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96 terms
British history 2
rich and poor alike
mounted warrior
roving
by word of mouth
tant rics com pobres
guerrer a cavall
errant, ambulant
de boca en boca
rich and poor alike
tant rics com pobres
mounted warrior
guerrer a cavall
British history set 2
Ranulf de Glanville treatise on Laws a…
Knight Service owed by Roger, Archbish…
Fulbert, Bishop of Chartres Descriptio…
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Doomsday Survey
obligations that tie feudal society together, first systemati…
King Henry II telling him what he owes the king; no record of…
Letter from Bishop Fulbert to Duke William of Aquitaine - exp…
made by his Council of Advisors and clergy - a count of all t…
Ranulf de Glanville treatise on Laws a…
obligations that tie feudal society together, first systemati…
Knight Service owed by Roger, Archbish…
King Henry II telling him what he owes the king; no record of…
102 terms
British History part 2
Levelers
Diggers
Thomas Hobbes
Rump Parliament
members of a republican and democratic faction in England dur…
a group of Protestant Englihs agrarian communalists that were…
An English Philosopher who wrote "The Leviathan", established…
The English Parliament after Colonel Pride purged the Long Pa…
Levelers
members of a republican and democratic faction in England dur…
Diggers
a group of Protestant Englihs agrarian communalists that were…
13 terms
Unit 2 - British History
Traditional ceremonies exist in Britai…
MPs in the House of Commons sit
The Queen's annual speech
1215
They evoke historical memories/add legitimacy to the system,…
facing each other, with the government party on the speaker's…
equivalent to State of the Union address, written by government
King John compelled to sign Magna Carta; check on crown's power
Traditional ceremonies exist in Britai…
They evoke historical memories/add legitimacy to the system,…
MPs in the House of Commons sit
facing each other, with the government party on the speaker's…
Unit 2: British History
Henry VII
Henry VIII
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
1st King of the Tudor Dynasty
Tudor King that broke with the Roman Catholic Church
Henry's 1st wife, Mother of Mary
2nd of Henry's wives, Mother of Elizabeth
Henry VII
1st King of the Tudor Dynasty
Henry VIII
Tudor King that broke with the Roman Catholic Church
British History Day 2
Elizabeth I
Elizabeth I
Elizabeth I
Elizabeth I
Last Tudor Monarch
Unmarried virgin queen
Fought the Spanish Armada, gave tilbury speech before the bat…
Had spymaster Francis Washington
Elizabeth I
Last Tudor Monarch
Elizabeth I
Unmarried virgin queen
British Literary History 2
French Revolution
First Edition of Lyrical Ballards
Final Preface of Lyrical Ballards
British Slave Trade outlawed
1789-1815
1798
1802
1807
French Revolution
1789-1815
First Edition of Lyrical Ballards
1798
17 terms
British History round 2
Queen Mary
Edward VI
Edward Seymour, duke of sommerset
Thomas Seymour, Baron of Sudedly
ruled 1553-1558... Burned over 300 heretics... restored catholic ch…
"boy tyrant"... 1547-53... regetns were his uncles... fierce protestan…
blamed economic problems on enclosure, not debased coinage an…
Ambitous brother, wanted to be lord protector... way he tried to…
Queen Mary
ruled 1553-1558... Burned over 300 heretics... restored catholic ch…
Edward VI
"boy tyrant"... 1547-53... regetns were his uncles... fierce protestan…
24 terms
British History 2
Act of Appeals (1533)
The Appellants (Lords Appellant)
Book of Common Prayer of 1559
Boulogne
-Cut off all appeals to Rome, arguing that the English church…
-Group of noblemen brought treason charges against some of th…
-Third revision for the Anglican Church... -Brought about by the…
-A county within the kingdom of France ... -Centered on the city…
Act of Appeals (1533)
-Cut off all appeals to Rome, arguing that the English church…
The Appellants (Lords Appellant)
-Group of noblemen brought treason charges against some of th…
15 terms
British history - part 2
cease
bestow
heir
chieftain
å opphøre
å by fram
arving
høvding
cease
å opphøre
bestow
å by fram
British History Exam #2
Battle of Agincourt
Act of Appeals
the Appellants (Lords Appellant)
Book of Common Prayer of 1559
Very famous English victory over France. Resulted in a treaty…
Political process that enforced Royal Supremacy and royal cro…
Under Richard the 2nd, Parliament used to condemn royal favor…
Third revision for Anglican church. Brought about by Elizabet…
Battle of Agincourt
Very famous English victory over France. Resulted in a treaty…
Act of Appeals
Political process that enforced Royal Supremacy and royal cro…
51 terms
British history 2.2
strength
meanwhile
engage
abroad
сила, прочность
тем временем
заниматься
за границей
strength
сила, прочность
meanwhile
тем временем
8 terms
British History Set 2
Corruption
Salvation
Indulgences
Transubstantiation
People in powerful positions abusing power/
Reaching heaven or the after life.
