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ap world history, chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange, 300 bce-600 ace
The initial impetus for opening the Si…
Important Chinese exports along the Si…
Military technologies that spread via…
The mariners involved in the Indian Oc…
Chinese eagerness for Western horses.
silk, fruits, and spices.
chariots, horse archers, and stirrups.
a multiethnic group
The initial impetus for opening the Si…
Chinese eagerness for Western horses.
Important Chinese exports along the Si…
silk, fruits, and spices.
AP World Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange (300 BCE - 600 CE)
Pastoral Nomads
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
What did the Chinese want to import fr…
The Indian Ocean Maritime System was a…
________ made the Silk Road possible by providing animals, an…
further Chinese economic interests
A variety of Western goods, especially horses.
South China Sea
Pastoral Nomads
________ made the Silk Road possible by providing animals, an…
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
further Chinese economic interests
16 terms
AP World I - Ch 7 - Networks of Communication and Exchange, 300 BCE - 600 CE
Armenia
Bantu
Ethiopia
Ghana
One of the earliest Christian kingdoms, situated in eastern A…
Collective name of a large group of sub-Saharan African langu…
East African highland nation lying east of the Nile River.
First known kingdom in sub-Saharan West Africa between the si…
Armenia
One of the earliest Christian kingdoms, situated in eastern A…
Bantu
Collective name of a large group of sub-Saharan African langu…
32 terms
AP World Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange (300 BCE - 600 CE)
Pastoral Nomads
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
What did the Chinese want to import fr…
The Indian Ocean Maritime System was a…
________ made the Silk Road possible by providing animals, an…
further Chinese economic interests
A variety of Western goods, especially horses.
South China Sea
Pastoral Nomads
________ made the Silk Road possible by providing animals, an…
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
further Chinese economic interests
16 terms
AP world history chapter 7 (networks of communication and exchange, 300 BCE-600 CE.)
Silk road
Parthians
Sasanid empire
Stirrup
Caravan routes connecting China and the middle east across Ce…
Iranian ruling dynasty between 250 BCE to 226 CE.
Iranian empire, established in 224, with a capital at Ctesiph…
Device for securing a horseman's feet, allowing him to wield…
Silk road
Caravan routes connecting China and the middle east across Ce…
Parthians
Iranian ruling dynasty between 250 BCE to 226 CE.
ap world history, chapter 7: Networks of Communications and Exchange, 300 bce-600 ace (*vocabulary*)
Armenia
Bantu
Ethiopia
"great traditions"
a meeting place between Mediterranean and Iranian states.
an important group of languages in Equatorial Africa.
an African land which became Christianized in the 5th century…
the cultural heritages of educated elites, such as writing.
Armenia
a meeting place between Mediterranean and Iranian states.
Bantu
an important group of languages in Equatorial Africa.
32 terms
AP World Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange (300 BCE - 600 CE)
Pastoral Nomads
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
What did the Chinese want to import fr…
The Indian Ocean Maritime System was a…
________ made the Silk Road possible by providing animals, an…
further Chinese economic interests
A variety of Western goods, especially horses.
South China Sea
Pastoral Nomads
________ made the Silk Road possible by providing animals, an…
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
further Chinese economic interests
32 terms
AP World Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange (300 BCE - 600 CE)
Pastoral Nomads
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
What did the Chinese want to import fr…
The Indian Ocean Maritime System was a…
________ made the Silk Road possible by providing animals, an…
further Chinese economic interests
A variety of Western goods, especially horses.
South China Sea
Pastoral Nomads
________ made the Silk Road possible by providing animals, an…
Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty in China…
further Chinese economic interests
16 terms
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
15 terms
AP World Ch. 7: Networks of Communication & Exchange
Silk Road
Parthians
Sasanid Empire
stirrup
trade route linking land of Mediterannean w/ China by way of…
people originally from east of Caspian Sea; major force by 24…
224 - 600; brought continuation of rivalry between Rome & Par…
evidence comes 1st from Kushan people who ruled northern Afgh…
Silk Road
trade route linking land of Mediterannean w/ China by way of…
Parthians
people originally from east of Caspian Sea; major force by 24…
15 terms
PRE-AP HISTORY CHAPTER 8: NETWORKS OF COMMUNICATION AND EXCHANGE, 300 BCE-1100 CE
Silk Road fosters...
