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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Tikal
Teotihuacan
"Semi-sedentary"
Pueblo
Major Maya city, with a population of perhaps 50,000 people.
The largest city of pre-Columbian America, with a population…
Term frequently used to describe the peoples of the eastern w…
"Great house", a large, apartment building-like structure tha…
Tikal
Major Maya city, with a population of perhaps 50,000 people.
Teotihuacan
The largest city of pre-Columbian America, with a population…
22 terms
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
Chapter 6 AP World History "Ways of the World"
Where was the majority of the populati…
What is the reason for the lack of pas…
What is the reason for less productive…
What is Bantu?
Eurasia
Absence of domestic animals
No draft animals to pull plow
movement of peoples generated some 400 distinct but closely r…
Where was the majority of the populati…
Eurasia
What is the reason for the lack of pas…
Absence of domestic animals
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
32 terms
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wu Di
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wu Di
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
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Ways of the World Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Wu, Empress
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 6 Margin Questions
How would you describe the social hier…
What class conflicts disrupted Chinese…
What set of ideas underlies India's ca…
What is the difference between varna a…
Elite of Officials: world's first professional civil service;…
Wang Mang usurped the emperor's throne in 8 CE; launched seri…
- religious and cultural traditions ... - grew out of the intera…
- Varna Theory - the four segments were formed from the body…
How would you describe the social hier…
Elite of Officials: world's first professional civil service;…
What class conflicts disrupted Chinese…
Wang Mang usurped the emperor's throne in 8 CE; launched seri…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
22 terms
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
The "Three obediences"
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
In Chinese Confucian thought, the notion that a woman is perm…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Empress Wu
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
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AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 1
Venus Figurines
Trance Dance
Shaman
Paleolithic "settling down"
Paleolithic carvings of female form, often with exaggerated b…
In San culture, a nightlong ritual held to activate a human b…
In early societies, a person believed to have the ability to…
The process by which some Paleolithic peoples moved toward pe…
Venus Figurines
Paleolithic carvings of female form, often with exaggerated b…
Trance Dance
In San culture, a nightlong ritual held to activate a human b…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 6 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
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AP World History Ways Of The World Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Zoroastrianism
Laozi
Zarathustra
Yin and Yang
Persian monotheistic religion founded by the prophet Zarathus…
A Chinese philosopher who spelled out the teachings of Daoism.
A Persian prophet who founded Zoroastrianism.
Expression of the Chinese belief in the unity of opposites. O…
Zoroastrianism
Persian monotheistic religion founded by the prophet Zarathus…
Laozi
A Chinese philosopher who spelled out the teachings of Daoism.
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapters 6-9 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
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Ways of the World Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Aspasia
Ban Zhao
Brahmins
Caste
A foreign woman resident in Athens and partner of the statesm…
A Chinese woman writer and court officials whose work provide…
The Indian social class of priests
The system of social organization in India that has evolved o…
Aspasia
A foreign woman resident in Athens and partner of the statesm…
Ban Zhao
A Chinese woman writer and court officials whose work provide…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapters 6
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
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AP WH Ways of the World Chapter 6
Wang Mang
China's Scholar Gentry Class
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Caste
high official during Han dynasty, usurped emperor in 8 CE, to…
reflected the twin source privilege of land owners: wealthy f…
massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teaching…
a Hindu social class system that controlled every aspect of d…
Wang Mang
high official during Han dynasty, usurped emperor in 8 CE, to…
China's Scholar Gentry Class
reflected the twin source privilege of land owners: wealthy f…
AP World History Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Bedouin
Nomad
Clan
Tribe
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
a member of a group that has no permanent home, wandering fro…
a group of families who trace their roots to the same ancestor
A community of people who share common ancestry, customs, lan…
Bedouin
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Nomad
a member of a group that has no permanent home, wandering fro…
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Ways of the World Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Wu, Empress
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
Ways of the World AP World History: Chapter 7
The Sahara help rich deposits of which…
The trade conducted along the silk Roa…
Which of the following was a consequen…
In contrast to the Silk Road, the Sea…
Salt
Goods were pass down the line rather than carried by one merc…
Europeans developed some degree of immunity to Eurasian disea…
Carried more products for a mass market
The Sahara help rich deposits of which…
Salt
The trade conducted along the silk Roa…
Goods were pass down the line rather than carried by one merc…
Ways of the World and Sources for the AP Chapter 6
750-200 BCE
730 BCE
300 BCE-100 CE
300 BCE-900 CE
Chavin religious movement in Peruvian Andes.
