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World history 1- Empires
The akkadian empire
Babylon
Hitties
Assyria
King was sargon and he extened his journey to the persian gul…
Famous ruler was hammabrabi; known for making the laws; the H…
Huge iron users during the Iron Age. They built many things
Great warriors; they established libraries
The akkadian empire
King was sargon and he extened his journey to the persian gul…
Babylon
Famous ruler was hammabrabi; known for making the laws; the H…
World History 1 - Empires
What architectural achievements did th…
What did the Sumerians come up with fo…
How did the Sumerians worship their Go…
What kind of weapons were used by the…
-Arches... -Columns... -Ramps
-Invented Cuneiform for record keepers... -Used: Accounting lega…
-believed in many Gods who control nature... -most cities had te…
Bronze weapons (from the sumerians)
What architectural achievements did th…
-Arches... -Columns... -Ramps
What did the Sumerians come up with fo…
-Invented Cuneiform for record keepers... -Used: Accounting lega…
World History 1 - Byzantine Empire
While the western half of the ..... fe…
The capital of the Byzantine Empire wa…
The city is on an important strait, an…
Unlike the Western Roman Empire, Byzan…
ROMAN EMPIRE, 1000 YEARS
CONSTANTINOPLE
PENINSULA
GERMAN INVADORS
While the western half of the ..... fe…
ROMAN EMPIRE, 1000 YEARS
The capital of the Byzantine Empire wa…
CONSTANTINOPLE
9.1 Building Overseas Empires: World History
imperialism
factors leading to European "new imper…
How did Western imperialism spread thr…
protectorate
The domination of one country of the political, economic, or…
1) economic interests, 2) political and military reasons, 3)…
while Europe developed other older Eastern civilizations decl…
local leaders left in place but follow European adviser's lea…
imperialism
The domination of one country of the political, economic, or…
factors leading to European "new imper…
1) economic interests, 2) political and military reasons, 3)…
World History 1 - African and American Empires and Kingdoms
The Axum kingdom is located along the…
The Axum kingdom was a .... Kingdom (r…
The Zimbabwe Empire was located betwee…
The capital city of the Zimbabwe Empir…
NILE, ETHIOPIAN
CHRISTIAN
LIMPOPO, ZAMBEZI
GREAT ZIMBABW
The Axum kingdom is located along the…
NILE, ETHIOPIAN
The Axum kingdom was a .... Kingdom (r…
CHRISTIAN
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History: World Empires Exam 1
Why did Europe lead world colonization…
Zheng He
King Louis XI
Ferdinand and Isabella
1. Environmental Factors:... -Domesticated animals (spread disea…
-1450-1433... -Launched 7 explorations to the land around China…
-1461-1483... -French ruler ... -Tax people-> the nobles ... -Creates…
-1469-1500... -Spanish rulers... -Take two divided states and unite…
Why did Europe lead world colonization…
1. Environmental Factors:... -Domesticated animals (spread disea…
Zheng He
-1450-1433... -Launched 7 explorations to the land around China…
World History 1 Empire
Adrianople
Aeneid
Aqueduct
Atilla the Hun
FIND
...
FIND
...
Adrianople
FIND
Aeneid
...
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WorldHistory1-RomanEmpire
Octavian (Caesar Augustus/Augustus Cae…
Pax Romana
180 AD
180-476 AD
-Caesar's nephew/adopted son... -The first emperor of Rome... -Rest…
Means Roman peace
Peak of Roman expansion and peace
Period of decline and fall
Octavian (Caesar Augustus/Augustus Cae…
-Caesar's nephew/adopted son... -The first emperor of Rome... -Rest…
Pax Romana
Means Roman peace
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World History Exam #1 -- Empires
Assyrian Empire
Ninevah
Chaldean or Babylonian Empire
Persians
militaristic and cruel people; deported the ten lost tribes o…
capital of Assyria
began with peoples who migrated from Babylon; power crumbled…
Who was Belshazzar slain by?
