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What were the causes and effects of the development of major world religions such as Islam and Sikhism?What were the causes and effects of the development of major world religions such as Islam and Sikhism?
How did Muslim, Christian, and Jewish societies in Asia and North Africa interact?
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World History Review Unit 4A-4b middle Ages in Europe, Asia and AfricaWorld History Review Unit 4A-4b middle Ages in Europe, Asia and Africa
Eastern Orthodoxy develops after the schism between that church and the Catholic Church
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The Columbian ExchangeThe Columbian Exchange
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Chapter 15 East and Central Africa in the Nineteenth CenturyChapter 15 East and Central Africa in the Nineteenth Century
There were many internally induced changes as well. In other words, the impact of the external and internal forces combined to shape the nineteenth century history of East Central Africa
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These well-developed civilizations flourished hundreds of years before the first colonists arrived in North America. Though European explorers were first drawn to West Africa in search of natural resources such as gold and spices
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Chapter 13 Essay: Interpreting Political Maps Ghana, Mali, and SonghaiChapter 13 Essay: Interpreting Political Maps Ghana, Mali, and Songhai
Complete the following map skill to help you understand the difference between Ghana, Mali, and Songhai
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Causes and effects of important turning points in world history from 600 to 1450Causes and effects of important turning points in world history from 600 to 1450
Arab soldiers unified by Islam and attracted by the promise of plunder conquered territory from Spain to India across North Africa, Arabia and Anatolia
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