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AP World History Review Period 3: Regional and Trans-Regional Interactions c. 600 CE – c. 1450 CE. Bill Strickland East Grand Rapids High School East Grand Rapids, MI bstrickl@egrps.org. KC 3.1 Expansion & Intensification of Communication & Exchange Networks.

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ap world history review period 3 regional and trans regional interactions c 600 ce c 1450 ce

AP World History ReviewPeriod 3: Regional and Trans-Regional Interactionsc. 600 CE – c. 1450 CE

Bill Strickland

East Grand Rapids High School

East Grand Rapids, MI

bstrickl@egrps.org

kc 3 1 expansion intensification of communication exchange networks
KC 3.1 Expansion & Intensification of Communication & Exchange Networks
  • Improved transportation technologies & commercial practices led to increased trade volume, & expanded geog range of trade networks
  • Movement of peoples caused linguistic & environmental effects
kc 3 1 expansion intensification of communication exchange networks1
KC 3.1 Expansion & Intensification of Communication & Exchange Networks
  • Exchange fostered by intensification of existing, or creation of new networks
  • Continuity: diffusion of crops & pathogens through E Hemisphere along trade routes.
kc 3 2 continuity innovation of state forms their interactions
KC 3.2 Continuity & Innovationof State Forms & their Interactions
  • Empires collapsed & reconstituted; in some regions new state forms emerged.
  • Inter-regional contacts & conflicts btwn states/empires encouraged significant technological & cultural transfers
    • btwn Tang China & Abbasids
    • across Mongol empires/khanates
    • during the Crusades
kc 3 3 increased economic productive capacity its consequences
KC 3.3 Increased Economic ProductiveCapacity & Its Consequences
  • Innovations stimulated agric & industrial production
  • Fate of cities varied greatly
    • Periods of significant decline/increased urbanization buoyed by rising productivity/expanding trade
kc 3 3 increased economic productive capacity its consequences1
KC 3.3 Increased Economic ProductiveCapacity & Its Consequences
  • Continuities:
    • Social structures shaped by class/caste
    • Patriarchy persisted; however, women exercised more power/influence (Mongols & W Africa, Japan & SE Asia)
    • Methods of Production
      • free peasant agriculture
      • nomadic pastoralism
      • craft production/guilds
      • coerced/unfree labor
      • gov’t imposed labor taxes
      • military obligations
kc 3 3 increased economic productive capacity its consequences2
KC 3.3 Increased Economic ProductiveCapacity & Its Consequences
  • Changes in labor management & effects of religious conversion on gender relations & family life
    • Diffusion of Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Neo-Confucianism led to significant changes in gender relations/family structure.
  • New forms of coerced labor appeared:
    • serfdom in Europe & Japan
    • Incan mit’a
    • Free peasants resisted attempts to raise dues and taxes by staging revolts
    • Demand for slaves for military & domestic purposes increased