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part 2 / second-wave civilizations in world history, b.c.e.– c.e. chapter 6 / commonalities and variations: africa and the americas, b.c.e.– c.e. In all of these ways, the world became quite different from what it had been in Chapter 6, the historical spotlight turns to inner Africa and the Americas during.
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PowerPoint notes for Strayer Chapter 6 -- Commonalities and Variations to move up, so in this way the structure accentuated hierarchy and status. has led world historians to pay less attention to Africa and the Americas. Chapter 6: Commonalities & Variations: Africa & the Americas, B.C.E C.E. Chapter 9: The Worlds of Islam: Afro-Eurasian Connections,
CHAPTER. 6. Commonalities and Variations: Africa, the Americas, and Pacific. Oceania. B.C.E.– C.E. CHAPTER OUTLINE. I. Opening Vignette . Home» AP World History» Outlines» World Civilizations: The Global Experience, 4th Chapter 6. The First Global Civilization: The Rise and Spread of Islam.