2 Quilt Puzzle Review Teacher cuts the puzzle into squares. Students work collaboratively to match the terms/definitions, biographies/accomplishment, or events/significance.The final shape is a rectangle. There are no answers around the outside edge.
3 Front of Game Pieces -collapse of Byzantine empire -Mongols -Crusades-collapse of Byzantine empire-Invaders who ended the Abbasid reign.-Seljuk Turks, Crusader, Italian city-states-led to disruption of eastern European social structure-Mongols-Groups the contributed to the fall of the Byzantine Empire-worked to avoid assimilation of the Mongols into Chinese culture-could not be bought or sold, but were tied to the land-Orthodox Church-allowed the use of languages other than Latin-resulted in increased trade-Serfs-Kublai Khan-it was egalitarian-ruled during the golden age of Islam-conflict over who was Muhammad’s legitimate succesor-helped make Islam a universal religion-issue that led to the Shi’a and Sunni sects-Abbasid Caliphate-weaknesses caused by prior wars fought by their rivals-Islamic and medieval European philosophers-monasticism-decline of the feudal system-attempted to reconcile reason with their faithFront of Game Pieces-helped Muslim conquest of the Middle East and north Africa-resulted in the spread of Christianity-marked the end of the European Middle Ages-Tang and Song rule in China-the junk and the magnetic compass-facilitated Chinese overseas trade-Golden age of Chinese culture and accomplishments-could gain educations and participate in religious life-women in Europe and Japan-characteristic of urban life in medieval Europe-Mongols-areas not conquered by the Mongols-Within Japanese shogunates
4 -Professions were organized through the guild system -Group that captured Baghdad-land was held by powerful lords called daimyos-helped Islam become the first global civilization-India & Japan-emperor and the patriarch-Berbers-became the basic law code for his state and influenced future law codes-indigenous inhabitants of north Africa-Justinian’s Code-co-heads of the Eastern Orthodox Church-military advantage of the Mongols-Umayyads tolerated Jews and Christians, however-Sinification-they were skilled horsemen-Vietnam, Korea, Japan copied Chinese systems and architecture through this process-they were forced to pay a tax-Hajj-led to stability and prosperity during the Tang Dynasty-led to increased Chinese literacy-Equal-Field System-came to dominate most of Anatolia-movable-type printing and paper-Turks-peoples who spread iron-working technology in Africa-developments in the postclassical era-advancements during the Song Dynasty-Mongols-were tolerant of religious differencesFront of Game Pieces-Bantu-expansion of Islam, spread of “civilization”, shift from polytheism to monotheism-gunpowder, moveable type, metallurgy-protected and revitalized trade on the Silk Roads-slaughtered the Umayyaads and founded the Abbasids-strengthened the free peasant class in Byzantium-impact of the Mongols-theme system-Abu al-Abbas-the Hanseatic League-lasting effect of the Crusades-held most political and military power in medieval Europe-Once Charlemagne’s empire collapsed, western Europe was dominated by
5 Front of Game Pieces -regional monarchies -lords -trade alliance-cultural and trade contacts between Western Europe and the Middle East-regional monarchies-responsible for the spread of literary, artistic, and cultural traditions-lords-way in which Islam spread through west Africa, east Africa, and southeast Asia-Byzantines and Abbasids-traders-migration by large groups-groups Christina merchants traded withFront of Game Pieces