History exam 3
History exam 3 Hist 1111
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History Exam 3 Hinduism 0 Originated before record time 0 Polytheistic 0 Combination of various beliefs and practices 0 Caste system determined one s place in the world 0 Ideas of dharma and karma shaped responsibilities and responses Buddhism 0 Began with the enlightenment of the Buddha 0 Purpose was to kind an antidote to pain and suffering 0 Began in India but took hold elsewhere 0 Mahayana appealed to a greater number of people because it said that anyone could achieve enlightenment Black Death in Medieval Europe 0 4 horsemen of the apocalypse 0 Central role of the catholic church in life and death 0 Devastation allowed room for new ideas and practices to emerge Discovery Columbian Exchange and the Atlantic World 0 discovery of the new world was an accident meant to establish new trade routes to Asia 0 Europeans tried to understand it in content of ancient ideas of the world particularly regarding geography humanity and history 0 Food and diseases spread on the Columbian Exchange having long term effects Jewish Diaspora 0 East Africa traded along sea routes 0 West Africa traded along land routes 0 Great Zimbabwe traded slaves cattle language spices etc 0 Empires along the Niger River Mali and Ghana Empire got their wealth through trade more than agriculture 0 Mansa Musa emperor of Mali brought a lot of gold with him and gave it as gifts this caused the value of gold to decrease because more people would have it 0 Yucatan trade routes Mayan and Azteca north gt Operated without interference gt La Gran Tenochtitlan was the market place gt 5 days of the week gt Market under tight government control gt Isolated and not use to diseases 0 Trade route through the Andes south 0 Slaves cam as prisoners of war 0 Practice of slavery came back through crusades 0 Holy Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire gt Con ict between the Christians and Muslims in the Mediterranean gt Slaves rowed galley gt Women slaves were of more value than the men gt Ottoman seraglia housed the herams The world in 1500 0 Ming Dynasty First Chinese dynasty after the Mongol Dynasty and Black Death Old traditions centralization civil service exams New practices Great Wall naval expeditions of Zheng He Zheng He was the Chinese Columbus Confucian ideas voyages were expensive and the Mongols were regrouping and becoming stronger 0 In Africa today the political ruler controlled the area directly but was still subject to Christian law Unlike before where the political ruler was he religious ruler 0 Europe gt Printing press led to developments in religion and science that split earlier VVVVV uniformity gt These developments led to welfare but also innovated gt Combination of this innovation and Columbian Exchange led to increasing wealth and power