The were Daoists who revolted against the Han promising a golden age to be brought about by divine magic.
The dynasty succeeded the Han after a prolonged period of political disruption.
Political stability in China was not restored until the emergence of the dynasty.
A descendant of the Guptas, temporarily restored a limited empire in India between 616 and 657 A.D.
Following the disintegration of India, regional princes called emphasized the military aspects of their governments.
Within Hinduism, worship of a mother goddess, , spread widely and encouraged a popular emotionalism in religious ritual.
The emperor who tightened up the Roman administration and improved the tax collection system was .
The Roman emperor who established a second capital in his own name and who accepted Christianity as an official state religion was .
The eastern half of the Roman Empire survived and continued the Mediterranean cultural tradition as the .
The different beliefs of north African Christianity are best represented in the Church.
The Chinese version of Buddhism was .
Buddhist holy men or built up spiritual merits that could be tapped by prayer.
were Christian holy men who established a treasury of merit that could be tapped by less heroic Christians.
The bishop of Rome, called the , was the head of the Christian Church in the western half of the Roman Empire.
Christians recognized a single deity with three persons, the .
The orthodox interpretation of the Trinity was determined at the in 325 A.D.
The founder of Christian monasticism in western Europe was .
The major world religion that emerged in 610 C.E. was .