• Prompt
    -Saharan The Middle East Analyze similarities and differences in methods of political control in TWO of the following empires in the Classical Period: Han China, 206 BCE-220CE; Mauryan/Gupta India, 320 BCE-550 CE; Imperial Rome, 31 BCE-476 CE Analyze similarities and differences in the rise of TWO of the following empires: A West African Sudanic empire (Mali or Ghana or Songhay); the Aztec Empire; the Mongol Empire...
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  • Charles
    . -Islamic states -City-states -Mongol Khanates Choice #6: Analyze the similarities and differences in the rise of TWO of the following empires. A West African Sudanic empire (Mali OR Ghana OR Songhay) The Aztec Empire The Mongol Empire Choice #7: Compare demographic and environmental...
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  • Postclassical World History
    Mongols. In Africa, the western empires, Ghana, Mali, and Songhay dominated the gold trade. In the Americas, the Olmecs set a cultural precedent for their successors. 3. Continuities and breaks within the period (e.g., the impact of the Mongols on international contacts and on specific societies...
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  • Ap World History Chapter 12-14 Vocabulary
    * Kankan Musa was legendary because of the wealth distributed along the way on a pilgrimage to Mecca. * Sundiata created a unified state that became the Mali Empire. * Songhay was the successor state to Mali. * Hausa states combined Islamic and indigenous beliefs. * East African...
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  • Midterm Review
    were Sufi Muslims critical of mainstream Islam? * * * 15. How did the rise of Islam change the lives of women? * Socially: * Spiritually: 16. Identify some similarities and differences in the spread of Islam to India, Anatolia, West Africa, and Spain. (Hint: How...
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  • History Sucks
    developed and to view examples of Nok sculpture. How Did Trade Help Lead to the Rise of the Sudanic States? Trade is the real reason for the development and rise of the great West African kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai, and for this reason they are often referred to as the trading states, or...
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  • accounting
    the Sahara, and west to the Atlantic Ocean, absorbing the remains of the Ghana Empire. Sundiata took on the title of mansa. He established the capital of his empire at Niani.[165] Although the salt and gold trade continued to be important to the Mali Empire, agriculture and pastoralism was also...
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  • Contrast & Compare
    Within a Compare and Contrast Essay, students must analyze at least two reasons for a similarity or difference identified in a direct comparison. Remember: the analysis point must begin with a direct comparison and explain why the similarity or difference arose or occurred. Such a construction...
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  • Its a Me Mario
    1. Patriarch or council of elders a. Power over subordinate communities 1. Collect taxes, tribute, military support b. States emerge – Ghana, Mali, Songhay 2. Rulers separated from commoners through ritual – think “mandate of heaven” C. The Empire of Mali and Sundiata, the “Lion...
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  • Study Guide Ap World History
    ? Ethipoian Kingdom The sudanic kingdom that declined in 1076? Ghana The geographical location of the empire of the Mali Empire? between senegal and niger rivers What monarch is credited with beginning Manlike expansion and creating the Mali Empire? Sundiata Who were the African traders associated...
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  • AP World History Ch. 18-21
    Ghana 15000 to 20,000 people Supported Qadis and muslim scholars, and large army 30.Mali decline : Factions, provinces secede, military pressure from states and nomads Songhay overcome in 15th century Tradition of Islam and centralized government 31.The Mali Empire and trade : Controlled and...
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  • Business
    CHAPTER 7: ISLAM AND THE SUDANIC STATES OF WEST AFRICA KEY POINTS • The Almoravids The spread of the Almoravids • The Muslim states of north Africa, 1100-1500 Further expansion of the gold trade • The empire of Mali Evidence...
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  • Wh Review
    of Islamic caliphates and their impact on Asia, Africa, and Europe; the Mongol invasions and their impact on Europe, China, India, and Southwest Asia; (D) identify major causes and describe the major effects of the following important turning points in world history from 1450 to 1750: the rise of...
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  • China and India
    because the regional city states were cooperative and agreed to combine to form one empire. The Aztecs had daily sacrifices for their god which contributed to their violent nature. The Aztecs were different than the Sudanic states in that the Aztecs were polytheistic and Mali, Songhay, and Ghana...
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  • Ap Course
    African and New World societies: Ghana, Songhay, and Mali, with Toltec, Inca, and Aztec. Consider reasons for growth, trade patterns, social structures, role of religion, role of women, contacts with other cultures, and reasons for decline. 7. Compare and contrast the impact of the Mongol invasions...
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  • Post Classical Review Notes
    The Rise of Islam Mohammad Received revelations from Allah (God) and put them in the Qu’ran. He was the last prophet Gathered a following and had to go from Mecca to Medina, where he grew even more powerful Make Ka’aba into a religious shrine Islam 5 Pillars of Islam Confession of faith...
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  • Ap World Notes
    ) Thesis Statement Compare and Contrast the historical processes in the rise and consolidation of 2 of the following classical empires - Han China - Imperial Rome -Mauryan/Gupta India There were many similarities and differences in the historical processes of Han China and Mauryan/Gupta India...
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  • How to Swag
    and 1450 CE, two major empires emerged in West Africa, just south of the Sahara Desert: Ghana - By the 700s, a farming people called the Soninke had formed an empire that they called Ghana ("war chief") that was growing rich from taxing the goods that traders carried through their territory. Their...
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  • Apwh Look over
    religions of the two empires. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. In what ways were the economic foundations of the Roman and the Han empires similar? How do you account for the similarity? How were they different? What were the consequences of the differences? 2. Why did Christianity develop when and...
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  • crystal
    , measures, currencies             Largest empire in African history             97% of people followed traditional religions             Decline- too much land to control, people rebel             Morocco rebels: takes control of gold mines             Defeat Songhay- 1591             1612...
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