Nubian conquest of Egypt
Kingdom of Meroe in upper Nile Valley.
Niger Valley civilization in West Africa.
750-200 BCE
Chavin religious movement in Peruvian Andes.
730 BCE
Nubian conquest of Egypt
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AP World History Chapter 6 vocabulary
Bedouin
Nomad
Clan
Tribe
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
a member of a group that has no permanent home, wandering fro…
a group of families who trace their roots to the same ancestor
A community of people who share common ancestry, customs, lan…
Bedouin
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Nomad
a member of a group that has no permanent home, wandering fro…
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AP World History Strayer Chapter 6 Ericson
Meroe
Axum
Niger valley civilization
Maya civilization
Capital of a flourishing kingdom in southern Nubia from the 3…
An African empire located in what is now Eritrea & Ethiopia c…
This civilization formed as people flooded from the Sahara in…
A well-known Mesoamerican civilization which led to the conce…
Meroe
Capital of a flourishing kingdom in southern Nubia from the 3…
Axum
An African empire located in what is now Eritrea & Ethiopia c…
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Ap World History Chapter 6
Islam
Bedouins
Shayks
Mecca
-Means "Submission" to One God (Allah)... -Unites the Arabs
-Small groups of nomadic people in Arabia... -Pastoralists... -Tent…
-Leaders of Tribes/Clans... -Rich... -Many Wives... -Large Herds of An…
-Founded By Umayyads... -Part of Quraysh... -Ka'Ba (the Holy Rock i…
Islam
-Means "Submission" to One God (Allah)... -Unites the Arabs
Bedouins
-Small groups of nomadic people in Arabia... -Pastoralists... -Tent…
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AP World History Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Axum
Bantu expansion
Batwa
Cahokia
Second-wave-era kingdom of East Africa, in present-day Eritre…
Gradual migration of Bantu-speaking peoples from their homela…
Forest-dwelling people of Central Africa who adopted some of…
The dominant center of an important Mississippi valley mound-…
Axum
Second-wave-era kingdom of East Africa, in present-day Eritre…
Bantu expansion
Gradual migration of Bantu-speaking peoples from their homela…
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AP World History Chapter 6- Vocabulary Terms
Monsoon
Vedas
Varna
Jati
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean caused by the differences…
Early Indian sacred "knowledge" - the literal meaning of the…
Two categories of social identity of great importance in Indi…
Regional groups of people who have a common occupational sphe…
Monsoon
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean caused by the differences…
Vedas
Early Indian sacred "knowledge" - the literal meaning of the…
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AP World History Chapter 6
untouchables
transmigration
Ramayana
Mauryas
low social caste in Hindi culture; performed tasks that were…
belief in a number of indian religious traditions that the so…
one of the great epic tales from classical india; traces adve…
dynasty established in indian subcontinent in 4th century bce…
untouchables
low social caste in Hindi culture; performed tasks that were…
transmigration
belief in a number of indian religious traditions that the so…
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AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 2 Vocabulary
Agricultural Revolution
Austronesian
Banpo
Bantu
The transformation of human (and world) existence caused by t…
An Asian-language family whose speakers gradually became the…
A Chinese archaeological site, where the remains of a signifi…
An African-language family whose speakers eventually became t…
Agricultural Revolution
The transformation of human (and world) existence caused by t…
Austronesian
An Asian-language family whose speakers gradually became the…
AP World History Chapter 6
Feudalism
Franks
Crusades
Holy Roman Empire
Social structure of the Middle Ages in Europe. Necessary beca…
Germanic tribes that created the first consolidated, unified…
Series of Christian invasion/expeditions to the Middle East i…
Established in spirit by the crowning of Charlemagne in 800,…
Feudalism
Social structure of the Middle Ages in Europe. Necessary beca…
