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Muslim-culture
Five Pillars-culture
Sharia-political
Hijra-interaction
a believer or follower of Islam
The basic tenets of Islam: Allah is the only god and Muhammad…
the Islamic system of law
Muhammad's move to Medina. Start of the Islamic calendar (632…
Muslim-culture
a believer or follower of Islam
Five Pillars-culture
The basic tenets of Islam: Allah is the only god and Muhammad…
AP World
Agrarian (Social ,cultural and economic)
Barbarian (social and cultural)
Boddhisatva ( Social and interactions)
Bureaucracy (Social ,economic and poli…
The cultivation of land.
Person in a savage or primitive state.
A person who is able to reach nirvana but delays it out of co…
A system of government in which most of the decisions are mad…
Agrarian (Social ,cultural and economic)
The cultivation of land.
Barbarian (social and cultural)
Person in a savage or primitive state.
42 terms
AP World Period 3
Trans -Saharan Trade
Islam
Caliphate
Crusades
Trade of goods through the Sahara dessert ... Goods: Salt, gold,…
Monotheistic religion created in the 7th century by Arabic me…
A regional state unified by Islam
A series of Christian vs Muslim military campaigns for the "h…
Trans -Saharan Trade
Trade of goods through the Sahara dessert ... Goods: Salt, gold,…
Islam
Monotheistic religion created in the 7th century by Arabic me…
81 terms
AP World History: Ancient World
Agriculture
Agrarian
Bands/ Clans
Barbarian
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
extended family groups that generally lived together
without civilizing influences
Agriculture
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
Agrarian
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
AP World Religions
atman
Brahman
Brahmin
Dharma
The eternal self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
The eternal essence of reality and the source of the universe…
the highest of the four classes of the caste system, traditio…
Ethical duty based on the divine order of reality; in Hinduis…
atman
The eternal self, which the Upanishads identify with Brahman;…
Brahman
The eternal essence of reality and the source of the universe…
89 terms
AP World Classical Era
Achaemenid Empire
Darius of Persia
Persepolis
Qanat
First Persian Empire, founded by Cyrus the Great. Pastoral wi…
conquered Indus, Gandhara, Thrace, and Macedon
central administration of Achaemenid Empire
underground canals for irrigation in the Persian empire
Achaemenid Empire
First Persian Empire, founded by Cyrus the Great. Pastoral wi…
Darius of Persia
conquered Indus, Gandhara, Thrace, and Macedon
41 terms
AP World Period 3
Trans -Saharan Trade
Islam
Caliphate
Crusades
Trade of goods through the Sahara dessert ... Goods: Salt, gold,…
Monotheistic religion created in the 7th century by Arabic me…
A regional state unified by Islam
A series of Christian vs Muslim military campaigns for the "h…
Trans -Saharan Trade
Trade of goods through the Sahara dessert ... Goods: Salt, gold,…
Islam
Monotheistic religion created in the 7th century by Arabic me…
80 terms
AP World History: Ancient World
Agriculture
Agrarian
Bands/ Clans
Barbarian
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
extended family groups that generally lived together
without civilizing influences
Agriculture
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
Agrarian
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
29 terms
AP World Regions
Africa
The Carribean
Central Asia
Australasia
2nd largest continent
A region of North America, once known as the West Indies
Dominated by the Silk Roads up until the modern era
The continent of Australian and related islands
Africa
2nd largest continent
The Carribean
A region of North America, once known as the West Indies
1,635 terms
AP World History Flashcard
Mesopotamia
Fertile Crescent
ziggurat
pictograms
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers gave life to the first known…
A temple tower of ancient Mesopotamia, constructed of square…
A pictorial symbol or sign representing an object or concept.…
Mesopotamia
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
Fertile Crescent
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers gave life to the first known…
69 terms
AP World Post Classical
600-1450
Byzantine Empire
Swahili
Timbuktu
The dates for the post-Classical time period.
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Bantu language with Arabic loanwords spoken in coastal region…
Mali trading city that became a center of wealth and learning
600-1450
The dates for the post-Classical time period.
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
1,635 terms
AP World History
Mesopotamia
Fertile Crescent
ziggurat
pictograms
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers gave life to the first known…
A temple tower of ancient Mesopotamia, constructed of square…
A pictorial symbol or sign representing an object or concept.…
Mesopotamia
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
Fertile Crescent
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers gave life to the first known…
69 terms
AP World Post Classical
600-1450
Byzantine Empire
Swahili
Timbuktu
The dates for the post-Classical time period.
