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World History European and Asian Commerce
What drove European involvement in the…
Civic Humanism: Explain
Nation States/Kingdoms: Explain
100 Years War
Civic Humanism... Nations States/Kingdoms... 100 Years War... Black De…
People wanted to do things for their country/ in the name of…
Nation States gave patronage (funding) for expeditions... Patrio…
After 100 Years War, Europe and Asia were competitors
What drove European involvement in the…
Civic Humanism... Nations States/Kingdoms... 100 Years War... Black De…
Civic Humanism: Explain
People wanted to do things for their country/ in the name of…
AP World History Asian Reactions to European Exploration
Janissaries
Mehmet II
Pashas
Suleyman I
an elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to th…
He was an Ottoman Sultan who conquered Constantinople and bro…
an administrative official of the Ottoman Empire, responsible…
Ottoman Sultan who led Ottoman armies in conquering Christian…
Janissaries
an elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to th…
Mehmet II
He was an Ottoman Sultan who conquered Constantinople and bro…
28 terms
AP World History Asian Reactions to European Exploration
Janissaries
Mehmet II
Pashas
Suleyman I
an elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to th…
He was an Ottoman Sultan who conquered Constantinople and bro…
an administrative official of the Ottoman Empire, responsible…
Ottoman Sultan who led Ottoman armies in conquering Christian…
Janissaries
an elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to th…
Mehmet II
He was an Ottoman Sultan who conquered Constantinople and bro…
AP World History- Reaction of Asian Societies to European Explorations
Janissaries
Mehmet II
Pashas
Suleyman I
Elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to the s…
the Ottoman leader who led the successful capture of the Byza…
an administrative official of the Ottoman Empire, responsible…
Ruler of the Ottomans also known as the Magnificent. The heig…
Janissaries
Elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to the s…
Mehmet II
the Ottoman leader who led the successful capture of the Byza…
31 terms
AP World History Asian Societies European Exploration Reaction Vocab
Janissaries
Mehmet II
Battle of Lepanto
Suleyman I
elite corps in the service of the Ottoman Empire. It was comp…
Ottoman sultan from 1444 to 1446 and from 1451 to 1481. A gre…
Naval battle in the waters off southwestern Greece between th…
sultun of the Ottoman Empire from 1520 to 1566 who undertook…
Janissaries
elite corps in the service of the Ottoman Empire. It was comp…
Mehmet II
Ottoman sultan from 1444 to 1446 and from 1451 to 1481. A gre…
27 terms
AP World History- Reaction of Asian Societies to European Explorations
Janissaries
Mehmet II
Pashas
Suleyman I
Elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to the s…
the Ottoman leader who led the successful capture of the Byza…
an administrative official of the Ottoman Empire, responsible…
Ruler of the Ottomans also known as the Magnificent. The heig…
Janissaries
Elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to the s…
Mehmet II
the Ottoman leader who led the successful capture of the Byza…
World History, The Asian World, The Spice Trade in Southeast Asia
The first merchants attracted to the g…
The Islamic trade network flourished u…
How did the new Islamic sultanate in t…
What two religions attracted converts…
Muslims
Melaka
its strategic location
Islam and Christianity
The first merchants attracted to the g…
Muslims
The Islamic trade network flourished u…
Melaka
AP World History- Reaction of Asian Societies to European Explorations
Janissaries
Mehmet II
Pashas
Suleyman I
Elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to the s…
the Ottoman leader who led the successful capture of the Byza…
an administrative official of the Ottoman Empire, responsible…
Ruler of the Ottomans also known as the Magnificent. The heig…
Janissaries
Elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to the s…
Mehmet II
the Ottoman leader who led the successful capture of the Byza…
Asian Trading World and the Coming of the Europeans
Portuguese factory on the coast of India
key product sought by Europeans on Cey…
Asian sea trading network was linked by
Dutch center on Java was
Goa
cinnamon
Trade alone
Batavia
Portuguese factory on the coast of India
Goa
key product sought by Europeans on Cey…
cinnamon
70 terms
World History (European Middle Ages, Southwest Asia, and the Middle East)
excommunication
Latin
Great Schism
serfs
An institutional act of religious censure used to deprive, su…
Universal language of Europe in Middle Ages. NOT a vernacular…
Split within the Roman Catholic Church that lasted from 1378…
Legally bound to the land unlike peasants.
