AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 6 Vocabulary
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city in Southern Nubia that was the center of Nubian Civilization between 300 B.C.E. and 100 C.E.
classical-era kingdom of East Africa that is in present-day Eritrea and North Ethiopia. Flourished from 100-600 C.E.
an ancient Kushite king and founder of the 25th Dynasty in Egypt. Ruled from 744-714 B.C.E. Ruled from Napata in Nubia, modern-day Sudan
Niger Valley Civilization
distinctive city-based civilization. Flourished between 300 B.C.E. to 900 C.E. in flood plains of Niger. Includes major city Jenne-Jeno. Lack of central state structure. Organized in clusters of economically specialized settlements
major classical civilization of Mesoamerica. Flourished from 250-900 C.E. Present-day Mexico
largest city of pre-Columbian America. Seemingly built to a plan in Mexico. Population: 100-200 thousand. Flourished 300-600 C.E. Name is aztec for, "City of the Gods"
Andean town, a center of large Peruvian religious movement. 900-200 B.C.E.
an important regional civilization of Peru. Governed by warrior-priests. Flourished between 100 and 800 C.E.
Wari and Tiwanaku
A political empire that emerged around 600 C.E. in the central highlands of Peru. Thought to have been derived from Tiwanaku culture
gradual migration of Bantu-speaking people from homeland in present-day South Nigeria and Cameroon into most of Eastern and Southern Africa. Began about 3000 B.C.E. Agriculture and Ironworks gave advantage over Paleolithic people
major process of settlement and social organization from 680-1130 C.E. in current Northwest New Mexico. Society is notable for its settlement in large pueblos and building hundreds of miles of road
members of any number of cultures that developed east of Mississippi River. Distinguished by large earthen mounds built during 200 B.C.E.-1250 C.E.
the dominant center of an important Mississippi valley mound-building culture. Flourished around 900-1250 C.E.