The Silk Road was also a...
The definition of the Silk Road is:
Parthians are...
The exchange of agricultural goods, manufactured products, an…
Social System
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
An Iranian ruling dynasty ruling between 250 B.C.E. - 226 B.C…
Silk Road fosters...
The exchange of agricultural goods, manufactured products, an…
The Silk Road was also a...
Social System
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AP World Olmecs (1250 BCE- 400 BCE)
origin location
plants
specialization
inventions
- Meso. America ... - Mexico and N. Central America
corns, beans, squash
caused by food surpluses
- 365 day calendar... - made pyramids... - cultivated corn
origin location
- Meso. America ... - Mexico and N. Central America
plants
corns, beans, squash
17 terms
AP World History Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange
Silk road
Indian Ocean Maritime Ocean
Trans-Saharan Caravan Routes
Parthians
A trade route between Mesopotamia, Iran, and Central Asia tha…
A trade network across the Indian Ocean and the South China S…
Routes across the Saharan that desert which nomads used aroun…
Peoples from the east of the Caspian Sea
Silk road
A trade route between Mesopotamia, Iran, and Central Asia tha…
Indian Ocean Maritime Ocean
A trade network across the Indian Ocean and the South China S…
41 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmins
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
Definition- A member of a community or tribe not belonging to…
Definition- A member of a social and cultural elite. In Hindu…
Aristocracy
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Agriculture Revolution
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
16 terms
Networks of Communication and Exchange, 300 BCE - 600 CE
Parthians
Silk Road
Sasanid Empire
Stirrup
Iranian ruling dynasty between 250 BCE and 226 CE
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across ce…
Iranian empire, established in 224, with a capital in Ctesiph…
Device for securing a horseman'a feet, enabling him to wield…
Parthians
Iranian ruling dynasty between 250 BCE and 226 CE
Silk Road
Caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across ce…
16 terms
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
41 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmins
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
Definition- A member of a community or tribe not belonging to…
Definition- A member of a social and cultural elite. In Hindu…
Aristocracy
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Agriculture Revolution
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
40 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmins
Definintion- A form of government in which power is held by n…
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
Definition- A member of a community or tribe not belonging to…
Definition- A member of a social and cultural elite ... Signifi…
Aristocracy
Definintion- A form of government in which power is held by n…
Agriculture Revolution
Definition- The development of crops and animal raising as a…
36 terms
AP World History Chapter 8: Networks of Communication and Exchange
Most sub-Saharan languages come from o…
Saharan horse breeders were
The early inhabitants of the East Afri…
The Indian Ocean Maritime System forge…
Bantu
we don't know
the islands of Southeast Asia.
East Africa, Arabia, India, China, and Southeast Asia.
Most sub-Saharan languages come from o…
Bantu
Saharan horse breeders were
we don't know
40 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Agricultural revolution
Aristocracy
Barbarian
brahmins
The transition from foraging and cultivation of food occurrin…
Ruled by a privileged heredity class or nobility.
A person living outside of the Roman Empire.
Respected family of wealth and social position.
Agricultural revolution
The transition from foraging and cultivation of food occurrin…
Aristocracy
Ruled by a privileged heredity class or nobility.
16 terms
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
24 terms
AP World History: Chapter 8-- Networks of Communication and Exchange
Why did the Chinese foster trade via t…
What were common exports of China?
Whom did the Silk Road depend on?
