A-The art and architecture of The Maurya was heavily influenced by the religious principle of Hinduism and Janism, as seen in the pillars of Ashoka.
A- religous principles of Hinduism influenced architectre, such as various Hindu temples. Artwork of Kings were often depicted on the coins.
G- Located on the current day Indian subcontinent, surround by mountains to the north. (Himalayas).
M- only had a land army, relied heavily on infantry archers. (Bows composed of bamboo and metal heads).
S- Rigid class structure influenced by Hinduism. Women had very few rights.
P- Regional kings and satraps that created laws, but were genrally fair with treatment of their people as well as taxation.
I- Developed the Arabic numeral system, including the creation of the number 0 an pie.
T- created vaccinations for setting broken bones.
E- Flourished though free trade and sufficient agriculture.
- Unit 1
- 1.1.3: Tools and Adaptation>
- 1.3.9 & 1.3.2: New Religions & Geographies of Early Civs.>
- 1.1.2: Humans and Fire>
- 1.3.6: Arts & Record Keeping>
- 1.3.1-1.3.3: Early Culture & Systems of Rule>
- 1.1-1.4 Early Human Innovation>
- 1.2.1-1.2.3: The Climate & The Neolithic Era>
- 1.2.5-1.2.6: Reliable Food Sources & Innovation>
- 1.3.1-1.3.2: Pastoralists & Early Architecture>
- Unit 2
- 2.2.5-2.2.7 Social Hierarchy and Gender Roles>
- 2.2.4 Cities>
- 2.2.2 Orchestration of the Persian and S. Asian Empires>
- 2.2.2 Orchestration of Rome and China>
- 2.2.1: Growth of Empires & States>
- 2.1.6 Cultures Of Second Wave Civilizations>
- 2.1.1: Religions as a Bonding Force>
- 2.1.4 Buddhism and Hinduism Impact on Gender Roles>
- 2.1.2 The Emergence of Religions>
- Unit 3
- 3.1.1 Third Wave Global Trade Routes>
- 3.1.2 The Impact of trade on emerging trading cities>
- 3.1.3. Spread of Islam Through Afro-Eurasia>
- 3.1.4 Inter-Regional Travelers >
- 3.1.5. Cultural Interactions and Art>
- 3.1.6: The Impact of Newly Spread Technologies and Scientific Knowledge>
- 3.1.7 Inter-Regional Conflicts>
- Unit 4
- 4.1.1. - Influence of Tools Upon Transoceanic Trade>
- 4.1.2: Maritime Reconnaissance>
- 4.1.3 World Economies>
- 4.1.4 The Colossal Impact of the Colombian Exchange>
- 4.1.5 Government and the Arts>
- 4.2.3 Forced Migration of Africans Cause and Effect>
- 4.3.2 Impact of Technology on state consolidation and imperial expansion>
- Unit 5
- Unit 6