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  1. Global Age Jeopardy!!

  2. Italian Explorer, sailing for Spain, who reached the Americas 1492 while searching for a western sea route from Europe to Asia • Christopher Columbus Back

  3. A scattering of people • Diaspora Back

  4. Spanish explorer who claimed lands in the Americas for Spain in the 1500s and 1600s • Conquistador Back

  5. Mapmaker • Cartographer Back

  6. The transfer of plants, animals, and diseases between the Americas and Europe, Asia, and Africa beginning with the voyages of Columbus • Columbian Exchange Back

  7. A Muslim empire in India (1526-1761) founded by Babur; ruled most of northern India from the mid-1500s to the mid 1700s. • Mughal Back

  8. Ruling dynasty of the Ottoman Empire (1293-1922); named for Osman I, the founder; at the Empire’s height, the Ottomans ruled a vast area that encompassed southwest Asia, northeast Africa, and southeast Europe. • Ottoman • Inca • Safavid • Mali Back

  9. Dynasty established by the Manchus in the mid 1600s and lasted until the early 1900s; Chinas last dynastyA. MaliB. TokugawaC. MingD. Qing • Qing Back

  10. The King of Spain appointed viceroys, which were ________? • Representatives who rules in his name. Back

  11. As Mali weakened in the 1400s, this new West African kingdom emerged; controlled trade routes, wealthy cities and became a leading center for learning; prospered until about 1586. • Songhai • Safavid • Ming • Mali Back

  12. The American word slave comes from the large number of _______________ taken from southern Russia to work as unpaid laborers in Roman times. • Slavs Back

  13. Person in Spain’s colonies in the Americas who was an American-born descendent of Spanish settlers. • Peninsulares • Creole • Mulatto • Mestizo Back

  14. In Spain’s colonies in the Americas, a person who was of African and European descent. • Peninsulares • Creole • Mulatto • Mestizo Back

  15. Members of the highest class in Spains colonies in the Americas; colonists who were born in Spain or Portugal. • Peninsulares • Creole • Mulatto • Mestizo Back

  16. Person in Spain’s colonies in the Americas who was of Native American and European descent • Peninsulares • Creole • Mulatto • Mestizo Back

  17. Portuguese navigator; his ships were the first to circumnavigate the globe, though he died on the journey.A. Hernan CortesB. Sir Francis DrakeC. Ferdinand Magellan • Ferdinand Magellan Back

  18. Prince of Portugal and patron of exploration; he made no voyages himself but spend his life directing voyages of discovery along the African coast.A. Francis DrakeB. Vasco de GamaC. Las CasasD. Henry the Navigator • Henry the Navigator Back

  19. Portuguese navigator; in 1497-1499, he became the first European to sail around Africa and reach India by sea.A. Vasco da GamaB. Christopher ColumbusC. MagellanD. Sir Francis Drake • Vasco da Gama Back

  20. Founder of the Ottoman Empire • Osman I Back

  21. Emperor of the Qing dynasty from 1735 to 1796; during his reign, China expanded to its greatest size. He limited foreign contacts and ordered traders to conduct business with the Chinese government, not with private merchants. • Qianlong Back

  22. Someone sent to do religious work in a territory or foreign country. • Missionary Back

  23. To proceed completely around • Circumnavigate Back

  24. South American empire stretching 2,500 miles down the Andes Mountains and along the Pacific coast; created one of the great road systems in history- even more extensive than that of ancient Rome; fell to the Spanish in the 1500s. • Inca • Maya • Aztec • Indian Back

  25. A group of islands in eastern Indonesia; was the center of the spice trade in the 1500s and 1600s. • Moluccas Back

  26. Early civilization in Central AmericaA. AztecB. MaliC. MayaD. Mestizo • Maya Back

  27. Large estate run by an owner or overseer and worked by laborers who live there • Plantation Back

  28. A line set by the Treaty of Tordesillas dividing the non European world into two zones, one controlled by Spain and the other by Portugal. • Line of Demarcation Back

  29. In 1603, Tokugawa leyasu founded the Tokugawa shogunate, which ruled Japan until 1868; Tokugawas brought peace and stability to Japan; experienced sharp conflict with foreigners arriving in the 1500’s. • Tokugawa Back

  30. Several hundred years after the decline of the Maya civilization, the Aztecs conquered most of Mexico; by 1500, the Aztec empire numbered about 30 million people; would eventually be conquered by the Spanish.A. MaliB. MayaC. AztecD. Inca • Aztec Back

  31. West African kingdom that emerged by 1250; controlled both the gold mining regions to the south and the salt supplies of the Sahara; weakened in the 1400’s • Mali Back