Upgrade to remove ads
AP World Vocabulary Oct. 26-31
Terms in this set (18)
(1368-1644) empire based in China that Yuan-zhang established after the overthrow of Yuan Empire. emperor Yongle sponsored the building of the Forbidden City and the voyages of Zheng He. the later years of saw a slowdown in technological development and economic decline.
the third emperor of the ming empire (r.1403-1424) he sponsored the building of the Forbidden City , a huge encyclopedia project, the expeditions of zheng he and the reopening of china's borders to trade and travel.
(1392-1910) dynasty that ruled Korea far from the fall of the Koryo Kingdom to colonization of Korea by japan
the "divine wind" which the japanese credited with blowing Mongol invades away from their shores in 1281
(1336-1573) the second of japan's military governments headed by a shogun. sometimes called the Muromachi Shogunate
equitorial region between the tropic of cancer and the tropic of capricorn. characterized by a generally warm or hot temperatures year round, though much variation exists due to altitudes and other factors. temperature zones north and south of the tropics generally have a winter season
season winds in the Indian ocean caused by the difference in temperature between the rapidly heating and cooling landmasses of Africa and Asia and the slowly changing ocean waters. These strong and predictable winds have long been ridden across the open sea by sailors and the large amounts of rainfall that they deposit on parts of India, southeast Asia and china allow for the cultivation of several crops a year
(1206-1526) centralized Indian empire of varying extent created by Muslim invaders
empire created by indigenous Muslims in western Sudan of west Africa from the thirteenth to the fifteenth century. famous for its role in the trans Saharan gold trade
Mansa Kankan Musa
ruler of Mali (r.1312-1337) pilgrimage through Egypt to mecca in 1324-1325 established the empires reputation for wealth in the Mediterranean world
region of western India famous fro trade and manufacturing, the inhabitants are called Gujaratis
characteristic cargo and passenger ships of the arabian sea
east african shores of the indian ocean between the horn of africa and the zambezi river from the arabic word sawahil
city, now in ruins, whose many stone structures were built between about 1250 and 1450 when it was a trading center and the capital of a very large state
port city in the modern south Arabian country of Yemen. has been a major trading center in the Indian ocean since ancient times
port city in modern southeast Asian country of Malaysia, founded about 1400 as a trading center on the strait of Malacca, also spelled Malaka
a Persian influenced literary form of Hindi written in Arabic characters and used as a literary language since the 1300's
city on the Niger river in the modern city of Mali, founded by the Tuareg as a seasonal camp sometime after 1000. as a part of the Mali empire, it became a major terminus of the trans-Saharan trade and a center of Islamic learning.
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
AP World History Vocabulary: Persia and Greece
AP World History Vocabulary Unit 6
AP World History Chapter 14
AP World History Unit 2 Test Review
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
AP World History Chapter 13- Vocabulary Terms
ap world history chapter 13 key terms
AP World History Vocab Chapter 13
AP World History Chapter 9 Vocab
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
Vocabulaire de Cinéphile 1
Business Law Final
AP World Vocab DEC 4. 2015
AP World History Vocabulary Nov. 9-14