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AP World History 1 Chapter 3 Terms
Son of Heaven
Shang dynasty
Sanxingdui
salinization
Title of the ruler of China, first known from the Zhou dynast…
Period of Chinese history from 1766 to 1122 B.C.E.
An ancient city of China that developed independently from th…
The buildup of minerals in soil, decreasing its fertility; ca…
Son of Heaven
Title of the ruler of China, first known from the Zhou dynast…
Shang dynasty
Period of Chinese history from 1766 to 1122 B.C.E.
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AP World History Strayer Chapter 3
Alexander the Great
Ashoka
Athenian Democracy
Caesar Augustus
Alexander III of Macedonia, conqueror of the Persian Empire a…
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire; he converted to…
A radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
The great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar who emerged…
Alexander the Great
Alexander III of Macedonia, conqueror of the Persian Empire a…
Ashoka
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire; he converted to…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Akhenaten
Akhetaten
Aryans
caste system
-King Amernhotep IV... -adopted monotheistic religion... -worshippe…
-capital city of Egypt under King Akhenaten... -desert 200 miles…
-invaded Indus Valley Civilization... -adopted Harappan cultures…
-used by both the Harappans and Aryans... -ranked people at birt…
Akhenaten
-King Amernhotep IV... -adopted monotheistic religion... -worshippe…
Akhetaten
-capital city of Egypt under King Akhenaten... -desert 200 miles…
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AP World History Chapter 3
loess
Shang
Zhou
Mandate of Heaven
A wind-formed deposit made of fine particles of clay and silt…
1st Dynasty in China. Invented their own form of writing (ide…
The people in dynasty that took over the dominate role in Nor…
Connected religious and political. Said that leader of church…
loess
A wind-formed deposit made of fine particles of clay and silt…
Shang
1st Dynasty in China. Invented their own form of writing (ide…
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AP World History Chapter 3
loess
Shang
Zhou
Mandate of Heaven
A wind-formed deposit made of fine particles of clay and silt…
1st Dynasty in China. Invented their own form of writing (ide…
The people in dynasty that took over the dominate role in Nor…
Connected religious and political. Said that leader of church…
loess
A wind-formed deposit made of fine particles of clay and silt…
Shang
1st Dynasty in China. Invented their own form of writing (ide…
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Chapter 3 - AP World History
Iron Age
Hiltites
Hatsheput
Akhenaten
a period when iron was the primary source for tools and weapons
people from central Anatolia who established an empire in Ana…
queen of Egypt who dispatched a naval expedition to Punt, the…
Egyptian pharaoh who built a new capital of Amarna, fostered…
Iron Age
a period when iron was the primary source for tools and weapons
Hiltites
people from central Anatolia who established an empire in Ana…
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Chapter 3 AP World History
Code of Hammurabi... Theme: development a…
Harappa... Theme: Interaction between hum…
Hieroglyphs... Theme: development and int…
Mohenjo Daro... Theme: state building, ex…
Definition:well-preserved Babylonian law code of ancient Meso…
Definition:archaeological site in Punjab, Pakistan, about 24…
Definition: designating or pertaining to a pictographic scrip…
Definition: built in the 26th century BCE. It was one of the…
Code of Hammurabi... Theme: development a…
Definition:well-preserved Babylonian law code of ancient Meso…
Harappa... Theme: Interaction between hum…
Definition:archaeological site in Punjab, Pakistan, about 24…
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AP World History Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Indus River
Ganges River
Deccan Plateau
Himalayas
river that sources in the Himalayas and flows to its mouth in…
Located in India, this river is considered sacred to Hindus a…
a dry high region, south of the Indo-Ganges plain, between th…
The highest mountains in the world, which stretch along north…
Indus River
river that sources in the Himalayas and flows to its mouth in…
Ganges River
Located in India, this river is considered sacred to Hindus a…
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AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 3
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
Egypt: "the gift of the Nile"
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
Commonly used term for Southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
The region would not have been able to support a significant…
Code of Hammurabi
