Lecture1A - Globalization I The Mongols Nomads of the North...

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1 Globalization I The Mongols: Nomads of the North Lineage, Pastoralism & Warfare Chinggis Khan Horses vs. Chariots The Fall of China 1275
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2 Globalization I The Mongols & Trade Restoring the Silk Roads Incorporating Nomadic Tribes into a Centralized Empire Safeguarding Trade Routes The Beginnings of a New Era: From Warrior State to Trading Empire
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3 Globalization I The Early Modern World: The Mongol Empire: Facilitating Trade & the Spread of Disease The Rise of Trading Empires & Interoceanic Travel: Accelerating the Pace
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4 Globalization I The Coming of the Trading Empires Changing Climate: 1200 C.E. Nomadic vs. Agrarian Societies Nomadic Invasions: The Vikings, the Rise of Islam, &Turks
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5 Globalization I Nomadic Warriors & Sedentary Bureaucrats The “New Technologies” The Compass, The Astrolabe Rudders, Lateen Sails Canon Knowledge of Ocean Currents
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6 Globalization I The New Empires The Mongol Empire in China 1279 C.E.
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