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ch. 18 south and southeast asia

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ch. 18 south and southeast asia

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all South/Southeast Asian territories faced _______

European influence, diversity, and conflict

who did Mughal India take over?

took over the Delhi Sultanate

who founded Mughal India?

Babur (Mongol warlord)

religion of the Mughal Empire?

Muslim

characteristics of the Mughal Empire

gunpowder empire, religious tolerance, cotton trade, architecture, limited women's rights

Akbar the Great

military expansion, tax/law codes, religious tolerance

decline of the Mughals

Aurangzeb revoked religious tolerance, adversely affected the economy

Sikhs

became violent when Aurangzeb murdered their leader

European colonization in India

later, British East India Company, Dutch East India Company, and French trading centers were established

Southeast Asia

smaller and less technologically advanced-easier to take over by Europeans

James Cook

British explorer who went to Australia and New Zealand

New Zealand natives

Maori

Australian natives

Aborigines

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