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  • 7 Pages 2009 AP World Unit II Chapters 16-17
    2009 AP World Unit II Chapters 16-17

    School: American University Of Science & Tech

    Course: 12321 1231234

    ... African slave trade for labor. Catholic Church- role in New World, Bartholomeau de las Casas: Conversion to Christianity: they first converted the American elites so lower class could follow them but they were secretly keeping their old religi...

  • 5 Pages Chapter2
    Chapter2

    School: Open Uni.

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    AP World History - Stearns. Chapter 2 – Classical Civilization: China. I. Introduction – longest-lived civilization in history. A. Isolated. 1. Couldn't learn from other cultures. 2. Rare invasions. 3. Distinctive identity. 4. Relatively lit...

  • 4 Pages AP World History Summer Assignment
    AP World History Summer Assignment

    School: Camas High School

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    1. The term “civilization” has numerous meanings and therefore can lead to various problems when using it as an organizing framework for world history. To start with, “civilization” can be interpreted in different ways, and therefore, it is im...

  • 5 Pages APWH classical civilization
    APWH classical civilization

    School: Camas High School

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    ... Classical Middle East, Specific Characteristics, Significance. Persia, 550 BCE; Cyrus the Great, first conqueror, expanded territory to include most of Southwest Asia; noted for tolerance of minorities; Religion: Zoroastianism, emphasized rewa...

  • 5 Pages regpostclassicaleastasia
    regpostclassicaleastasia

    School: South County Secondary

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    ... Mandarins – special class of officials who sent out emissaries of the central gov. to ensure that local authorities implemented imperial policy (as well as Eunuchs). This enhanced the authority of the central government. Ming rulers worked to...

  • 1 Page chapter16cornellIV
    chapter16cornellIV

    School: South County Secondary

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    Jasdev Singh AP World History - Period 5 11/5/07. “India and the Indian Ocean Basin” (Chapter 16) Part IV. The States of Southeast Asia: What aspects of Indian society did Southeast Asia assimilate/neglect? Evidence of change in Southeast Asia t...

  • 1 Page Create your own DBQ
    Create your own DBQ

    School: Forest Park High, Woodbridge

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    AP World History. Document Based Question. Created by: Greg Boehme. WORLD HISTORY. Section II. Part A. (Suggested writing time-40 minutes). Percent of Section II score- 33 1/3. Directions: The following question is based on the accompanying Docume...

  • 5 Pages APWH_2
    APWH_2

    School: Wayne Valley High

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    European Civilization, 1871-1914: Economy and Politics. Chapter Summary. In the half century between national consolidation and World War I, Europe attained unprecedented economic prosperity. Europe's population had expanded in the centuries a...

  • 4 Pages chapter 14 outline: A Prophet and his World
    chapter 14 outline: A Prophet and his World

    School: Mount Sinai High School

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    A prophet and his world: Muhammad and his message: Arabian peninsula was mostly desert: Nomadic Bedouin people organized in family and clan groups; Important in long-distance trade networks between China/India and Persia/Byzantium. Muhammad's ...

  • 3 Pages AP Chapter 4 vocabulary
    AP Chapter 4 vocabulary

    School: Seminole High School, Sanford

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    ... Hoplite armies - militias composed of middle and upper-class citizens supplying their own equipment - were for centuries superior to all other military forces. 9.Peloponnesian War: A protracted and costly conflict between the Athenian and Spar...

  • 3 Pages Chapter 11 Study Guide
    Chapter 11 Study Guide

    School: Seminole High School, Sanford

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    1. They built on the achievements of the Olmec.2. The achievements depended on the ability of the elites to control the laborers andsoldiers. 3. Quetzalcoatl was the Mayan feathered serpent god.4. The people of Teotihuacan thought that the sacrifi...

  • 3 Pages Chapter 20 Study Guide
    Chapter 20 Study Guide

    School: Seminole High School, Sanford

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    Ch 191. If a land empire is landlocked, then the Land Empire is vulnerable to blockadesespecially if the neighbors are its enemies. Also it doesnt have a strong navy and iseasily attacked by sea if not landlocked while not capitalizing on far-away...

  • 2 Pages Rough Draft chart of Zhou and Han Dynasty comparrison
    Rough Draft chart of Zhou and Han Dynasty comparrison

    School: Severna Park High

    Course: WORLD HIST AP World H

    Katherine GowlandGoldberg 2B9-15-10Comparison chart (roughdraft) of the Zhou andHan DynastiesSocially:Zhou Dynasty1029-258 BCE(Classical Era)Intellectually/Religiously:Expanded land from theHuanghe River to the YangtzeRiver, creating the.

  • 2 Pages Chapter 17 con't
    Chapter 17 con't

    School: Loudoun Valley High

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    What were the main characteristics of each of the Muslim empires, and in whatways were they similar?The Ottoman Empire, like the other 2 Muslim empires were military empires.Strong military administration began with Janissaries. They were recruite...

  • 3 Pages Focus Questions Chapter 16 & 17
    Focus Questions Chapter 16 & 17

    School: Loudoun Valley High

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    Why are the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires sometimes called gunpowder empires and how accurate is that characterization? The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires are called “gunpowder empires” because each used and gained control of other ...

  • 2 Pages Focus questions chapter 16 and 17
    Focus questions chapter 16 and 17

    School: Loudoun Valley High

    Course: HISTORY AP World H

    Why are the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires sometimes called gunpowder empires and how accurate is that characterization? The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires are called “gunpowder empires” because each used and gained control of other ...