5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- practice where one government department (monarch/dictator) has total power over the whole country
- linked algebra and geometry; everything doubted until proved by reason (helped advance scientific method)
- Nicolaus Copernicus; sun-centered theory
- 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)
- French "philosopher"; wrote on reason, nature, happiness, progress, liberty
- a Who was Rene Descartes?
- b What is absolutism?
- c What was a "Philosophe"?
- d Who developed the heliocentric theory, and what was it?
- e What wars did Louis XIV involve in?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What were the main ideas of Beccaria?
- Who was "Ivan the Terrible"?
- What was the culture under the Tokugawa Shogunate?
- What were Galileo's discoveries?
- After Oliver Cromwell died, Charles II became king and restored the monarchy. What period is this known as?
5 True/False questions
The Palace at Versailles; nobles forced to live and work here, intendants given more power = less power to nobles and more to himself → What was the purpose of the Treaty of Tordesillas?
Danish astronomer; recorded data of movements of planets around sun → What were the main ideas of Voltaire?
* → Family rule in Central Europe -- what countries did they rule, family name
conquered Ceuta in North Africa; founded navigation school in Portugal → What were Prince *HENRY's contributions to Portugal?
Emperor --> Daimyo(landowners)/Shogon(actual ruler) --> Samurai Warriors (loyal to daimyo/shogoin) --> Peasants/Artisans/Merchants → What is the order of dynastic rule in China from 1300s to 1700s?