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AP World-Chapter 4
How is Buddhism similar to Hinduism?
How is Buddhism different than Hinduism?
Who is Buddhism's founder?
Why did Buddhism appeal more to women…
Both Hinduism and Buddhism believe that:... -ordinary life is an…
Buddhism differs from Hinduism in multiple ways:... -Buddhism ha…
Siddharth Guatama
Women found freedom and independence in the Buddhists group o…
How is Buddhism similar to Hinduism?
Both Hinduism and Buddhism believe that:... -ordinary life is an…
How is Buddhism different than Hinduism?
Buddhism differs from Hinduism in multiple ways:... -Buddhism ha…
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AP World History - Strayer Chapter 4
Legalism
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
Ban Zhao
Daoism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
A major female Confucian author of Han dynasty China (45-116…
A Chinese philosophy/popular religion that advocates simplici…
Legalism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
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AP World Chapter 4
Persian Empire
Athenian Democracy
Greco-Persian Wars
Alexander The Great
Founded by Cyrus the Great in 550 B.C.; united Median and Per…
A type of government used in Athens which is sort of a combin…
were a series of conflicts between the Achaemenes Empire of P…
Alexander the Great proclaimed himself king of Macedonia in 3…
Persian Empire
Founded by Cyrus the Great in 550 B.C.; united Median and Per…
Athenian Democracy
A type of government used in Athens which is sort of a combin…
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AP World History - Strayer Chapter 4 Ericson
Legalism
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
Daoism
Upanishads
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
A Chinese philosophy/popular religion that advocates simplici…
Indian mystical and philosophical works, written between 800…
Legalism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
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AP World: Chapter 4
Def. Upanishads
Sig. Upanishads
Def. Legalism
Sig. Legalism
800-400 B.C.E. mystical/highly philosophical works that sough…
among them was the idea of Brahman, the world sought, the ult…
Hon, Fei~ philosophy circled around rewards and harsh laws/pu…
allowed them to deal with disorder of the warring states wher…
Def. Upanishads
800-400 B.C.E. mystical/highly philosophical works that sough…
Sig. Upanishads
among them was the idea of Brahman, the world sought, the ult…
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AP World History - Strayer Chapter 4
Legalism
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
Ban Zhao
Daoism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
A major female Confucian author of Han dynasty China (45-116…
A Chinese philosophy/popular religion that advocates simplici…
Legalism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
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AP World History Chapter 4 Strayer
Ahura Mazda
Alexander the Great
Aryans
Ashoka
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world. (pron. a…
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
Indo-European pastoralists who moved into India about the tim…
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
Ahura Mazda
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world. (pron. a…
Alexander the Great
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
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AP World Chapter 4
Confucianism
Ban Zhao
Daoism
Vedas
Philosophy created around 500 BCE focused on bring order to C…
Chinese female writer (45-116 CE) that described what was exp…
Way of life that emerged around 300 BCE that urges folowers t…
Earliest sacred Hindu text that includes poems, hymns, prayer…
Confucianism
Philosophy created around 500 BCE focused on bring order to C…
Ban Zhao
Chinese female writer (45-116 CE) that described what was exp…
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AP World History 1 Chapter 4 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Xiongnu
Wudi
Solon
A major Chinese peasant revolt that began in 184 C.E. and hel…
Nomadic peoples to the north of the Great Wall of China who w…
Han emperor who began the Chinese civil service by establishi…
Athenian statesman and lawmaker whose reforms led the Athenia…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A major Chinese peasant revolt that began in 184 C.E. and hel…
Xiongnu
Nomadic peoples to the north of the Great Wall of China who w…
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AP World Chapter 4
Cyrus the Great
Zoroastrianism
Olympic Games
Pericles
Established massive Persian Empire by 550 BCE; successor stat…
Animist religion that saw material existence as battle betwee…
One of the pan Hellenic rituals observed by all Greek city-st…
Athenian political leader during 5th century BCE, guided deve…
Cyrus the Great
Established massive Persian Empire by 550 BCE; successor stat…
Zoroastrianism
Animist religion that saw material existence as battle betwee…
