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AP World History: Period 2
Israel
Hebrew Bible
Abraham
Jewish Diaspora
Land between the eastern shore of the Mediterranean and the J…
Also known as the Old Testament. Several collections of mater…
Born in the city of Ur in Southern Mesopotamia. His grandsons…
When Jews spread from Israel to western Asia and Mediterranea…
Israel
Land between the eastern shore of the Mediterranean and the J…
Hebrew Bible
Also known as the Old Testament. Several collections of mater…
AP World History Chapter 5
Axum
Ethiopia
Silk Roads
Shintoism
Caused Kush decline; a new power located in what is now Ethio…
Another regional kingdom that Axum ultimately fell to
A system of ancient caravan routes across Central Asia, along…
Religion located in Japan and related to Buddhism. Shintoism…
Axum
Caused Kush decline; a new power located in what is now Ethio…
Ethiopia
Another regional kingdom that Axum ultimately fell to
1,520 terms
WHS 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…
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AP World History Chapter 13
Taika reforms
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
Bushi
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
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 the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
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Period 4 - AP World History
the time period of 1450 - 1750... (it is…
the church's actions to revive their r…
a religious order converting people to…
War within the Holy Roman Empire betwe…
Early Modern Period
Catholic Reformation
Jesuits
Thirty Years War
the time period of 1450 - 1750... (it is…
Early Modern Period
the church's actions to revive their r…
Catholic Reformation
Geography AP World History
East Asia Countries
Southeast Asia Countries
South Asia Countries
Middle East
China... Korea... Japan
Thailand... Vietnam... Cambodia
India... Nepal... Bangladesh
Southwest Asia and North Africa AKA
East Asia Countries
China... Korea... Japan
Southeast Asia Countries
Thailand... Vietnam... Cambodia
AP World History Map
India
China
North Korea
South Korea
India
China
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Period 4 - AP World History
Early Modern Period
Catholic Reformation
Jesuits
Thirty Years War
the time period of 1450 - 1750... (it is called this because eve…
the church's actions to revive their reputation and membershi…
a religious order converting people to return to the church (…
War within the Holy Roman Empire between German Protestants a…
Early Modern Period
the time period of 1450 - 1750... (it is called this because eve…
Catholic Reformation
the church's actions to revive their reputation and membershi…
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AP World History Chapter 1
Venus figurines
Trance dance
Teosinte
"Stateless societies"
Name is given to Paleolithic figurines that depict the female…
The part time shamans (people believed to be skilled with the…
modern day corns ancestor p.33-34
A society that is governed without any Kings, chiefs bureaucr…
Venus figurines
Name is given to Paleolithic figurines that depict the female…
Trance dance
The part time shamans (people believed to be skilled with the…
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AP World History: Period 3
Mercantile
Conduits
Pastoral Groups
Interregional
Related to commerce or trade
a channel for conveying cultural diffusion between socieities
Nomadic groups that domesticated animals and sustained trade…
movement from one region of a country to another
Mercantile
Related to commerce or trade
Conduits
a channel for conveying cultural diffusion between socieities
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AP World History First Semester
Australopithecus
Homo Erectus
Homo Sapeins
Paleolithic Age
definition: genus of human ancestors that lived in Africa, no…
definition: human ancestor that had upright skeletons, strong…
definition: current humans, larger brains allowed for more su…
definition: "old stone age," beginning of stone tools for con…
Australopithecus
definition: genus of human ancestors that lived in Africa, no…
Homo Erectus
definition: human ancestor that had upright skeletons, strong…
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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…
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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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Period 4 - AP World History
Early Modern Period
Catholic Reformation
Jesuits
Thirty Years War
the time period of 1450 - 1750... (it is called this because eve…
the church's actions to revive their reputation and membershi…
a religious order converting people to return to the church (…
War within the Holy Roman Empire between German Protestants a…
Early Modern Period
the time period of 1450 - 1750... (it is called this because eve…
Catholic Reformation
the church's actions to revive their reputation and membershi…
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AP World History: Islam
