Handouts: Ch 5—The Classical Period in a Nutshell (600 B. C. E to 600 C. E) Name Date PeriodHandouts: Ch 5—The Classical Period in a Nutshell (600 B. C. E to 600 C. E) Name Date Period
Name Date Period
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The Chinese Help Build the RailroadThe Chinese Help Build the Railroad
Golden Spike was laid, Chinese workers men were kept away from the ceremonies. Even the photographs that were taken show no evidence of the labor of Chinese workers, not one Chinese face can be seen
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Constantine ConvertsConstantine Converts
The Roman emperor Constantine’s decision to convert to Christianity had wide-reaching effects. It greatly changed both the empire and Christianity itself. What prompted a powerful man like Constantine to come to believe in Jesus of
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Stearns World Civilizations Vocabulary GlossaryStearns World Civilizations Vocabulary Glossary
Abbasid [uh bas id, ab uh sid] Dynasty that succeeded the Umayyads as caliphs within Islam; came to power in 750 c e. (p. 295)
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Timeline of South Africa and South African FootballTimeline of South Africa and South African Football
This comprehensive timeline juxtaposes events in football in South Africa with the social and political history of South Africa. The timeline reflects South African perspectives and experiences as much as possible
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Karl Marx The Civil War in FranceKarl Marx The Civil War in France
Communards and their historical experience to learn from. The book was widely circulated by 1872 it was translated into several languages and published throughout Europe and the United States
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Queen/Pharaoh Cleopatra’s Rule Write-UpQueen/Pharaoh Cleopatra’s Rule Write-Up
Egypt is the most well known of all the ancient Egyptian queens and was part of the Ptolemaic dynasty. Cleopatra was a very popular name in her family, as her mother had the name as well as an older sister of hers, making her Cleopatra the
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Though the competition between the United States and the Soviet Union stopped short of open warfare, numerous incidents and crises demonstrated the seriousness of the rivalry, which became known as the cold warThough the competition between the United States and the Soviet Union stopped short of open warfare, numerous incidents and crises demonstrated the seriousness of the rivalry, which became known as the cold war
The hostility and mistrust that defined the relationship was all the more intense because it pitted not only two great powers against each other but also two clashing ideological systems: communism and capitalism
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Part 1: Time Magazine and Life Magazine Primary Sources about Cold War, fear of attacks. For each PrimaryPart 1: Time Magazine and Life Magazine Primary Sources about Cold War, fear of attacks. For each Primary
For each Primary Source: Identify the soapstone points
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Notes and outlineNotes and outline
Students analyze the causes and effects of the vast expansion and ultimate disintegration of the Roman Empire
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Chapter 11 – the formation of islamic civilization, 622–1000 global perspectivesChapter 11 – the formation of islamic civilization, 622–1000 global perspectives
Why did only China compare favorably with the Islamic world during the first centuries after the birth of Islam? How were the two civilizations similar, and how were they different?
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December-February 2006-07: Seasonal Climate SummaryDecember-February 2006-07: Seasonal Climate Summary
February. El Niño episodes are often defined by the Niño 4 index, which measures the area-averaged sea surface temperature (sst) anomalies between 170°W-120°W, 5°N-5°S. This index reached 3°C during the first half of December
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The Roman Empire (A. D. 14–180 )The Roman Empire (A. D. 14–180 )
Pax Romana, or "Roman peace," a time when no military force on earth could equal the power of Rome. The "barbarians" were out there, of course—in particular the Germans
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Section 2 The End of the Empire in the WestSection 2 The End of the Empire in the West
In this chapter, you will learn about contributions the Romans made to the modern world. These were in the areas of art, architecture, engineering, language, government, and the law
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Decline of Rome Most scholars agree that no single problem caused the decline of Rome. Instead, they think that many political, economic, and social problems, both internal and external, gradually destroyed the strength of the Roman EmpireDecline of Rome Most scholars agree that no single problem caused the decline of Rome. Instead, they think that many political, economic, and social problems, both internal and external, gradually destroyed the strength of the Roman Empire
The following may help you to understand some of these problems as you list them on the student summary worksheet
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