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The location of Afghanistan astride the land routes between the Indian subcontinent, Iran, and central Asia has enticed conquerors throughout historyThe location of Afghanistan astride the land routes between the Indian subcontinent, Iran, and central Asia has enticed conquerors throughout history
S afghanistan in prehistoric times, but the archaeological record is not clear. Certainly cultures had flourished in the north and east before the Persian king Darius I (c. 500 Bc) conquered these areas
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Afghanistan a second Chance to Transform a NationAfghanistan a second Chance to Transform a Nation
D, Persians reaffirmed control over roughly the modern boundaries of Afghanistan, but once again, Afghan tribes revolted fiercely against the Persian occupiers
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Chapter 13-Introduction to IndiaChapter 13-Introduction to India
In this chapter, you explored eight physical features of the Indian subcontinent and how they affected early settlement in India
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Woccisd 6th Grade College and Career Readiness World Cultures Scope and Sequence-2012-2013Woccisd 6th Grade College and Career Readiness World Cultures Scope and Sequence-2012-2013
North Africa and sw asia, including the Sahara Desert, the Arabian Peninsula, the Sinai Peninsula, and the Fertile Crescent
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Islamic Fundamentalism Interactive Lecture Notes Prior to World War One, European Politics Played a large Role In The Middle EastIslamic Fundamentalism Interactive Lecture Notes Prior to World War One, European Politics Played a large Role In The Middle East
These were the dates that all imperial influences of France, Britain, and Russia left these Middle Eastern States
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Mohenjo-Daro and HarappaMohenjo-Daro and Harappa
Mesopotamia and Egypt. We don’t know what the ancient people of the Indus River Valley called themselves. Archaeologists named the cities Mohenjo-Daro, which means “hill of the dead,” and Harappa, after a nearby city
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Ancient to Classical 1200 – 600 bce transitionsAncient to Classical 1200 – 600 bce transitions
To the classical period (600 bce to 600 ce) that followed was an age of great change. But this change claimed victims. By about 1000 bce, war, natural disaster, environmental exploitation, political decay
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