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  • What three trade routes are shown in this image?
    Trans-Saharan, Western European Sea and River, and South China Sea and Lands of Southeast Asia
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  • What three trade routes are shown in this image?
    Maritime, Silk Road, and Northern European Links with the Black Sea
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  • Where do the following goods all come from? Compass, amber, gold+salt, and windmills+waterwheels?
    Compass=China Amber= Baltic Region Gold+salt= West Africa Windmills+waterwheels= Middle East
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  • Give three of the four regions that textiles were produced in.
    China, India, Middle East, and Europe
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  • What nation did Buddhism begin in and in what order did it spread to the next three nations we studied?
    Began in India, then spread to China, Korea, and Japan
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  • What region had the lateen sail, new crops such as sugar, and spices?
    The Indian Ocean region
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  • Japan is a chain of islands called an ______ and their terrain was mostly _____.
    archipelago; mountainous
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  • What religion was native to Japan and give three things it worshipped.
    Shinto - Natural features - Forces of nature - Ancestors - The emperor
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  • What three things heavily influenced Japanese culture that came from China?
    Their writing, architecture, and Buddhism
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  • What nation in Africa became a Christian nation and was located in the Ethiopian Highlands?
    Axum (Aksum)
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  • What two rivers was the nation of Zimbabwe located between, what was their capital city, and describe the city.
    Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers, Great Zimbabwe, and a large walled city that was mysteriously abandoned.
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  • What three nations grow in western Africa that relied heavily on the trade of gold and salt? Also, what major city was a trading center for the last two nations?
    Ghana, Mali, Songhai. Timbuktu
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  • What religion were most people in Africa before the spread of Islam and Christianity into the region? Also, what does this religion worship?
    Animism and nature
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  • Which of the three Mesoamerican civilizations we studied did not use pyramids? Why did they not construct pyramids like the other two?
    Incan; because they had mountains to use instead
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  • What political units were the Mayans divided into and why?
    City-states; the rainforest kept them seperated
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  • Which city was the most notable for the Mayans? What were there a lot of throughout the city?
    Chichen Itza; pyramids
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  • All of the Mesoamerican civilizations were ________ (polytheistic or monotheistic).
    Polytheistic
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  • What was the capital city of the Aztecs and what took place there on a massive scale? Why?
    Tenochtitlan; human sacrifice; to revive/nourish the sun god
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  • What did the Inca create throughout their empire to unify it and aid in travel/communication?
    A road network (including rope bridges)
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  • What city did we study in the Incan Empire and describe it.
    Machu Picchu; a city built atop a mountain
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  • Give two of the three things that all Mesoamerican civilizations utilized.
    Calendars, advanced mathematics, and writing/record-keeping systems
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