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WHAP World History
Sui Dynasty (pg. 330-381)
Tang Dynasty (pg. 381,382, 389)
Song Dynasty economic revolution (pg.…
Hangzhou (pg. 382-383)
Ruling dynasty of China (589-618 c.e.) that effectively reuni…
Ruling dynasty of China from (618-907 c.e.) noted for its ope…
A major economic quickening that took place in China under th…
China's capital city during the Song dynasty, with a populati…
Sui Dynasty (pg. 330-381)
Ruling dynasty of China (589-618 c.e.) that effectively reuni…
Tang Dynasty (pg. 381,382, 389)
Ruling dynasty of China from (618-907 c.e.) noted for its ope…
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The Original Ultimate AP World History Set MTaylorWHAP
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 Dates (WHAP)
8000 BCE
3500 BCE
2550-2525 BCE
2000 BCE
Spread of Farming
Sumerians
Egyptian Pyramids Built
Indus Civilizations
8000 BCE
Spread of Farming
3500 BCE
Sumerians
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History of The World in Six Glasses WHAP
Beer
Beer
Beer
Beer
Who drank it, everyone
What was it, grain soaked in water
Where was it made, the Fertile Crescent ... Where was it drunk(…
When was it made, around 2500 BCE
Beer
Who drank it, everyone
Beer
What was it, grain soaked in water
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Voyages in World History Chapter 17 WHAP
What economic and political features o…
Discuss at least two of the religious…
what policies of Suleyman created a wo…
Explain the differences between Sunni…
They were stimulated by internal trade and expanding Indian o…
King Akbar was very tolerant in religion and brought many mis…
He centralized religious authority and sponsored the building…
The difference was who they believed Muhammeds successor shou…
What economic and political features o…
They were stimulated by internal trade and expanding Indian o…
Discuss at least two of the religious…
King Akbar was very tolerant in religion and brought many mis…
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WHAP AP World History Ch. 9 Vocab
Stateless societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
Almohads
Societies organized around kinship or other forms of obligati…
The Arabic term for eastern North Africa
The Arabic word for Western North Africa
A reformist movement among the Islamic Berbers of northern Af…
Stateless societies
Societies organized around kinship or other forms of obligati…
Ifriqiya
The Arabic term for eastern North Africa
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WHAP Ch. 35: Politics, Power, and Conflict in World History, 1990-2010
Vladimir Putin
Amnesty International
Reagan Doctrine
SALT II
Yeltsin's PM in 1999, then RUssia's president from 2000 to 20…
An influential non-governmental organization that operates gl…
US would support freedom fighters trying to overthrow Communi…
Second Strategic Arms Limitations Talks. A second treaty was…
Vladimir Putin
Yeltsin's PM in 1999, then RUssia's president from 2000 to 20…
Amnesty International
An influential non-governmental organization that operates gl…
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Chapter 9-12: AP World History WHAP
Quran
Umma
Pillars of Islam
Hijra
Book of Allah written by the prophet Muhammed. Basis for the…
Community of all Muslim believers not dependent on race, clas…
Commitment of self to Allah, ritual prayer, charity, fasting…
The immigration Muhammed and his people made to Yathrib. Mark…
Quran
Book of Allah written by the prophet Muhammed. Basis for the…
Umma
Community of all Muslim believers not dependent on race, clas…
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WHAP AP EXAM: Major Events in World History
40,000 BC Europe
8000 BC Africa, Asia
3100 BC Egypt
3000 BC Mesopotamia
Cro- Magnons appear, ancestors of modern humans
Agriculture begins, one of the great breakthroughs of human h…
Upper and lower Egypt unite, the kingdom of Egypt ruled by ph…
Civilization emerges in Sumer, one of the worlds first civili…
40,000 BC Europe
Cro- Magnons appear, ancestors of modern humans
8000 BC Africa, Asia
Agriculture begins, one of the great breakthroughs of human h…
WHAP (AP World History) Chapter 8-13
Which of the following is NOT true of…
Cosmic history has
"Big history"
Which of the following is a reason why…
People who subscribe to modern creation stories have to aband…
engendered in some a sense of great insignificance in the fac…
is history in the largest possible context from the big bang…
Economic and cultural globalization has highlighted the inter…
Which of the following is NOT true of…
People who subscribe to modern creation stories have to aband…
Cosmic history has
engendered in some a sense of great insignificance in the fac…
AP World History - Period 6 (1900 C.E. to Present) WHAP
What eliminated the problem of geograp…
What four new scientific paradigms tra…
What are the defining characteristics…
What are some examples of new technolo…
New modes of communication and transportation virtually elimi…
1) Theory of relativity... 2) Quantum mechanics... 3) the Big Bang…
The green revolution produced food for the now massive human…
New energy technologies, like the use of oil and nuclear powe…
What eliminated the problem of geograp…
New modes of communication and transportation virtually elimi…
What four new scientific paradigms tra…
1) Theory of relativity... 2) Quantum mechanics... 3) the Big Bang…
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WHAP Chapter 23 Voyages in World History
What were the Long term effects of unl…
How did factories start?
