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1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
1) What year did the city of Constantinople fall to the Ottomans?
-1453
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
2) Who were the Janissaries?
- Janissaries Ottoman infantry divisions that dominated Ottoman armies; forcibly conscripted as boys in conquered areas of Balkans, legally slaves; translated military service into political influence, particularly after 15th century.
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
3) What name was given to the head of the Byzantine bureaucracy?
-vizier
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
4) What region was the base for the Ottomans?
-Anatolia (turkey)
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
5) What European nation first threatened the Ottoman trade monopoly with East Africa?
-Portugal
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
6) What variant of Islam did the Safavid Empire follow?
-Sufi
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) Who was the founder of the Mughal Empire?
-Babur
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
8) What were the goals of Aurangzeb?
-To extend Mughal control over the whole of the Indian subcontinent
-to purify Indian Islam and rid it of the Hind influences that he believed were corrupting it
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
3) Which African kingdom most successfully converted to Christianity under the Portuguese?
-Kongo
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
4) What were the 4 patterns of contact between Europeans and Africa?
-the system of fortified trading stations, the combination of force and diplomacy, dominated commerce, and were willing to trade with anyone
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
5) In what year did the first Africans arrive in Portugal?
-1441
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
1) What did Africa contribute to the Colombian Exchange?
-slaves
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
2) What European nation first established direct contact with black Africa?
-Portugal
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane
6) How did the Portuguese acquire most of the slaves?
-Through local African rulers
7) What crop increased the Portuguese need for slaves?
-Sugar cane