Ppt on scientific monuments of india and china

1. 2 The Republican Centre for Technology Transfer (RCTT) was founded in May 2003, under the aegis of the State Committee on Science and Technologies.

, China, and the USA. 26 RCTT’s ACHIEVEMENTS RCTT has been involved in the following international projects: "Development of Infrastructure of Support of Innovation Activity in the Republic of Belarus" (2001-2004). Financed by the Government of the Republic of Belarus, UNDP and UNIDO, “Creation International Innovation Centre of East” (2003- 2005). Financed by EU, “The International Innovation Centre of East, A Platform for Scientific and Economic Cooperation, New Technologies and Expert Support of Podlasie/


Compare and Contrast Rise and fall of Classical Empires.

Retained and built on key achievements of earlier societies Did not have to: Reinvent money, idea of codes of law, scientific interests Ideology Rome “Republic” based on citizenship of free men Citizenship ensured loyalty to the state and brought/as undermining the state Opposed to slavery China Absence of a single religion (limited monumental building) Ancestor Veneration Confucianism – filial piety Virtue of respect for ones father, elders, and ancestors India Polytheistic Hinduism – key religious values /


Integrated Heritage Management of the Ba Dinh Archeological Site Hanoi-Vietnam (*Alphabetical order) Natsuko AKAGAWA Poon KHWANSUWAN Xuan Anh NGUYEN Van.

Plan for Kalikaji Temple On Going Research Projects Listing and documentation of ancient sites, monuments, buildings and other structures in the area falling within the new urbanisable limits of Delhi as per the Master Plan for Delhi - 2021 in particular, and National Capital Region in general. The monuments of the Sultanate period - an analyses of the building material. Scientific study of NBPW and its bearing on cultural environment. Tourism in Delhi : Assessment/


1. 2 General Outlook, Capacities and Capabilities of Zanjan Province Investment Service Center of Zanjan Province.

, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Italy, Armenia, Slovakia, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Uzbekistan, United Arab Emirates, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Croatia, Republic of Democratic East Timor, Ukraine, British, Syria, Lithuania, Congo, Egypt 22 Main importing targets to Zanjan in 2014 Turkey, India, Germany, China, Italy, Sweden, Taiwan, France, Belgium, United, state of America, Brazil, Belarus, Swiss, United Arabic Emirates, Korea, Netherland, Finland, Egypt, Spain, Uruguay, Zimbabwe/


SOL REVIEW World History - 9. Homo sapiens emerged in Africa between 100,000 and 400,000 years ago. They migrated from Africa to Eurasia, Australia, and.

founded by Siddhartha Gautama in the part of India that borders present-day Nepal. Buddha :” The Enlightened One” Enlightenment: wisdom; a state of perfect understanding Beliefs of Buddhism Eightfold Path Rejects the Hindu caste system, but keeps the concepts of karma and reincarnation Four Noble Truths Asoka Asoka’s missionaries and their writings spread Buddhism from India to China and other parts of Asia Classical China Centered on the Huang He River/


Tools, Technologies and Inventions through the years

, differential gears, screws, refined parchment, showers, dry docks, diving bells, odometer and astrolabes. In architecture, Greek engineers constructed monumental lighthouses and devised the first central heating systems. The Tunnel of Eupalinos is the earliest tunnel in history which has been excavated with a scientific approach from both ends. Automata like vending machines, automatic doors and many other ingenious devices were first built by Greeks. Moving into/


Middle Ages in Africa and Asia

tax on pilgrimages, banning of Hindu temple construction, destruction of Hindu monuments, and dismissal of Hindus from government positions Militant Hindus known as Marathas establish a breakaway state in southern India Sikhs break away and establish a separate state in Punjab Trade and Cultural diffusion Trade encourages cultural diffusion and interdependency between societies. — What were the causes and effects of the Mongol invasions and their impact on Europe, China, India and Southwest Asia (6001450/


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to the study of economic systems? (1) self-determination (3) citizenship (2) factors of production (4) human rights 4 Which major geographic feature has hindered cultural diffusion between India and China? (1) /of the palace of Versailles and Peter the Great’s building of the city of Saint Petersburg as (1) shrines to religious beliefs (2) monuments to personal rule (3) examples of colonial architectural influences (4) efforts to isolate and protect the ruler 20 One way in which the Scientific Revolution and/


Pre-AP World History Unit #5 Chapters 10, 11, and 15.

