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Fourth Course

Fourth Course

Fourth Course. Tea, Chocolate, and the Printing Press: Asia, the Americas, and the First Cookbook, 1300–1500. Fourth Course Timeline. Fourth Course Timeline. Genghis Khan, The Mongols Road horses for transportation Ate horse meat Drank mare’s milk Made Kumiss from fermented cows milk

By RoyLauris
(307 views)

The Islamic Gunpowder Empires 1500-1800

The Islamic Gunpowder Empires 1500-1800

The Islamic Gunpowder Empires 1500-1800. Global Interdependence and Exchange. Trio of Empires. Ottoman Empire (1289-1918) Safavid Empire (1501-1722) Mughal Empire (1523-1739). Islam. Central to nation-state expansion Religion, culture & civilization

By Melvin
(743 views)

AGE OF EXPLORATION

AGE OF EXPLORATION

AGE OF EXPLORATION. Revised and used with permission from and thanks to Nancy Hester, East View HS, Georgetown, Texas. Essential Question : What factors encouraged the European Age of Exploration?. From the 1400s to the 1700s, Europe experienced an “Age of Exploration”.

By Sharon_Dale
(282 views)

Part 1: Buddhism Part 2: Hinduism Theme: How religions adapt and change

Part 1: Buddhism Part 2: Hinduism Theme: How religions adapt and change

Part 1: Buddhism Part 2: Hinduism Theme: How religions adapt and change. Lesson 13. Part 1: Buddhism . Lesson 13. ID & SIG. Buddhism in China, Buddhism in India, Chan Buddhism, dharma, Dunhuang, Four Noble Truths, Mahayana Buddhism, nirvana, Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha) .

By issac
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The Byzantine Empire and Russia

The Byzantine Empire and Russia

The Byzantine Empire and Russia. The Byzantine Empire. Objectives Identify the factors that contributed to the growth & strength of the Byzantine Empire Explain how the Christian church came to be divided Analyze the cultural contributions made by the Byzantines

By liam
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Greek Colonization and Migration

Greek Colonization and Migration

Greek Colonization and Migration. Why Colonization?. The lack of natural resources in Greece lack of metals (tin, copper, sliver) timber food (grains and fish) fights between Greek states looking for good agricultural lands expanding trade routes Persian Empire

By Audrey
(297 views)

Neolithic Revolution

Neolithic Revolution

Neolithic Revolution. About 10,000 years ago People changed from nomadic hunting & gathering to growing food Cause: people learned how to grow food & domesticate animals Effect: Permanent homes & villages in River Valleys, Social classes emerged.

By Anita
(266 views)

G h a n a B u i l d s A n E m p i r e

G h a n a B u i l d s A n E m p i r e

G h a n a B u i l d s A n E m p i r e. By Claire DeMarco, Dacoda Strack, and Ryan Sanchez. Expansion Of The Empire Notes. Ghana was in control of West Africa’s trade routes in 800 Kings used their great wealth to build a powerful army Conquered many trade center neighbors

By waverly
(468 views)

What was the Renaissance?

What was the Renaissance?

What was the Renaissance?. What was the Renaissance, and where did it begin?. Italy Italian Cities Urban Societies Major Trading Centers Secular Moved away from life in the church Focuses more on material objects and enjoying life. The Renaissance was a time of renewal

By cale
(225 views)

AFRICAN CULTURE

AFRICAN CULTURE

AFRICAN CULTURE. Unit 3. African Civilizations 1500 BC-AD 700. Africa spreads across the equator. It includes a broad range of Earth’s environments-from coastal plains to mountains. Some parts of Africa suffer from constant drought, while others receive over 200 inches of rain a year!

By tomasso
(742 views)

APUSH Chapter 1

APUSH Chapter 1

APUSH Chapter 1. New World Beginnings. Pre-Columbian time period. First Americans came from Asia Crossed the Bering Strait during the Ice Age Following a food source Gradual migration. Culture area. CULTURE AREAS OF NATIVE AMERICANS. CULTURAL CLASHES. WHITE EUROPEANS

By atara
(409 views)

South Asia

South Asia

South Asia. EU and Morocco Review of North Africa & SW Asia Questions South Asia Scope and Features Major Qualities. THE REALM. Five Regions India Pakistan Bangladesh Mountainous North Southern Islands. Major Geographic Qualities of South Asia. Well defined physiographically

By justin
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Unit 2: Connecting Hemispheres 500-1800

Unit 2: Connecting Hemispheres 500-1800

Unit 2: Connecting Hemispheres 500-1800. What do you know about the Early Americas? (Mayan, Aztecs, Incas and American Indians). What do you know about the Spanish colonization of South America?. KWL Chart. Now we will take a look at the chart on the side of the class.

By jeneil
(327 views)

History and Geography: The Foundations of Cultural Understanding

History and Geography: The Foundations of Cultural Understanding

History and Geography: The Foundations of Cultural Understanding. Agenda. The Importance of Geography in Global Marketing The Importance of History in Global Marketing. Geography. Climate and Topology Social Responsibility and Environmental Management Resources Population Trends

By ron
(487 views)

Trade Routes established by 600 C.E.

Trade Routes established by 600 C.E.

Trade Routes established by 600 C.E. Source: Freemanpedia Website – see link on Livebinder. You must be able to: Locate them on a map List empires that are connected to each other via these trade routes

By faith
(415 views)

Phase 3 of Peloponnesian War

Phase 3 of Peloponnesian War

Phase 3 of Peloponnesian War. 412BC - 404BC. Review of Phase 2. Who was the Athenian leader that became a traitor to the Athenians? Where were the Athenians hoping to capture in 412BC? What happened to the Athenian fleet off the coast of Sicily?. Phase 3.

By van
(450 views)

Essential Knowledge

Essential Knowledge

Essential Knowledge. Day 5: Byzantine Empire and Islam. Byzantine Emperor Justinian. Codification of Roman law (impact on European legal codes) Reconquest of former Roman territories Expansion of trade. Byzantine achievements in art and architecture.

By lindley
(259 views)

Expansion and Intensification of Communication and Exchange Networks

Expansion and Intensification of Communication and Exchange Networks

Expansion and Intensification of Communication and Exchange Networks. Key Concept 3.1. Trade. Improved transportation technologies and commercial practices led to an increased volume of trade, and expanded the geographical range of existing and newly active trade networks .

By xena
(536 views)

Chapter 16 – The Age of Exploration

Chapter 16 – The Age of Exploration

Chapter 16 – The Age of Exploration. Section Notes. Video. Great Voyages of Discovery The Columbian Exchange Origins of Capitalism. The Columbian Exchange. Maps. European Exploration Mapping New Worlds The Columbian Exchange World Trade Patterns, 1500-1800 Assessment Map.

By dirk
(413 views)

Europeans Come to America

Europeans Come to America

DISCOVERY OF A NEW WORLD. Europeans Come to America. CULTURAL CLASHES. WHITE EUROPEANS Used the land for economic needs Clearing the land, destroying hunting areas and fencing it off into private property Divided the land and selling it for monetary value. NATIVE AMERICANS

By cassia
(133 views)

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