Assyrian Empire
militaristic and cruel people; deported the ten lost tribes o…
Ninevah
capital of Assyria
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World History - 4.1 Egyptian and Nubian Empires
Female New Kingdom pharaoh who encoura…
QNubian kingdom that developed an empi…
During this period, Egypt built an emp…
He was a warlike ruler who led a numbe…
c. Hatshepsut /[pp'
d. Kush
b. New Kingdom
b. Thutmose III
Female New Kingdom pharaoh who encoura…
c. Hatshepsut /[pp'
QNubian kingdom that developed an empi…
d. Kush
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World History: Empires
Empire
What 2 Locations are known for having…
Mesopotamian Empires
Egyptian Empires
an area or political unit that brings different people or for…
1. Mesopotamia... 2. Egypt
Akkadian 2300 B.C.-2190 B.C.... Babylonian 1790 B.C.- 1595 B.C.…
Hyskos 1630-1500 B.C.... New Kingdom Egypt 1550 B.C.- 1070 B.C.…
Empire
an area or political unit that brings different people or for…
What 2 Locations are known for having…
1. Mesopotamia... 2. Egypt
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World History 1 - Byzantine Empire
Jesus
apostles
Paul
Diaspora
A Jew from Nazareth in northern Israel who sought to reform J…
those believed to have written the Gospels
Jew who converted to Christianity and spread Jesus's teaching…
exile of the Jews from the Roman Empire
Jesus
A Jew from Nazareth in northern Israel who sought to reform J…
apostles
those believed to have written the Gospels
World History: Empires
Civilization
Lucy
Neolithic Revolution
Mesopotamia
Technology, Urban Centers, Complex Organizations, Writing Sys…
Humans began to walk on two legs and took the first step on t…
Humans settled in farming communities, which became larger an…
Lived along the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in modern day Tur…
Civilization
Technology, Urban Centers, Complex Organizations, Writing Sys…
Lucy
Humans began to walk on two legs and took the first step on t…
World History Test 4: Islamic Empires
hadith
imam
Sunni
Shia
Collection of stories about the life of Muhammad;... Muslims loo…
a Muslim religious leader and teacher; leads... prayers in the m…
believe that anyone who is capable can lead the... Muslims
Believe that only a member of Muhammad's family... can lead the…
hadith
Collection of stories about the life of Muhammad;... Muslims loo…
imam
a Muslim religious leader and teacher; leads... prayers in the m…
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World History 1: Roman Empire
Julius Caesar
Constantine
Constantinople
Pax Romana
Gained power and popularity. Created a triumvirate with Pompe…
ruled Rome, moved capital to Constantinople, helped gain supp…
where roman capital was relocated to?
Roman peace from 27 B.C. to 180 A.D.
Julius Caesar
Gained power and popularity. Created a triumvirate with Pompe…
Constantine
ruled Rome, moved capital to Constantinople, helped gain supp…
World History 1 - Byzantine Empire
Building
Leader of Byzantine Empire
Language
Religion
Hagia Sophia
Justinian (Built the Hagia Sophia, Justinian code, re-conquer…
Greek
Green orthodox
Building
Hagia Sophia
Leader of Byzantine Empire
Justinian (Built the Hagia Sophia, Justinian code, re-conquer…
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AP World History: Ch. 22 The Muslim Empires, Pt. 1
Ottoman Dynasty
Safavid Dynasty
Mughal Empire
Ottomans
Dynasty founded by Turkic-speaking people who advanced into A…
Founded by a Turkic nomad family with Shi'a Islamic beliefs;…
Established by Turkic invaders in 1526; endured until the mid…
Turkic-speaking people who advanced into Asia Minor during th…
Ottoman Dynasty
Dynasty founded by Turkic-speaking people who advanced into A…
Safavid Dynasty
Founded by a Turkic nomad family with Shi'a Islamic beliefs;…
World History - Growth of World Empires - Q1
A system of government intervention to…
A civil conflict in _____ in 1647 to 1…
When more goods are exported than impo…
During whose reign was the Habeas Corp…
Mercantilism
France
Favorable
Charles II
A system of government intervention to…
Mercantilism
A civil conflict in _____ in 1647 to 1…
France
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World History 1 Roman Empire
Visigoths
Vandals
Trajan
Tiberius
Germanic Group, Displaced by huns, Responsible for downfall o…
Germanic Group, Displaced by Huns, Responsible for downfall o…
Ruled 98-117 CE, First emperor from provinces, Empire reached…
Ruled 14-37 CE, Changed tax system, Made province govt. bette…
Visigoths
Germanic Group, Displaced by huns, Responsible for downfall o…
Vandals
Germanic Group, Displaced by Huns, Responsible for downfall o…
World History 1 Frankish Empire
What were the Middle Ages?
