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Period III Continuity & Innovation of State Forms & Their Interactions C. 600- C. 1450 CE

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  1. Intro
  2. Key Concepts of Period III-600-1450
    • Continuity In Government
    • Remarkable Stability In China
    • Innovations In Government
    • Comnenus Mosaic, Hagia Sophia
    • Zoe Mosaic, Hagia Sophia
      • Innovations In Government
      • Kowtow
      • New Forms Of Government
      • Al-Amdalus (Muslim Spain)
        • How Did Cordoba Become Tolerant?
        • What Happened On The Other End Of Empire?
        • Sultan Hunting Party
          • New Italian City-States
            • Competition For Sea Trade
            • Synthesized Traditions (Syncretism)
            • Kimono
              • Technological And Cultural Transfers
              • Pope Urban II Calls For A Crusade
                • Saladin Recaptures Jerusalem
                  • C.600-C.1450
                    • Intro 0:00
                      • Innovation-Change
                      • State Forms-Government
                    • Key Concepts of Period III-600-1450 3:50
                    • Continuity In Government 4:34
                      • Han-The Classic Dynasty Of Chinese History
                    • Remarkable Stability In China 5:32
                      • The Middle Kingdom
                      • Confucianism
                      • Buddhism
                      • Daoism
                      • Mandate of Heaven
                      • The Scope Of Empire
                      • Language
                      • Propertied Elite
                      • Trouble On The Periphery
                    • Innovations In Government 10:48
                      • Tax Farming
                      • Religion In Byzantium
                    • Comnenus Mosaic, Hagia Sophia 13:58
                      • Christian Church
                    • Zoe Mosaic, Hagia Sophia 15:35
                    • Innovations In Government 15:53
                      • Tribute System In China
                    • Kowtow 17:29
                      • Blessing To The Emperor
                    • New Forms Of Government 18:49
                      • Islamic States- Caliphate
                      • The Mongol Khanates Became Muslims
                      • City-states in Italian Mediterranean, East Africa, And Mesoamerica
                      • Feudalism In Europe and Japan
                    • Al-Amdalus (Muslim Spain) 21:43
                    • How Did Cordoba Become Tolerant? 22:07
                      • Muslim Secured The Iberian Peninsula
                      • Cooperation- The Way To Get Ahead
                      • Interaction Common
                      • Western Christians Benefit
                      • Why Did This All Change?
                      • Who Benefited?
                    • What Happened On The Other End Of Empire? 24:42
                      • The Delhi Sultanate
                      • Turkic Conquerors
                      • Hinduism And Islam Are Radically Different
                      • Conversions From Lower Castes
                      • Muslims- Minority
                      • Sufism
                      • Sikhism
                      • The Core And Periphery
                    • Sultan Hunting Party 27:40
                    • New Italian City-States 27:51
                    • Competition For Sea Trade 28:22
                      • Invention of Banks From City States
                    • Synthesized Traditions (Syncretism) 28:54
                      • China's Influence upon Japan
                      • Language And Writing
                      • Konji
                      • Hiragala
                      • Katagane
                      • Romaji
                      • Buddhism and Confucianism Changes
                      • Government Decentralized
                      • Art And Music
                      • Clothing
                    • Kimono 33:16
                    • Technological And Cultural Transfers 33:38
                      • Compass
                      • Tang China And Abbasids
                      • Across Mongol Empires
                      • During The Crusades
                      • Europeans Found Out They Were Ignorant
                    • Pope Urban II Calls For A Crusade 36:48
                    • Saladin Recaptures Jerusalem 37:10
                    • C.600-C.1450 37:32