AP World History Chapter 8 Notecards
significance – It had many cultural and political achievements, such as the economic revolution.
significance – It is when China regained its unity.
significance – It was “the best ordered state in the world.”
significance – It was “beyond dispute the finest and noblest [city] in the world.”
significance – It made China “by far the richest, most skilled, and most populas country on Earth.”
significance – It was associated with images of female beauty and eroticism.
significance – It was a system that attempted to regulate their relationships with northern nomads.
significance – It was a nomadic group who “picked up the pieces” after the collapse of the Tang dynasty.
significance – It provided a basis for an independent national literature and a vehicle for the writing of most educated women.
significance – She wrote about political posturing and the love affairs of aristocratic men and women.
significance – It persuaded a Chinese emperor to negotiate an arrangement that recognized the nomadic state as a political equal.
significance – It allied with China to bring political unity to the peninsula for the first time.
significance – It helped Korea move toward greater cultural independence.
significance – He launched a series of large-scale missions to China.
significance – It was a distinct set of values for samurais.
significance – It was useful to helping nomadic rulers govern northern China because it was foreign.
significance – He was responsible for the monasteries constructed at the base of China’s five sacred mountains.