9. 5 Political Powers and Achievements Tom Burns- beacon High School9. 5 Political Powers and Achievements Tom Burns- beacon High School
Political powers and achievements: New power arrangements emerged across Eurasia. Political states and empires employed a variety of techniques for expanding and maintaining control
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Postclassical spice chartsPostclassical spice charts
Byzantine 476 ce -1453 ce (tip: on a blank map trace the beginning, peak, and decline of the Byzantine)
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Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath, 1200–1500Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath, 1200–1500
On his deathbed, Genghis Khan reportedly announced, “If you want to retain your possessions and conquer your enemies, you must make your subjects submit willingly and unite your diverse energies to a single end
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Vocabulary c. 8,000 B. C. E. 600 C. EVocabulary c. 8,000 B. C. E. 600 C. E
Match the term to the definition. To create a better review sheet, write the term instead of the letter
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Chapter 7 Chapter OutlineChapter 7 Chapter Outline
Constantinople, a unique Christian culture developed known as Byzantium. The Byzantines eventually converted the peoples of Eastern Europe to Christianity and established the Eastern Orthodox Church
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Exam Review: Chapters 6, 7, & 8Exam Review: Chapters 6, 7, & 8
Islam: origins, doctrines, the Five Pillars, relationship w/Judaism & Christianity
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Century B. C. E. to the 15Century B. C. E. to the 15
Because products had to travel such great distances and thus there were so many middle men, only the very wealthy could partake of the trade. That is why gold and silver were preferred exchange mediums for the trade of silk and other fine
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When States-Systems Unite: Spatio-Temporal Boundary and Transition IssuesWhen States-Systems Unite: Spatio-Temporal Boundary and Transition Issues
What criteria should we use to decide whether, when and where two civilizations/systems of states/world systems have fused to become one? What standards exist against which we can set candidate cases of linkage?
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Theme: Authority P: The Mongol Art of WarTheme: Authority P: The Mongol Art of War
Europe to the distant land of China Marco Polo is only one of the best known of these. Well-traveled and relatively well-maintained roads linked lands from the Mediterranean basin to China. The Mongol Empire had negligible influence on
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