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World Association 1

Global I World Association

TermDefinition
Primary Source Autobiography, Journal/diary, first hand, eyewitness
Political Scientist Government
Geography Mountains, Rivers, Climate, Environment
Economist Money, Trade, Production
Archaeologist Artifact
Traditional Economy Barter, Subsistence, Same Occupation as Parents
Peninsula Italy, India, Saudi Arabia, Korea
Archipelago Japan, Philippines
Before Neolithic Revolution Nomads, Hunter-gatherer
Neolithic Revolution River Valleys, Farming, Domestication, Civilization
Hammurabi's Code Eye for an eye
Indus Valley Civilization (Harappans) urban planning
Judaism Monotheism, Ten Commandments
Monotheism Judaism, Christianity, Islam
Phoenicians Trade, Cultural Diffusion
Mauryan Empire India, Religious Toleration
Gupta Empire Golden Age, India, Math and Science
Hinduism Karma, Dharma, Reincarnation, Caste System
Buddhism Four Noble Truths, Eightfold Path, Nirvana, Reincarnation, end suffering, eliminate desire
Confucius Social Order, Filial Piety, Five Relationships, Reciprocity, Civil Service Exams
Daoism Nature
Qin Dynasty Legalism, Great Wall
Han Dynasty Silk Road
Athens Democracy, Golden Age
Sparta Military
Alexander the Great Hellenistic, cultural diffusion
Rome roads, government, law
Fall of the Roman Empire chaos and disorder
Christianity monotheism, Ten Commandments
Islam montheism, Five Pillars, mosque, Mecca, Quran
Golden Age of Islam math and science
Ancient Africa (Ghana, Mali, etc) gold and salt
Mansa Musa Golden Age, Mecca, Islam
Tang and Song Dynasties Golden Age
Animism nature
Shinto nature
Terrace Farming mountains, adapting to environment
feudalism no strong central government
Byzantine Empire Eastern 1/2 of Rome, preserves Greek and Roman Culture
Manor self-sufficient
Magna Carta Limits power of the monarch, limits royal power
Aztec Mexico, chinampas, conquistadors
Inca South America, mountains, Andes, roads, terrace farming, conquistadors
Renaissance rebirth, humanism
Venice strategic location for trade
Machiavelli "ends justify the means"
Gutenberg printing press
Protestant Reformation Martin Luther, indulgences, 95 theses
Causes of Age of Exploration Spice Trade, caravel, astrolabe
Magellan circumnavigation
Mecantilism money, power=wealth, favorable balance of trade
Encomienda System forced labor
Age of Absolutism strong central government, absolute monarchs, divine right
Peter the Great Westernize Russia, warm-water ports
Glorious Revolution Limit the power of the monarch
John Locke democracy, natural rights, people have right to overthrow government
Constantinople Strategic Location for Trade
Akbar religious tolerance
Suleiman absolute ruler
Tokugawa Isolates Japan
Created by: mrfordglobal