excommunication
An institutional act of religious censure used to deprive, su…
Latin
Universal language of Europe in Middle Ages. NOT a vernacular…
world history asian empires
janissaries
theocracy
samurai
millet system
enslaved Christian boys who were converted to Islam and train…
a government run by religious leaders
Japanese soldier trained to fight and in return got food or l…
ottoman would tolerate any religion but if not Islamic you wi…
janissaries
enslaved Christian boys who were converted to Islam and train…
theocracy
a government run by religious leaders
40 terms
East Asia World History
The geographic civilizations are...
The Chinese government was often ruled…
Chinese Confucianism, also known as Ru…
Buddhism is a non theistic ....
Mongolia, Viet Nam, China, Korea and Japan.
a Chinese emperor.
ethical and philosophical system, on occasion described as a…
religion[1][2] or dharma, "right way of living", that encompa…
The geographic civilizations are...
Mongolia, Viet Nam, China, Korea and Japan.
The Chinese government was often ruled…
a Chinese emperor.
17 terms
The Asian World: World History
Scholar-Gentry
Dowry
Khanate
Neo-Confucianism
replaced the old landed aristocracy as the political and econ…
money, goods, or property a girl's parents were expected to p…
the once-united empire of Genghis Khan that was split into se…
new doctrine served as a Confucian response to Buddhism and D…
Scholar-Gentry
replaced the old landed aristocracy as the political and econ…
Dowry
money, goods, or property a girl's parents were expected to p…
23 terms
World History: Asian Geography
India
Sri Lanka
Nepal
China
India
Sri Lanka
25 terms
AP World Vocab: Asian Reactions to European Exploration
Janissaries
Mehmet II
Suleyman I
Grand Wazir
an elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to th…
Ottoman sultan called the "Conqueror"; responsible for conque…
the most distinguished sultan of the Ottoman Empire; also kno…
the chief minister in the Ottoman Empire, under the sultan
Janissaries
an elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to th…
Mehmet II
Ottoman sultan called the "Conqueror"; responsible for conque…
AP World Vocab: Asian Reactions to European Exploration
Janissaries
Mehmet II
Suleyman I
Grand Vizir or Wazir
an elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to th…
Ottoman sultan called the "Conqueror"; responsible for conque…
Ottoman Sultan (1512-20) expansion in Asia and Europe, helped…
the chief minister in the Ottoman Empire, under the sultan
Janissaries
an elite core of eight thousand troops personally loyal to th…
Mehmet II
Ottoman sultan called the "Conqueror"; responsible for conque…
15 terms
World History: The East Asian World
Dynasty
clan
Ming Dynasty
Qing Dynasty
A sequence of rulers from the same family, usually in a feuda…
A group of closely interrelated families.
The ruling dynasty of China for 276 years following the colla…
The last imperial dynasty of China, ruling from 1644 to 1912.
Dynasty
A sequence of rulers from the same family, usually in a feuda…
clan
A group of closely interrelated families.
