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Ap World History Strayer Chapter 5
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
Wang Mang
Ge Hong
Yellow Turban Rebellion
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
a high court official of the Han Dynasty who usurped the empe…
person born in an aristocratic family who studied Daoism seei…
A peasant revolt starting in 184 c.e. named for the yellow sc…
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
Wang Mang
a high court official of the Han Dynasty who usurped the empe…
AP World History Chapter 5
Axum
Ethiopia
Silk Roads
Shintoism
Caused Kush decline; a new power located in what is now Ethio…
Another regional kingdom that Axum ultimately fell to
A system of ancient caravan routes across Central Asia, along…
Religion located in Japan and related to Buddhism. Shintoism…
Axum
Caused Kush decline; a new power located in what is now Ethio…
Ethiopia
Another regional kingdom that Axum ultimately fell to
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AP World History 1 Chapter 5 Terms
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…
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AP World History Strayer Chapter 5
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
Wang Mang
Ge Hong
Yellow Turban Rebellion
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
a high court official of the Han Dynasty who usurped the empe…
person born in an aristocratic family who studied Daoism seei…
A peasant revolt starting in 184 c.e. named for the yellow sc…
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
Wang Mang
a high court official of the Han Dynasty who usurped the empe…
AP World History Chapter 5
Axum
Ethiopia
Silk Roads
Shintoism
Caused Kush decline; a new power located in what is now Ethio…
Another regional kingdom that Axum ultimately fell to
A system of ancient caravan routes across Central Asia, along…
Religion located in Japan and related to Buddhism. Shintoism…
Axum
Caused Kush decline; a new power located in what is now Ethio…
Ethiopia
Another regional kingdom that Axum ultimately fell to
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AP World History Chapter 5
Cyrus the Great
Solon
olympic games
cleisthenes
established great persian empire by 550 bce; successor state…
canceled land mortgages, freed people enslaved for debt, allo…
one of the pan-hellenic rituals observed by all greek city-st…
expanded democracy by extending citizenship; began practice o…
Cyrus the Great
established great persian empire by 550 bce; successor state…
Solon
canceled land mortgages, freed people enslaved for debt, allo…
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Ap World History Strayer Chapter 5
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Varna
Jati
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
A peasant revolt starting in 184 c.e. named for the yellow sc…
four social classes in India, relating to Caste system
divisions within the varna, groups of similar people, sub-caste
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A peasant revolt starting in 184 c.e. named for the yellow sc…
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AP World History Chapter 5 vocab
Ahura Mazda
Angra Mainyu
Aristotle
atman
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world.
In Zoroastrianism, the evil god, engaged in a cosmic struggle…
A Greek polymath philosopher (384-322B.C.E.); student of Plat…
The human soul, which in classic Hindu belief seeks union wit…
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 History Chapter 5
Axum
Ethiopia
Silk Roads
Shintoism
Caused Kush decline; a new power located in what is now Ethio…
Another regional kingdom that Axum ultimately fell to
A system of ancient caravan routes across Central Asia, along…
Religion located in Japan and related to Buddhism. Shintoism…
Axum
Caused Kush decline; a new power located in what is now Ethio…
Ethiopia
Another regional kingdom that Axum ultimately fell to
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AP World History Chapter 5
Legalism
Confucianism
Ban Zhao
Daoism
Philosophy used by Qin Shihuangdi of China. Legalism includes…
Created by Confucius, Confucianism is the philosophy of relat…
Female writer who wrote Lessons for Women, basing on the teac…
Created by Laozi, Daoism is rather distinct from Confucianism…
Legalism
Philosophy used by Qin Shihuangdi of China. Legalism includes…
Confucianism
Created by Confucius, Confucianism is the philosophy of relat…
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AP World History Chapter 5
The Sermon on the Mount
Roman who ordered the crucifiction of…
33ce
The New Testament
A speech delivered by Jesus to his followers
Pontius Pilate
Jesus resurrection
Part of the Bible that is an account of Jesus' life
The Sermon on the Mount
A speech delivered by Jesus to his followers
Roman who ordered the crucifiction of…
Pontius Pilate
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 5 Terms
Socrates
Siddhartha Gautama (The Buddha)
Saint Paul
Pythagoras
The first great Greek philosopher to turn rationalism towards…
The Indian prince turned ascetic (ca. 566-ca. 486 BCE) who fo…
The first great popularizer of Christianity (10-65 CE).
