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AP World History Chapter 9 Notes
Pre-Islam Arabia
Mecca
Muhammad Ibn Abdullah
Quran
Nomadic peoples of Arabian Peninsula, Bedouins, were made of…
Religious capital of Kaaba (prominent religious shrine in Ara…
570-632 CE... Born in Mecca to Quraysh family who died when he w…
Religious text of Islam.... Recorded the revelations of Muhammad…
Pre-Islam Arabia
Nomadic peoples of Arabian Peninsula, Bedouins, were made of…
Mecca
Religious capital of Kaaba (prominent religious shrine in Ara…
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AP World History Chapter 9- Vocabulary Terms
Charlemagne
Medieval
Byzantine Empire
Kievan Russia
(742-814) King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-81…
Literally "middle age," a term that historians of Europe use…
Historians' name for the eastern portion of the Roman Empire…
State established at Kiev in Ukraine ca. 879 by Scandinavian…
Charlemagne
(742-814) King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-81…
Medieval
Literally "middle age," a term that historians of Europe use…
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AP World History Chapter 9 Key Terms
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 9 Key Terms
Stateless Societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
Almohads
societies of various sizes organized through kinship and lack…
Roman name for present-day Tunisia.
Arabic term for northwestern Africa.
A later puritanical Islamic reform movement among the Berbers…
Stateless Societies
societies of various sizes organized through kinship and lack…
Ifriqiya
Roman name for present-day Tunisia.
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Ap World History Chapter 9
Punjab
Maurya Dynasty
Maurya Dynasty
Maurya Dynasty
A northern region of India. It is the only way one can enter…
An Indian Empire that had a bureaucratic administration. It u…
A dynasty that fell when it overtaxed the people, which led t…
The empire in India that supported Buddhism, and later accept…
Punjab
A northern region of India. It is the only way one can enter…
Maurya Dynasty
An Indian Empire that had a bureaucratic administration. It u…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 9 Terms
An Lushan
bushido
Chinese Buddhism
chu nom
-Foreign-born general ... -Led a major revolt against the Tang d…
-The "way of the warrior" ... -Military virtues of the Japanese…
-China's only large-scale cultural borrowing ... -Only became po…
-A variation of Chinese writing ... -Developed in Vietnam... -Basis…
An Lushan
-Foreign-born general ... -Led a major revolt against the Tang d…
bushido
-The "way of the warrior" ... -Military virtues of the Japanese…
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Chapter 9 AP World History Terms
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
(c. 505-565) One of Justinian's most important military comma…
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
(c. 505-565) One of Justinian's most important military comma…
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AP World History Chapter 9 Terms
Justinian
Hagia Sophia
Byzantine Empire
Theodora
6th century Byzantine emperor, failed to reconquer the wester…
great domed church constructed during reign of Justinian
eastern half of Roman empire following collapse of western ha…
Justinian's wife, had equal power with her spouse
Justinian
6th century Byzantine emperor, failed to reconquer the wester…
Hagia Sophia
great domed church constructed during reign of Justinian
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AP World History: Chapter 9 Key Terms
Byzantine Empire
Charlemagne (a.k.a. the son of Pepin &…
Crusades (1095-1204)
fief
- established Christianity as their official religion ... - buil…
- first to have the title of "emperor" after being crowned by…
- series of Christian military campaigns against Muslims... - re…
- grant of land in return for military service... - (kings/lords…
Byzantine Empire
- established Christianity as their official religion ... - buil…
Charlemagne (a.k.a. the son of Pepin &…
- first to have the title of "emperor" after being crowned by…
AP World History Chapter 9
The trade between the Arabs and the Sa…
The Sasanid Empire was centered in wha…
The Sansanid and Byzantine empires avo…
The establishment of Zoroastrianism an…
camels
iran
central control, aristocracy, arts, integrating frontier peop…
the subsequent rise of Islam as the focus of a political empire
The trade between the Arabs and the Sa…
camels
The Sasanid Empire was centered in wha…
iran
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AP World History Chapter 9
Byzantine Empire
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek Fire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built u…
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals (petroleu…
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Hagia Sophia
Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built u…
AP World History Chapter 9 Terms
Justinian
Manzikert
Tartars
Cyril and Methodius
Eastern Roman emperor between 527 and 565 CE; tried to restor…
Seljuk Turk victory over Byzantine
Mongols; captured Russian cities and largely destroyed Kievan…
Byzantine missionaries sent to convert eastern Europe and the…
Justinian
Eastern Roman emperor between 527 and 565 CE; tried to restor…
Manzikert
Seljuk Turk victory over Byzantine
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AP World History Chapter 9
Russian king
Russia centered around
Vladimir chose which religion
Vladimir was baptized in
Vladimir
Kiev
Orthodox Christianity
Cherson
Russian king
Vladimir
Russia centered around
Kiev
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AP World History Chapter 9
Byzantine Empire
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek Fire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built u…
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals (petroleu…
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Hagia Sophia
Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built u…
AP World History Chapter 9
Although only fragments remain, some o…
Megasthenes was
During the time of the Aryans, the Ind…
The Indian political scene changed dra…
Megasthenes.
