Ppt on mauryan administration

AP World History POD #3 – River Civilizations in Asia Maurya & Gupta Empire.

Standard coinage used to pay government and military personnel (also encouraged and promoted trade) Mauryan Government Close relatives and associates of the king governed administrative districts based on traditional ethnic boundaries Imperial Army with an infantry, cavalry and chariot/the benefit of sitting on sea and land trade routes just did the Mauryan empire Copied much of the revenue plans and administrative bureaucracy of the Mauryan empire A standing army with a strong cavalry skilled in the use of /


Chapter 4 The Age of Great Empires. Alexander’s Empire and the Successor Kingdom 1. Alexanders army of 37,000 and cavalry of 5,000 had little trouble.

and deeds äCulture of the Asokan Age FStone pillars, stupas, and cave shrines FWriting m Mahabharata äLife under the Mauryans FFarmers, herders, and hunters FArtisans FWater transportation XThe Kushan Empire äKingdom of Kanishka äYueh-chih people äNorthern India to/ end, carts using the roads were required to have standard length axles so the ruts they made would he uniform. Administratively, the land of the Qin was centralized into thirty-six (later forty- two) commanderies (provinces). These were further/


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procedures devised by Kautalya, the advisor of the empire The political handbook, Arthashastra, outlined administrative methods The political handbook, Arthashastra, outlined administrative methods ASHOKA Ashoka Maurya (reigned 268-232 B.C.E.) Ashoka Maurya (reigned 268/-232 B.C.E.) Chandraguptas grandson Chandraguptas grandson The high point of the Mauryan empire The high point of the Mauryan empire /


India and Southeast Asia, 1500 B.C.E.- 1025 C.E. Chapter 6 India and Southeast Asia, 1500 B.C.E.- 1025 C.E.

it included almost the entire subcontinent. Tradition maintains that a Machiavellian Brahmin, Kautilya, guided Chandragupta. 7 | 22 The Mauryan government made its capital at the walled and moated city of Pataliputra. The imperial establishment, including a large army, /agricultural tax. However, they were never as strong as the Mauryan Empire. 7 | 28 The Guptas used their army to control the core of their empire, but provincial administration was left to governors who often made their posts into hereditary /


India and Southeast Asia, 1500 B.C.E.- 1025 C.E. Chapter 6 India and Southeast Asia, 1500 B.C.E.- 1025 C.E.

it included almost the entire subcontinent. Tradition maintains that a Machiavellian Brahmin, Kautilya, guided Chandragupta. 7 | 23 The Mauryan government made its capital at the walled and moated city of Pataliputra. The imperial establishment, including a large army, /agricultural tax. However, they were never as strong as the Mauryan Empire. 7 | 29 The Guptas used their army to control the core of their empire, but provincial administration was left to governors who often made their posts into hereditary /


Early Societies in South Asia

of power vacuum left by Alexander Overthrew Magadha rulers Expanded kingdom to create 1st unified Indian empire Mauryan Dynasty Chandragupta’s Government Advisor Kautalya Recorded in Arthashastra, manual of political statecraft Foreign policies, economics / Payment of special tax: jizya Freedom of worship, property, legal affairs Ottoman communities: millet system of self-administration Mughal rule: Muslims supreme, but work in tandem with Hindus Under Akbar, jizya abolished Reaction under Aurangzeb Capital/


1. Physical FEATURES OF INDIA AND THEIR IMPACT ON INDIAN HISTORY

in place of Digvijay. Moral life of the people Social unity Decline in the Number of crimes Works of public welfare Ashoka’s popularity. Decline of the mauryan Empire. (D) The Mauryan Administration (A) Civil Administration :- (i) Central Administration The king The council of Ministers Prime minister Purohit (Minister for Religious affairs) Dowarik (Minister for Royal Palace) Samaharta ( Finance Minister) Sannidhata (Minister of Treasury) Vyavaharik/


Chapter 6 India and Southeast Asia 1500 B.C.E – 600 C.E.

