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Final Jeopardy Persian Empires Ottoman Empires Muslim Empires 100 200 400 300 400 500 Muslim Achievements Vocabulary
Persian Empire 100 Answer Before the discovery of water in rocks, early Persians lived as…
Persian Empire 100 Nomads
Answer Persian Empire 200 This great leader founded the Persian Empire
Answer Persian Empire 200 Cyrus the Great
Persian Empire 300 Darius made metal _____ that could be traded throughout the Empire. Answer
Answer Persian Empire 300 Coins
Persian Empire 400 This Macedonian (Greek) man conquered the Persian Empire after 3 years of battle. Answer
Answer Persian Empire 400 Alexander the Great
Persian Empire 500 Darius I built what two things to help increase trade in the Empire. Answer
Answer Persian Empire 500 -Royal Road -Darius’ Canal (connected Red and Med. Seas)
This man founded Islam (he was known as the final prophet of Islam) Muslim Empires 100 Answer
Answer Muslim Empires 100 Muhammad
Muslim Empires 200 This was the main reason for the Sunni-Shi’a split Answer
Answer Muslim Empires 200 The two sides disagreed over who should be Caliph
Muslim Empires 300 Sunnis believe _______ should be the Caliph, while Shiites (Shi’a) believe _______ should be Caliph. Answer
Answer Muslim Empires 300 Sunni – Any good Muslim Shi’a – Relative of Muhammad
Muslim Empires 400 After being conquered by the Muslim Empires, you must do this to keep your non- Muslim religion Answer
Answer Muslim Empires 400 Pay a tax (money)
Muslim Empires 500 What are two reasons that Islam spread so quickly? Answer
Answer Muslim Empires 500 -Trade -Conquering -Spreading the message of Allah
Ottoman Empires 100 Answer What were Suleyman’s two nicknames…
Answer Ottoman Empires 100 The Magnificient The Lawgiver
Ottoman Empire 200 Two reasons Suleyman’s laws were so special Answer
Answer Ottoman Empire 200 They were fair to all religions and good for trade.
Ottoman Empire 300 This weapon helped the Ottomans finally conquer Constantinople Answer
Answer Ottoman Empire 300 Bronze Cannon
Ottoman Empire 400 List the three names of Istanbul in chronological order. Answer
Answer Ottoman Empire 400 Byzantium, Constantinople, Istanbul
Ottoman Empire 500 How did Suleyman build his army of Janissaries and why did he not use Muslims? Answer
Answer Ottoman Empire 500 A human tax on Christians; he didn’t trust Muslims from rival families
Muslim Achievements 100 This was the Muslim Empires main Architectural (building design) achievement Answer
Answer Muslim Achievements 100 Dome
Muslim Achievements 200 Muslims use this form of art rather than drawing humans or animals. Answer
Answer Muslim Achievements 200 Caligraphy
Muslim Achievements 300 The Muslim Empires’ military used these to get places quicker. Answer
Answer Muslim Achievements 300 Camels
Muslim Achievements 400 The Muslim Empires studied the stars using this new instrument... Answer
Answer Muslim Achievements 400 Astrolabe
Muslim Achievements 500 The Muslim Empires’ study of the stars (Astronomy) helped them do what two things… Answer
Answer Muslim Achievements 500 Develop a calendar and know where they were in the world
Vocabulary 100 The kings of the Ottoman Empires were called… Answer
Answer Vocabulary 100 Sultans
Vocabulary 200 Borrowing ideas from other ways of life. Answer
Answer Vocabulary 200 Cultural Diffusion
Daily DoubleDouble Vocabulary 300- Daily Double
Vocabulary 400 Suleyman’s army (bodyguards) were called ________. Answer
Answer Vocabulary 400 Janissaries
Vocabulary 500 What makes a country an Empire? Answer
Answer Vocabulary 500 -You’re a country -You conquer previously independent countries -Rule with one ruler
Final Jeopardy Once the Persians, Ottomans, and Muslim Empires conquered you what would they do? Answer Final Jeopardy Music
Answer Final Jeopardy -Let you keep your religion and cultural (cultural tolerance) -Did not force you into slavery -They would borrow your ideas
Daily Double – Vocabulary 300 The leader of the Muslim RELIGION Answer
Answer Daily Double Caliph
T.W.P.S What is you idea of an Empire? Take 3 minutes to write down your ideas.
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From 1300 to 1700, three “gunpowder empires” dominated parts of Europe, Africa, & Asia The Ottoman Empire The Safavid Empire The Mughal Empire.
Weekend in Review/ HW Stamp 1. Please take out your Study Guides, Key Terms and Maps from last Friday and leave them on your desk WORK SIDE UP!
Three Muslims Empires. Ottoman Empire The ottoman controlled much of Europe, Asia, Africa The ottoman empire was a political and cultural force. The ottoman.
