"Great" Persian ruler who briefly controlled northeaster India around 500 BCE
Dynasty that ruled the first great Indian Empire
Rulers who controlled India during a "golden age" from 320 C.E. to about 550 C.E.
Vishun, Brahma, Shiva
Three gods of the Hindu trinity
Essential advancement in mathematics invented in India, concept of 0
Sacred mounds said to contain remians of the Buddha
Group that opposed Buddhism in India
The road to enlightenment, according to the Buddha
Two major schools that Buddhism split into
Original inhabitants of North Africa, fiercely independent desert dwellers
West African farmers and herders who spread widely south and east between 500 BCE and 1500 CE
Great Mali ruler who gave away vast amounts of gold on his hajj to Mecca
North African traveler and historian who wrote in detail about his journeys throu Islamic Africa in the 1300s
Famous Mali trading city and center of Musli learning
Earliest kingdom of the wester Sudan, it flourished from the 700s to the mid-100s
Kingdom that controlled much of western Africa from the 1200s until about 1500
West African empire that flourished in the 1400s and 1500s, overthrown by Moroccans in 1591
Capital of the Ancient Nubian Kingdom of Kush, and an important African iron-making center
Civil Service Exams
Method of choosing government officials which originated in China during the 6th century; helped to strengthen administrative rule of China
Han Dynasty was founded by this person in 200 BCE that lasted for over 400 years
People killed by the thousands by China's "first emperor" who united China, he also banned many schools of thought & instituted Legalism during the Qin Dynasty
Han warrior emperor who greatly expanded the empire
The "First Emperor" who unified China during the Qin Dynasty, terra cotta army, Great Wall, Legalism
Founder of the pilosophy of Daoism
According to Confucious, this was a son or daughter's most important duty
Written collection of the sayings of Confucius
Policy toward conquered people promoted byt the Han and Roman Empires
Political state established in Persia in the 13th century, considered a part of the Mongol Empire
Genghis Khan's birth name
Name of the Mongol dynasty in China
Chief builder of the Mughal empire, the founder's grandson, called "the great"
Timur the Lame/Tamerlane
Warrior leader from Central Asia whose army destroyed Delhi in 1398
Capital of the Islamic Sultanate that ruled much of northern India from 1206 to 1526
Founder of the Mughal Empire in 1526
Abbas the Great
Most outstanding Safavid ruler
Wester attacks against the medieval Islamic Eljuk Empire in Palestine
The Mongols crushed the remnants of this Central Asian state in the 13th century
Teenage ruler who established the Safavid Empire
Non-Muslim religious communities in the Ottoman Empire
The grade you'll earn tomorrow on your AP World History exam =D
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