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Chapter 12 notes - Single, centralized rule Grow from...

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Chapter 12 Notes - 1 Chapter 12 Cross-Cultural Exchange on the Silk Roads Long Distance Trade Classical Era 500 BCE – 500 CE Monsoon System Summer – Southwest Winter – Northeast Silk Roads Exchange Manichaeism Mani – Prophet 216-272 CE Blend of Zoroastrian, Christian, and Buddhist elements Dualism Good and Evil Light and Dark “The Elect” “The Hearers” St. Augustine 354-430 CE Bishop of Hippo from Algeria City of God Institutional Church Hierarchy of Officials Bishop of Rome Patriarchs Ecumenical Councils Nicaea – 325 CE Chalcedon – 451 CE Pope Spiritual Leader Characteristics of Empires
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Unformatted text preview: Single, centralized rule Grow from conquest of people & territory Control vast human & natural resources Militaristic Chapter 12 Notes - 2 Administration Ideology Body of ideas characteristic of a particular individual, group, or culture Assertion, theories, & aims Decline & Fall of Empires Failure of leadership Overextension of administration Collapse of economy Doubts over ideology Military defeat Emergence of Empires Persia: Achaemenid China: Qin India: Mauryan Greece: Athens Italy: Rome o Capital - Rome o Conquest o Ideology (administration) Republic and Empire o Decline...
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