sculpture and painting. (Dinodia Picture Agency) Caves at Ajanta Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. The Mauryan government made its capital at the walled and moated city of Pataliputra The imperial establishment, including a large army, was/percent agricultural tax. However, they were never as strong as the Mauryan Empire. The Guptas used their army to control the core of their empire, but provincial administration was left to governors who often made their posts into hereditary and /


Chapter 5. Geography of India The people 1)lived in a land of 2)extremes. The 3)terrain was varied and often presented great 4)challenges Extremes of.

culture sustained by: ▫Surplus agriculture production ▫26)Trade The cities were made up of 27)single family living Fortified administrative or 28)religious centers Harappan Achievements Houses had 29)bathrooms with indoor plumbing Developed a system of weights and 30)measures/Korea ▫173)Japan Mind Map Your Topic is Buddhism Fill in all your bubbles Use 4 or less words or a picture Mauryan Empire (321 to 185 BC) This Empire lasted for around 174)150 years. The military leader 175)Candragupta Maurya seized /


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Qin Dynasty had also established centralized imperial and bureaucratic rule. China was also divided into administrative provinces and districts. Through the Qin Dynasty, new agriculture wealth was devoted to military with/Mauryan empire had taken effect immediately after the death of Ahsoka, The Mauryan Dynasty had ultimately fell to Greek-speaking rulers in Bacteria. Later on the Gupta Dynasty was founded by Chandra Gupta, who recovered the previous capital. He had left local government and administration/


Chapter 6 India and Southeast Asia 1500 B.C.E. – 600 C.E. Mr. Harris AP World History 9 th Grade.

it included almost the entire subcontinent. Tradition has it that a Machiavellian Brahmin, Kautilya, guided Chandragupta. 2.The Mauryan government made its capital at the walled and moated city of Pataliputra. The imperial establishment, including a large army,/percent agricultural tax. However, they were never as strong as the Mauryan Empire. 2.The Guptas used their army to control the core of their empire, but provincial administration was left to governors who often made their posts into hereditary and /


Ancient India Chapter 7. Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa Archaeologists discovered two 4000-year-old cities, 400 miles apart, along the banks of the Indus River.

parishad or an Assembly of senior and responsible citizens. This, Gana-parishad had the supreme authority in the state. All the administrative decisions were taken by this Parishad. The Magadha Kingdom Alexander, the king of Greece invaded India in 326 B.C. /his throne to his son Bindusara in 301 BC and slowly hungered himself to death in a Jainistic monestry. The Mauryan Empire 324 Chandragupta drives the Macedonian grassisons away 305 Seleukos Nicator invades, Chandragupta gains 3 provinces and the Empire /


© 2015 albert-learning.com Indian History. © 2015 albert-learning.com Indian History " India is the cradle of human race, the birthplace of human speech,

(1700BC – 3300BC) Indus Valley Civilization: Mohenja-daro and Harappa People 2)Aryans (2500BC – 322BC) India’s Root Culture 3)The Mauryan Empire (322BC – 188BC) Spread of Buddhism 4)Gupta Period (320AD – 480AD) Golden Age of India 5)Muslim Period (1175AD – 1800AD/fought and established their dominance and appointed Portuguese Governor in India. 6)After a century, due to the incompetent administration, the Portuguese power began to decline. The Dutch Rule 1)After the Portuguese, the Dutch rose to power/


Archeological evidence indicates that during the Paleolithic era, hunting- foraging bands of humans gradually migrated from their origin in East Africa.

Political unification – tough in India Geography, rigid social hierarchy, diverse languages, customs, varied economies, castes 324-184 BCE – Mauryan Empire – all of India except southern tip Founded by Chandragupta Maurya – Arthrashastra (political handbook) Coinage, govt controlled mines, large / to an end The Senate bestowed upon him the title Augustus, 27 B.C.E. Augustuss administration A monarchy disguised as a republic Preserved traditional republican forms of government Took all the power into /


PERIOD 2: ORGANIZATION AND REORGANIZATION OF HUMAN SOCIETIES c. 600 BCE – c. 600 CE Ch 5, p. 55 Source: AP World History Crash Course by J.P. Harmon.

