Unit Two: The Eastern World | World History
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Chapter 6: The Byzantine and Islamic Empires
- Islam: Empire of Faith at PBS Online — Much information on the faith, culture, people, and history of Islam
- Justinian Code—“The legal code of ancient Rome; codified under Justinian; the basis for many modern systems of civil law” (from TheFreeDictionary)
- Procopius- History of the Wars
Chapter 7 - The Civilizations of Asia and Africa
- History of China — Chinese history with a link to a timeline at the bottom of the page
Pictures and information on the Forbidden City of Chin
- Japanese History at Japan-Guide.com — A history of Japan organized by periods, with photos and related links
- The Land of Genghis Khan — Begin the journey to the land of Genghis Khan, Genghis Khan's timeline, and more.
- Wonders of the African World at PBS Online — Much information on the history of Africa
- Press Club of Tibet — Great information about Tibet. A lot of things to discover.
- China's Timeline and Maps — Excellent information about China
- The Qur’an
- Travels of Marco Polo
- Ibn Battuta—Travels in Asia and Africa
- Jean Baptiste Tavernier—Travels in India
- Mungo Park—The Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa, in the Year 1805
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