The Mongols From Traditions and EncountersThe Mongols From Traditions and Encounters
For most of history the nomadic Mongols lived on the high steppe lands of eastern central Asia. Like other nomadic peoples, they displayed deep loyalt y to kin groups organized into families, clans, and tribes
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Questions of periodizationQuestions of periodization
This second era is much shorter than the previous one, but during the years between 600 and 1450 C. E. many earlier trends continued to be reinforced, while some very important new patterns emerged that shaped all subsequent times
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600 C. E.–1450 7 weeks (22%) Major Developments600 C. E.–1450 7 weeks (22%) Major Developments
Nature and causes of changes in the world history framework leading up to 600 C. E.–1450 as a period
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The Mongols From Traditions and EncountersThe Mongols From Traditions and Encounters
For most of history the nomadic Mongols lived on the high steppe lands of eastern central Asia. Like other nomadic peoples, they displayed deep loyalt y to kin groups organized into families, clans, and tribes
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Ap world History Chapter 12 Reading QuestionsAp world History Chapter 12 Reading Questions
List some of the major differences between pastoral and agricultural peoples  You may want to use bullet points
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Ap world History Chapter 12 Reading Questions The Mongol Movement due date/quiz date =Ap world History Chapter 12 Reading Questions The Mongol Movement due date/quiz date =
List some of the major differences between pastoral and agricultural peoples  You may want to use bullet points
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Guess the Test #11Guess the Test #11
Mongols often raided other tribes to steal goods and people. Each Mongol tribe was independent and elected its own chief, or khan – The khans were typically popular warriors who had demonstrated excellence in military and leadership skills
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Chapter 12 Study GuideChapter 12 Study Guide
What kind of food-producing economy emerged in 4,000 B. C. E. where productive farming was difficult and what did they learn from that?
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Ming DynastyMing Dynasty
Border States, demanding that they recognize the Chinese emperor as the Son of Heaven. The Chinese ambassadors and accomplished this by having emissaries collected tribute from Japan, Korea, Annam (Vietnam), Champa
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W objective: To identify and explain the impact of Mongols on EurasiaW objective: To identify and explain the impact of Mongols on Eurasia
In Southern China, under Song dynasty, Mongols were far less violent and more concerned to accommodate the local population
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The Mongols in World HistoryThe Mongols in World History
This perception, based on Persian, Chinese, Russian, and other accounts of the speed and ruthlessness with which the Mongols carved out the largest contiguous land empire in world history
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