AP World History Unit 3A Exam Chapters 13-17
1. As the Arabs moved into India, they adopted Indian methods of mathematics, science, and
medicine. What is their best known and most widely spread borrowed idea?
a. the concept of zero
b. Hindi numerals
1. Explain Russian expansion under the Ivans.
Ivan III or Ivan the Great built a strong army giving it military emphasis that they kept that for a
long time. He also had support from the Orthodox Christian faith and Russia. Ivan practiced
Chapter 14 & 15 Reading Questions
Answer the following reading questions in 3-5 sentences each (some of these may be longer
this week). Type your answers under each question. Do not delete the question. Do not rename
They are due Thursday, O
Chapters 16 & 17 Reading Question
Answer the following reading questions in 3-5 sentences each. Type your answers under each question. Do not delete the question. Do
not rename the document.
They are due Thursday, October 20 with a quiz for chapters 16 &
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The Americas on
the Eve of Invasion
After the collapse of Teotihuacan, the Toltecs moved into the political power
vacuum and established a culture with a strong military ethic and a c
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Reunification and Renaissance
in Chinese Civilization: The Era
of the Tang and Song Dynasties
Rebuilding the Imperial Edifice in the Sui-Tang Era
The long factional struggle that followed the fall of the Han dynasty ended when
C. Focus Questions
Chapter 17- The West and the world
What advantages allowed Spain and Portugal to expand overseas first?
When Spain began, with Columbus first voyage in 1492, Portugal had already discovered the Sea Route
Chapter 13, The Spread of Chinese Civilization: Japan, Korea, and Vietnam
The people on Chinas borders naturally emulated their great neighbor. Japan borrowed heavily from China
during the 5th and 6th centuries when it began forming its own civil
What institution did the aztecs and incas inherit from the
The aztecs and incas i herited mych from the toltecs, whom the aztecs considered the givers
of civilization. They gave the cult of sacrifics, emphasis on war, and organized trade.
1. The era of the Tang and Song rule is called the golden age of China because
a) It is the only period of Chinese rule in which foreign trade and ideas had little influence
b) The Chinese abandoned naturalistic subjects like landscapes in favor for more
Reunification and Renaissance in Chinese Civilization: The Era of the
Tang and Song Dynasties
Chapter Outline Summary
I. Rebuilding the Imperial Edifice in the Sui-Tang Eras
led nomadic leaders to control northern China
Chapter 11 & 12 Reading Questions
Answer the following reading questions in 3-5 sentences each. Type your answers under each question. Do
not delete the question. Do not rename the document.
They are due Thursday, September 29 with a quiz for chapters 11
II. CHAPTER 10 REVIEW
A. What characteristics define medieval west European civilization?
Feudalism was the major political institution in which one lord would rule over
several other lords and use their armies and agricultural items. Serfs or peasants to
1.) although later civs in Mesoamerica borrowed and built on the previous accomplishments
of the Olmecs and Maya, later civs:
a. were not as war-like as their predecessors had been
b. rarely surpassed previous intellectual predecessors
c. failed to improv
Primary Source Analysis Essay
Global History since 1750
The events of the Early Modern period, when the world was going through the Age of
Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution were key fundamentals to an important period in