Control and Contributions Classical Empires Created complex forms of governments and elaborate bureaucracies Kings had a great deal of administrative support Vice-kings, governors, city-leaders Empires also had government record-keepers, post office officials, tax collectors,/social and economic areas caused by ▫ Internal disruptions Outside invasions Patterns of Decline Order of decline Mauryan Han Western Roman Gupta Events leading to decline included Long but serious decline in political, social /


Copyright © 2007 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. Chapter 8 The Unification of China 1.

. Early Han Policies Relaxed Qin tyranny without returning to Zhou anarchy Created large landholdings But maintained control over administrative regions After failed rebellion, took more central control 10 Copyright © 2007 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission/of power vacuum left by Alexander Overthrew Magadha rulers Expanded kingdom to create 1 st unified Indian empire ◦Mauryan Dynasty 26 Copyright © 2007 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Permission Required for Reproduction or Display. Chandragupta’/


India and SouthEast Asia

The Mauryan Empire, 324 – 184 BCE 600 BCE - Many kingdoms Magadha most powerful, Ganges plain Chandragupta Arthashastra Administration (taxes, governors, army, mines, urban committees) Pataliputra Ashoka – Buddhism, nonviolence, religious tolerance Why was the Mauryan Empire/Gita demonstrate the impact that Buddhism had on Vedic traditions? C. The Gupta Empire, 320 – 550 CE Modeled on Mauryans Chandra Gupta (r. 320 – 325) – control over commerce, resources, monopolies Subjects – labor Bureaucracy in CORE, /


9th. Grade AP World History content material for examination review

dynasty. Harsh rulers. Ruled by kingships and landowning aristocrats Strong military: archers, spearmen, charioteers Cities were administrative and commercial centers Skillful bronze makers for both weapons and drinking vessels (wine) Aristocrat women had high /remaining parts of India were taken over by Chandragupta Maurya, the first imperial Indian state. Creating the Mauryan Empire Chandragupta kept diplomatic relations with surrounding countries. He used political centralization and common laws. He had /


WHI.04: India, China, and Persia. Objectives p. 043 WHI.4The student will demonstrate knowledge of the civilizations of Persia, India, and China in terms.

the Aryans have on India? 3.Why was the caste system central to Indian culture? 4.What were the accomplishments of the Mauryan and Gupta empires? 5.What are the beliefs of the Hindu religion? 6.How did Hinduism influence Indian society and culture?/ 3.commanded all the noble families to live at the capital city a.seized their land and carved China up into 36 administrative districts 4.murdered hundreds of Confucian scholars and ordered “useless” books burned Warring States Period (475-221 BC) Q’in Dynasty/


Wednesday, January 27 th Bell Work: Please find your assigned seat and take out any notes you have from Ch. 5 (set them aside). Next, take out your phone.

actors, musicians “Mean People” - merchants, actors, musicians Han Politics/Government Centralized administration, with less brutality than Qin dynasty Centralized administration, with less brutality than Qin dynasty Improved bureaucracy Improved bureaucracy Attacked warlords/regional /-297 BCE Conquered Northern India, Indus Valley Conquered Northern India, Indus Valley Established Mauryan Dynasty Established Mauryan Dynasty During Ashoka’s reign Buddhism became dominant in India and threatened to wipe/


From Athens to Alexander. 8000 BCE – 600 BCE = ANCIENT 600 BCE – 600 CE = CLASSICAL.

Political unification – tough in India Geography, rigid social hierarchy, diverse languages, customs, varied economies, castes 324-184 BCE – Mauryan Empire – all of India except southern tip Founded by Chandragupta Maurya – Arthrashastra (political handbook) Coinage, govt controlled mines, large / to an end The Senate bestowed upon him the title Augustus, 27 B.C.E. Augustuss administration A monarchy disguised as a republic Preserved traditional republican forms of government Took all the power into /


By Miranda Pacheco, Sidney Tookes & Darrell Johnson,II.

