5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Old Believers
- Absolutism in Eastern Europe
- Window on the West/St. Petersburg
- a peasants recruited to migrate to newly seized lands in Russia, particularly in south; combined agriculture with military conquests; spurred additional frontier conquests and settlements.
- b the part of Austria that Frederick the Great captured, violating the Pragmatic Sanction, and it started the War of Austrian Succession
- c • The Rise of Brandenburg - Prussia.
- Hohenzollern Family - controlled both states.
- Ruled by an "Imperial Elector" (used to help choose who become the H.R.E.)
• Eventually band together and become one.
- d Russians who refused to accept the ecclesiastical (church) reforms of Alexis Romanov (17th century); many exiled to Siberia or southern Russia, where they became part of Russian colonization.
- e Warm water port. Peter the Great's access from Russia into the world. Helped westernize Russia.
5 Multiple choice questions
- open symmetrical layout with 3 wings.
lofty complex roofs, very large and romanticized, meant to appear wealthy
- feudal system, the use of serfs to work the land in return for protection against barbarian invasions
- Prussian king of the 18th century; attempted to introduce Enlightenment reforms into Germany; built on military and bureaucratic foundations of his predecessors; introduced freedom of religion; increased state control of economy.
- THE GREAT ELECTOR. 1st Prussian ruler; unites Brandenburg and other states to form Prussia; runs state as if it were army; builds civil service based on military
- Led a Cossack revolt in 1670 and 1671, he moved up the Volga river and gained masses of peasant supporters as they killed nobility and Landlords. Finally defeated by the government nobles further enserfed the peasants , holding down the peasants and holding them back from rebellion became the primary concern and responsibility of the nobility.
5 True/False questions
Partition of Poland → division of Polish territory among Russia, Prussia, and Austria in 1772, 1793, and 1795; eliminated Poland as independent state; part of expansion of Russian influence in eastern Europe.
Hapsburgs → peasants recruited to migrate to newly seized lands in Russia, particularly in south; combined agriculture with military conquests; spurred additional frontier conquests and settlements.
Catherine the Great → ruled Russia from 1762 to 1796, added new lands to Russia, encouraged science, art, lierature, Russia became one of Europe's most powerful nations
Maria Theresa → (1672-1725) Russian tsar (r. 1689-1725). He enthusiastically introduced Western languages and technologies to the Russian elite, moving the capital from Moscow to the new city of St. Petersburg.
Ivan III → the part of Austria that Frederick the Great captured, violating the Pragmatic Sanction, and it started the War of Austrian Succession