World History Chapter 7
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What was the ancient language of India called?
Who is the great god of Hinduism?
Belief that a man's soul passes through many states (or rebirths) before it escapes the physical world
What is the "wheel of life"?
Which of India's empires was the most prosperous?
A career in government
What was the goal of a learned chinese man?
What chinese teacher taught the importance of maintaining harmony and order in society by developing proper relationships?
Changed it from a clan government to a centralized government headed by the emperor
How did the Taika Reform change Japan?
What are samurai?
Who was the greatest Mongol conqueror and founder of Mongol dominance?
The growth of what city weakened the Golden Horde in Russia?
The Kingdom of Askum
To whom did the kingdom of Kush fall?
Where did Mansa Musa rule?
What language dominated the East African city-states?
What was the forest kingdom of Benin best known for?
As African trade transitioned from caravans to ships at port, which new trade opened?
What is the dominant religion in India?
What are the rigid social divisions of India called?
What civilization invented moveable type?
Japanese for "Great General"
What does "shogun" mean?
What is the capital of Mali?
Who was the Syrian Christian known as the Apostle to the Abyssinians?
Marriage of a man to more than one woman
What is polygamy?
Who established the Mauryan Empire?
Who was the 1 st Japanese emperor?
Who was the greatest Mughal ruler and Babur's grandson?
Who conquered Russia and was the ruler of the Golden Horde?
Who conquered China and established the Yuan dynasty?
Who made Buddhism the favored religion of Japan?
What Indian ruler promoted Buddhism?
Who was the Grand Prince of Moscow?
Who was the first shogun?
What cruel Mongolian ruler destroyed Delhi?
What group believe all religions to be equally true and equally false?
After the fall of Constantinople in 1453, what city became known as the Third Rome?
Describe the basic teachings of Hinduism and Buddhism. Explain how they believe man can
obtain peace and how this differs from Biblical teaching.