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Chapter 5 Review for Midterm

This, along with the other quizlets are reviews, not exactly everything tested on.
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Planters
Northern Chinese people settling in the South to spread culture
Integration
Rome-12 tablets, Chinese-planters, Confucianism, India-Hinduism
Kush
Upper Nile people, conquer Egypt, conquered by Axium, similar culture to Egypt
North Africa
South of Sahara/North of jungles, well organized farming villages
Japan
immigrate from Korea/China, Shinto, ancestral tribes
Teutonic/Celtic people
Germany, England, and Scandinavia, loosely organized, advance in sailing, polytheistic/animistic religion
Slavic people
Eastern Europe, loosely organized, polytheistic/animistic religion
Olmec
Agriculture based, central america, spawns Mayan civilization
Fiji Samoa
Polynesian people reach there
Invasion, weak leaders/corruption, cultural decline and disease
signs of decline
Chinese decline
Nomadic invasions, government corruption, increased taxes, revolts, diseases, went to regional government for 400 years till Sui dynasy established control
Indian decline
Nomadic invasions, Islam introduced, Gupta Empire falls
Fall/Decline of Rome
Review DBQ. Cultural decline, corruption, disease, invasions, Germanic mercenaries, decreased trade, economic decline
Diocletion/Constantine
tried reversing the decline with bureaucracy
Emperor Justinian
tries to restore Roman Empire, issues Justinian Code
Partinian and Sassanids
Tigris-Euphrates region empires
Coptic Church
Christian church in Egypt
Safety Blanket
Converting monotheistic people consider it as for the spiritual afterlife
Change from personal religion to evangelistic
Mahayana Buddhism, Buddhist monks spreading, include bodhiistas, emphasis on Buddha
Zen
Japanese Buddhism
Opposition to Buddhism
Confucians call them traitors, Taoists improve organization
Paul, organization, muddled, "il papa", missionary activity
Christianity
Rome
Place of head of church affairs
Monasticism
Benedict
Barbarians
had beards and pants, weren't roman, foreigners