World Civ Test-Tres

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  1. What 4 key events transform Western Europe?
    • 1.) Germanic migrations
    • 2.) The division of the roman empire (west and east)
    • 3.) The fall of rome itself 
    • 4.) The division of christianity and the church
    • (west: roman catholic) (east: eastern orthadox)
  2. What are the key themes of Christian Western Europe?
    • Localism
    • Rural Societ
    • Decentralzation
  3. Why is Constantine the Key Individual?
    • Legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire
    • Moved the capital of the Roman Empire from rome(west) to Consantinople(East)
    • Leads to a new empire: Byzantine
  4. The Gemanic Peoples
    • Tribal mindset
    • Clan Mindset
    • Polotheistic
    • Duals settled disputes
    • Migration led to downfall of rome
    • Led to settled society
  5. The decine of the western Roman Empire
    • Constintine divides empire (size)
    • Decline of Roman Tradition
    • Poor Leadership
    • Christianity led to power vacum, Pope fills in
    • Pressure from Germanic Invaders
  6. Germanic Kingdoms
    Transformation of tribal societies to kingdoms with Monarchies
  7. Early Medieval church
    • Blending & Adaptation of christian beliefs & Germanic customs & beliefs
    • Monks & Nuns promoted charity
    • Were model examples of Christianity
  8. The Franks
    • Stuck to Germanic Beliefs (charlemagne)
    • Tried to spread christianity
    • Proclamation that charlemagne was next ruler
  9. 3 Tears of NoblesseOblige
    • 1.) Kings/Monarchs
    • 2.)Nobility
    • 3.)Peseants/Serfs
  10. 5 Virtues of a Knight
    • Curiosity
    • Loyalty
    • (a) Genorosity
    • Prouis
    • Prestige
  11. 2 Ways church makes Knights Accountable
    • Peace of God
    • Truce of God
  12. 3 F's of Peseant life
    • Family
    • Farming
    • Faith
  13. The decline & Revival of the western Church
    • Curruption (Popes)
    • The Great Schism
    •         -Spirits
    •                 -Western
    •                 -Roman Catholic
    • (Pope's Curruption Causes Schism)
    • Western Pope's (church) has power over Western Europe
  14. 3 Major Characteristics of the Byzantine Empire
    • Blended Roman traditions & Greek culture
    • Adopted Eastern Orthadox Christianity
    • No athority to challenege Emperor
  15. Downfall of the Byzantine Empire
    • Plagues
    • Muslim Invasion
  16. 2 Biggest conflicts of the Byzantine Empire
    • (Volcano Creates)
    • Food Shortage
    • Plagues
  17. Conflict in Byzantine
    Nature of Christ (1 Person or 2?)
  18. Pre-Isamic Arabia
    • Tribes
    • Clans
    • Nomads
  19. Mecca Provided
    • Food
    • Water
    • Rest
    • Trade
  20. Moral Life of Muhammad consisted of?
    • Rituals
    • Regulations
  21. The 2 main Messages of the Qur'an
    • Tolerance
    • Peace
  22. What was the key event in Islamic history
    Hijra (shift from Polotheism to Monotheism)
  23. What are the 5 Pilars od Islam
    • Shahadah: To bare Witness that there is only 1 God
    • Salat: Ritualized Prayer (5times a day facing Kaba)
    • Zakat: Giving Alms to the poor
    • Sawm: Abstain from food/sex during daylight hours of Ramadan
    • Hajj: A Pilgramage to the Mecca
  24. Jihad Characteristics
    • Military Conquest
    • Internal Conflict
    • Convert
    • Defensive in nature (beliefs)
    • End opression
  25. 2 Key events from murder of umma
    • Causes a split (Splits the faith; the umma)
    • Two groups are formed
    • -Sunni (Traditional prophets)
    • -Shi'ites (Minority)
  26. What are the 2 most significant impacts of the Umayyad Caliphate?
    • Arabic Language in Islam Religion
    • Unifies withMuslim trade networks
  27. What is the Central theme of the Umayyad Caliphate?
    • Conquest
    • Expansion
  28. What is Islam's Impact on India?
    • India becomes most important trade (Indian Ocean)
    • Conflict between Islam's monotheistic religion & Buddhist faith
    • Baghdad's fall helps India become hub of trade
  29. What are 2 major Differences between Muslims & Hindu's?
    • Monotheism vrs Polytheism (# of Gods)
    • Value of Equality
  30. 3 ways how Delhi Sultanate maintain Political & Social Balance
    • Loyalty to Kings
    • Strong Relationships
    • Stressed Virtues
  31. 4 Charateristics of Pre Islamic Africa
    • Isolation (Geography & Climate)
    • Diversity (Come from Bantu Migration)
    • Legends & Folkstory (Oral History)
    • Local Rulers
  32. 2 Major developments that 1st foster connections
    • Bantu Migrations
    • Spread of Islam
    • (-Central belief system)
    • (-Common Culture)
    • (-Trade)
  33. North Africa 2 Themes
    • Genorosity
    • Force
  34. 3 Reasons why did north Africa convert to Islam?
    • Factor of economics (&Fright of being killed)
    • Eygpt had Sh'iat Rule
    • Rest of Africa was Sunni
  35. What were the 4 effects of the Trans-Saharan trde on West Africa? (Muslims)
    • Islamic Faith & Cultural Dominance
    • Rise of Trade Routes (Gold)
    • Beginnings of Slave Trade in Africa
    • Urbanization of West Africa (Kingdoms)
  36. What are the 2 major themes of Ghana?
    • Trade (gold & salt)
    • Conversion to islam (in West Africa)
  37. What caused the Downfall of Ghana?
    Conversion to Islam (many followers were weakened)
  38. What is the foundation of the Mali Kingdom?
    • Trade
    • -Agriculture is the base
    • -Education was important
  39. What is the key event in the Mali Kingdom?
    • The kariban of Masa Musa
    • -Mali became hub of the Muslim trade network
  40. What is the Central Theme in East Africa?
    & How was it different?
    • 1.) Bantu Migration
    • Muslim trade networks

