In era c. 1450-c.1750, the Americas and Oceania (Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific Islands) joined Eurasia in networks and exchange. The encounters between the people from Europe and the Americas had profound social, political, economic, demographic, and environmental effects on both sides of the Atlantic, and quickly, the world.
expanded from 1450-1750. Increased use of gunpowder, cannons, and armed trade established large empires (for the Manchu/Qing in Central & East Asia; the Mughals in South & Central Asia; the Ottomans in Southern Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa; and the Safavids in the Middle East). Learning Objective 3.2.B Rulers used a variety of
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The unifying foundation of South Asia is Indian culture; of East Asia, Chinese culture; of the Middle East, Islamic culture. Geography. South Asia is a relatively flat region bordered by steep mountain ranges. South Asia can be divided into a main portion (Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh), an island , and two countries perched in the Himalayas ...
Regional & Transregional 600 C.E. to 1450 C.E. YELLOW: Interactions Deserts & Plains
Chapter 15 Global Connections and the Remaking of Europe, 1450–1750. Chapter 16 New Challenges for Africa and the Islamic World, 1450–1750. Chapter 17 Americans, Europeans, Africans, and New Societies in the Americas, 1450–1750. Chapter 18 South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asia: Triumphs and Challenges, 1450–1750.
Empires and states in Afro-Eurasia and the Americas demonstrated continuity, innovation, and diversity in the 13th century. This included the Song Dynasty of China Unit 1: Learning Objective B. Explain the effects of Chinese cultural traditions on East Asia over time. HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENTS.
Decolonization, East Asia and Pacific. In China the creation of foreign colonies and semicolonial territories dated from 1557, when Portugal established a settlement at Macau (Aomen) in the Pearl River estuary on the South China Sea.