Dīn Muhammad I, became the first hereditary Shah of ________.
KhwarezmSassanid EmpireIranGreater Iran

Question 7: In 1141, the Seljuq Sultan Ahmed Sanjar was defeated by the ________ (Kara-Khitan Khanate) and Anūsh Tigin's grandson Ala ad-Din Aziz was forced to submit as a vassal to the Kara Khitay.
Liao DynastyKara-Khanid KhanateUyghur peopleKara-Khitan Khanate

Question 8: In 1077 the governorship of the province, which now belonged to the ________, fell into the hands of Anūsh Tigin Gharchāī, a former Turkic slave of the Seljuq sultan.
Safavid dynastyGreat Seljuq EmpireGhaznavidsTimurid dynasty

Question 9: The remains of the Muslim Khwarezmians served in Egypt as ________ mercenaries until they were finally beaten by Mansur Ibrahim some years later.
Ayyubid dynastyMongol EmpireBahri dynastyMamluk

Question 10: Iltumish however denied this to him in deference to the relationship with the ________.
Abbasid CaliphateNeo-Assyrian EmpireAkkadian EmpireIslamic Golden Age







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