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AP European History Unit 5
Enlightened Absolutism
Louis XV
Madame de Pompadour
Louis XVI
Absolutist ruler who followed Enlightenment ideas and allowed…
Louis XIV's successor who decided to rule alone in 1743 but h…
Most famous of Louis XV's mistresses. Intelligent, beautiful…
King of France who did not grant the reforms that were demand…
Enlightened Absolutism
Absolutist ruler who followed Enlightenment ideas and allowed…
Louis XV
Louis XIV's successor who decided to rule alone in 1743 but h…
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AP European History Unit 5
Montesquieu
Rousseau
Sieyès
National Assembly
separation of powers, specifically Parliament & the king
Social Contract, General Will, high on equality and liberty
"What is the Third Estate?" addresses how to vote
established constitutional monarchy
Montesquieu
separation of powers, specifically Parliament & the king
Rousseau
Social Contract, General Will, high on equality and liberty
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AP European History Unit 5
Rembrandt von Rijn
Scientific Revolution
Materialism
Aristotelian World View
One of the best painters in Amsterdam
Period of new scientific discovery resulting in new understan…
Realization that the universe is matter in motion
The theory that earth is the motionless center of the universe
Rembrandt von Rijn
One of the best painters in Amsterdam
Scientific Revolution
Period of new scientific discovery resulting in new understan…
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Unit 5 - AP European History
Ptolemy
Aristotle
Geocentrism
Heliocentrism
An ancient Greek writer and mathematician who claimed that th…
Greek philosopher, his ideas were accepted as true for many y…
The idea that the Earth is the center of the universe
The idea that the sun is the center of the universe, introduc…
Ptolemy
An ancient Greek writer and mathematician who claimed that th…
Aristotle
Greek philosopher, his ideas were accepted as true for many y…
AP European History Unit 5 The Scientific Revolution
Homeland of Ambroise Pare
Vesalius wrote
Homeland of Sir Isaac Newton
Homeland of Paracelsus
France
On the Fabric of the Human Body
England
Switzerland
Homeland of Ambroise Pare
France
Vesalius wrote
On the Fabric of the Human Body
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AP European History Unit 5 The Scientific Revolution
france
vesalius
england
switzerland
Homeland of Ambroise Pare
On The Structure of the Human Body
Homeland of Sir Isaac Newton
Homeland of Paracelsus
france
Homeland of Ambroise Pare
vesalius
On The Structure of the Human Body
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AP European History Unit 5
What was the peace of Augsburg?
What is a chief cause of the Religious…
Who was Phillip II
How did Phillip II maintain control in…
Established the idea of "Whose Region, Whose Religion" in Ger…
Calvinists.
-Spain... -Ultra Catholic... -Wanted to completely destroy protesta…
Sent a viceroy and a council to govern each territory. ... They…
What was the peace of Augsburg?
Established the idea of "Whose Region, Whose Religion" in Ger…
What is a chief cause of the Religious…
Calvinists.
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AP European History Unit 5
speed process of weaving on a loom
John Kay
enabled spinners to produce yarn in gr…
James Hargreaves
flying shuttle
who invented flying shuttle?
spinning jenny
who invented the spinning jenny?
speed process of weaving on a loom
flying shuttle
John Kay
who invented flying shuttle?
AP European History- Unit 5
Second Industrial Revolution
Irish Potato Famine
Proletarianization
Chartism
I- (1871-1914) Involved development of chemical, electrical,…
I-famine in 1845 when the main crop of Ireland, potatoes, was…
I- Process of creating working class by instituting various f…
I- A program of political reforms sponsored by British worker…
Second Industrial Revolution
I- (1871-1914) Involved development of chemical, electrical,…
Irish Potato Famine
I-famine in 1845 when the main crop of Ireland, potatoes, was…
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AP European History Unit 5
Open field system
Agricultural revolution
Enclosure
Charles Townsend
Medieval farming method that divided farmland into long narro…
Period of improvements in agricultural practices and message…
18th century English movement with the fencing in of the old…
English agricultural scientist that discovered new plants suc…
Open field system
Medieval farming method that divided farmland into long narro…
Agricultural revolution
Period of improvements in agricultural practices and message…
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AP EUROPEAN HISTORY UNIT 5
Industrial Revolution
Edmund Cartwright
Coke
Flying Shuttle
The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain around the 1…
In 1785, he invented the power loom that saved labor costs in…
The use of steam-driven bellows in the blast furnaces allowed…
Invention by John Kay that allowed the weaver to throw the sh…
Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain around the 1…
Edmund Cartwright
In 1785, he invented the power loom that saved labor costs in…
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AP European History Unit 5
the transition from living power to me…
Industrial Revolution
Great Britain
1760s
What is the Industrial Revolution?
