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Slides to accompany Ch 12 of World History: Patterns of Interaction, Empires in East Asia: 600-1350

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Ch 12 Slides

  1. 1. 12.1 Tang & Song China
  2. 2. 1. Identify the main rulers of the Tang Dynasty and the extent of their rule 2. Describe the causes and effects of the Song family’s flight south 3. Summarize the achievements of the Tang & Song empires 4. Describe changes in Chinese society
  3. 3. Sui Dynasty, 589 - 618 CE 618-907, Tang Dynasty Tang Taizong Empress Wu 751, Battle of Talas
  4. 4. 960-1279, Song Dynasty tributes to Jurchen New capital in Hangzhou Gentry decrease in women’s status
  5. 5. A. Block printing B. Porcelain C. Mechanical clock D. Movable Type E. Gunpowder F. Paper money G. Magnetic compass H.Rice
  6. 6. 12.2 Mongol Conquests
  7. 7. The Mongols, a nomadic people from the steppe, conquered settled societies across much of Asia. 1. Describe the geography of the steppe and the lifestyle of the nomads 2. Explain Ghenghis Khan’s successes 3. Summarize the extent of the Mongol Empire and its divisions
  8. 8. Pax Mongolica (Mongol Peace) 13th & 14th centuries (1200s—1300s)
  9. 9. Mongol laws
  10. 10. Russian Empire 11.2
  11. 11. Rivers stretch from central Russia to Black and Caspian seas Vikings traded and raided along rivers Novgorod was the first major city, followed by Kiev Kiev converts to Eastern Orthodox Christianity under Vladimir
  12. 12. Rivers stretch from central Russia to Black and Caspian seas Vikings traded and raided along rivers Novgorod was the first major city, followed by Kiev Kiev converts to Eastern Orthodox Christianity under Vladimir
  13. 13. Rivers stretch from central Russia to Black and Caspian seas Vikings traded and raided along rivers Novgorod was the first major city, followed by Kiev Kiev converts to Eastern Orthodox Christianity under Vladimir
  14. 14. Kiev grew powerful under Yaroslav the Wise who built the power of the city through marriages and alliances, using his sons n.b. Kievan legal code When he died, the empire was divided amongst the warring sons In 1240 when the Mongols invade, Kiev cannot resist
  15. 15. Mongols demanded obedience and tribute Russian nobility crushed revolts and taxed the poor brutally to pay the tribute e.g. Alexander Nevsky
  16. 16. Moscow is founded with Ivan I as the leading citizen. Ivan II takes the title czar and organizes the Russian revolt against the Mongols in 1480
  17. 17. 1. How did Vladimir’s conversion affect the citizens, society, and government of Kiev? 2. The Mongols were fierce conquerors, and their rule cut Russia off from the rest of the world. Even so, their policies were integral to the formation of the political state we know as “Russia”. Explain.
  18. 18. 12.3 The Mongol Empires
  19. 19. Summarize Kublai Khan’s conquest Describe Mongol rule in China Explain the fall of Mongol rule
  20. 20. 12.4 Feudal Powers in Japan
  21. 21. 1. Describe Japan’s location and early history 2. Summarize China’s influence on Japan 3. Describe the highly refined life of the Heian counrt 4. Summarize the feudal period in Japan
  22. 22. Shinto and kami Yamato clan unites Japan Chinese ideas Buddhism, ideographic writing, food, tea, clothes Heian Period, 794 - 1185 Fujiwara clan
  23. 23. Samurai, “one who serves” Bushido, “the way of the warrior” Shogun, “supreme general of the emperor’s army” Emperor in Kyoto Shogun in Kamakura Daimyo, “great lord” Kamakura
  24. 24. 12.5 Kingdoms of SE Asia & Korea
  25. 25. 1. Describe the kingdoms of southeast Asia 2. Summarize early Korean history
  26. 26. Srivijaya Empire Khmer Dai Viet Empire Southeast Asian Kingdoms Korea under Koryu the Han Dynasty
  27. 27. Borobodur
  28. 28. Borobodur
  29. 29. Borobodur
  30. 30. Borobodur
  31. 31. Borobodur
  32. 32. Borobodur
  33. 33. Borobodur
  34. 34. Angkor Wat
  35. 35. Angkor Wat
  36. 36. Angkor Wat
  37. 37. Angkor Wat
  38. 38. Angkor Wat
  39. 39. Angkor Wat
  40. 40. Angkor Wat
  41. 41. Angkor Wat
  42. 42. Angkor Wat
  43. 43. Angkor Wat
  44. 44. Angkor Wat
  45. 45. Angkor Wat
  46. 46. Angkor Wat

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