EARLY 10th Century
First non Germanic
2. Otto 1:
comes after Henry. He attempted to assert the control of the king over that
of the church and pope.
Not very successful
3. Henry IV did not become
September 23rd, 2011
Dr. Waitman W. Beorn
HIST 122: World Civ. to 1650
Source Essay #1
Josephus was a Jewish priest and for a short time a military leader who was
highly respected, even by the Romans. He was so respected that even when the Rom
1. What accounts for the division within Islam into different sects Sunni and
a) Define what is Sunni and what is Shii
b) How did they form? Under what circumstances?
Political the crisis of succession what are the criter
Professor Scott Hill
The Iroquois Indians, also known as the Haudenosaunee or people of the long
house, were one of the largest Native American tribes in history with an extremely
Muhammad 600 AD
Extreme Monotheism! Lets make this big on how there is only one God! Allah is one God
and no parts.
Grows out of Judaism Jesus appears in Quran but is only a prophet
Prayer 5 times a day about 10 minutes
people Muslim- n
History Review Sheet for Exam 1
* Chapter 1 Summary *
The Weeks History of the World Object Early Writing Tablet
Beginning in 10,000 BCE, humans shifted from a hunter gather way of life to one
marked by settled agriculture and the domestication of animals
World Civ. To 1650 Review for Final Exam
o Institutionalized the importation of Chinese culture and lifestyle to Japan
around 646 AD.
o Abolished private land ownership.
o Made the emperor the theoretical owner of all land.
Lauren E. Ashley
Immanuel Kant was a German philosopher born in 1724, in Prussia, or modern day
Russia. Kant was one of the most influential figures in modern philosopher. His contributions
got the ball rolling for subsequent philosophers, and the period
Theme: Adopt & Adapt
1) Korea - Religious and Political Systems of Silla and Koryo states:
57 BCE 900 CE 1,000 year dynasty
First dynasty to unite under Korean Peninsula
Tributary System Tang helps Silla defeat other
Mother fucking essays.
1. Economy vs. Political Structure
Feudalism (government) / Manor System (economic) the poorer vassal or serf
peasant was exploited by their richer lords.
o The vassals and knights were often known as the 'lesser lords', and serfs
Question: Why did these two civilizations, situated on opposite ends of Eurasia, share so much in
their imaginations of each other?
Hypothesis: While reading the sources provided, I noticed that Chinese and Romans viewed
each other as almost
Some argue that new technologies, such as calculators and computers, keep humans from
forming critical thinking skills that are necessary in the thought process; yet the same argument
is brought up whenever a new technological discovery is made. Will huma
Question: Why does the government use certain numbers to identify people instead of just
relying purely on the names of the individual?
Hypothesis: The governments use of a complex number system to identify individuals is to help
locate and keep citizen a
While reading the documents on the Battle of Actium, I had to make inferences as to
what actually happened on the day of the battle. After reading through the documents numerous
times and comparing each onelooking for similarities and diff
1) Royal Rome Roman family structures and roles (roman political life),
client-patron relationship, patricians, plebeians:
a) Roman Family Structure and Roles The center of Roman life is family
Father is viewed as the King and ha
Test 3 Study Guide
Expansion of European Power, Nationalism, the New Imperialism, and WWI
Explain the role of Balkan nationalism in the lead up to WWI
Summarize the reasons that the New Imperialism became possible during
Summerians invented law, administered by a central authority and they determine the nature of retribution if
any to be ex act.
If the law is written it assumes a different nature. Meaning if it's written the judge or no one is to blame. It's
A polytheistic world, with regional diodes, associated with forces of nature, or elemental
powers (i.e. God of love, etc.) and these Gods are anthropomorphic and demand sacrifice.
The near east is a melting pot for various religion
World Civ. To 1650 Review for Exam #2
o A field of linguistics which studies the relationship between
language and culture, and the way different ethnic groups perceive
o Part of the Niger-Kongo family
HIST T122 Exam 1
Dr. Waitman Beorn
Instructions: READ all instructions and write ALL answers in your test book.
Part I: Multiple Choice (5 pts each)
1. Which group was the first to unify much of Mesopotamia and create a true
November 28th, 2011
Dr. Waitman W. Beorn
HIST 122: World Civ. to 1650
Source Essay #3 Sundiata
Griots know the history of kings and kingdoms and that is why they are the best
counselors of kings (Niane, 40). We are vessels of speech, we are t
CHAPTER 8: CHINESE IMPERIALISM
Theme: Empire Centralization & Unification
1) Chinas Reunification:
a) Religion Confucianism official state religion (shows centralization) there
was a need or a strong centralized government with a single aut
1. Ghana gets economic power from trade gold.
3. Bilal ibn Ribah
5. Mansa Musa
10. Sonni Ali
11. Muhammad al-Turi
What evidence do we have to support t
1. Gutenberg discovers printing press with moveable type.
2. Erasmus reformer; idealist and pacifist supported piety, emphasized
orthodoxy above orthopraxy. Made translation of bible into Greek was used to
make an eve
Theme stat building and society in early modern Europe: the cases of England and
Question What factors led to the political and economical transformation of W.
Europe and its emergence as a region that would eventually un
CHS. 23 & 24
Theme: politics and society in Europe and America: C.A. 1800-1914
Nationalism idea to unite people living in a state; to come together and work
together; find an identity. Links and bond of nation are defined according to
Theme: Exploitation of Latin America
Very rich in natural resources industrial goods as well
Rich in agriculture bananas, sugar, tropical fruits
High levels of poverty paradox great things but still poor.
3 economic consequences of depression:
1. Retreat of Russia from global trade community western Europe
loses major exporters and importers of good European markets
2. Increase i