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Honny Junter Exam: History
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Homogenous Culture. Named after Senegal and Gambia Rivers. Lots of desert trade. Slave trade brought them in contact with Europe and 'Merica.
Kingdom of Benin
15th and 16th century. OBA, the king, strengthened country and pushed borders. Oba to warrior kingship to spiritual kingship. Benin city wars capital. (Iron and bronze work). Eventually conquered by Brits.
Western and central Sudan. Gao is capital. King Muhammad Toure. Had Timbuktu, the crazy ass city. Used north african slaves in the salt mines. Had to much diversity and bad transfer of power.
Coastal People. Literary history. Islamic. Lots of maritime and fertile coast. Prosperity rested on trade and commerce. Relationships with Ottoman, Asian, and European world.
Islamic. Believed in Jihad. Took over much of Europe with their slave troops, gun powder, and ingenuity. Contantinople. Sulieman. Concubines and elite army Jannisaries.
Made by Ismail when he led turkish army to capture Tabriz, declared himself Shah.Loyal and provide military support. Utilized skills of urban bureaucrats. Strength in the Shi'ite faith.
Book of the Sea
Piri Reis's book containing all known islamic and western knowledge of map's, navigation, tides, and other maritime knowledge.
Agreements the surrender the rights of one party. Ottoman's signed this with European powers.
Civil Service Exams
Ming Dynastys test that asians studied Confucianism shiz for thousand of hours in order to pass a day long test no one passed to become a high ranking official.
Founded by Manchus. Manchu men shaved head except for the pony tail and sometimes sported a Fu-Man-Chu.
Regional warlords show gained power by seizing what the needed. Not appointed by courts and most of them were self-made muppets.
Alternate Residence System
Where chinese lords only lived in the home city, Edo, every other year. Allowed shoguns to keep up with the daimyo.
The Overall Survey of Ocean's Shores
Book written by Ma Huan about data collected regarding plants, animals, people, and geography.
The removal of the divines sanction during the reign of Louis Xv and XVI.
Government where king is still head of state, except taxes and law making resides in a body of peoples.
Reflections on the Revolution of France
Book by conservative leader Edmund Burke. Defended the inherited privilege of the monarchy. Sparked much debate.
Established by Robespierre and Committee of public safety to set max prices for products rather then depend on supply and demand.
Period after Robespierre's execution. Revolt against reign of terror.
China only answerable to British Law. Helped international trade.
Goal of 19th century chinese reforms. Sought to master western technology.
Imposition of treaties and agreements under threats of military to open Japan to trade.
Thirty Year War
Catholic Protestant war. Lutherans create protestant Union and Catholics make Catholic League. Hadsburgs supported the Catholics. Ended with the Peace of Westphalia.
Complete control over a political body. Early rulers strove for this.
French controller General for Louis XIV. Financial Genius. Applied mercantilism. Founded East Indies Company. After his death much of his achievements were undid.
New model army leader against Charles I. Captured king. Established protectorate (military dictatorship). Divided England in 12 parts, lots of censorship. Navigation act, english goods on english ships.
Second Treatise of Government
Political philosophy by Joh Locke argueing government was only there to defend natural rights of life liberty and happiness.
Early term for the study of the natural universe, its purposes, and how it functions. Pretty much early science. Foundation rests on Aristotle.
Dialogue of the Two Chief Systems
Galileos book defending Copernicus's ideas of the sun being the center of the universe. Galileo imprisoned because of this.
Causes of Scientific Revolution
Education Systems. Renaissance attitudes. Navigational problems. Development of better ways of obtaining knowledge. Empiricism (observation rather than theory). Cartesian Dualism (Reality can be reduced to mind and matter).
Social gathering of talented rich women in their homes to discuss philosophy, science, and literature.
Term defining 18th century monarchs. Monarchs who adopted rational ideas without getting rid of their authority
Fundamental to african economy. Organized and sanctioned by law. Justified by muslims argument that prisoners of war could be bought and sold.
Largest, wealthiest, most populous of all Islamic empires. Armies unstoppable. Focused on Finance, Army, Religion, and the imperial household.
A way to refer to the domination of the western economy. Each countries economy revolved around one or two products. (cuba-sugar, argentina-meat)
Bases and Points of Departure for Argentine Organization
Written by Argentine philosopher Jean Alberdi about how the countries development depended on immigration. Heavily supported by the government.
Word for the belief that god wanted Americans to cover the entire continent. Basically a way to justify expansion. 'Merica.
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
1848 treaty between US and Mexico. Made rio grande the border.
How the Other Half Lives
Book by Jacob Mills talking about overcrowding, poor sanitation, crime, and basically all the bad shiz in lower-class New York.
Relatively loose form of a Union. It gave separate unions substantial power. Gave countries like Canada internal power but Britain retained control over foreign policy.
All Quiet on the Western Front
Erich Remarque's book describing how bad WW2 and the death in it.
Napoleon's Empire. Three parts. Core was primarily an expanded France. Next was small kingdoms run by Napoleon's family. Next being allied states. People didn't like the way he ruled and he succumbed to a revolt.
New interest in agriculture methods that accelerated economy. Continuous crop rotation, eliminated shared use of land, and water control. Mainly an english phenomenon.
System of economic regulations aimed at increasing power of state based on the fact that power was determined by amount on precious metals...retards.
Arkwright, Watt, Cort, and Stephenson
These men developed water-driven sowing machines, steam engines, refining furnaces, and locomotives.
Essay on the Principle of Population
Written by Thomas Malthus thats argued population growth trended with food supply.
Factory owner who argued for more human rights, especially children. Organized Grand National Consolidated Trades Union. Successful manufacture in Scotland.
Klemens von Metternich
Government method that eliminated individualism. It was extremely nationalistic and had regulated economy and property. Developed by Karl Marx. You don't know this by know you are skrewed.
Hunchback of Notre Dame
Written by Victor Hugo. Exemplifies romantic fascination with fantasy characters, strange shiz, and emotions. A book about a muppet in a bell tower.
British philosopher who believed problems should be dealt with on a rational and scientific basis.
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