A major Greek philosopher (ca. 560-ca. 480 BCE) who believed…
Socrates
The first great Greek philosopher to turn rationalism towards…
Siddhartha Gautama (The Buddha)
The Indian prince turned ascetic (ca. 566-ca. 486 BCE) who fo…
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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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Chapter 5 AP world history
Kush
Axum
Ethiopia
Teotihucan
An African state that developed along the upper reaches of th…
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced meroe in the…
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
Site of classic culture in central Mexico; urban center with…
Kush
An African state that developed along the upper reaches of th…
Axum
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced meroe in the…
AP World History: Chapter 5
Cyrus the Great
Zoroastrianism
Olympic Games
Pericles
(c. 576 or 590-529 B.C.E.); founded Persian Empire by 550 B.C…
Persian religion that saw material existence as a battle betw…
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
(c. 576 or 590-529 B.C.E.); founded Persian Empire by 550 B.C…
Zoroastrianism
Persian religion that saw material existence as a battle betw…
Chapter 5 AP world history
Kush
Axum
Ethiopia
Teotihucan
An African state that developed along the upper reaches of th…
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced meroe in the…
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
Site of classic culture in central Mexico; urban center with…
Kush
An African state that developed along the upper reaches of th…
Axum
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced meroe in the…
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AP World History Chapter 5
The conversion to Christianity of whic…
A significant difference in Roman expa…
In what way did Emperor Wu of the Han…
In Roman society
Constantine
extended citizenship in degrees to most conquered populations.
He was ambitious in exploring and conquering more territory
the father's word was law in his household
The conversion to Christianity of whic…
Constantine
A significant difference in Roman expa…
extended citizenship in degrees to most conquered populations.
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Chapter 5 - The Islamic World - AP World History
Bedouins
Muhammad
Abu Bakr
Qur'an
- nomadic people of the Arabian peninsula who organized thems…
- prophet of Islam ... - He received revelations from Allah that…
- First caliph after Muhammad's death, earliest follower and…
- Islamic holy book that is believed to contain the divine re…
Bedouins
- nomadic people of the Arabian peninsula who organized thems…
Muhammad
- prophet of Islam ... - He received revelations from Allah that…
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AP World History Chapter 5
Legalism
Confucianism
Ban Zhao
Daoism
Philosophy used by Qin Shihuangdi of China. Legalism includes…
Created by Confucius, Confucianism is the philosophy of relat…
Female writer who wrote Lessons for Women, basing on the teac…
Created by Laozi, Daoism is rather distinct from Confucianism…
Legalism
Philosophy used by Qin Shihuangdi of China. Legalism includes…
Confucianism
Created by Confucius, Confucianism is the philosophy of relat…
AP world history chapter 5
What did the Aduns basically start bet…
Where was Romes central location?
Land ownership showed what?
Wealthier families were members of what?
They started a international trading networks encompassing th…
Italy
Social status, political privilege, and fundamental values
¨Council of Elders¨, played dominant role in the politics of…
What did the Aduns basically start bet…
They started a international trading networks encompassing th…
Where was Romes central location?
Italy
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 5
Socrates
Siddhartha Gautama (The Buddha)
Saint Paul
Pythagoras
The first great Greek philosopher to turn rationalism towards…
The Indian prince turned ascetic (ca. 566-ca. 486 BCE) who fo…
The first great popularizer of Christianity (10-65 CE).
