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5 Matching questions

  1. practice where one government department (monarch/dictator) has total power over the whole country
  2. linked algebra and geometry; everything doubted until proved by reason (helped advance scientific method)
  3. Nicolaus Copernicus; sun-centered theory
  4. invaded Spanish Netherlands (gained 12 towns); invaded Dutch Netherlands (gained several towns and region); War of the Spanish Succession (Bourbon dynasty power increases to Spain; other countries feel threatened)

  5. French "philosopher"; wrote on reason, nature, happiness, progress, liberty
  1. a Who was Rene Descartes?
  2. b What is absolutism?
  3. c What was a "Philosophe"?
  4. d Who developed the heliocentric theory, and what was it?
  5. e What wars did Louis XIV involve in?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. What were the main ideas of Beccaria?
  2. Who was "Ivan the Terrible"?
  3. What was the culture under the Tokugawa Shogunate?
  4. What were Galileo's discoveries?
  5. After Oliver Cromwell died, Charles II became king and restored the monarchy. What period is this known as?

5 True/False questions

  1. The Palace at Versailles; nobles forced to live and work here, intendants given more power = less power to nobles and more to himselfWhat was the purpose of the Treaty of Tordesillas?


  2. Danish astronomer; recorded data of movements of planets around sunWhat were the main ideas of Voltaire?


  3. *Family rule in Central Europe -- what countries did they rule, family name


  4. conquered Ceuta in North Africa; founded navigation school in PortugalWhat were Prince *HENRY's contributions to Portugal?


  5. Emperor --> Daimyo(landowners)/Shogon(actual ruler) --> Samurai Warriors (loyal to daimyo/shogoin) --> Peasants/Artisans/MerchantsWhat is the order of dynastic rule in China from 1300s to 1700s?