Rise of Mongol PowerRise of Mongol Power
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World History ap expectations Major DevelopmentsWorld History ap expectations Major Developments
Continuities and breaks within the 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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Chapter 12 Study Guide Answer KeyChapter 12 Study Guide Answer Key
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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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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China: Sui, Tang, and Song and Yuan Dynasties The Sui Dynasty, 589-618 adChina: Sui, Tang, and Song and Yuan Dynasties The Sui Dynasty, 589-618 ad
Sui Wen-ti did not adopt Confucianism as the state philosophy, but rather embraced Buddhism and Taoism. Sui Wen-ti employed Buddhist advisors in his program to unify the country
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Chinggis Khan and the Mongols Global History and Geography I e. Napp Name: DateChinggis Khan and the Mongols Global History and Geography I e. Napp Name: Date
Because much of his early life is not recorded, except in myth, reliable knowledge of Chinggis's early life is very limited. What we do know is that his father was assassinated when Chinggis was nine years old
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The Shang DynastyThe Shang Dynasty
Other historians consider it to be the second dynasty, coming after the legendary Xia Dynasty
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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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