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The Mongols

The Mongols

The Mongols. Mongolian Culture. Horseback nomads Rough existence → familiarity with struggle, violence, strength over obstacles Not many creature comforts No castles, no agriculture, no books, no giant public works Clan groups

By laurel
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East vs. West – The Strategic Challenge of the 21 st Century

East vs. West – The Strategic Challenge of the 21 st Century

East vs. West The Strategic Challenge of the 21 st Century. East vs. West – The Strategic Challenge of the 21 st Century. Col Chet Richards, USAFR October 1995. Revision 1.2. The tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao. The name that can be named is not the eternal Name.

By keiki
(109 views)

Ancient China Unit 2

Ancient China Unit 2

Ancient China Unit 2. Mr. Hardy RMS IB Middle School 2012-2013. Geography. Huang He- Yellow River Chang Jiang- Yangtze River Very fertile area Gobi Desert, Himalaya Mtn. Range- isolated the people of China . Shang Dynasty. Farming society Ruled by Wealthy

By miya
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Country Profile: Turkey

Country Profile: Turkey

Country Profile: Turkey. By Jason Russell. Backgrounder in Geography. Turkey is located on the Anatolian Peninsula The political capital of Turkey is Ankara The largest city & cultural hub is Istanbul

By Anita
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Ch 12 Mongols Big Picture Questions

Ch 12 Mongols Big Picture Questions

Ch 12 Mongols Big Picture Questions. What accounts for the often negative attitudes of settled societies toward the pastoral peoples living on their borders?

By ananda
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The Crusades, Mongols, and the Black Plague

The Crusades, Mongols, and the Black Plague

The Crusades, Mongols, and the Black Plague. SOL WHI 12b, c. Essential Questions. What were the key events and effects of the Crusades? What were the effects of the Mongol invasions? What were the effects of the Ottoman invasions of Europe?. Crusades. Effects of Crusades.

By whitby
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The Mongols

The Mongols

The Mongols. Where are the Mongols from?. North of China Steppe: Plateaus Big differences in Temperature (- 57 to 96 F). Early Mongols. Nomads Horseback riders Small clans. Mongols Unite. Around 1200 ad the Mongols clans were united by one leader named Temujin

By isi
(296 views)

Islam

Islam

Doctrine and Beginnings. Islam. Overview. Newest of three monotheistic religions Fastest growing Aggressive in recruitment Indonesia has most Saudi A., Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Turkey ≈ 100%. Pre- islam. Idol-worship and Jews in Mid East Controlled by Quraysh tribe Nomadic people

By tokala
(142 views)

Chapter 18 – The Rise of Russia

Chapter 18 – The Rise of Russia

Chapter 18 – The Rise of Russia. Moscow – capital of Russia; the “3 rd Rome” took the lead in liberating Russia from the Mongols in the 14 th c.

By danil
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World History: The Earth and its Peoples

World History: The Earth and its Peoples

World History: The Earth and its Peoples. Chapter 12 Western Eurasia, 1200 - 1500 C.E. Objectives. Be able to account for the magnitude and speed of the Mongol conquests. Be able to describe the benefits that resulted from the integration of Eurasia in the Mongol Empire.

By cale
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Chapter 15 The West and the Changing Balance of Power

Chapter 15 The West and the Changing Balance of Power

Chapter 15 The West and the Changing Balance of Power. A World in Transition (#1). Two events signaled a profound transition in the balance of world power by the year 1400: 1) The downfall of the last Arab caliphate in 1258. The Arabs had been a source of stability for over 600 years.

By noleta
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Ch 20: The Muslim Empires

Ch 20: The Muslim Empires

Ch 20: The Muslim Empires. The Ottomans. Seljuk Turkic kingdom collapsed after Mongol invasions in 1243, Ottomans took advantage of Seljuk weakness Ottomans expanded from Anatolia into Europe & Middle East in 1350s (see pg 452)

By debbie
(162 views)

China

China

China. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…. Geographic Barriers. Most isolated of ERVCs Chinese called their country the Middle Kingdom (the center of the earth). Protected on all sides: North  Gobi Desert South  deserts & jungles East  ocean Southwest  Himalaya Mountains.

By cadee
(116 views)

Mongols and Nomadic Invaders

Mongols and Nomadic Invaders

Mongols and Nomadic Invaders. Chandler Clark. Theme 1: Interaction Between Humans and their Environment. Mongols rode tough little ponies to round up herds, hunt, and make war Very mobile (followed herds of animals from pasture to pasture, nomadic)

By connie
(186 views)

Russian History

Russian History

Russian History. Kiev an Rus 800’s. Kiev -important trading center Kiev’s early rulers were Scandinavian traders (Vikings) called Rus The people of this region were called the Slavs. Kremlin. Trade centers >> cities Built a fort in Moscow called the Kremlin

By darius
(139 views)

Unit 3 AP World Jeopardy

Unit 3 AP World Jeopardy

Unit 3 AP World Jeopardy . Christopher. Is . Jerk. Columbus. a. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 5. 5. 5. 5. 5. OG for 1. Narratives such as Marco Polo's created a European a. isolationist mentality. b. image of Mongol poverty. c.

By haines
(174 views)

Ch. 10: The Byzantine Empire and Russia

Ch. 10: The Byzantine Empire and Russia

Ch. 10: The Byzantine Empire and Russia. Benchmarks: Christian and Islamic influences; Interactions and exchanges; Mongols. Byzantine Empire at its largest. Byzantine Christianity Hagia Sophia Cathedral. 2 Christian Churches: Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox.

By danno
(148 views)

Russia, Part 1

Russia, Part 1

Russia, Part 1. Beginnings to 17 th Century. The Beginning of Rus. Slavs 862 – Rurik, a local chieftain establishes Rus centered at Novogrod 882 – Oleg adds Kiev to Rus 989 – Prince Vladimir I chooses Byzantine Orthodox Christianity as state religion. Invasions. Mongols

By steffi
(130 views)

China Limits & Resists Outside Influence

China Limits & Resists Outside Influence

China Limits & Resists Outside Influence. Remember that there are often 2 or more ways to spell Chinese words. Wade-Giles . Pinyin. Peking Emperor Yongle (Chu Ti) Cheng Ho Emperor Ch’ien-lung Empress Ts’u Hsi. Beijing Zhu Di Zheng He Qian Long Cixi. Defeat of the Mongols.

By helia
(121 views)

NoteSheet 11.2

NoteSheet 11.2

NoteSheet 11.2. The Russian Empire (pg. 307). 1. Who were the Vikings and how do they affect the Russian People?. People who migrated from the North Small bands of adventures Called Rus (this is where we get Russia) Settled with the Slavs

By peggy
(62 views)

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