Chapter 22 Reading Guide

Chapter 22 Reading Guide - AP CH 22 Study Guide Asian...

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AP CH 22 Study Guide Asian transitions in an age of Global Change 1) The ultimate task of all the explorations launched by the Europeans from the fourteenth century onward was? Page Ref: 503 2) All of the following were sources of disappointment to the Europeans who arrived in Asia in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: Page Ref: 503-504 3) Whose voyages of exploration opened the way for the Europeans to the Indies? Page Ref: 503 4) Despite their armaments, what factor convinced the Europeans that they could make little headway against the kingdoms of Asia? Page Ref: 504 5) What was the Portuguese lesson learned at Calicut? Page Ref: 505 6) What was the initial Portuguese response to the encounter at Calicut? Page Ref: 507 7) What peoples had preceded the Portuguese in entering the markets of South and Southeast Asia? Page Ref: 505 8) Which product was associated with the Arab zone of the Asian sea trading network? Page Ref: 506 9) Which product was associated with the Indian zone of the Asian sea trading network? Page Ref: 506 10) What were the products associated with the Chinese zone of the Asian sea trading network? Page Ref: 506 11) What was the significance of the mainland kingdoms and island states of Southeast Asia that surrounded the three great manufacturing zones of the Asian sea trading network? Page Ref: 506 12) What raw materials were most highly valued in the Asian sea trading network? Page Ref: 506
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