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AP World History Chapter 7
dhow
Al-Mahdi
Harun al-Rashid
Emissaries
a lateen-rigged sailing vessel used by Arabs
Third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but failed to reconci…
Most famous of Abbasid caliphs; renowned for sumptuous and co…
a representative sent on a mission or errand
dhow
a lateen-rigged sailing vessel used by Arabs
Al-Mahdi
Third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but failed to reconci…
31 terms
Ap World History Chapter 7
Abbasid Empire
Harun al Rashid
Women
Slaves
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
-Increased subjugation of women... -Confined and Secluded... -Could…
-Were prized for their:... -Education... -Beauty... -Entertainment pur…
Abbasid Empire
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
Harun al Rashid
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
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AP World History Chapter 7
Silk Road (4)
Black Death (3)
Mediterranean trade route (3)
Indian Ocean Trading Network (5)
Land based (1) trade routes (1) that linked Eurasia (1). Init…
The massive epidemic (1) that swept Eurasia (1) in the fourte…
Ancient (1) sea-based routes (1). Venice and Alexandria (1) w…
The world's largest sea-based system (1) of communication and…
Silk Road (4)
Land based (1) trade routes (1) that linked Eurasia (1). Init…
Black Death (3)
The massive epidemic (1) that swept Eurasia (1) in the fourte…
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Chapter 7 AP World History Vocab Networks of Communication and Exchange
Silk Road
Parthinians
Sassanid empire
Stirrup
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 BCE. and 226 ce
Iranian emoire, established ca. 224, with a capital in Ctesip…
Device for securing a horseman's feet, enabling him to wield…
Silk Road
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
Parthinians
Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 BCE. and 226 ce
31 terms
Ap World History Chapter 7
Abbasid Empire
Harun al Rashid
Women
Slaves
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
-Increased subjugation of women... -Confined and Secluded... -Could…
-Were prized for their:... -Education... -Beauty... -Entertainment pur…
Abbasid Empire
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
Harun al Rashid
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
31 terms
Ap World History Chapter 7
Abbasid Empire
Harun al Rashid
Women
Slaves
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
-Increased subjugation of women... -Confined and Secluded... -Could…
-Were prized for their:... -Education... -Beauty... -Entertainment pur…
Abbasid Empire
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
Harun al Rashid
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
AP World History Chapter 7
al-Mahdi
Harun al-Rashid
Buyids
Seljuk Turks
(775-785) the third Abbasid caliph
(786-809) He was the caliph of the Abbasid dynasty during its…
Regional splinter dynasty of the mid-10th century; invaded an…
a group of nomadic invaders from central Asia via Persia
al-Mahdi
(775-785) the third Abbasid caliph
Harun al-Rashid
(786-809) He was the caliph of the Abbasid dynasty during its…
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Chapter 7 AP World History
Iran
Cyrus, Darius
Parthians
Bactria
Since the Revolution of 1979, Iran has been ruled by a comple…
Cyrus II of Persia, commonly known as Cyrus the Great and als…
The Parthian Empire was the result of the Roman destruction o…
Bactria was a province of the Persian empire located in moder…
Iran
Since the Revolution of 1979, Iran has been ruled by a comple…
Cyrus, Darius
Cyrus II of Persia, commonly known as Cyrus the Great and als…
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AP World History - Chapter 7 - The Empires of Persia
Achaemenid Empire
Medes and Persians
Cyrus
Darius
A Persian empire based on growth, military, and governing
Migrated from Asia; Military; Horses; Pastorialists
Military strategist; King of Persian tribes; Conquered Iran,…
Ruled from Indus River to Aegean Sea; Administrator
Achaemenid Empire
A Persian empire based on growth, military, and governing
Medes and Persians
Migrated from Asia; Military; Horses; Pastorialists
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AP World History Chapter 7
al-Mahdi
Harun al-Rashid
Buyids
Seljuk Turks
(775-785) the third Abbasid caliph
(786-809) He was the caliph of the Abbasid dynasty during its…
Regional splinter dynasty of the mid-10th century; invaded an…
a group of nomadic invaders from central Asia via Persia
al-Mahdi
(775-785) the third Abbasid caliph
Harun al-Rashid
(786-809) He was the caliph of the Abbasid dynasty during its…
31 terms
Ap World History Chapter 7
Abbasid Empire
Harun al Rashid
Women
Slaves
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
-Increased subjugation of women... -Confined and Secluded... -Could…
-Were prized for their:... -Education... -Beauty... -Entertainment pur…
Abbasid Empire
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
Harun al Rashid
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
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AP World History Chapter 7
Seljuk Turks...
