Prepared by Cynthia Kosso of Northern Arizona University, this workbook features approximately 30 map exercises. It is designed to help students feel comfortable with maps by having them work with different kinds of maps to identify places and improve their geographic understanding of world history. Also includes critical-thinking questions for each unit.
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The World in PerspectiveIntroductory Map Exercises
The First Civilizations and the Rise of Empires to the Fourth Century
New Patterns of Civilization to 1600
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Adriatic Sea Africa age of discovery Alemanni Amazon River Americas ancient areas Axum Aztec Black Death Briefly describe Byzantine Empire Carolingians Catal Chinese civilization Christian Cities and Sites Civilizations and Empires colored marking pens conquest cultural developed agricultural civilizations development of Chinese different colored marking different colored pencils earliest early East and Egypt Egypt Egyptian Emergence of Civilizations Europe Features and Regions Fertile Crescent following cities following locations following regions Geographical Features Germans globe Greece Greek Holy Roman Empire impact India Italy Japan LABEL Place label the following LABEL With different LOCATE AND LABEL long-term map provided mapmakers Mesoamerica Mohenjo-Daro natural environment Nile number the following Ostrogoths Persian perspective Place the following place the number political Portuguese Reformation religion religious River SHORT ESSAY role did geography settlement shade SHORT ESSAY QUESTIONS sixteenth century Southeast Asia Spain Spanish Srivijaya Taurus Mountains territorial boundaries trade Western Civilization world map Yangtze River