Who were responsible for the care of a…
Demand for wetern products; particularly horses (also importe…
peaches, apricots, spices, silk, pottery, and paper
nomads of Central Asia to provide animals and protection
women
Why did the Chinese foster trade via t…
Demand for wetern products; particularly horses (also importe…
What were common exports of China?
peaches, apricots, spices, silk, pottery, and paper
5 terms
AP World History - Period 1 (8000 BCE to 600 BCE) Countries
Mesopotamia
Egypt
Shang dynasty
Zhou dynasty
Mesopotamia
Egypt
35 terms
AP World - 600 BCE
jericho
Catal Huyuk
Danpo
Invention of Writing
- Known as the first civilization, by the Jordan River (West…
Turkey (early city)
China (early city)
- Sumerians (3500-3000 BCE)... - Keeping records... - Incas didn't…
jericho
- Known as the first civilization, by the Jordan River (West…
Catal Huyuk
Turkey (early city)
40 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE-600 BCE
Aristocracy
Agriculture Revolution
Barbarian
Brahmin
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
The development of crops and animal raising as a source among…
A member of a community or tribe not belonging to one of the…
A member of a social and cultural elite
Aristocracy
A form of government in which power is held by nobility. The…
Agriculture Revolution
The development of crops and animal raising as a source among…
23 terms
APWH Chapter 7- Networks of Communication and Exchange 300 BCE- 600 CE
What brought the Silk Road into being?
What types of plants and fruits were e…
What are some crops that were brought…
What two religions engaged in missiona…
Chinese eagerness for western products (horses)
Peaches and apricots (this may be wrong)
cotton, sugar cane, rice, citrus trees, and eggplants
Manichacism and Buddhism
What brought the Silk Road into being?
Chinese eagerness for western products (horses)
What types of plants and fruits were e…
Peaches and apricots (this may be wrong)
20 terms
AP World Test 8000 BCE to 600 BCE
8000 BCE
3000 BCE
3500 BCE
3200 BCE
beginning of agriculture
founding of the first cities in Sumeria
invention of wheel, plough (mesopotamia), and sail (egypt)
invention of writing in Mesopotamia
8000 BCE
beginning of agriculture
3000 BCE
founding of the first cities in Sumeria
14 terms
AP World: Foundations (8000 BCE-600 BCE)
Neolithic revolution
Bronze Age
Cuneiform
Hammurabi's Code
aka Agricultural revolution; 8000 BCE-3000 BCE; when people t…
latter part of the neolithic era; figured out how to make bro…
Sumerian form of writing; used to record laws, traties, and i…
first written law code: used in Babylon; protected property a…
Neolithic revolution
aka Agricultural revolution; 8000 BCE-3000 BCE; when people t…
Bronze Age
latter part of the neolithic era; figured out how to make bro…
10 terms
ap world vocab 8000 BCE - 600 BCE
agricultural/neolithic revolution
intensive cultivation
broad spectrum diet
fertile crescent
refers to the deliberate cultivation of particular plants as…
getting more for less, in this case more food and resources f…
making use of a large number of plants and to hunt and eat bo…
present day Iraq, Syria, Israel/Palestine, and southern Turke…
agricultural/neolithic revolution
refers to the deliberate cultivation of particular plants as…
intensive cultivation
getting more for less, in this case more food and resources f…
32 terms
AP World History 8000 BCE - 600 BCE
agricultural revolution
neolithic revolution
aristocracy
barbarians
...
...
...
...
agricultural revolution
...
neolithic revolution
...
23 terms
Chapter 7 - Networks of Communication and Exchange (300 BCE - 600 CE)
What brought the Silk Road into being?
What types of plants and fruits were e…
What are some crops that were brought…
What two religions engaged in missiona…
Chinese eagerness for western products (horses)
Peaches and apricots
Cotton, sugar cane, rice, citrus trees, and eggplants
Manichacism and Buddhism
What brought the Silk Road into being?
