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AP World History chapter 14 vocabulary
Muhammad Shah II
Khwarazm
Barbarian
Silk Road
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
(n) : a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized pers…
An ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Se…
Muhammad Shah II
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
Khwarazm
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
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AP World History Chapter 14
Chinggis Khan
Tumens
Tangut
Muhammad Shah II
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
Rulers of Xi Xia kingdom of northwest China during the Southe…
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm; conquered by Mongols in 1220.
Chinggis Khan
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Tumens
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
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AP World History Chapter 14
The Great Dying
Smallpox
The Columbian Exchange
Potatoes
The explorers and conquistadors from the New World brought di…
One of the diseases that destroyed the Native American popula…
This term has come to represent the mass exchange of peoples,…
New World crops such as the potato spread to the Old World./T…
The Great Dying
The explorers and conquistadors from the New World brought di…
Smallpox
One of the diseases that destroyed the Native American popula…
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AP World History Chapter 14
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
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AP World History chapter 14 vocabulary
Muhammad Shah II
Khwarazm
Barbarian
Silk Road
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
(n) : a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized pers…
An ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Se…
Muhammad Shah II
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
Khwarazm
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
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AP World History: Chapter 14
Taika reforms
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
bushi
attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
mid-9th-century Japanese aristocratic family; exercised excep…
"regional warrior leaders in Japan; ruled small kingdoms from…
Taika reforms
attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Tale of Genji
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
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AP World History: Chapter 14
Taika reforms
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
bushi
attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
mid-9th-century Japanese aristocratic family; exercised excep…
"regional warrior leaders in Japan; ruled small kingdoms from…
Taika reforms
attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Tale of Genji
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
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AP World History: Islam Chapter 14
Muslim: Culture... Pages: 345
Five Pillars: Culture... Pages: 351
Sharia: Culture/Political... Pages: 352,…
Hijra: Cultural/Interactions... Pages: 349
a follower of the religion of Islam... Example: Muhammad was the…
1) Muslims must acknowledge Allah as the only god and Muhamma…
Islamic holy law
Muhammad's departure from Mecca to Medina in AD 622, prompted…
Muslim: Culture... Pages: 345
a follower of the religion of Islam... Example: Muhammad was the…
Five Pillars: Culture... Pages: 351
1) Muslims must acknowledge Allah as the only god and Muhamma…
Chapter 14 AP World History
Muslim
Qu'ran
Five Pillars
Sunni
A Follower of Islam
The written text of Muhammad's teachings.
(1) Muslims must recognize Allah as the only god and Muhammad…
The most popular branch of Islam, believe in the legitimacy o…
Muslim
A Follower of Islam
Qu'ran
The written text of Muhammad's teachings.
AP World History Chapter 14
African diaspora
Benin
British/Dutch East India companies
Dahomey
Name given to the spread of African peoples across the Atlant…
West African kingdom (in what is now Nigeria) whose strong ki…
Private trading companies chartered by the governments of Eng…
West African kingdom that became strong through its rulers' e…
African diaspora
Name given to the spread of African peoples across the Atlant…
Benin
West African kingdom (in what is now Nigeria) whose strong ki…
AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 14
Zunghars
Yasak
Siberia
Settler colonies
Western Mongol group that provoked Qing expansion into Centra…
Tribute that Russian rulers demanded from people of Siberia.
Russia's great frontier region, rich in mineral resources and…
Colonies in which people settled in large numbers.
Zunghars
Western Mongol group that provoked Qing expansion into Centra…
Yasak
Tribute that Russian rulers demanded from people of Siberia.
