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Global Dynasties (300-1400 CE) - Chapter Summary
This convenient online history chapter examines the history of global dynasties from 300 to 1400 CE. Follow along with our expert history instructors to review the most significant events, expeditions, developments and figures from the Mongol Empire, Chinese dynasties and Ottoman Empire. Reviewing these lessons can help you:
- Compare the T'ang, Song and Ming dynasties
- Evaluate the historical relationship between the Mongol Empire and different Chinese dynasties
- Identify the maritime and trade expeditions that occurred during the Ming dynasty and the Mongol ascendancy
- Summarize the history of the Ottoman Empire
To solidify your understanding of these concepts, try the accompanying lesson quizzes and chapter exam. Your course dashboard will keep track of your progress throughout the chapter, and we've included printable lesson transcripts to help you study offline and take notes. Finally, if you need extra help, you'll be able to submit your questions to our instructors.
1. Chinese Dynasties (1000-1300 CE): T'ang, Song & Ming
In this lesson, we explore three important Chinese dynasties of the Middle Ages: the T'ang, the Song, and the Ming, which all ruled for a few hundred years each between the 7th and 17th centuries C.E.
2. The Mongol Empire & Dynasty in China
The Mongol Empire was the second-largest empire in history, and the largest ever seen up until its time. This lesson explains how the Mongols were able to conquer China, as well as innovations that allowed them to conquer other regions, before concluding with a discussion on the Yuan Dynasty.
3. Trade & Maritime Expeditions in the Mongol Ascendancy & Ming Dynasty
In this lesson, you will explore how China used international business to become a powerful empire at very different points in its history. Then, test your understanding with a brief quiz.
4. The Ottoman Empire
This lesson will be a brief survey of the Ottoman Empire. It will highlight the ghazis, Osman, and Suleiman. It will also highlight the decline of the empire due to its involvement with Russia and the other powers of Europe.
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