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for Southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
AP World History Chapter 3
Alexander the Great
monsoon
Aryan
Sanskrit
(356-323 B.C.E.) King of Macedonia from 336 B.C.E. to 323 B.C…
A seasonal prevailing wind in the region of South and Southea…
Indo- Europeans
Ancient Indic language of India
Alexander the Great
(356-323 B.C.E.) King of Macedonia from 336 B.C.E. to 323 B.C…
monsoon
A seasonal prevailing wind in the region of South and Southea…
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AP World History Strayer Chapter 3 Ericson
Alexander the Great
Athenian Democracy
Caesar Augustus
Greco Persian War
Alexander III of Macedonia, conqueror of the Persian Empire a…
A radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
The great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar who emerged…
Two major Persian invasions of Greece, in which the Persians…
Alexander the Great
Alexander III of Macedonia, conqueror of the Persian Empire a…
Athenian Democracy
A radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
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AP World History 1 Chapter 3 Terms
Yellow Turban Rebellion
Xiongnu
Wudi
Solon
A major Chinese peasant revolt that began in 184 C.E. and hel…
Nomadic peoples to the north of the Great Wall of China who w…
Han emperor who began the Chinese civil service by establishi…
Athenian statesman and lawmaker whose reforms led the Athenia…
Yellow Turban Rebellion
A major Chinese peasant revolt that began in 184 C.E. and hel…
Xiongnu
Nomadic peoples to the north of the Great Wall of China who w…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Buddha
Himalayas
Monsoon
Alexander the Great
Creator of major Indian and Asian religion; born in the 6th c…
Mountain region marking the northern border of the Indian sub…
seasonal winds crossing Indian subcontinent and southeast Asi…
Successor of Philip II; successfully conquered Persian Empire…
Buddha
Creator of major Indian and Asian religion; born in the 6th c…
Himalayas
Mountain region marking the northern border of the Indian sub…
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AP World History Chapter 3 Vocabulary Quiz
Iron Age
Hittites
Hatshepsut
Akhenaten
Historians' term for the period during which iron was the pri…
A people from central Anatolia who established an empire in A…
Queen of Egypt (1473-1458 B.C.E.). Dispatched a naval expedit…
Egyptian pharaoh (r. 1353-1335 B.C.E.). He built a new capita…
Iron Age
Historians' term for the period during which iron was the pri…
Hittites
A people from central Anatolia who established an empire in A…
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AP World History Chapter 3 Geo
Ionia
Troy
Crete
Sea of Marmara
Ionia
Troy
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AP World History Chapter 3
Achaemenid Dynasty (6)
Qin Shihuangdi (3)
Han Dynasty (3)
Silk Road (high point) (1)
The first Persian empire (1). It flourished from around 550 t…
Literally "first emperor from the Qin". He ruled from 221-210…
Dynasty the ruled China from 206 BCE to 220 CE (1). Created a…
200 BCE to 200 CE (1)
Achaemenid Dynasty (6)
The first Persian empire (1). It flourished from around 550 t…
Qin Shihuangdi (3)
Literally "first emperor from the Qin". He ruled from 221-210…
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Pre-AP World History Chapter 3 Vocab
Minoans
Myceneans
Phoenicians
polis
Earliest civilization on Crete (c.1600 BCE)
Earliest Greek civilization, conquered Crete from Minoans
Seafaring civilization in Mediterranean and Aegean Seas
Greek city-state
Minoans
Earliest civilization on Crete (c.1600 BCE)
Myceneans
Earliest Greek civilization, conquered Crete from Minoans
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AP World History Chapter 3 China
Shi Huangdi
Qin
Han
Zhou
Founder of the short-lived Qin dynasty and creator of the Chi…
Dynasty established at the end of the warring states period f…
Chinese dynasty that succeeded the Qin in 202 BCE ruled for t…
Originally a vassal family of Shang China; Overthrew the Shan…
Shi Huangdi
Founder of the short-lived Qin dynasty and creator of the Chi…
Qin
Dynasty established at the end of the warring states period f…
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AP World History Chapter 3 Geo
Ionia
Troy
Crete
Sea of Marmara
Ionia
Troy
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AP World History Chapter 3
loess
Shang
Zhou
Mandate of Heaven
A wind-formed deposit made of fine particles of clay and silt…
1st Dynasty in China. Invented their own form of writing (ide…
The people in dynasty that took over the dominate role in Nor…
Connected religious and political. Said that leader of church…
loess
A wind-formed deposit made of fine particles of clay and silt…
Shang