Huns set Buddhists on fire and killed government officials in order to gain power of the people ●Dominated the Gangas valley The Mauryan Empire 323B.C.E- 185B.CE ●Before the empire began little states formed along the northern part of India. ●The /the Mauryan empire began to fill with dishonest governors and the money that was sent to the king became less and less, ●Due to the fact this empire was highly centralized, As soon as the central government weakened a domino effect happened with all administration,/


The History of India. Foundations Located in south Asia Also called the “subcontinent” Neolithic communities developed after 7000BCE Some then developed.

do……. Moksha – union with Brahman – escape from reincarnation (ultimate goal All of this becomes Hinduism!! Next comes Classical India 520BCE-550CE Mauryan Dynasty Alexander briefly occupied northern India When he withdrew, it created power vacuum Drew the Mauryan’s in Used manual – Arthashastra – outlined administrative methods Chandragupta Maurya began conquest in 320’sBCE United India for first time Well organized bureaucracy Ashoka – greatest/


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, evil appeared in this form $500 Physical form Scores $100 First ruler of the Mauryan empire $100 Chandragupta Scores $200 Chandragupta’s close advisor $200 Kautalya Scores $300 Book that outlined the administrative principles of the Mauryan dynasty $300 Arthashustra Scores $400 Like the Qin dynasty in China, the Mauryans employed them to control the empire $400 Spies Scores $500 The only part of/


Ancient India History & Geography Lesson 1

on a common plan: About one square mile in size in a rectangular layout Two sections for each city: A Walled Citadel containing administrative buildings, religious centers, bathhouses,and granaries A Lower Town – where the people lived Cities Streets were laid out in grids that formed /in 500 BC. Alexander the Great of Greece invaded India in 326 BC changing the Indian culture forever. Mauryan Empire 321 BC- 188 BC In 321 B.C. a military leader by the name of Chandragupta Maurya overthrew the ruling king and /


HARAPPAN CIVILIZATION

state grew in power at the expense of the others Magada Conquered entire Ganges Valley and beyond Created Mauryan Empire ASHOKA Mauryan Empire founded by Chandragupta Maurya Most famous ruler was his grandson, Ashoka Began reign as a military /and founds Qin Dynasty QIN ACHIEVEMENTS Shihuangdi’s armies then conquered most of the rest of China Set up centralized administrative system Divided realm in 36 districts, each administered by an appointed governor Established a standard system of weights and measures/


Hist 100 World Civilization I Instructor: Dr. Donald R. Shaffer Upper Iowa University.

contact with the peoples of the Persian Empire Persian contributions Administrative Indians adopted Aramaic script Persians brought in coins and a monetary economy The ancient Persian Empire at its height Lecture 7 India: Mauryan Empire Persian rule in Indus Valley ended in 326 BCE/4 th century CE (about 320 CE) It seems to have started in the Bengal region and sought to recreate the Mauryan kingdom The Gupta domains never extended as deep into southern India, but it lasted longer (until about 600 CE) and /


Period 2: Key Concepts Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies, c. 600 BCE to c. 600 CE AP World History.

the Americas. A.Imperial cities * served as centers of trade, public performance of religious rituals, and political administration for states and empires. B.The social structures of empires displayed hierarchies that included cultivators, laborers, slaves, / family & household production Key Concept 2.2: IV. The Roman, Han, Persian, Mauryan, and Gupta empires encountered political, cultural, and administrative difficulties that they could not manage, which eventually led to their decline, collapse, and /


THE BRITISH IN INDIA The Shift from Trade to Rule 1707-1757 British Trade in India Dutch dominance of spice trade made Britain turn to textiles East India.