A relic that is bought to guarantee you time in heaven.
The transformation of the wine and bread into Jesus' body and…
Corruption
People in powerful positions abusing power/
Salvation
Reaching heaven or the after life.
55 terms
Unit 2: British History
Henry VII
Henry VIII
Catherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
First King of the Tudor Dynasty
Tudor King that broke with the Roman Catholic Church
Henry's 1st wife, Mother of Mary
Second of Henry's wives, Mother of Elizabeth
Henry VII
First King of the Tudor Dynasty
Henry VIII
Tudor King that broke with the Roman Catholic Church
British History
Age of Nations
Anglo-Saxons
Magna Carta
"Model Parliament"
Also known as the Modern Age
Jutes, Angles, and Saxons-- collectlivly
The ancient rights and privileges of the people were clearly…
In 1295, representative government became a regular feature o…
Age of Nations
Also known as the Modern Age
Anglo-Saxons
Jutes, Angles, and Saxons-- collectlivly
23 terms
Section 2 - British History
Explain why the British government int…
Explain why Lloyd George became Prime…
Explain why WW1 had a great impact on…
Explain why conscription was introduce…
1.Political (MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT)- the government needed to…
1. Short term POLITICAL factor - If Asquith had not experienc…
1. Most importantly, politically, WW1 hindered the Liberal Pa…
1. Most important reason - MILITARY - the need for more men o…
Explain why the British government int…
1.Political (MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT)- the government needed to…
Explain why Lloyd George became Prime…
1. Short term POLITICAL factor - If Asquith had not experienc…
50 terms
British history 2.1
reference
lay
to miss the aim
aim
справка
положение
промахнуться
цель
reference
справка
lay
положение
50 terms
British history 2.3
daring deeds
dare
to worship
rebellion
отчаянные вылазки
посметь
боготворить
восстание
daring deeds
отчаянные вылазки
dare
посметь
201 terms
British history 2
garter
courtier
tied
the order of the garter
подвязка
придворный
подвязал
Орден Подвязки
garter
подвязка
courtier
придворный
50 terms
British history 2.4
garter
courtier
tied
the order of the garter
подвязка
придворный
подвязал
Орден Подвязки
garter
подвязка
courtier
придворный
British History Midterm 2
The Protestant Ascendancy
War of American Independence
Stamp Act
Townshend Acts
political, economic, social domination by a small portion of…
Conflict between the american colonies and the crown- left th…
Act by parliament placing a tax on almost all paper goods (ne…
Series of Acts put forth by parliament that raised revenue fr…
The Protestant Ascendancy
political, economic, social domination by a small portion of…
War of American Independence
Conflict between the american colonies and the crown- left th…
64 terms
British history test 2
Edward Seymour
Dissolution of Chantries
Summer Set House
King Edward VI grammar schools
Man that Henry VIII left in charge when he died. He was suppo…
When they got rid of the places where people paid to make the…
Edward Seymour built this himself with some of the money from…
schools built with the money from the dissolution of chantrie…
Edward Seymour
Man that Henry VIII left in charge when he died. He was suppo…
Dissolution of Chantries
When they got rid of the places where people paid to make the…
25 terms
History British Depth 2
500
20,000
100,000
2 million
Number of NUWSS branches
Usual crowds at Suffragist events
Members of the Suffragists
Volunteers for the British Army by 1916
500
Number of NUWSS branches
20,000
Usual crowds at Suffragist events
32 terms
British History
Stonehenge
The Celts
The Roman Invasion
The Saxon Invasion
2900-1500BC, a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain, Wilts…
group of peoples from Central Europe that invaded the British…
From 55-53 BC, occupation lasted from AD 43 to AD 409, I.e. 4…
From ca. 430 AD, the Germanic tribes the Angles, the Saxons a…
Stonehenge
2900-1500BC, a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain, Wilts…
The Celts
group of peoples from Central Europe that invaded the British…
10 terms
BRITISH HISTORY QUIZ 2
augustine
anglo- saxons
beowulf
thegns
called to carry the gospel to England... job is to convert one p…
came in a few diverse groups. Anglo-saxons who settles in Eng…
describes 5th century of the Anglo-Saxons who crossed the Nor…
warriors that surrounded the King. Medieval "secret service".…
augustine
called to carry the gospel to England... job is to convert one p…
anglo- saxons
came in a few diverse groups. Anglo-saxons who settles in Eng…
27 terms
British History Quiz 2
St. Benedict of Nursia
Monte Cassino
Synod of Whitby
Theodore of Tarsus
-"Father of Western monasticism
st. benedicts monastery
turning point in the development of the church in England
Organized church of England into bishoprics and parishes
St. Benedict of Nursia
-"Father of Western monasticism
Monte Cassino
st. benedicts monastery
52 terms
British history 3.2
small-pox
cautious
in his name
charming
оспа
осторожный
от его имени
очаровательный
small-pox
оспа
cautious
осторожный
31 terms
British History Dates 2
Dick Turpin hanged at York
Last beheading execution
Boston Tea party
Captain Cook reaches Australia
7 April 1739
1747
December 1773
1770
Dick Turpin hanged at York
7 April 1739
Last beheading execution
1747
British History test 2
Simon de Montfort
Longbow
Lollards
John of Gaunt
Earl of Leicester who lead the rebellion against henry the II…
A large bow that is drawn by hand. It was a major component i…
People that broke off from the catholic church and believed t…
Duke of Lancaster and the third Son of Edward III. (although…
Simon de Montfort
Earl of Leicester who lead the rebellion against henry the II…
Longbow
A large bow that is drawn by hand. It was a major component i…
35 terms
British History - Chapter 2
What was national debt?
