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HIST-UA 157 Lecture 7: Minoan Civilization

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14 Sep 2016
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The minoans did lots of sea trading. This made them a prosperous civilization: what is the significance of the palace at knossos b. i. The frescoes (wa
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: The Columbian Exchange, Atlantic Slave Trade, Triangular Trade

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14 Sep 2016
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Europe received raw goods from the colonies a. i. 1. b. Africa would receive rum, manufactured goods, and textiles from europe a. i. 1. d. The middle p
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture 10: What are the significant areas in Africa for trade

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14 Sep 2016
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What are the significant areas in africa for trade? (u8d1) Zimbabwe was important in diamond trade: where is meroe located? (u8d1) Meroe is on the nort
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Foot Binding, Silk Road, Trebuchet

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14 Sep 2016
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What does foot binding suggest about the status of women in song dynasty. In song china, foot binding was thought of as beautiful. Foot binding was a s
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Missus Dominicus, Alcuin, Social Stratification

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14 Sep 2016
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Europe has lots of coastline, giving it lots of trade opportunity. It is right near asia and africa, giving it even more trade opportunity. Lots of nat
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Darius Iii, Phalanx, Hellenistic Period

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14 Sep 2016
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Greek poetry and drama (chapter 5 section 4, greek tragedies and comedies. Tragedy: a play which told a story of human suffering, which ends in disaste
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture 5: EARLY PEOPLE OF THE AEGEAN

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14 Sep 2016
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Minoans named after minos, a legendary king of crete. Success of civilization had been based on trade. Knossos: palaces in which rulers of this huge tr
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture 6: Middle East Timeline

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14 Sep 2016
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1920-23 king faisal i abdicates the throne in syria to french forces, who occupy the land according to a league of nations mandate. 1925 reza khan (lat
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Berno Of Cluny, Pope Gregory Vii, Cluniac Reforms

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14 Sep 2016
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He attempted to reform the church by declaring that nobles could no longer interfere with monastery affairs a. i. 1. b. He filled the monastery with ex
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Srivijaya, Ming Dynasty, Qianlong Emperor

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14 Sep 2016
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Qianlong a. ii. ruled from 1736-1796, and he extended borders to their greatest size and he got crops like potatoes from the new world so he could feed
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Swahili Coast, Great Zimbabwe, Silk Road

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14 Sep 2016
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What was the economic system of the swahili coast in africa? (u8d4) They traded with india and the medeterranian. Based on oceanic trade: why was axum
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HIST-UA 157 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bantu Expansion, Tsetse Fly, Old Italic Script

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14 Sep 2016
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There were few ports, so africa didn"t benefit from trade as much as societies like greece. The desert is extremely dangerous and can be quite hostile.
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