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Bantu language with Arabic loanwords spoken in coastal region…
Mali trading city that became a center of wealth and learning
600-1450
The dates for the post-Classical time period.
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
21 terms
AP World Periodizations
Pre-History to 600 BCE
600 BCE to 600 CE
600 CE to 1450 CE
1450 CE to 1750 CE
Technological & Environmental Transformations
Organization & Re-organization of Human Societies
Regional & Transregional Interactions
Global Interactions
Pre-History to 600 BCE
Technological & Environmental Transformations
600 BCE to 600 CE
Organization & Re-organization of Human Societies
World Geography for AP World
North America
Central America
Caribbean
South America
North America
Central America
AP World History Religions
Why did we develop belief systems?
Polytheism
Monotheism
Animism
Because humans have always needed to understand natural pheno…
Belief in many gods
Belief in one God
-They practice nature worship... -They believe that everything h…
Why did we develop belief systems?
Because humans have always needed to understand natural pheno…
Polytheism
Belief in many gods
World Geography for AP World
North America
Central America
Caribbean
South America
North America
Central America
69 terms
AP World Post Classical
600-1450
Byzantine Empire
Swahili
Timbuktu
The dates for the post-Classical time period.
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Bantu language with Arabic loanwords spoken in coastal region…
Mali trading city that became a center of wealth and learning
600-1450
The dates for the post-Classical time period.
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
40 terms
AP World Unit 1
North America
Caribbean
Latin America
Central Africa
North America
Caribbean
258 terms
AP World
During the Paleolithic Age...
During the Neolithic Revolution...
A civilization is...
Sumer was located where?
hunted and gathered food... people lived in small bands... cave pai…
some farming... animal domestication... walled cities
a society with different rankings of people
Mesopotamia
During the Paleolithic Age...
hunted and gathered food... people lived in small bands... cave pai…
During the Neolithic Revolution...
some farming... animal domestication... walled cities
AP World
Yellow Turbans
Harsha
Diocletian
Justinian
Chinese Daoists who launched a revolt in 184 C.E., promising…
(r.606-648 CE) He restored centralized rule in northern India…
Roman emperor who divided the empire into a West and an East…
Byzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered muc…
Yellow Turbans
Chinese Daoists who launched a revolt in 184 C.E., promising…
Harsha
(r.606-648 CE) He restored centralized rule in northern India…
29 terms
AP WORLD
Ottoman empire
Osman
Battle of kosovo
Bayazid I
Most long lived of the empires after the mongols
Founder of the ottoman empire
Ottomans captured the Serbian kingdom
The thunderbolt... Defeated by Timur at the battle of Ankara
Ottoman empire
Most long lived of the empires after the mongols
Osman
Founder of the ottoman empire
AP WORLD
Agrarian ... -economic
Barbarian... -political
boddhisatva... -cultural
bureaucracy... -Political
relating to land, land tenure, or the division of landed prop…
a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized person
a person who has attained prajna, or Enlightenment, but who p…
the body of officials and administrators, especially of a gov…
Agrarian ... -economic
relating to land, land tenure, or the division of landed prop…
Barbarian... -political
a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized person
43 terms
AP World Period 4
African Diaspora
Akbar
Aurangzeb
Benin
Name given to the spread of African peoples across the Atlant…
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Mughal emperor (r. 1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
West African kingdom (in what is now Nigeria) whose strong ki…
African Diaspora
Name given to the spread of African peoples across the Atlant…
Akbar
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
51 terms
AP World 1450-1750
Age of Reason
Akbar the Great (Mughal India)
John Calvin
Columbian Exchange
Europe 17th and 18th centuries. aka - "The Enlightenment" - s…
(r.1556-1605) of Mughal Empire. Established absolute power of…
1509 - 1564. Frenchman who developed a Christian sect known a…
- Exchange between the New and Old Worlds. Plants, foods, ani…
Age of Reason
Europe 17th and 18th centuries. aka - "The Enlightenment" - s…
Akbar the Great (Mughal India)
(r.1556-1605) of Mughal Empire. Established absolute power of…
67 terms
AP World History: Ancient World
Agriculture
Agrarian
Bands/ Clans
Barbarian
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
extended family groups that generally lived together
without civilizing influences
Agriculture
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
Agrarian
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
34 terms
AP World Chapter 1
Hunting & Gathering
Civilization
Paleolithic
Neolithic