41 terms
Early World History: Early Societies in Southwest Asia and the Indo-European Migrations
Sumer
Semitic Migrants
Sumerian City-States
Ziggurats
Located in the southern half of Mesopotamia.... Later migrants a…
Attracted by wealth of Sumer.... Most of the new arrivals spoke…
Centers of political and military authority, and their jurisd…
Distinctive stepped pyramids that housed temples and altars t…
Sumer
Located in the southern half of Mesopotamia.... Later migrants a…
Semitic Migrants
Attracted by wealth of Sumer.... Most of the new arrivals spoke…
49 terms
World history Asian test
Karma
Dharma
Samsara
Moksha
Total actions of ones life
Moral path in life
Reincarnation
Ultimate goal, end of reincarnation
Karma
Total actions of ones life
Dharma
Moral path in life
76 terms
History 102- History of the Asian World
China
Japan
Korea
Taiwan
1. Beijing (Capital)... 2. Xi'an (Chang'an) ... 3. Luoyang... 4. Anyan…
Capital: Toyko ... Old Capital: Kyoto
North Korea Capital: Pyongyang... South Korea: Seoul
Island near South East China
China
1. Beijing (Capital)... 2. Xi'an (Chang'an) ... 3. Luoyang... 4. Anyan…
Japan
Capital: Toyko ... Old Capital: Kyoto
33 terms
AP World: European Age of Imperialism and Asian Responses
Social Darwinism
Imperalism
Indirect rule
Direct rule
The application of Darwin's principle of organic evolution to…
The policy of extending one nation's power either by conquest…
A colonial policy of foreign rule in cooperation with local p…
A concept devised by European colonial governments to rule th…
Social Darwinism
The application of Darwin's principle of organic evolution to…
Imperalism
The policy of extending one nation's power either by conquest…
World History Asian Unit
gross domestic product
human development index
Hinduism
Buddhism
The value of all goods and services produced within a country…
statistic of life expectancy, education, and income
is a religion with no single founder, no single scripture, an…
is a religion that teaches meditation and loss of desires is…
gross domestic product
The value of all goods and services produced within a country…
human development index
statistic of life expectancy, education, and income
CSET World History - Asian
Ancient India
Mongol Empire
Zhou
Shang
Strongly influenced by Hinduism, invasions from Persia and As…
The largest contiguous empire in the history of the world. Sp…
1122-249 BC "mandate of heaven" virtues: restraint, humility,…
1750-1122 BC farming, aristocracy concerned with war, bronze…
Ancient India
Strongly influenced by Hinduism, invasions from Persia and As…
Mongol Empire
The largest contiguous empire in the history of the world. Sp…
World history early Asian history
Unified china again
Buddhism and daoism rival confucionism
Ruthless leader
Built grand canal
Sui
Sui
Sui
Sui
Unified china again
Sui
Buddhism and daoism rival confucionism
Sui
20 terms
World History Chapter 8 Asian World
Sui Yangdi
Mostly with the bare hands of peasants
1,100 miles
Oppressive
Under which emperor's rule did the Chinese build the Grand Ca…
How was the Grand Canal built?
How many miles is the Grand Canal?
unjustly inflicting hardship and constraint, especially on a…
Sui Yangdi
Under which emperor's rule did the Chinese build the Grand Ca…
Mostly with the bare hands of peasants
How was the Grand Canal built?
23 terms
World History: Asian Geography
India
Sri Lanka
Nepal
China
India
Sri Lanka
15 terms
World History Unit 3- Europeans in Asia and Africa, Japan
Where did Prince Henry the Navigator e…
Who was Bartholemy Dias?
Who was Vasco da Gama?
Where did Europeans establish posts in…
Explored the west coast of Africa. He hoped to spread Christi…
First european to sail the route that rounded the tip of Afri…
A portugese sailor who was the first to reach India by sailin…
Along the coast ONLY
Where did Prince Henry the Navigator e…
Explored the west coast of Africa. He hoped to spread Christi…
Who was Bartholemy Dias?