Franks
Germanic tribes that created the first consolidated, unified…
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Chapter 6 AP World History
Maya
Niger Valley Civilizations
Bantu
Teotihuacán
City states. Development of advanced math system. Elaborate c…
cities without states. Most important one was Jenne-Jeno. Did…
400 closely related languages. Worshiped ancestral and nature…
Portaits, and images of artwork show people in paradise, soul…
Maya
City states. Development of advanced math system. Elaborate c…
Niger Valley Civilizations
cities without states. Most important one was Jenne-Jeno. Did…
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AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Austronesian Migrations
Brotherhood of the Tomol
Clovis Culture
Dreamtime
The last phase of the great human migration that established…
A prestigious craft guild that monopolized the building and o…
The earliest widespread and distinctive culture of North Amer…
The native Australian Aborigines' belief about how they came…
Austronesian Migrations
The last phase of the great human migration that established…
Brotherhood of the Tomol
A prestigious craft guild that monopolized the building and o…
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AP World History 1 Chapter 6 Terms
Tikal
Teotihuacan
"Semi-sedentary"
Pueblo
Major Maya city, with a population of perhaps 50,000 people.
The largest city of pre-Columbian America, with a population…
Term frequently used to describe the peoples of the eastern w…
"Great house", a large, apartment building-like structure tha…
Tikal
Major Maya city, with a population of perhaps 50,000 people.
Teotihuacan
The largest city of pre-Columbian America, with a population…
AP World History Ways of the World Chapters 6-10
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Wudi
Empress Wu
Wang Mang
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
The only female "emperor" in Chinese history (r. 690-705 CE),…
A Han court official who usurped the throne and ruled from 8…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A massive Chinese peasant uprising inspired by Daoist teachin…
Wudi
The Chinese emperor (r. 141-87 BCE) who started the Chinese c…
54 terms
AP World History Chapter 6 vocabulary
Bedouin
Nomad
Clan
Tribe
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
a member of a group that has no permanent home, wandering fro…
a group of families who trace their roots to the same ancestor
A community of people who share common ancestry, customs, lan…
Bedouin
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Nomad
a member of a group that has no permanent home, wandering fro…
10 terms
AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 7
Meroe
Axum
Niger Valley Civilization
Bantu Expansion
Capital of a flourishing kingdom in southern Nubia from the f…
The Christian state in Africa that developed its own branch o…
Distinctive city-based civilization that flourished from abou…
Bantu-speaking people who expanded their territory vastly; ac…
Meroe
Capital of a flourishing kingdom in southern Nubia from the f…
Axum
The Christian state in Africa that developed its own branch o…
10 terms
Chapter 6 AP World History
Maya
Niger Valley Civilizations
Bantu
Teotihuacán
City states. Development of advanced math system. Elaborate c…
cities without states. Most important one was Jenne-Jeno. Did…
400 closely related languages. Worshiped ancestral and nature…
Portaits, and images of artwork show people in paradise, soul…
Maya
City states. Development of advanced math system. Elaborate c…
Niger Valley Civilizations
cities without states. Most important one was Jenne-Jeno. Did…
19 terms
Chapter 6 AP World History
Maya
Niger Valley Civilizations
Bantu
Teotihuacán
City states. Development of advanced math system. Elaborate c…
cities without states. Most important one was Jenne-Jeno. Did…
400 closely related languages. Worshiped ancestral and nature…
Portaits, and images of artwork show people in paradise, soul…
Maya
City states. Development of advanced math system. Elaborate c…
Niger Valley Civilizations
cities without states. Most important one was Jenne-Jeno. Did…
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 7 Terms
Tikal
Teotihuacan
"Semi-sedentary"
Pueblo
Major Maya city, with a population of perhaps 50,000 people.