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…
AP World History Essay
Social difference between South Asia a…
Social comparison between South Asia a…
Social difference between South Asia a…
Social comparison between South Asia a…
1. South Asia had a patriarchy while Mesopotamia let women ha…
1. both had social classes... 2. both had dynasties that ruled a…
1. Egypt used pharaohs while South Asia used kings... 2. Egypt w…
1. both had a caste system that ranged from king to slave
Social difference between South Asia a…
1. South Asia had a patriarchy while Mesopotamia let women ha…
Social comparison between South Asia a…
1. both had social classes... 2. both had dynasties that ruled a…
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AP World History- Unit 3
Buddhism
Chan Buddhism
Daoism
Dunhuang
came to china over the silk roads. It is a religion that desi…
An influential branch of Buddhism in China, with an emphasis…
Chinese philosophy with origins in the Zhou dynasty; it is as…
Oasis in modern western China that became a site of Buddhist…
Buddhism
came to china over the silk roads. It is a religion that desi…
Chan Buddhism
An influential branch of Buddhism in China, with an emphasis…
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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…
137 terms
Period 6 - AP World History
Western Front
Eastern Front
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Nicholas II
war line between Belgium and Switzerland during World War I;…
war zone from the Baltic to the Balkans where Germans, Austro…
Austro-Hungarian heir to the throne assassinated at Sarajevo…
Russian tsar (r. 1894-1917); executed in 1918
Western Front
war line between Belgium and Switzerland during World War I;…
Eastern Front
war zone from the Baltic to the Balkans where Germans, Austro…
AP World History World Map
Latin America
Mesoamerica
Caribbean
South America
Mesoamerica, Caribbean, South America
Mexico
Cuba, Haiti
Peru, Brazil, Chile
Latin America
Mesoamerica, Caribbean, South America
Mesoamerica
Mexico
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AP World History Chapter 2
Shang
Zhou
Qin
Han
The dominant people in the earliest Chinese dynasty for which…
The people and dynasty that took over the dominant position i…
A people and state in the Wei Valley of eastern China that co…
Imperial dynasty that ruled China from 206 B.C.E to 221 C.E.,…
Shang
The dominant people in the earliest Chinese dynasty for which…
Zhou
The people and dynasty that took over the dominant position i…
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AP World History Regions (countries in regions)
China
Japan
North Korea
South Korea
East Asia
East Asia
East Asia
East Asia
China
East Asia
Japan
East Asia
AP World History: Unit 1, AP World History Unit 2
Agriculture
Agrarian
Bands/ Clans
Civilization
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
a society in an advanced state of social development (e.g., w…
Agriculture
The deliberate effort to modify a portion of Earth's surface…
Agrarian
pertaining to land or its cultivation; Ex. agrarian reform, a…
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AP World History Review
Environmental and Periodization Issues
Changes that happened as a result of t…
The Nature of Civilization: Characteri…
Periodization
--The ability to settle was based almost entirely on successf…
--Increase in Reliable Food Supplies: Control food production…
--Large Cities: controlled hinterlands in order to guarantee…
1) Early agricultural and technological development (About 80…
Environmental and Periodization Issues
--The ability to settle was based almost entirely on successf…
Changes that happened as a result of t…
--Increase in Reliable Food Supplies: Control food production…
AP World History Period 4
Akbar
Columbian Exchange
Conquistadores
Constantinople, 1453
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal... Empire (r. 1556-160…
The massive transatlantic interaction and exchange between th…
Spanish conquerors of the Native American lands, most notably…
The capital and almost the only outpost left of the Byzantine…
Akbar
The most famous emperor of India's Mughal... Empire (r. 1556-160…
Columbian Exchange
The massive transatlantic interaction and exchange between th…
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Ap world history - China
Chung Kuo
Huang He
Yangtze
China has ____% of the world's arable…
Middle Kingdom
-north china ... -civilization developed there... -flooding... -drylan…
-south china... -wetland agriculture
7%
Chung Kuo
Middle Kingdom
Huang He
-north china ... -civilization developed there... -flooding... -drylan…
AP U.S. History Random
Conservatives
Liberals
John Dickinson (1776)
Articles of Confederation
stressed the need for law and order
more concerned with protecting the individual rights of the p…
wrote 1st U.S. Constitution
Legislative Branch... Unicameral Congress... Committee of States
Conservatives
stressed the need for law and order
Liberals
more concerned with protecting the individual rights of the p…
