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Asia
Buddhism
China
Currency
Eurasian Steppe
Han dynasty
Marco Polo
Mediterranean Sea
Middle East
Rome
Silk
Silk Road
Tang dynasty
Traders

Ancient China Vocab Contract Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Steppes
Kublai Khan
Genghis Khan
Landscape Painting
Li Bo
Compass
Diamond Sutra
Ships
Gunpowder
Printing
Calligraphy
Porcelain
Ming Dynasty
Imperial City
Confucius
Silk
Rubber
Monasteries
Nuns
Monks
Buddhism
Song Dynasty
Himalayians
Empress Wu
Civil Service Exam
Tang Dynasty
Chang Jiang
Huang He
Great Wall
Yangdhi
Sui Dynasty
Han Dynasty
wendi
Neo-Confucianism

The Mongolian Empire Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

one of several separate territories into which Genghis Khan’s empire was split, each under the rule of one of his sons Khanates
a revised form of Confucianism that evolved as a response to Buddhism and held sway in China from the late Tang dynasty to the end of the dynastic system in the twentieth century NeoConfucianism
a ceramic made of fine clay baked at very high temperatures Porcelain
What influenced artists to find the "way" in nature? Daoism
What type of people were the Mongols? Pastoral
People of an empire that originated out of the steppes of Eurasia that grew to become the largest empire in the world's history. Mongols
A person whose lifestyle consists of hunting, gathering, and moving from one place to another Nomad
a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement barbarian
grassland plains without trees steppes
(ruled 1206-1227) name means "Universal Ruler," led a fierce Mongol army, best known for his military campaigns Genghis Khan
the area that the khan ruled Khanate
people who lived off of domesticated herds and followed herds to grazing pastures Pastoralists
grandchild of Genghis Khan, became Great Khan of Mongol Empire in 1260, completed conquest of China, created the Yuan Dynasty in China, ruled the Great Khanate, increased foreign trade, was ruler when Marco Polo arrived in China Kublai Khan
Venetian traveler who explored Asia in the 13th century and served Kublai Khan (1254-1324) Marco Polo
What major technology brought by the Europeans greatly increased the Mongols strength Firearms
Mongolian ruler of Samarkand who led his nomadic hordes to conquer an area from Turkey to Mongolia (1336-1405) Tamerlane
An extensive interconnected network of trade routes The silk road
Too much spending on foreign conquests, corruption at court, and growing internal instability plagued what dynasty? Mongol Dynasty
Who ended the Mongol dynasty? Zhu Yuanzhang
What belief influenced the portrayal of humans as insignificant in the midst of nature Daoism
Who perfected the making of porcelain? Tang artisans
medicine man or wizard, people believed he had the power to summon spirits and cure the sick. Shamans
The ___________needle and thread take the place of brush and ink, while pieces of silk and brocade are transformed into areas of color. Embroidery
Empty spaces were left in the paintings because in the ______ _______, one cannot know the whole truth Daoist vision
During the Song and Mongol dynasties,__________ __________ was a major cultural development. Landscape Painting

The spread of civilization in East and Southeast Asia Word Search

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Description

paddy
stupa
matrilineal
Zen
bushido
samurai
kana
selective borrowing
Shinto
tsunami
archipelago
literacy rate
hangul
King Sejong
Choson Yi dynasty
celadon
Koryo dynasty
Silla dynasty
Zheng He
Ming dynasty
Marco Polo
Yuan dynasty
Kublai Khan
Genghis Khan
steppe
great wall
paper money
reunification
east asia
asia
southeast
golden ages
pagoda
dowry
gentry
song dynasty
land reform
tributary state
tang taizong
tang dynasty

Silk Road Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who was the first European to sail from Europe to India? vascodegama
The process of  moving people  and goods from one place to another. TRANSPORTATION
an ancient network of trade routes that were central to cultural interaction through regions of the Asian continent connecting the West and East from China to the Mediterranean Sea. SILK ROAD
What kind of trade made the Silk Road almost irrelavent? SEATRADE
How did silk become known to Rome? regionaltrade
An area in a  desert where  there is enough water for plants  to grow. OASIS
The countries of  southwestern  Asia and northern Africa.  (2 words) middleeast
a drawing or  picture showing  the features of a land mass map
A line of rulers  from the same  family DYNASTY
Silk was very profitable for producers in CHINA
People used the road to. carrygoods
A group of pack  animals traveling through a desert or  dangerous region CARAVAN
Who caused the first large-scale contact between the East and West? ARCHEOLOGIST
The silk road connected the west with east through cities. ALEXANDRISESCHATE
An improved way of doing or making something that uses specialized processes or methods. TECHNOLOGY