When was national debt set up?
What was the sinking fund?
When did the sinking fund start?
A long term debt set up initially to meet the cost of the con…
1696
A saving scheme to pay off national debt. Tax money was put i…
1716
What was national debt?
A long term debt set up initially to meet the cost of the con…
When was national debt set up?
1696
48 terms
British History Quiz 2
What was the importance of the battle…
Who was King Shaks?... (Afghanistan)
Muhammad Amahd... (Afghanistan)
What was the significance of the battl…
Shocking British defeat in Afghanistan by the Zulus even thou…
He trained the Zulu warriors and designed their shields; very…
1881 British lost control of Sudan in Afghanistan due to upri…
British troops led by Sir Herbert Kitchener... British won & reg…
What was the importance of the battle…
Shocking British defeat in Afghanistan by the Zulus even thou…
Who was King Shaks?... (Afghanistan)
He trained the Zulu warriors and designed their shields; very…
40 terms
British history test 2
What were the five evils identified in…
Beveridge report
War aims committee
Insurance act
Want, disease, squalor, ignorance, and idleness
1942. Identified five giant evils and social programs to get…
come up with goals of what post-war Europe would look like
1946. Brits contributed to a fund that would pay them a fixed…
What were the five evils identified in…
Want, disease, squalor, ignorance, and idleness
Beveridge report
1942. Identified five giant evils and social programs to get…
32 terms
British History
Stonehenge
The Celts
The Roman Invasion
The Saxon Invasion
2900-1500BC, a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain, Wilts…
group of peoples from Central Europe that invaded the British…
From 55-53 BC, occupation lasted from AD 43 to AD 409, I.e. 4…
From ca. 430 AD, the Germanic tribes the Angles, the Saxons a…
Stonehenge
2900-1500BC, a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain, Wilts…
The Celts
group of peoples from Central Europe that invaded the British…
45 terms
British History
Stonehenge
Stonehenge
The Celts
The Roman Invasion
2900-1500 BC, a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain, Wilt…
Henges were centres of political, economic and religious impo…
group of peoples from Central Europe that invaded the British…
From 55-53 BC, occupation lasted from AD 43 to AD 409, I.e. 4…
Stonehenge
2900-1500 BC, a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain, Wilt…
Stonehenge
Henges were centres of political, economic and religious impo…
British History 2 E-E 6.a
heir
megalith
poverty
subject
the next in the hierarchy to rule a country
usually a very old and enormous man-made structure of stone
the state of being poor
a person who is under the ruler's power
heir
the next in the hierarchy to rule a country
megalith
usually a very old and enormous man-made structure of stone
13 terms
British History
Who was PM 1945-1951?
Who was PM 1951-1955?
Who was PM 1955-1957?
Who was PM 1957-1963?
Clement Attlee (labour)
Winston Churchill (conservative)
Antony Eden (conservative)
Harold Macmillan (conservative)
Who was PM 1945-1951?
Clement Attlee (labour)
Who was PM 1951-1955?
Winston Churchill (conservative)
British History 2 E-H 6.a
megalith
well-developed
best-known
remain
nagy kőemlék
jól fejlett
jólismert
marad
megalith
nagy kőemlék
well-developed
jól fejlett
British History Question Set 2
What famous stone did Edward I take fr…
What is the Stone of Scone used for?
What royal dynasty was begun by King W…
What dynasty followed the Norman dynas…
the Stone of Scone or Stone of Destiny
Coronations
The Norman dynasty
Plantagenets
What famous stone did Edward I take fr…
the Stone of Scone or Stone of Destiny
What is the Stone of Scone used for?
