AThere have been numerous accounts of creation recorded throughout human history. Some accounts are tens of thousands of years old and other accounts were recorded just a few thousand years ago. Some accounts of creation show striking similarities of creation and other accounts show significant differences of creation. For example, the creation stories of the Sumerians and the Greeks show similar accounts of creation. Though this shouldn’t be a surprise the people of Sumer influenced the Greeks.
Sangah Kwak AP World Mr. Costigan 31 October 2012 AP World History DBQ Thesis Han’s attitude toward labor and manufacturing was more lenient and acceptable than the Romans who had a more negative and uncertain view, therefore causing a general attitude of labor and technology to be positive. The Han government official of the Han Dynasty in the 2nd century B.C.E says that technology is an advantage towards the government, the people, and empire which results in the invention of the aqueducts
Comparing the Impact of the Columbian Exchange – During the Early Modern Period (1450-1750) AP World History – Mr. Blankenship (A.K.A. The Fat Ninja) Europe Major Developments Americas Africa Some powerful states were able to develop because of their relationship with Europeans – as they acquired guns and went into the interior to obtain more slaves – to then get more guns. Historians disagree on the extent to which particular developments were affected by Europeans
AP World History I. Classical civilizations 1,000 B.C.E.-500 C.E.- formative period of durable philosophies and institutions that linked social groups A. China- Zhou, Qin, Han 1. decline of Shang less disruptive of civilization- less internal chaos than India and M.E. 2. world view: harmony of nature, cultural unity and continuity of traditions 3. dynastic rule: Mandate of Heaven and “cycle of dynasties” 4. “Middle
AP-World History “Discuss how the decline of the Mongol empire led to changing global roles of China and Europe from the 1200s to the 1500s” The decline of the Mongols led to many changing global roles during the period of the 1200s to the 1500s. In China, Reunification occurred with the Ming Dynasty being established and continued to have dynastic cycles. The Catholic Church in Europe continued to rule as head of state, and since the Mongols didn’t maintain the Silk Roads anymore, it helped
people? B: Pizarro's capture of Atahuallpa explains thoroughly why Europeans colonized the New World instead of the Native Americans colonizing Europe. The reason why Europeans colonized the New World instead of Native Americans colonizing that was displayed in the capture of Atahullapa is technology. Technology is crucial to Pizarro's capture of Atahuallpa and for European conquest in the New World since Pizarro's men were equipped with guns, armor, steel swords, and ships needed to travel vast
PERSIA Map of Persian Empire Organization and Ideology • Empire divided into 20 provinces after Darius I. • Satrap administered each province – Satrap was related or connected to royal family, position tended to become hereditary – Satraps in distant provinces had much autonomy • Provinces required to pay annual tribute of gold and silver Persepolis Persian Kings • Kings seen as aloof and majestic • Kings were masters of all subjects and nobles • Owned and administered vast tracts
HISTORY OF THE WORLD *10,000 to 8000 B.C. As the last Ice Age ends and the earth grows warmer, Homo sapiens make a revolutionary technology leap. After 100,000 years as hunters and gatherers, people discover farming. By domesticating plants and animals they can now grow and store food. *8000 B.C.- the first permanent settlements are founded in the Fertile Crescent, a semi-circular area of land in the Middle East. Tools are still made of stone. The population of the world is 5 million.
CCOT essay: During the time of 600-1450 the trading patterns of West Africa and the Mediterranean region were developing rapidly. However, the peoples were affected by these developing trading patterns, made sure to keep some aspects of the original patterns the same. Some of the changes that were instituted include the advancement of the transportation that was used, as well as the extension of trade into new areas of both regions. But, West Africa and the Mediterranean did keep their trade goods
succeeded ending in evil massacres leaving his empire not only vulnerable but broke as well. Romanus the third believed in a numerical army rather than an army based upon strength and intellect. He believed his huge army could destroy all and conquer the world for him until the majority of his soldiers fled from a battle against the barbarian army. His army was full of cowards and weaklings who were only in for the wealth they would gain. This in addition