Crusades...
Ulama...
Sufis...
Nomadic invaders from central Asia via Persia; staunch Sunnis…
Series of military adventures initially launched by Western C…
Orthodox religious scholars within Islam; pressed for a more…
Mystics within Islam; responsible for expansion of Islam to s…
Seljuk Turks...
Nomadic invaders from central Asia via Persia; staunch Sunnis…
Crusades...
Series of military adventures initially launched by Western C…
31 terms
Ap World History Chapter 7
Abbasid Empire
Harun al Rashid
Women
Slaves
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
-Increased subjugation of women... -Confined and Secluded... -Could…
-Were prized for their:... -Education... -Beauty... -Entertainment pur…
Abbasid Empire
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
Harun al Rashid
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
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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…
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AP World History--Chapter 7
List four major reasons for the declin…
List four groups that revolted against…
Describe caliph al-Mahdi and the probl…
What was al-Mahdi's attitude toward th…
Shi'a revolts and assassination attempts against Abbasid offi…
Peasants... Gangs... Vagabonds... Shi'a sects
He wavered between his sons on whom should succeed. Allowed h…
al-Mahdi wanted to reconcile with Shi'a opposition to Abbasid…
List four major reasons for the declin…
Shi'a revolts and assassination attempts against Abbasid offi…
List four groups that revolted against…
Peasants... Gangs... Vagabonds... Shi'a sects
47 terms
AP World History Chapter 7
dhow
Al-Mahdi
Harun al-Rashid
Emissaries
a lateen-rigged sailing vessel used by Arabs
Third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but failed to reconci…
Most famous of Abbasid caliphs; renowned for sumptuous and co…
a representative sent on a mission or errand
dhow
a lateen-rigged sailing vessel used by Arabs
Al-Mahdi
Third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but failed to reconci…
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AP World History 1 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…
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AP World History 1 Chapter 7 Terms
American Web
Black Death
Borobudur
Bubonic Plague
A term used to describe the network of trade that linked part…
The name given to the massive epidemic that swept Eurasia in…
The largest Buddhist monument anywhere in the world, _______…
A highly fatal disease transmitted by fleas; it devastated th…
American Web
A term used to describe the network of trade that linked part…
Black Death
The name given to the massive epidemic that swept Eurasia in…
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AP World History Chapter 7
The major early turning point in the r…
The leaders of the Lydians who fell to…
In organizing their empire, Persian ru…
Which of the following lists of Persia…
Victory of Cyrus over Lydia
Croesus
Mesopotamians
Achaemenids, Seleucids, Parthians, Sasanids
The major early turning point in the r…
Victory of Cyrus over Lydia
The leaders of the Lydians who fell to…
Croesus
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AP World History Chapter 7
what was the rule of succession to the…
how did the shi'i react to the later a…
what was the result of the civil wars…
what did the abbasid creation of the h…
there was no accepted rule of succession
shi'i revolts and assassination attempts plagued the dynasty
candidates for the throne recognized the need to build up per…
the increasing seclusion of women from public light
what was the rule of succession to the…
there was no accepted rule of succession
how did the shi'i react to the later a…
shi'i revolts and assassination attempts plagued the dynasty
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AP World History Chapter 7 Strayer
American Web
Black Death
Ghana, Mali, Songhay
Great Zimbabwe
The network of trade that linked parts of the pre-Columbian A…
Name given to the massive epidemic that swept Eurasia in the…
A series of important states that developed in the western an…
A powerful state in the African interior that apparently emer…
American Web
The network of trade that linked parts of the pre-Columbian A…
Black Death
Name given to the massive epidemic that swept Eurasia in the…
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Ap World History Chapter 7
Abbasid Empire
Harun al Rashid
Women
Slaves
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
-Increased subjugation of women... -Confined and Secluded... -Could…
-Were prized for their:... -Education... -Beauty... -Entertainment pur…
Abbasid Empire
