This is not a typical essay, any sources please cite, thanks.
Read chapter 15 from:
Richard W. Bulliet, et al., The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, Fourth Edition (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2007), http://www.scuc.txed.net/webpages/cbaker/ap_world_history.cfm?subpage=28526 (Links to an external site.)
Answer three of the questions posed at the beginning (and end) of chapter 15 in at least four to six sentences for each response.
Pose two questions about chapter 15 and then answer them in at least four to six sentences.
Research an image related to chapter 15, include a link to it, and explain what it is and what it tells us about the time and place that it comes from in at least four to six sentences.
The end product should be at least six paragraphs, around two to three pages in length
Name: Instructor: Date of Submission: Chapter 14 What were the objectives and major accomplishments of the voyages of exploration undertaken by Chinese, Polynesians, and other non-Western peoples? Simply put, all the mentioned groups made voyages because they were curious about their surrounding environments. For instance, Bulliet et al., (2007, 413) reveals that available evidence suggests that Polynesians could have settled in the Eastern Pacific islands accidentally, which is an indicator of curiosity. The same author further asserts that the Ming dynasty`s exploration might have been motivated by curiosity. Similarly, African voyages were motivated by sheer curiosity because one African leader sent out sailors with instructions not to return unti