World Religions Religion is one of the most diverse things in the world. There are many types of religions that people believe in and most of them believe in different things, but most of these religions had to start somewhere, right? Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism are a few examples of these religions and they all spread quite differently. Christianity is the most well known and biggest religion. Document 4 states how religion spread throughout Mexico. It says that Cortez, who was sent by Txtlilxochil, went to teach the people of Tezcoco the teachings of Christ. In Document 6 it states the economical function on how the church provided services to the Latin American. A few ways they did this was by provide health care and poor relief to the general population. They were also the provider of education, Jesuits and other Dominicans would finance the schools, seminaries, and colleges. The educational establishments and training were also free to the poor. The Friars came along to…show more content… According to The Oxford History of Islam in document 1 it states that Islam was spread to African Societies by opened trading routes and exposed isolated societies to external influences. This document also states that Merchants were the carriers of Islam rather than agents of Islamization. In Document 2 it explains ways that it improved lives of people in Spain. A couple of these ways would be the streets were solidly paved in Cordova, were as in Paris they were ankle deep in mud, and Nearly every mosque had a public school in which the Children of the poor were taught. Some political influences were explained in Document 3 when it talks about how Askia Mohammed expanded Islamic influences in the Songhai Empire by remodeling his empire along Islamic lines for as far as he could. This political spread was meant to turn into one big Muslim community, but he did not succeed in converting the entire Sudan
ordinary life. As presented in Document 1, “the peasant has abandoned his ravaged fields to avoid the violence of anarchy”, concluding that people were so afraid of the disorder that they cowered in forests and mountains, never to return to their homes (DBQ 1 - 1). Although Charlemagne tried to revive the educational style that was used in ancient Rome, education was not participated in as much and became one of many people’s last priorities (Class Notes). In order to keep a stable government, laws and…
DBQ: (Form A)
1. Analyze the international and domestic challenges the United States faced between 1968 and 1974, and evaluate how President Richard Nixon’s administration responded to them.
1. Explain the ways that participation in political campaigns and elections in the United States changed between 1815 and 1840, and analyze forces and events that led to these changes.
DBQ: (Form A)
1. In what ways did ideas and values held by Puritans influence the political…
Motives for Imperialism DBQ. Use this document with its essay instructions and the DBQ Checklist to complete this DBQ essay. Please consult the rubric throughout the process.
Using the documents, analyze the motives for imperialism. What additional kind of documents would you need to analyze this topic?
There were many different motives for imperialism around the world. Almost every great super power in the 19th and 20th centuries had colonies around the world. The motives for imperialism…
AP World History DBQ Essay
Analysis of the documents indicates that communication, goods and ideas exchanged on the Silk Road and Indian Ocean trade routes spread cultures and religions quickly. Of the many things that were traded on the Silk Road, goods and religion were the most notable. The quantity of the goods traded on the Indian Ocean was not as much as on the Silk Road or Mediterranean Sea, but that was mainly from the huge distance difference. The idea and invention…
AP World History
There are three important writing assignment categories in AP World History. All of the categories are tested on the AP World History exam. This guide is meant to help you understand what is expected for each category and how to write for each type of assignment.
Before you understand how to write the required essays, you should know how to write an appropriate thesis for AP World History. While the thesis writing you learned may be appropriate in other…
concepts outlined in the AP U.S. History curriculum framework.
Key Themes: The course is structured both chronologically and thematically. The themes include: Identity, Work, Exchange and Technology, Peopling, Politics and Power, America in the World, Environment and Geography, and Ideas, Beliefs, and Culture. Elements of these themes are included in most unit assignments.
In each unit, students will get practice developing the following content-driven skills: Crafting…
the modern city of Istanbul, until 1453 when it was conquered by the Ottoman Turks. Only then did the city cease to be the cultural and economic center of Byzantine rule in the East. During the centuries of Roman rule, the entire civilized European world was united under one rule. (The Romans called everyone who was not Roman a barbarian.) When Rome fell, that union also vanished: For centuries there was no unity and there were no nations as we know them today. As the many nomadic Germanic tribes from…