Muslim Empire could engage in sea trade with the rest of the world. The land network connected the Silk Roads of China and India with Europe and Africa. Muslim merchants needed only a single language, Arabic, and a single currency, the Abbasid dinar, to travel in the empire. At one end of the Muslim Empire was the city of Cordoba in al-Andalus. In the tenth century this city/


Senior University Fall 2008 The Phantom Science Session 5 From the Fall of the Roman Empire to Columbus What a Ride!!!

of China Tin, Copper, & Iron The Competition Ends in the Christian Discovery of the New World of North and South America Columbus commissioned by Spain to find the short cut to China by sailing west Europe divides up the Western Hemisphere Muslim Empire in Eclipse Scientific Achievements by the time of/of these Monumental Events are Particularly Geologic, but At the close of the 17 th Century Natural Philosophy (geology) was in harmony with the Western Ecclesiastical, Political, & Economic Power Structure of/


Pre-AP World History Unit #5 Chapters 10, 11, and 15.

Muslim Empire could engage in sea trade with the rest of the world. The land network connected the Silk Roads of China and India with Europe and Africa. Muslim merchants needed only a single language, Arabic, and a single currency, the Abbasid dinar, to travel in the empire. At one end of the Muslim Empire was the city of Cordoba in al-Andalus. In the tenth century this city/


A.) Study Source A below. What can you infer about the Tang Dynasty in ancient China? The Tang Dynasty (618-907), with its capital at Changan (present-day.

the gods 2.) The people of ancient India and China were great inventors Plastic surgery, astronomy, and mathematics were developed in India The magnetic compass, seismograph, mechanical clock, gunpowder, paper and printing were invented in China 3.) The people of ancient SEA were innovative Artistic ideas from India and China were reworked to produce unique Southeast Asian temples, sculpture, and pottery. In summary IndiaChinaSEA 4.) The scientific and artistic achievements of ancient people are part/


UNIT 1 The Delhi sultanate is a noble example for the glory of ancient India.Its culture, art and architecture that exists even today is praiseworthy.

OF LISTENING”. Qutb Gate-- http//travel india mart.com/delhi/monuments/of Indian Army Development of Indian culture and civilization End of Babur’s bad times War between Mughals and Rajput became inevitable Financial gains for Babur  Causes of the success of Babur Well trained and alert Mughal army Military weaknesses of Lodhi’s army Opposition by Ibrahim’s own relatives Political instability in India Babur being experienced general Artillery wing of Babur Babur’s latest scientific tactics of war Loyalty of/


Mediterranean Classical Civilization GREEKS AND ROMANS.

monumental architecture H- Gov positions based on scholarly achievement 3 main questions 1. Why did civilization decline? 2. Why did different regions see different patterns of decline with different results? 3. What was the significance of these developments from the end of one period to the beginning of another? Expansion and Integration Basic themes Falter between 200-500 CE Decline starts in China, then Med, finally India World/


What is art history? Art history is the record of art from past to present Ever since there have been human beings, there has been art – paintings, drawings,

earth and included mostly browns, reds and blacks. The Egyptians imported some of their pigments from as far away as India and made paints that are more like the paints of today. These paints were made of crudely refined pigments, natural resins and drying / important events by carving scenes on large monuments, tall columns and other public spaces. The art of portraiture was very popular during this time. At first, only the rich had portraits painted of their important male ancestors. But as portrait/


NEW IMPERIALISM: MOTIVES AND TACTICS Nineteenth-Century Empires

____________________ Totaquine : a mixture of antimalarial ________________ Almost all of India’s production of cinchona bark went to British ___________&_________________personnel stationed in the tropics The excess was sold in the Indian market _____________horticulturists produced the more expensive and potent pure quinine This version of quinine captured over ________% of the world quinine market by the early 20th century Scientific cultivation methods and a marketing ___________caused this monopoly/


Period 5: Industrialization and Global Integration, c to c. 1900

cartoon, China is being divided up by the United Kingdom, Germany, Russia, France, and Japan Timeline of British control of India In South Asia . . . Timeline of British control of India 1615 British East India Company acquires its first territory in Bombay and begins to rule trading areas in India 1756-1763 _________ year war 1600: British East India Company is established . Timeline of British control of India In South Asia . . . Timeline of British control of India 1857-The/


Chapter 26 Civilizations in Crisis: The Ottoman Empire, the Arab Heartlands, and Qing China.