A major Greek philosopher (ca. 560-ca. 480 BCE) who believed…
Socrates
The first great Greek philosopher to turn rationalism towards…
Siddhartha Gautama (The Buddha)
The Indian prince turned ascetic (ca. 566-ca. 486 BCE) who fo…
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AP World History Chapter 5
Which of the following best describes…
In early Roman society, the basis of w…
During the Roman Republic, all adult m…
The term for Roman senators was....
Roman and Han Chinese citizens never met each other directly,…
the land
But the votes were weighed so that the votes of the wealthy m…
life
Which of the following best describes…
Roman and Han Chinese citizens never met each other directly,…
In early Roman society, the basis of w…
the land
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Ap World History Strayer Chapter 5 - Redfern
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
Wang Mang
Ge Hong
Yellow Turban Rebellion
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
a high court official of the Han Dynasty who usurped the empe…
person born in an aristocratic family who studied Daoism seei…
A peasant revolt starting in 184 c.e. named for the yellow sc…
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
Wang Mang
a high court official of the Han Dynasty who usurped the empe…
AP World History, Chapter 5
Yellow Turbans
Harsha
Diocletian
Justinian
Chinese Daoists who launched a revolt in 184 CE in China prom…
Temporarily restored unified rule in most of northern India a…
(245-313) Emperor of Rome who was responsible for dividing Ro…
Byzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered muc…
Yellow Turbans
Chinese Daoists who launched a revolt in 184 CE in China prom…
Harsha
Temporarily restored unified rule in most of northern India a…
Ap World History Strayer Chapter 5
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
Wang Mang
Ge Hong
Yellow Turban Rebellion
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
a high court official of the Han Dynasty who usurped the empe…
person born in an aristocratic family who studied Daoism seei…
A peasant revolt starting in 184 c.e. named for the yellow sc…
China's Scholar-Gentry Class
lived luxuriously, benefited from wealth and from power and p…
Wang Mang
a high court official of the Han Dynasty who usurped the empe…
AP World History Chapter 5 China
The Yellow River (Huang He)
Prehistoric Society: Yangshao
Shang Dynasty
Shang Dynasty Burial Practices
Deposits fertile, light colored soil (loess); Periodic Floodi…
Painted Pottery and Bronze Tools
Bronze Metallurgy from 1200 BCE, State Monopoly, Horse Drawn…
Hierarchical Social Structure. Burials alongside decreased me…
The Yellow River (Huang He)
Deposits fertile, light colored soil (loess); Periodic Floodi…
Prehistoric Society: Yangshao
Painted Pottery and Bronze Tools
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AP World History : Chapter 5
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…
Chapter 5-AP World History
Republic
Senate
Patron/Client Relationship
Principate
507-31 b.c.e.; Roman was largely governed by the aristocratic…
Council whose members were heads of wealthy, landowning famil…
A fundamental social relationship in ancient Rome in which th…
Roman government in the first three centuries c.e. Based on t…
Republic
507-31 b.c.e.; Roman was largely governed by the aristocratic…
Senate
Council whose members were heads of wealthy, landowning famil…
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Chapter 5: AP World History
Ahura Mazda
Angra Mainyu
Aristotle
atman
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world.
In Zoroastrianism, the evil god, engaged in a cosmic struggle…
A Greek polymath philosopher (384-322 B.C.E.); student of Pla…
The human soul, which in classic Hindu belief seeks union wit…
Ahura Mazda
In Zoroastrianism, the good god who rules the world.