What were factories focus?
What were Benefits/Problems of factori…
Global population doubled, new innovations, global output of…
They started with the division of labor, which was inspired b…
To mass produce cheap materials such as textiles,pottery,and…
Benefits were that many commodities became more affordable, p…
What were the Long term effects of unl…
Global population doubled, new innovations, global output of…
How did factories start?
They started with the division of labor, which was inspired b…
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The 6 periods of AP World History (WHAP)
(1) Technological & Environmental Tran…
(2) Organization & Reorganization of H…
(3) Regional and Trans-regional intera…
(4) Global Interactions
c. 8000 BCE- c. 600 BCE
c. 600 BCE- c. 600 CE
c. 600 CE- c. 1450 CE
c. 1450- c. 1750
(1) Technological & Environmental Tran…
c. 8000 BCE- c. 600 BCE
(2) Organization & Reorganization of H…
c. 600 BCE- c. 600 CE
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WHAP AP World History Unit 1
paleolithic
neolithic
technology
patriarchy
old stone age (200,000 BCE- 8,000BCE)
new stone age (begins around 8,000 BCE)
the use of knowledge, tools, and crafts to change the environ…
society in which family and government leader are typically men
paleolithic
old stone age (200,000 BCE- 8,000BCE)
neolithic
new stone age (begins around 8,000 BCE)
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WHAP AP EXAM: Major Figures in World History
Abraham 2000 BC
Alexander the great theater 356-323 BC
Aristotle 384-322 BC
Napoleon 1769-1821
Hebrew leader, founded Judaism
Macedonian king, built an empire that include agrees Persia E…
Greek philosopher, summarize most knowledge up to his time an…
French general and emperor, building best French empire it is…
Abraham 2000 BC
Hebrew leader, founded Judaism
Alexander the great theater 356-323 BC
Macedonian king, built an empire that include agrees Persia E…
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WHAP World History Unit 1-Chapters 1 & 2 Vocab Terms
Alphabets
Archeology
Austronesian Language
Bantu Languages
Writing systems in which a symbol represents a sound.
The branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people an…
The family of languages spoken in Australia and Formosa and M…
Descriptive name for languages spoken largely east and south…
Alphabets
Writing systems in which a symbol represents a sound.