Muslims, Arabs resented Turkish domination As Ottoman Empire weakened, the Arabs became vulnerable to aggressive European powers Sense of crisis among Islamic faithful Europeans capture of Indonesia archipelago, India, Algeria Islamic world had been displaced by the West as the leading civilization From scientific inquiry to monumental architecture Muhammad Ali and the Failure of Westernization in Egypt 1798 – Napoleon invades Egypt Prelude to destroying British Empire in/


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settings. 94% #15 “Forget China, India and the Internet : Economic Growth Is Driven by Women.” “Forget China, India and the Internet : Economic Growth Is Driven by Women.” —Headline, Economist, April 15, 2006, Leader, page 14 10 UNASSAILABLE REASONS WOMEN RULE Women Women Women make [all] the financial decisions. Women control [all] the wealth. Women Women [substantially] outlive men. Women Women start most of the new businesses. Women/


Chinese Philosophy Philosophy has had a tremendous effect on Chinese civilization, and East Asia as a whole. Many of the great philosophical schools.

Chuang-tzu, (Zhuangzi) however, is valuable as a monument of Chinese literature and because it contains considerable documentary material, describing numerous speculative trends and spiritual practices of the Warring States period (475–221 BC). Whereas the/scientific or philosophical. Matteo Ricci = a footnote Born in 1552 in Macerata, then part of the Papal States, Ricci started learning theology and law in a Roman Jesuits school. In 1577, He filed an application to be a member of a Missionary to India, and/


1 Ancient Science --- The Lost Discoveries from the beginning of Recorded History to the Renaissance --- Lost Discoveries - Parts 1 & 2 - Dick Teresi.

and paper/printing transformed modern world - they all came from China (see below)  iron suspension bridge from Kashmir  paper making commonplace in China, Tibet, India, and Baghdad centuries before Europe  movable type 1041 by Bi Sheng long before Gutenberg  Kechuan Indians of /the Banu Musa brothers, there were no ancient “scientists”? Name three professions that we get much of our scientific, technological breakthroughs from? astronomers, mathematicians, as well as engineers 2. Some say the parents /


7.1 The Fall of Rome. Contributions of the Roman EmpireLAW Rule of law; Many modern legal systems are based on Roman laws; equal justice under the lawRELIGION.

, larger than any built before. Zheng He traveled throughout Southeast Asia to the coast of India on his first expedition. Later voyages went as far as the Persian Gulf and the east coast of Africa. Mongols The Mongols encouraged trade and commerce. They reopened the Silk Road across Asia that linked China to Europe. Traders took caravans across the Asian continent. They carried silk, porcelain, spices/


]. Buddhist art in India has two phases: the Pre-Iconic phase where the Buddha was represented by abstract symbols instead of anthropomorphic figures;

was an Indic civilization that flourished along the coasts of central and southern Vietnam between 500 and 1500 AD, lying on important trade routes linking India, China, and the Indonesian islands. The artistic legacy of Champa consists of sandstone sculptures, both free-standing and in relief, and brick temples. Cham art and architecture synthesized from Hinduism, Buddhism, and different indigenous cults. The art and architecture of Champa was at its peak between the 7th/


UNIT 1: THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS AND EMPIRES Prehistory-500 AD.

. Civil service exams (rule of merit) tested the ability of applicants before they could receive government posts. Inventions of the Han Dynasty Paper Two-bladed plow Silk (in high demand in India and portions of Europe led to the development of the Silk Road) Silk Road: trading network from China into parts of Western Asia and parts of Europe; trade of luxury items only due to the dangers of the route; cities were/


Global Positioning System Anurag Mishra Deputy Director Forest Survey of India, Dehradun.

of better than 20 meters throughout India and within a region extending approximately 1,500 to 2,000 km around it. A goal of complete Indian control has been started, with the space segment, ground segment and user receivers all being built in India/). Scientific satellites perform a variety of scientific missions. The Hubble Space Telescope is the most famous scientific satellite, but there are many others looking at everything from sun spots to gamma rays. Navigational satellites help ships and planes/


World History Unit 4 Review 1450 to 1800. Janissaries (1300s-1600s) They were soldiers within the Ottoman Empire, created to protect and serve the sultan.