Angra Mainyu
In Zoroastrianism, the evil god, engaged in a cosmic struggle…
AP World History Webb Chapter 5
Axum
Ethiopia
Silk Roads
Shintoism
The kingdom who conquered the Kushistes by about 300 BCE. T…
The kingdom that eventually conquered the Axum. They lived…
*The overland routes that stretched from western China to Rom…
*Japan's religion. It worshipped political rulers and stresse…
Axum
The kingdom who conquered the Kushistes by about 300 BCE. T…
Ethiopia
The kingdom that eventually conquered the Axum. They lived…
Chapter 5 AP World History
Inca
Constantinople
Byzantine Empire
Coptic Christianity
American culture centered in the andes mountains; domesticate…
Center of the Roman Empire after 312 CE established by the la…
Successor to the Roman Empire in the Eastern Mediterranean. I…
Largest branch of African Christianity centered in Egypt
Inca
American culture centered in the andes mountains; domesticate…
Constantinople
Center of the Roman Empire after 312 CE established by the la…
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AP World History: Chapter 5
(5)One important early symptom of rome…
(5)Everywhere it spread, Buddhism stre…
(5)Compared to Hinduism and Buddhism,…
(5)The end of the gupta empire differe…
the drop in population due to a series of plagues
meditation and ethical behavior
non-believers cannot join the church
the introduction of a new religion for the majority
(5)One important early symptom of rome…
the drop in population due to a series of plagues
(5)Everywhere it spread, Buddhism stre…
meditation and ethical behavior
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Chapter 5: AP World History
Roman Republic
Roman Senate
Patron Client Relationship
Roman Principate
Period in Rome after Tarquinis Superbus()
Advisors to the king
Peasants' relationship with aristocrats which were almost lik…
(31BCE- 330CE) new system of government among equals piloted…
Roman Republic
Period in Rome after Tarquinis Superbus()
Roman Senate
Advisors to the king
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AP World History 1 Chapter 5 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 History-Chapter 5
Persian Empire
Cyrus the Great
Darius
Xerxes
An empire in western Asia in ancient times. Under the kings D…
Established massive Persian empire by 550 b.c.e; successor st…
Persian ruler who brought order to the Persian Empire. He als…
son of Darius; became Persian king. He vowed revenge on the A…
Persian Empire
An empire in western Asia in ancient times. Under the kings D…
Cyrus the Great
Established massive Persian empire by 550 b.c.e; successor st…
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Ethel Woods: AP World History Chapter 5
Bedouins
Ka'ba
Black Stone
Jinns
People of the fringes of the desert zone: organized into kins…
Most revered shrine of Mecca-held the black stone
Sacred rock (probable meteorite) one of many idols-Muhammad l…
Desert people spirits that were believed to reside in natural…
Bedouins
People of the fringes of the desert zone: organized into kins…
Ka'ba
Most revered shrine of Mecca-held the black stone
AP World History Chapter 5
Abu Bakr
Animism
Black Stone
Caliphs
first caliph after the death of Muhammad
Belief that objects, such as plants and stones, or natural ev…
ancient stone that absorbs the sins of the world... meteorite pl…
Muhammad's successors are known as
Abu Bakr
first caliph after the death of Muhammad
Animism
Belief that objects, such as plants and stones, or natural ev…
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Ap World History- Chapter 5
Chinese examination system
Chinese landlord class
Chinese peasants
Yellow Turban Rebellion
this system of selecting administrators evolved into the worl…
landlords came to own large estates and were often able to av…
made up the vast majority of Chinese population. constantly r…
floods along the Yellow River and resulting epidemics caused…
Chinese examination system
this system of selecting administrators evolved into the worl…
Chinese landlord class
landlords came to own large estates and were often able to av…
Chapter 5 AP World History
Cyrus the Great
Zoroastrianism
Greece
Olympic Games
Established massive Persian Empire by 550 B.C.E.; successor s…
Animist religion that saw material existence as battle betwee…
Greek culture reached its height during the 5th century B.C.E…
One of the pan-Hellenic rituals observed by all Greek city-st…
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 History Chapter 5
Cyrus the Great
Solon
olympic games
cleisthenes
established great persian empire by 550 bce; successor state…
canceled land mortgages, freed people enslaved for debt, allo…
one of the pan-hellenic rituals observed by all greek city-st…
expanded democracy by extending citizenship; began practice o…
Cyrus the Great
established great persian empire by 550 bce; successor state…
Solon
canceled land mortgages, freed people enslaved for debt, allo…
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AP World History-Chapter 5
Shang
Zhou
Mandate of Heaven
Veneration of Ancestors
-Large regional state, hereditary, extended control over prog…
-Held a theory of politics that rested on the assumption that…
-During the Zhou dynasty.... -Refers to the heavenly powers gran…
-Chinese believed that spirits of their ancestors passed into…
Shang
-Large regional state, hereditary, extended control over prog…
Zhou
-Held a theory of politics that rested on the assumption that…
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AP World History Chapter 5
By exalting the legendary sage kings (…
The Yellow River earned its nickname "…
In Yangshao society (5000-3000 B.C.E.)…
Many scholars believe that the dynasty…
social harmony, selflessness, and hard work.
