1.03- The Expansion of Islam: Objectives
Imagine that a club you were in stated you had to dress a certain way for years, or that the government
banned people from wearing clothes that you have worn for years.
The Islamic world
The fastest growing religio
1.06- Byzantine Empire: Achievement and Expansion: Objectives
395 to 1025 Byzantine became one of the most powerful empires in the world. Constantinople became a
economic, cultural, and political center. The code of law influenced even the United States
1.04- The Golden Age of Islam: Objectives
Baghdad is important because it lies along major trade routes between Europe
The golden age is a time of great achivements in any civilization
The golden age of islam lasted from about the 8th to the 11th
The Franks Sow New Foundations
Children flock from all around to grab up their treats. Following the fall of Rome, the
land was grabbed up among groups in the region, much like the candy from a piata.
A group called Vandals took over the Italian peninsu
1.03- The Byzantines: Objectives
Roman Empire had several provincial capitals
2 most important rome, and Constantinople or Byzantium.
The people of the eastern Roman Empire are known as the Byzantines. Widening cultural differences and
1.02- Monotheist Religions: Objectives
Though people may have similar culture they will not always agree, when each person has different
beliefs and ideas the differences can sometimes lead to problems and create conflicts.
Examples of conflict
1.1 set the stage
Over time as a population grows keeping control can become hard.
Eg. It starts out with only one student and one teacher, the students multiplied and it wasx hard
to have an adequate amount of supplies for each student, or have enough co
1.08- Module 1 review
Judaism, Christianity, Islam.
Monotheistic means one god
Messiah means leader, lord and savior
Shia want muhammads descendants
Slavic the language family of a group of people living in centra;, eastern, and southeaster Europe
From Cities to Farms( to Cities Again)
Decline of Roman empire caused deurbanization of Europe
Without Roman protection urban hubs became vulnerable to Vikings, Magyars, and
People spread out, and small independent economies rose. They were cent
A Holy History
Jerusalem, and the Holy land(Palestine)
It sits at the intersection of 3 continents
Borders the Mediterranean sea
It is valued for its location and history
The location may be reason people settled their, once they did they gave rise to rel
The Declaration of Independence was a major turning point in American history. The
document was a list of grievances against Great Britain for placing so many ridiculous taxes and
tariffs on the colonial