route and continued along the eastern coast of Africa to India), Christopher Columbus from Portugal (the Americas) and Ferdinand Magellan from...you guessed it...Portugal who was the first European to cross the Pacific. The Monument to/complications of his rescue of some drowning sailors. French painter Hippolyte Delaroche’s (1797- 1856) portrait of the Russian monarch Enlightenment (1700s) Coming out of the ideas of the Scientific Revolution and the methodology of the Scientific Method, social and political/


Chapter 1: The Rise of Civilization. Chapter 1 Objectives Main Ideas: Students will learn: About early humans and their migration patterns. That systemic.

w/ migrations, led to major changes in ancient India’s culture. That dynasties in ancient China developed philosophies, political theories, and cultural achievements. I.Egyptian Civilization A.The Impact of Geography: “The Gift of the Nile” 1.Nile River * Course… predictable… silt… control… delta… 2.Egypt’s Natural Defenses: Desert, Cataracts, Sea *** Regularity of floods and isolation created sense of stability and security I.Egyptian Civilization B.The Importance/


Utah’s Energy and Mineral Position in a Resource Constrained World Presented by David Tabet Energy and Minerals Program Manager of the Utah Geological.

Conference on Trade and Development. China now the #1 importer of iron ore. US Exports of Molybdenum to China and India Utah is resource-rich (natural resources a strong economic contributor) Natural gas, copper, and molybdenum dominant 7% of Utah GDP; > 55% of export values. Utah/in beds >4 ft thick, and shallower than 3000 ft Conflicts with Utah’s Coal Resources National Parks and Monuments Wilderness Study Areas Oil and gas fields Tar sand deposits Location of Utah’s Uranium Resources Shootaring Mill /


UNIT 1: THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS AND EMPIRES Prehistory-500 AD.

. Civil service exams (rule of merit) tested the ability of applicants before they could receive government posts. Inventions of the Han Dynasty Paper Two-bladed plow Silk (in high demand in India and portions of Europe led to the development of the Silk Road) Silk Road: trading network from China into parts of Western Asia and parts of Europe; trade of luxury items only due to the dangers of the route; cities were/


The atmosphere is the key symbol of global interdependence. If we can’t solve some of our problems in the face of threats to this global commons, Then.

Effects of Acid Deposition 1.Human respiratory disease. 2.Damages statues, monuments and buildings, metal and car finishes. 3.Leach toxic metals (lead and mercury) out of soil and rock and deposit them into water used for drinking. In lakes and ponds,/such as China, India and Brazil were excluded. The Kyoto Protocol will have little effect on future global warming without support and action by the U.S., China, and India. In general reduce the use of fossil fuels. Ozone Depletion Widespread use of certain /


Assistant Professor Dr. Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 1.

every year to behold the multitude of well preser- ved monumental columned and hierograph- ed temples, palaces and pyramidal graves. Assistant Professor Dr. Aurangzeb Zulfiqar Khan Department of Management Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 35 The Ancient Chinese China –Kingdom of the Middle and land that for centuries attracted the interest, awe and envy of much of the world. Known for the splendour of its imperial courts, its tea, spices/


REVISION HISTORY Date Version Revised By Description Aug 25,

spills, she was called upon to lead several research trips during the Gulf War and following the spills of the ships, Exxon Valdez and Mega Borg. She is the author of more than 125 publications on marine science and technology. She has participated in numerous television productions and given scientific, technical, and general interest lectures in more than 60 countries. Earle was named Time magazines first "hero for/


Classical India and Hinduism Explain development and central beliefs of Hinduism Illustrate central beliefs on a Mandala Describe characteristics of classical.

-violence and acceptance of other religions Asoka improved roads, created public wells, planted trees for shade and built rest stops throughout his kingdom. Asoka appointed missionaries who spread Buddhism throughout India and to China and other parts of Asia./ “Zero” and the decimal system Scientific achievements continued Indian mathmetician Aryabhata calculated the value of pi. Aryabhata also calculated the length of the solar year very accurately Continued advancements in medicine and surgery- compiled/


1 Golden Age of Missions 1800-1900 Following the heroic first efforts to evangelized the unreached, now a systematic and global mobilization of evangelicals.

