Kicked out the Mongols and Chinese culture reemerges Japan Shinto Feudal Japan

Kicked out the mongols and chinese culture reemerges

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Kicked out the Mongols and Chinese culture reemerges Japan Shinto Feudal Japan and Feudal Europe comparison Shogun held all the power while the Emperor was a figurehead India Delhi Sultanate
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Islamic rule in Northern India Hinduism remains a constant especially in Southern India Mongol Must Know Information: Largest continuous land empire in world history Facilitated the 3rd Golden Age of the Silk Road (Pax Mongolica) Religiously tolerant Never took Japan, Egypt and India Mongol Khanates Golden Horde- Russia Chagatai- Central Asia Persian Ilkhanate China- Yuan dynasty Forbade the Chinese from marrying Mongols and learning the Mongol language Americas Llama: only large domesticated beast of burden Maya Warring city states Tikal and Chichen Itza Aztec Capital Tenochtitlan Expansionistic, warriors prized Chinampas showed agriculture advancement Like Mongols, collected tribute from conquered groups Incas In Peru Machu Picchu No written language (Quipu instead) Expansionistic Established a bureaucracy unlike the Aztecs Like Romans, built many roads and bridges Oceania Polynesian migrations (600 CE) Fiji, Tahiti, Hawaii and New Zealand Regional kingdoms established Americas Llama: only large domesticated beast of burden
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Maya Warring city states Tikal and Chichen Itza Aztec Capital Tenochtitlan Expansionistic, warriors prized Chinampas showed agriculture advancement Like Mongols, collected tribute from conquered groups Incas In Peru Machu Picchu No written language (Quipu instead) Expansionistic Established a bureaucracy unlike the Aztecs Like Romans, built many roads and bridges Oceania Polynesian migrations (600 CE) Fiji, Tahiti, Hawaii and New Zealand Regional kingdoms established Trade explodes in this time period Trans Saharan, Silk Road and Indian Ocean Reasons for trade expansion: Technological advancements (astrolabe, compass, lateen sail, camel saddle) Monetary systems (credit) Results of trade: Diffusion of goods (salt, spices, precious metals, silk), religions, language, technologies and disease Growth of cities like Swahili city states (Kilwa), Constantinople, Venice, Cairo, Chang’an Comparisons: Mongols with Aztecs, Mali, Romans, Vikings and Turks Middle East with China (culture, technologies) Ibn Battuta, Marco Polo and Xuanzang Japanese and European feudalism Continuities Religion Christianity in decentralized western Europe
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Hinduism in southern India Confucian principles in China Patriarchal societies Sati, foot binding, concubines, harems and veiling Africa most egalitarian Be familiar with maps and visuals of: Byzantine empire, feudal Europe, Mongol empire, Dar Al Islam, spread of the Black Death !450-1750 C.E. ( period 3)
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