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Culture Qin Dynasty/Han Dynasty Mauryan Empire/ Gupta Empire Roman Empire P QIN -The beginning of the Qin Empire there was much development. By the end the emperor started oppressing his people. HAN - First part of the Han dynasty was spent consolation the suffering people then later went to focus on military expansion. MAURYAN -Very centralized government, kings being the center of administration GUPTA -kings center of administration, provinces and sub-divided districts E QIN -They had a much structuralized money system and focused on construction and often left lower class citizens very poor. HAN - Economy was poor due to the results of the Qin Dynasty but taxes were lowered for peasants. MAURYAN -an agrarian economy, big on agriculture and industry and trade

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alphabetical with page numb Glossary 2 203 abbasid Caliphate Descendants of the Prophet Muhammad?s uncle, al-Abbas, the Abbasids overthrew the Umayyad Caliphate and ruled an Islamic empire from their capital in Baghdad (founded 762) from 750 to 1258. (p. 203) 610 abolitionists Men and women who agitated for a complete end to slavery. Abolitionist pressure ended the British transatlantic slave trade in 1808 and slavery in British colonies in 1834. In the United States the activities of abolitionists were one factor leading to the Civil War (1861?1865). (p. 610) 614 acculturation The adoption of the language, customs, values, and behaviors of host nations by immigrants. (p. 614)

The Earth and its People Chapter 8 Outline

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Patrick Wells World History Review 8 The Rise of Islam, 600-1200 I. The Origins of Islam A. The Arabian Peninsula Before Muhammad 1. The inhabitants of the Arabian peninsula mostly consisted of farmers and sailors. 2. Nomads made most of their income by providing camels, guides, and safe passage to merchants 3. Nomads dominated the caravan trade partly because of their invention of the military efficient camel saddle. This contributed to the rise of Arab dominated caravan cities. 4. Mecca was a caravan city which enjoyed much pilgrimage due to its shrine, believed by some to have been built by Abraham, and the relics it housed. B. Muhammad in Mecca 1. Muhammad, an orphan, was born it Mecca and owned caravans.

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Chp 18 Outline *Incomplete* The Earth and Its Peoples 3rd Edition

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Chp 18 Outline A. Plantations in the West Indies I. Colonization Before 1650 • Spansih settlers introduced sugar cane cultivation in to the west Indies shortly after 1500, but thrse colonies soon fell into neglect as attention shifted to colonizing the American mainland. After 1600, the West Indies revived as a focus of colonization, this time by northern Europeans interested in growing tobacco and other crops. • This New World leaf, long used by Amerindians for recreation and medicine was finding a new market among Europeans. Received opposition from few, like King James I of England, but was mass sold in 7,000 ships around England.

world history notes

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AP WORLD HISTORY NOTES Early Romans believed in invisible shapeless forces known as numina. The Roman senate was the real center of power. Rome?s most brilliant general was Julius Caesar. He was responsible for the conquest of the Celtic people which was Rome?s first territorial acquisition in Europe. The invasion took place between 59 and 51 B.C.E. The Chinese were the first people to make paper. The city of Rome was built on seven hills Romulus was a man, who as a baby, was cast into the Tiber River. He was raised by a she-wolf. Later, he found the city of Rome in 753 B.C.E. Romanization is the spread of the Latin language and the Roman way of life. In agricultural societies, the basis of wealth is the amount of land a person owns.

Earth and It's People 3rd Edition Unit 1 Summary

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FOUNDATIONS (8000 BCE TO 600 CE) Of all the time periods covered in the AP World History curriculum, Foundations (8000 BCE - 600 CE) spans the largest number of years. It begins with an important Marker Event - the Neolithic Revolution - and ends after the fall of three major classical civilizations - Rome in the Mediterranean region, Han China, and the Gupta Empire of India.? Broad topics addressed in the Foundations time period are: Environmental and periodization issues Early development in agriculture and technology Basic cultural, political, and social features of early civilizations: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus Valley, Shang China, and Meso/South America
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