OCCUPATION, CLOTHES, WHO YOU MARRY 4 MAJOR GROUPS: BRAHMIN(PRIESTS), KSHATRIYAS(WARRIORS), VAISHYAS(FARMERS& TRADERS, SHUDRAS (LABORERS) MAURYAN EMPIRE 322- 185 BCE AT END OF VEDIC PERIOD INDIA DIVIDED INTO 16 MAJOR STATES AND KINGDOMS LARGEST, WAS MAGADHA (/” AKBAR BY END OF “AKBAR’S REIGN, WESTERN AND EASTERN (INCLUDING NORTH) UNDER MUGHAL RULE REFINED THE MUGHAL ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM – MANSABDARI SYSTEM – MANSAB=RANK, EACH MANSABDAR TO PROVIDE MEN AND HORSES TO MUGHAL STATE PRACTICED UNIVERSAL TOLERATION”/


INDIA’S GREAT CIVILIZATION 1500 B.C – A.D 500 By Anisha Kapoor.

Indian states and proclaimed himself as ruler of the Mauryan empire. Magadha, one of many small independent states in northern India became the capital of the empire. Chandragupta Maurya was a skilled administrator who united his empire. He created a postal system/ and veterinary clinics. Build roads & rest houses. Allowed his non-Buddhist subjects to remain Hindu. Collapse Of Mauryan Empire Mauryan Empire declined after Asoka’s death in 232 B.C His successors were not as enlightened as he was. They/


INDIA’S FIRST EMPIRES – C. 1000B.C. – A.D. 500 WORLD HISTORY, CHAPTER 5.

people in what was believed to be an ideal social structure of four groups: 1. Brahmins - priests 2. Kshatriyas – warrior-administrators 3. Vaisya – common folk (artisans, farmers, herdsman, etc.) 4. Sudras – duty is to serve the other classes Caste/ their guests Much of their wealth came from religious trade from pilgrims (people who travel to religious places) Mauryan Empire Centralized empire Guided by Buddhist ideals Major trade crossroads Kushan Empire Covered northern India Prospered from trade Guptas /


Migrations of Homo sapiens “Peopling of the Earth”

Peasant communities Family and household production Patriarchy continued to shape gender and family relations in all imperial societies of this period. Decline :( The Roman, Han, Persian, Mauryan, and Gupta empires created political, cultural, and administrative difficulties that they could not manage, which eventually led to their decline, collapse, and transformation into successor empires or states. What are some possible factors of decline/


MICHELLE XU, WENDY LI, ERIKA CHAN, MEGAN YUAN, SHARON CHOI

. Patriarchal society: male authority. Women have influence, but no roles in religious rituals. Sati: devotion to husbands, kill themselves on husband’s funeral day. Mauryan and Gupta Empires Mauryan: unify India Chandrarupta Maurya- use spies for bureaucratic administration High point: Ashoka Maurya- tightly organized bureaucracy. Closely monitor regional affairs Support Buddhism Encourage trade (roads with comfort stations for merchants) Fall of empire with/


The Next Great Indian Empire Achievements of the Gupta.

Mauryas Chandragupta passes rule to his son, who later passes it to his son, Ashoka. First Unification: Mauryan Empire Founded by King Ashoka of Maurya family Based rule on Buddhist principals Unified region Established rule through passing/high officers called Kumaramatyas. The Shrenis or guilds of traders and artisans also participated in the management of urban administration.Vishyas Universities The Guptas built many colleges and universities throughout the empire. Some universities were Hindu, and some /


Mr. Joyce GLOBAL HISTORY 1 H.  “ B “ Day  QUIZ: Vocabulary … RETURN … GOALS … MONDAY.. NOVEMBER 3 rd, 2014.

watch the “cellphones” FIRE DRILLS … Regulations NO cellphones … please do NOT call your parents … Administration is watchingNO cellphones … please do NOT call your parents … Administration is watching ATTENDANCE … MUST be taken - “green” sheet … ALL present - “red” /(with trees) … along Roads -Trade (Commerce) expands … Assassinated … (coups d’etat) by military leaders … 183 BC Mauryan Empire disintegrates … breaks up into smaller states / nations … which often didN’T get along TRADE route … from China & /


