A medieval economic, social, and political system based on the manner (an estate ruled by a lord who enjoyed a variety of rights over land and tenants).
The transfer of shape of land and water bodies, along with a global grid, from a globe to a flat map.
Exists whenever buyers and sellers exchange good and services.
A system in which buyers and sellers make major decisions about production and distribution and distribution, based on supply and demand.
Temporary rule by military authorities over civilians, as during a war, occupation, or insurrection.
A large sprawled urban complex
The mental image a person has of an area.
An economic system developed in Europe as feudalism died out, intended to unify and increase the power and monetary wealth of a nation by strict governmental regulation of the entire economy.
The movement of people or other organisms from one region to another.
A policy of agressive military preparedness.
Government by a King, Queen Emperor, or Empress.
Belief in a single God.
Of, relating to, or characterized by the doctrine that there is but One God.
The interaction of people, goods, ideas, or natural phenomena from different places.