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Unit 1 review

The world in 1500

Spanned Southeast Europe/the Balkans,North Africa,Southwest Asia, and Central Asia in 1500 Ottoman Empire
dominant mainland empire/nation of Eat Asia in 1500 China
powerful archipelago of East Asia in 1500 Japan
large West African Empire in 1500 Songhai Empire
Chinese exports in 1500 Paper,silk,porcelain & compass
Indian exports in 1500 textiles,Indian/Arabic numerals
Ottoman/Middle Eastern exports in 1500 astronomy,mathematics,coffee,ceramic & medicine
religion of the Ottoman,Persian,and Mughal rules Islam
religion of the citizan of Mughal India Hinduism
trade goods of Souther India Textiles,spices & gems
Primary Prophet of Islam Muhammad
holy text of Islam/Muslims Quran/Koran
Fundamental rules of the Islamic faith 5 Pillars
Holiest cities of the Islamic religion-birthplace of Islam and sanctuary city of Muhammad Mecca & Medina
Buddhims was founded on his teachings Siddharta Gautama
Indian emperor who spread Buddhist teachings with stupas and missionaries Asoka
way by which Buddhists achieve Enlightenment Four noble Truths & Eightfold Path
belief that there are many forms/manifestations of one God Hindu Monism
knowledge that all thoughts and actions result in future consequences during the next life Karma
Hindu belief in rebirth based upon karma Reincarnation
Trade route connecting East Asia to Europe through Ottoman controlled lands Silk road/routes
North African caravan trade routes Trans-Saharan routes
Maritime routes connecting China to places like Vietnam and Indonesia South China Sea and Southeast Asian Routes
Maritime trade routes connecting India (the Mughals & Southern Asa) with Southeast Asia,Indonesia / sometimes Africa Indian Ocean Routes
holy books of the Hindu faith Vedas
Hierarchical system of religious and social segregation which organized Hindu society Caste system
belief in one god monotheism
belief in many gods Polytheism
first major monotheistic religion in the world Judaism
The religious text of the Jews & the Old Testament of Christians Torah
Foundational code of conduct of Jews revealed by Moses in the Torah Ten Commandments
religious offshoot of Judaism Christianity
religious text of christianity containing the old and new testament Bible
The messiah,savior, and son of God for Christian-basis of New Testament Jesus
of the five themes of geography- designates where a place is by description or coordinate Location
of the five themes of geography-describes the unique physical and human features of a small geographic area Place
of the five themes of geography-describes the physical and human characteristics that unify a large geographical area Region
of the five themes of geography-describes how and where ideas, people, and diseases diffuse Movement
of the five themes of geography-describes the interactions between people and the natural world People-environment interactions
Created by: Lauraarboleda