1 Geo-Political Economy of Bangladesh under Historical Perspective.

the poor created scarcity and even famine during the Mughal period. 12 Introduced Jaigirdari system, similar to Iqta system. Administrators known as Subahdars, Mansabdars, Jagirdars and Zemindars were empowered to levy land revenue. During Akbar’s time, land / and government during Aryan invasion as a political leader? How was the administration system during Maurya dynasty changed? How do you evaluate the achievement and failure of Mauryan? Why is the “Gupta and Pala Empire” called as golden age of/


Ancient Eastern Civilizations Unit 3. Unit 3 Indus River Valley Gave rise to the earliest Indian Civilization.

of 600,000 soldiers (equipped with thousands of chariots and elephants) Conquered all of northwestern India Strong kingdom Great administrative structures Asoka----3 rd ruler of Mauryan Empire came to power in 270 B.C. The strongest ruler of the Empire Enlarged the Mauryan Empire until it included all of India except the southern tip of the subcontinent First Imperial dynasty to hold/


Chapter 7: Unit 2 -The “Classical Era” In the East

classes. Although Buddhism began in India, it spread rapidly throughout South, Central and Southeast, and East Asia. Asoka, a Mauryan ruler, adopted Buddhism. The Gupta Empire was marked by a “Golden Age of Hindu Culture,” which saw growth in learning,/ Shih’s Accomplishments. Shih Huang-ti centralized power by dividing China into districts, each with its own military and civil administrator. Construction of a network of roads and canals was begun to unite distant parts of China. Uniform systems of writing /


Ancient China and India

, Bhagavad Gita (“Song of the Lord”) is most famous) Ramayana Tale of Rama, the ideal king, and his queen Sita Mauryan Empire (321 B.C. - 184 B.C.) Unified by Chandragupta Maurya Overthrew the king of Magaha Skilled administrator Developed efficient postal system Mauryan Empire (321 B.C. - 184 B.C.) Ashoka, grandson of Chandragupta, ruled from 274 B.C. to 232 B/


Western Zhou: 1027- 771 BCE › The rise of the Zhou  The last Shang king was toppled by the Zhou. › Political organization  Used princes and relatives.

of Persians (520 B.C.E.) and Alexander (327 B.C.E.)  Chandragupta Maurya › The founder of the Mauryan empire › Chandraguptas empire embraced all of northern India  Chandraguptas government › Government procedures devised by Kautalya, the advisor of the empire › The political handbook, Arthashastra, outlined administrative methods (next slide)  Ashoka Maurya (reigned 268-232 B.C.E.) › Chandraguptas grandson, › The high point of/


Images of Hinduism. Brahma – The creator Vishnu – The Preserver.

When did Buddhism arrive in China? Sri Lanka? Korea? Japan? 3. How long did it take for Buddhism to spread to Japan? The Mauryan Empire of India (321 B.C.E. - 185 B.C.E.) Chandragupta Maurya was a military officer who came to power in 321 / by maintaining a strong army. He enforced harsh policies against dissenters and had a secret police force. He was a harsh but effective administrator. Asoka was Chandragupta’s grandson. Became ruler in 274 B.C.E. He expanded the empire to cover 2/3 of the subcontinent/


C LASSICAL E MPIRES Period 2 600BCE-600CE Adaptation of AP World History Crash Course by Jay P. Harmon.

Great Persian Empire (Achaemenid): modern day Iran, stretched across India into modern Turkey almost to Greece Created an administrative bureaucracy Most tolerant Empire So large the king used regional leaders, satraps, to watch over and report back. Also/ to Buddhism, improved the economy and communicated using written edicts Hinduism remained and remains most popular religion Mauryans placed high value on commercial endeavors Gupta Empire Contributed the concept of zero and an efficient numbering system/


Dates, Periodization and region practice. Using your skills: Habits of Mind Using themes, Regions and Periodization to Develop Free response topic ThemesPeriodizationsRegions.

