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HST 276 Week 1 Week One Worksheet


Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Week One Worksheet.

Submit your worksheet to the Assignment Files tab.

Week 1 Worksheet


As you read this week’s required materials, complete this worksheet. This is a multipage assignment; double-check that you completed each page before submitting.





Part I: Fill in the Blanks



Fill in the blanks to complete the following sentences.


1.    History and Archaeology






    1. The written record of the past and the study of past written records is called .



    1. The study of the past based on recovering and identifying artifacts and making inferences about those who left these artifacts is called .



    1. Both historians and archaeologists describe the past. Historians study  to form this description, whereas archaeologists study                .



    1. Scholars’ ability to relate narrative stories of past Andean cultures is limited because they did not use , but recent advances in translating the              language has allowed a better understanding of Mesoamerican cultures.



    1. Based on archaeological and genetic evidence, scholars believe the first people to settle the Americas came across a natural , from              into              .






2.     The Civilizations of Al-Andalus






    1. The first Spanish Umayyad, , forced Charlemagne’s forces to retreat into France.



    1. The 50-year reign of  saw the defense of Córdoba from the Fatimids in Africa and the Christians to the north. After his death, the caliphate fragmented into many smaller principalities.



    1. The Almoravids and  of North Africa invaded Spain in the 11th century to enforce strict Muslim rule.



    1. The mercenary adventures of  during the                 made him Spain’s national hero.



    1. In  , the last Islamic Andalusian kingdom, Granada, was captured by Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castille. Jews and Muslims were forced to        






3.     Fatimid Civilization






    1. The Fatimid dynasty ruled , Sicily, and parts of the Middle East.



    1. The Shi’ite Fatimids established a(n)  in their new capital,        , to rival those of Baghdad and Córdoba.



    1. The , who live in modern Lebanon and Syria, originated as a splinter group that believed one of the Fatimid caliphs was the last incarnation of God.



    1. The Fatimid Empire weakened in the 12th century and was conquered by .






4.    Saljug Civilization






    1. The Saljuqs (also known as Seljuks or Saljuks) were the earliest significant Islamic rulers from       They extended their rule from Transoxiana to the Iranian Plateau, Mesopotamia, much of the Near East, and Asia Minor during the        century.



    1. The vizier  ruled the Saljuk Empire through two sultans, building roads, caravanserais, canals, mosques, and madrasas.



    1. In the 12th century, the Saljuk Empire lost territory in Anatolia to the Empire, and was destroyed in the year       by the Khwarizm-Shahs.








    1. Ilkhanid Civilization








    1. The Mongols conquered Persia and Mesopotamia in the  century, and they ruled this territory through          , or viceroys of the Great Khan of China.



    1. Ibn al-Athir describes the  invaders of Muslim lands as a dire calamity.



  1. A grandson of Genghis, , conquered territory stretching to the Mediterranean, but was slowed by rivalry with Berke, khan of the Golden Horde. Partly due to the influence of his wife and other               and Buddhists, his forces spared the Christians of conquered lands.
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