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  • Study Guide
    Civil War Impact of Thirty Years War and Peace of Westphalia on the Holy Roman Empire Gunpowder Empires Shared characteristics of gunpowder empires Main differences between gunpowder empires Millet system Ottoman impact on Europe Makeup of Ottoman population Janisseries Religion of Safavids...
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  • World History Final Exam 2013
    similar how Ethical codes of conduct, written scripture 15. Between 200 B.C.E. and 200 C.E., the Silk Roads facilitated commodity trade between which of the 2 empires? Han Chinese & Romans 16. The development and spread of Christianity and Buddhism before 600 C.E. had what Common...
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  • Ap Unit 1&2 Foundations
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  • Comparing and Contrasting Classical Civilizations
    earn profit. The unequal land distribution and the extreme distinction between rich and poor in Rome and China led to the ultimate fall of the Han dynasty and the western Roman Empire. The Mediterranean civilizations and the Chinese dynasties are economically similar because they both used roads...
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  • Comparison Essay : the Fall of Han and Rome
    decline gradually and eventually collapsed. These two empires shared a similarity in that their economic difficulties and the political instability led to the empirescollapse. However, they were different because China was unified again after the fall of Han Dynasty whereas Western Europe didn’t have...
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  • Review Foundations Ap World
    (scribes), institutions for government, religion, and education. Classic Civilizations: China: Zhou, Qin, Han; India: Aryans, Maurya, Gupta; Mediterranean: Persian, Greece, Roman Empire. 2. Foraging & Pastoral Societies: Their Demographic Characteristics Foraging societies/hunters-gatherers...
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  • World History Lecture Notes
    Chapter 5 An Age of empires: Rome and Han China (753 – 332 BCE) Rome: Western Europe – includes Italy, Spain, France, England Rome’s Creation of a Mediterranean Empire (753 – 330 BCE) Geography and Resources Italy and Sicily are at a crossroads of the Mediterranean and serve as a link between...
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  • Stearns Chapter 5 Outline
    – Justinian codes – famous Roman laws b. Sassanid Empire – Persian – bridge to the east – continued under Persian rule b. North Africa – Augustine – Christian theologizns a. Coptic Church in Egypt – soon Islam would take over c. Western empire – shattered 1. Regional...
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  • stearns ch. 5 notes
    – when barbarians come – no one cares a. 5% of empire able to take over 7. Why it didn’t survive? a. No shared political/bureaucratic traditions b. No common religion 8. Created three regions a. Eastern – Byzantine Empire – Greek – Justinian codes – famous Roman laws b. Sassanid...
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  • Ap Wh
    by spiritual beliefs, their political structure differed significantly. The belief system between Christianity and Buddhism had similarities and differences in moral doctrine. Even though they were founded at different periods of time, Christianity and Buddhism have shaped...
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  • History Review Through 600 Ce
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  • Mhs Whap Fall Final
    the following is most correctly seen as a direct descendant of the Roman Empire.. -Byzantine Empire 97. “stepchild” of the Byzantine Empire          Kievan Rus 98. Which of the following does NOT represent a similarity between the spread of civilization in eastern and western Europe...
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  • Fall of Han Vs. Fall of Roman Empire
    . Alaric, the commander of Visigoths, had them storm and sack Rome. By that time Rome was in total pandemonium. Because of this, the Western Roman Empire fell to the ground. Nevertheless, unlike the Han, it did not collapse completely. The Han dynasty extirpated after the generals (who claimed...
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  • Ap World Essays
    . Western Europe: had been a change of the capital from Rome to Byzantium causing a loss in centralized government for the western half of the empire c. China: When the Han dynasty feel, it was replaced by another Chinese ruler; Mandate of Heaven i. Western Europe: When the Roman Empire...
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  • Essay 1
    most common similarity the Han and Roman empires share is they were both very successful and dominant compared to other societies of their time. One reason these two empires were so dominant is because of their advancement in architecture. During the Han Dynasty much of the Great Wall of China was...
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  • The Han Dynasty vs. The Roman Empire
    differences that marked them as separate. The similarities in the political figures between the Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire were clear. The Martial Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty and Octavian, later known as Augustus Caesar, both have corresponding achievements that were both good for their...
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  • Ap W H Period Ii Review
    by concentrating too much wealth in the hands of elites. * External problems resulted from security issues along their frontiers * Between Han China and the Xiongnu * Between the Romans and Germanic tribes Persian Achaemenid Empire [550 b.c.e. ‒ 330 b.c.e.] Geography...
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  • Crash Course #6
    institutions to promote its core teachings. Key Concept 2.2. The Development of States & Empires IV. The Roman, Han, Persian, Mauryan, and Gupta empires created political, cultural, and administrative difficulties that they could not manage, which eventually led to their decline, collapse...
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  • Rome vs. Han China
    divine right to rule and you didn’t support the emperor, then you would be going against god. Another similarity between the Han Dynasty and Imperial Rome was that both emperors of each empire were able to carry out huge public works projects. These emperors were able to do so because the two empires...
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