the author of the Indika
a series of small kingdoms.
Persians.
Although only fragments remain, some o…
Megasthenes.
Megasthenes was
the author of the Indika
AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 9
An Lushan
bushido
Chinese Buddhism
chu nom
General who led a major revolt against the Tang dynasty provo…
"Way of the warrior" Military virtues of the Japanese samurai…
China's only large-scale cultural borrowing before the twenti…
A variation of Chinese writing developed in Vietnam that beca…
An Lushan
General who led a major revolt against the Tang dynasty provo…
bushido
"Way of the warrior" Military virtues of the Japanese samurai…
AP World History Chapter 9
Schisms, the formost threat to the Chr…
The Schism of 1054 between the Eastern…
The 6th century Plague of Justinian was
In the 7th century, the Byzantines exp…
Formal divisions over different Kings and church leaders over…
The Jurisdiction of the Western papacy.
an outbreak of the bubonic plague during the Justinian rule
The rapid growth of the merchant class.
Schisms, the formost threat to the Chr…
Formal divisions over different Kings and church leaders over…
The Schism of 1054 between the Eastern…
The Jurisdiction of the Western papacy.
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AP World History Chapter 9
Malcom X
Visit to Mecca 1964 and participation…
Iranian Revolution occurred in
Humiliating European intrusion is
Believed that through the context of Islam racial barriers co…
Lead to Malcom X changing his view toward black separatism.
1979
a common experience by both Muslim and Chinese societies
Malcom X
Believed that through the context of Islam racial barriers co…
Visit to Mecca 1964 and participation…
Lead to Malcom X changing his view toward black separatism.
AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 9 Terms
An Lushan
bushido
Chinese Buddhism
chu nom
Foreign-born general who led a major revolt against the Tang…
The "way of the warrior," referring to the military virtues o…
Buddhism was China's only large-scale cultural borrowing befo…
A variation of Chinese writing developed in Vietnam that beca…
An Lushan
Foreign-born general who led a major revolt against the Tang…
bushido
The "way of the warrior," referring to the military virtues o…
28 terms
Chapter 9 AP World History
(PI, 253)... Charlemagne
(SR, 253)... Medieval
(P, 253)... Byzantine Empire
(PR, 254)... Kievan Russia
King of the Franks and emperor. Through a series of military…
Literally "middle age," a term that historians use for the pe…
Historians' name for the eastern portion of the Roman Empire…
State established at Kiev in Ukraine by Scandinavian adventur…
(PI, 253)... Charlemagne
King of the Franks and emperor. Through a series of military…
(SR, 253)... Medieval
Literally "middle age," a term that historians use for the pe…
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AP World History Ways of the World: Chapter 9 Terms
An Lushan
bushido
Chinese Buddhism
chu nom
Foreign-born general who led a major revolt against the Tang…
The "way of the warrior," referring to the military virtues o…
Buddhism was China's only large-scale cultural borrowing befo…
A variation of Chinese writing developed in Vietnam that beca…
An Lushan
Foreign-born general who led a major revolt against the Tang…
bushido
The "way of the warrior," referring to the military virtues o…
AP World History Chapter 9
Darius
Alexander the Great
Magadha
Chandragupta Maurya
(520 B.C.E.) Persian emperor ______ conquers northwest India…
(327 B.C.E.) _________ of Macedon destroys Persian empire in…
Central Ganges plain. The most significant remaining kingdom…
Began taking over small regions of Magadha in 321BCE and work…
Darius
(520 B.C.E.) Persian emperor ______ conquers northwest India…
Alexander the Great
(327 B.C.E.) _________ of Macedon destroys Persian empire in…
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Chapter 9, AP World History
Which of the following statements expr…
Which of the following was a feature o…
Which of the following was a result of…
Which of the following is an example o…
Women were spiritually equal to men
The Muslim notion of equality of all believers
The exchange of agricultural products and practices from one…
Judges
Which of the following statements expr…
Women were spiritually equal to men
Which of the following was a feature o…
The Muslim notion of equality of all believers
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AP World History Chapter 9 Terms
Justinian
Hagia Sophia
Body of Civil Law
Bulgaria
6th century Byzantine emperor; failed to reconquer the wester…
great domed church constructed during reign of Justinian.
