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WHI.11 (2015)

Asian Empires

TermDefinition
Silk Road a trade route that extended from Asia to the Mediterranean basin
Maritime routes a major water-based trade route that connected Asia, India, the South Pacific islands, the Middle East and East Africa through the Indian Ocean
Trans-Saharan routes a land-based trade route that connected African Empires from North, West and East Africa.
Southeast Asia routes a water-based trade route that connected Asian countries through the South China Sea.
archipelago a chain of islands
proximity near in space, time or relationship
Shintoism the national Japanese religion based on nature and ancestor worship that coexisted with Buddhism
coexistence to live peacefully/ in harmony with despite being different
Mongols an Asian tribe of nomadic herders who became an empire after invading Russia, China and Muslim states in Southwest Asia
Genghis Khan the leader of Mongols that advanced his tribe into an Empire through conquest.
Golden Horde a Mongol group that overran eastern Europe during the 13th century. This group lead to the beginning of Russian Empire
Created by: catherine_pace