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Asia: AP World History

professional warriors and specialists in the use of force and art of fighting
temporarily restored rule in northern India and led his army thru northern India. He extended his influence to several Himalayan states and exchanged a series of embassies with his contemporary
cult of love and devotion that sought to erase distinction between Hinduism and Islam
Japan's indigenous religion, revolved around the veneration of ancestors and a host of nature spirits and deities
an aristocratic clan that held power because they controlled affairs from behind the throne through influence and manipulation
Daoist ethic of non competition
had a reputation for honesty and effectiveness, began his career as a junior military ofice serving a powerful warlord in northern China, his army of 960 proclaimed him emperor and over the next several subjected warlords to their authority and consolidated China
preserver of the world
the rules of etiquette and rituals for aristocrats
owed its origins to efforts by sultans of Delhi to extend their authority to southern India. Established by brothers Harihara and Bukka. Renounced Islam
helped people order their work and their relationships with other workers. Merchant guilds wielded political and economic influence. Guild members forged group identities by working within the system
Founded in Ethiopia, displaced Kush as Egypt's principal link to southern lands and sent the Nubian kingdom into economic and political decline. Axumites adopted Christianity. Built an empire that included most of modern day Ethiopia as well as Yemen
during spring and summer: warm, moisture winds. During autumn and winter: cool and dry winds.
classic of the Way and Virtue, the basic exposition of Daoist beliefs, ascribed to Laozi
large ships which enabled merchants to leave the coasts of Indian Ocean
devotee of Vishnu, thought reflected the influence of devotional cults. Intellectual understanding of reality was less important than personal union with the deity.
a military governor who ruled in place of the emperor
2 clans that went to war, Minamoto was victorious and claimed rule and empire
Hindu caste of peasants and serfs
southeast Asia, became prominent in trade. Built a substantial navy that patrolled the waters of southeast Asia and protected the region's sea lanes. Ruling authorities levied taxes on the value of all their cargoes
Confucianism that drew influence from Buddhism
a sense of propriety
principle of nonviolence towards living
leader of the Tours in Afghanistan who was a patron of the arts. Annexed several states in northwestern India and the Punjab . Demolished sites associated with Hindu/Buddhist faiths. Did not encourage Indians to turn to Islam
ambitious and ruthless while trying to get to the throne and he murdered 2 of his brothers. Displayed a high sense of duty and strived to provide an effective, stable govt
placed enormous demands on their subjects in the course of building a strong, centralized govt, ordered the construction of palaces and granaries, carried out extensive repairs on defensive walls, dispatched military forces to central Asia and Korea, levied high taxes
devotee of SHiva. Reminiscent of PLato, held that the physical world was a illusion and ultimate reality lay beyond the senses. Mistrusted emotional services, insisted only by discipline logic could human beings understand the ultimate reality of Brahman
trade centers/warehouses
built a powerful navy and controlled commerce in southeast ASian waters. Financed their navy and bureaucracy from taxes levied on ships. Maintained sea trade route between CHina and India
encouraged personal, emotional, devotional approach to Islam. Permitted their followers to observe rituals or venerate spirits not recognized by the Islamic faith