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A. 1942: Encounter of 2 worlds a. Why 1492? b. Importance? c. Why did Christopher Columbus sail west? B. Characteristics of European Feudalism a. No “Nation-States” b. Parochial Attitudes/conditions c. Land Tenure System d. e. Dominance of Roman Catholic Church f. Constant warfare g. Effects of black death mid 1300s h. Lack of knowledge of larger world C. Breakdown of Fuedalism a. Commercial “revolution” i. Crusades ii. Rise of Islam 7 th century A.D./Mohammed iii. Capture of Jerusalem iv. 1096: Pope Urban 2 at Clermont, France v. What did the crusaders find? Look eastward vi. New Goals: Trade exploration, conquest b. 5 pillars of Islam i. There’s but 1 God (Allah) and Mohammed is his prophet
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ii. Fast during Ramadan: the 9 th month of the Islamic year and considered sacred iii. Give alms to the poor iv. Pray 5 times a day v. Make a pilgrimage to Mecca during one’s lifetime vi. (Unofficial) participate in holy wars to defend their faith c. Political Revolution
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course HIST 1103 taught by Professor Rohrer during the Spring '06 term at Oklahoma State.

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