Lecture 6-7 - Lecture 6/7 July 2, 2008 1. G-factors for...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 6/7 July 2, 2008 1. G-factors for Mongols 2. Mann and empire 3. Oceanic exploration 4. Global connections 5. G-Factors for Mongols Slide 32 Slide 33 Expansion of disease Slide 34 Review Slide 35 Michael Mann Slide 36 Usually warlike Three Phases Feudal societies Controlled peasants and land About man power Knights become settlers Core was all about conquering and colonizing. No peace making developed out of Europes history Empire building was profitable Westphalia. 1648 Enabled empire building 7 years war Lost French, but not land. Slide 37 Informal and formal empires Colonial empires = formal Us Informal b/c not interested in permanent colonies Mini empires Israel Gaza Strip India 1945 SE Asia and Asia had their empires delegitimized Age of empires? No longer the age of empires It has ended Lecture 7 The discovery of the oceanic and the formation of Early World Trade Precursors of Early World Trade 1400 BCE Egyptians 500 BCE Phoenicians- Mediterranean 300 BCE Greeks 300 BCE Alexander to Pakistan 110 BCE Shang Qian to Uzbekistan 100 BCE Roman Empire Early Arab and Chinese Achievements Arab: Al-Idrisis Book of Roger...
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Lecture 6-7 - Lecture 6/7 July 2, 2008 1. G-factors for...

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