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AP World History- Chapter 14
later middle ages
latins
nine out of ten people were rural
had to give the lord a share of the ha…
The period from 1200 to 1500 is better known as Europe's
Western Europeans of the later middle ages referred to themse…
In the latin west during the later midddle ages approximately
in return for the use of their lord's land, serfs
later middle ages
The period from 1200 to 1500 is better known as Europe's
latins
Western Europeans of the later middle ages referred to themse…
Ap world History Chapter 14
What did the Portuguese do after they…
What was one main difference between t…
What was one main difference between h…
How did the Tokugawa shoguns treat Eur…
They conquered deveral strategic port cities
The Spanish converted Filipinos to Christianity while the Por…
The British negotiated treaties with local Indian rulers whil…
They expelled all Europeans except the Dutch
What did the Portuguese do after they…
They conquered deveral strategic port cities
What was one main difference between t…
The Spanish converted Filipinos to Christianity while the Por…
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AP World History Chapter 14
Zunghars
yasak
Siberia
settler colonies
Western Mongol group that created a substantial state. They p…
Tribute that Russian leaders demanded from the Siberian nativ…
A vast territory that is now central and eastern Russia. It i…
colonies in which people settled in large numbers instead of…
Zunghars
Western Mongol group that created a substantial state. They p…
yasak
Tribute that Russian leaders demanded from the Siberian nativ…
AP World History Chapter 14
The Sui Dynasty
The Grand Canal
Dynasty End
Tang Dynasty
Imposed tight political discipline... 580 patron died and son to…
Until railroad, served as the principal conduit for internal…
People mad about tax and forced labor... During late 610s rebell…
Rebel leader took Chang'an and called himself emperor... Survive…
The Sui Dynasty
Imposed tight political discipline... 580 patron died and son to…
The Grand Canal
Until railroad, served as the principal conduit for internal…
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AP World History Chapter 14
Muhammad
Abu Bakr
Ali
Abu al-Abbas
definition: the Arab prophet who founded Islam (570-632)... sign…
definition: companion of 1st Muslim leader after Muhammad, re…
definition: the fourth caliph of Islam who is considered to b…
definition: Leader of rebellion in Persia that led to the dow…
Muhammad
definition: the Arab prophet who founded Islam (570-632)... sign…
Abu Bakr
definition: companion of 1st Muslim leader after Muhammad, re…
Chapter 14 Vocabulary AP World History
The Great Dying
The Columbian Exchange
Peninsulares
Mestizo
The massive epidemic caused by old world diseases after the b…
The exchange of plants, animals, culture and diseases between…
Descendants of the original conquistadors sought to protect t…
The most distinctive feature of these new colonial societies…
The Great Dying
The massive epidemic caused by old world diseases after the b…
The Columbian Exchange
The exchange of plants, animals, culture and diseases between…
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AP World History Chapter 14
T or F: Mongols were nomadic herders o…
What products did Mongols trade?
How were horses used in Mongol society?
What was the basic unit of Mongol soci…
True
Hides and dairy products (in exchange for jewelry, weapons, c…
Animals rode to round up herds, hunt wild game, and make war
Tribes divided into kin-related clans
T or F: Mongols were nomadic herders o…
True
What products did Mongols trade?
Hides and dairy products (in exchange for jewelry, weapons, c…
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AP World History chapter 14 vocabulary
Muhammad Shah II
Khwarazm
Barbarian
Silk Road
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
(n) : a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized pers…
An ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Se…
Muhammad Shah II
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
Khwarazm
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
Chapter 14 - AP WORLD HISTORY
Where was the Islam & Spice Trade loca…
What were the Spice Islands called?
Why was Malacca valuable?
Who was the kingdom(of the spice trade…
At the important commercial city called Malacca
Moluccas
Important commercial city connected to China and Islamic worlds
to Islamic expansion in the region
Where was the Islam & Spice Trade loca…
At the important commercial city called Malacca
What were the Spice Islands called?
Moluccas
AP World History Chapter 14 (Strayer)
Cortés
Dona Marina
The Great Dying
Columbian Exchange
Spanish conquistador (1485-1547) who led the expedition that…
Native American slave from an elite background who in 1519 be…
1450-1750 : The massive epidemic caused by old world diseases…
1450-1750 : The exchange of plants, animals, culture and dise…
Cortés
Spanish conquistador (1485-1547) who led the expedition that…
Dona Marina
Native American slave from an elite background who in 1519 be…
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AP World History : Chapter 14
Chinggis Khan
Tumens
Tangut
Muhammad Shah II
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
Rulers of Xi Xia kingdom of northwest China during the Southe…
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm; conquered by Mongols in 1220.
