Unit 3: Regional and Transregional Interactions (600-1450)
Europe During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
Feudalism and the Manor System
The Ideal of Christendom
The Western Monarchies and the Eastern Frontier
Urbanization, Trade, and Soci
1. Wang Mang- Wang Mang was a high court official who seized power of China in 8
Significance: He launched startling reforms in attempt to recreate a golden age in
which small-scale peas
APWH1 Period 7
(a) p. 238 Description: How would you characterize the social hierarchy of classical China?
The social hierarchy of classical Chi
342 MAP 8.2: Examine map and answer: (1) Piracy was a problem in Indian Ocean trade.
If you were a pirate, where might you choose to operate? Explain.
I would operate in the Arabian Sea. There are many trade r
chapter 10 orourke review questions
01. Why were the Europeans extremely willing to borrow from foreign lands?
a. romans borrowed gunpowder from china
b. europe borrowed soap-making
c. byzantine cfw_justinian kidnapped chinese silk merchants learned how t
Before answering the homework questions, I would like to make the following observation: All
the empires described in this chapter are the: Persian, Roman, and Mauryan empires. Therefore,
all comparisons will be made with these three states, and the term
Enlightened Despots - influenced by Enlightenment, these monarchs thought that a wise and
generous ruler, living and ruling by the dictates of reason, could ensure the wellbeing of their
people. most implemented policies of expansion and rel