First european to sail the route that rounded the tip of Afri…
46 terms
G8 - Asian History - Countries of Asia
Kabul
Yerevan
Baku
Manama
Afghanistan
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Kabul
Afghanistan
Yerevan
Armenia
Asian Art History Contemporary Art from Asia
Cloud Gate, Chicago... Anish Kapoor... 2003…
Pleasure Pillars... Shazia Sikander... 2001…
Book from the Sky... Xu Bing... 1987 - 1991…
Sunflower Seeds... Ai Wei Wei... 2010... China
Cloud Gate, Chicago... Anish Kapoor... 2003…
Pleasure Pillars... Shazia Sikander... 2001…
18 terms
Asian philosophers -world history
Explain the beliefs of Buddha
Explain the beliefs of Confucius
Explain the beliefs of Daoism
Identify the 4 Noble Truths. Explain e…
The goal is to reach enlightenment; to over come desire and s…
To follow old traditions;... Stresses 5 basic relationships ... On…
-Should be able to find happiness within yourself ... -Emphasize…
1. All life is suffering 2. We suffer because of our desires…
Explain the beliefs of Buddha
The goal is to reach enlightenment; to over come desire and s…
Explain the beliefs of Confucius
To follow old traditions;... Stresses 5 basic relationships ... On…
The East Asian world (world history)
Queue
Banners (Bannermen)
Ming dynasty
Manchus
The braided pigtail that was traditionally worn by Chinese ma…
In Qing China, separate military units made up of Manchus; th…
China was overthrown in 1368 the founder of this was Ming Hon…
a member of a people originally living in Manchuria who forme…
Queue
The braided pigtail that was traditionally worn by Chinese ma…
Banners (Bannermen)
In Qing China, separate military units made up of Manchus; th…
9 terms
Asian Vocab -- Honors World History
Queue
Banner
Commercial Capitalism
Clan
The braided pigtail that was traditional worn by Chinese males
In Qing China, a separate military unit made up of Manchus; t…
Economic system in which people invest in trade or goods to m…
A group of related families
Queue
The braided pigtail that was traditional worn by Chinese males
Banner
In Qing China, a separate military unit made up of Manchus; t…
33 terms
World history new Asians
Ghazis
Ottomons
Sultan
Janissaries
nomadic, militaristic "warriors for the Islam faith"
Western name for Osman I and his descendants
the Arabic term for "ruler"
enslaved Christian boys who were converted to Islam and train…
Ghazis
nomadic, militaristic "warriors for the Islam faith"
Ottomons
Western name for Osman I and his descendants
22 terms
AP World History Chp 2: Early Societies in Southwest Asia and the Indo-European Migrations
Specialised labor
Bronze Metallurgy
Iron Metallurgy
The Wheel
- Pottery, textile manufacture, woodworking, leather producti…
- Ranked among the most important devlopments that came due t…
- 1,000 BCE later, learned how to work with iron... - 1300 BCE c…
- 3,500 BCE, First used of wheels... - 3,000 BCE Sumerians were…
Specialised labor
- Pottery, textile manufacture, woodworking, leather producti…
Bronze Metallurgy
- Ranked among the most important devlopments that came due t…
23 terms
World History: Asian Countries/Capitals
New Delhi
Colombo
Kathmandu
Beijing
India
Sri Lanka
Nepal
China
New Delhi
India
Colombo
Sri Lanka
World History Asian/African Independence
(AAI) Reason for imperialism
(AAI) Was Imperialism goor or bad for…
(AAI) Cultural Elitism
(AAI) Separatist Movement
Resources(new), power(old), prestige
Good for the mother countries ... Bad for the colonies
Believing your culture is superior to others
Movement to break away from the mother country
(AAI) Reason for imperialism
Resources(new), power(old), prestige
(AAI) Was Imperialism goor or bad for…
Good for the mother countries ... Bad for the colonies
26 terms
World History Asian Physical Geography
Yenisey River
Ob River
Ural Mountains
Aral Sea
1
2
3
4
Yenisey River
1
Ob River
2
World History-European Countries
Iceland
United Kingdom
France
Spain
Iceland
United Kingdom
World history Asia map
Afghanistan
Pakistan
India
Sri Lanka
Kabul
Islamabad
New Delhi
Colombo
Afghanistan
Kabul
Pakistan
Islamabad
90 terms
H World History Asian Empires
ghazis
Ottoman Empire and the Ottomans
Osman I
Orhan I
warriors for the Islamic faith, nomadic muslims
Turkish empire based in Anatolia, Osman and his descendants
Founder of the Ottoman Empire.
