rise of mongol and aztecs essay

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  • The Mongols And Aztec Empires

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    Duy Pham Word Count: 1183 The Mongols and Aztec empires rose in the post- classical period, between 600 and 1450 CE. While each empire was distinct, they had economic, political, and social similarities. For example, the Mongols and Aztecs both had a militaristic society, courage in battle meant a higher status. One difference in these empires is that, while the Aztecs had a rigid social hierarchy, the Mongols had a more fluid one. The economy of the Mongols and Aztecs were also distinct from each

  • Moral Code And The Rise Of Civilizations

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    Civilizations began as a small, scattered, simple, and unremarkable groups. But they rise to be large, unified, complex, and legendary societies. The indispensable elements crucial to any civilization rise comes from the following factors; moral code, trade, and accountability in leadership. The moral code must be collective and opposed upon the entire community of all ranks. In addition, moral code must be built around tolerance and justice for the people as a whole. Trade is a gateway to money

  • Religion Shaped Inter Cultural Interaction

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    Religion shaped inter-cultural interaction throughout the world since man first practiced animism. By the thirteenth century, religion evolved into numerous faiths that conflicted with one another. Conflicts involved numerous issues such as, who is god, is the chosen god the most powerful god, how to worship god, how one religion converts people to their religion. The issues that segregate different cultures are endless when exploring religion. As differing religions gained strength, cultures formed

  • Causes And Effects Of The MongolsFacilision On Eurasia

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    1200CE-1500CE, the Mongol Empire affected Eurasia through facilitating trade, exchanging money, collecting tribute, spreading the plague, diffusing technology, eradicating bandits on trade networks, and attacking the city of Caffa along with their influence on the acceleration of the Black Death plague. Insert Contextualization paragraph about Aztecs, Incas in the Americas One major effect of Mongol expansion on Eurasia was the Mongols’ Facilitation of Trade. This effect is similar to how the Mongols collected

  • Centralized And Centralizedization Of Civilizations

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    In the era of third-wave civilizations, there were major states that had centralized governments and those without. The Aztec Empire, most were Mexica people, had a centralized government. “ The extent of empire and rapid population growth stimulated the development of markets and the production of craft goods”(582) The Mexica people began to trade in the Americas and It was important for their government to put out what was okay to trade to have relations with other states. There government produced

  • CCOT And CC Essay

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    UNIT 1 /2 – 8000 bce – 600 bce, 600 bce – 600 ce Africa Compare and contrast life in foraging societies with life in agricultural societies after the Agricultural Revolution Identify two key changes in early African history that resulted in a new period in the history of the region The Middle East Analyze the political changes in the Middle East from the Agricultural Revolution to 600 c.e. Compare and contrast the basic features of TWO of the following religious systems prior to 600 c.e. Polytheism

  • Chapter 13 Margin Review Questions

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    Name: ________________________________________________ Date: _____________ WHAP – Chapter 13 Big Picture & Margin Review Big Picture: 1. Assume for the moment that the Chinese had not ended their maritime voyages in 1433. How might the subsequent development of world history have been different? Is there value in asking this kind of “what if” or counterfactual question? Or is it an irrelevant waste of time? 2. How does this chapter distinguish among the various kinds of societies that comprised

  • Ming Dynasty and B. Warehouses. C. Essay

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    1. Commercial cities that served as meeting points between distant cultures are called: a. way stations. b. warehouses. c. entrepôts. d. shipping centers. e. nodes. 2. Cairo and Alexandria in Egypt: a. did not need to provide protection for merchants as most trade came by land rather than by sea. b. established a commercial law apart from religion so that all people could participate in trade. c. had Muslim and Jewish trading firms that worked as close partners in

  • Cultural Syncretism

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    These nation’s cultures were strong maybe even stronger than that of the Westerns, because of their deep routed history and their unity. In China in particular the nation had just taken back their country from the rule of the Mongols. The Chinese despised foreign rule and made every effort possible in an attempt to avoid the same situation in the future. The new ruler of China order that the Great Wall of China be built and created a large army as well as a navy to ward off

  • The Rise And Fall Of Empires

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    downfall. There are countless empires that have risen and fallen-the Islamic Empire, the Mongolian Empire, the Chinese Empire, the Roman Empire, the Inca Empire, the Aztec Empire, the British Empire; the list goes on and on. Each of them had a distinct advantage that enabled them to defeat their enemies. In this essay, the factors of the rise and fall of empires will be examined. The first factor is technology. Technology determines the success of a nation or empire. The one with the superior technology