means of obtaining food by humans before the mastery of seden…
societies that rely on sedentary agriculture, have the abilit…
The Old Stone Age. Use of stone tools and hunter gatherer soc…
New Stone Age. adaptation of sedentary agriculture and domest…
Hunting & Gathering
means of obtaining food by humans before the mastery of seden…
Civilization
societies that rely on sedentary agriculture, have the abilit…
AP World Period 6
blitzkrieg
European Economic Community
European Union
Fascism
German term meaning "lightning war," used to describe Germany…
The EEC (also known as the Common Market) was an alliance for…
The final step in a series of arrangements to increase cooper…
Political ideology marked by its intense nationalism and auth…
blitzkrieg
German term meaning "lightning war," used to describe Germany…
European Economic Community
The EEC (also known as the Common Market) was an alliance for…
AP World History "-Isms"
Absolutism
Anarchism
Anti-Semitism
Chartism
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
a political theory favoring the abolition of governments
policies, views, or actions that harm or discriminate against…
the principles of a body of 19th century English reformers wh…
Absolutism
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Anarchism
a political theory favoring the abolition of governments
AP World History Unit 2
Caste System
Patriarchy
Matriarchal
Mandate of Heaven
a class structure that is determined by birth. Loosely, it me…
A male dominated society
A female dominated society
an ancient Chinese belief and philosophical idea that tiān (h…
Caste System
a class structure that is determined by birth. Loosely, it me…
Patriarchy
A male dominated society
24 terms
AP World - Chapter 11
Toltecs
Aztecs
Tenochtitlan
Pipiltin
Nomadic peoples from beyond the northern frontier of sedentar…
The Mexica; one of the nomadic tribes that penetrated into th…
Founded circa 1325 on a marshy island in Lake Texcoco; became…
Nobility in Aztec society; formed by intermarriage of Aztecs…
Toltecs
Nomadic peoples from beyond the northern frontier of sedentar…
Aztecs
The Mexica; one of the nomadic tribes that penetrated into th…
56 terms
AP World Strayer Chapter 10
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Ottoman Empire
Eastern Orthodoxy
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
A Muslim empire based in Turkey that lasted from the 1300's t…
Church established in the Byzantine Empire after the split fr…
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Constantinople
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
World Map AP World
North America: Canada
North America: Mexico
North America: USA
Latin America: Mexico
North America: Canada
North America: Mexico
Period 3 - AP World History
Mecca
Medina
Umayyad
Muhammad
Arabian commercial center; dominated by the Quraysh; the home…
town northeast of Mecca; asked Muhammad to resolve its interg…
clan of the Quraysh that dominated Mecca; later an Islamic dy…
(570-632); prophet of Allah; originally a merchant of the Qur…
Mecca
Arabian commercial center; dominated by the Quraysh; the home…
Medina
town northeast of Mecca; asked Muhammad to resolve its interg…
64 terms
AP WORLD CH 10 STRAYER
Byzantine Empire
1453
Constantinople
Ottoman Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Date that the Byzantine Empire's capital was conquered by the…
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
A Muslim empire based in Turkey that lasted from the 1300's t…
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
1453
Date that the Byzantine Empire's capital was conquered by the…
13 terms
AP World
527-565
600
1250
989
Justinian, Corpus Juris Civilis,
Maya, Maize, Papal Vuh
Thomas Aquinas, Scholasticism, Medieval Europe
Prince Vladimir, Cyrillic, Kievan Russia,
527-565
Justinian, Corpus Juris Civilis,
600
Maya, Maize, Papal Vuh
1,520 terms
Complete AP World History Terms
Mesopotamia
Fertile Crescent
ziggurat
pictograms
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers gave life to the first known…
A temple tower of ancient Mesopotamia, constructed of square…
A pictorial symbol or sign representing an object or concept
Mesopotamia
A region between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers that develop…
Fertile Crescent
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers gave life to the first known…
Ap world
paleolithic
neolithic
hominids
nomads
early phase of stone age/ primitive stone element were used
denoting the later part of stone age, when polish stone or we…
a primate of family that includes humans and their fossil anc…
a member of a people having no permanent home/ place to live…
paleolithic
early phase of stone age/ primitive stone element were used
neolithic
denoting the later part of stone age, when polish stone or we…
AP World - Chapter 15
King Harsha
Conquest of Sind
Mahmud of Ghazni
The Delhi Sultanate
- 608-648... - takes control of Bengal at 16 years old... - kingdom…
- 711 ... - acquired by Umayyad Caliphate ... - Cambay = major trad…