Justinian's codification of Roman law; reconciled Roman edict…
Slavic kingdom in Balkans; constant pressure on Byzantine Emp…
Justinian
6th century Byzantine emperor; failed to reconquer the wester…
Hagia Sophia
great domed church constructed during reign of Justinian.
AP World History Webb Chapter 9 Vocab
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
A beautiful church built by Justinian's builders.
A general Justinian sent to claim land in North Africa and It…
A kind of napalm (special type of mixture) made of petroleum,…
A Slavic kingdom that was eventually taken over by the Byzant…
Hagia Sophia
A beautiful church built by Justinian's builders.
Belisarius
A general Justinian sent to claim land in North Africa and It…
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AP World History Chapter 9 Key Terms
Hangul
Chu nom
Trung sisters
Shotoku Taishi
A phonetic alphabet for writing the Korean language
Chinese writing that developed in Vietnam that became the bas…
Vietnamese sisters who launched a revolt against the Chinese…
Statesman who modeled Japan after China
Hangul
A phonetic alphabet for writing the Korean language
Chu nom
Chinese writing that developed in Vietnam that became the bas…
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AP World History Chapter 9-10 terms
Belisarius
Hagia Sophia
Greek fire
Bulgaria
Byzantine general under Justinian I(briliant; helped gain N A…
Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built u…
kind of napalm made by Byzantine empire, helped defeat Arab t…
Slavic kingdom in Northern portions of Balkan peninsula that…
Belisarius
Byzantine general under Justinian I(briliant; helped gain N A…
Hagia Sophia
Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built u…
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Chapter 9 ap World History Urbanski
Sheikh
Allah
Revelation
Quran
The ruler of an Arabic tribe, chosen from one of the leading…
Arabic for God; the supreme god of islam
a divine truth
the holy scriptures of the religion of Islam
Sheikh
The ruler of an Arabic tribe, chosen from one of the leading…
Allah
Arabic for God; the supreme god of islam
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AP World History Key Terms Chapter 9
Abbasid caliphate
Anadalus, al-
Anatolia
Battle of Talas River
Dynasty of caliphs who ruled an increasingly fragmented Islam…
Arabic name for Spain
Ancient name of Asia Minor, part of the Byzantine Empire that…
Arab victory over the Chinese in 751 C.E. that checked Chines…
Abbasid caliphate
Dynasty of caliphs who ruled an increasingly fragmented Islam…
Anadalus, al-
Arabic name for Spain
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AP World History: Chapter 9 Terms
Silla Dynasty
Chinese Buddhism
Economic Revolution
Hangzhou
The first ruling dynasty to bring a measure of political unit…
Buddhism was China's only large-scale cultural borrowing befo…
A major economic quickening that took place in China under th…
China's capital during the Song dynasty, with a population of…
Silla Dynasty
The first ruling dynasty to bring a measure of political unit…
Chinese Buddhism
Buddhism was China's only large-scale cultural borrowing befo…
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AP world history chapter 9 terms
Russian orthodoxy
Tartars
Cyril and Methodius
Bulgaria
Russian form of christianity imported from Byzantine empire a…
Mongols that captured Russian cities and largely destroyed Ki…
Missionaries sent by Byzantine government to Eastern Europe a…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan Pen…
Russian orthodoxy
Russian form of christianity imported from Byzantine empire a…
Tartars
Mongols that captured Russian cities and largely destroyed Ki…
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AP World History Chapter 9-10 terms
Belisarius
Hagia Sophia
Greek fire
Bulgaria
Byzantine general under Justinian I (briliant; helped gain N…
Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built u…
kind of napalm made by Byzantine empire, helped defeat Arab t…
Slavic kingdom in Northern portions of Balkan peninsula that…
Belisarius
Byzantine general under Justinian I (briliant; helped gain N…
Hagia Sophia
Most famous example of Byzantine architecture, it was built u…
Key Terms-Chapter 9 AP World History
An Lushan
bushido
Chinese Buddhism
chu nom
Foreign-born general who led a major revolt against the Tang…
The "way of the warrior", referring to the military virtues o…
Buddhism was China's only large-scale cultural borrowing befo…
A variation of Chinese writing developed in Vietnam that beca…
An Lushan
Foreign-born general who led a major revolt against the Tang…
bushido