Chinese eagerness for western products (horses)
What types of plants and fruits were e…
Peaches and apricots
16 terms
Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange, 300 BCE - 600 CE
Silk Road
Parthinians
Sasanid Empire
stirrup
caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
the Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 BCE and 226 CE
an Iranian empire established in ca. 226 with a capital in Ct…
a device for securing a horseman's feet, enabling him to wiel…
Silk Road
caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
Parthinians
the Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 BCE and 226 CE
16 terms
AP World: Chapter 7 - Networks of Communication and Exchange Vocab
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 B.C.E
Iranian empire, 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…
Parthians
Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 B.C.E and 226 B.C.E
28 terms
AP World - 8000-600 BCE
Invention of Agriculture 8000 BCE
Invention of Wheel 8000 BCE
Invention of Plough 7500 BCE
Invention of writing 3500 BCE
-It meant that societies could stay in one place instead of b…
-Helped develop the wagon... -Change the way people traveled... -He…
-Speed up the farming process... -some of the firsts were made o…
-The Sumerians invented cuneiform... -Cuneiform was wedge shaped…
Invention of Agriculture 8000 BCE
-It meant that societies could stay in one place instead of b…
Invention of Wheel 8000 BCE
-Helped develop the wagon... -Change the way people traveled... -He…
16 terms
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
16 terms
Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange (300 BCE)-(600 CE)
Silk Road
Parthinians
Sasanid Empire
stirrup
caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
the Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 BCE and 226 CE
an Iranian empire established in ca. 226 with a capital in Ct…
a device for securing a horseman's feet, enabling him to wiel…
Silk Road
caravan routes connecting China and the Middle East across Ce…
Parthinians
the Iranian ruling dynasty between ca. 250 BCE and 226 CE
36 terms
AP Worlds 8,000 BCE-600 BCE
For how many years did hominid life ex…
How long ago did the first modern huma…
What the are the three periods in pre-…
Which species from the homo genus is s…
3-4 million years
100,000-200,000 years ago
Paleolithic, neolithic, and middle ages. History has recorded…
Homo sapiens
For how many years did hominid life ex…
3-4 million years
How long ago did the first modern huma…
100,000-200,000 years ago
35 terms
AP World History-600 BCE
Paleolithic Era
Neolithic Revolution
The First Civilizations
Pastoralism develops in Afro-Eurasian…
Hunters and gatherers moved from East Africa, to Eurasia, to…
10,000 years ago the Neolithic Revolution led to the developm…
Mesopotamia ... - Sumer, Babylonia ... Americas... - Olmec, Norte Ch…
Different crops and animals are domesticated.
Paleolithic Era
Hunters and gatherers moved from East Africa, to Eurasia, to…
Neolithic Revolution
10,000 years ago the Neolithic Revolution led to the developm…
23 terms
AP world 3.1: expansion and intensification of communication and exchange networks
What did this new era witness?
What new innovations contributed to th…
What did commercial networks serve as
What did pastoral and nomadic groups d…
The expansion of old and new networks and human interaction w…
Transportation... State policies... merchatile practices
Cultural, technological, and biological diffusion between reg…
Created and substained the networks
What did this new era witness?
