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Civilizations
Sources of change
Human vs. Nature
Islam
Mohammad
Five Pillars of Islam
Makkah (Mecca)
Medina
Hijra
Abu Bakr
  Umayyad Dynasty
Charles Martel
Dome of Rock
Shi’ite (Shia)
Sunni
Abbasid Dynasty
Baghdad
Mongols
Middle Ages
Byzantine Empire
Orthodox Christianity
Justinian
Justinian Code
Hagia Sophia
The Pope
St. Cyril
Vladimir of Kiev
The Franks: A German Tribe
King Clovis
Battle of Tours
Carolingian Dynasty
 
Pepin
Charlemagne
Otto the Great
Treaty of Verdun
Vikings from Scandinavia
Magyars from Hungary
Fuedalism
Vassles
Manors
Fiefs
Three field system
Code of Chivalry
Primogeniture
Serfs
Burghers
Hanseatic League
Crusades
Heresies
Scholasticism
Pope Innocent III
Thomas Aquinas
Inquisition
William the Conqueror =
Magna Carta 1215- Signed by King John of England to reinstate the feudal right of nobles, but also extended the rule of la...
MISSING ???
King Hugh Capet 987- King Hugh ruled only a small area around Paris, but for the next couple of hundred years, subsequent ...
Joan of Arc Claimed to the French authorities that she was divinely inspired to lead men into battle, and gained military ...
Hundred Year’s War
The Bourbons Series of French monarchs that unified France, which became a major power in Europe.
Queen Isabella The marriage of Queen Isabella of Castille to King Ferdinand of Aragon in 1469 united Spain under one crown...
King Ferdinand Married Isabella of Castille in 1469 to unite Spain.
Spanish Inquistion
Czar Russian Kings/Emperors that began with Ivan III in the late 1400s when he expanded Muscovy territory (the area surrou...
Tatars Tatars were a group of Mongols from the East, whom Russia succumbed to in 1242.  This group of Mongols was headed b...
Ivan the Terrible Mid-1500s  Russian ruler from the House of Rurik that centralized power over the entire Russian sphere b...
China and Nearby Regions
Emperor Xuanzong
T’ang
Song Dynasty
Wu Zhao
Foot-binding  Those are the toes…ouch
Prince Shotoku
Taika Reforms
Feudal Japan Feudal Castle in Japan
Shogun
Daimyo
Code of Bushido
Timur Lang or Tamerlane
Rise and Fall of the Mongols
Genghis Khan
Golden Horde
Kublai Khan
How the Mongols Did It: No Rest Until Conquest  Big weapons Lots of people Big dudes Inject horses with steroids
The Mongol Impact
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  1. 2. Civilizations
  2. 3. Sources of change
  3. 4. Human vs. Nature
  4. 5. Islam
  5. 6. Mohammad
  6. 7. Five Pillars of Islam
  7. 8. Makkah (Mecca)
  8. 9. Medina
  9. 10. Hijra
  10. 11. Abu Bakr
  11. 12. Umayyad Dynasty
  12. 13. Charles Martel
  13. 14. Dome of Rock
  14. 15. Shi’ite (Shia)
  15. 16. Sunni
  16. 17. Abbasid Dynasty
  17. 18. Baghdad
  18. 19. Mongols
  19. 20. Middle Ages
  20. 21. Byzantine Empire
  21. 22. Orthodox Christianity
  22. 23. Justinian
  23. 24. Justinian Code
  24. 25. Hagia Sophia
  25. 26. The Pope
  26. 27. St. Cyril
  27. 28. Vladimir of Kiev
  28. 29. The Franks: A German Tribe
  29. 30. King Clovis
  30. 31. Battle of Tours
  31. 32. Carolingian Dynasty
  32. 34. Pepin
  33. 35. Charlemagne
  34. 36. Otto the Great
  35. 37. Treaty of Verdun
  36. 38. Vikings from Scandinavia
  37. 39. Magyars from Hungary
  38. 40. Fuedalism
  39. 41. Vassles
  40. 42. Manors
  41. 43. Fiefs
  42. 44. Three field system
  43. 45. Code of Chivalry
  44. 46. Primogeniture
  45. 47. Serfs
  46. 48. Burghers
  47. 49. Hanseatic League
  48. 50. Crusades
  49. 51. Heresies
  50. 52. Scholasticism
  51. 53. Pope Innocent III
  52. 54. Thomas Aquinas
  53. 55. Inquisition
  54. 56. William the Conqueror =
  55. 57. Magna Carta 1215- Signed by King John of England to reinstate the feudal right of nobles, but also extended the rule of law to the growing burgher class.
  56. 58. MISSING ???
  57. 59. King Hugh Capet 987- King Hugh ruled only a small area around Paris, but for the next couple of hundred years, subsequent French kings expanded this territory.
  58. 60. Joan of Arc Claimed to the French authorities that she was divinely inspired to lead men into battle, and gained military backing. She forced the Brits to retreat from Orleans, but was later captured by the French, tried by Brits, and burned at stake by French.
  59. 61. Hundred Year’s War
  60. 62. The Bourbons Series of French monarchs that unified France, which became a major power in Europe.
  61. 63. Queen Isabella The marriage of Queen Isabella of Castille to King Ferdinand of Aragon in 1469 united Spain under one crown. This pair of rulers united strongly with the Catholic Church, and began the Spanish Inquisition. They also heightened Spanish nationalism, and gained much wealth and glory. This successful period in Spanish history resulted in the spread of the Spanish language, customs, and Christianity to the New World.
  62. 64. King Ferdinand Married Isabella of Castille in 1469 to unite Spain.
  63. 65. Spanish Inquistion
  64. 66. Czar Russian Kings/Emperors that began with Ivan III in the late 1400s when he expanded Muscovy territory (the area surrounding Moscow).
  65. 67. Tatars Tatars were a group of Mongols from the East, whom Russia succumbed to in 1242. This group of Mongols was headed by Genghis Khan. The Tatars ruled a large piece of Russia for two centuries, which led to a cultural rift that further split eastern from western Europe.
  66. 68. Ivan the Terrible Mid-1500s Russian ruler from the House of Rurik that centralized power over the entire Russian sphere by horrible rule (hence the name) and using a secret police on his nobles. By this time, Russian nationalism was well under way.
  67. 69. China and Nearby Regions
  68. 70. Emperor Xuanzong
  69. 71. T’ang
  70. 72. Song Dynasty
  71. 73. Wu Zhao
  72. 74. Foot-binding Those are the toes…ouch
  73. 75. Prince Shotoku
  74. 76. Taika Reforms
  75. 77. Feudal Japan Feudal Castle in Japan
  76. 78. Shogun
  77. 79. Daimyo
  78. 80. Code of Bushido
  79. 81. Timur Lang or Tamerlane
  80. 82. Rise and Fall of the Mongols
  81. 83. Genghis Khan
  82. 84. Golden Horde
  83. 85. Kublai Khan
  84. 86. How the Mongols Did It: No Rest Until Conquest Big weapons Lots of people Big dudes Inject horses with steroids
  85. 87. The Mongol Impact
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