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AP World History Chapter 13
Taika reforms
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
Bushi
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
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 the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
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AP World History Chapter 15
Ibn-Rushd (Averroës)
Ming Dynasty
Zhenghe
Black Death
Iberian Muslim philosopher; studied Greek rationalism; ignore…
Replaced Mongol Yuan dynasty in China in 1368; lasted until 1…
Muslim Chinese seaman; commanded expeditions throughout the I…
14th-century bubonic plague; decimated populations in Asia an…
Ibn-Rushd (Averroës)
Iberian Muslim philosopher; studied Greek rationalism; ignore…
Ming Dynasty
Replaced Mongol Yuan dynasty in China in 1368; lasted until 1…
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AP world history chapter 12
mongols
genghis khan
nomadism
yuan empire
A bomadic people who came from the steppes northwest of China
A Mongolian general and emperor of the late twelfth and early…
A way of life, forced by a scarcity of resources, in which gr…
1271-1368 CE. Established when the Mongols conquered the Chin…
mongols
A bomadic people who came from the steppes northwest of China
genghis khan
A Mongolian general and emperor of the late twelfth and early…
AP World History Unit 1
Sumer
Semitic Migrants
Sumerian City-States
Sargon of Akkad
Sumer was the first known civilization which existed in the s…
People of Semitic families who spoke semitic languages such a…
Sumer's cities which became states to prevent conflicts and a…
The creator of empire in Mesopatamia. ( a city near Kish and…
Sumer
Sumer was the first known civilization which existed in the s…
Semitic Migrants
People of Semitic families who spoke semitic languages such a…
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AP World History Set - All Chapters
2 Mesopotamia
2 Fertile Crescent
2 ziggurat
2 pictograms
Means the "land between the rivers". It is a region between t…
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.…
2 Mesopotamia
Means the "land between the rivers". It is a region between t…
2 Fertile Crescent
The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers gave life to the first known…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Middle Ages
gothic
Vikings
Manorialism
The period in western European history between the fall of th…
An architectural style developed during the Middle Ages in we…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders who disrupted coastal areas of…
System of economic and political relations between landlords…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history between the fall of th…
gothic
An architectural style developed during the Middle Ages in we…
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Unit 3 600-1450 AP World History
Silk Roads
Black Death
Indian Ocean trading network
Srivijaya
the most famous of the trading routes established by pastoral…
The common name for a major outbreak of plague that spread ac…
The world's largest sea-based system of comunication and exch…
A Malay kingdom that dominated the Straits of Malacca between…
Silk Roads
the most famous of the trading routes established by pastoral…
Black Death
The common name for a major outbreak of plague that spread ac…
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AP World History Period 1
nomad
foraging societies
pastoral societies
cuneiform
early people whose sole focus in life was shelter and food
hunter-gatherer clans; small groups of people who traveled fr…
domesticated animals; small-scale agriculture; extended famil…
first form of writing created by Sumerians
nomad
early people whose sole focus in life was shelter and food
foraging societies
hunter-gatherer clans; small groups of people who traveled fr…
Unit 3 AP World History
Ka'aba
Muhammad
Islam
The "Five Pillars"
polytheistic shrine
Guy who built on the religious traditions of the Arabian peni…
the religion of the Muslims, a monotheistic faith regarded as…
FPFAP: Faith, Prayer, Fasting, Alms-Giving, Pilgrimage (Hajj)
Ka'aba
polytheistic shrine
Muhammad
Guy who built on the religious traditions of the Arabian peni…
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AP World History Period 1
Big Geography
Paleolithic
Path of migration for humans during Pa…
Eglitarian
A term that draws attention to the global nature of world his…
The period that ended about 3,000 years after the end of the…
From Africa to Eurasia, Australia, and the Americas
Believing in the equality of all peoples
Big Geography
A term that draws attention to the global nature of world his…
Paleolithic
The period that ended about 3,000 years after the end of the…
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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…
1,510 terms
AP World History Vocabulary Fall
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…
21 terms
AP World History-Chapters 24
Dona Marina
Hernan Cortez
conquistador
Tenochtitlan
A native woman who was a translator for Hernan Cortez.