-Coalition with the Mawali... -Capital: Baghdad... -(Center of Lear…
Harun al Rashid
-Extremely powerful and rich... -Abbasid Empire Caliph... -Used Per…
25 terms
Chapter 7 AP World History
Iran
Cyrus, Darius
Parthians
Bactria
Since the Revolution of 1979, Iran has been ruled by a comple…
Cyrus II of Persia, commonly known as Cyrus the Great and als…
The Parthian Empire was the result of the Roman destruction o…
Bactria was a province of the Persian empire located in moder…
Iran
Since the Revolution of 1979, Iran has been ruled by a comple…
Cyrus, Darius
Cyrus II of Persia, commonly known as Cyrus the Great and als…
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AP World History: Chapter 7
Meroe
Axum
Niger Valley Civilization
Bantu Expansion
-Ancient Nubian civilization located in the Nile Valley south…
-Ancient civilization located in the Horn of Africa (present-…
-Civilization located along Niger River in West Africa.... -Sign…
-Located in southern Africa.... -Bantu-speaking peoples migrated…
Meroe
-Ancient Nubian civilization located in the Nile Valley south…
Axum
-Ancient civilization located in the Horn of Africa (present-…
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AP World History Chapter 7 (China)
assimilation
vassal
tributary status
What were the philosophies of rule in…
the process by which different ethnic groups lose their disti…
a low-ranking political ruler or state that is subordinate an…
the relationship of a low-ranking state to a more powerful on…
•Confucianism, Daoism, and Legalism emerged as the leading ph…
assimilation
the process by which different ethnic groups lose their disti…
vassal
a low-ranking political ruler or state that is subordinate an…
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AP World History Webb Chapter 7
al-Mahdi
Harun al-Rashid
Seljuk Turks
Ottoman Empire
The third Abbasid caliph, who enjoyed luxury. He offended the…
One of the most famous Abbasid caliphs (this is who the tales…
These nomadic Sunni Muslims conquered the Abbasids in 1055 an…
An empire based in Anatolia (also Asia Minor or Turkey) which…
al-Mahdi
The third Abbasid caliph, who enjoyed luxury. He offended the…
Harun al-Rashid
One of the most famous Abbasid caliphs (this is who the tales…
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Chapter 7 AP World History
The Seleucid kings focused their energ…
________ made the Silk Road possible b…
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
What did the Chinese want to import fr…
Parthians
Pastoral nomads
further Chinese economic interests
A variety of Western goods, especially horses.
The Seleucid kings focused their energ…
Parthians
________ made the Silk Road possible b…
Pastoral nomads
AP World History--Chapter 7
List four major reasons for the declin…
List four groups that revolted against…
Describe caliph al-Mahdi and the probl…
What was al-Mahdi's attitude toward th…
Shi'a revolts and assassination attempts against Abbasid offi…
Peasants... Gangs... Vagabonds... Shi'a sects
He wavered between his sons on whom should succeed. Allowed h…
al-Mahdi wanted to reconcile with Shi'a opposition to Abbasid…
List four major reasons for the declin…
Shi'a revolts and assassination attempts against Abbasid offi…
List four groups that revolted against…
Peasants... Gangs... Vagabonds... Shi'a sects
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Chapter 7 - The Americas - AP World History
Cahokia
Khipu
mit'a system
tribute system
- historical site located near modern-day East St. Louis, Ill…
- system of cords and beads for counting... - Inca bureaucrats w…
- each person owed compulsory labor services to a state under…
- system in which defeated people were forced to pay a tax in…
Cahokia
- historical site located near modern-day East St. Louis, Ill…
Khipu
- system of cords and beads for counting... - Inca bureaucrats w…
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AP World History Chapter 7: Wtf
lateen
al-Mahdi
Harun al-Rashid
Buyids
Triangular sails attached to the masts of dhows by long booms…
Third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but failed to reconci…
Most famous of Abbasid caliphs; renowned for sumptuous and co…
Regional splinter dynasty of the mid-10th century; invaded an…
lateen
Triangular sails attached to the masts of dhows by long booms…
al-Mahdi
Third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but failed to reconci…
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Chapter 7 (AP World History)
Victory of Cyrus over Lydia
Croesus
Mesopotamians
Achaemenids, Seleucids, Parthians, Sas…
The major early turning point in the rise of the Persian empi…
The leader of the Lydians who fell to Cyrus was...