The expansion of old and new networks and human interaction w…
What new innovations contributed to th…
Transportation... State policies... merchatile practices
38 terms
AP World Classical Period 600 BCE - 600 CE
Warring States
Spring & Autumn
100 Schools of Thought
Olmecs
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Period between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE, during whi…
The golden age of Chinese philosophy, where each school of ph…
(1400 B.C.E. to 500 B.C.E.) Earliest known Mexican civilizati…
Warring States
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Spring & Autumn
Period between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE, during whi…
11 terms
AP World History Beginnings to 600 BCE
Neolithic Revolution
Hunters/Gatherers
Sedentary Agriculturalists
Mesopotamia (Tigris-Euphrates)
The First Agricultural Revolution, also known as the Neolithi…
A hunter-gatherer or early human society is one in which most…
Sedentary farming is when a farm is based in the same locatio…
The area between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers was known as…
Neolithic Revolution
The First Agricultural Revolution, also known as the Neolithi…
Hunters/Gatherers
A hunter-gatherer or early human society is one in which most…
18 terms
AP World Columbian Exchange
Potato
Spinach
Olives
Avocado
Cultivated by Incas in South America (Peru), spread by Spanis…
Ancient Persia/modern day Iran and went to china, India and t…
Persia and Syria and spread all over the new world
Central/South America
Potato
Cultivated by Incas in South America (Peru), spread by Spanis…
Spinach
Ancient Persia/modern day Iran and went to china, India and t…
26 terms
AP World 8000 - 600 BCE
Humans and the Environment: Before 800…
Humans and the Environment: ca. 8000 -…
Humans and the Environment: ca. 3500 -…
Humans and the Environment: ca. 1200 -…
-migration out of Africa to most continents... -ice ages persist…
-erosion and overgrazing caused by pastoralism... -irrigation an…
-mining... -increased impact of irrigation and canal building... -f…
-Bantu Migrations continue... -Indo-European migrations continue
Humans and the Environment: Before 800…
-migration out of Africa to most continents... -ice ages persist…
Humans and the Environment: ca. 8000 -…
-erosion and overgrazing caused by pastoralism... -irrigation an…
42 terms
AP World History: Ch. 2 Early Civilizations, 3500-600 BCE
Civilization
Mesopotamia
3500 BCE
4 Distinctive Features of Civilization
Societies distinguished by reliance on sedentary agriculture,…
Literally "between the rivers" -- the civilization that arose…
Civilization developed in Mesopotamia on the heels of changes…
economic surplus, formal governments, writing, urban centers.
Civilization
Societies distinguished by reliance on sedentary agriculture,…
Mesopotamia
Literally "between the rivers" -- the civilization that arose…
77 terms
AP World Classical Period 600 BCE - 600 CE Review
Period of the Warring States
Spring & Autumn
100 Schools of Thought
Olmecs
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Period between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE, during whi…
The golden age of Chinese philosophy, where each school of ph…
(1400 B.C.E. to 500 B.C.E.) Earliest known Mexican civilizati…
Period of the Warring States
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Spring & Autumn
Period between the eighth and fifth centuries BCE, during whi…
35 terms
AP World Columbian Exchange
Christopher Columbus
Bartolomen Dais
Vas of de Gama
Immediate impact of Portuguese school…
Europe➡️Americas;1497-98
To the tip of Africa; 1486-88
Around the tip of Africa to India; 1492-93
Trade between Europe and West Africa
Christopher Columbus
Europe➡️Americas;1497-98
Bartolomen Dais
To the tip of Africa; 1486-88
50 terms
AP World History: Foundations (8000 BCE- 600 BCE)
Paleolithic
Ziggurat
Pyramid
Monotheism
The period of the Stone Age associated with the evolution of…
A massive pyramidal stepped tower made of mud bricks. It's as…
Large, triangular stone monument used s a burial place for th…
Belief in one god
Paleolithic
The period of the Stone Age associated with the evolution of…
Ziggurat
A massive pyramidal stepped tower made of mud bricks. It's as…
16 terms
AP World Unit 1 & 2 8,000 BCE to 600 BCE
c8,000 BCE
c3,000 BCE
c1,300 BCE
6th century BCE
beginnings of agriculture
early civilizations/ Bronze age
Iron Age
Beginnings of Confucianism, Legalism and Daoism
c8,000 BCE
beginnings of agriculture
c3,000 BCE
early civilizations/ Bronze age
30 terms
AP World Classical Period 600 BCE - 600 CE
Warring States
Mayan Civilization
Teotihuacan
Achaemenid Empire
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
American civilization located in Central America that saw its…
(200 BCE - 750 CE) Highland Mexico, largest city, obsidian, m…
The name of an ancient Persian Empire (c. 550-330 BCE) which…
Warring States
(403-221 B.C.E.) period of Chinese history where states fough…
Mayan Civilization
American civilization located in Central America that saw its…
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