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AP European History Vocabulary
Period 1
Renaissance
Northern Renaissance
Humanists
1450-1648
A "rebirth" of classical learning and emphasis on humanity be…
Period of the Renaissance from 1497 where Renaissance ideas s…
Scholars who studied and taught the humanities, the skills of…
Period 1
1450-1648
Renaissance
A "rebirth" of classical learning and emphasis on humanity be…
51 terms
AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
51 terms
AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
23 terms
AP European History Vocabulary
clergy
concordat
consummate
treason
the body of all people ordained for religious duties, especia…
an agreement or treaty, especially one between the Vatican an…
make (a marriage or relationship) complete by having sexual i…
the crime of betraying one's country, especially by attemptin…
clergy
the body of all people ordained for religious duties, especia…
concordat
an agreement or treaty, especially one between the Vatican an…
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AP European History - European Consolidation Vocabulary
Puritans
Jean Bodin
Absolutism
John Law
English Protestants who sought to "Purify" the church of Engl…
The 1st to provide a theoretical basis for absolutism... * Wrote…
A government theory proposed by Jean Bodin... *Term applied to s…
Organized a monopoly called The Mississippi Company on tradin…
Puritans
English Protestants who sought to "Purify" the church of Engl…
Jean Bodin
The 1st to provide a theoretical basis for absolutism... * Wrote…
AP EUROPEAN HISTORY VOCABULARY
Key Concept 2.1:
Sovereignty
Fiscal
Absolute authority
Different model of political sovereignty affected the relatio…
supreme power or authority;the authority of a state to govern…
of or relating to government income, especially taxes;or a le…
a government in which one person has unrestricted control ove…
Key Concept 2.1:
Different model of political sovereignty affected the relatio…
Sovereignty
supreme power or authority;the authority of a state to govern…
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AP European History Vocabulary
Absolutism
Anarchism
Art
Balance of Power
Absolutism as a government is when a monarchy has absolute po…
Belief in the abolition of all government and the organizatio…
The expression or application of human creative skill and ima…
A situation or political standing when two or more groups are…
Absolutism
Absolutism as a government is when a monarchy has absolute po…
Anarchism
Belief in the abolition of all government and the organizatio…
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AP EUROPEAN HISTORY TIMELINE
1350-1550
1450-1600
1500s
1520s-1648
Renaissance
The Age of Exploration & the ''Old" Imperialism
The Reformation
Religious Wars
1350-1550
Renaissance
1450-1600
The Age of Exploration & the ''Old" Imperialism
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AP European History : People
Martin Luther(1483-1546)
Henry VIII (r. 1509-1547)
John Calvin (1509-1564)
John Locke (1632-1704)
German Reformation ... Justification by faith alone... Attack indu…
English... "Defender of the Faith"... Pope Leo X allowed his divorc…
French... Book: The Institutes of Christian Religion... Reformation…
English philosopher ... Tabula Rasa: the idea that people are bo…
Martin Luther(1483-1546)
German Reformation ... Justification by faith alone... Attack indu…
Henry VIII (r. 1509-1547)
English... "Defender of the Faith"... Pope Leo X allowed his divorc…
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AP European History Vocabulary
Heresy
Piety
Vernacular
Liturgy
belief or opinion that does not agree with the official belie…
devotion to God: the quality or state of being pious (NOUN)
of or relating to, or using the language of ordinary speech r…
a fixed set of ceremonies, words, etc., that are used during…
Heresy
belief or opinion that does not agree with the official belie…
Piety
devotion to God: the quality or state of being pious (NOUN)
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AP European History Vocabulary
Absolutism
Agriculture (Systematic)
Aristocracy
Autonomy
Power held in a powerful ruler... -Czar (Tsar) ruled with Absolu…
A method of growing crops and domesticating animals ... -created…
A type of government in which the nobility holds power
Self running
Absolutism
Power held in a powerful ruler... -Czar (Tsar) ruled with Absolu…
Agriculture (Systematic)
A method of growing crops and domesticating animals ... -created…
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AP European History Vocabulary
Black Death
Conciliar Movement
Great Schism
Babylonian Captivity
(c. 1346-1353)... Periods of mass bubonic plague epidemics that…
(1300-1500)... Movement where the Roman Catholic Church held tha…
3 popes
Popes stuck in France, not in Rome
Black Death
(c. 1346-1353)... Periods of mass bubonic plague epidemics that…
Conciliar Movement
(1300-1500)... Movement where the Roman Catholic Church held tha…
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AP European History Vocabulary
Black Death (Bubonic Plague)
Great Famine
Hundred Years' War
Babylonian Captivity
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed perhaps 1/…
A terrible famine in 1315-1322 that hit much of Europe after…
A war between England and France from 1337 to 1453, with poli…
The period from 1309 to 1376 when the popes resided in Avigno…
Black Death (Bubonic Plague)
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed perhaps 1/…
Great Famine
A terrible famine in 1315-1322 that hit much of Europe after…
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AP European History - Renaissance