How long did the Middle ages last?
What were the Dark Ages?
Why were the Franks able to last?
the period between fall of Western Roman Empire and Eastern R…
500 a.d-1500 a.d.
a period of chaos, confusion, and anarchy
established roots
What were the Middle Ages?
the period between fall of Western Roman Empire and Eastern R…
How long did the Middle ages last?
500 a.d-1500 a.d.
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World History 1.13 African Empires
Sahara
Atlas Mountains
savanna
Great Rift Valley
The largest desert in the world; it is located in Northern Af…
Mountains in northwestern Africa, they separate the Sahara fr…
short, grassy plains with few trees
4,000 mile long fault line in East Africa. It slices thru eas…
Sahara
The largest desert in the world; it is located in Northern Af…
Atlas Mountains
Mountains in northwestern Africa, they separate the Sahara fr…
world history asian empires
janissaries
theocracy
samurai
millet system
enslaved Christian boys who were converted to Islam and train…
a government run by religious leaders
Japanese soldier trained to fight and in return got food or l…
ottoman would tolerate any religion but if not Islamic you wi…
janissaries
enslaved Christian boys who were converted to Islam and train…
theocracy
a government run by religious leaders
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World History Topic 1: The Byzantine Empire
the schism
What were the two main branches of Chr…
Patriarch
Justinian
the separation of the two main branches of Christianity
Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox
the head of the Eastern Orthodox Church
emperor of the Byzantine Empire
the schism
the separation of the two main branches of Christianity
What were the two main branches of Chr…
Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox
9.1 Building Overseas Empires: World History
imperialism
factors leading to European "new imper…
How did Western imperialism spread thr…
protectorate
The domination of one country of the political, economic, or…
1) economic interests, 2) political and military reasons, 3)…
while Europe developed other older Eastern civilizations decl…
local leaders left in place but follow European adviser's lea…
imperialism
The domination of one country of the political, economic, or…
factors leading to European "new imper…
1) economic interests, 2) political and military reasons, 3)…
World History 1 - Roman Empire
When the hellenistic period was over,…
What peninsula is rome located on?
What two peninsulas is the italian pen…
What were the 3 major rivers in rome?
it was the beginning of Roman power
Italian
iberian (spain)... balkan (greece)
po river, rubicon river, tiber river
When the hellenistic period was over,…
it was the beginning of Roman power
What peninsula is rome located on?
Italian
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World History 1.12 Checkpoint- Expanding Empires
Which is the best definition for empir…
Which was the most common method empir…
How did Sargon raise money to pay his…
What was the significance of the Code…
Answer~ An area of political unit in which formerly independe…
Answer~ Military conquest
Answer~ By controlling trade and taxing merchants.
Answer~ The laws were displayed throughout the empire for all…
Which is the best definition for empir…
Answer~ An area of political unit in which formerly independe…
Which was the most common method empir…
Answer~ Military conquest
World History: Roman Empire
Similarities between Greek and Roman C…
Theory of creation
Geography of rome
Impact of geography
- Same gods but with different names... -Same type of clothes... -S…
1) 2 brothers found the city, fought over it, Romulus wins an…
-2 mountain ranges protected them from attack from the north…
Rome was located in the Mediterranean Sea and was an importan…
Similarities between Greek and Roman C…
- Same gods but with different names... -Same type of clothes... -S…
Theory of creation
1) 2 brothers found the city, fought over it, Romulus wins an…
World History 1.13 African Empires
Sahara
Atlas Mountains
savanna
Great Rift Valley
The largest desert in the world; it is located in Northern Af…
Mountains in northwestern Africa, they separate the Sahara fr…
short, grassy plains with few trees
4,000 mile long fault line in East Africa. It slices thru eas…
Sahara
The largest desert in the world; it is located in Northern Af…
Atlas Mountains
Mountains in northwestern Africa, they separate the Sahara fr…
world history honors 1 empires vocabulary
bureaucracy
legalism
autocracy
epic
a system of government in which most of the important decisio…
strict adherence, or the principle of strict adherence, to la…
a system of government by one person with absolute power.
Momentously heroic
bureaucracy
a system of government in which most of the important decisio…
legalism
strict adherence, or the principle of strict adherence, to la…
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World History Unit 1 (7 empires)
What did the Sumerians invent that rea…
What is cuneiform?