Archeology
The branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people an…
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[WHAP] World History AP - Chapter 3 Notes ( Early China )
Early China
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
Confucianism
Confucian Social System
[ 1200-250 BCE ]... - Isolated from other civilizations... - China…
[ 551-478 BCE ]... : believed in obedience and respect as the wa…
: system of ethics (not a religion, a belief on how to live…
- scholar (gentry) aka Shi... - laboring masses, peasants, artis…
Early China
[ 1200-250 BCE ]... - Isolated from other civilizations... - China…
Confucius (Kong Fuzi)
[ 551-478 BCE ]... : believed in obedience and respect as the wa…
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WHAP AP EXAM: Major Eras in World History
Stone Age (2.5 million- 3000 BC)
Bronze Age (3000-1200 BC)
Iron Age (1500-1000 BC to the present…
Classical Greece (2000 BC- 300 BC)
This one prehistoric. It is often divided into two parts the…
People began using bronze, rather than stone and copper, to m…
Do use of iron to make tools and weapons became right spread,…
Greek culture developed, rose to the new heights, and spread…
Stone Age (2.5 million- 3000 BC)
This one prehistoric. It is often divided into two parts the…
Bronze Age (3000-1200 BC)
People began using bronze, rather than stone and copper, to m…
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AP World History WHAP Quiz 1
Unit I
Unit II
Unit III
Unit IV
Technological and Environmental Transformation, The Foundatio…
Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies, The Class…
Global and Transregional Interactions, The post-Classical Wor…
Global Interactions, "The Great Convergence," 1450-1750
Unit I
Technological and Environmental Transformation, The Foundatio…
Unit II
Organization and Reorganization of Human Societies, The Class…
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Chapter 13-14 AP World History WHAP ways of the world vocab
Cortes
Columbian Exchange
Pennisulares
Mestizo
Spamish conquistador who led the assualut/conquest on the Azt…
The network of exchange that arose from Columbus' sea travel…
The Spanish born in Spain among the colonies. Represented soc…
Mixed race. Led to the hodgepodge culture of the Spanish spea…
Cortes
Spamish conquistador who led the assualut/conquest on the Azt…
Columbian Exchange
The network of exchange that arose from Columbus' sea travel…
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[WHAP] World History AP - Chapter 4 Notes ( India )
Early India
Alexander the Great
Vedic and Epic Ages (Formative Period)
Caste System
- Ajanta & Ellora : North India; Western reaches of Deccan Pl…
: successor of Philip II : conquered Persian Empire ... - attemp…
- by [ 600 BCE ], 16 major states of India
- Varnas : social classes : clusters of caste groups in Ary…
Early India
- Ajanta & Ellora : North India; Western reaches of Deccan Pl…
Alexander the Great
: successor of Philip II : conquered Persian Empire ... - attemp…
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AP World History Unit Exam: The Early Modern Era WHAP
What generated the bulk of Spanish wea…
What was the western response to the p…
How did the encomienda system function?
How did the tales of Marco Polo shape…
Gold and Silver taken from mines
Western nations began explorations of alternative routes to A…
The Spanish crown granted conquerors the right to employ or d…
Polo encouraged Westerners to see Asia as wealthy and exotic.
What generated the bulk of Spanish wea…
Gold and Silver taken from mines
What was the western response to the p…
Western nations began explorations of alternative routes to A…
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[WHAP] World History AP - Chapter 1 & 2 Review Sheet
Agricultural Revolution
Prehistoric Migrations
Prehistoric Evolution of Human Beings
Indus River Valley Civilization
~10,000 BCE... Time when humans started domesticating plants a…
Hunting-foraging bands of humans gradually migrated from thei…
Homo Sapiens : the species of humanity that emerged as most…
2500-1800 BCE... River sources in Himalayas to mouth in Arabian…
Agricultural Revolution
~10,000 BCE... Time when humans started domesticating plants a…
Prehistoric Migrations
Hunting-foraging bands of humans gradually migrated from thei…
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AP World History (WHAP) Review: Ch. 24-26
African tribe encountered by the Dutch…
City in the Ghana Empire that was the…
Powerful Queen of the Ndongo kingdom w…
Songhay ruler who campaigned to conque…
Khoikhoi
Timbuktu
Queen Nzinga
Sunni Ali
African tribe encountered by the Dutch…
Khoikhoi
City in the Ghana Empire that was the…
Timbuktu
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Chapter 16: transformations in Europe (Ap world history/WHAP)
Why did Pope Leo X encourage the sale…
What problems did Martin Luther have w…
What were the aspects of his new faith?