-1834)  First Protestant missionary to China, arriving in 1807  Taught himself Latin, Greek and Hebrew – parents opposed becoming a missionary  Studied medicine, astronomy and Chinese to be ready  His prayer that “God would station him in that part of the field where the difficulties are the greatest, and to all human appearance the most insurmountable”  Worked for East India Company which prohibited learning Chinese (had to/


Spring Benchmark Review. 1.What happened to cause the Neolithic Revolution? 2.Where did early man originate and where did they migrate? 3.What is culture?

grains enabled Neolithic peoples to build permanent dwellings and congregate in villages, and the release from nomadism and a hunting- gathering economy gave them the time to pursue specialized crafts. Neolithic technologies also spread eastward to the Indus River valley of India and to the Huang Ho (Yellow River) valley of China. Corn (maize), beans, and squash were gradually domesticated in Mexico and Central America from 6500 bc on, though/


India and Hinduism Locate and label physical features and early river civilizations of the Indus River Valley Explain how India’s geography impacted the.

non- violence and acceptance of other religions Asoka improved roads, created public wells, built hospitals and veterinarny clinics built rest stops throughout his kingdom. Asoka: Appointed missionaries who spread Buddhism throughout India, China and S.E. /the credit. the number “Zero” and the decimal system Scientific achievements continued Mathmetician Aryabhata calculated the length of the solar year very accurately Continued advancements in medicine and surgery- compiled medical texts Commercial /


Measurement programs play a critical role in air pollution and atmospheric chemistry studies. Pressures of costs and changing priorities often make it.

annual concentrations was less than 1.0 ppb. The high concentrations of SO 2 at Linan, China, Elandsfontein, S. Africa, Cochin, India, Shang Dian Zhi China, Marcapomacocha, Peru, and Agra, India reflect major contributions from anthropogenic SO 2 emissions (i.e., power plant, industrial boilers, heating, and cooking). Most stations show a consistency between the median and mean concentration. The largest disagreements occurred at Cape D’ Aequier, Hong/


Chapter 10 Muslim Civilizations. Section 1: The Rise of Islam.

set standards for scientific study of History o He stressed economic and social structures as a cause of historical events o Also warned about common causes of error in historical writings Bias, exaggeration and overconfidence in the accuracy of sources Urged historians/ Designed by a Persian architect Domes and minarets reflected in clear blue reflecting pools. Verses from the Quran adorn the inside walls. The greatest monument of the Mughal empire. Section 4: India’s Muslim Empires Shah Jahan planned to/


Power and Profit in Europe and the Near East: Network Dynamics in the Early Renaissance 1175-1500 Cologne, June 28, 2005 Institute of Ethnography New approaches.

was an economic periphery with centers of royalty and one great Kingdom in France and many smaller capitals of growing consumer demand that fed the transformation of trade, but the goods most desired by nobility were those of India and China. Arrayed around the southern Mediterranean from its western edge in Spain all around to Turkey were the great Islamic Caliphates, the sources of scientific knowledge and vast riches as well. Islamic/


Objectives Describe characteristics of empires of India during the Classical period Sequence key events during Mauryan and Guptan Empires.

non- violence and acceptance of other religions Asoka improved roads, created public wells, built hospitals and veterinary clinics built rest stops throughout his kingdom. Asoka: Appointed missionaries who spread Buddhism throughout India, China and S.E. /the credit. the number “Zero” and the decimal system Scientific achievements continued Mathemetician Aryabhata calculated the length of the solar year very accurately Continued advancements in medicine and surgery- compiled medical texts Commercial /


Codifications of beliefs = Ethical code to live by Diaspora Sanskrit Caste system Manifestations of Brahma Hinduism/ Buddhism Mauryan Empire/Ashoka Theraveda.

Scientific Revolution/ European nobility challenged Cultural tolerance of minority groups (Ottomans/ Manchus) LAND Empires: Russia and Ming/Qing: invited foreign dignitaries to advise in courts Russia: in spite of “westernization” serfdom and absolute monarchy remained Unit IV: 1450 – 1750 CE ECONOMY/Labor systems: Demand for peasant labor +(cotton in India/ silk in China/ rule: Divine right of kings Mandate of heaven Monumental architecture/art (miniature paintings in Middle East and South Asia) Human /


Atmosphere and Wind Ch 17: 462-468. The atmosphere Atmosphere = the thin layer of gases around Earth -Provides oxygen -Absorbs radiation and moderates.

statement urging political leaders to take action There is a broad and clear scientific consensus that climate change is a pressing issue -But many / disease, attack metallic and stone objects, decrease atmospheric visibility, and kill fish. – Large amounts of money are spent each year to clean and repair monuments and statues damaged by acid/does not require industrializing nations (China and India) to reduce theirs Other countries resent the U.S. because it emits 20% of the world’s greenhouse gases but/


EVERYONE will be assigned ONE of the time periods for review discussion- EVERYONE must however answer ALL questions. Expectations for each Time Period.

