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    and Western European feudalism. (Note you might want to consider adding Zhou feudalism). B. Compare and contrast political and social institutions in Western and Eastern Europe. C. Analyze the roles and functions of cities in major cultures (Islamic, West European, East Asia, Western...
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  • Contrast & Compare
    during the Modern and Contemporary Eras in any two of the following pairs: China-Japan, Cuba-Philippines, Egypt-Nigeria, and India-Vietnam. H. Compare and contrast patterns of decolonization in Africa, India, Southeast Asia or the former Soviet Union. I. Compare the impact of Western consumer...
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  • AP World Unit 1,Unit 2, Unit 3 and Unit 4 Summary
    Hemisphere trade routes Byzantine Empire, Chinese dynasties, Islamic states, Mongol Khanates, and feudalism in Europe and Japan The expansion of state systems in the Americas: Mayan city states, Mexica (“Aztecs”), Inca Technological and cultural transfer between states and empires, including tang...
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  • a beautiful mind
    and Japanese feudalism differed in the treatment of noble women during the post classical era. Noble women in European’s feudal system married early as a way to unite land. In contrast, at the beginning of the feudalism in Japan, Japanese noble women were trained in the military and a few became...
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  • Wh Review
    impact of the fall of Rome on Western Europe; and (C) compare the factors that led to the collapse of Rome and Han China. (4) History. The student understands how, after the collapse of classical empires, new political, economic, and social systems evolved and expanded from 600 to 1450. The student...
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  • Mhs Whap Fall Final
    -classical period in Western history between the fall of the Roman Empire and the fifteenth century is referred to as the -Middle ages 120. medieval backwardness in western europe accounts for - the anxiety of the west about the more powerful muslim world 121. Which of the following was NOT a...
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  • Review Guide
    .). You will also be asked to understand changes/transformations in Europe from the Early to High Middle Ages Example: Compare feudalism in Post-classical Europe and Japan. To write this essay, you will need to understand not only feudal structures in Europe and Japan, but also the ways in...
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  • World Civilization.
    affairs; a power vacuum existed. A number of powerful societies arose during the post-classical period. A Russian empire expanded across the steppes and forests of Eurasia. Western European regional kingdoms, attempting to expand in Europe, turned to overseas colonial empires. Gunpowder empires with...
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  • Ap World Notes
    responsible for the decline of 2 classical empires. 2. Compare and contrast the factors responsible for the founding of and diffusion of two of the following belief systems to 1450. 3. Compare and contrast the ways societies in sub-Saharan Africa and Europe interacted with Islam during the period...
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  • Compare and Contrast
    women during the post-classical era, and a similar political structure of a hereditary caste system, which were the main reasons they became successful empires. Body Paragraph#1: Both the Europeans and the Japanese had successful warriors that helped them succeed. In both feudal Japan and Europe...
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  • Ap World History Vocabulary Words
    the Nedao, migrating Germanic tribes invaded the Western Roman Empire and transformed it into Medieval Europe. During the 5th century, as the Western Roman Empire lost military strength and political cohesion, numerous Germanic peoples, under pressure from population growth and invading Asian groups...
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  • AP World HIstory Semester One
    ? Europe All of the following pastoral groups formed into large states or chiefdoms during the post-classical period except the maasai Which of the following was a reason for the rapid expansion of the Islamic/Arab Empire in the century following the death of Muhammad? The weakened condition of...
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  • Ap World History Review
    would be called the Holy Roman Empire under Otto the Great [962 C.E.] * Failed to build a strong, united empire * Feudalism took hold * Western Roman Empire (by now better referred to as Western Europe due to almost complete lack of Roman tradition beyond Roman...
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    through trade and other contacts. It is often considered an Age of Faiths especially in Western Europe, the Islamic World, and India. C. LATE POST-CLASSICAL 1250 - 1450 CE This period begins with the rise of the Mongols and the reorganization of Afro-Eurasia caused by their movements, trade...
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  • Model Essay Comparison Essay Post-Classical Civilizations
    of the Middle East and Europe in regards to the factors that allowed for the rise of new post-classical civilizations in these regions. However, these factors can also be compared globally. For instance, feudalism also arose in Japan during the Heian period and was very similar to European feudalism...
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  • Ap Course
    over time. 3•    Compare and contrast the role of the following religions below played in promoting or impeding societal change in the classical to post classical era:     Christianity    Buddhism    Hinduism    Islam        Judaism 4. Compare and contrast the following empires: Han, Roman...
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  • Ap World History Comparative Review
    Roman Empire and Han China 8. Compare and contrast social classes, social inequality, and gender relations in any two classical religions. (Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism) 9. Compare and contrast the Aztec and Inca empires 10. Compare and contrast west European and Japanese feudalism...
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  • Wester Culture
    Biblical-Christian cultural influence in spiritual thinking, customs and either ethic or moral traditions, around Post-Classical Era. • Central and Eastern European cultural influences concerning artistic, musical, folkloric, ethic and oral traditions, whose themes have been further developed by...
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  • 6 Weeks Essay
    religious services, had higher status, were less confined to the household. 9 Western Europe population growth, increased political complexity, and artistic and intellectual complexity, and economical prosperity. Define the post classical period in Western Europe. Signs of vitality in Western Europe...
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  • Postclassical World History
    not. In Western Europe, the pope and the Roman Catholic Church served as their government. During the middle ages, feudalism dominated Western Europe, where life was centered in the manor. In China, the Tang, Song, and Ming dynasties developed golden ages, with the brief interruptions of the...
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