B ethiopia\B ethiopia's initiation of a Christianity-based alliance with Portugal
Initial Portuguese contact with West Africa was spurred in part by (A) the Portuguese desire to halt the expansion of the Ottoman Empire
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What is the best title for this diagram? A impact of the First CivilizationsWhat is the best title for this diagram? A impact of the First Civilizations
How did geography affect the growth of civilizations in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia?
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Slaves as scapegoatsSlaves as scapegoats
Africans were outsiders who could be enslaved because they were pagans, the key issue was religion. Jews and Christians as peoples of the Book could not be enslaved
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Instructional objectivesInstructional objectives
Describe and give concrete illustrations of the effects of the Atlantic system on African, European, and American societies and their environments
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Questions of periodizationQuestions of periodization
This second era is much shorter than the previous one, but during the years between 600 and 1450 C. E. many earlier trends continued to be reinforced, while some very important new patterns emerged that shaped all subsequent times
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DR. wayne glaskerDR. wayne glasker
We will explore the contradiction of slavery in a free, democratic republic, where the rights of “all men” were denied to those defined as “not men.” Overall, we will see how black (African)
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Century B. C. E. to the 15Century B. C. E. to the 15
Because products had to travel such great distances and thus there were so many middle men, only the very wealthy could partake of the trade. That is why gold and silver were preferred exchange mediums for the trade of silk and other fine
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Neolithic RevolutionNeolithic Revolution
The earliest major turning point in the history of man is the Neolithic or Agricultural Revolution. The Neolithic began when people started to develop permanent or sedentary agriculture
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I. Plantations in the West IndiesI. Plantations in the West Indies
Spanish settlers introduced sugar-cane cultivation into the West Indies shortly after 1500 but did not do much else toward the further development of the islands. After 1600
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