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- 1 What two religions were found primarily in Europe and Middle East 1500 AD?
- 2 What were the main religions by 1500 AD?
- 3 What are the 3 main religions in the Middle East?
- 4 What were the 2 main religions in Europe around 1500?
- 5 Where is Christianity located in the year 1500?
- 6 Which religion has the largest followers today?
What two religions were found primarily in Europe and Middle East 1500 AD?
A – World Religions (23 questions)
|By 1500, which two religions were concentrated in Europe and the Middle East?||Judaism and Christianity|
|By 1500, which religion was concentrated in parts of Asia, Africa, and southern Europe?||Islam|
|By 1500, which religion was concentrated in India and part of Southeast Asia?||Hinduism|
What were the main religions by 1500 AD?
By 1500 a.d., the five world religions had spread to many areas of the Eastern Hemisphere. The five major world religions are Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. The Renaissance was a period of European history that lasted from about 1300-1600.
What are the 3 main religions in the Middle East?
Three of the world’s major religions — the monotheist traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — were all born in the Middle East and are all inextricably linked to one another.
What were the 2 main religions in Europe around 1500?
The Christian faith was predominant, although there were also Jews and Muslims living in Europe. In 1500 the Catholic Church held enormous power and influence.
Where is Christianity located in the year 1500?
WHII SOL REVIEW:WORLD RELIGIONS
|Where was Islam concentrated around 1500 AD?||THE MIDDLE EAST, AFRICA, ASIA, AND SOUTHERN EUROPE|
|Where is Christianity concentrated today?||EUROPE AND NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA|
|Where was Christianity concentrated around 1500 AD?||EUROPE AND THE MIDDLE EAST|
Which religion has the largest followers today?
Adherents in 2020