The "way of the warrior", referring to the military virtues o…
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AP World History Study Terms for Chapter 9
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: Chapter 9 Key Terms
Abbasid caliphate
Mullah Nasruddin
al-Ghazali
Pillars of Islam
Dynasty of caliphs who ruled an increasingly fragmented Islam…
This title meant a man of some learning, a cleric or leader o…
Great Muslim theologian, legal scholar, and Sufi mystic (1058…
The five core practices required of Muslims: a profession of…
Abbasid caliphate
Dynasty of caliphs who ruled an increasingly fragmented Islam…
Mullah Nasruddin
This title meant a man of some learning, a cleric or leader o…
AP World History Chapter 9 Terms
Al-Ghazali
Quran (Koran)
Hijra
Umma
definition: Islamic theologian who struggled to fuse Greek an…
definition: the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to t…
definition: The Migration of Muhammad from Mecca to Medina in…
definition: the Muslim community or people, considered to ext…
Al-Ghazali
definition: Islamic theologian who struggled to fuse Greek an…
Quran (Koran)
definition: the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to t…
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AP World History Chapter 9: How to Lose Sleep !!!!
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…
chapter 9 key terms ap world history
abbasid caliphate
andulus
anatolia
battle of talas river
dynasty of caliphs who ruled an increasingly fragmented Islam…
Arabic name for Spain (literally meaning the land of the vand…
ancient name of Asia Minor part of the Byzantine Empire that…
Eric victory over the Chinese in 751 CE that checked Chinese…
abbasid caliphate
dynasty of caliphs who ruled an increasingly fragmented Islam…
andulus
Arabic name for Spain (literally meaning the land of the vand…
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Chapter 9 Terms - AP World
Byzantine Empire
Justinian
Theodora
Greek fire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Byzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered muc…
the wife of Justinian, she helped to improve the status of wo…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals (petroleu…
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Justinian
Byzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered muc…
AP World History Chapter 9 Ethel Wood
the Tropics
monsoons
Sudanic Empires (sub-saharan Africa)
Bantu
(a climate zone) lands that lie between the Tropic of Cancer…
altering winds created by high pressure over the Himalayan mo…
Empires which include Ghana, Mali, and Songhay
original nomads of central Africa who spread their language a…
the Tropics
(a climate zone) lands that lie between the Tropic of Cancer…
monsoons
altering winds created by high pressure over the Himalayan mo…
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AP World History chapter 9 vocabulary terms
Charlemagne
Medieval
Byzantine Empire
Kievan Russia
King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-814). Throug…
Literally "middle age," a term that historians of Europe use…
Historians' name for the eastern portion of the Roman Empire…
State established at Kiev in Ukraine ca. 882 by Scandinavian…
Charlemagne
King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-814). Throug…
Medieval
Literally "middle age," a term that historians of Europe use…
Chapter 9-AP World History
Charlemagne
Medieval
Kievan Russia
Byzantine Empire
742-814; King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-814…
Period between 500-1500 in Europe; between Greco-Roman antiqu…
State established at Kiev in Ukraine in 882 by Scandinavian a…
Eastern portion of the Roman Empire from the fourth century o…
Charlemagne
742-814; King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-814…
Medieval
Period between 500-1500 in Europe; between Greco-Roman antiqu…
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AP World History Chapter 9- Vocabulary Terms
Charlemagne
Medieval
Byzantine Empire
Kievan Russia
(742-814) King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-81…
Literally "middle age," a term that historians of Europe use…
Historians' name for the eastern portion of the Roman Empire…
State established at Kiev in Ukraine ca. 879 by Scandinavian…
Charlemagne
(742-814) King of the Franks (r. 768-814); emperor (r. 800-81…
Medieval
Literally "middle age," a term that historians of Europe use…
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AP world history chapter 9
Pope
Medieval
Manor
Serfs
the Bishop of Rome and the leader of the worldwide Catholic C…
In European history, the Middle Ages,lasted from the 5th to t…
The noble and all his property and estate.
An agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work…
Pope
the Bishop of Rome and the leader of the worldwide Catholic C…
Medieval
In European history, the Middle Ages,lasted from the 5th to t…
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Ap world history chapter 9 terms
Shinto
Chan(Zen) Buddihsm
Mahayana Buddhism
Thervada(Hinayana) Buddihsm
- a Japanese religion dating from the early 8th century and i…
- a Japanese school of Mahayana Buddhism emphasizing the valu…
- one of the two major traditions of Buddhism, now practiced…
- one of two great schools of Buddhist doctrine emphasizing p…
Shinto
- a Japanese religion dating from the early 8th century and i…
Chan(Zen) Buddihsm
- a Japanese school of Mahayana Buddhism emphasizing the valu…
AP World History Chapter 9 Terms
Hagia Sophia
Greek Fire
Bulgaria
Icons
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic kingdom established in northern potions of Balkan Peni…
an artistic representation, usually of a religious figure.
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Greek Fire
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
AP World History Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Sui dynasty
Tang dynasty
Song dynasty economic revolution
Hangzhou
Ruling dynasty of China that effectively reunited the country…
It ruled China from 618 to 907 and was noted for its openness…
A major economic quickening that took place in China under th…
China's capital during the Song dynasty... It had a population…
Sui dynasty
Ruling dynasty of China that effectively reunited the country…
Tang dynasty
It ruled China from 618 to 907 and was noted for its openness…
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AP World: Chapter 9 Key Terms
Abbasid caliphate
Mullah Nasruddin
al-Ghazali
Pillars of Islam
Dynasty of caliphs who ruled an increasingly fragmented Islam…
This title meant a man of some learning, a cleric or leader o…
Great Muslim theologian, legal scholar, and Sufi mystic (1058…
The five core practices required of Muslims: a profession of…
Abbasid caliphate
Dynasty of caliphs who ruled an increasingly fragmented Islam…
Mullah Nasruddin
This title meant a man of some learning, a cleric or leader o…
33 terms
AP World History Chapter 9
Ashoka Mauyra
Chandra Gupta
Chandragupta Mauyra
Faxian
Chandragupta's grandson, best known emperor of Mauryan dynast…
Founder of the Gupta empire who rose to power in Magadha abou…
King of the state of Magadha and founder of the Mauryan empir…
Chinese Buddhist monk who traveled widely in India searching…
Ashoka Mauyra
Chandragupta's grandson, best known emperor of Mauryan dynast…
Chandra Gupta
Founder of the Gupta empire who rose to power in Magadha abou…
AP World History Chapter 9 Key Terms
An Lushan
Bushido
Chu Nom
Chinese Buddhism
Led Revolt vs. Tang Dynasty. This provoked China to turn Xeno…
"Way of the Warrior"- Military virtues of Japanese Samurai: b…
Variation of Chinese writing: Basis for independent national…
Large-scale cultural borrowing (originated in India).
An Lushan
Led Revolt vs. Tang Dynasty. This provoked China to turn Xeno…
Bushido
"Way of the Warrior"- Military virtues of Japanese Samurai: b…
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