The war lasted from 1095 bc to 1204 bc. Two religions fight for land, money and power. This leaves two questions to people. Why did these religions hate each other so much? They hated each other so much because of their difference of religion and gods.
From 1450 to 1750, global networks began to expand. Though not every part of the world was involved in these expanding global networks, countries like China were. This was the time period of the Ming and the Qing Dynasties. There were changes and continuities with China’s participation in the global networks around this time period. During the time period between 1450 and 1750, China limited outside influence and their participation in the Silk Road Trading remained constant in global network trading, while there were significant changes in China’s participation in global networks such as Chinese converts to the Christian religion and China’s demand for an alternative medium of exchange.
We invented a variety of products such as railroads, typewriters, the telephone, and the phonograph. By 1890, there was over 200,000 new invention patents like the light bulb. Railroads allowed people in America to reach their loved ones in a quicker amount of time compared
Throughout humanity, humans have been isolated to social classes and divided due to wealth, and status. Europe during 1450 to 1700 was issuing a major problem because poverty was common throughout Europe. This was a major problem as poverty was one of the factors of the high death rates because of starvation. As a result, many different European countries including the Spanish, France, Great Britain, and Netherlands, spoke up to the occasion in different attitudes and responses. Many individuals whether they are rulers, doctors, artists, council members had a different view to the poor as some will have a negative connotation portraying the unfortunate as idleness, while others will show sympathy and positivity in their ideas.
Thomas Edison’s invention of the light bulb boosted the production of materials in factories and Alexander Graham Belt’s invention of the telephone expanded communication. Railroads also promoted
1. S: - began colonies through uncharted companies and colonized to spread Christianity - used religion and economic terms to justify their takeover - traded with local natives D: - Spanish and Dutch emphasized conquest - Spanish and French used religion to colonize natives - French held a fur trading post with natives The Dutch: - became commercial/financial hub for a fur trading enterprise New World: - English and Spanish created settlers colonies 2 . Was united to create peace between the tribes and by following The Great Law of Peace, they ended the wars (909 CE).
Mihir Waykar P7 Ap World History Mrs.Fleming 01 08 2016 Research Essay Question: Compare the emergence of the Ottomans as a world power between 1450 and 1650 with that of the Spanish during the same period. In your opinion who did a better job of earning the support of their subject peoples? Why?
Discussion Forum Unit 3 After the Ottoman Empire blocks the spice trade route when they took Constantinople in 1453, force to the European powers to search for new route to reach India and Easter Asia. Through this intent to fine new routes Christopher Columbus arrived in the new world 1492, establishing in the Hispaniola Island today Santo Domingo city, Dominican Republic, from (UNESCO, 1990) “were departure for the spread of European culture and the conquest of the continent. From its port conquerors such as Ponce de Leon, Juan de Esquivel, Herman Cortes, Vasco Núñez de Balboa, Alonso de Ojeda and many others departed in search of new lands.”
One such invention is the rear view mirror, back in the 1920’s they would have a person riding shotgun which added weight and slow the car, so to reduce the weight they installed a mirror to show behind them without needing a person to tell them about a car coming. Another invention they made was the supercharger to give the engine that extra boost to get away, although they are banned now from the sport they are still in wide use for
There are many similarities and differences incorporated in West Africa’s and Southeast Asia’s patterns of interaction with Eurasian trade routes. In comparison, both used the silk road as a method of trade and commercial interaction, which let to both continents being able to assimilate the factors of gaining new resources and customs; second they both took advantage of the use of water for travel and this led through many Eurasian routes in order for them to culturally diffuse. However, Southeast Asian’s from the interaction of the Eurasian routes, was mainly or religious purposes; meanwhile Africa used the routes for profit through slave trade.
In the 16th century, European continue to arrive in Africa. Castle was built along the coast of West Africa by seven European nations. The Europeans discovered the wealth in Africa such as plantation and mining. To achieve their goals and to maximize their profits, the Europeans used slave labor. They were unable to use slave labor in Europe so therefore they turned to Africa. During the slave trade it was inhumane and violence, million of African people and children were taken away from their home to work in the new world. The slave trade took away many productive workers from Africa which they are skilled in farming and other establishment.
Lastly, the European conquest affected the indigenous population negatively because their establishments were destroyed. When Moteuczuma was killed the most powerful empire came to an end. The images from the Lienzo of Tlaxcala clearly display how the indigenous population renounced their own spiritual beliefs to embrace the religious beliefs of the Europeans. (Mesoamerican Voices, p.45) Although image 3.3a shows Malinche gracefully being baptized, the reality of the indigenous population is that they loss many people and suffered many injustices. Another image that depicts an important historical event that occurred after the Mexica Empire was defeated is Image 3.1b. (Mesoamerican Voices, p.35) Through the conquest period Europeans began
Hasanzade Ismayil Ancient and Medieval History 09.11.15 To what extent, in what ways, did societies of Middle East change in the early Islamic period (622-750)? Before emerging of Islamic religion Arabs had lived the Arabian Peninsula which covered parts of Byzantine Empire such as Syria, EGHPT, and Sassanid Empire from the west, some parts of African continent, Persian Gulf, and Indian Ocean. They were stateless communities that majority of Arabs resided as tribes such as “Qurayish of Macca” and “Banu Hanifa of Yamama” in eastern Arabia. These tribes traded each other but there were not any kind of governmental or leadership skills in tribes to constitute themselves as one nation.