3. The Mughal Empire in India
Babur -When he was 11 years old, he inherited a kingdom and built an army. -He founded the Mughal Empire Humayun -Son of Babur who lost most of the territory that Babur had gained AKBAR -Babur´s grandson - Took thw throne when he was 13 years old - Akbar = great - Ruled from 1556-1605 - He was very good on militar things, a genious in cultural blending, and he devoted himself to architecture, too. Jahangir -Akbar´s son - Jahangir = "Grasper of the World" - His wife, Nur Jahan, was the one who ruled. Shah Jahan -Assasinated all his rivals to the throne - He loved buildings and his wife, Mumtaz Mahal - He ordered to build the Taj Mahal - His country suffered Aurangzeb Shah Jahan´s 3rd son - Expanded Mughal holdings - The power of the empire weakened because he oppressed people -
The Mughal Empire
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Bartolomeu Dias: an early portuguese explorer. Prince Henry: the son of Portugal´s king, he helped conqueredd the Muslim city of Ceuta. Vasco Da Gama: portuguese explorer, began exploring the east African coast. Treaty of Tordesillas: agreement between Portugal and Spain declaring that newly discovered lands to the westof an imaginary line in tha Atlantic Ocean. Dutch East Indian Company:company founded by the Dutch in the early 17th century to establish and direct trade through- out Asia.
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Ming Dynasty.A major dynasty that ruled China from the mid-fourteenth to the mid-seventeenth century. It was marked by a great expansion of Chinese commerce into East Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
Ming Dynasty. A major dynasty that ruled China from the mid-fourteenth to the mid-seventeenth century.
Hongwu. A peasant's son, commanded the rebel army that drove the Mongols out of China in 1368.
Yonglo. Hongwu´s son, he continued his father´s policies, although he moved the royal court to Beijing.
Zhen He. He extended Chinese maritime and commercial influence throughout the regions bondering the Indian Ocean
Manchus. A member of a people native to Manchuria who ruled China during the Quing Dynasty.
Qing Dynasty. The last imperial dynasty of China which was overthrown by revolutionaries.
Kangxi. He extended Manchu control and promoted learning in the arts and science.
Yonglo. Hongwu´s son continued many of his father-s policies, although he moved the royal court to Beijing.
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