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AP World History Chapter 4 Vocab
Polis
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
City-state form of government used in Greece 800-400BCE
Late 5th cBCE Athenian philosopher; Urged rational reflection…
Socrates' greatest pupil; Suggested humans could approach und…
384 - 322 BCE, Greek philosopher; Alexander the Great's teach…
Polis
City-state form of government used in Greece 800-400BCE
Socrates
Late 5th cBCE Athenian philosopher; Urged rational reflection…
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AP World Chapter 4
Cyrus The Great
Darius
Zoroastrianism
Olympic games
established massive Persian empire across the norhtern Medite…
Third ruler of the Persian Empire. He crushed the widespread…
new religion developed by Persians; animist religion that saw…
one of the pan-Hellenic rituals observed by all Greek city-st…
Cyrus The Great
established massive Persian empire across the norhtern Medite…
Darius
Third ruler of the Persian Empire. He crushed the widespread…
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AP World History - Strayer Chapter 4
Legalism
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
Ban Zhao
Daoism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
A major female Confucian author of Han dynasty China (45-116…
A Chinese philosophy/popular religion that advocates simplici…
Legalism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
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AP world chapter 4
Iran's mineral resources, through expl…
The founder of the Achaemenid Persian…
Early Iranian social organization was
Cyrus and his son ruled their empire b…
Copper... Iron... Gold... Silver
Cyrus
Patriarchal
Representing local priests and native traditions
Iran's mineral resources, through expl…
Copper... Iron... Gold... Silver
The founder of the Achaemenid Persian…
Cyrus
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AP World History Chapter 4
Founder of Legalism
Time of Legalism
Place of Legalism
Founder of Confucianism
Han Fei
475 B.C.E
China
Confucius
Founder of Legalism
Han Fei
Time of Legalism
475 B.C.E
AP World Chapter 4
If the Greek genius was politics, the…
The two Mediterranean powers fighting…
Compared to modern American ideas abou…
Greek politics resembled Indian politi…
engineering.
Carthage and Rome.
urging that all citizens participate directly in lawmaking an…
the tendency of regional fragmentation.
If the Greek genius was politics, the…
engineering.
The two Mediterranean powers fighting…
Carthage and Rome.
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AP World History Chapter 4
Polis
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
City-state form of government used in Greece 800-400BCE
Late 5th cBCE Athenian philosopher; Urged rational reflection…
Socrates' greatest pupil; Suggested humans could approach und…
384 - 322 BCE, Greek philosopher; Alexander the Great's teach…
Polis
City-state form of government used in Greece 800-400BCE
Socrates
Late 5th cBCE Athenian philosopher; Urged rational reflection…
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AP World Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Aryans
Semi precious stones
Ecological degradations
Varna
People speaking an Indo European language
A gemstone or gem (also called a fine gem, jewel, or a precio…
the deterioration of the environment through depletion of res…
each of the four Hindu castes, Brahman, Kshatriya, Vaishya, a…
Aryans
People speaking an Indo European language
Semi precious stones
A gemstone or gem (also called a fine gem, jewel, or a precio…
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AP World Chapter 4
What areas developed primary urbanizat…
The Longshan culture comprised a more…
Some examples of Longshan cultural dev…
Name the three earliest dynasties who…
China, Mesoamerica, Niger River Valley of West Africa
sophisiticated
...wheeled pottery, sheep and cattle domestication, branched…
Xia, Shang, Zhou
What areas developed primary urbanizat…
China, Mesoamerica, Niger River Valley of West Africa
The Longshan culture comprised a more…
sophisiticated
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AP World Chapter 4
Legalism
Confucianism
Ban Zhao
Daoism
- Qin Shihuangdi... - pessimistic view, most people are stupid... -…
- founded by Confucius... - After his death, scholars made his w…
- Confucian writer of "Lessons for Women"
- founded by Laozi... - Zhuangzi explained his ideas... - Withdrawa…
Legalism
- Qin Shihuangdi... - pessimistic view, most people are stupid... -…
Confucianism
- founded by Confucius... - After his death, scholars made his w…
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Chapter 4 AP world
Iran's resources were _________
Why did Iran not have a dense populati…
Irrigation networks in Iran had to use…
Irrigation in Iran shows
limited
with limited resources, it couldn't support it.
the heat (evaporation)
they had a strong central power who could get people together…
Iran's resources were _________
limited
Why did Iran not have a dense populati…
with limited resources, it couldn't support it.
