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Ancient India

Ancient India

Ancient India. Geography, Aryan Migration, ancient Empires, and Hinduism and Buddhism. Geography of India. Indus River. Harappa. Ganges. Mohenjo-Daro. Geography of India. Hindu Kush Mtns. Himalaya Mtns. Indus River. Harappa. Ganges. Mohenjo-Daro.

By jaden
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Achievements of the Gupta

Achievements of the Gupta

Achievements of the Gupta. The Next Great Indian Empire. Something to think about…. When is a civilization more successful? In times of war or in times of peace?. The Indian Subcontinent. Surrounded by water on 3 sides Bordered in north by Himalaya Mountains & Hindu Kush

By leyna
(425 views)

The Maurya and Gupta Empires

The Maurya and Gupta Empires

The Maurya and Gupta Empires. In this lesson, students will be able to identify characteristics of the Maurya and Gupta Empires. Students will be able to identify and/or define the following terms: King Asoka Gupta Empire Golden Age. Do you recognize which modern nation

By lan
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Introduction to Migration

Introduction to Migration

Introduction to Migration. Migration is Global. In 2011, 215 million live outside country of birth 700 million migrate within their country Demographic forces, globalization, climate change will continue this trend. Why do people migrate?. Push & Pull factors Economics Politics

By aideen
(103 views)

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!

Jeopardy!. With your host: Mr. Dillon. FINAL JEOPARDY!. Topic 1: 1 point. This structure helped promote internal trade in China. What is the Grand Canal and river system?. Topic 1: 2 points. This was not an impact of nomadic invasions on the Song dynasty.

By donoma
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Ancient India

Ancient India

Ancient India. The Indus River Civilization. The Indus River Valley Civilization. The First Civilization on the Indus. The First people of the Indus Valley. The Harrapans people created a city right on the banks of the Indus River around 5000 BCE.

By benoit
(157 views)

India & Southeast Asia

India & Southeast Asia

India & Southeast Asia. The Vedic Age 1500-500 BCE. Aryas v.Dasas Varna Class Structure = Brahmin (Priests/Scholars) Kshatriya (Warriors) Vaishya (Merchants) Shudra (Peasant/Laborers) Untouchables (Demeaning work) Jati = Subdivision of the 4 main Varna (Caste)

By diallo
(118 views)

Warmup

Warmup

Warmup. Why were Tiberius Gracchus, Gaius Gracchus, and Julius Caesar all killed?. The Roman Empire. Augustus Caesar. Not officially emperor Consul – highest patrician office Tribune – Highest plebian office Imperator – Temporary military dictator Princeps civitatis – first citizen

By hakan
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HIS 105 Chapter 10

HIS 105 Chapter 10

HIS 105 Chapter 10. Iran and India Before Islam. Iran. India. Parthians in Iran. Began the Arsacid rule (247 B.C.E.- 223 C.E.) Took hold in eastern Iran Dominated Iranian heartlands of Achaemenids and Selucids Continued imperial and cultural traditions of Achaemenids.

By etta
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South Asia:

South Asia:

South Asia: . The Cultural Geography . Scooby Snacks. Question 1 : What is the population of South Asia and what percentage of the worlds population live here? Answer 1 : Question 2 : What is the capital city of Bangladesh? Answer 2 :

By dandre
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The Maurya and Gupta Empires

The Maurya and Gupta Empires

The Maurya and Gupta Empires. In this lesson, students will be able to identify characteristics of the Maurya and Gupta Empires. Students will be able to identify and/or define the following terms: King Asoka Gupta Empire Golden Age. Do you recognize which modern nation

By otto
(207 views)

Indus River Valley

Indus River Valley

Indus River Valley. Classical Indian Civilization. Began in the Indus River Valley Spread into the Ganges River Valley Then spread through the Indian subcontinent. Geography.

By meg
(145 views)

India’s First Empires

India’s First Empires

India’s First Empires. Mauryan Dynasty. First empire founded by Chandragupta Maurya Indian prince who conquered a large area in the Ganges River United almost all of northern India Founded the Mauryan Dynasty Set up a centralized government – (rulers run everything from a capital city).

By abel
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Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up. 1. In Buddhism, the third noble truth states that in order to rid yourself of suffering and pain, you must also get rid of : a. Anger b. Negative energy c. Selfishness 2 . In the fourth noble truth, Buddha talks about mental discipline. This means you should :

By louisa
(61 views)

The World at 600 CE

The World at 600 CE

The World at 600 CE. A Snapshot. The World Ca 600 CE. The World Ca 600 CE. World Population About 250 Million Americas Virtually Unknown—Except by Americans Major Cultural Hubs Constantinople Ctesiphon—Sassanid Persia (pron. Tesifon) Indus and Ganges Valley

By prince
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AIM : Why was the Gupta Empire known as the “golden age” of India?

AIM : Why was the Gupta Empire known as the “golden age” of India?

AIM : Why was the Gupta Empire known as the “golden age” of India? Do Now : Hinduism and Buddhism – 1,2 HW : Read chapter 4, section 3, fill in worksheet extra credit – Do Kalidasa worksheet 1-4 and Chandragupta Maurya handout 1-3. The Mauryan Empire.

By gratia
(574 views)

Chapter 9 The Expansion of Civilization in Southern Asia

Chapter 9 The Expansion of Civilization in Southern Asia

Chapter 9 The Expansion of Civilization in Southern Asia.

By senwe
(98 views)

Classical India

Classical India

Classical India. Chapter #3 AP World History. Timeline. Key Events- Ancient India. Early River Valley Civilization Approx. 5000BCE River & tributaries are fed by seasonal monsoon rains Like the Nile, Tigris, and Euphrates rivers, the flooding Indus River brought rich soil for agriculture.

By nubia
(344 views)

Indus Valley

Indus Valley

Indus Valley. ~ PBS India Intro. Video ~ (5:23 Minutes). Chapter 7 Pg. 116. Objectives. How did government develop? How did they rise/fall? Discuss major conflicts and the significance of them. What role does religion play? Discuss the impact of the innovations of the period. Vocabulary.

By webb
(149 views)

The Classical Period: Directions, Diversities, and Declines by 500 C.E.

The Classical Period: Directions, Diversities, and Declines by 500 C.E.

5. The Classical Period: Directions, Diversities, and Declines by 500 C.E. The Classical Period: Directions, Diversities, and Declines. Expansion and Integration Beyond the Classical Civilizations Decline in China and India Decline and Fall in Rome The New Religious Map. Chronology.

By brigit
(131 views)

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