Of wool and linen had sky rocketed making many rich

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With the increased labor with Sects, the prod. Of wool andlinen had sky rocketed, making many rich and bootingeconomy. India - cottonIndiaWith labor organizations in India, many of the cottonprod. Had increased and had boosted economy.China - silkChinaSimilar to others, organized labor had been responsiblefor the rise of silk prod. Which had boosted economy.Fill in the chart below identifying similarities and differences in how various belief systems affected societies from 1450 to 1750. Similarities DifferencesChristianity had added strucutre to many monarchies in europe in new world.Christianity and other religions had all had great impact on the people and their followers and had been the cause of war andexpansion of religions via trade routes and military expeditions.Religions had been the cause for conflict between nations and violent wars.Islam had ruled over different parts of the world, and had not ruled over empires.Chinese phyllophytes/ religions had not ruled over monarchies like in Europe. Had ruled over differently in general, and commonly had affected morals which were allowed to be practiced.Judaism had not had great affect on empiresrule.8
Expansion between countries.India had not experienced such an affect on empires from Hinduism or Buddhism either.Furthermore, this also applies to Indonesia and nearby countries/Topic 4.6 - Internal and ExternalChallenges to State Power from 1450 to1750Learning Objectives: Explain the effects of the development of state power from 1450 to 1750. NameLocationSignificance (Why should we remember this?)Local resistancePueblo RevoltsLatinAmericaRevolts by the native Americans against the Spanish and had back trackedSpanish in their goals.
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FrondeFranceA collection and series of violent and dangerous uprisings under the reign oflouis XIV triggered by Louis XIV growing taxation of people and unfairpolicies.Cossack revoltsRussiaSeries of movements within Russia aimed at reducing taxation andincreasing royal control.Maratha conflict with MughalsMughalEmpireA warrior community that emerges in Deccan and posed challenge to DecaniSultanates within the Mughal empire.Ana Nzinga’s resistance (as ruler of Ndongo and Matamba)AngolaAnglian queen who fought off Portuguese colonizers by faking theacceptance of Christianity and created powerful trade nation.Metacom’s War (King Philip’s War)An armed conflict between India and England and England colonists andindies allies.Slave resistanceThe establishment of Maroon societiesin the Caribbean and Brazil LatinAmericaSlaves who escaped slavery in Americas and ran awayto develop so cities in the Caribbean and Brazil.North American slave resistanceNorthAmericaA series of slave resitence occuranceTopic 4.7 - Changing Social Hierarchiesfrom 1450 to 1750 Learning Objectives: Explain how social categories, roles, and practices have been maintained or have changed over time. NameLocationSignificance (Why should we remember this?)Differential treatment of groups in society, politics, andthe economy: Expulsion of Jewsfrom Spain and

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