the transition from living power to mechanic power in manufac…
Where does the Industrial Revolution start first?
When does the Industrial Revolution first start?
the transition from living power to me…
What is the Industrial Revolution?
Industrial Revolution
the transition from living power to mechanic power in manufac…
AP European History Unit 5: Absolutism
Palace of Versailles
English Civil War
Oliver Cromwell
Thomas Hobbes
- Royal chateau... - In Versailles in the ile-de-France region o…
- 1642-1649... - A war that reflected the conflict between Charl…
- English military, police, and religious figure... - Led the Pa…
- Famous author... - Leviathan... - Staunch supporter of absolutism…
Palace of Versailles
- Royal chateau... - In Versailles in the ile-de-France region o…
English Civil War
- 1642-1649... - A war that reflected the conflict between Charl…
AP European History Unit 5
Jethro Tull
Enclosure Movement
New Crops
Root Crops
Created the seed drill which reduced the energy required to w…
England's Parliament closed off community land which disrupte…
Corn and Potatoes were introduced into the diets of Europeans.
Turnips and clover, easy to plant and harvest, they also retu…
Jethro Tull
Created the seed drill which reduced the energy required to w…
Enclosure Movement
England's Parliament closed off community land which disrupte…
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Unit 5 - Scientific Revolution (AP European History)
Isaac Newton
Galileo Galilei
Nicolaus Copernicus
Johannes Kepler
An English physicist and mathematician who is widely recogniz…
An Italian astronomer, physicist, engineer, philosopher, and…
A Renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated a m…
A German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer. He was a…
Isaac Newton
An English physicist and mathematician who is widely recogniz…
Galileo Galilei
An Italian astronomer, physicist, engineer, philosopher, and…
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AP European History Unit 5 Key Terms
Three Estates
Estates General
Cahiers
Abbe Sieyes
Will be filled in after covered in class
Will be filled in after covered in class
...
...
Three Estates
Will be filled in after covered in class
Estates General
Will be filled in after covered in class
Stordahl AP European History Unit Five
Bourgoise
Philosophes
Salons
Phisiocrat
French term for the urban middle-class. Later Martx uses the…
French term for the 18th century enlightened thinkers who wer…
Rooms in fashionable homes where lively political discussions…
18th century economic reformers who wanted to replace the eco…
Bourgoise
French term for the urban middle-class. Later Martx uses the…
Philosophes
French term for the 18th century enlightened thinkers who wer…
AP European History Unit 5 Key People
Phillip II (married mary tudor)
Charles I
Charles II
James II
king of Spain and Portugal... signed truce of Vaucelles ... people…
king of England and Scotland... aigned petition of rights... accept…
King of England, Ireland, and Scotland ... Dissolved parliament…
Goes into exile... promoted toleration toward Catholicism... lost c…
Phillip II (married mary tudor)
king of Spain and Portugal... signed truce of Vaucelles ... people…
Charles I
king of England and Scotland... aigned petition of rights... accept…
AP European History Unit 5 Review Material
speed process of weaving on a loom; Jo…
enabled spinners to produce yarn in gr…
spinning machine powered by water or h…
combined aspects of water frame and sp…
What is the flying shuttle? Who invented it?
What is the spinning jenny? Who invented it?
What is the water frame? Who invented it?
What is the mule? Who invented it?
speed process of weaving on a loom; Jo…
What is the flying shuttle? Who invented it?
enabled spinners to produce yarn in gr…
What is the spinning jenny? Who invented it?