In organizing their empire, Persian rulers relied heavily on…
What is the chronological order of the Persian empires?
Victory of Cyrus over Lydia
The major early turning point in the rise of the Persian empi…
Croesus
The leader of the Lydians who fell to Cyrus was...
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AP World History Chapter 7 Vocabulary
lateen
al-Mahdi
Harun al-Rashid
Buyids
triangular sails attached to the masts of dhows by long boons…
(r.775-785) third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but faile…
one of the great Islamic rulers of the Abbasid era
regional splinter dynasty of the mid-10th century; invaded an…
lateen
triangular sails attached to the masts of dhows by long boons…
al-Mahdi
(r.775-785) third of the Abbasid caliphs; attempted but faile…
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…
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World History Chapter 7
Mauryan Empire
Asoka
Religious Toleration
Tamil
The first Empire to unify most of the Indian subcontinent. It…
The grandson of Chandragupta who ruled the Mauryan Empire and…
The acceptance of people who held different religious beliefs.
The language of the Tamil people who live in southern India.…
Mauryan Empire
The first Empire to unify most of the Indian subcontinent. It…
Asoka
The grandson of Chandragupta who ruled the Mauryan Empire and…
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AP World History-Chapter 7
Axum
Niger Valley Civilization
Bantu expansion
Mayan Civilization
A town of northern Ethiopia. It was the capital of an empire…
A civilization that developed on the western Africa. Key feat…
Bantu-speaking people who expanded their territory vastly; ac…
A member of a major pre-Columbian civilization of the Yucatán…
Axum
A town of northern Ethiopia. It was the capital of an empire…
Niger Valley Civilization
A civilization that developed on the western Africa. Key feat…
Chapter 7/8 vocab-AP World History
Silk Roads
Black Death
Indian Ocean Trading Network
Srijaya
A system of ancient caravan routes across Central Asia, along…
A disease carried by the Mongol empire that wiped out half of…
The world's largest sea-based system of comunication and exch…
A Malay kingdom in the critical choke point of Indian Ocean t…
Silk Roads
A system of ancient caravan routes across Central Asia, along…
Black Death
A disease carried by the Mongol empire that wiped out half of…
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Ap world history chapter 7
Uneven distribution of goods and resco…
Frankincense and myrrh
Salt
Merchants
Natural or from human activity; motivated exchange
Grown in southern Arabia and had consumers from Egypt, Babylo…
Came from west Africab Sahara mines. used for human diets sea…
Became a distinct social group viewed in suspicion of others…
Uneven distribution of goods and resco…
Natural or from human activity; motivated exchange
Frankincense and myrrh
Grown in southern Arabia and had consumers from Egypt, Babylo…
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AP world history chapter 7
II. The African Northeast
III. ( The Niger Valley: Cities withou…
IV. South of the Equator: The World of…
V. Civilizations of Mesoamerica
A. Africa had( no common cultural ) identity in the classical…
A. There was major urbanization along the middle stretches of…
A. Movement of Bantu-speaking peoples into Africa south of eq…
A. There was a lack of interaction with other major cultures,…
II. The African Northeast
A. Africa had( no common cultural ) identity in the classical…
III. ( The Niger Valley: Cities withou…
A. There was major urbanization along the middle stretches of…
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AP World History Chapter 7
Silk Road
Parthians
Sasanid Empire
Stirrup
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 B.C.E. and 226 C.E.
Iranian empire, established ca. 226, with a capital in Ctesip…
Device for securing a horseman's feet, enabling him to wield…
Silk Road
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
Parthians
Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 B.C.E. and 226 C.E.
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AP World History Chapter 7- Vocabulary Terms
Silk Road
Parthians
Sasanid Empire
Stirrup
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 B.C.E. and 226 C.E.
Iranian empire, established ca. 226, with a capital in Ctesip…
Device for securing a horseman's feet, enabling him to wield…
Silk Road
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
Parthians
Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 B.C.E. and 226 C.E.