Spanish conquistador who conquered the Aztec Empire.
A Spanish solider and explorer
Aztec capital
Dona Marina
A native woman who was a translator for Hernan Cortez.
Hernan Cortez
Spanish conquistador who conquered the Aztec Empire.
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
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AP World History Unit 1
Sumer
Semitic Migrants
Sumerian City-States
Sargon of Akkad
Sumer was the first known civilization which existed in the s…
People of Semitic families who spoke semitic languages such a…
Sumer's cities which became states to prevent conflicts and a…
The creator of empire in Mesopatamia. ( a city near Kish and…
Sumer
Sumer was the first known civilization which existed in the s…
Semitic Migrants
People of Semitic families who spoke semitic languages such a…
25 terms
AP World History Chapter 2
civilization
Mesopotamia
Sumerians
cuneiform
Societies distinguished by reliance on sedentary agriculture,…
Literally "between the rivers"; the civilizations that arose…
People who migrated into Mesopotamia c. 4000 B.C.E.; created…
A form of writing developed by the Sumerians using a wedge-sh…
civilization
Societies distinguished by reliance on sedentary agriculture,…
Mesopotamia
Literally "between the rivers"; the civilizations that arose…
83 terms
AP world history timeline
8000 BCE
3000 BCE
6th century BCE
5th century BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
Beginnings of Bronze Age
Beginnings of Buddhism and Confucianism
Greek golden age
8000 BCE
Beginnings of agriculture
3000 BCE
Beginnings of Bronze Age
AP World History Unit 2
Early Han Policies
The Martial Emperor, Han Wudi
The medes and the Persians - migrated…
Cyrus
Liu Bang attempted to follow a middle path between the decent…
He ruled his empire with vigor. He pursued two policies in pa…
day state of Iran), where they lived in loose subjection to t…
reigned from 558-530 B.C.E and launched the Persian's imperia…
Early Han Policies
Liu Bang attempted to follow a middle path between the decent…
The Martial Emperor, Han Wudi
He ruled his empire with vigor. He pursued two policies in pa…
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AP World History - AP Review - Period 1
Agricultural Revolutions
Babylon
Bronze
Chavin
The change from food gathering to food production that occurr…
The largest and most important city in Mesopotamia. It achiev…
an alloy of copper and tin and sometimes other elements
First major urban civilization in South America. Capital is d…
Agricultural Revolutions
The change from food gathering to food production that occurr…
Babylon
The largest and most important city in Mesopotamia. It achiev…
AP World History Vocab.
Absolution
Capitalism
Caravel
City-State
Formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment.
An economic and political system in which a country's trade a…
Annoy of several sailing ships.
A state that has its own government and consists of a city an…
Absolution
Formal release from guilt, obligation, or punishment.
Capitalism
An economic and political system in which a country's trade a…
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AP World History AMSCO 8
Baghdad
Bedouins
Sultan
Viziers
Originally the capital during the Abbasid rule. Center of Ara…
Arabic-speaking nomadic people. They often ran trade caravans.
The king or ruler of a Muslim state or country
A high ranking officer in various Muslims countries especiall…
Baghdad
Originally the capital during the Abbasid rule. Center of Ara…
Bedouins
Arabic-speaking nomadic people. They often ran trade caravans.
1,535 terms
The Original Ultimate AP World History Set
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…
62 terms
Religions-AP World History
Pope
Patriarch
Muslim
Rosh Hashana
The head of the Catholic church.
The head of the Eastern Orthodox church.
One who "submits to the will of Allah."
Jewish New Year
Pope
The head of the Catholic church.
Patriarch
The head of the Eastern Orthodox church.
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