How did Sumerian culture survive?
What is the most significant fact abou…
The wheel
The earliest known form of writing/ first ever writing system.
Because they were able to record their history with cuneiform.
He built the first empire known to history.
What did the Sumerians invent that rea…
The wheel
What is cuneiform?
The earliest known form of writing/ first ever writing system.
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World History 4.1: The Egyptian and Nubian Empires Set 2
Hyksos
Isthmus of Suez
Hyksos
Queen Ahhotep
Invaders that invaded Egypt using chariots
What the Hyksos crossed in chariots to take Egypt
Who was in charge of Egypt when the Hebrews settled there?
Pharaoh who helped drive out the Hyksos, took over when her h…
Hyksos
Invaders that invaded Egypt using chariots
Isthmus of Suez
What the Hyksos crossed in chariots to take Egypt
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World history unit 1 Asian empires
Who ruled the ottoman empire during it…
Who was called othamanby europeans and…
Who was known both as the "lawgiver" a…
Who earned the title "the conqueror" b…
Isma'il
Osman
Sulyman
Mehmed2
Who ruled the ottoman empire during it…
Isma'il
Who was called othamanby europeans and…
Osman
World History Eastern Empires Unit 4 (1)
Who was Ivan the Great (|||)?
What did Ivan the Great accomplish?
T/F - Ivan the Terrible continued to e…
What government reforms did Ivan the T…
First Czar of Russia (Czar = Caesar, had a lot of respect for…
He ended the Mongols' reign and conquered land around Moscow,…
True
He created a uniform code of laws, took power from the Boyars…
Who was Ivan the Great (|||)?
First Czar of Russia (Czar = Caesar, had a lot of respect for…
What did Ivan the Great accomplish?
He ended the Mongols' reign and conquered land around Moscow,…
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World History Chapter 12:1 Building Overseas Empires
imperialism
protectorate
sphere of influence
3. Explain two reasons that western na…
The domination by one country of the political economic, or c…
A form of Imperial Rule that left the local rulers in place t…
A form of European control where an outside power claimed exc…
1. Money ... 2. Military Strength
imperialism
The domination by one country of the political economic, or c…
protectorate
A form of Imperial Rule that left the local rulers in place t…
13 terms
The Empires World History
Ghazi
Sultan
Janisarries
Shah
Warriors for the Islamic faith
Title for the ruler of the Ottoman Empire
Highly trained soldiers in the elite guard of the Ottoman emp…
King of the Safavid Empire
Ghazi
Warriors for the Islamic faith
Sultan
Title for the ruler of the Ottoman Empire
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Ap world history-empires part 1
Centralized government
Decentralized government
Bureacracy
Empire
is one in which power or legal authority is exerted or coordi…
is the process of redistributing or dispersing functions, pow…
a system of government in which most of the important decisio…
A group of states countries and regions under one authority
Centralized government
is one in which power or legal authority is exerted or coordi…
Decentralized government
is the process of redistributing or dispersing functions, pow…
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World History Quest #1 - Civilization/Empires
Civilization
Advanced Cities
Advances City Ex:
Specialized Workers
A human settlements consisting of all 5 characheristics
Centers of trade for a larger area
Trading center, farmer's market
Farmers learn new techniques for growing food - can grow more…
Civilization
A human settlements consisting of all 5 characheristics
Advanced Cities
Centers of trade for a larger area
World History Empires
Songhai
Ottoman
Mughal
Safavid
Largest empire in west africa... Timbucktu... encouraged trading of…
Capital- Istanbul... Decline: defeat in WW1... Stretched over 3 con…
Taj Mahal... Muslim empire-religious tolerant... Established by Tur…
Central Asia- Persia... Decline: Rebellions... Leaders: Shahs... Musli…
Songhai
Largest empire in west africa... Timbucktu... encouraged trading of…
Ottoman
Capital- Istanbul... Decline: defeat in WW1... Stretched over 3 con…
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AP World History Empires
Han China
Qin China (221- 206 BCE)
Zhou China (1046- 256 BCE)
Shang China (1600-1046 BCE)
Established papermaking and had economic prosperity. The silk…
Major legalists, came before Han China. Had a highly structur…
Followed the shang, introduced bronze making. Written scripts…
First chinese dynasty, was a monarchy. The king ruled by forc…
Han China
Established papermaking and had economic prosperity. The silk…
Qin China (221- 206 BCE)
Major legalists, came before Han China. Had a highly structur…
World History Exam - Empires
Roman
Byzantine
Mongol
Ottoman
...
