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Europe Geography #1

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Magna Carta
said that the law was the supreme power in the land, not the king
Republic to Empire
Rome changed to this under the leadership of OCTIVAN
Peasants
could leave the land they worked on
Serfs
could NOT leave the land they worked on
Pax Romana
stability reigned during this time
Greek Statues
were very lifelike
War between AThens and Sparta
Made Greece vulnerable to invaders
Alexander the Great
Conquered greece around 330 BC
Pericles
One of Greece's great leaders
Colonies established by the Greek City-Sates
were independent of the city-states
Constatine's Actions
led the Christianization of the Roman Empire
Invasions of the Barbarians
was one of the causes of Rome's decline
Athens
in this place, free men held most of the power
crusaders
sent to the holy land to take it over
Manor System
a relationiship between the estate owners and the workers
Republic
the people of rome created a new type of government called this
Pope
decided to have a crusade against the church's enemies in SW Asia
Greece's Golden Age
Included achievements in POLITICS, ARCHITECTURE, ART, SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY, AND LITERATURE
Duties of a Knight
in the feudal system included providing military service
Anqueduct
something designed by Roman Engineers to carry water in channels over long distances
Alexander the Night's EMPIRE
Included EGYPT and nearly all of CENTRAL ASIA
Pax Romana
another term for Roman Peace
Church and Feudalism
These events had lasting effects on Europe during the Middle Ages
Greek ART, SCIENCE, and PHILOSOPHY
based on careful observation of people
Constantinople
a city in Turkey that was conquered by Rome