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AP WORLD chapter 4
Xerxes
Cyrus the Great
Pericles
Peloponnesian War
A new persian king that was in power during the time the Gree…
The founder of a massive Persian Empire by 550 BCE. This empi…
A famous Greek political figure that had a huge influence on…
Athens and Sparta fought for power in Greece during 431-404 B…
Xerxes
A new persian king that was in power during the time the Gree…
Cyrus the Great
The founder of a massive Persian Empire by 550 BCE. This empi…
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Chapter 4- AP World
Cyrus
Darius
Persepolis
Satraps
Founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire. Between 550 and 530…
Third ruler of the Persian Empire (521-486 BCE) He crushed th…
A complex of palaces, reception halls, and treasury buildings…
The governor of a province in the Achaemenid Persian Empire,…
Cyrus
Founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire. Between 550 and 530…
Darius
Third ruler of the Persian Empire (521-486 BCE) He crushed th…
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AP World Chapter 4
Alexander
Alexandria
Cyrus
Darius I
King of Macedonia in northern Greece. Between 334 and 323 B.C…
City on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt founded by Alexander…
Founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire. Between 550 and 530…
Third ruler of the Persian Empire (r. 522?486 B.C.E.). He cru…
Alexander
King of Macedonia in northern Greece. Between 334 and 323 B.C…
Alexandria
City on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt founded by Alexander…
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ap world chapter 4
doric
corinthian
odyssey
cicero
simplest of the capitals that adorn columns in Greek architec…
most complex and ornate of the capitals that adorn columns in…
story of the king of Ithaca and his log journey home after th…
roman writer, orator, and senator whose works emphasized the…
doric
simplest of the capitals that adorn columns in Greek architec…
corinthian
most complex and ornate of the capitals that adorn columns in…
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Ap World Chapter 4
alexander the great
cicero
constantine
Alexandria
extended the Greek Empire began by his father into the Persia…
Roman writer and senator who expounded the value of oratory i…
Roman emperor, after reuniting the Roman Empire, he moved the…
seaport in Egypt on the Mediterranean sea which was founded b…
alexander the great
extended the Greek Empire began by his father into the Persia…
cicero
Roman writer and senator who expounded the value of oratory i…
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AP World: Chapter 4
Magi
Satrap
Zoroastrianism
Polis
Zoroastrian priests.
A provincial governor in the ancient Persian empire.
A religion originating in ancient Iran (religion of the Achae…
The Greek term for a city-state, an urban center and the agri…
Magi
Zoroastrian priests.
Satrap
A provincial governor in the ancient Persian empire.
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Ap World Chapter 4
The chief god of the early Aryans was…
After the Aryans and Dravidians mixed…
Archaeologists in India have discovere…
The earliest known urban society in In…
Indra
Indra receded into the background
cultivators built a neolithic society west of Indus
Harappan society
The chief god of the early Aryans was…
Indra
After the Aryans and Dravidians mixed…
Indra receded into the background
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AP World Chapter 4
Our understanding of Harappan society…
The inhabitants of Harappan society en…
In the sites of Harappa and Mohenjo-da…
Archaeologists claim that there were s…
archeological discoveries of Harappan physical remains above…
wheat, barley, chicken, cattle, sheep, and goats.
there might have been a central authority powerful enough to…
houses, ovens, and wells.
Our understanding of Harappan society…
archeological discoveries of Harappan physical remains above…
The inhabitants of Harappan society en…
wheat, barley, chicken, cattle, sheep, and goats.
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AP World History Chapter 4
Cyrus
Darius
Satrap
Persepolis
Created the Archaemenid Persian Empire by defeating Media, Ly…
Third king of the Persian Empire.... He ruled the empire at its…
A governor of a province in ancient Persia that had been conq…
A complex of palaces, reception halls, and treasury buildings…
Cyrus
Created the Archaemenid Persian Empire by defeating Media, Ly…
Darius
Third king of the Persian Empire.... He ruled the empire at its…
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AP World Chapter 4
Cyrus
Darius I
Satrap
Persepolis
Founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire
Third ruler of the Persian Empire
The governor of a province in the Achaemenid Persian Empire
A complex of palaces erected by the Persian kings
Cyrus
Founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire
Darius I
Third ruler of the Persian Empire
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AP World Chapter 4
Legalism p. 169
Confucianism p. 169-172
Ban Zhou p. 171
Daoism p. 172-174
The solution lay in rules or laws. Strict system of rewards a…
Social harmony through moral example. Large emphasis on educa…
45-116 C.E. Female writer who wrote Lessons for Women.