...
...
...
Roman
...
Byzantine
...
world history empires facts
england, france, spain
holy roman empire
ottoman empire
instanbul... instanbul-islamic
catholic empires in europe. most important countries in europe
all in central europe-german provinces/principalities, cathol…
became islamic in 1453 when it fell to the turks-large tradin…
constantinople became..... constantinople- christian
england, france, spain
catholic empires in europe. most important countries in europe
holy roman empire
all in central europe-german provinces/principalities, cathol…
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world history- Empires/Dynasties
Mughal Dynasty- religion
Mughal Dynasty- geography
Mughal Dynasty- economy
Mughal Dynasty- government
Muslim, religious tolerance, Taj Mahal
India
art, architecture
CBG, Muslim emperor
Mughal Dynasty- religion
Muslim, religious tolerance, Taj Mahal
Mughal Dynasty- geography
India
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AP World History Vocab: Empires Part 1
centralized
decentralized
bureaucracy
empire
under the control of a single, central authority
governmental power is spread among more than one person or gr…
A system of managing government through departments run by ap…
A large territory in which several groups of people are ruled…
centralized
under the control of a single, central authority
decentralized
governmental power is spread among more than one person or gr…
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World History - Islamic Empires Quiz #1
Who is Abraham? and his significance?
Abraham Family Tree
David significance to Judaism
Moses significance to Judaism
The first person on record to be monotheistic and because of…
He was the second King of Israel, from 1010 - 970 CE, who sta…
The most important prophet in Judaism as he was the messenger…
Who is Abraham? and his significance?
The first person on record to be monotheistic and because of…
Abraham Family Tree
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World History 9 - Roman Empire Test #1
Who were the Punic Wars fought between?
Who was the leader of Macedonia during…
What was the First Triumvirate?
What conquest made Julius Caesar very…
Rome & Carthage
Philip V
A sharing power between 3 people
The Conquest of Gaul
Who were the Punic Wars fought between?
Rome & Carthage
Who was the leader of Macedonia during…
Philip V
AP World History Vocab: Empires Part 1
centralized
decentralized
bureaucracy
empire
under the control of a single, central authority
governmental power is spread among more than one person or gr…
A system of managing government through departments run by ap…
A large territory in which several groups of people are ruled…
centralized
under the control of a single, central authority
decentralized
governmental power is spread among more than one person or gr…
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AP World History Empires
Centralized
Decentralized
Bureaucracy
Empire
unitary government; under one central authority
central to local government
A form of organization that operates through impersonal, unif…
an extensive group of states or countries under a single supr…
Centralized
unitary government; under one central authority
Decentralized
central to local government
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World History Indian Empires
ceau de ta
Chandragupta Maurya
Seleucus I
what united north India for the first…
one society replaced by another through military force
first emperor of the Mauryan Empire
- one of Alexander the Great's generals... - fought Chandragupta
the Mauryan Empire
ceau de ta
one society replaced by another through military force
Chandragupta Maurya
first emperor of the Mauryan Empire
Empires of the Middle East. World History 1
Akkadians
Amorites old Babylon
Hittites
Assyrians
Ruler: Sargon... Contributions: 1st empire
Ruler: Hammurabi ... Contributions: 1st code of law Hammurabis c…
Ruler: none... Contributions: 1st iron workers, defeated Egypt a…
Ruler: Ashurbanipal... Contributions: military supremacy, violen…
Akkadians
Ruler: Sargon... Contributions: 1st empire
Amorites old Babylon
Ruler: Hammurabi ... Contributions: 1st code of law Hammurabis c…
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World History Gunpowder Empires
Constantinople
Byzantine Capital
The Ottoman Empire
The Ottomans origins
On April 6, 1453, the ottoman Turks began their attack on the…
The Ottoman turks bombarded [attached] _____ captital with ar…
The capture of Constantinople, the ____ went on to build one…
They were a Muslim tribal group that emerged in Northwestern…
Constantinople
On April 6, 1453, the ottoman Turks began their attack on the…
Byzantine Capital
The Ottoman turks bombarded [attached] _____ captital with ar…
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