1st Dynasty in China. Invented their own form of writing (ide…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Iron Age
Hittites
Hatshepsut
Akhenaten
The Iron Age began around 1000 B.C.E. and was characterized b…
The Hittites were a powerful people from Anatolia (modern-day…
Hatshepsut was one of the few known female pharaohs of ancien…
Akhenaten was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh who was known for o…
Iron Age
The Iron Age began around 1000 B.C.E. and was characterized b…
Hittites
The Hittites were a powerful people from Anatolia (modern-day…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Akhenaten
Akhetaten
Aryans
caste system
-King Amernhotep IV... -adopted monotheistic religion... -worshippe…
-capital city of Egypt under King Akhenaten... -desert 200 miles…
-invaded Indus Valley Civilization... -adopted Harappan cultures…
-used by both the Harappans and Aryans... -ranked people at birt…
Akhenaten
-King Amernhotep IV... -adopted monotheistic religion... -worshippe…
Akhetaten
-capital city of Egypt under King Akhenaten... -desert 200 miles…
AP World History: Chapter 3
What was the first civilization that d…
Where did the Harappan civilization sp…
What are the Himalayas?
What river system did the Himalayas ca…
Harappan civilization
The Indus valley, much of present day Pakistan, and a corner…
The worlds largest mountain range.
The Indus River System
What was the first civilization that d…
Harappan civilization
Where did the Harappan civilization sp…
The Indus valley, much of present day Pakistan, and a corner…
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AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 3
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
Egypt: "the gift of the Nile"
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
Commonly used term for Southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
The region would not have been able to support a significant…
Code of Hammurabi
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for Southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
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World History Chapter 3
Aryans
Vedas
Brahmin
Caste
A light skinned, tall, semi-nomadic group of herders who orig…
This is a collection of four, Aryan, religious texts which sh…
They were Aryan priests, and the most respected of the four m…
This was a term coined by 15th c. Portuguese explorers to exp…
Aryans
A light skinned, tall, semi-nomadic group of herders who orig…
Vedas
This is a collection of four, Aryan, religious texts which sh…
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AP World History Chapter 3, AP World History chapter 3
Akhenaten
Akhetaten
Aryans
caste system
-King Amernhotep IV... -adopted monotheistic religion... -worshippe…
-capital city of Egypt under King Akhenaten... -desert 200 miles…
-invaded Indus Valley Civilization... -adopted Harappan cultures…
-used by both the Harappans and Aryans... -ranked people at birt…
Akhenaten
-King Amernhotep IV... -adopted monotheistic religion... -worshippe…
Akhetaten
-capital city of Egypt under King Akhenaten... -desert 200 miles…
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AP World History - Chapter 3 (with Pictures)
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
Egypt: "the gift of the Nile"
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present-day I…
Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
Egypt is often known as "the gift of the Nile" because the re…
Code of Hammurabi
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present-day I…
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World History Chapter 3
Indo-Europeans
Steppes
Migration
Hittites
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
The movement of people or animals from one region to another.
A Indo-European people group who lived in Anatolia, modern da…
Indo-Europeans
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
Steppes
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
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AP World History Chapter 3 Vocab
Alexander the Great:
Ashoka:
Athenian democracy:
Caesar Augustus:
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
A radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
The great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar who emerged…
Alexander the Great:
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
Ashoka:
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
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AP World History: Chapter 3
(3)Hinduism urged that
(3)Compared to china, Indian social an…
(3)In the classical period, both china…
(3)Confucian and Hindu values both
all living creatures participated in the divine essence
gave a stronger role to merchants
showed considerable tolerance for different religions
Helped justify and preserve social inequality.