The largest city of pre-Columbian America, with a population…
Term frequently used to describe the peoples of the eastern w…
"Great house", a large, apartment building-like structure tha…
Tikal
Major Maya city, with a population of perhaps 50,000 people.
Teotihuacan
The largest city of pre-Columbian America, with a population…
83 terms
AP World History Chapter 6 Vocabulary (Rome)
Describe the formation of the early Ro…
Understand the Roman republic as a mil…
Understand how the Romans won support…
Trace the generals' power struggles an…
●wealthy, powerful citizens declared Rome a republic after dr…
●from the beginning, Rome was a militaristic society... ●the arm…
●promised people citizenship if they joined the empire... ●full…
●generals were powerful in Rome because it was militaristic e…
Describe the formation of the early Ro…
●wealthy, powerful citizens declared Rome a republic after dr…
Understand the Roman republic as a mil…
●from the beginning, Rome was a militaristic society... ●the arm…
AP World History Chapter 6
Islam
Allah
Muslim
Muhammad
A religion based on the teachings of the prophet Muhammed whi…
Islamic God
An adherent of the Islamic religion.
Arab prophet; founder of religion of Islam.
Islam
A religion based on the teachings of the prophet Muhammed whi…
Allah
Islamic God
AP World History Chapter 6
Feudalism
Franks
Crusades
Holy Roman Empire
Social structure of the Middle Ages in Europe. Necessary beca…
Germanic tribes that created the first consolidated, unified…
Series of Christian invasion/expeditions to the Middle East i…
Established in spirit by the crowning of Charlemagne in 800,…
Feudalism
Social structure of the Middle Ages in Europe. Necessary beca…
Franks
Germanic tribes that created the first consolidated, unified…
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AP World History - Chapter 6 <Vocabulary>
Aspasia
Ban Zhao (pron. bahn joe/actually bahn…
Brahmins (pron. BRAH-min)
caste
A foreign woman resident in Athens (ca. 470-400 B.C.E.) and p…
A Chinese woman writer and court official (45-116 C.E.) whose…
The Indian social class of priests.
The system of social organization in India that has evolved o…
Aspasia
A foreign woman resident in Athens (ca. 470-400 B.C.E.) and p…
Ban Zhao (pron. bahn joe/actually bahn…
A Chinese woman writer and court official (45-116 C.E.) whose…
39 terms
Ap World History Chapter 6
Islam
Bedouins
Shayks
Mecca
-Means "Submission" to One God (Allah)... -Unites the Arabs
-Small groups of nomadic people in Arabia... -Pastoralists... -Tent…
-Leaders of Tribes/Clans... -Rich... -Many Wives... -Large Herds of An…
-Founded By Umayyads... -Part of Quraysh... -Ka'Ba (the Holy Rock i…
Islam
-Means "Submission" to One God (Allah)... -Unites the Arabs
Bedouins
-Small groups of nomadic people in Arabia... -Pastoralists... -Tent…
AP World History Chapter 6/7 Vocabulary
Muhammad
Umayyad
Five Pillars
Abu Bakr
prophet of Islam; received revelations from Allah in 610 CE…
a clan whose members dominated politics and commercial econom…
the religious duties of all Muslims: confessions of faith, pr…
one of Muhammad's earliest converts; succeeded Muhammad as fi…
Muhammad
prophet of Islam; received revelations from Allah in 610 CE…
Umayyad
a clan whose members dominated politics and commercial econom…
19 terms
AP World History Chapter 6- Vocabulary Terms
Monsoon
Vedas
Varna
Jati
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean
Early Indian sacred "knowledge" - the literal meaning of the…
Varna are the four major social divisions: the Brahmin priest…
Regional groups of people who have a common beliefs and who m…
Monsoon
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean
Vedas
Early Indian sacred "knowledge" - the literal meaning of the…
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