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Study Guide history 102 010

Makenzie Strand
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Study Guide over ch. 12+13+14. Chinese and Asian expansion and the voyages of settlers and kinsmen.
world history II
Chunmei Du
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Makenzie Strand on Tuesday February 9, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to history 102 010 at Western Kentucky University taught by Chunmei Du in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 55 views. For similar materials see world history II in History at Western Kentucky University.

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Date Created: 02/09/16
History Exam 1 Study Guide 1. Based on the “laws, ordinances, and regulations,” what classes can you list in the Aztec  society? How did the classes differ?  2. According to “book of the Gods and Rites,” How could you move up in society? 3. According to “book of Gods and Rites,” how might people fall into slavery?  4. According to “Chronicles of the Incas,” what kinds of policies did the Inca rulers adopt to  expand land and population?  5. What is Ma Huan interested in and why?  6. How did Ma describe the King and political system of the country? 7. How did Vasco da Gama describe the city of Calicut?  8. What mistakes did the author of “Journal of the First Voyage of Vasco da Gama” make in  describing the port of Calicut, and what might have led to such mistakes?  9. Compare and contrast the two accounts. What are some similarities and differences between  the two? Give examples.  10. Why did Jahangir emphasize elaborate coronation celebration for himself? 11. How was Jahangir a distinctly Muslim ruler? How did he and his father differ in ruling techniques? 12. How did Jahangir adjust to Hinduism? Give examples. 13. How did Ogier Ghistelin de Busbecq define the differences between Ottoman Empire and Austria, and why did he highlight such differences? 14. What kinds of potential problems does this document show? 15. How did Equaino describe his experience with European slavery, and how does it differ to slavery in Africa? 16. According to Equaino’s account, what kind of role did Africans play in the salve trade? 17. According to Phillips, what kinds of obstacles did European encounter when negotiating with African authorities? 18. How did Phillips describe the economic transactions? How might an African merchant or Equiano describe the transaction? 19. Why did King Affonso go to Portugal? What kind of relationship did he envision with the Portuguese? 20. According to King Affonson, how had the Portuguese connection in general and the slave trade in particular transformed his state? 21. How did Osei Bonsu understand the slave trade and its impacts to his kingdom? 22. How is Osei Bonsu’s view similar or different from Affonso’s? Give examples.


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