What were the aspects of Calvin's new…
Indulgences were forgiveness of punishment due for passing th…
Martin Luther objected the way the Pappas he was emphasizing…
Martin Luther begin the Protestant reform. He declare that Ch…
Calvins Faith was different from Lutherans and Roman Catholic…
Why did Pope Leo X encourage the sale…
Indulgences were forgiveness of punishment due for passing th…
What problems did Martin Luther have w…
Martin Luther objected the way the Pappas he was emphasizing…
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Ultimate WHAP (AP World History) Studyguide (Not Complete)
Indicators of Civilization
Mesopotamia
Monoculture
Sumer
Writing, Cities/States, Urban Life, and Monuments
"The Land Between Rivers" Named for it's position between the…
A culture that grows one main crop and only that crop.
One of the world's first civilizations located withing Mesopo…
Indicators of Civilization
Writing, Cities/States, Urban Life, and Monuments
Mesopotamia
"The Land Between Rivers" Named for it's position between the…
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AP World History chapter 22 transoceanic encounters and global connections WHAP
Portuguese exploration
Lure of trade
Missionary efforts
Motives combined and reinforce each ot…
- 13th to 15th century ventured out into Atlantic ... - establis…
- Asian spice trade ... - African gold, ivory, and slaves
- New Testament church Christian to spread face throughout wo…
- Prince Henry the Navigator promoted voyages of exploration…
Portuguese exploration
- 13th to 15th century ventured out into Atlantic ... - establis…
Lure of trade
- Asian spice trade ... - African gold, ivory, and slaves
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AP World History chapter 22 transoceanic encounters and global connections WHAP
Portuguese exploration
Lure of trade
Missionary efforts
Motives combined and reinforce each ot…
- 13th to 15th century ventured out into Atlantic ... - establis…
- Asian spice trade ... - African gold, ivory, and slaves
- New Testament church Christian to spread face throughout wo…
- Prince Henry the Navigator promoted voyages of exploration…
Portuguese exploration
- 13th to 15th century ventured out into Atlantic ... - establis…
Lure of trade
- Asian spice trade ... - African gold, ivory, and slaves
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AP World History (WHAP) Period 1 Key Terms
Alphabet
Ancestor Veneration
Animism
Bronze Age
A standard set of letters
Respecting dead ancestors and believing that they have power…
Belief in a power than organizes and animates the universe
From 4,000 BCE to 1500 BCE (beginning of bronze to iron)
Alphabet
A standard set of letters
Ancestor Veneration
Respecting dead ancestors and believing that they have power…
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AP World History (WHAP) Period 2.2 Key Terms
Alexander of Macedon
Aqueducts
Augustus
Constantine
Leader of Macedonia and conqueror of Greece, Egypt, Middle Ea…
Structures to bring water to major cities (Rome)
First Roman Emperor
Emperor who moved Roman capital to Byzantium and converted to…
Alexander of Macedon
Leader of Macedonia and conqueror of Greece, Egypt, Middle Ea…
Aqueducts
Structures to bring water to major cities (Rome)
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AP World History chapter 22 transoceanic encounters and global connections WHAP
Portuguese exploration
Lure of trade
Missionary efforts
Motives combined and reinforce each ot…
- 13th to 15th century ventured out into Atlantic ... - establis…
- Asian spice trade ... - African gold, ivory, and slaves
- New Testament church Christian to spread face throughout wo…
- Prince Henry the Navigator promoted voyages of exploration…
Portuguese exploration
- 13th to 15th century ventured out into Atlantic ... - establis…
Lure of trade
- Asian spice trade ... - African gold, ivory, and slaves
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AP World History (WHAP) Period 2.1 Key Terms
Ashoka
Buddhism
Bureaucracies
Caste System
Leader of the Mauryan Empire of India
Religion founded by Siddhartha Gautama
Use of gov. officials to run the gov. by splitting the power…
Hindu custom that divides social groups based on karma
Ashoka
Leader of the Mauryan Empire of India
Buddhism
Religion founded by Siddhartha Gautama
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WHAP World Map Test
What are some countries in the Latin A…
What are some countries in the South A…
What are some countries in North Africa?
