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62 Cards in this Set

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metropoilitan czar
chief bishop of kievan church russian
excommunication
official act that bans from a church
millet
religious minorities grouped into communitties
dower
marriage gift given to the bride from the groom
daimyo
top ranking samurai
seppuku
ceremonial suicide
quipo
knotted string incas used to communicate
yi
the dynasty of sejong, helped develop the korean alphabet
oral tradition
poems and songs passed by word of mouth through generation
sejong
yi emporor who ruled in 1400's
lady murasaki shikbu
wrote the tale of genji the worlds first novel
mosaic
picture made with inlaid pieces of glass
icon
small religous picture
iconoclast
byzantine who thought that worshiping the icons was having them in the church
mosque
muslim place of worship
sultan
turkish ruler
bushido
code of the samurai
shogun
introduced the minomoto
matrilineal
trace ancestory through mothers
sui
ruinited china dynasty, built the gran canal
song
created vases made out of porcelain
du fu
poet - dark and serious
genkhis khan
leader of monghol empire
dowry
marriage gift from the bride to the groom
heresy
an opinion that conflicts with the church
caliph
isalmic tiutle meaning "successor to the prophet"
quaraan
muslim's sacred book
hijra
migration of muhammed and his followers to medina in 622, marks the first year in the muslim calendar
kamikaze
literary difine wind
samurai
japanese warlord
yuan
established by khubla khan ruled until 1368, established bejing as capital
tang
dynasty of gunpowder and printing
chinpana
floating artificial island formed by the aztecs
li bai
chinese poet happy go lucky
kublai khan
genghis khans grandson, established yuan dynasty
methodius and cyril
worked to bring christianity to the slavs
hagia sophia
was looked over by justinian
byzantine accomplishments
preservation of christian law, justinian code
russians accomplishments
pravda russkaia - 1st law of russian code
turks accomplishments
cong byzantine empire, brought islam into this new region
mongols accomplishments
conquered china
ivan the terrible
used secret police to kill the boyers, killed his own son
ivan III
overthrew mongolian rule, first ruler of independent russia
prophet of isalm
muhammed
bedouin
arab nomads
moors
spanish muslims
muslim expansion into europe
spain stopped at the battle or tours
mogul empire
founded by baber the tiger
muslim language
arabic
shah jahan
built taj mahal
sikh faith
hindu and muslim faith
mongol rule of china
intro european contact with china
sikh faith
hindu and muslim faith
fujiwara
family that controlled japans trade
minamoto family
introduced shogun
economy of africa
based on gold
tenochitlan
mexico city, aztec city
bantu
african language
gold in africa?
central
military dominated central americans?
aztecs
diamond sutra
first book printed
byzantines and romans law
justinian code