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CHAPTER 9 STUDY GUIDE FOR TEST 1. In 150 years or roughly between 1750 and 1900 one of the distinctive changes that occurred was: A breakthrough to distinctly “modern” societies 2. Around 3000-3500 BCE it is believed that these two countries pioneered advanced agriculture and urban civilization. Mesopotamia & Egypt 3. The Greeks developed ways of thinking and political organization that had a profound influence In the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions 4. These people gave rise to the new religion called Islam and to an expanding and enormously creative civilization. Arab 5. They were clearly the global leader in technological innovations between 1000 and 1500 CE and exercised a profound influence throughout the rest of the world. China 6. At the heart of the breakthrough to modernity was the __________________. Industrial Revolution 7. What were elements that made Europe unique. Environment Advantage of Backwardness o Newness of Europe’s civilization Absence of Unity o A system of separate and competing states rather than a unified empire Science and Engineering Society and Religion 8. In 1750, these two areas accounted for more than 57 percent of world manufacturing output.
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India and China 9. For centuries, this country dominated the cotton textile production. India 10. What were advantages of empires building in the Americas Gold and Sliver Markets and Profits Resources Industrial Model 11. This was the core of European expansion in the Americas which may have modeled and pioneered patterns of economic activity that became central to Industrial production.
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