Chapter 13 Civilizations of Asia Chapter PreviewChapter 13 Civilizations of Asia Chapter Preview
This chapter will introduce you to the civilizations that thrived in China, Japan, and India during the medieval period
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Ancient Empires of Asia PathfinderAncient Empires of Asia Pathfinder
Kindersley, [c1994]. Labeled pictures identify buildings, clothing, and artifacts for the
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Chapter 8: Islam Chpter 9: Christian Societies in EuropeChapter 8: Islam Chpter 9: Christian Societies in Europe
Complex set of political obligations; kings/lords gave land to “vassals” in return for military support
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Ironclad warships, frequently shortened to just ironcladsIronclad warships, frequently shortened to just ironclads
The first uses of iron for naval protection occurred in the Far East in the 16th century, but the heyday of the ironclad came in the mid-19th century, when ironclads supplanted wooden ships
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Hist 163: Ethnic Identity and Conflict in ChinaHist 163: Ethnic Identity and Conflict in China
By studying the struggles and successes of specific groups of people as they tried either to become part of mainstream Chinese society or to distinguish themselves from it
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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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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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Lecture Eighteen The World in 1450 ScopeLecture Eighteen The World in 1450 Scope
Byzantine Empire. Change in the Middle East highlighted the rise of the Ottoman Turks, a development with implications for Europe and Russia as well. Quite coincidentally, changes in the Americas prepared for later shifts in the global mix
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Chapter 1 The Ancient World Lesson 1Chapter 1 The Ancient World Lesson 1
Western Asia, Egypt, India, and China—that gave rise to the great empires of the ancient world. These included the Persian and Assyrian Empires, the empire of Alexander the Great, the Roman Empire, the Mauryan and Gupta Empires in India
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Genghis Khan Biography Warrior, Military LeaderGenghis Khan Biography Warrior, Military Leader
Mongolian warrior and ruler Genghis Khan created the largest empire in the world, the Mongol Empire, by destroying individual tribes in Northeast Asia
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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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World History (Wetmore) 1st Semester Final Study Guide 2013World History (Wetmore) 1st Semester Final Study Guide 2013
Final will be 200 points – 100 Scantron Questions (Bring a #2 Pencil) and the Written Movie Review worth 100 points. All scantron questions come from test or quiz questions during the semester. The final is worth 10% of the semester grade
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Table of Contents Modern World History Writing Resources PageTable of Contents Modern World History Writing Resources Page
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