AP European History Unit 5 Chronology
1600
1688
1683
1702-1714
Dutch-East India Company Founded
The Glorious Revolution
Siege of Vienna
War of Spanish Succesion
1600
Dutch-East India Company Founded
1688
The Glorious Revolution
HHS AP European History Unit 5
Divine Right of Kings
Paulette
Fronde
Parlement
Doctrine that states that the right of ruling comes from God…
In compensation for the lost revenues in 1602-1604, Henry IV…
The last aristocratic revolt against a French monarch, specif…
The highest court in the land where taxation laws had to be d…
Divine Right of Kings
Doctrine that states that the right of ruling comes from God…
Paulette
In compensation for the lost revenues in 1602-1604, Henry IV…
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AP European History Unit 5 Review Material
speed process of weaving on a loom; Jo…
enabled spinners to produce yarn in gr…
spinning machine powered by water or h…
combined aspects of water frame and sp…
What is the flying shuttle? Who invented it?
What is the spinning jenny? Who invented it?
What is the water frame? Who invented it?
What is the mule? Who invented it?
speed process of weaving on a loom; Jo…
What is the flying shuttle? Who invented it?
enabled spinners to produce yarn in gr…
What is the spinning jenny? Who invented it?
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AP European History Unit 4 and Unit 5
Montezuma II
Prince Henry the Navigator (1394-1460)
King John II (r. 1481-1495)
Bartholomew Diaz
King of the Aztecs, killed by Hernando Cortez
Portuguese King who opened Portugal to Lead Europe in Explora…
Portuguese King who helped Portuguese exploration
First explorer to sail around the Cape of Good Hope (Portugue…
Montezuma II
King of the Aztecs, killed by Hernando Cortez
Prince Henry the Navigator (1394-1460)
Portuguese King who opened Portugal to Lead Europe in Explora…
AP European History Unit 5 "The Isms"
Corn Laws
The Reform Bill of 1832
Burschenschaften
Carlsbad Decrees of 1819
Passed in 1815 by the Tory party, restricted foreign grain im…
resulted in the House of Commons becoming the all dominant Ho…
The German University fraternities that dedicated to promotin…
The decrees were imposed by Metternich and discouraged libera…
Corn Laws
Passed in 1815 by the Tory party, restricted foreign grain im…
The Reform Bill of 1832
resulted in the House of Commons becoming the all dominant Ho…
AP European History: Unit 5 Lecture Vocabulary
bourgeoisie
philosophes
salon
physiocrats
French term for the urban middle class. Latter Marx uses the…
French term for the 18th century enlightened thinkers who wer…
Rooms in fashionable houses where lively political disscussio…
18th century economic reformers who wanted to replace the the…
bourgeoisie
French term for the urban middle class. Latter Marx uses the…
philosophes
French term for the 18th century enlightened thinkers who wer…
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New AP European History -Isms for Unit 5
Nationalism
Romanticism
Liberalism
Communism
Intense pride in language, culture, and identity of the nation
A rejection of Enlightenment emphasis on reason; tribute to m…
Individual rights over community
No private ownership
Nationalism
Intense pride in language, culture, and identity of the nation
Romanticism
A rejection of Enlightenment emphasis on reason; tribute to m…
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Unit 5 AP European History - Scientists and Their Works
René Descartes
Issac Newton
Galileo
Copernicus
Discourse on Method in 1637 ... Meditations in 1641
Principia Mathematica in 1687
Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina... Dialogue Concerning the…
On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres in 1543
René Descartes
Discourse on Method in 1637 ... Meditations in 1641
Issac Newton
Principia Mathematica in 1687
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AP European History- Unit 5: The Scientific Revolution and The Enlightenment
Scientific Revolution
Copernicus
Heliocentric view
Tycho Brahe
The scientific revolution was the emergence of modern science…
(1473-1543) ... •Astronomer ... •Argued a Heliocentric view in his…
The theory that states the Earth revolves around the Sun and…
(1446-1601)... •Europe's leasing astronomer in the late-16th cen…
Scientific Revolution
The scientific revolution was the emergence of modern science…
Copernicus
(1473-1543) ... •Astronomer ... •Argued a Heliocentric view in his…
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Unit 5 Ap European vocab.
