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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 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…
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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…
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
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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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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
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
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
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
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…
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…
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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…
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AP World History: Chapter 6
Islam
Allah
Muslims
Muhammad
Major world religion having it's orgins in 610 C.E. in the Ar…
Supreme God in strictly monotheistic Islam
Followers of Islam
Prophet of Islam (570-632); born into Quraysh tribe in Mecca;…
Islam
Major world religion having it's orgins in 610 C.E. in the Ar…
Allah
Supreme God in strictly monotheistic Islam
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AP World History- Chapter 6
Where did the compass originate from?
Why are the technology and trade risin…
Which two religions had a mutual intol…
When did the Postclassical Age begin?
China
Trading more and more meant you must have better ships, navig…
Christians and Muslims
circa 500 CE
Where did the compass originate from?
China
Why are the technology and trade risin…
Trading more and more meant you must have better ships, navig…
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AP World History 1 Chapter 6 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 Chapter 6
Islam
Bedouins
Shayks
Mecca
-One God (Allah)... -Unites the Arabs
-Small groups of nomadic people in Arabia... -Tribal Battles ove…
-Leaders of Tribes/Clans... -Rich... -Many Wives... -Large Herds of An…
-Founded By Umayyads... -Part of Quraysh... -Ka'Ba (the Holy Rock i…
Islam
-One God (Allah)... -Unites the Arabs
Bedouins
-Small groups of nomadic people in Arabia... -Tribal Battles ove…
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AP World History Chapter 6
Axum
Ethiopia
By what year were the Kush flourishing…
What kind of writing did the Kush use?
Kingdom located in the Ethiopian highlands
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
1000 BCE
a writing form derived from Egyptian hieroglyphics (not yet f…
Axum
Kingdom located in the Ethiopian highlands
Ethiopia
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
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AP World History Chapter 6
What was the nature of the Abbasid gov…
What was the most significant of the t…
The Umayyads were threatened by all of…
The political and theological faction…
C
E
E
D
What was the nature of the Abbasid gov…
C
What was the most significant of the t…
E
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Chapter 6 & 7 AP world history
bedouin
Anamists
Ridda Wars
Jihads
nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
...
wars that followed Muhammad's death; resulted in the defeat o…
struggle, often used for wars in defensive of the faith
bedouin
nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Anamists
...
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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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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…
42 terms
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
42 terms
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
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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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World History - Chapter 6
Olmec
Maya
Aztec
Inca
1st American civilization
Civilization of independent city-states in Central America
Highly developed civilization in Mexcio
Civilization that emerged from the Andes mountains of South A…
Olmec
1st American civilization
Maya
Civilization of independent city-states in Central America
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AP World History - Chapter 6
Aspasia
Ban Zhao
Brahmins
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. (pron. BRAH-min)
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
A Chinese woman writer and court official (45-116 C.E.) whose…
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AP World History Chapter 6: Disgusting
bedouin
shaykhs
Mecca
Umayyad
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Leaders of tribes and clans within Bedouin society; usually m…
City located in mountainous region along Red Sea in Arabian p…
Clan of Quraysh that dominated politics and commercial econom…
bedouin
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
shaykhs
Leaders of tribes and clans within Bedouin society; usually m…
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AP World History Chapter 6
Agricultural revolutions and complex s…
Uneven distribution of humans a domest…
Variations in metallurgy and literacy
America isolation vrs. Africa in contact
Various disperse and almost simultaneous revolutions in agric…
The distribution of human communities and animals suitable fo…
Less use of metal and the lack of writing system led to more…
The Americans were isolated geographically until Liberian exp…
Agricultural revolutions and complex s…
Various disperse and almost simultaneous revolutions in agric…
Uneven distribution of humans a domest…
The distribution of human communities and animals suitable fo…
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Chapter 6-AP World History
Monsoon
Vedas
Varna
Jati
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean caused by the differences…
Early Indian sacred knowledge long preserved and communicated…
The four major social divisions: Brahmin priest class, Kshatr…
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 long preserved and communicated…
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AP World History Chapter 6
Bedouin [BEHD-oo-ihn]
Shaykhs [shayks]
Mecca
Umayyad [oo-MY-yad]
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Leaders of tribes and clans within bedouin society; usually m…
City located in mountainous region along Red Sea in Arabian p…
Clan of Quraysh that dominated politics and commercial econom…
Bedouin [BEHD-oo-ihn]
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Shaykhs [shayks]
Leaders of tribes and clans within bedouin society; usually m…
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AP World History Chapter 6
Harijan
professional civil service
Emperor Wu Di
Po Chu-I
"Children of God", another name for the untouchables
a system of selecting administrators
this emperor established an imperial academy where potential…