    • 2.) Had City states
    • Not 1 Centralized Authority
  41. How are East & West Africa Different? (3Reasons each)
    • E-City State
    • W-Kingdoms
    • -E-Indian Ocean Trade
    • -W-OverLand Trade
    • E-Slavery
    • W-No Slavery
  42. Central Africa two characteristics
    • Isolation
    • Localization
  43. Main Source in Central & Southern Africa?
    • Minning Industries
    • -trade networks (Gold is mainsource of trade)
  44. 4 Major Reasons China Becomes Most Dominate Empire
    • Technology (Ship Navigation, Gun powder)
    • Cohesian (Most effective government)
    • Commerce (Merchant Class, Manufacture class)
    • Culture affluence
  45. 3 Major Characteristics of East Asian Societies
    • Chinese Advancements
    • Adapted Buddhism
    • Blending of cultures with Chinese cultures
  46. China's 4 Major Disunities
    • Civil Wars
    • Disease
    • Natural Disasters
    • Nomatic Invadors
  47. Why did China Adapt Buddhism?
    • Chaos (Disunity)
    • Overland Trade Routes (Got exposed)
  48. 2 Major types of Buddhism
    • Traditional
    • Adapted Versiom
  49. What is the Cause of China's Disunity?
    the fall of the Han empire
  50. 4 Commercial & Technological Innovations of the Chinese Society
    • Civil Service
    • Ship (Seal Compartments)
    • Flying Cash (Paper Money)
    • Printing Process
  51. What are the 4 end results of China
    • Security & Stability
    • Population Growth
    • Rise of Merchant & Manufacturing Social Class
    • Global Adaptations of Chinese Innovations
  52. Vietnam & the Chinese Impact *
    • Vietnam Keeps own identity
    • woman had a higher social status
    • Dominated by China
    • Vassle State of China
    • Blending of Vietnam & Chinese Culture
    • Independant Aristocratic families (Korea)
    • Korea becomes more Chinese
  53. Japan ( Pre-China) *
    • Hunters & Gathers
    • Polotheistic
    • Prince Shotoku Spread Buddhism
    • Blended Chinese
    • -kana Writting & Women Writting
  54. Samurai's were...
    • Rural Class became Urban
    • Code of Honor
    • Peasent & Warrior Class
    • Turned to buddhism
    • Shogun becomes Commander & Chief

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