In the sixteenth century, the Ottoman and Safavid states were:
a) overshadowed by a strong and peaceful Europe
b) both sectarian and political rivals
c) hurt badly by European expansion
d) all of the above
e) none of the above.
Which of the following stat
Professor Joshua R. Haar
11 March 2017
Considering the Evidence: Experiencing Industrialization
1. Comparing Marx and Smiles: How might Marx and Smiles criticize each others views? What
common ground might they find?
Marx and Sm
Admiral Zheng He was the commander of the Ming expeditions. Admiral He was a
Chinese Muslim with ancestral connections to the Persian Gulf. He was a fitting emissary to the
increasingly Muslim-dominated Indian Ocean Basin. Zheng He was an imper
Explain the economical and societal significance of the bourgeoisie class in Paris, France.
European society was dominated by a small number of noble families who enjoyed
privileged access to high offices in the church, government, and military, and in mo
Hist 111 VA
ID: English Civil War
The English Civil War started in 1642 and lasted until 1648 in the kingdom of England.
It started because King Charles I of England wanted all the power and refused to call in
parliament for eleve
Europe: Defining the
Peninsulas and Islands: Maritime
Hearth of achievement,
innovation and invention
Greece and Rome
Purpose of the Class
An introduction to the description
and understanding of the Earths
character and natural G-8 and
cultural G-3 landscapes .
An introduction to geographic
concepts applicable to the
understanding of the Earths
Whites, Blacks, Europeans, and Africa are all people, places, and things that all played a
major role in the Atlantic Slave Trade. The Atlantic Slave Trade had a huge impact on slave
trading and owning so much that the story is still told today. I
Considering the Evidence #1
1) What different experiences of the slave trade are in these documents? How can you
account for those differences?
a. Olaudah Equiano learned ow to read and write, and he stated that he traveled. His
Considering the Evidence #2
1. How might Marx and Smiles criticize each others views? What common ground might
a. Marx believed in social class played a role in class struggles. Smiles believes the
attitudes of the workers got them where they a
So I decided to start the little journal like thing instead of expressing myself
to others and just getting shut down. So Im like totally passed due on a lot of my
bills I am definitely nervous but waiting until my paycheck drop in my accoun
After Cuba has tried to explore Mexico twice and failed, Governor Velazquez appointed
Hernan Cortes to lead six hundred men into Mexico. Once they arrived to Mexico and proved
themselves after battling the Maya, they discovered the Aztec Em
The daimyo were powerful lords who ruled much of Japan by having a hereditary hold on the
land. The term daimyo literally means large (dai) myo (myoden, meaning private land). They originated
from the Shugo class, who governed various provinces of
Unit 1 Study Guide/Exam 1
NOTE: You should complete all of these Identifications and Essay Questions. Please type each
answer out, indicating whether they are IDs or Essays, and the term for the IDs (i.e. Aztec
Empire) and letter for the Essays (i.e. a, b
1 out of 1 points
Where was the empire of the Mexica located?
Correct. The answer
1 out of 1 points
After Magellans voyage to circumnavigat
Definitions that are in quotations are taken directly from the text book.
Aztec Empire: The population was approximately 20 million, and the capitol was Tenochtitlan (Modern
day Mexico City). They performed human sacrifices to
Unit 3 Study Guide/Exam 3
Definition #1-Sick Man of Europe
The term Sick man of Europe, was actually used to describe the Ottoman Empire. It
was an expression to illustrate a once supremely dominate empire that was disintegrat
Cyrus and his son ruled their empire by following a practical approach of
threatening the people with gross injustices.
2 first marrying into the local nobility.
murdering local priests and nobles.
4 respecting local priests and nat
The Hyksos were able to conquer Egypt because they had
horse-drawn chariots carrying archers with composite bows.
control of the Nile Delta region, so they could restrict irrigation to Egyptian agriculture
20 out of 20
What is a distinctive feature of Celtic military activity?
Warriors fought naked and took the heads of enemies.
Warriors fought with special armor.
Warriors used military bands to set the tempo for marching
What is the first recognizable cultural activity of human beings?
Homo habilis got their meat primarily by
NAME: Shanna Carrillo
*Keep your exam in this format. For the short answer and essays include your
answer after the question. Be mindful of the length requirements.
PART IISHORT ANSWER (30 points)
Instructions: In two paragraphs EACH
The due date for the first exam is slowly approaching; remember you are to complete the study
guide for Exam 1. Once the study guide is completed, it is to be submitted as the exam. To
submit your exam: log into Blackboard, select the exams tab, under Exa
HIST111 Sec C Modern World Civ (Nienkamp)
Jan 5th, 2016
David Damrosch. The Aesthetics of Conquest: Aztec Poetry before and after Cortes.
Representations. 31. (Winter 1991), 101-120.
Summary: Damrosch starts out by explaining tha
Western World in 1500
Church unifying institution of Europe
Fighting Muslims, Byzantium orthodoxy, pagans
Intertwined with Feudalism and Manoralism
b. Europe a religious place
Monarchs leave fortunes for priests and churches as "redemption