Ap World Unit 2 Review - World History Advanced Placement...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Kevin Sacerdote Mandarin High Jacksonville, FL World History Advanced Placement Review Time Period Two 600-1450 C.E. Ngoc’s Study, Not Public Release
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Kevin Sacerdote Mandarin High Jacksonville, FL Change over Time Little change in gender roles, although elite women suffered the most (veiling, foot- binding) Long distance trade grew a great deal The Europeans start to emerge with world trade by the end of the time period and China begins to isolate themselves
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Kevin Sacerdote Mandarin High Jacksonville, FL 600 – 1450 C.E. Introduction Change over time occurs for many reasons, but three phenomena that tend to cause it are: 1. Mass migrations 2. Imperial conquests 3. Cross-cultural trade and exchange Widespread contact brings new goods, ideas, and customs to all areas involved
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Kevin Sacerdote Mandarin High Jacksonville, FL Major Events & Developments That Characterized This Era Older belief systems become much more important. Christianity, Hinduism, Confucianism, & Buddhism Two nomadic groups Bedouins and Mongols huge impact on the course of history during this time frame Islam –began in the 7th century and spread rapidly throughout Western Asia (Middle East), N. Africa, Europe, & S.E. Asia
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Kevin Sacerdote Mandarin High Jacksonville, FL Major Events & Developments That Characterized This Era Islam forms and spreads rapidly throughout the world. Generally, Europe was not a major civilization area before 600 CE. By 1450, it was connected to major trade routes and some of its kingdoms assert their world power. Major empires grow in South America (Inca) and Mesoamerica (the Maya and Aztec.) China had supremacy over many areas of Asia and became one of the largest and most prosperous empires of the time. Long distance trade continued to develop, and became much more complex
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Kevin Sacerdote Mandarin High Jacksonville, FL Major Shifts and Continuities The Islamic World Impacted political and economic structures. Shaped the development of arts, sciences and technology. Interregional networks and contacts Expansion of trade and cultural exchange. Mongols first disrupted, then promoted long- distance trade throughout the world. China’s internal and external expansion Saw China taken over by the Mongols and then returned to Han Chinese under the Ming Dynasty.
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Mandarin High Jacksonville, FL Major Shifts and Continuities Developments in Europe Feudalism was developed. Christianity splits into two. Catholic Church in the west and Eastern Orthodox Church in the east. Both cases, the Church gains a great deal of power. Social, cultural, economic patterns in the
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