Ashamed of the cruelty of his military victories, this leader from northern India became a Buddhist and built hospitals, roads, and places of worship.Who does this describe?
C. Qin Shi Huangdi
The correct answer is option A - Asoka.
Asoka was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty. He reigned between 273 and 272 BC, which was one of the most prosperous periods of India.
He initiated a bloody and destructive campaign against the state of Kalinga, a state in the east coast of India.
After this battle, more than 100.000 people were killed, and houses were burnt.
When Asoka became aware of the great suffering he had caused, he vowed never to practice violence again and devoted himself completely to Buddhism.
Asoka. He was violent and cruel then after seeing too much violence and blood he became and Buddhist, built roads, hospitals and other things. He no longer ate meat. Didn't hunt, he was kind and peaceful.Then his own son became a Buddhist.
Which items were products that Europeans wanted from the Americas? Choose all answers that are correct.
silver and gold
grapes and olives
cacao beans and sugarcane
indigo and cochineal
Europeans wanted from the Americas silver and gold grapes and olives cacao beans and sugarcane animal hides indigo and cochineal
The Europeans brought with them new technologies, ideas, plants, and animals that would change people's lives: firearms, metal tools, and military equipment; Christianity and Roman law; sugarcane and grains; and horses and cows. They also brought diseases to the Indians that the Indians had no immunity against.
Many saw Natives as peoples that were “savages” and needed to be converted to Christianity or pushed off the land. Political, economic, or social :)
Which of these was the LEAST important aspect of imperialism in the period following European industrialization?A) the state sponsorship of Christian missions B) Europe established colonies in the interior of Africa and Asia C) Europe searched for raw materials to feed the machines of Europe D) Europe's need for an increased military presence across the globe
A. the state sponsorship of Christian missions
The state sponsorship of Christian missions was the least important aspect of imperialism in the period following European industrialization. Unlike the period of colonization in the 16th and 17th centuries, imperialization following the Industrial Revolution was not a major state concern, though missionaries did (with private funding) go into Africa and Asia.
PLEASE HELP!! The intelligence of early man is demonstrated by the way the pyramids of Egypt were built. True or False?
Explanation: True the man was much intelligence during years.
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location: near Chesapeake bay
climate: hot summers
settlers: king James 1
goal: establish a permanent colony in America that would make a profit for the Company.
leader: John smith
achievements: found land and gold.
failures: disease and famine
location: near cape cod
climate: cold and windy
settlers: 100 Puritan Separatist Pilgrims
goal: communities based on Puritan beliefs that would be both morally and economically successful and thereby inspire the adoption of Puritan reforms in England.
leader: William Brewster
achievements: found freedom and free religion
failures: weak from disease and a lack of food
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How did the united states contribute to the allied war effort in europe?
In both world wars, the U.S played major roles both in physically participation in it, and financing it. For most part of both wars the U.S attempted to stay neutral but it supplied and financed countries it had strong economic ties with. But during WWI, German submarine warfare destroyed too many cargo ships carrying American passengers which changed the attitude on neutrality. Eventually congress declared war on Germany in 1917. One year later the war ended in November 11, 1918. During WWII, again the U.S tried to stay neutral but still supplied the Allied cause. But the attack on Pearl Harbour on December 7, 1941 forced congress to declare war on Japan and Germany. And 4 years later the war ended in 1945. But the U.S heavily supplied the allies and when the time came with men.