10. T/F? Under Ming leadership China withdrew and began a protracted period of isolation.
10. His pilgrimage resulted new mosques , Quranic schools & interest from Muslims
10. What social, political, military, developments contributed to rise of European nations?
10. How did the Portuguese gain control of the East Indian Ocean trade?
Changes and Continuities
1. Describe and analyze the changes and continuities associated with the impact of the Crusades from 600-1450 on Europe.
During the time period 600-1450 CE the Crusades changed Europe by broadening and exchanging knowledge with the Arab world, and by causing people to question organized religion and their practices, but the Church continued to expand its influence.
2. Describe and analyze the changes and continuities associated with The Black Death from 600-1450 CE in Europe.
The Black Death changed Europe from 600-1450 CE by initiating the decline of feudalism and the loss of faith in the Catholic Church, while the trade along the Asian Silk Routes continued.
3. Describe and analyze the social and economic changes and continuities in China from 600- 1450 CE.
During the time period 600-1450 CE China changed by having the population double due to new crops, and the subordination of women using footbinding, but continued to have a Chinese bureaucracy focused on civil service.
4. Describe and analyze the changes and continuities associated with the impact of the Muslim Empire from 600-1450 CE on Africa.
During the time period 600-1450 the Muslim Empire changed Africa by expanding its trade and economy to include the Mediterranean and India, and created an increase of interaction and trade routes to Sub-Saharan Africa, while continuing to spread Islam throughout the time period.
5. Describe the changes and continuities of the role of women from 600-1450 CE.
Between 600-1450 CE the role of women changed in China and Japan as women had more access to education as a result of Confucianism, and in the Muslim Empire where women were equal in religion, but women continued to be restricted culturally and legally around the world.