famous poet, wrote a poem called, "After Passing the Examinat…
Harijan
"Children of God", another name for the untouchables
professional civil service
a system of selecting administrators
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AP World History Chapter 6
Teotihuacan
Austronesians
Land Bridges
Popul Vah
A wealthy city-state ruled by a theocratic government
People who had advanced maritime craft and used them to reach…
Bridges that were exposed during the last ice age. They allow…
A Mayan book that survived the Spanish invaders. It teaches t…
Teotihuacan
A wealthy city-state ruled by a theocratic government
Austronesians
People who had advanced maritime craft and used them to reach…
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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…
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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…
22 terms
AP World History Chapter 6
Aspasia
Ban Zhao
Brahmins
Caste
A foreign woman resident in Athens and partner of the statesm…
A Chinese woman writer and court official whose work provides…
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 official whose work provides…
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…
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AP World History Chapter 6
Axum
Ehtiopia
Sahara
Shintoism
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…
Ehtiopia
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
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AP World History Chapter 6
Axum
Ethiopia
Sahara
Shintoism
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced Meroë in fir…
A Christian kingdom the developed in the highlands of Eastern…
Desert running across northern Africa; separates the Mediterr…
Religion of early Japanese culture; devotees worshipped numer…
Axum
Kingdom located in Ethiopian highlands; replaced Meroë in fir…
Ethiopia
A Christian kingdom the developed in the highlands of Eastern…
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World History Chapter 6
Republic
Patrician
Plebeian
Tribune
From the Latin prase meaning 'Public Affairs' this is a syste…
The hereditary aristocracy, or ruling class of ancient Rome w…
This group of ancient Romans made up most of the population,…
These were the officials elected by the plebeians to protect…
Republic
From the Latin prase meaning 'Public Affairs' this is a syste…
Patrician
The hereditary aristocracy, or ruling class of ancient Rome w…
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AP World History Chapter 6
monsoon
vedas
varna
caste system
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…
-top 3 levels Aryan & 4th not... -outcaste not a part of system…
monsoon
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean caused by the differences…
vedas
Early Indian sacred "knowledge" - the literal meaning of the…
26 terms
Ap world history chapter 6
Axum
Ethiopia
Sahara
Shintoism
Kingdom located in Ethopian highlands; replaced Meroë in firs…
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
Desert running across northern Africa; separates the Mediterr…
Religion of early Japanese culture,devotees worshipped numero…
Axum
Kingdom located in Ethopian highlands; replaced Meroë in firs…
Ethiopia
A Christian kingdom that developed in the highlands of easter…
20 terms
AP World History Chapter 6
By cutting slits onto his penis in a p…
The low sea levels during ice ages
All but one of the following is true r…
As for early agriculture in Mesoameric…
imitate the gods' sacrifice.
exposed land bridges that linked Siberia with Alaska and Aust…
Most of the migrants arrived by boat.
the settlers developed maize as their staple food around 5000…
By cutting slits onto his penis in a p…
imitate the gods' sacrifice.
The low sea levels during ice ages
exposed land bridges that linked Siberia with Alaska and Aust…
AP World History Chapter 6
Chavin and Moche
Mayan and Aztecs
Chicham River in Peru
The Temple of the Sun and Moon
What were two important civilizations in the Andes?
What two civilizations did the Olmecs influence?
Which river valley were the Moche residing?
What were the two temple names that the city of Moche was bui…
Chavin and Moche
What were two important civilizations in the Andes?
Mayan and Aztecs
What two civilizations did the Olmecs influence?
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Chapter 6- AP World History
Aspasia
Ban Zhao
Brahmins
caste
A foreign woman resident in Athens (470-400 B.C.E.) and partn…
A Chinese woman writer in 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 (470-400 B.C.E.) and partn…
Ban Zhao
A Chinese woman writer in court official (45-116 C.E.) whose…
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Ap World History (Chapter 6)
Bedouin
Shaykhs (sheiks)
Muhammad
Khadijah
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Leaders of tribes and clans within bedouin society; usually m…
Prophet of Islam; born c. 570 to Banu Hashin clan of Quryash…
First wife of the prophet Muhammad, who had worked for her as…
Bedouin
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula; culture based…
Shaykhs (sheiks)
Leaders of tribes and clans within bedouin society; usually m…
27 terms
AP World History: Chapter 6
Axum
Ethiopia
Sahara
Shintoism
a state in the Ethiopian highlands; replaced Meroe in first c…
A Christian that developed in the highlands of eastern Africa…
desert running across northern Africa; separates the Mediterr…
religion of the early Japanese court;devotees worshiped numer…
Axum
a state in the Ethiopian highlands; replaced Meroe in first c…
Ethiopia
A Christian that developed in the highlands of eastern Africa…
32 terms
AP World History Chapter 6
Mecca
Ramadan
Salat
Qu'ran
The holiest city in Islam. Within the surrounding area of the…
The holy month of Islam in which fasting occurs. The fast is…
Praying the verses of the Qu'ran five times a day. This demon…
The holy book of Islam. It is the true word of Allah as revea…
Mecca
The holiest city in Islam. Within the surrounding area of the…
Ramadan
The holy month of Islam in which fasting occurs. The fast is…
20 terms
AP World History Chapter 6
Empress Wu
Samskara
Scholar gentry
Helots
Former high-ranking concubine of the imperial Chinese court w…
Hindu ritual that serves as an initiation phase between the d…
Wealthy land-owning aristocratic class of classical Chinese s…
Spartan slaves, who largely outnumbered the free citizens of…
Empress Wu
Former high-ranking concubine of the imperial Chinese court w…
Samskara
Hindu ritual that serves as an initiation phase between the d…
30 terms
AP World History Chapter 6
Abbasids
5 Pillars of Islam
Hijrah
Ishmael
2nd Dynasty of Islam, the Golden Age
Belief, Prayer, Charity, Fasting and Pilgrimage
When Muhammed fled to Medina because he was being persecuted
Abraham's son who was supposed to be sacrificed as an offerin…
Abbasids
2nd Dynasty of Islam, the Golden Age
5 Pillars of Islam
Belief, Prayer, Charity, Fasting and Pilgrimage
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