Chinggis Khan
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Tumens
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
17 terms
AP World History Chapter 14
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
AP World History - Chapter 14
Akbar
Aurangzeb
Columbian exchange
Conquistadores
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Mughal emperor (r. 1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
The massive transatlantic interaction and exchange between th…
Spanish conquerors of the Native American lands, most notably…
Akbar
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Aurangzeb
Mughal emperor (r. 1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
Chapter 14-AP World History
Latin West
Three-Field System
Black Death
Water Wheel
Historians' name for the territories of Europe that adhered t…
A rotational system for agriculture in which one feel grows g…
Outbreak of the Bubonic Plague that spread across Asia, North…
A mechanism that harnesses the power of flowing water to grin…
Latin West
Historians' name for the territories of Europe that adhered t…
Three-Field System
A rotational system for agriculture in which one feel grows g…
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AP World History Chapter 14
Infrastructure
Tang Dynasty
Civil Service Exam
Tang Tribute system
the basic physical and organizational structures and faciliti…
considered the golden age of Chinese civilization and ruled f…
In China, it was an exam based on Confucian teachings that wa…
The system of relationships between other countries and the T…
Infrastructure
the basic physical and organizational structures and faciliti…
Tang Dynasty
considered the golden age of Chinese civilization and ruled f…
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AP World History - Chapter 14 <Vocabulary>
Akbar (pron. AHK-bar)
Aurangzeb (pron. ow-rang-ZEB)
Columbian exchange
conquistadores (pron. kon-KEY stuhdor-…
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Mughal emperor (r. 1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
The massive transatlantic interaction and exchange between th…
Spanish conquerors of the Native American lands, most notably…
Akbar (pron. AHK-bar)
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Aurangzeb (pron. ow-rang-ZEB)
Mughal emperor (r. 1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
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World History: Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
AP World History Chapter 14
The Great Dying
Columbian Exchange
Peninsulares
Mestizo
When the europeans came to the Americas, they brought a lot o…
New foods, animals, and African slaves were brought into the…
People born in Spain
A mixed race/ population originally the product of Spanish me…
The Great Dying
When the europeans came to the Americas, they brought a lot o…
Columbian Exchange
New foods, animals, and African slaves were brought into the…
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Ap World History Chapter 14
Taika reforms
Heian
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Japanese city later called Kyoto; built to escape influence o…
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
mid-9th-century Japanese aristocratic family; exercised excep…
Taika reforms
attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Heian
Japanese city later called Kyoto; built to escape influence o…
AP World History Chapter 14
Akbar
Aurangzeb
Columbian exchange
conquistadores
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Mughal emperor (r. 1659-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
The massive transatlantic interaction and exchange between th…
Spanish conquerors of the Native American lands, most notibal…
Akbar
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Aurangzeb
Mughal emperor (r. 1659-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
AP World History Chapter 14
Khans
Khanates
Kuriltai
Khagan
the name for mongolian rulers
4 regional mongol kingdoms that arose following Chinggis Khan…
meeting of all mongol chieftains at which the supreme ruler o…
title of the supreme ruler of all the mongol tribes
Khans
the name for mongolian rulers
Khanates
4 regional mongol kingdoms that arose following Chinggis Khan…
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Ap World History Chapter 14
Taika reforms
Heian
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Japanese city later called Kyoto; built to escape influence o…
written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
mid-9th-century Japanese aristocratic family; exercised excep…
Taika reforms
attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chinese…
Heian
Japanese city later called Kyoto; built to escape influence o…
22 terms
AP World History Chapter 14
Akbar
Aurangzeb
Columbian exchange
conquistadores
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Mughal emperor (r. 1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
The massive transalantic interaction and exchange between the…
Spanish conquerors of the Native American lands, most notably…
Akbar
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal Empire (r. 1556-160…
Aurangzeb
Mughal emperor (r. 1658-1707) who reversed his predecessors'…
28 terms
AP World History Chapter 14
Chinggis Khan
Tumens
Tangut
Muhammad Shah II
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
Rulers of Xi Xia kingdom of northwest China during the Southe…
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm; conquered by Mongols in 1220.
Chinggis Khan
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Tumens
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
28 terms
AP World History Chapter 14
Chinggis Khan
Tumens
Tangut
Muhammad Shah II
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
Rulers of Xi Xia kingdom of northwest China during the Southe…
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm; conquered by Mongols in 1220.
Chinggis Khan
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Tumens
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
AP World History - Chapter 14
Ibn Battuta
Tropics
Monsoon
Delhi Sultanate
Moroccan Muslim Scholar, the most widely traveled individual…
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tro…
Seasonal winds in the Indian Ocean caused by the differences…
Centralized Indian empire of varying extent, created by Musli…
Ibn Battuta
Moroccan Muslim Scholar, the most widely traveled individual…
Tropics
Equatorial region between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tro…
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AP World History Chapter 14
Taika Reforms
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
Bushi
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Written by Lady Muraski; the first novel in any language; rel…
Japanese aristocratic family in mid -9th century; exercised e…
Regional warrior leaders in Japan; ruled small kingdoms from…
Taika Reforms
Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chinese-s…
Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Muraski; the first novel in any language; rel…
Ap World History chapter 14 Vocab
tumens
Tangut
Karakorum
Batu
Basic fighting units of the Mongol forces; consisted of 10,00…
Rulers of Xi-Xia kingdom of northwest China; one of regional…
Capital of the Mongol Empire under Chinggis Khan.
Ruler of Golden Horde; one of Chinggis Khan's grandsons; resp…
tumens
Basic fighting units of the Mongol forces; consisted of 10,00…
Tangut
Rulers of Xi-Xia kingdom of northwest China; one of regional…
AP world history chapter 14
Islam
Muslim
Dar al-Islam
Bedouin
"Submission"
"One who has submitted"
House of Islam; land under Islamic rule
Nomadic herders, organized clans in Arabia
Islam
"Submission"
Muslim
"One who has submitted"
AP World History Chapter 14
Alexander Nevskii
Baibars
Berke
Hulegu
Prince of Novgorod (r. 1236-1263). He submitted to the invadi…
(1223-1277) Commander of Mamluk forces at Ain Jalut in 1260;…
Believed that material objects only existed as ideas in the m…
Khubilai's brother who conquered the Abbasid dynasty and esta…
Alexander Nevskii
Prince of Novgorod (r. 1236-1263). He submitted to the invadi…
Baibars
(1223-1277) Commander of Mamluk forces at Ain Jalut in 1260;…
AP World History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Abbasid
Al-Andalus
Bedouins
Caliph
Cosmopolitan Arabic dynasty (750-1258) that replaced the Umay…
Islamic Spain.
