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HUMANS & ENVIRON-MENTCULTURAL INTERACTION INTERACTION STATE & CONFLICT CONFLICTECONOMIC SYSTEMS SYSTEMSSOCIAL STRUCTURES STRUCTURES
Humans & Environment A Middle Eastern group who moved from place to place tending and trading sheep, horses, and camels Return Answer
Humans & Environment Middle Eastern beast of burden domesticated in 3rd century c.e. Return Answer
Humans & Environment Over-population in northern Europe led these people to raid & populate other areas in 9th & 10th centuries Return Answer
Humans & Environment Southern-most east African city accessible via monsoon trade winds Return Answer
Humans & Environment The Black Death entered Europe from this Black Sea port Return Answer
Humans & Environment The southern “coastline” of the Sahara desert Return Answer
Cultural Integration Traveled in the 14th century twice as far as Marco Polo Return Answer
Cultural Integration The Eastern Orthodox equivalent to the Roman Catholic pope Return Answer
Cultural Integration Just as the Roman Empire patronized Christianity, this faith was supported by the Tang dynasty Return Answer
Cultural Integration City of Islamic enlightenment in Iberia Return Answer
A group of people in any faith who forbid the worship of graven images Return Answer Cultural Integration
The largest Buddhist monument in the world Return Answer
States & Conflict Group of advisors to English king Return Answer
Cultural Integration Title indicating successor to Mohammad Return Answer
Cultural Integration Mongol ruler who invaded China Return Answer
Cultural Integration Prosperous east African city-state in 14th century Return Answer
Cultural Integration Defeated the crusaders and founded the Ayubbid dynasty Return Answer
Cultural Integration The sale of sacred church offices Return Answer
Economic Systems European resident who were tied to the land and worked it with the permission of the landlord Return Answer
Economic Systems Precursor to trade unions in medieval northern Europe Return Answer
Economic Systems World’s first paper money came from here Return Answer
Economic Systems Late medieval European practice that gave eldest son entire inheritance Return Answer
Economic Systems This admiral led several Chinese naval expeditions to consolidate and demonstrate 15th-century trade dominance Return Answer
Economic Systems Many people believe him to be the wealthiest person in the world in the 14th century Return Answer
Social Structure Captured Christian soldiers and forced to join Ottoman army Return Answer
Social Structure Non-Muslim slave used be Islamic states as warriors Return Answer
Social Structure At the bottom of the social hierarchy in Song China Return Answer
Social Structure Arabs referred to this region as “slave country” Return Answer
Social Structure In the traditional Islamic world, the higher the class, the greater a woman’s _____________ Return Answer
Social Structure The only woman to rule China as an emperor in her own right Return Answer
Humans & Environment Who were the Bedouins? Return
Humans & Environment What is a camel? Return
Humans & Environment Who were the Vikings? Return
Humans & Environment What is Kilwa? Return
Humans & Environment What is Kaffa? Return
Humans & Environment What is the sahel? Return
Cultural Integration Who is Ibn Battuta? Return
Cultural Integration What is Patriarch? Return
Cultural Integration What is Buddhism? Return
Cultural Integration What is Cordoba? Return
Cultural Integration Who are iconoclasts? Return
Cultural Integration What is Borobudor? Return
States & Conflict What is Parliament? Return
States & Conflict Who is a caliph? Return
States & Conflict Who was Chinghis Khan? Return
States & Conflict What is Great Zimbabwe? Return
States & Conflict Who was Saladin? Return
States & Conflict What is simony? Return
Economic Systems What is a serf? Return
Economic Systems What are guilds? Return
Economic Systems What is China? c Return
Economic Systems What is primogeniture? Return
Economic Systems Who was Zheng He? Return
Social Structure Who was Mansa Musa? Return
Social Structure Who were the Mamluks? Return
Social Structure Who are Mamluks? Return
Social Structure Who are merchants? Return
Social Structure Where is eastern Europe? Return
Social Structure What is seclusion? ( ) Return
Who is Emperor Wu?
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Who is Emperor Wu? Return Social Structure
600 – 1450 Major Developments Spread of Major Religions Rise of New World Religion - Islam Rise of Dar al-Islam Caliphates (Umayyad, Abbasid, Mamluk)
World History Advanced Placement Review Time Period Two C.E. Kevin Sacerdote Mandarin High School Jacksonville, FL
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Mid-term Review What was bedouin society? Bedouin society was made up of nomadic peoples who migrated through the deserts to find grass and.
Part II. Japanese people can trace their roots to A) Okinawan migrants who sailed across the South China Sea A) Okinawan migrants who sailed.
The Spread of Islam in the Post Classical Era 600 C.E. to 1450 C.E.
Feudalism in Europe. Invasions of Western Europe The period from 500 to 1500 CE in western Europe is known as the middle ages. In the 5 th century, Germanic.
AP World History Multiple Choice Questions 600 – 1450.
1. What clan was responsible for the foundation of Mecca? A) Umayyad B) Abbasid C) Aghlabid D) Fatimid E) Unknown bedouin groups.
Part II. One crucial invention not found in Mesoamerican culture was the A) candle lamp B) wheel C) fulcrum D) paddle boat E) pulley.
Hot Seat. A period in European history from about the 400s to the 1400s.
Abbasid Decline and the Spread of Islam in India & Southeast Asia.
Indian Ocean Trade Height 800 – 1400 C.E.. KEY VOCABULARY: Zanj Arab name for the people of East Africa Monsoons the seasonal wind of the Indian Ocean.
Intercultural Exchange and the Evolution of the Medieval European World View What factors led to changes to the World View held by the people of Europe.
A Comparison of Feudalism in Western Europe and Japan.
Medieval Europe The Middle Ages were a dark age for Europe. –Near constant invasions and few resources required that Europeans develop a new system for.
Restructuring of Europe 600 to 1450 C.E.. The Middle Ages! The period of time after the fall of Rome and before the renaissance. If you see Europe and.
By Margaret Myaskovskaya, Paula Reyes, Rebecca Wodzinski, Anam Choudhary, Signe Swanson, and Mariam Ali THE GOLDEN ROUTE.
Questions Part II Early Modern Era. Which of the following was an outcome of the Columbian Exchange that proved disastrous to indigenous peoples.
Chapter 8, Section Chapter 8 The Rise of Europe (500–1300) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River,
Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath, I. The Rise of the Mongols Steppes and Nomadism A. Nomadism in Central and Inner Asia Impact of nomads.
Part II. The forced labor of natives to work in Spanish mines during the 1500s was called the _____ system. A) mita or repartimiento B) conquistadore.
Review of Trading Systems AP World History. Trading Systems 500 BCE to 500 CE.
Chapter 8: Commerce and Culture Ms. Jerome AP WORLD.
“The Dark Ages were stark in every dimension. Famines and plague, culminating the Black Death and its recurring pandemics, repeatedly thinned the population…
Chapter 3 Regional Civilizations Section 1 The World of Islam.
AP Review day 1 Pull out a writing utensil and clear everything off your desk!
Middle East and East Asia Post Classical Era. Middle East – Beginning Early Post Classical Period (600 C.E.) The merchant class of Mecca originally practiced.
Early China. Terms to Know Confucius Tao Legalism Dynasty Footbinding Chinese Society The Silk Road Mongols Isolationism.
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