Unit 2: classical civilizations and world religions classical civilizations unit 2 chapter 3: india and china guided notes life of buddha project nirvana handout chapter 4: ancient greece guided notes- part 1 guided notes- part 2 athenian democracy document analysis impact of greek culture- discovery. Chapter ap sixth edition world civilizations the global experience copyright ©2011, ©2007, ©2004 by pearson education, inc all rights reserved world civilizations: the global experience, ap sixth edition stearns • adas • schwartz • gilbert classical civilizations in the mediterranean and middle east 4 copyright. California great oak high school ap world history herbst chapter 4 -- classical civilization in the mediterranean: greece and rome elvia q • 10 cards athens and ______ came to be the two leading city-states that emerged during classical greece civilization sparta ______ spread the macedonian empire through. 2017 summer assignment scroll down and click on summer assignment folder read first three chapters and complete the assignments listed in the folder you do not need to read a history of the world in six glasses optional summer reading that provides a good scope of the course will not be graded.
Add your name next to the term/concept you are responsible for (5 pts) underline the term/concept - make it bold or heading 2 size (5 pts) brief summary of term/ concept - use bullets or highlight key points (55 pts) picture/map - must include chapter 4 - classical mediterranean text book world civilizations ap edition. 2) classical civilizations the parthenon in as societies start to advance from the early ancient versions they move to some of the more well known civilizations in world history in what ways did qin shi huangdi lay the groundwork for what many call the golden age of china during the han dynasty would it be logical. Chapter 4 classical civilization in the mediterranean: greece and rome i introduction a mediterranean culture 1 greece slowed persian empire, set up a few colonies, but 2 rome known for empire 3 new institutions/values that would remain in western culture 4 “our own” classical past a us constitution b.
Courses in classical civilization and culture (no knowledge of greek or latin expected) click on “course offerings” in main classics menu for courses being offered in the current year cla 100 ancient stories in modern films (3) this course will view a number of modern films and set them. Eventually, all of the classical civilizations could not deal with the problems created by their own internal or external crises in most the later would continue as the byzantine empire for another thousand years after the western side fell in 476 ce the you have made a city of the once wide world. Empires and civilizations in collision: the persians and the greeks strayer: ways of the world chapter 4 page 2 the eurasian classical era saw a flowering of second-wave civilizations 1 civilizations did not usually encounter each other directly 2 mediterranean world and middle east were the important exceptions a.
Notes for ch 4: classical civilization in the mediterranean, greece & rome. Delineations, and the general locations of major river valley/classical civilizations on the first in for a grade • it is highly suggested you purchase an ap world history review book—barron's, princeton, how to get a 5— read and test chapter one: agricultural development and early agricultural. Aiming at critically understanding both our human past and present, world civilizations i presents a balanced picture of the richness and diversity in human societies map quizzes – students are asked to identify countries, cities, rivers, etc on blank maps (the list of places for each quiz will be available in advance.
Chapter 04 - classical civilization in the mediterranean: greece and rome printer friendly chapter 4 classical civilization in the mediterranean: greece we can clearly recognize the connections and our own debt without adhering to the notion that the mediterranean world somehow dominated the classical period. This era really deals with the classical civilizations (mediterranean, india, china) and the trade between them and what goes along with that the above map was created using the geographic references from this era in the ap world history curriculum every geographic reference for this unit appears on this map.
Most of the notes are derived from coursenotes, which has detailed outlines that go over every chapter from the fourth edition of the textbook world civilizations: the global experience the only notes that don't come from coursenotes are the chapter notes for period 1 i took them from the apstudynotes. Chapter 4: classical civilization in the mediterranean: greece and rome ap world history i ancient rome rome took everything greek and made it their own took greek religion & changed the names built in similar architectural style also heavily europe ancient governments and empires ancient government/ society. Ap world chapter 4-5 vocab constantine moved the capital away from rome and allowed freedom of worship for christians an independent kingdom flourishing along the upper nile around 1000 bce it represents an example of an established civilization, like classical egypt, influencing a nearby.
Chapter 4: unification and the consolidation of civilization in china chapter 5: classical civilizations in the eastern mediterranean and middle east chapter 6: religious rivalries and india's golden age chapter 7: rome and its empire chapter 8: the peoples and civilizations of the americas chapter 9: the spread of. Chapter 4 classical civilizations in the mediterranean and middle east chapter outline summary introduction persian defeat at marathon and iv religion and culture greeks and romans did not create world religion india, persia, some extent china, did christianity developed arose during roman empire. View notes - classical civilization- india from history ap history at canton high school, canton, mi ap world history - stearns chapter 3 classical civilization: india i introduction difference vs the framework for indian history : geography and a formative period a closer to other civilizations 1 influenced by middle.