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Vocab 12.3

TermDefinition
Globalization Increasing interdependence of nations and peoples across the globe.
Enlightenment Intellectual movement that took place in Europe
Muslims People who practice the religion Islam, which is a monotheistic religion based on the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad.
Islam Largest religions in the world, is a monotheistic religion based on the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad.
Christianity A monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, a Jew who lived in the land of Israel.
Mongol Empire Central Asian people who inhabited a highland region in current-day Mongolia and northern China.
Age of Exploration Age of Discovery, and Europeans began exploring other parts of the world.
Roman Empire The ancient Roman Republic unified Italy around its capital in Rome, establishing a form of representative government.
Silk Road A system of caravan tracts that connected ancient China to civilizations to the west.
Transatlantic Slave Trade The forced migration of millions of captured and enslaved people from Africa to the Americas
Slavery A type of forced labor in which the worker is considered property that can be bought and sold.
Discrimination Treating people unfairly or unequally because of characteristics such as race, age, nation of origin, or religion
Unemployment Not having a job
Drought A shortage of rainfall in a region may cause dry conditions.
Famine Extreme shortage of food that affects a large portion of the population of a particular region or country.
Created by: Jimin Hong
 

 



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