Associated with the legendary sixth century archivist named L…
Legalism p. 169
The solution lay in rules or laws. Strict system of rewards a…
Confucianism p. 169-172
Social harmony through moral example. Large emphasis on educa…
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AP World Chapter 4
Cyrus
Darius 1
Satrap
Persepolis
Founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire. He conquered Media,…
Third ruler of the Persian Empire. He crushed the widespread…
The governor of a province in the Persian Empire, often relat…
A complex of palaces, reception halls and treasury buildings…
Cyrus
Founder of the Achaemenid Persian Empire. He conquered Media,…
Darius 1
Third ruler of the Persian Empire. He crushed the widespread…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 4 Terms
Ahura Mazda
Alexander the Great
Aryans
Ashoka
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world.
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 BCE) conqueror of the Persi…
Indo-Europeans pastoralists who moved into India about the ti…
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan Empire (r. 268-232 BCE)…
Ahura Mazda
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world.
Alexander the Great
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 BCE) conqueror of the Persi…
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ap world chapter 4
Zoroastrianism most probably influence…
Buddhism and Hinduism are similar in t…
a follower of Daoism would...
what reflects a Zoroastrian idea that…
judaism
offered hope for final release from the cycle of rebirth
withdraw from politics
the concept of heaven and hell
Zoroastrianism most probably influence…
judaism
Buddhism and Hinduism are similar in t…
offered hope for final release from the cycle of rebirth
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AP World Chapter 4
Cyrus the Great
Zoroastrianism
Olympic Games
Pericles
established massive Persian Empire by 550 B.C.E.; successor s…
Animist religion that saw material existence as battle betwee…
One of the pan-Hellenic rituals observed by all Greek city-st…
Athenian political leader during 5th century B.C.E.; guided d…
Cyrus the Great
established massive Persian Empire by 550 B.C.E.; successor s…
Zoroastrianism
Animist religion that saw material existence as battle betwee…
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AP World Chapter 4
Buddha
Alexander the Great
Himalayas
monsoons
creator of major Indian and Asian religion; born in 6th centu…
Successor of Phillip II; successfully conquered Persian empir…
Mountain region marking the northern border of the Indian sub…
Seasonal winds crossing Indian subcontinent and southeast Asi…
Buddha
creator of major Indian and Asian religion; born in 6th centu…
Alexander the Great
Successor of Phillip II; successfully conquered Persian empir…
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AP World Chapter 4
Alexander the Great
Himalayas
Monsoons
Aryan
Son of Phillip II who conquered the Persian empire and create…
Mountian range along India's northern border
Seasonal winds and rains that cross India and Southern Asia
Indo-european nomadic pastoralists that replaced Harappa
Alexander the Great
Son of Phillip II who conquered the Persian empire and create…
Himalayas
Mountian range along India's northern border
AP WORLD - Chapter 4
oracle bones
Chavin
Jenne-jeno
Mandate of Heaven
Xia dynasty's way of writing
Ancient South American civilization
Early civilization in North West Africa which didn't have the…
Ancient Chinese royal family had the "right to rule" because…
oracle bones
Xia dynasty's way of writing
Chavin
Ancient South American civilization
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AP World Chapter 4
Indra
Soma
Rig Veda
Dasas
rambunctious God... Aryan Cheif Deity... reflects Aryan instability
hallucinogenic potion
1,028 hymns... created 1400-900 BCE
"enemies"... "subject peoples"
Indra
rambunctious God... Aryan Cheif Deity... reflects Aryan instability
Soma
hallucinogenic potion
AP World History - Strayer Chapter 4
Legalism
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
Daoism
Upanishads
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
A Chinese philosophy/popular religion that advocates simplici…
Indian mystical and philosophical works, written between 800…
Legalism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
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Chapter 4 - ... - AP World History
Christianity
Jesus of Nazareth
Thervada (Hinayana)
Mahayana