Francis Bacon
Catherine the Great
Nicolaus Copernicus
Deism
(1561-1626) English politician, writer. Formalized the empiri…
Empress of Russia who greatly increased the territory of the…
A Polish astronomer who proved that the Ptolemaic system was…
The religion of the Enlightenment (1700s). Followers believed…
Francis Bacon
(1561-1626) English politician, writer. Formalized the empiri…
Catherine the Great
Empress of Russia who greatly increased the territory of the…
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AP European unit 5
Congress of Vienna
Quadruple alliance
Klemmens von Metternich
Robert Castlereagh
1814, allies of Russia, Prussia, Austria, and Great Britain m…
November 20, 1815 treaty that united Russia, Prussia, Austria…
(1773-1859) Austria's foreign minister, defended rights and p…
(1769-1822) Foreign minister of Great Britain, representative…
Congress of Vienna
1814, allies of Russia, Prussia, Austria, and Great Britain m…
Quadruple alliance
November 20, 1815 treaty that united Russia, Prussia, Austria…
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AP European History: Absolutism & Constitutionalism - Unit 5, Chapter 15
Serfdom
Sovereignty
Absolutism
Totalitarianism
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
A form of government, usually hereditary monarchy, in which t…
A political system in which the government has total control…
Serfdom
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Sovereignty
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
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AP European History Unit 5 & Unit 6
What is alchemy?
Where/When did alchemy occur?
Why is alchemy important?
What is Ptolemaic Universe?
- forerunner of chemistry... - change basic metal into gold ... - h…
Medieval Europe
Chemistry evolved from it.
theory in which Earth was in the middle of the Universe
What is alchemy?
- forerunner of chemistry... - change basic metal into gold ... - h…
Where/When did alchemy occur?
Medieval Europe
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Unit 5 AP European
At the Congress of Vienna, the victori…
The Karlsbad decrees of 1819
What did Klemons Von Metternich and Al…
What did the early French Socialist th…
Were guided by the principle of the balance of power
Defined an idea of German nationalism Bill around a common la…
Their support for the principle of active intervention to mai…
They believed that industrial society for minted selfish indi…
At the Congress of Vienna, the victori…
Were guided by the principle of the balance of power
The Karlsbad decrees of 1819
Defined an idea of German nationalism Bill around a common la…
AP European History - Unit 5 and 6 - Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment
What are some reasons for the Scientif…
What are the two scientific universal…
Who was Brahe?
Who was Kepler?
The printing press and more use of vernacular languages in wr…
Heliocentrism is the idea that the sun is the center of the u…
Brahe had an observatory and a telescope that was the best of…
Kepler used Brahe's records to create his laws of planetary m…
What are some reasons for the Scientif…
The printing press and more use of vernacular languages in wr…
What are the two scientific universal…
Heliocentrism is the idea that the sun is the center of the u…
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AP European History - Unit 5 Test Chronology
Dutch-East India Company Founded
The Glorious Revolution
Siege of Vienna
War of Spanish Succession
1600
1688
1683
1702-1714
Dutch-East India Company Founded
1600
The Glorious Revolution
1688
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Unit 5 AP European
At the Congress of Vienna, the victori…
The Karlsbad decrees of 1819
What did Klemons Von Metternich and Al…
What did the early French Socialist th…
Were guided by the principle of the balance of power
Defined an idea of German nationalism Bill around a common la…
Their support for the principle of active intervention to mai…
They believed that industrial society for minted selfish indi…
At the Congress of Vienna, the victori…
Were guided by the principle of the balance of power
The Karlsbad decrees of 1819
Defined an idea of German nationalism Bill around a common la…
AP European History: Absolutism & Constitutionalism - Unit 5, Chapter 15
Serfdom
Sovereignty
Absolutism
Totalitarianism
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
A form of government, usually hereditary monarchy, in which t…
A political system in which the government has total control…
Serfdom
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Sovereignty
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
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AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
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AP European History Unit 5: The Transformation of Eastern Europe, 1648 - 1740
Which of the following statements abou…
The geography of Eastern Europe differ…
In the 1600s, most of Eastern Europe b…
The problem of "exploding diets" in Po…
1 and 2
1 and 2 and 3
All were ruled by elected monarchs.