collection of city-states along the east coast of Africa reach their peak in Indian Ocean trade. 6.. Mauryans develop a centralized state in South Asia; the Gupta create advanced numbering systems and mathematics. 7.. Trade is/ West. Europe 1450-1750 Absolutism Astrolabe Atlantic slave trade Balance of power Biological diffusion Boyars codices colonies/colonization/colonial administrations Columbian Exchange Conduits Conquistadores Creoles/Criollos A. East Asia B. East. Europe C. Latin America D. Middle East/


Classical Civilizations I can GIVE details of the religion and government of the Persian Empire.

a tax. Imperial bureaucracy: Divided the empire into 20 provinces (or territories), each province had its own administrator of government. road system United the empire and improved communication Zoroastrianism: Their religion Zoroaster : Founder Monotheistic Main /EXPLAIN the origins of Indian civilization, DESCRIBE its unique geographical features, and DISCUSS the contributions of the Mauryan and Gupta Empires. Why were physical geography and location important to the development of Indian civilization? /


“Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine.”

Gupta empire controlled most of northern and central India The Gupta empire was smaller and less centralized than the Mauryan, but it thrived culturally and economically E. Napp Although the Gupta rulers were Hindu, they practiced religious /Thesis Paragraph - Romans Politically unifying the lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea and providing an unprecedented degree of centralized administration over a vast region, the Romans greatly influenced and changed the political and cultural realities of the people/


This philosophy most strongly influenced the education system of Han China Confucianism.

. 558-530 BCE) created largest known empire Persian Cyrus DATE? Roman capital moved to Constantinople? c. 333 ce __________an administrative unit, usually organized on a geographical basis, administered by a satrap (governor) who reported directly to the central government. /. 8000 B.C.E This was the term for the male dominated family structure of the Romans Pater familias This Mauryan leader was credited with the spread of Buddhism. Ashoka First domesticated where? Andes Mtns Buddhist concept of a state of/


The GeoHistory Diagram

. Persian Mauryan Persians and Greeks both ran into a barrier in India - some powerful city-states that became the Mauryan Empire. Students seldom see that connection, because their textbooks usually treat these world regions separately. Mauryan Roman Adding/tenth of the information shown on some posters that are often purchased by well-meaning parents, school boards, and administrators. posters for sale cluttered diagram can have value Even a cluttered diagram, however, can have some pedagogical value./


Chapters 2,3,4 & 5 Political. You need to consider the following How did the political patterns develop and fall in each area? What similarities and differences.

Complex royal road system built Postal system Central administration set up in Elam and Mesopotamia using trained administrators and scribes India: different kind of dynasties Very/ Regional Subject to frequent invasions From the beginning India was very individualistic. ▫Religion The trick with the two Indian dynasties was: ▫How do you control and connect ALL these different peoples No song for this one Mauryan DynastyGupta Dynasty Mauryan/


History and Social Science Standards of Learning CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK 2008 Eurasia.

of occupations Indus River Valley civilization Aryans Himalayas Hindu Kush Indus Ganges Indian Ocean Indus WHI.4b& c Mauryan Empire – Asoka and Gupta Empire Essential Understandings HinduismEssential Understandings  Continued political unification of much of India/ Western civilization was influenced by the cultural achievements of Rome.  Geographic size: Difficulty of defense and administration  Economy: The cost of defense, and devaluation of Roman currency  Military: Army membership started to /


ANCIENT INDIA-2 Mrs. Cox Paisley IB WHAP. LEARNING OBJECTIVES  The chief features of the of the Harappan civilization, and the ways in which it was similar.

civilization. LEARNING OBJECTIVES  India’s inability to maintain a unified empire in the first millennium BCE.  How the Mauryan empire was temporarily able to overcome tendencies towards disunity. LEARNING OBJECTIVES  The ways in which the culture of ancient India/ A. Alexander the Great arrived in India in 326 BCE  B. Left Greek administrator and veneer of Greek culture THE ARRIVAL OF THE ARYANS IN INDIA: 1500 BCE  C. The Mauryan Empire  1. Founded by Chandragupta Maury (324- 301BCE)  A. Advised by/


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