(3)Hinduism urged that
all living creatures participated in the divine essence
(3)Compared to china, Indian social an…
gave a stronger role to merchants
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AP World History Chapter 3
Persian Empire
Athenian democracy
Greco-Persian Wars
Hellenistic Era
A major empire that expanded from the Iranian plateau to inco…
A radical form of direct democracy in which the free male pop…
Two major Persian invasions of Greece, in 490 B.C.E., in whic…
The period from 323 to 30 B.C.E. in which Greek culture sprea…
Persian Empire
A major empire that expanded from the Iranian plateau to inco…
Athenian democracy
A radical form of direct democracy in which the free male pop…
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AP World History Webb Chapter 3 Vocab
Monsoon
Aryan
Sanskrit
Vedas
Seasonal winds that blow towards India during the summer mont…
A people group who invaded classical India many times (Also k…
The first literary (written) language of Indian culture. The…
Aryan hymns/books that were written in Sanskrit during the Ve…
Monsoon
Seasonal winds that blow towards India during the summer mont…
Aryan
A people group who invaded classical India many times (Also k…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Loess
Shang
Documents
Di (dee)
a fine, light silt deposited by wind and water. It contribute…
the dominant ppl in the earliest Chinese dynasty for which we…
Oracle bones ( shoulder bones of cattle and bottom shells of…
Supreme god, controls storms
Loess
a fine, light silt deposited by wind and water. It contribute…
Shang
the dominant ppl in the earliest Chinese dynasty for which we…
AP World History Chapter 3
Hellenistic kingdoms
The Minoans and the Mycenaeans
Peninsula, seafaring and trade
Ideas and technology
Area that are influenced by classical Greek culture are known…
What were the two cultures that provided a foundation for lat…
The Greek mainland is a giant...and this made...important
The Greeks leaned new...thorough trade
Hellenistic kingdoms
Area that are influenced by classical Greek culture are known…
The Minoans and the Mycenaeans
What were the two cultures that provided a foundation for lat…
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AP World History - Chapter 3
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
Egypt
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present-day I…
Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
"the gift of the Nile": Egypt is often known as "the gift of…
Code of Hammurabi
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present-day I…
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AP World History: Chapter 3
China is isolated by
East Asia covered with mountains
Great River Systems are
Xinjiang and Tibet
Himalaya, Pamir, Tian, Takla Makan, and Gobi Mountains mounta…
Makes overland travel and transport difficult
Yellow and Yangzi Rivers and their tributaries facilitate eas…
Lived by herding
China is isolated by
Himalaya, Pamir, Tian, Takla Makan, and Gobi Mountains mounta…
East Asia covered with mountains
Makes overland travel and transport difficult
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AP World History Chapter 3: The Cold War
Russia
USA
People's Republic of China (PRC)
France
Russia
USA
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AP World History Chapter 3
Indus River
Ganges River
Deccan Plateau
Himalayas
river that sources in the Himalayas and flows to its mouth in…
Located in India, this river is considered sacred to Hindus a…
a dry high region, south of the Indo-Ganges plain, between th…
The highest mountains in the world, which stretch along north…
Indus River
river that sources in the Himalayas and flows to its mouth in…
Ganges River
Located in India, this river is considered sacred to Hindus a…
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AP World History: Chapter 3- Egypt & Sudan
The Sahara Dessert
Sudan
The Nile
Nubia
At around 100,000 B.C.E, this was a grassland that included r…
-People from Sudan domesticated cattle 90,000 B.C.E. ... -Then i…
-Egypt was blessed with the beautiful river of the Nile. ... -Th…
- area between northern and southern Egypt.... -At the beginning…
The Sahara Dessert
At around 100,000 B.C.E, this was a grassland that included r…
Sudan
-People from Sudan domesticated cattle 90,000 B.C.E. ... -Then i…
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Chapter 3 AP World History
Alexander the great
Vedas
Chandragupta Maurya
Stupas
Greek invader who provided important Contacts between India a…
Meaning hymns to the gods; for ancient books of Aryan religio…
(322-298 B.C.) ruler of small Ganges Valley state who defeate…
Spherical shrines to Buddha
Alexander the great
Greek invader who provided important Contacts between India a…
Vedas
Meaning hymns to the gods; for ancient books of Aryan religio…
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AP World history - chapter 3
Carthage
