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Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The Mauryan Empire Regional Kingdoms Map: Mauryan and Gupta Empires The Gupta Empire

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The Mauryan Empire Regional Kingdoms Map: Mauryan and Gupta Empires The Gupta Empire

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus The Mauryan Empire Regional Kingdoms Map: Mauryan and Gupta Empires The Gupta Empire. Indian Dynasities. Early Indian Empires. Main Idea

By connley
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“INFORMAL ” IMPERIALISM

“INFORMAL ” IMPERIALISM

“INFORMAL ” IMPERIALISM. INTRODUCTION. Even in areas where European powers did not establish direct rule, they often dominated an area’s economy

By zola
(127 views)

Imperialism

Imperialism

Imperialism. Stronger/more powerful nations overtaking weaker ones. What is it?. 1700s. Industrial Revolution – need more resources!! Power hungry – show industrial/military strength Advances in transportation and communication – easier to control New economic and political power. Why?.

By soyala
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Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt. Mrs. Hartung. What do you know about Ancient Egypt?. Egypt was different from Sumer. Egypt was a land of cultural, ethnic, and racial diversity throughout its 3,000 year history. What was the most important geographic feature for Ancient Egypt?. Nile River.

By patsy
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MONGOLS AS RULERS in 13 th Century Eurasia

MONGOLS AS RULERS in 13 th Century Eurasia

MONGOLS AS RULERS in 13 th Century Eurasia. IN PERSIA. POL – High positions to Mongols Low level administrators were Persians ECO - Did not support agriculture Encouraged trade RELIG - At first tolerated all then converted to Islam. Persia.

By ringo
(115 views)

Warm-up 11/8/2011

Warm-up 11/8/2011

Warm-up 11/8/2011. Using your prior knowledge make list of countries that you believe the United states has intervened in militarily. What are some of the reasons as to why the United States would enter another country?. The List.

By aelwen
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Imperialism

Imperialism

Ms. Vegliante ; World History II. Imperialism. What is Imperialism?. The domination by one country of the political, economic, and cultural life of another country or region. . How did Imperialism come to be?. Dear Industrial Revolution,

By saddam
(180 views)

OLD KINGDOM

OLD KINGDOM

OLD KINGDOM. Time: 2650 BC – 2150 BC # of dynasties 4 Accomplishments: Pyramid building Strong Central Government Strong Economy Stronger Arts. 1 st ILLNESS. Time: 2150 BC – 2040 BC # of dynasties: 4 Reasons for collapse of Old Kingdom:

By sabin
(133 views)

European Imperialism in the Middle East and Africa

European Imperialism in the Middle East and Africa

European Imperialism in the Middle East and Africa. The Congresses of Vienna and Berlin prevented a major European war until 1914. . . . but did not prevent wars of imperial conquest. Russia determined to take over land from Ottoman Empire.

By kirk
(146 views)

Effects of Historical Globalization

Effects of Historical Globalization

Effects of Historical Globalization. Should people in Canada respond to the legacies of historical globalization?.

By andren
(271 views)

Western Christendom

Western Christendom

Western Christendom. Rebuilding in the Wake of Roman Collapse Pages 434- 438 By Rebecca Delacruz-Gunderson, Adam Iyob , Fran Querdasi , and Chloe McNutt. Post-Rome in Western Europe.

By blithe
(362 views)

Chapter 20 – The Muslim Empires

Chapter 20 – The Muslim Empires

Chapter 20 – The Muslim Empires. The Rise & Spread of the Ottoman Turks The Safavid Empire The Mughal Empire. The Ottoman Capital -- Constantinople. Anatolian Peninsula – between the Black Sea and Mediterranean. Gunpowder Empires . Refers to Ottomans, Safavid, and Mughal Empires

By elgin
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Africa and the Africans: Age of Atlantic Slave Trade

Africa and the Africans: Age of Atlantic Slave Trade

Africa and the Africans: Age of Atlantic Slave Trade. Ch 20. I. Introduction. Slavery was a common practice throughout ancient times into the modern era. Slaves consisted of people from conquered territories or POWs Slavery was also result of debt Slavery in Africa Between r ival tribes

By latika
(126 views)

Cambodia An Introduction

Cambodia An Introduction

Cambodia An Introduction. S E Asia. Cambodia is in South-East Asia It shares borders with: Thailand Laos Vietnam To the south is the Gulf of Thailand It lies within the Tropics, north of the Equator. Its capital city is Phnom Penh, the most populous city in the country

By monet
(157 views)

Africa and the Slave Trade

Africa and the Slave Trade

Africa and the Slave Trade. Chapter 21. Colonial Set-up. Portuguese first travel the African coast because… Wanted to skirt the Ottomans, who were becoming powerful. Needed to new gold source to fix imbalance with Asia. While on their explorations, Portugal sets up plantations on…

By fola
(112 views)

Gujarat

Gujarat

Gujarat. Shaishav Child Rights. Gujarat. Gujarat is: One of the richest and most industrialised states in India A manufacturing hub, producing a number of items on a large scale

By tierra
(373 views)

Chapter 21 – The Muslim Empires

Chapter 21 – The Muslim Empires

Chapter 21 – The Muslim Empires. The Rise & Spread of the Ottoman Turks The Safavid Empire The Mughal Empire. The Ottoman Capital -- Constantinople. Anatolian Peninsula – between the Black Sea and Mediterranean. Gunpowder Empires . Refers to Ottomans, Safavid, and Mughal Empires

By paxton
(157 views)

THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE. 1300-1700 *Located in Asia Minor. BYZANTIUM RENAMED. Byzantium  Greek city-state renamed Constantinople in 330 A.D. – location amazing for trade! Became capital city of Byzantine Empire – trade continued, cultural diffusion was immense. CRUSADERS & TURKS FIGHT.

By donat
(148 views)

Feudalism in Europe

Feudalism in Europe

Feudalism in Europe . The Vikings Invade from the North . From 800-1000 invasions destroyed the Carolingian Empire. Muslim invaders from the south seized Sicily and raided Italy Magyar invaders struck from the East Vikings invaded from the North.

By teagan
(149 views)

Industrialization of Russia and Japan

Industrialization of Russia and Japan

Industrialization of Russia and Japan . Ch apter 27. I. Introduction. Russia and Japan lagged behind most of Europe Russia gained ground due to large population Japan gained ground due to ability to imitate while maintaining identity. II. Russia.

By seamus
(110 views)

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