World History and Geography AssessmentsWorld History and Geography Assessments
Crisis in the Classical World – Explain the responses to common forces of change that led to the ultimate collapse of classical empires and discuss the consequences of their collapse
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Buddhism in Tang Dynasty ChinaBuddhism in Tang Dynasty China
Buddhism was “foreign,” and constantly spoke about how Buddhism undermined traditional Confucian values. Ironically, NeoConfucianism incorporated some elements of Daoism and Buddhism that were attractive to people
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China Zhou Dynasty (1029 – 258 B. C. E.)China Zhou Dynasty (1029 – 258 B. C. E.)
Claimed the Mandate of Heaven (the right to rule or the approval of the gods to rule)
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Classical China The ZhouClassical China The Zhou
Zhou began to dominate China after the fall of the Shang dynasty. The mandate of heaven would be claimed by future Chinese dynasties as a rationalization for their authority to rule. In power from 1029 to 258 B. C. E., the Zhou
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Tim Keirn, California State University, Long BeachTim Keirn, California State University, Long Beach
This spatial diffusion of tea was both reflected in and contributed to important global processes in the early modern and modern periods that included the comodification of long-distance trade, industrialization, imperialism, corporate
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Raising Eastern European Gypsy/Roma Achievement: a guide for Educational PractitionersRaising Eastern European Gypsy/Roma Achievement: a guide for Educational Practitioners
With thanks to Refugee and Traveller Advice in Kent for permission to use their information as a base
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Age of Interactions: Essay TestAge of Interactions: Essay Test
Age of Interactions, the lower Middle Ages, was marked by the arrival of the Holy Roman Empire. The Middle Ages was plagued with a terrible epidemic, known as the Black Death, that greatly changed Western European society
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A. P. World History Post-Classical EssayA. P. World History Post-Classical Essay
East Asia was a very prominent part of the world during this era. East Asia illustrated many major political, social, economic, and religious changes and displayed consistent continuity along with many interactions with other lands during
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The European Reconnaissance of the World’s OceansThe European Reconnaissance of the World’s Oceans
The most important of those motives for exploration were the search for basic resources and lands suitable for the cultivation of cash crops, the desire to establish new trade routes to Asian markets
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Jacob Burckhardt in his book, Civilization of the Renaissance in ItalyJacob Burckhardt in his book, Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy
Renaissance and it created (or found again) that powerful idea of the Greeks, which would challenge the traditional values of the church: Humanism or the idea that man is the measure of all things
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Defining the Global Middle Ages Report on workshop 2: Periodisation[Birmingham, 19-20 January 2013]Defining the Global Middle Ages Report on workshop 2: Periodisation[Birmingham, 19-20 January 2013]
We did not refer directly to it but the entries were further illustration of the issue of parallel periodisations that was raised more than once during the sessions
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Unit 3 Assessment: China 4, 4, 3, and 2)Unit 3 Assessment: China 4, 4, 3, and 2)
Terms and Names: For each term or name below, define and briefly explain its connections to human prehistory
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