Church unsettled in Europe (Martin Luther) European Scientific Revolution/ European nobility challenged Cultural tolerance of minority groups (Ottomans/ Manchus) LAND Empires: Russia and Ming/Qing: invited foreign dignitaries to advise in courts Russia: in spite of “westernization” serfdom and absolute monarchy remained Unit IV: 1450 – 1750 CE ECONOMY/Labor systems: Demand for peasant labor +(cotton in India/ silk in China) Slavery (Impact on Africa?) Encomienda/ Mita (abusive/


UNIT 1: THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS AND EMPIRES Prehistory-500 AD.

. Civil service exams (rule of merit) tested the ability of applicants before they could receive government posts. Inventions of the Han Dynasty Paper Two-bladed plow Silk (in high demand in India and portions of Europe led to the development of the Silk Road) Silk Road: trading network from China into parts of Western Asia and parts of Europe; trade of luxury items only due to the dangers of the route; cities were/


Ways of the World: A Brief Global History First Edition

the east a. European economies reconnected with the Eurasian trading system b. Europeans welcomed scientific, philosophical, and mathematical concepts from Arabs, classical Greeks, and India c. the most significant borrowing was from China 3. Europe was a developing civilization like others of the era 4. by 1500, Europe had caught up with China and the Islamic world; surpassed them in some areas 5. 500-1300 was a period/


Geography and Early India

the nine planets in the solar system and could predict eclipses of the sun and moon. Astronomy Chapter 5 Section 5 pages 147-151 Indian Achievements Details About Achievements Religious Art Hindu and Buddhist temples Ajanta temple Stupas Carvings and sculptures of gods Monumental statues Wall and ceiling paintings of life in India and god Sanskrit Literature Mahabharata Ramayana Bhagavad Gita Kalidsaa’s plays Panchatantra Scientific Advances Metallurgy Alloys Iron Pillar Hindu/


Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China. Earliest large populations Development of monumental architecture Development of writing Social/economic relationships.

, India, and China Earliest large populations Development of monumental architecture Development of writing Social/economic relationships can be better understood Religious beliefs Political/legal systems become clearer “The Land between the Rivers” Migrants to the area increase--especially Semites (Akkadian, Aramaic, Hebrew, Phoenician) Sumer (in south) becomes population center 1 st cities emerge, 4000 BCE Between 3200 and 2350 BCE, they evolve into city-states (control of surrounding/


J. Robert Oppenheimer, American nuclear physicist (1904-1967): "If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst into the sky, that would be like the.

we read the poetical and philosophical monuments of the East – above all, those of India, which are beginning to spread in Europe – we discover there many a truth, and truths so profound, and which make such a contrast with the meanness of the results at which /the philosophy of the East, and to see in this cradle of the human race the native land of the highest philosophy.“ Please click to advance > Hu Shih, former Ambassador of China to USA (1891-1962): "India conquered and dominated China culturally for /


11 th Century Timelines Episode One: Century of the Sword (1000-1100) /millennium/learning/timelineshttp://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/1999.

come. INDIA - Summary For centuries, India had provided much of the rest of Asia with sacred scriptures and scientific texts. In the 11th century, the Muslim scholar Alberuni visited India to learn the secrets of Indian wisdom. He traveled around the subcontinent for 15 years, visiting sacred temples and studying Sanskrit. He marveled at the industry of the various Indian peoples he encountered but was puzzled by the behaviour of Indias religious/


World History Ms. Ream. 8/19-8/22 W: How do you think historians figure out info about people and places who that had no writing? P: Cave Painting.

thing you know about India and China. Write 1 question you have on each. P: Indus Valley Civilization and the Aryans 10/18-10/19 W: Create a drawing of a trophy that /What was the Columbian Exchange and list 3 examples of the effects of the Columbian exchange. P: Which explorer is the most justified to have a monument? The least? February 8/showing the causes o the Scientific revolution March 9-13 W: Interact with history page 544 answer questions 1-3 P: Award gold, silver, and bronze medals to the individual/


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