Nomadic Arabic tribespeople.
"deputy," Islamic leader after the death of Muhammad
Abbasid
Cosmopolitan Arabic dynasty (750-1258) that replaced the Umay…
Al-Andalus
Islamic Spain.
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AP World History Chapter 14
Muhammad
Abu Bakr
Ali
Abu al-Abbas
definition: the Arab prophet who founded Islam (570-632)... sign…
definition: companion of 1st Muslim leader after Muhammad, re…
definition: the fourth caliph of Islam who is considered to b…
definition: Leader of rebellion in Persia that led to the dow…
Muhammad
definition: the Arab prophet who founded Islam (570-632)... sign…
Abu Bakr
definition: companion of 1st Muslim leader after Muhammad, re…
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Chapter 14 AP World History
Sui
Tang Taizong
Uighers
Chan Buddhism
Dynasty that succeeded the Han in China; emerged from strong…
(627- 649) He reconquerored the northern and western land tha…
a member of a Turkish people dominant in Mongolia and eastern…
Known as Zen in Japan; stressed meditation and appreciation o…
Sui
Dynasty that succeeded the Han in China; emerged from strong…
Tang Taizong
(627- 649) He reconquerored the northern and western land tha…
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AP World History: Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Alexander Nevskii
Battle of Kulikova
King Bela
Baibars
Prince of Novgorod (r. 1236-1263). He submitted to the invadi…
Russian army victory over the forces of the Golden Horde; hel…
King of Hungary
Commander of Mamluk forces at Ain Jalut in 1260; originally e…
Alexander Nevskii
Prince of Novgorod (r. 1236-1263). He submitted to the invadi…
Battle of Kulikova
Russian army victory over the forces of the Golden Horde; hel…
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AP World History Chapter 14
kuriltai
khagan
tumens
muhammad shah II
Meeting of all Mongol chieftains at which the supreme ruler o…
Title for supreme ruler of all Mongol tribes
Basic fighting units of the Mongol forces; consisted of 10,00…
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
kuriltai
Meeting of all Mongol chieftains at which the supreme ruler o…
khagan
Title for supreme ruler of all Mongol tribes
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AP World History Chapter 14 Margin Review
What enabled Europeans to carve out hu…
What large-scale transformations did E…
What was the economic foundation of co…
How did the plantation societies of Br…
1.Europeans were much closer to the Americas than were their…
1.European empire building caused the demographic collapse of…
1.The economic foundation of colonial rule in Mexico and Peru…
1.In North America, there was less racial mixing and less wil…
What enabled Europeans to carve out hu…
1.Europeans were much closer to the Americas than were their…
What large-scale transformations did E…
1.European empire building caused the demographic collapse of…
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AP World History Chapter 14
Akbar:
Aurangzeb:
Constantinople
Creoles
also known as shah Anshan or Akbar the great (ruled from 1556…
son and successor of Shah Jahan; pushed extent of Mughal cont…
the eastern roman empire after the fall of the western empire…
Spaniards born in the Americas
Akbar:
also known as shah Anshan or Akbar the great (ruled from 1556…
Aurangzeb:
son and successor of Shah Jahan; pushed extent of Mughal cont…
Chapter 14 AP World History
The Great Dying
Columbian Exchange
Mercantiliam
Creole
Americas, 16th-17th centuries ... •Process of large-scale deaths…
Americas, 16th-17th centuries ... •Exchange of goods, crops, and…
Europe, c. 16th-18th centuries ... • Economic theory that served…
Spanish colonies (Americas), c. 16th-18th centuries... •Social c…
The Great Dying
Americas, 16th-17th centuries ... •Process of large-scale deaths…
Columbian Exchange
Americas, 16th-17th centuries ... •Exchange of goods, crops, and…
16 terms
AP World History Chapter 14 (Strayer)
The Great Dying
Columbian Exchange
Peninsulares
Mestizo
1450-1750 : The massive epidemic caused by old world diseases…
1450-1750 : The exchange of plants, animals, culture and dise…
1450-1750 : Descendants of the original conquistadores sought…
1450 - 1750 : The most distinctive feature of these new colon…
The Great Dying
1450-1750 : The massive epidemic caused by old world diseases…
Columbian Exchange
1450-1750 : The exchange of plants, animals, culture and dise…
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