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World History Final Exam Part I

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Alexander the Great
Greek conqueror, ruled largest empire in the world
Hellenic Civilization
ordering natural world, society oriented, idealistic
Hellenistic Civilization
escaping hardship, individual oriented, realistic
Epicureanism
mental pleasure is important, physical pleasure in moderation
Stoicism
fate controls life, happiness is excepting fate
Minoans
lived in Crete
Myceaneans
first true Greeks
Plebians
Roman lower class- farmers, merchants, laborers, artisans
Octavian
first emperor of Rome
Fall of Rome
476
Clovis
Frankish ruler, united local tribes, influenced Christianity
Pepin of Heristal
Mayor of the Palace
Charles Martel
son of Pepin of Heristal
Pepin the Short
son of Charles Martel
Charlemagne
son of Pepin the Short, expanded, crowned emperor by Pope on December 25, 800
Manorialism
economic and social system about self-sufficient estates made of villiages and farms
Vassals
lower class nobles given land by powerful lords for military service
Fief
land granted to vassals
Feudalism
lords loyal to king, local lords provided protection, more organized than manorialism
Primogeniture
first born son inherits all land
1000 AD
end of viking invasion
Heavy plow, padded horse collar, 3-field system
causes of second agricultural revolution
Excess food prodution, population growth, realeased serfs, growth of cities
effects of second agricultural revolution
Battle of Hastings
William the Conqueror vs. Harold over the English throne
Holy Roman Empire
area around Germany, ruled by weak emperor