Iron Age
Cosmopolitan
Aegean Sea
A city that was created in 814 B.C.E. It controlled the middl…
The time period in which societies uses iron instead of bronz…
the development of a prosperous network of states in the Midd…
A body of water by Mediterranean Sea that touches the borders…
Carthage
A city that was created in 814 B.C.E. It controlled the middl…
Iron Age
The time period in which societies uses iron instead of bronz…
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AP World History - Chapter 3
Middle Kingdom
Menes
cataracts
Menes
A period of time in Egypt when the pharaoh was abolished by f…
A general who conquered all of Egypt and brought it under uni…
Parts of the Nile that are not navigable due to waterfalls an…
The first pharaoh
Middle Kingdom
A period of time in Egypt when the pharaoh was abolished by f…
Menes
A general who conquered all of Egypt and brought it under uni…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Iron Age
Hittites
Hatshepsut
Akhenaten
period during which iron was the primary metal for tools and…
people from central Anatolia who established an empire in Ana…
Queen of Egypt, dispatched a naval expedition down the Red Se…
Egyptian pharaoh, he built a new capital at Amarna, fostered…
Iron Age
period during which iron was the primary metal for tools and…
Hittites
people from central Anatolia who established an empire in Ana…
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Chapter 3 Vocab-World History AP-YHS
Alexander the Great
Vedas
Chadragupta Maurya
Stupas
Greek invader who provided important contacts between India a…
Meaning hymns to the gods; four ancient books of Aryan religi…
(322-298 BCE) Ruler of a small Ganges Valley state who defeat…
Spherical shrines to Buddha.
Alexander the Great
Greek invader who provided important contacts between India a…
Vedas
Meaning hymns to the gods; four ancient books of Aryan religi…
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AP World History- Chapter 3
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
"the gift of the Nile"
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
Egypt is often known as "the gift of the Nile" because the re…
Code of Hammurabi
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
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AP World History-Chapter 3
Menes
Bantu
Nubia
The Old, Middle, and New Kingdoms of E…
-An ambitious minor official from southern Egypt.... -Rose to po…
-Migrated from their original homeland in west Africa.... -Estab…
-Egypt's neighbor to the South.... -Nile River Valley.... -Agricult…
-The Old Kingdom: Pharaoh power was the greatest, massive pyr…
Menes
-An ambitious minor official from southern Egypt.... -Rose to po…
Bantu
-Migrated from their original homeland in west Africa.... -Estab…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Alexander the Great
Persian Empire
Athenian Democracy
Hellenistic Era
Conquer from Macedon; conquered the Persian empire and part o…
A major empire that expanded from the Iranian plateau to inco…
A radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
The period from 323 to 30 BC in which Greek culture spread wi…
Alexander the Great
Conquer from Macedon; conquered the Persian empire and part o…
Persian Empire
A major empire that expanded from the Iranian plateau to inco…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Himalayas
Indus River
monsoons
Harappan
Mountain region marking the northern border of the Indian sub…
A river in South Asia that flows from the Himalayas to the Ar…
seasonal winds crossing the Indian subcontinent and southeast…
An ancient civilization that developed along the Indus River…
Himalayas
Mountain region marking the northern border of the Indian sub…
Indus River
A river in South Asia that flows from the Himalayas to the Ar…
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Chapter 3: AP World History
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
Egypt: "the gift of the Nile"
Series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of B…
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia, in present day I…
Wedge shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
Egypt is often known as "the gift of the Nile" because the re…
Code of Hammurabi
Series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of B…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia, in present day I…
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2015 AP World History Ways of the World Chapter 3
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
Egypt: "the gift of the Nile"
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
Commonly used term for Southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
The region would not have been able to support a significant…
Code of Hammurabi
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for Southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
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