Ancient China Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

accupuncture
buddhism
calligraphy
chang river
compass
confucius
dragon
dynasty
emperor
five elements
great wall
han
haungdi
liu bang
mandate of heaven
philosphy
qin
rice
scholar
seismograph
shang
silk road
taoism
tea
terra cotta
warrior
wheelbarrow
yellow river
yin and yang
zhou

Ancient China Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Great Wall of China
China
Silk Road
emperor
civil service
double cropping
oracle bones
yellow river
middle man
dynasty
provinces
levee
pictograph
loess
terrace
ancestor

Renaissance Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

An Italian trader who traveled east with his father and uncle Marco Polo
3-Dimensional space in a art piece Perspective
Paintings and writings based on Greek and Roman art Classical
A fee that borrowers pay for he use of someone else's money Interest
A wealthy merchant family from Florence The Medici Family
The theater owned by William Shakespeare and the place where most of his plays were performed Globe Theater
The inventor of the printing press Johann Gutenburg
Areas of study such as philosophy, literature, and art that are concerned with human thought and culture Humanism
An artist who created The David and The Pieta Michelangelo
A trading route from China to the Mediterranean Sea Silk Road

The Silk Road Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This fabric was traded from china to the rest of asia, europe, and africa silk
This dynasty ruled over China from 202 to 220 CE HAN
People and Camals traveled in ____________ on the silk road Caravans
_______ were great for travel because they could carry heavy loads and required little water camels
____ was a powerful empire in Parthia Kush
These horses were desired by the HAN dynasty Ferghana
watch out for ____________ on the silk road that may try to rob you! bandits
_______ was a desired spice from India traded on the silk road pepper
______________ beliefs were shared along the silk road religious
___________ was a prosperous city with a nice climate along the silk road marakanda
The _________ desert had harsh climate and was difficult to travel through Gobi
The silk road ended in __________________, within the Roman Empire Antioch

Ancient China Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Koryo
Marco Polo
regime
Kublai Khan
Mongol Empire
Genghis Khan
steppes
mongols
landscape painting
gunpowder
Diamond Sutra
Han Dynasty
calligraphy
Porcelain
neo-Confucianism
Confucius
Buddhism
The Grand Canal
EmpressWu
The Great Wall
Sui Dynasty

Age Of Exploration Crossword Puzzle:

Type
Crossword
Description

In 1592______ sailed the ocean blue. Columbus
Conquered the Inca civilization. Francisco Pizaro
Discovered New York State, Canada and Hudson Bay Henry Hudson
Fierce sailors who raided towns in their free time Vikings
A navigation device which replaced the Astrolabe and the Cross-staff because it could be used on land and sea. Sextant
A faster and more efficient cargo ship invented for better sea tavel. Caravel
Famous Portuguese leader who created a school for navigational sailing. Prince Henry
A system used for mass-producing books and maps. Printing Press
Long stories passed down verbally generation to generation. Saga
Northern part of Europe which includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Scandinavia
Eric The Red's son, viking explorer who discovered Greenland Lief Ericson
A very long and sleek ship used by the vikings. Longship
The Incan emperor that Francisco Pizaro captured and murdered. Atahlupa
Famous conquistador who conquered the Aztecs of Mexico. Hernando Cortes
Number of natives Christopher Columbus took back to Spain to serve as slaves. 500 natives
Columbus's sons name. Ferdinand
Name of the biggest main ship Columbus sailed with on his most famous voyage. Santa Maria
Name the other two ships in the same voyage in number 17. Nina and Pinta
A term used by the vikings to describe the savage natives. Skraelings
What the vikings were called/what they called themselves. Norsemen
A famous explorer who has a game named after him and found a lot of the Silk Road Marco Polo
An enormous trading route from East Asia to Europe. Silk Road