LET’S PLAY JEOPARDY!! TEAMS! Plakmeyer –A Team –B Team –C Team.
Islamic Empires Chapter 12 Section 3 Pages Questions 1-4.
SSWH12 The student will examine the origins and contributions of the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires.
Muslim Empires P Abu Bakr Became leader after ______________’s death Became leader after ______________’s death Called caliph “______________”
Jeopardy The Ottomans The Safavids The Mughals Strong Leaders I Didn’t Know We Would Be Tested Over That… Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $100 Q $200 Q.
Ottoman Empire Chart Answers. The Ottoman Empire (1600)
ISLAMIC EMPIRES 11 – 2 The Spread of Islam Successor to Muhammad Caliph or successor to the messenger of god. First four caliphs = “rightly guided caliphs”
■ Essential Question: – What were the achievements of the “gunpowder empires”: Ottomans, Safavids, & Mughals? ■ Warm-Up Question: – Brainstorm the empires.
Islamic Empires Chapter 11 section 2. The Spread of Islam After Muhammad died his followers chose his father-in-law to be his successor. He was called.
The Safavid Empire blended Persian cultural traditions with Shia Islam.
Division of Islam Rival groups argued about who had right to succeed Muhammad as caliph. Muslims divide into two groups: Sunni and Shia Shia Muslims, discontent.
JIGSAW POWERPOINT 2 ND PERIOD Islamic Empires. The Spread of Islam Caliph- A successor to the messenger of God. Arabs spread Islam through preaching,
Gunpowder Empires AP World History Revised and used with permission from and thanks to Nancy Hester, East View High School, Georgetown, Tx.
■ Essential Question: – What were the achievements of the “gunpowder empires”: Ottomans, Safavids, & Mughals? ■ Warm-Up Question: – ?
Do Now, January 13, 2015 Write down homework, leave out agenda Take out homework from last night Set up C-Notes, page 9 ◦ TOPIC: Spread of Islam ◦ EQ:
1. What does Islam mean in Arabic?. Surrender or submission to God in a peaceful manner.
Chapter 11 Islamic Civilization Section 2 Islamic Empires.
1 Chapter 11 The Islamic World (A.D. 570–A.D. 1250)
Muslim World The Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals 1400’s-1700’s by: _________________________ [Insert your name here]
Pre-Islamic Arabia Early Islam The Teaching of Islam Muslim.
The Persian Empire The Conquerors of Everyone. Start of the Persian Empire Starts with Indo-European migrations –Came to Persia around 1000 BCE –Known.
Chapter 2 Section 2 pgs Bell Work 09/21/07 1) Use your textbook to define the following words: Caliph Shiite Sunni sultan 2) Copy the main.
Muslim World The Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals 1400’s-1700’s.
Islamic Empires 11.2 Notes. I. The Spread of Islam Muhammad’s successor was called a caliph, or successor to the Messenger of God. First 4 caliphs.
The Spread of Islam: Fill out YOUR WORKSHEET AS WE GO!
Bell Work 9/19/2014 Take a Need to Know paper from the counter and begin working silently and independently.
IS Hosts... Your Jeopardy Celebrities Islamic Contributions IslamIslamic Empires Physiographics 1 bead 2 beads 3 beads 4 beads 5 beads 1 bead 2 beads.
MUSLIM CIVILIZATION Chapter 10, Section 3. Key Terms Omar Khayayam: Muslim poet, mathematician, and astronomer. Caliph: a Muslim ruler Sufis: A.
Unit 12: The “Gunpowder” Empires (Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals)
Chapter 4 – The Spread of Islam Section Notes Early Expansion Muslim Empires Cultural Achievements Video Islamic Traditions and the World Today History.
WHI.4A Persia: Empire of Tolerance. Where is Persia? Persia was an empire, based in what is today the country of Iran Located just to the east of Mesopotamia,
Learning Targets Ch. 4 Sect Discuss how Muslim rule spread as a result of war and treaties. Focus on the spread of Islam and the Arabic language,
2/3 Focus: 2/3 Focus: – After the death of Muhammad, Arab fighters spread Islam over three continents. – Because the Arabs treated conquered people in.
Start Playing Jeopardy Final Jeopardy Byzantine Empire China/Mongo ls Islam Western Europe Map Time.
Unlike the Assyrians using force to control their empire, the Persians used tolerance and diplomacy to create one of the most powerful empires up to that.
East of Ottoman Empire Modern-day Iran Lasted from 1501 to 1722.
THE ISLAMIC EMPIRE. Essential Question: What was the impact of the Islamic Empire under the Abbasids and the Umayyads?
E. Napp The Safavid Empire In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Safavids Shi’ites Shah.
Unit 4B – Muslim World Jeopardy Review Arab World The Mongols Ottoman Empire Vocab Hodge Podge Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300.
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