Coronations
13 terms
British History, Ch 16
King William's War
War of the Spanish Succession
Queen Anne's War
Philip V
A war of mainly raids and frontier massacres
Led to Philip V becoming King of Spain
American version of War of Succession.... The second in series o…
Remained King of Spain after War of Spanish Succession
King William's War
A war of mainly raids and frontier massacres
War of the Spanish Succession
Led to Philip V becoming King of Spain
British History
Anglo-Saxons
Alfred the Great
Normans
Harold Hadrada
A united kingdom of the German Saxons and Angles (both of whi…
(849-899) King of Wessex from 871 to 899; he defeated Danish…
A member of a Viking people who raided and then settled in th…
Norwegian claimant to English throne. Dies at the Battle of H…
Anglo-Saxons
A united kingdom of the German Saxons and Angles (both of whi…
Alfred the Great
(849-899) King of Wessex from 871 to 899; he defeated Danish…
12 terms
British History, Ch 11
regicide
Oliver Cromwell
common laws
English Civil War
execution of the king-Charles 1 was executed
Ruled Commonwealth of England, Ireland, and Scotland. Called…
laws designed to keep the peace
did not create a new nation, but made a newer version of the…
regicide
execution of the king-Charles 1 was executed
Oliver Cromwell
Ruled Commonwealth of England, Ireland, and Scotland. Called…
42 terms
British History
449
597
750
871
Anglo-Saxons invade the British Isles
St. Augustine arrives and builds a cathedral at Canterbury in…
The surviving version of Beowulf completed
Alfred the Great becomes King of Wessex. He saves English as…
449
Anglo-Saxons invade the British Isles
597
St. Augustine arrives and builds a cathedral at Canterbury in…
12 terms
British History, Ch 14
Mary
William III, Prince of Orange
Whigs and Tories
Parliament passed these laws during re…
loved by the people who wanted her to reign all by herself
Co-ruled with Mary, although the people wanted him to have a…
2 political parties at that time
1) Mutiny Act required that Parliament must approve armed for…
Mary
loved by the people who wanted her to reign all by herself
William III, Prince of Orange
Co-ruled with Mary, although the people wanted him to have a…
124 terms
British history
55 BC / 54 BC
43 AD
60 AD
122-128 AD
Roman invasions (Julius Caesar)
began of the Roman conquest
Iceni revolt
Hadrian's wall
55 BC / 54 BC
Roman invasions (Julius Caesar)
43 AD
began of the Roman conquest
14 terms
British History, Ch 15
Whigs and Tories
Whigs
Tories
George II
1st political parties in history
Anti Catholic... Wanted Parliament to be strongest political ent…
For the church of England... Wanted king or queen to be strong r…
His 3 passions were the army, music and his wife (hopefully n…
Whigs and Tories
1st political parties in history
Whigs
Anti Catholic... Wanted Parliament to be strongest political ent…
17 terms
Early American History - Unit 2: British Colonies
Sir Walter Raleigh
Maryland Colony
Anne Hutchinson
William Penn
In 1578, Raleigh sailed to America with explorer Sir Humphrey…
Proprietary Colony (belonged to one man: Lord Baltimore)... Engl…
Woman who challenged Puritan religious authorities in Massach…
An English Quaker that founded Pennsylvania in 1682 as a "hol…
Sir Walter Raleigh
In 1578, Raleigh sailed to America with explorer Sir Humphrey…
Maryland Colony
Proprietary Colony (belonged to one man: Lord Baltimore)... Engl…
British History Question Set 2
What famous stone did Edward I take fr…
What is the Stone of Scone used for?
What royal dynasty was begun by King W…
What dynasty followed the Norman dynas…
the Stone of Scone or Stone of Destiny
Coronations
The Norman dynasty
Plantagenets
What famous stone did Edward I take fr…
the Stone of Scone or Stone of Destiny
What is the Stone of Scone used for?
Coronations
5 terms
Q2: History of British immigration
June 1948
1950's & 1960's
1972
1976
• The British society begins to change.... • Arrival of the ship…
• Mass immigration of blacks from the Carribean, Asians from…
British passport-holders born overseas only could enter if th…
Commission for racial equality was set up to deal with cases…
June 1948
• The British society begins to change.... • Arrival of the ship…
1950's & 1960's
• Mass immigration of blacks from the Carribean, Asians from…
37 terms
British History
600-50 BC
55 to 53 BC
43 AD to ca. 400
ca. 430
Celtic cultures are established
Julius Ceasar invades Britain; leaves after gaining victory
Roman occupation of Britain
Angels and Saxons arrive in south east of Britain, displacing…
600-50 BC
Celtic cultures are established
55 to 53 BC
Julius Ceasar invades Britain; leaves after gaining victory
18 terms
British History- part 2 & 3
cease
bestow
heir
chieftain
opphøre
skjenke, gi/by fram
arving
høvding
cease
opphøre
bestow
skjenke, gi/by fram
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