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Stearns AP World History Chapter 7
Lateen
Buyids
Seljuk Turks
Crusades
Triangular sail attached to the masts of dhows by long booms,…
Regional splinter dynasty of the mid-10th century; invaded an…
Nomadic invaders from central Asia via Persia; staunch Sunnis…
(1095-1204) Armed pilgrimages to the Holy Land by Christians…
Lateen
Triangular sail attached to the masts of dhows by long booms,…
Buyids
Regional splinter dynasty of the mid-10th century; invaded an…
21 terms
AP World History -- Chapter 7
Bedouin
Shaykhs
Mecca
Medina
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…
Also known as Yathrib; town located northeast of Mecca; grew…
Bedouin
Nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian Peninsula; culture based…
Shaykhs
Leaders of tribes and clans within bedouin society; usually m…
76 terms
AP World History Chapter 7
Eurasia, Africa, Americas
humus
Saint Augustine
Nubian civilization
___________ was home to more than 80% of the world's populati…
a vegetable matter in Africa
Christianity spread widely, giving rise to some of the early…
this civilization laid in the Nile Valley south of Egypt, and…
Eurasia, Africa, Americas
___________ was home to more than 80% of the world's populati…
humus
a vegetable matter in Africa
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AP WORLD HISTORY CHAPTER 7
Ancestral Pueblo
Apendemek
Axum
Bantu Expansion
Also the Anasazi. The mound building cultures that lived in s…
Lion God
Town of northern Ethiopia; capital of an empire that controll…
Bantu-speaking people who expanded their territory by acquiri…
Ancestral Pueblo
Also the Anasazi. The mound building cultures that lived in s…
Apendemek
Lion God
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AP World History Chapter 7:
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…
10 terms
Ap World History Chapter 7
Meroë
Axum
Niger River Valley Civilization
Bantu Expansion
Capital of a flourishing kingdom in Southern Nubia that was t…
New civilization that lay in Eritrea and Northern Ethiopia an…
A civilization that developed in Western Africa South of the…
Gradual migration of Bantu speaking peoples from the homeland…
Meroë
Capital of a flourishing kingdom in Southern Nubia that was t…
Axum
New civilization that lay in Eritrea and Northern Ethiopia an…
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Chapter 7- AP World History
Ancestral Pueblo
Apedemek
Axum
Bantu expansion
Formally known as the Anasazi, this people established a mixe…
The lion god of classical Meroë; his popularity shows a turn…
Classical-era kingdom of East Africa, in present-day Eritrea…
The gradual migration of Bantu-speaking peoples from their ho…
Ancestral Pueblo
Formally known as the Anasazi, this people established a mixe…
Apedemek
The lion god of classical Meroë; his popularity shows a turn…
19 terms
AP World History Chapter 7
Annam
Confucius
Confucianism
Civil Service Exams
-colony (now Northern Vietnam)... -China held Annam as a colony…
-aka Kong Fuzi... -551-479 BCE... -philosopher and political advise…
-religion of optimistic humanity... -felt that government should…
-examination to help select candidates for the state bureaucr…
Annam
-colony (now Northern Vietnam)... -China held Annam as a colony…
Confucius
-aka Kong Fuzi... -551-479 BCE... -philosopher and political advise…
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AP World History - Chapter 7
The Achaemenid Empire
Cyris the Achaemenid
Darius
Achaemenid administration
Medes and Persians migrated from central Asia to Persia befor…
"The Shepard" (reigned 588-530 B.C.E)... -Became king of Persian…
largest extent of empire; population 35 million(reigned 521-4…
-23 satrapies (Persian governors), appointed by central gover…
The Achaemenid Empire
Medes and Persians migrated from central Asia to Persia befor…
Cyris the Achaemenid
"The Shepard" (reigned 588-530 B.C.E)... -Became king of Persian…
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AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 7
3 similarities in the development of h…
world population at the beginning of t…
Americas vs Africa
The African Northeast
(1) human migration... (2) independent agricultural revolutions…
250 million
(1) Americas lacked animals suitable for domestication, had l…
(1) no common cultural identity... (2) great environmental varia…
3 similarities in the development of h…
(1) human migration... (2) independent agricultural revolutions…
world population at the beginning of t…
250 million
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