• AP World essay prompts
    emerged as a result of the formation of city-states from 3500 B.C.E. to 600 B.C.E. 2. Compare the political and social aspects of two of the following river valley civilizations. a. Mesopotamia b. Egypt c. Indus River d. Shang China Chapter 4 1. Analyze the continuities and changes in political structure...
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  • Unit 3 Essay Prep Ap World History
    3 FOCUS QUESTIONS 1) Analyze similarities and differences between the diffusion of Buddhism from its origins to 1450 and the diffusion of Christianity from its origins to 1450. Be sure to discuss how each religion gained followers as it diffused Christianity- Peter and Paul, St. Gregory...
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  • I Want to Read This One Essay but Must Make an Account First
    for women between 600-1450 such as they were still subordinate to men and were not allowed to be educated but the changes were more significant like their right to divorce was brought upon in this time period along with their ability to gain power through marriage. Women from 600-1450 continued to be...
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  • Essays by Time Period Ap World
    Han China 206 BCE-220 CE, Mauryan/Gupta India 320 BCE-550 CE, Imperial Rome 31 BCE-476 CE CCOT: 2009 Silk Roads 200 BCE-1450 CE 2006 Cultural & political changes in ONE: Chinese 100-600 CE, Roman 100-600 CE, Indian 300-600 CE Post-Classical DBQ: 2004 Responses to Buddhism in China 2002...
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  • History
    8000 BCE to 600 CE •    Analyze the changes and continuities in major trading patterns within and among Classical civilizations; include their contacts, including religious, with adjacent regions. •    Discuss the changes and continuities in the Silk Road trading network from 600 BCE – 1450 •    Discuss...
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  • Ap World Study Guide
    |8000 – 600 CE |6001450 CE |1450-1750 CE |1750 – 1914 CE |1914 - Present | |Politics |Dynasties with emperors- mandate of |Japan borrowed from China ...
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  • World History Final Exam 2013
    1. Both Christians & Muslims share what belief in God One god omnipotent 2. Buddhist religious statues found in China are examples of what? Cultural Diffusion 3. The Code of Hammurabi illustrates the laws of Babylonian society were influenced by lex talionis and what? Social Class structure – social...
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  • Prompt
    political changes and continuities in ONE of the following civilizations during the last centuries of the classical era. Chinese, 100-600- CE Roman, 100-600 CE Indian, 300-600 Analyze the cultural and political changes and continuities in the formation of national identities in ONE of the regions listed...
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  • Ap Course
    Compare and contrast the following early civilizations’ cultural, political and social structures.     Mesopotamia    Egypt    Indus Valley  Shang China  Mesoamerica       2•    Compare and contrast the major religions we have studied: Buddhism, Christianity, Daoism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and African...
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  • Impact of Trade on East Asia and South Asia
    Asia From 600 to 1450 CE, the impact of trade on East Asia and South Asia was similar in that it promoted economic development in both regions and transformed port cities of both regions into cosmopolitan centers, but differed in that it helped with the establishment of Buddhism in China while it helped...
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  • Dbq: Cultural Interaction
    America would not have certain foods and animals, such as bananas and cows; likewise, Europe would not have corn or turkeys. Between the years 600 and 1450 C.E, Cultural interaction was very beneficial due to the expanding of trade, spreading of religion and cultures, and strengthening nations. However...
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  • History Essay
    and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the present. • Sub-Saharan Africa • Latin America/Caribbean Revised Question Analyze continuities and changes in cultural beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the present. • Sub-Saharan Africa • Latin America/Caribbean ...
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    C. Cities – PLACE A DOT AND LABEL D. Historic States – shade and label 10. Alexandria 17. Mesopotamia 11. Babylon/Baghdad 18. Han China 12. Jerusalem 19. Mayan city-states 13. Rome 20. Teotihuacans (later center of Aztecs) 14. Athens 15. Sparta F. Place the following...
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  • Changes and Continuities in Commerce in Indian Ocean Region
    |of Buddhism in China. What kind of additional document(s) would you |between 1750 to 1914 in ONE of the following areas: |affected TWO of the following regions in the period from the war | | |need to evaluate the extent of Buddhism’s appeal in China? | ...
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  • Foundations
    Foundations: c. 8000 B.C.E.–600 C.E. Major Developments 1. Locating world history in the environment and time 1. Environment 1. Geography and climate: Interaction of geography and climate with the development of human society 2. Demography: Major population...
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  • Yeah Ok
    |Unit One & Two: 8,000 BCE to 600 CE | | ...
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  • Cot Essay Silk Road
    Between the years of 200 BCE and 1450 CE, the Silk Road went through a number of changes. With the rise and success of the ancient empires the trade route thrived and was the main trade route connecting the Mediterranean to China. As the empires collapsed so did the use of the Silk Road as it became...
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  • Impacts of Islam Change and Continuity over Time Essay
    Africa in the 640s C.E., Islam has greatly influenced the development and growth of Africa. The impacts of Islam changed Africa considerably from 600-1450 C.E., yet many things stayed the same. The impact of Islam changed Africa economically through the introduction of new trade routes, politically with...
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  • How to Swag
    UNIT II: 600 - 1450 C.E. This second era is much shorter than the previous one, but during the years between 600 and 1450 C.E. many earlier trends continued to be reinforced, while some very important new patterns emerged that shaped all subsequent times. QUESTIONS OF PERIODIZATION Change over time...
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  • World History Doc
    1999) DBQ Practice: 10 AP-Style DBQs, Williams, ed., (Social Studies School Services, 2004) Unit One: Foundations—c. 8000 BCE to 600 CE 1. World History in Place and Time a. Interactions of geography and climate with the development of human society ...
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