1-How did the rise of science changed the intellectual life in Europe during the 16th and
People were getting together to debate science, religion and philosophy. Bureaucratic women
financed the publishing of findings. Scientists w
l. Intro thru The First Big Changes: Culture and Commerce 1450-1650
1. What practice was abolished by the 18th century that showed a new interest in the
young a willingness to spend more time actively supervising them?
By the 18th century, s
Chapter 20 Africa and the Africans in the Age of the Atlantic
The chapter has been divided into 3 sections. Read the
appropriate pages and complete the assigned tasks for each section on a
separate piece of paper.
I. Intro thru The
Chapter 23, Part II
Here are some questions that will help prep you for the next quiz:
1. What did Karl Marx believe and what did Revisionists believe?
Karl Marx called capitalism evil, and that action was necessary to bring change. Revisionists
AP World History
Mesopotamia & Egypt
1. What defined nomads and what two types of groups were they composed of?
Nomads are a group of people that since they didnt have any advanced tools they had to be on
The Dawn of the Industrial Age/The Long 19th Century, 1750-1914
Chapter 27 Russia and Japan: Industrialization
Outside of the West
Directions: The chapter has been divided into only 1 section (Russia).
Read the appropriate pages and complete the ass
AP World History
Indus, China, Bantus, Mesoamerica
1. What limited contact between the Indus Valley and other civilizations and what
geographic feature allowed contact to take place?
Hindu Kush Mountains limited contact and
`AP World History
Asia & Mongols
When was Tang Dynasty and what did it contribute to Chinese Culture?
Tang dynasty ruled from (618-906 AD). During the Tang Dynasty, China achieved the peak of
its civilization and became the cen
The Middle Ages in Europe fell between which two other periods?
between the fall of Rome and the Renaissance.
In what year is Rome often said to have disintegrated totally?
How did the governing structures of Byzantium & Western Europe differ following th
1. When compared to Western & Central Europe, why did Russia take more time to
finally engage in the economic, political, and cultural advancements that had been taking
place since 1450 AND how would this result in Russia developing DIFFERENTLY than