son of osman I, second ruler, defeated the second largest cit…
ghazis
warriors for the Islamic faith, nomadic muslims
Ottoman Empire and the Ottomans
Turkish empire based in Anatolia, Osman and his descendants
19 terms
Asian civ 1 history of east asia
Xia
Shang
Zhou
Oracle bones
First thought Chinese dynasty. Unconfirmed
Used Oracle bones. Human sacrifices, really vicious.
Conquered Shang. Used bronze. Worshipped shangdi.
Used for writing and were heated to predict future.
Xia
First thought Chinese dynasty. Unconfirmed
Shang
Used Oracle bones. Human sacrifices, really vicious.
World history-(medieval European)
fall of the roman empire
Byzantine Empire
Feaudalism
Social Hierarchy
After the golden age when a war began
Similar to the roman Empire, came after the fall of Rome.... Con…
A system of order that organized society into different class…
A set of social classes that includes peasants, monarchs, mer…
fall of the roman empire
After the golden age when a war began
Byzantine Empire
Similar to the roman Empire, came after the fall of Rome.... Con…
17 terms
World History European #3
Albania
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belgium
Tirana
Yerevan
Baku
Brussels
Albania
Tirana
Armenia
Yerevan
47 terms
Countries of Asia- World History
Turkey
Lebanon
Israel
Jordan
Turkey
Lebanon
World History-Asian Empires-vocabulary
Shah
Sunnite
Shi'ite
Civil Servants
Title of former rulers of Safavid Persia and Iran
Muslims who believe that any man can lead the Muslims
Muslims who believe that only relatives of Muhammad can lead…
People who work for the government offices
Shah
Title of former rulers of Safavid Persia and Iran
Sunnite
Muslims who believe that any man can lead the Muslims
26 terms
World history European exploration
1405... Zheng He
1419... Prince Henry
1488... Bartolomen bias
1492... Christopher Columbus
-Launches the first seven voyages of exploration... -Chinese adm…
Starts a navigation school
-first to round the southern tip of Africa ... -explored SE coas…
-Reaches the Caribbean ... -first European since the Vikings to…
1405... Zheng He
-Launches the first seven voyages of exploration... -Chinese adm…
1419... Prince Henry
Starts a navigation school
World History European Capitals
Sweden
Italy
Portugal
Iceland
Stockholm
Rome
Lisbon
Reykjavik
Sweden
Stockholm
Italy
Rome
114 terms
World History: Ch. 8 The Asian World
What happened to China after the Han D…
True or False: The Sui dynasty was sho…
Who completed the grand canal linking…
What did the completion of the Grand c…
they fell back into civil war
true
Sui Yangdi
trade
What happened to China after the Han D…
they fell back into civil war
True or False: The Sui dynasty was sho…
true
40 terms
World History: India, China, Japan, and Asian Religions
The Indus River Valley is located in
The Harappan civilization was located…
Less is known about the Harappans than…
The existence of trade between the Ind…
India
Pakistan
scientists inability to decipher the evidence of writing they…
indicated by the discovery of Harappan seals in Mesopotamia
The Indus River Valley is located in
India
The Harappan civilization was located…
Pakistan
20 terms
World History European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Franks
Magyars
Vikings
Period of European history from 500 to 1500 AD marking the en…
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
Muslims who attacked Europe and converted to Christianity and…
A Germanic people that carried out fast and powerful raids on…
Middle Ages
Period of European history from 500 to 1500 AD marking the en…
Franks
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
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