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Chapter 3

Chapter 3

Chapter 3. Classical Civilization: India. Classical Civilization: India. The Framework for Indian History: Geography and a Formative Period Patterns in Classical India Political Institutions Religion and Culture Economy and Society Indian Influence China and India.

By amadis
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home remedy skin blemish

home remedy skin blemish

home remedy skin blemish

By jasmineneesl
(127 views)

EMPIRES IN INDIA

EMPIRES IN INDIA

EMPIRES IN INDIA. Maurya Dynasty Location : Ganges Valley and the Deccan; Capital was Pataliputra which had libraries, schools, palaces, temples, parks surrounded by a great wall. Government : Well organized Bureaucracy.

By cutter
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“THE Cay” Vocabulary

“THE Cay” Vocabulary

“THE Cay” Vocabulary. Chapters 13, 14, and 15. treacherous (adjective). dangerous. crevices (noun). A crack that makes an opening. stobs (noun). a post, stub, or stake. calico (noun). cotton cloth. scallops (noun). a small round shellfish found at the bottom of the ocean.

By khoi
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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Section II Britain led in the rise of industry. Recap. Britain had a great food supply, large work force, and plenty of people with money to invest. Working from home. Prior to the factories…

By curt
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World History: The Earth and its Peoples

World History: The Earth and its Peoples

World History: The Earth and its Peoples. Chapter 19 Southwest Asia and the Indian Ocean, 1500-1750. Objectives. Understand how the Ottomans built and administered their territorial empire.

By kairos
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MUGHAL INDIA

MUGHAL INDIA

MUGHAL INDIA. BABUR & AKBAR. Babur: Founder of Mughal Empire Akbar (B. grandson) – tried to create a tolerant Islamic empire Marriage to other ethnicities New religion: Divine Faith (incorporated Muslim, Hindu, Zoroastrian, Sikh and Christian beliefs) Tolerant tax laws

By cheng
(167 views)

Traditional Textilles

Traditional Textilles

Traditional Textilles. Bulgarian Fabrics. Overview.

By aminia
(49 views)

History of Sails and Sailing

History of Sails and Sailing

History of Sails and Sailing. Catching the Wind with Sails. History. Ancient Egyptians developed the first sails around 4,000 B.C. using papyrus reeds. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/17322/17322-h/images/080.jpg. History.

By barr
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2 pt

2 pt

AR Cities 1. AR Cities 2. AR Cities 3. AR Cities 4. AR Cities 5. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 1 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 2 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 3 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 4 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. What a boy shoots in his gun. What is Beebe?.

By lala
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Madagascar

Madagascar

Madagascar. By: Rye Griffin. Landmarks. Madagascar is known for its beautiful beaches. The towering Baobab trees r just huge and also a must see in madagascar. Track and Field is big but they also compete in the world cup. Recreation and outdoor activities.

By ronia
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MOLA Art

MOLA Art

MOLA Art. from the San Blas Islands. Cuna Indians. The Cuna live on the San Blas Islands, near Panama, in Central America. They have no written language, thus no written history. There is evidence that their culture dates back to the 15th century.

By genera
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The Indus and Aryan Civilizations

The Indus and Aryan Civilizations

The Indus and Aryan Civilizations. Clare, Krista, Julie, and Deighton. The Indus Civilization. Government. Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro were the twin capitals of the Indus. They had a well organized government. Any rulers of this civilization are unknown. Agriculture and Trade.

By latham
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GANDHI

GANDHI

GANDHI. Mohandas Gandhi, often called the Mahatma or “Great Soul” was born in India on October 2, 1869. He and his followers threw the King of Britain and his great armies out of India without using weapons of any kind - unless you call a cotton spinning wheel a weapon!

By avi
(213 views)

My Mandir - Haveli

My Mandir - Haveli

My Mandir - Haveli. The temple/mandir of Shrinathji is called a Haveli. Haveli means a large house. The temple is seen as the house of Nandrai and Yashodama, the adoptive parents of Krishna bhagwan; this is the house that Krishna lived in as a child.

By sarai
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My Favourite Outfit

My Favourite Outfit

My Favourite Outfit. By: Charlotte To 4JG. My Dress. Kids version of SIA air attendants’ Uniform Dressing up outfit for a play or costume party Wear a few times only ~mainly at home A gift from grandparents Special Features: Two-piece dress Special batik design by Pierre Balmain

By payton
(175 views)

Quilting

Quilting

Quilting. Denyse Schmidt. What is Quilting?. A linear pattern made by small running stitches: these have a decorative purpose but they hold together three layers – the top, the backing and the middle layer of batting. Pieced top. Batting. Muslin. What are the uses?.

By rosa
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UNIT20 Gandhi comprehension of text lesson one

UNIT20 Gandhi comprehension of text lesson one

UNIT20 Gandhi comprehension of text lesson one. 史 桂 华. 一 . Questions: read the text fast to find answers to these questions. 1. In which countries did Gandhi work for the liberation of Indians? ( India and South Africa ) 2. What successes did Gandhi gain?

By natane
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Impacts of Industrialization

Impacts of Industrialization

Impacts of Industrialization. Industrialization. In England, making cotton cloth started, like many other things, as a cottage industry . New inventions created during the Industrial Revolution changed this. The creation of the flying shuttle by John Kay made weaving much faster.

By glain
(175 views)

Chapter 7 The Industrial Revolution Begins

Chapter 7 The Industrial Revolution Begins

Chapter 7 The Industrial Revolution Begins. 1750-1850. Essential Question. What technological, social, economic, and cultural changes occurred as the Industrial Revolution took hold?. Section 1. DAWN OF THE INDUSTRIAL AGE. Objectives. Analyze why life changed as industry spread.

By quentin-reid
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