Trade
Islam
Europe
Mongols
Asia

100

This land route connects Asia to Europe.

The Silk Road

100

Though different in a number of ways, Islam shares much of its religious doctrine with these two major religions.

Christianity and Judaism

100

This English document established that

kings were also subject to the law.

Magna Carta

100

This Chinese Empire was renowned

for its technological, cultural and artistic achievement,

but it was conquered by the Mongols.

Song

100

What food from Vietnam allowed the Chinese population to grow rapidly?

Champa Rice

200

Mansa Musa, famous for his opulently

 gold-funded pilgrimage to Mecca,

was the king of this African kingdom.

Mali

200

Whereas the later Abbasid Caliphate included Muslims of all nationalities in positions of power, this earlier caliphate was dominated by Arabs.

The Umayyad

Caliphate

200

By killing around a third of Europe’s population

in the 1300s, the Black Death had this long-lasting

effect on European society and economics.

Increased demand for labor /

an increase in interest in mechanical power

200

Following the Mongol conquest of Russia,

many people began moving away from Kiev

and toward this newly powerful city.

Moscow

200

Early Ming emperors hated their Mongol \

predecessors; this was their response

to the fact that Mongols controlled Central Asia.

They cut off trade with and

immigration from other areas

300

This is the name of the network of northern

European cities who banded together in a

mutually beneficial trade agreement.

The Hanseatic

League

300

The split between Sunni and Shi’ite Muslims occurred as a result of

Disagreement over leadership succession issues.

300

This is the name given to the

military campaigns that drove

the Muslims out of Spain and Portugal.

The Reconquista

300

This was one of the biggest side-effects of the Mongol facilitation of trade across Asia.

The spread of diseases (especially the Black Death)

300

Unsuccessful Mongol invasions of Japan had this important side-effect on Japanese politics.

Japan was unified under a

more centralized government

to face the Mongol threat

400

This language spread throughout sub-Saharan Africa and is the foundation of many modern African languages.

Bantu

400

As one of their first conquests,

Arab Muslims overthrew and destroyed

this Middle-Eastern empire.

Sassanid Persia

400

In 1453 this important city was conquered,

 upsetting the balance of power within

 the Christian Church, and demonstrating

the effectiveness of gunpowder artillery.

Constantinople

400

This powerful figure rose to prominence in

Central Asia in the late 1300s, conquering

the successor states to the Il-khanate

as well as the Delhi Sultanate.

Timur

400

In Korea the Koryo kings, who had

become allies with the Mongols, were

overthrown by this dynasty, who

established a new capital at Seoul.

Yi Dynasty 

500

Participation in the Indian Ocean

 maritime trade network, which stretched

 from China to the eastern coast of Africa,

required mastery of this phenomenon.

Monsoon Winds

500

These religious texts are collections of Muhammad’s words and deeds; scholars often studied them to determine their authenticity.

Hadith

500

Feudalism and manoralism were different in which of the following ways?

Feudalism was a political system while manorialism was an economic system.

500

The Mongols

a)Failed in their campaign against Southwest Asian territories

b)Brought foreign administrators into China

c)Expanded their rule into Japan in the thirteenth century

d)Persecuted Christians within their empire.

e)Encouraged intermarriage between themselves and the Chinese

B

500

This was why Chinese interest in large naval

 expeditions such as Zheng He’s

were not continued by the Ming emperors.

Resources were used to defend against

nomads in the north and west instead.