its frequent floods were very destructive to agricultural soc…
had fine pottery and used bone tools.
the Chinese legends associated the founder of Xia with flood…
By exalting the legendary sage kings (…
social harmony, selflessness, and hard work.
The Yellow River earned its nickname "…
its frequent floods were very destructive to agricultural soc…
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AP World History Chapter 5
Axum
Ethiopia
Sahara
Shinto
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced Meroe in fir…
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
Desert running across Northern Africa; separates the Mediterr…
Religion of early Japanese culture; devotees worshiped numero…
Axum
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced Meroe in fir…
Ethiopia
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
Chapter 5- AP world history cultural traditions
Characteristics that apply everywhere
How does a written language become ful…
True or False: all of china was under…
What determined social structure in Zh…
1)foundation of collective understanding... 2)Conflict between…
when written language becomes art it is fully developed.
not all of china was under zhou rule→ biggest, strongest and…
how close to the land you were determined social ... structures
Characteristics that apply everywhere
1)foundation of collective understanding... 2)Conflict between…
How does a written language become ful…
when written language becomes art it is fully developed.
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Chapter 5 AP World History Key Terms
Romulus and Remus
Consuls
Preators
Senate
Legendary brothers who founded Rome on Po
2 Romans chosen every year who administrated the government a…
Where in charge of "civil law" and took on the role of Consul…
Originally 300 men who served for life and gave advice to mag…
Romulus and Remus
Legendary brothers who founded Rome on Po
Consuls
2 Romans chosen every year who administrated the government a…
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AP World History Chapter 5
Wang Mang's reform program following h…
China was unique in the ancient world…
India and China during the classical e…
Membership in a Jati was based in a pe…
Government loans to peasant families
It's social organization was shaped by the actions of the state
Sharp distinctions and great inequalities characterized the s…
Occupation
Wang Mang's reform program following h…
Government loans to peasant families
China was unique in the ancient world…
It's social organization was shaped by the actions of the state
AP World History Chapter 5
The Republic
Republic
Senate (Rome)
Plebeians
The period from 507 to 31 B.C.E., during which Rome was large…
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
A council whose members were the heads of wealthy, landowning…
Members of the lower social classes
The Republic
The period from 507 to 31 B.C.E., during which Rome was large…
Republic
a state in which supreme power is held by the people and thei…
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Chapter 5 AP world history
Kush
Axum
Ethiopia
Shintoism
An African state that developed along the upper reaches of th…
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced meroe in the…
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
Religion of early Japanese culture; devotees worshipped numbe…
Kush
An African state that developed along the upper reaches of th…
Axum
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced meroe in the…
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World History Chapter 5
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
An ancient Greek epic poet, who is believed to have written t…
Mycenaean
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
Trojan War
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
AP World History Chapter 5
agora
Akhenaten
Alexander the Great
Aristotle
-central feature of ancient Greek town planning... -main functio…
(see chapter 3)
-r. 336-323 BCE... -King of Macedonia... -conquered Greece, Persia,…
-384-322 BCE... -Greek philosopher... -prize student of Plato ... -wro…
agora
-central feature of ancient Greek town planning... -main functio…
Akhenaten
(see chapter 3)
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