What are some countries in North Ameri…
Panamá, México, Cuba, Haití, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, J…
Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Bolivia, Brasil, Argentina, Chile…
Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco
United States of America, Canada, Mexico
What are some countries in the Latin A…
Panamá, México, Cuba, Haití, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, J…
What are some countries in the South A…
Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Bolivia, Brasil, Argentina, Chile…
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WHAP World History Unit 1-Chapters 1 & 2 Vocab Terms
Alphabets
Archeology
Austronesian Language
Bantu Languages
Writing systems in which a symbol represents a sound.
The branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people an…
The family of languages spoken in Australia and Formosa and M…
Descriptive name for languages spoken largely east and south…
Alphabets
Writing systems in which a symbol represents a sound.
Archeology
The branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people an…
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AP World History Chapter 11 Correct, WHAP chapter 11
Which of the following describes the r…
Which of the following facilitated the…
Which of the following describes the t…
Which of the following resulted from M…
They created a series of nomadic empires and controlled major…
The territories the Mongols invaded were experiencing interna…
They changed from polytheistic worshippers to followers and c…
The adoption by Russian princes of the Mongols' diplomatic ri…
Which of the following describes the r…
They created a series of nomadic empires and controlled major…
Which of the following facilitated the…
The territories the Mongols invaded were experiencing interna…
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AP World History chapter 22 transoceanic encounters and global connections WHAP
Portuguese Exploration... Pg. 586
Trading Cities ... Pg. 566
Missionary efforts
Motives combined and reinforce each ot…
Definition: The Portuguese started to explore during the 13th…
Definition: Trading cities really emerged during this time du…
- New Testament church Christian to spread face throughout wo…
- Prince Henry the Navigator promoted voyages of exploration…
Portuguese Exploration... Pg. 586
Definition: The Portuguese started to explore during the 13th…
Trading Cities ... Pg. 566
Definition: Trading cities really emerged during this time du…
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WHAP - History Jargon Expanded
Abolition
Absolutism
Agrarian
Analyze
doing away with; putting an end to (usually used in reference…
The belief that a monarch ought to have absolute power (Louis…
relating to land; relating to the management or farming of land
Examine methodically and in detail the constitution or struct…
Abolition
doing away with; putting an end to (usually used in reference…
Absolutism
The belief that a monarch ought to have absolute power (Louis…
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WHAP Chapter 5: The Islamic World
Bedouins
Ka'ba
Black Stone
jinns
people of the scrub zones around the desert ("Empty Quarter")
most revered shrine in Mecca
sacred rock
desert people spirits that were believed to reside in natural…
Bedouins
people of the scrub zones around the desert ("Empty Quarter")
Ka'ba
most revered shrine in Mecca
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WHAP Major World Regions
East Asia
East Asia
East Asia
Southeast Asia
China, Japan, South Korea, North Korea
Yalu, Huang He, Chang Jiang Rivers
Mount Fuji, Gobi Desert, Tibetan Plateau
Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia
East Asia
China, Japan, South Korea, North Korea
East Asia
Yalu, Huang He, Chang Jiang Rivers
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WHAP MAJOR WORLD REGIONS
east asia ... (modern countries)
east asia... (major rivers)
east asia... (major landforms/climate)
southeast asia... (modern countries)
china, japan, south korea, north korea
yalu, huang he, chang jiang
mount fuji, gobi desert, tibetan plateau
vietnam, thailand, indonesia, laos, malaysia
east asia ... (modern countries)
china, japan, south korea, north korea
east asia... (major rivers)
yalu, huang he, chang jiang
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WHAP (16): The World Economy
All of these influenced Europe to expa…
The main reason European conquerors an…
In comparison to Spain and Portugal, t…
In order to facilitate colonization, s…
fear of the states and peoples Europe might encounter; All of…
European governments supported and encouraged overseas expedi…
began later and initially acquired only limited holdings outs…
chartered companies and created commercial monopolies in give…
All of these influenced Europe to expa…