- parton of the arts... - northwestern Indian subcontinent ... - lo…
- worked hard to promote Muslim beliefs and culture... - blended…
King Harsha
- 608-648... - takes control of Bengal at 16 years old... - kingdom…
Conquest of Sind
- 711 ... - acquired by Umayyad Caliphate ... - Cambay = major trad…
AP World History Regions
North America
Caribbean
Latin America
Central Africa
North America
Caribbean
125 terms
Period 3 - AP World History
Bedouin
Mecca
Medina
Umayyad
nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula with a culture…
Arabian commercial center; dominated by the Quraysh; the home…
town northeast of Mecca; asked Muhammad to resolve its interg…
clan of the Quraysh that dominated Mecca; later an Islamic dy…
Bedouin
nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula with a culture…
Mecca
Arabian commercial center; dominated by the Quraysh; the home…
48 terms
AP World Chapter 23
Industrial Revolution
age of revolution
population revolution
American Revolution
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
Period of politcal upheaval beginning roughly with the Americ…
huge growth in population in Western Europe beginning about 1…
1775- 1787. Americans were fed up that Britain had been taxin…
Industrial Revolution
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
age of revolution
Period of politcal upheaval beginning roughly with the Americ…
80 terms
AP World History- Unit 3
Buddhism
Daoism
Equal field system
Grand canal
came to china over the silk roads. It is a religion that desi…
Chinese philosophy with origins in the Zhou dynasty; it is as…
Chinese system during the Tang dynasty in which the goal was…
One of the world's largest waterworks projects before modern…
Buddhism
came to china over the silk roads. It is a religion that desi…
Daoism
Chinese philosophy with origins in the Zhou dynasty; it is as…
59 terms
AP World History Unit 1
Sumer
Sumerian City-States
Sargon of Akkad
Hammurabi and the Babylonian Empire
first known civilization which existed in the southern half o…
cities which became states to prevent conflicts and and overs…
The creator of empire in Mesopatamia. ( a city near Kish and…
Leader (1792-1750 B.C.E.) who further organized the governmen…
Sumer
first known civilization which existed in the southern half o…
Sumerian City-States
cities which became states to prevent conflicts and and overs…
125 terms
AP World History - Period 3
Bedouin
Mecca
Medina
Umayyad
nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula with a culture…
Arabian commercial center; dominated by the Quraysh; the home…
town northeast of Mecca; asked Muhammad to resolve its interg…
clan of the Quraysh that dominated Mecca; later an Islamic dy…
Bedouin
nomadic pastoralists of the Arabian peninsula with a culture…
Mecca
Arabian commercial center; dominated by the Quraysh; the home…
111 terms
AP World Module 5
Mesopotamia
Fertile Crescent
First Cataract of the Nile
Cataract
"land between rivers" ... Between the Tigris and Euphrates River…
Northern Syria and southeast Anatolia... Fertile land in a regio…
The southern boundary of Egypt
Part of a river with a series of impassable rocks and rapids
Mesopotamia
"land between rivers" ... Between the Tigris and Euphrates River…
Fertile Crescent
Northern Syria and southeast Anatolia... Fertile land in a regio…
23 terms
Chapter 21 - AP World
Rabban Sauma
Sufis
Masaccio
Da Vinci
sent by ilkhan of persia to attempt to gain allies against th…
Muslim missionaries
first great Italian painter
one of the greatest Italian painters of all time
Rabban Sauma
sent by ilkhan of persia to attempt to gain allies against th…
Sufis
Muslim missionaries
59 terms
AP World History Unit 1
Sumer
Sumerian City-States
Sargon of Akkad
Hammurabi and the Babylonian Empire
first known civilization which existed in the southern half o…
cities which became states to prevent conflicts and and overs…
The creator of empire in Mesopatamia. ( a city near Kish and…
Leader (1792-1750 B.C.E.) who further organized the governmen…
Sumer
first known civilization which existed in the southern half o…
Sumerian City-States
cities which became states to prevent conflicts and and overs…
AP World - Chapter 14
Sui Dynasty
Wendi
Yangdi
Tang Dynasty
589-618
- 589-604... - first Sui emperor ... - reunited China after Period…
- 604-618... - created Grand Canal... - assassinated 618
618-907
Sui Dynasty
589-618
Wendi
- 589-604... - first Sui emperor ... - reunited China after Period…
102 terms
AP World History - Unit 6
African National Congress
apartheid
Ayatollah Ruholla Khomeini
Big Bang theory
South African political party formed in 1912; strongly oppose…
A series of laws initiated by the Afrikaner National Party in…
Religious leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran; led an anti…
Theory which suggests that at some moment all matter in the u…
African National Congress
South African political party formed in 1912; strongly oppose…
apartheid
A series of laws initiated by the Afrikaner National Party in…
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