- religion based on the person or teachings of Jesus of Nazar…
- Jewish prophet Christians regard as the son of God ... - Lived…
- beliefs include strict, individual path to enlightenment; a…
- belief that Siddhartha Gautama took inital steps toward def…
Christianity
- religion based on the person or teachings of Jesus of Nazar…
Jesus of Nazareth
- Jewish prophet Christians regard as the son of God ... - Lived…
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AP World History Chapter 4
Cyrus the Great
Zoroastrianism
Olympic games
Pericles
established massive Persian empire across the norhtern Medite…
new religion developed by Persians; animist religion that saw…
one of the pan-Hellenic rituals observed by all Greek city-st…
most famous Greek political figure; dominated Athenian politi…
Cyrus the Great
established massive Persian empire across the norhtern Medite…
Zoroastrianism
new religion developed by Persians; animist religion that saw…
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AP World History - Strayer Chapter 4
Legalism
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
Ban Zhao
Daoism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
A major female Confucian author of Han dynasty China (45-116…
A Chinese philosophy/popular religion that advocates simplici…
Legalism
A Chinese philosophy distinguished by an adherence to clear l…
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
The founder of Confucianism (551-479 B.C.E.); an aristocrat o…
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Chapter 4 Ap world
Classical Mediterranean economy
So this made merchants
Battle of marathon
Hellenistic
Soil was good for olives and grapes (bad farming soil)... EXTENS…
Higher in rankings, the second highest of the three since it…
Greek victory over the Persian army that ended the First Pers…
transition/ spread of Greek culture
Classical Mediterranean economy
Soil was good for olives and grapes (bad farming soil)... EXTENS…
So this made merchants
Higher in rankings, the second highest of the three since it…
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AP World History 1 Chapter 4 Terms
Ahura Mazda
Angra Mainyu
atman
Ban Zhao
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world.
In Zoroastrianism, the evil god engaged in a cosmic struggle…
The human soul which in classic Hindu belief seeks union with…
A major female Confucian author of Han dynasty China (45 - 11…
Ahura Mazda
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world.
Angra Mainyu
In Zoroastrianism, the evil god engaged in a cosmic struggle…
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AP World Chapter 4
Cyrus
Darius
Persepolis
Zoroastrianism
main founder of Persia. He takes over Anatolia. Marries into…
thought of as the second founder of Persia. Following Cyrus's…
the capital used for festivals and ceremonies. Darius was the…
the main religion of the Persian empire. It was a monotheisti…
Cyrus
main founder of Persia. He takes over Anatolia. Marries into…
Darius
thought of as the second founder of Persia. Following Cyrus's…
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AP World Chapter 4
King Cyrus
Cambyses
Darius I
Persian Imperial Organization
Overthrows Median Kimgdom... Creates empire merging Medes and Pe…
Conquers Egypt, Persian ruler after Cyrus
Tolerant king, after Cambyses
20 Provinces "Satrapy"... Monarchy
King Cyrus
Overthrows Median Kimgdom... Creates empire merging Medes and Pe…
Cambyses
Conquers Egypt, Persian ruler after Cyrus
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AP World Note Cards Chapter 4
Ahura Mazda
Analects
Ancestor Veneration
Aristotle
The single unique god who the Persian prophet, Zarathustra, r…
After the death of Confucius, his students collected his teac…
The practice of visiting the graves of the deceased, presenti…
A Greek thinker and philosopher. ... He represents the most com…
Ahura Mazda
The single unique god who the Persian prophet, Zarathustra, r…
Analects
After the death of Confucius, his students collected his teac…
AP World History Chapter 4
Cyrus the Great
Zoroastrianism
The Olympic Games
Pericles
King of Persia and founder of the Persian empire (circa 600-5…
One of the first monotheistic religions, particularly one wit…
First started in 776 B.C. it was special because all of the G…
An Athenian leader who transformed Athens into a community of…
Cyrus the Great
King of Persia and founder of the Persian empire (circa 600-5…
Zoroastrianism
One of the first monotheistic religions, particularly one wit…
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