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Christianity, Judaism & Islam - Comparison Grid & Vocab List
The three great Western Religions, also known as the Abrahamic religions because of their common connection to the Old Testament Patriarch, account for more than 3 billion adherents worldwide. Yet despite their similar origins, conflicts between Jews, Muslims and/or Christians, continue to fester in
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The Scientific Revolution
The Scientific Revolution marked humanity's change from a Bible-based view of the universe to one grounded in observation and hypothesis. But how did this change come about? How does the Scientific Revolution continue to impact our world? Featuring such luminaries as Galileo, Nicholas Copernicus an
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Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile
Most students are familiar enough with ancient Egypt to know about the Pyramids, the Pharaohs and the mighty Nile River. Yet they remain unaware of equally important, yet less familiar Egyptians, such as Ramses II, Hatshepsut and Khufu.This two-part worksheet provides an overview of Egyptian history
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Rome - From Republic to Empire
Following their defeat of Carthage during the Punic Wars, the forces of Rome emerged as unquestioned masters of the Mediterranean world. However, Romans soon discovered that, along with territory and wealth, such gains also presented a whole new variety of threats.This three-part worksheet provides
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The Spread of Islam
At around 1500 years old, Islam is a relative newcomer among the world's great religions. Yet, despite the faith's comparatively recent origins, three separate Muslim empires - Umayyad, Abbasid & Mongol - have in turn stretched from Central Asia to the Mediterranean. But how could such a young r
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China: The Mongol & Ming Dynasties
The Mongol Empire, which began as a collection of nomadic Central Asian tribes, soon grew to be the largest contiguous land empire in history. Included among the Mongols’ conquered territories was China, which was then ruled by the declining Song Dynasty.This two-part worksheet provides an overview
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The Ottoman & Safavid Empires
The Ottoman and Safavid Empires had much in common: both were Islamic theocracies, both grew rich by controlling Near-Eastern trade routes and both wanted to expand their dominion into lands held by the other. Needless to say, conflict between the two was inevitable. This two-part worksheet provide
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Islam Emerges on the Arabian Peninsula
Islam, the religion of Mohammad, is well-known among history students for the rapid, unprecedented expansion which brought it from 7th Century Arabia into Western Asia, North Africa and Southern Europe. Less understood, however, are the conditions from which Islam emerged, and the impact it had on t
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National Identities Emerge in Eastern Europe
When Emperor Diocletian divided the Roman Empire in 285 C.E. his motivations were primarily administrative. Yet within three hundred years, his decision would see one half of the empire left in ashes, and the other in slow decline, under threat from hostile forces in Asia.This two-part worksheet pro
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