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PERSIAN Chart on Asia, Americas, and India

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Transcript of PERSIAN Chart on Asia, Americas, and India


CCOT PERSIAN charts (:

The Americas
Political
Religion
Near Geography
Social
Artistic
Intellectual
The Toltec
The First Post Classical civilization in the America was the Toltec
capital was Tula founded in 968
the toltecs were a group of nomadic
people from central Mexico
ruled over central Mexico
Economic
mined Obsidian in northern Mexico
traded with turquoise
sedentary culture
former nomads
Chichen Itza
cult of sacrifice and war
sacrificial art
central Mexico
agriculturaly rich
lands
The Aztecs
After Tula was sacked by
nomadic invaders the Aztecs
rose to power

Near Geography
Religion
Economic
Political
Social
Intellectual
Artistic
capitol Tenochtitlan, on
Lake Texcaco
Triple alliance of cities
Ruler of Tenochtitlan was
Supreme Ruler
Chinampas-floating farms
on Lake Texcaco
captured states provided
tribute
state controlled trade
gods of occupations,
cities, and ethnic groups
3 cults- agriculture, creater, and warfare
sacrifice expanded
due to militarilization
led by 7 clans
nobles controlled military and priest leadership
military was based on suscess in capturing slaves
the clans were
known as calpulli
religious questions
Life after death?
Do the gods really exist?
believed the world
would be destryed
multiple times
complex mythology
images of flowers,
birds, and songs
drawings of human hearts and blood
poetry
central Mexico
capital located on an
island in Lake Texcoco
Intellectual
Artistic
Near Geography
Political
Religion
Economic
Social
state bureaucracy
local rulers remained in power
in exchange for loyalty
ruled by an emperor
Incas
While the Aztecs were developing
so was another civilization
terraces used for farming
in the mountains
extracted labor power
women wove high
quality cloth
men were peasants
and herders
deseased rulers were mumified
sun was the highes diety
natural animism
ritual sacrifices
conquered people
served in the
army
sons of captured chieftens were educated
for insurance
knotted strings to count currency
complex irrigation
systems
able to mobilize large amounts of labor
pottery and cloth
excellent metalworkers
divided thei civilization by numerical order
Andean Highlands
capital of Chan-Chan
Changes
Continuity
each became
more complex
the later empires
extracted
tribute from
conquered states
evolved from nomads
to sedentary farmers
expanded on the cult
of sacrifice
captured people were sacrificed or enslaved
art was based
on sacrifice and
war
based near lakes and
rivers for agriculture
Political
Economic
Religious
Social
Intellectual
Artistic
Near Geography
China reestablished
a centralized empire
during the Sui Dynasty
Japan had the Shogunate
system in which lifem revolved
around honoring the emperor.
China relied heavily on Armies and
mercenaries.
Patriarchal
Extensive traders
Agriculturalists
China
Women had less rights
Japan
Korea
Chinese Buddhism
Revived Confucianism
(Not a religion, but a belief)
Officials needed to be
well educated
Exams to be in the beuracracy
Well designed art
Focused on detail, and
they built statues of
their emperors.
Japan
Political
Economic
Religious
Social
Intellectual
Artistic
Near Geography
China
Korea
Patriarchal
Kind of like feudalism, with
Samurais being as knights.
All loyal to the emperor.
Agricultural, tried to be as self
sufficient as possible.
Traded with Europe, had pearls and silk
and other goods.
Daoism
Believed that the ruler
was to rule forever no
matter what.
Most art was devoted
to the church.
India
Political
Economic
Social
Intellectual
Artistic
Near Geography
Religion
merchant and
artisan guilds
production and
trade were main
strengths
caste system

Brahmins
Untouchables
Sudras
Vystrias
Hindu
Buddhist
Penisula
Himalaya Mts
Arabian Sea
Bay of Bengal
Gangetic Plain
rivaled Tang China
lack of single
centralized
imperial authority
politics were influenced
by the Byzantians
women were not
educated
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metalworking
stoneworking
textile manifacturers
late postclassical
Changes
Continuity
Men were
the educators
new religions
were formed
political power
was increased
advancements in
math and science
Trade routes
Hindu religion supported caste system
Change
Continuity
Religion to Chinese
Budhism
Needed Exams for
Government
Feudalism (Japan)
United China
Still traded
using silk road
Had a emperor
with divine right
(Japan)
China can replace
leader even with
Mandate of Heaven
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