Post-classical history

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Post-classical history (also called the post-antiquity era, post-ancient era, or pre-modern era) is a periodization commonly used by the school of "world history" instead of Middle Ages (Medieval), which is roughly synonymous.wikipedia
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Ancient history

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The post-classical period is one of the five or six major periods world historians use: (1) early civilization; (2) classical societies; (3) post-classical; (4) early modern; (5) long nineteenth century; and (6) contemporary or modern era.
Ancient history as a term refers to the aggregate of past events from the beginning of writing and recorded human history and extending as far as the post-classical history.

History of the world

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The post-classical period is one of the five or six major periods world historians use: (1) early civilization; (2) classical societies; (3) post-classical; (4) early modern; (5) long nineteenth century; and (6) contemporary or modern era.
Post-classical history (the "Middle Ages," c. 500–1500 CE ) witnessed the rise of Christianity, the Islamic Golden Age (c.

Pala Empire

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In the beginning of the time period Buddhism was predominant throughout the area with the short lived Pala Empire on the Indo Gangetic Plain sponsoring the faith's institutions.
The Pala Empire was an imperial power during the Late Classical period on the Indian subcontinent, which originated in the region of Bengal (modern-day Bangladesh and West Bengal).

Western world

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By the turn of the 16th century European or Western Civilization would be engaging in the Age of Discovery.

Early modern period

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The post-classical period is one of the five or six major periods world historians use: (1) early civilization; (2) classical societies; (3) post-classical; (4) early modern; (5) long nineteenth century; and (6) contemporary or modern era.
The early modern period of modern history follows the late Middle Ages of the post-classical era.

Chinampa

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Aztec developments expanded cultivation, applying the use of chinampas, irrigation, and terrace agriculture; important crops included maize, sweet potatoes, and avocados.
Although different technology existed during the Post-classic and Colonial periods in the basin, chinampas have raised many questions on agricultural production and political development.

Classical antiquity

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The term "Middle Ages" first appears in Latin in the 15th century and reflects the view that this period was a deviation from the path of classical learning, a path supposedly reconnected by Renaissance scholarship.

Yuan dynasty

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After seventy years of conquest, the Mongols proclaimed the Yuan dynasty and also annexed Korea; they failed to conquer Japan.

Periodization

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Post-classical history (also called the post-antiquity era, post-ancient era, or pre-modern era) is a periodization commonly used by the school of "world history" instead of Middle Ages (Medieval), which is roughly synonymous.

World history

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Post-classical history (also called the post-antiquity era, post-ancient era, or pre-modern era) is a periodization commonly used by the school of "world history" instead of Middle Ages (Medieval), which is roughly synonymous.

Middle Ages

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Post-classical history (also called the post-antiquity era, post-ancient era, or pre-modern era) is a periodization commonly used by the school of "world history" instead of Middle Ages (Medieval), which is roughly synonymous.

Islamic Golden Age

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In Asia, the spread of Islam created a new empire and Islamic Golden Age with trade among the Asian, African and European continents, and advances in science in the medieval Islamic world.

Asia

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In Asia, the spread of Islam created a new empire and Islamic Golden Age with trade among the Asian, African and European continents, and advances in science in the medieval Islamic world.

Africa

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In Asia, the spread of Islam created a new empire and Islamic Golden Age with trade among the Asian, African and European continents, and advances in science in the medieval Islamic world.

Europe

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In Asia, the spread of Islam created a new empire and Islamic Golden Age with trade among the Asian, African and European continents, and advances in science in the medieval Islamic world.

Science in the medieval Islamic world

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In Asia, the spread of Islam created a new empire and Islamic Golden Age with trade among the Asian, African and European continents, and advances in science in the medieval Islamic world.

East Asia

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East Asia experienced the full establishment of power of Imperial China, which established several prosperous dynasties influencing Korea, Vietnam, and Japan.

History of China

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East Asia experienced the full establishment of power of Imperial China, which established several prosperous dynasties influencing Korea, Vietnam, and Japan.

Buddhism

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In the beginning of the time period Buddhism was predominant throughout the area with the short lived Pala Empire on the Indo Gangetic Plain sponsoring the faith's institutions. Religions such as Buddhism and Neo-Confucianism spread in the region.

Neo-Confucianism

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Religions such as Buddhism and Neo-Confucianism spread in the region.

Gunpowder

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Gunpowder was developed in China during the post-classical era.

Mongol Empire

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The Mongol Empire connected Europe and Asia, creating safe trade and stability between the two regions.

World population estimates

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In total the population of the world doubled in the time period from approximately 210 million in AD 500 to 461 million in 1500.

Plague of Justinian

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Population generally grew steadily throughout the period but endured some incidental declines in events including the Plague of Justinian, The Mongol Invasions, Muslim conquests of the Indian subcontinent, and the Black Death.

Black Death

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Population generally grew steadily throughout the period but endured some incidental declines in events including the Plague of Justinian, The Mongol Invasions, Muslim conquests of the Indian subcontinent, and the Black Death.