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Transcript of World History
delta / Nile River
- We all have a civic duty to help out
- Good rulers must have proper behavior
and plans for their people
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Map - page 173
Attila the Hun
Using your Avengers Assemble chart, circle or make notes about the most important ideas we discussed for each unit.
Reason for migration?
farming innovations -
the plow & irrigation
Cyrus the Great
Differences between Athens and Sparta
Alexander the Great
the Hellenistic Age
Theaters for Drama,
Education - question everything
Law - trial by jury, rule of law
Hatshepsut - female pharaoh
Narmer - united Egypt, expanded without war
Imhotep - built first pyramid
Tutankhamun - famous tomb, young leader
The Bad Guys
The Mongols - leader Genghis Khan
- came from Mongolia
- attacked China and began huge empire
- was kind to the areas he conquered
The Huns - leader Attila the Hun
- came from north of Italy (Eastern Europe today)
- attacked Western Roman Empire
- vicious leader who destroyed cities
What did they do?
Who did they attack?
What did they accomplish?
- Led by Ashoka
- Influenced religion
(from Hinduism to Buddhism)
- Changed impact of caste
Fall of Roman Empire
- paying army
- empire too large
- split in 2 parts (easier to attack)
- moved capital out of Rome
Four Noble Truths of Buddhism
- Life consists of suffering
- Desire causes suffering
- Eliminate all desire
- Follow the Eight-fold Path
- Golden Age
- art & music
- science & math
Defense against invaders
- natural defense
- man-made defense
- arches (stronger buildings)
- aqueducts (transport water)
- columns (from Greeks)
- roads (used concrete)
- Started with Twelve Tables
- Concept of "rule of law"
- people are ruled by
law, not men
North & Central America
- Aztec, Maya
- Olmec, Zapotec, Toltec
- Gulf of Mexico based
- On Pacific Coast
- Mountain region
- Human Sacrifice
- Games played with rubber ball