fear of the states and peoples Europe might encounter; All of…
The main reason European conquerors an…
European governments supported and encouraged overseas expedi…
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World Religions // WHAP
Neolithic Revolution
polytheism
deities
supreme god
-origin of agriculture... -brought change: socially, economicall…
-means many gods... -majority of groups worshipped a multitude o…
-male and female... -represented through statues and idols... -one…
-believed that one god should not be responsible for everythi…
Neolithic Revolution
-origin of agriculture... -brought change: socially, economicall…
polytheism
-means many gods... -majority of groups worshipped a multitude o…
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WHAP World Empires
Mali
Maurya
Mayan
Ming
Who: Mali Empire... Where: Post-classical age, Sub-Saharan Afric…
Who: Mauryan Empire... Where: Classical age, India... What: wealthy…
Who: Mayan Empire... Where: Classical age, Mesoamerica... What: uni…
Who: Ming Dynasty... Where: Post-classical to early modern age,…
Mali
Who: Mali Empire... Where: Post-classical age, Sub-Saharan Afric…
Maurya
Who: Mauryan Empire... Where: Classical age, India... What: wealthy…
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WHAP - Regions of the World
North America
Latin America
South America
Caribbean Islands
Canada, US, Mexico, Caribbean Islands
Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, Haiti
Argentina, Peru, Brazil
Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica
North America
Canada, US, Mexico, Caribbean Islands
Latin America
Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, Haiti
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Major World Regions WHAP
East Asia Countries
East Asia Rivers
East Asia Major Landforms
Southeast Asia Countries
China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea
Yalu, Huang He, Chang Jiang
Mount Fuji, Gobi Desert, Tibetan Plateau
Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia
East Asia Countries
China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea
East Asia Rivers
Yalu, Huang He, Chang Jiang
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WHAP Chapter 17- The World Economy
World economy
Cape of Good Hope
Christopher Columbus
Ferdinand Megellan
established by Europeans by the 16th century; based on contro…
Southern tip of Africa; first circumnavigated in 1488 by Port…
sea captain from Genoa, Italy;... sailed on behalf of Spain unde…
Spanish captain who first circumnavigated the globe; died on…
World economy
established by Europeans by the 16th century; based on contro…
Cape of Good Hope
Southern tip of Africa; first circumnavigated in 1488 by Port…
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WHAP- world regions(countries)
East asia
East asia
East asia
East asia
China
South Korea
North Korea
Japan
East asia
China
East asia
South Korea
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[WHAP] Ancient History
What are pastoral societies characteri…
How did the Agricultural Revolution im…
What was the most significant advancem…
Where were most of the world's early c…
The domestication of animals
-Stones were unearthed and cut... -Building of irrigation and di…
The knowledge of how to use metals, this caused tools and wea…
Located near river valleys
What are pastoral societies characteri…
The domestication of animals
How did the Agricultural Revolution im…
-Stones were unearthed and cut... -Building of irrigation and di…
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WHAP Ch. 6 Way of the Worlds
What similarities and differences are…
How did the history of Meroe and Axum…
How does the experience of the Niger R…
With what Eurasian civilizations might…
The Agricultural Revolution took place individually. Out of t…
Meroe was seen as a rich country. "The wealth and military po…
The created a highly urbanized society. There was an absence…
They could be seen as similar to Mesopotamia with a pyramid/t…
What similarities and differences are…
The Agricultural Revolution took place individually. Out of t…
How did the history of Meroe and Axum…
Meroe was seen as a rich country. "The wealth and military po…
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WHAP Ch.16 and 17: The World Economy & Transformation of the West
Cape of Good Hope
Ferdinand Magellan
Dutch East India Company
British East India Company
Southern tip of Africa; first circumnavigated in 1488 by Port…
Portuguese explorer who found a sea route to the Spice Island…
Joint stock company that obtained government monopoly over tr…
A joint stock company that controlled most of India during th…
Cape of Good Hope
Southern tip of Africa; first circumnavigated in 1488 by Port…
Ferdinand Magellan
Portuguese explorer who found a sea route to the Spice Island…
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