the liberum veto, which allowed a single member of a diet to…
Which of the following statements abou…
1 and 2
The geography of Eastern Europe differ…
1 and 2 and 3
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AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
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AP Euro Unit 5: West European Leadership
Grand Monarque/Sun King
Charles II of Spain
Franche Comte
"universal monarchy"
Alternate names for Louis XIV
Inherited the Spanish throne in 1665
Free country of Burgundy; French speaking region between duca…
A political situation in which one state might subordinate al…
Grand Monarque/Sun King
Alternate names for Louis XIV
Charles II of Spain
Inherited the Spanish throne in 1665
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AP European History Review
Jacob Burkhardt
Hanseatic League
The Medici
Baldassare Castilglione
a Swiss writer that wrote Civilization of the Renaissance in…
a commercial and defensive league of many merchant guilds and…
a banking family of Florence that controlled much power in th…
wrote Book of The Courtier; a standard for the Renaissance ma…
Jacob Burkhardt
a Swiss writer that wrote Civilization of the Renaissance in…
Hanseatic League
a commercial and defensive league of many merchant guilds and…
AP European History Unit I
1453
1492
1527
feudalism
end of 100 year war
columbus sailed the ocean blue/age of exploration beginning
end of the renaissance; end of feudalism and rise of monarchies
the dominant social system in medieval Europe, in which the n…
1453
end of 100 year war
1492
columbus sailed the ocean blue/age of exploration beginning
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AP European History: Absolutism & Constitutionalism - Unit 5, Chapter 15
Serfdom
Sovereignty
Absolutism
Totalitarianism
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
A form of government, usually hereditary monarchy, in which t…
A political system in which the government has total control…
Serfdom
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Sovereignty
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
AP European History: McKay Textbook Unit 5 (Ch 17)
open-field system
enclosure
proletarianization
cottage industy
ended this sytem of crop growth. started to rotate crops, mor…
putting up fences for each landowner's land, peasants did not…
...
a stage of industrial development in which rural workers used…
open-field system
ended this sytem of crop growth. started to rotate crops, mor…
enclosure
putting up fences for each landowner's land, peasants did not…
European history unit 5
Imperalism
Missionaries
Military and naval bases
Ideology
Search for markets and raw materials.The nations of Europe pr…
Converted the people of Africa and Asia to Christianity
Home country felt compelled to establish a chain of naval bas…
White man's burden, Westerners had an obligation to bring the…
Imperalism
Search for markets and raw materials.The nations of Europe pr…
Missionaries
Converted the people of Africa and Asia to Christianity
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AP History Unit 5
Adam Smith
Akbar
Atlantic
Australia
Scottish philosopher, focused on supply and demand and what h…
Babur's grandson, dyslexic but still brilliant, tries to blen…
Adam Smith
Scottish philosopher, focused on supply and demand and what h…
Akbar
Babur's grandson, dyslexic but still brilliant, tries to blen…
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European History Unit 5
Danegeld
Edgar (959-975)
Canute the Dane (1016-1042)
Wessex
tax to pay tribute to viking raiders in England and France
english king
ruled Anglo-Scandinavia, united them with England
earldom created by Canute the Dane
Danegeld
tax to pay tribute to viking raiders in England and France
Edgar (959-975)
english king
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European History Unit 5
natural rights
Trafalgar
Jacobins
Girondists
Concept developed by John Locke which claimed that every pers…
British naval victory over French and Spanish fleet on Octobe…
political club of French Revolution; represented in the Natio…
A political group of moderate republicans during the French R…
natural rights
Concept developed by John Locke which claimed that every pers…
Trafalgar
British naval victory over French and Spanish fleet on Octobe…
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European History Unit 5
Motives for Exploration
Who Explored?
Mercantilism
How did colonies function?
Gold (and luxury items and overall wealth) ... God (religious fr…
Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, French, English
Economic theory- limited amount of bullion (gold and silver)…
Colonies functioned as providers of raw materials and buyer o…
Motives for Exploration
Gold (and luxury items and overall wealth) ... God (religious fr…
Who Explored?
Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, French, English
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