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STUDY GUIDE HISTORY 106 CHAPTERS 7 and 8 MIDTERM SPRING 2017 PROFESSOR WATSON 1. The transplanting of animals, foodstuff, and other cultural aspects during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in the known world was called Colombian Exchange/ Commercialization 2. It was clear that the market based economies had their beginning in the fifteenth century in these two areas. City States of Italy, Dutch Flanders 3. By the fifteenth century India had been unified under this empire. Mughal Empire 4. This new fifteenth faith rejected the religious authority of the Brahmin caste but it combined elements of Islam and Hinduism. Sikhism 5. The changes of the fifteenth century in Eurasia saw rise of more powerful states, larger populations, a rise in capitalistic markets, urban development and challenges to old traditions and this era is referred to as Modernity 6. In the nineteenth century, the industrial revolution began to give birth to a more modern Society with rapid and sustained economic growth based on continuing technological innovation 7. This was the only world religion to spread from the eastern part of the world to the Islamic/ Muslim 8. The longest-lived empire to exist in modern the modern world or from the Middle Ages was Ottoman Empire 9. By 1453 this group had seized Constantinople and their armies had advanced to
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