The Eternal Blue Sky is the single supreme entity that Mongols worship and believe in.
The steppes are the Mongol lands that are similar to the prairies of North America.
Spirit Banner is also called a sulde; each warri
1.) What was it?
-Medieval model of government predating the birth of the modern nation-state
-A military hierarchy in which a ruler or lord offers mounted fighters(knights) a
fief( a parcel of land)
- Knights became vassal after accepting this
Russian Revolution of 1905:
The Russian Revolution of 1905 started as a nonviolent
protest that took place on January 9th. The most famous part
of this Revolution is known as the Bloody Sunday Massacre.
The Bloody Sunday Massacre began when Czar Nicholas
1. How did the first Americans get here?
a. They travelled to America through a land bridge in what is now the Bering Strait.
Water levels were lower because much of the world's water is frozen in ice.
2. What were the ideals of the first colonists regard
Soviet Union Leaders
Joseph Stalin- Born Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili, Stalin was not actually Russian;
however Georgia, where Stalin was born, was part of the Russian Empire. Coming from a poor
shoe making family, he originally studied to become a p
Changes in Continuity over Time: China 600 C.E.-1450 C.E.
After the fall of the final classical Chinese dynasty, China dissolved into multiple
kingdoms which would not be reunited until the post-classical period which is between the years
Social and Religious Differences between Mesopotamia and Egypt
A few thousand years after the last ice age, foragers started planting crops along rivers
around the world. Some of the farming villages grew into cities; these cities continue
Consider the Following: Polytheism (pantheon) vs. monotheism, enumerated laws, relation to state (theocracy), gender roles, missionaries, major ideologies, schisms, syncretism,
economic interests, persecution of minority religions
8000 600 CE
Consider the Following: Major players, dominant vs. dominated regions, how goods traded, technological innovations, what was traded (disease, ideology, religion, materials), role of
merchants, currency, routes, cultural exchange