HIST 105 - Domestication of the Horse and Development of...

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HIST 105 14:25 The Maritime Expansion of a Terrestrial Power Galleys vs. caravels Portuguese and Diu 1509 o Defeated Indian/Egyptian o Enable empire to make inroads in Egypt Ottoman conquest of Egypt Red Sea fleet o Portuguese suffered Piri Reis o Made maps o Illustrated geographical knowledge of Ottoman Empire French ally o Upset about some treaty o Signed an agreement with the Ottomans Lepanto 1571 o Spanish and Italian fleet vs. Ottomans o Very important naval battle o Resolved with Spanish victory o Halted the expansion of Ottomans into western Mediterranean  Siege of Vienna 1683 If Ottomans would’ve won, majority of Eastern and Central Europe would’ve  been theirs Major turning point in the Ottoman empire INNER AND OUTER CHINA: THE YUAN AND MING DYNASTIES Geography
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Located between Yellow and Yang-Se River (North and South) Important for agriculture o Millet and Rice Settled population means increase in wealth
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Unformatted text preview: Domestication of the Horse and Development of Riding Tools Composite Bow Stirrups o Allowed for infantry 100s o Organized nomads o Allowed Mongols to build up a very large army very quickly Inner vs. Outer China: Parasitic and Symbiotic Relationships Inner didnt like Outer Inner thought Outer China were parasites Mongols break with the tradition of no Conquest Establish one of the largest empires the world has ever seen Transcontinental o East Asia to Europe Chinggis Khan (1178-1227) Universal Ruler in 1206 o Vision from Mongol Deity Break with Tradition Cultural and Environmental explanations Khubliai Khan and the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) Han Chinese International bureaucracy Separate Mongols and Chinese Beijing (northern capital) 14:25 14:25...
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2010 for the course HIST 21294 taught by Professor Buschmann during the Fall '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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