• Ch 7 Notes Apwh
    province of Persia in southwest Iran embarked on a series of conquests that led to the formation of an enormous empire. c) Four dynasties ruled during the times- The Achaemenids (558-330 BCE), Seleucids (323-83 BCE), The Parthians (274-224 BCE), and the Sasanids (224-651 BCE). 1. The...
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  • Zoroastrianism
    . Moreover, the other culture groups that the respective peoples came to interact with were different, for instance in 6th–4th century BCE Western Iran with Fertile Crescentculture, with each side absorbing ideas from the other. Such inter-cultural influences notwithstanding, Zoroastrian "scripture" is...
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  • History
    BCE= Before common era (same as BC) CE= Common Era (Same as AD) Circa = around the time of, approximately – not exact date( abbreviated “ca” or “c”) Chapter 1 * 4mil ya to 3500 BCE * Hominids * australopithecus 4mil ya * Homo Erectus 1.5 mil ya Homo Sapiens 200...
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  • United Nation
    Seleucids were replaced in Iran and Mesopotamia by the Parthian Arsacids (141 BCE-224 CE), a hellenised dynasty from Persia. The Sassanids (224-651 CE), a Persian dynasty which promoted the Persian language and advanced Persian culture, then took over the whole of Iran, Mesopotamia, and Afghanistan until...
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  • iran
    of the Sasanian dynasty in 224 CE, under which Iran became one of the leading powers of Western and Central Asia for the next four centuries. Manichaeism and Zoroastrianism were largely replaced after Arab Muslims invaded Persia in 633 CE, and conquered it by 651 CE.[19] Iran thereafter played a...
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  • india
    around 77 CE. During this period Indian cultural influence spread over many parts of Southeast Asia which led to the establishment of Indianized kingdoms.[4] The early medieval period Indian mathematics influenced the development of mathematics and astronomy in the Arab world and the Hindu numerals...
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  • the world in 6 glasses
    Zoroastrians -Pathians- Parthians Persian dynasty (247 bce-224 ce) (reached its peak under Mithradates -Perseopolis- New capital of Persia established under Darius in 520 bce -Qanat-underground canals -Sasanids-Later powerful Persian dynasty (224-651 that would reach its peak under Shapur 1...
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  • History Sucks
    Empire: an empire that dominated the Mediterranean region and lasted from 27 BCE to 476 BCE continued to expand into Britain and the rest of North Africa. By 200 CE, Rome had reached the height of its power page 2 How Did the Byzantine Empire Form? Conflicts between Roman leaders and barbarian...
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  • History
    third of the world's income up to the 18th century. Much of northern and central India was united in the 4th century CE, and remained so for two centuries, under the Gupta Empire. This period, witnessing a Hindu religious and intellectual resurgence, is known among its admirers as the "Golden Age of...
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  • Keyterms
    Brown 9th Grade World History H Unit 2: The Formation of New Cultural Communities, 1000BCE-600CE 1000 B.C.E-600 C.E. Chapter 4: Greece and Iran 1000 BCE-30 BCE Reading 2.4.1: Ancient Iran 100-109 Reading 2.4.2 The Rise of the Greeks 109-116 Reading 2.4.3 The Struggle of...
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  • Study Guide
    8. ____ 27 BCE g. Augustus takes control of Rome 9. ____ 200 CE h. Julius Caesar assassinated. 10. Describe two reasons for why the Roman Empire split into eastern and western parts. Match the city with its importance to the Byzantine...
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  • World History Lecture Notes
    take over religious control of institutions 15. The Epic of Gilgamesh provides an example of the exercise of secular power 10/5/12 Test Essay Question Analyze the similarities and differences between belief systems in ancient Mesopotamia and those in ancient Egypt. (3000-500 BCE...
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  • pak studies
    1100 to 600 BCE.[21] The Vedic Period also established republics such as Vaishali, which existed as early as the 6th century BCE and persisted in some areas until the 4th century CE. The later part of this period corresponds with an increasing movement away from the previous tribal system towards...
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  • Ancient Mediterranean Religion
    ancient landscape? The second part, “Histories,” includes essays that trace the histories of religions in each of the cultures and traditions between about the 3rd millennium bce and the 5th century ce, offering accounts of how each of the cultures and its political, social, artistic, and religious...
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  • Ap World Study Guide
    BCE – 576 CE): bureaucrats | | |– power of nationalism |Interwar – Fascist Italy, Mussolini...
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  • Persian Empire Notes
    minor territories which gained independence at that time. The Iranian Culture of the central plateau, however, continued to thrive and eventually reclaimed power by the 2nd century BCE. * The historical mark of the Achaemenid Empire went far beyond its territorial and military influences and...
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  • Zoroastrianism
    followers estimate 600 BCE. Historians and religious scholars generally date his life sometime between 1500 and 1000 BCE on the basis of his style of writing. He lived in Persia, modern day Iran. Legends say that his birth was predicted and that attempts were made by the forces of evil to kill him as...
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  • Science
    found in other parts of the Indus Valley Civilization and Iran one millennium later.[6] • Button: Buttons—made from seashell—were used in the Indus Valley Civilization for ornamental purposes by 2000 BCE.[7] Some buttons were carved into geometric shapes and had holes pieced into them so that...
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  • Ch.7 The Empires of Persia
    sophisticated than the early societies discussed in part. What evidence do you see of this in the development of the Persian Empires? Classical Civilizations: (1000 BCE - 600 CE) Change political centers Improve technology Establish more elaborate philosophical and religious traditions Expand...
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  • Ap W H Period Ii Review
    of warring local states. Teotihuacan [100 bce 700 ce] * Teotihuacan arose as a new religious center in the Mexican Higland  around the time of Christ * Characterized by monumental construction, during which Teotihuacan quickly became the largest and most populous urban center in the...
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