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Early Middle Ages Notes!!! Name: Period: Section Two: Europe after RomeEarly Middle Ages Notes!!! Name: Period: Section Two: Europe after Rome
After Rome fell, there began a time period between 500 to 1500 ad; this time period is called the
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The Celts lived in Britain during the Iron Age. The Iron Age ended in ad43 (43 years after Jesus was born) when the Romans invaded Britain. The name \The Celts lived in Britain during the Iron Age. The Iron Age ended in ad43 (43 years after Jesus was born) when the Romans invaded Britain. The name 'Iron Age' comes from the discovery of a new metal called iron
The Iron Age ended in ad43 (43 years after Jesus was born) when the Romans invaded Britain. The name 'Iron Age' comes from the discovery of a new metal called iron. We can find out a lot about the Celts through looking at objects made of
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Station1: The Beginning of your JourneyStation1: The Beginning of your Journey
You know that there are kingdoms in Western Africa that have gold, and are willing to trade with you. You load up your camels and begin the journey to your first destination: the salt mines in Tagahza
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The Trans-Saharan Gold Trade (7th–14th century) Gold Trade and the Kingdom of Ancient GhanaThe Trans-Saharan Gold Trade (7th–14th century) Gold Trade and the Kingdom of Ancient Ghana
Sudan, was the main commodity of the trans-Saharan trade. The traffic in gold was spurred by the demand for and supply of coinage. The rise of the Soninke empire of Ghana appears to be related to the beginnings of the trans-Saharan gold trade in the
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McKay –Chapter 4 – The Rise and Growth of China to ca CMcKay –Chapter 4 – The Rise and Growth of China to ca C
In addition, internal rebellions and sometimes invasions from the outside contributed to each dynasty’s decline. As the ruling dynasty began to falter, usually another one arose form the family of a successful general, invader
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50 Global History Regents Statements50 Global History Regents Statements
Early peoples stopped being nomadic because they learned to farm and domesticate animals during the Neolithic Revolution
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Saharan Trade: a link Between Europe and AfricaSaharan Trade: a link Between Europe and Africa
The Saharan trade extended from the Sub-Saharan West African kingdoms across the Sahara desert to Europe. The Saharan Trade linked such African empires as Ghana, Mali, and Songhai to the European world
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Unit 3: Early Modern Times: 1348 – 1800Unit 3: Early Modern Times: 1348 – 1800
Rome, where great artists create masterpieces. You will be there for the Renaissance, or rebirth of learning. You will travel to Germany and learn about the Reformation
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