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AU - HIST 1010 - World History Study Guide - Study Guide

School: Auburn University
Department: History
Course: World History I
Professor: Donna Bohanan
Term: Fall 2015
Tags: World History
Name: World History Study Guide
Description: These notes covers the material that will be on the exam next week. Good luck study hard!
Uploaded: 11/11/2017
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background image World History Exam 3 Study Guide  New Empire and Common Cultures  1. Islam  ­ Muhammad: Night of Power and Excellence, HIjra of Muhammad, Battle of the  Trench, Constitution of Medina ­ Five Pillars of Islam: one God and Muhammad is his prophet, prayer, pilgrimage,  fasting, almsgiving  ­ Islamic state succession: RGC, Umayyads, Abbasids  2. Tang State   ­ Mandate of Heaven  ­ Influences to the east ( Korea and Japan) 3. Christian West ­ Franks instill a frontier mentality into Christianity  ­ Viking interaction with the Franks and Byzantines  Becoming “The World”  4. Dhows and the compass help sea routes to eclipse land networks for long distance 
trade. Sea trade helps to produce major innovation in agriculture and the rise of 
commercial hubs 
5. Sub Saharan Africa 
­ Camels link Saharan Africa to the rest of Afro Eurasia 
­ Mande speaking peoples migrate and are adaptable. 
­ Mali­ empire of horse warriors, boost commerce, extremely wealthy
­ East African coast engages in sea trade and gold must value commodity. The 
slave trade boom across Indian Ocean and Mediterranean after Islam spread.  6. Islam  ­ Dhimma system
­ Why were polities splintered during Abbasid rule?
7. Europe  ­ Kievan Rus: modern Russia. Major empire of the time 8. China ­ Influenced Japan with their war methods 9. The Americas ­ Chimu Empire: highly commercialized, complexed agriculture, influence spread  across America

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School: Auburn University
Department: History
Course: World History I
Professor: Donna Bohanan
Term: Fall 2015
Tags: World History
Name: World History Study Guide
Description: These notes covers the material that will be on the exam next week. Good luck study hard!
Uploaded: 11/11/2017
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