Global history Review guide (Pre World War I)I. Methodology of Global History and Geography(maps, history terms, social science occupations)II. Ancient World: Civilizations and Religion (4000 BC- 500 AD) (Range: 3-7) Early People & the Neolithic Revolution, Religions & Philosophies, Ancient EmpiresIII. Expanding Zones of Exchange and Encounter (500 – 1200)(Range: 3-7) Golden Age Empires: African Trading Kingdoms,Gupta empire,Tang Dynasty, Byzantine EmpireIslamic Empires / Spread of Islam IV. Global Interactions (1200 – 1650) (Range: 4-8)Medieval Europe (feudalism, Black Death), Feudal Japan, Mongol Empire, European Renaissance, Reformation,Age of Exploration (Commercial Revolution, Columbian Exchange, Triangle Trade, Colonization) V. The First Global Age (1450 – 1770) (Range: 6-13)Ottoman Empire, Ming Dynasty (exploration (Zheng He Vs Isolation), Global AbsolutismVI. Age of Revolutions (1750 – 1914) (Range: 8-16) Scientific Revolution, European Enlightenment,French Revolution, Latin American Independence Global Nationalism,Industrial Revolution,Meiji Restoration,ImperialismVII. A Half Century of Crisis and Achievement (1900 – 1945)(Range: 5-8)World War One, Russian Revolution, Between World Wars, World War TwoVIII. The 20th Century Since 1945(Range: 5-15)Cold War,Chinese Communist Revolution, Colonial Independence / Collapse of ImperialismConflict in the Middle East, Apartheid in South Africa, Collapse of Communism, Political Unrest in Latin America, Post-Cold War “Hot Spots”IX. Global Connections and Interactions( Range: 2-14)Global Interdependence, Modern Issues: Economic Trends, Modernization vs. Traditions, UrbanizationUnited Nations' Role. Global Migration, Science & Technology, The Environment, Population, TerrorismHuman & Women's RightsII. Ancient World: Civilizations and Religion (4000 BC- 500 AD) (Range: 3-7) Neolithic Revolutionand early civilizations: Concepts/TermsNeolithic Revolution, nomad, domestication, artifacts, archaeologists, civilization, Fertile Crescent, River valley Civilizations(Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus, Huang He) dynasty traditional economy, cultural diffusion, empire, specialization, Hammurabi’s Code, social class structure 1.The political, economic, geographic and social changes brought about as a result of the Neolithic Revolution. 2.The major characteristics of civilization 3.The influence of geographic factors on the development of early civilizations.Religions and Belief systems: Concepts/TermsMonotheism, Judaism: Torah, Christianity: Ten Commandments, Hinduism: Karma, Caste, Reincarnation, Dharma, Confucianism: Five-relationships, Taoism, Islam: Hirja, Mecca, Koran, Five Pillars, Animism, Shinto People Siddhartha Guatama, Confucius, Muhammad, 1.The origins, beliefs, practices, and impact of the beliefs systems.