Chapter 7 Vocabulary- India, China, and Japan
cruel Mongolian leader who destroyed Delhi
Indian ruler who promoted Buddhism
made Buddhism the favored religion of Japan
conquered China; established the Yuan dynasty
conquered Russia; ruler of the Golden Horde
greatest Mughal ruler; Babur's grandson
established the Mauryan Empire
The kingdom of kush fell to the kingdom of
What is the term for the marriage of a man to more than one woman
India's empire that was the most prosperous in all aspects was the
Who was the Syrian Christian known as the Apostle to the Abyssinians
Which language dominated the East African city-states
Most African people rejected tribal religions and converted to Islam
What Japanese word means "great general"?
As African trade transitioned from caravans to ships at port, which new trade opened
What was the capital city of Mali
The Taika Reform changed Japan from
a clan government to a centralized government headed by the emperor
a centralizedf government headed by the emperor to a clan government
a combined clan government to a limited emperorship
clan rule to a federal government
What are the rigid social divisions of India called?
The greatest Mongol conqueror and founder of the Mongul dominance was
Hindus believe all religions to be equally true and equally false
Which civilization invented movable type?
The goal of a learned Chinese man was a career in
The belief that a man's soul passes through many states
The forest kingdom of Benin was best known for its
The great god of Hinduism is
The Japanese kept detailed historical accounts of their early history
Sanskrit was the language of ancient
The growth of which city weakened the Golden Horde in Russia
What is the dominant religion in India?
Which Chinese teacher taught the importance of maintaining harmony and order in society by developing proper relationships?
After the fall of Constantinople in 1453, Moscow became known as the Third Rome
Japanese warriors are called