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Chapter 11 Learning Guide – Pastoral Peoples on the Global Stage: The Mongol Moment 1200-1450Main Idea 1 – In places where agriculture could not develop, people survived by using animals such as horses, camels, goats, sheep, cattle, yak and reindeer to support themselves. This helped pastoral people grow as a culture.1.Compare agricultural communities with pastoral societiesAgriculturalBothPastoral2.How were the lives of women at this time? (should be at least 4 sentences)3.Based on the paragraph on the bottomof page 460, what were the Europeans impressions of Mongol women?4.The most well-known feature of pastoralists were their ability to move around. How and why did they move so often?1
5.Explain how pastoralists were connected to the agricultural communities. Why were both communities reliant on each other?6.How did pastoral societies interact with agricultural communities economically, militarily, and culturally?EconomicallyMilitarilyCulturally7.According to your book “Surely the most fundamental contribution of pastoralists to the larger

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