Sophomore Fall Final Study Guide Terms: These topics relate to the multiple choice section of the test

. Where the list has a x2 (times two) this means that there are two questions related to the topic in the test bank. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Luxury goods in Eurasia Silk Roads origins West African states Silk road goods disease and the Silk Road Silk and Sand Road goods Chinese society after Han Dynasty Tang and Song Dynasty x2 Chinese tribute system Buddhism in China Byzantine Empire's longevity growth of Europe in the High Middle Ages Crusades long-term impact Byzantine Empire's legacy Western Europe after 476 Western Europe and Christianity The Islamic community • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shia Islam pre-Islamic Arabia Sikhism Sufis in Anatolia or India Islam and merchants Holy war Pastoral societies Empires and pastoralists Where did pastoralists emerge? Agriculturalists vs pastoralists Mongols in China Mongols in Russia Ming exploration Ming and the Mongols Hundred Years' War and Ming China Cause for European expansion Shia Islam imposed

Short Answer questions: You will need to answer five of these in a few sentences. • • • • • • • • • • What were the chief economic accomplishments of the Tang and Song dynasty periods? What differences separated the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches? In what ways did the experience of Islam in West Africa differ from its experience in Anatolia? What impact did pastoral peoples have on the spread of Islam? Who among Western Europe's elite supported exploration, and what were their motivations? To what extend did the Roman heritage survive in Western Europe following the collapse of the Roman Empire? Explain the difference between the greater and lesser forms of jihad. What factors inhibited the development of long-distance exchange networks in the Americas? In what ways did Japanese women enjoy greater freedom than their counterparts in Korea despite the arrival of Confucian thought in Japan in the seventh century? In which regions of the Afro-Eurasian trade network did religions from other areas arrive and have a profound impact between 500 and 1500 C.E.?

Essay: I will only put one of these on the test and you will need to answer it in multiple paragraphs. 1. What predictions about the future might a global traveler of the fifteenth century reasonably have made? Would it depend on precisely when those predictions were made? 2. What key developments separated the modern era from the fifteenth century?

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