Vernacular Languages
Jacob Burkhardt
The Van Eyck Brothers
Johannes Gutenberg
The common speech of the masses. They were the alternative to…
Nineteenth-century historian who formulated the concept that…
Flemish painters who applied great attention to the details i…
The European inventor of the printing press, which allowed bo…
Vernacular Languages
The common speech of the masses. They were the alternative to…
Jacob Burkhardt
Nineteenth-century historian who formulated the concept that…
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AP European History Vocabulary
Great Famine
Black Death
Flagellants
Agincourt
A terrible famine in 1315-1322 that hit much of Europe after…
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed perhaps on…
People who believed that the plague was God's punishment for…
The location near Arras in Flanders where an English victory…
Great Famine
A terrible famine in 1315-1322 that hit much of Europe after…
Black Death
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed perhaps on…
84 terms
AP European History Vocabulary
Great Famine
Black Death
Flagellants
Agincourt
A terrible famine in 1315-1322 that hit much of Europe after…
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed perhaps on…
People who believed that the plague was God's punishment for…
The location near Arras in Flanders where an English victory…
Great Famine
A terrible famine in 1315-1322 that hit much of Europe after…
Black Death
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed perhaps on…
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AP European History - Renaissance
The Renaissance
Jacob Burckhardt
The Medici Family
Cosimo de Medici
The period of artistic, cultural, and intellectual revival fr…
A 19th century historian who claimed the Renaissance period s…
Most famous dynasty of merchants and bankers who used their w…
Allied with other powerful families of Florence and became th…
The Renaissance
The period of artistic, cultural, and intellectual revival fr…
Jacob Burckhardt
A 19th century historian who claimed the Renaissance period s…
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AP European History - Enlightenment
Mary Wollstonecraft
Montesquieu
Voltaire
Philosophes
British feminist of the eighteenth century who argued for wom…
Philosophe who wrote "Spirit of Laws" in 1748. He described t…
Philosophe who wrote the "Candide", satirizing prejudice, opp…
Body of Enlightenment thinkers. Most famous for writing "Ency…
Mary Wollstonecraft
British feminist of the eighteenth century who argued for wom…
Montesquieu
Philosophe who wrote "Spirit of Laws" in 1748. He described t…
21 terms
AP European history vocabulary
Papacy
Medici
Savonarola
Charles Viii
The office or authority of the pope
A powerful Italian family, of bankers and merchants whose mem…
He was known for his prophecies of civic glory, the destructi…
A monarch of the house of Valois who ruled as king of France…
Papacy
The office or authority of the pope
Medici
A powerful Italian family, of bankers and merchants whose mem…
130 terms
AP European History Vocabulary
Period 1
Renaissance
Northern Renaissance
Humanists
1450-1648
A "rebirth" of classical learning and emphasis on humanity be…
Period of the Renaissance from 1497 where Renaissance ideas s…
Scholars who studied and taught the humanities, the skills of…
Period 1
1450-1648
Renaissance
A "rebirth" of classical learning and emphasis on humanity be…
84 terms
AP European History Vocabulary
nationalism 691
national self-determination 851
national socialism 911
nativism 802
the idea that each people had its own genius and specific ide…
the notion that peoples should be able to choose their own na…
a movement and political party driven by extreme nationalism…
policies and beliefs, often influenced by nationalism, scient…
nationalism 691
the idea that each people had its own genius and specific ide…
national self-determination 851
the notion that peoples should be able to choose their own na…
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AP European History Terms
Patronage
Commune
Oligarchy
Popolo
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
Sworn associations of free men in Italian cities led by merch…
Maintained a façade of republican government, but the judicia…
Disenfranchised common people in Italian cities who resented…
Patronage
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
Commune
Sworn associations of free men in Italian cities led by merch…
50 terms
AP European History Vocabulary
Abdicate
Adhere
Advocate
Analyze
to cast off : discard, to give up sovereign power formally.
to give support or maintain loyalty, to bind to a particular…
one who pleads the case of another.
the study of the separation of the components into its part.
Abdicate
to cast off : discard, to give up sovereign power formally.
Adhere
to give support or maintain loyalty, to bind to a particular…
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AP European History - Absolutism
Catherine the Great
Ivan IV
Treaty of Utrecht
War of Spanish Succession
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
Ended the War of Spanish Succession in 1713, recognizing Fran…
War fought by European powers after the death of the last Hap…
Catherine the Great
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Ivan IV
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
50 terms
AP European History, Vocabulary
abdicate
adhere
advocate
analyze
to cast off; discard, to give up sovereign power formally
to give support or maintain loyalty, to bind to a particular…
one who pleads the case of another
the study of the separation of the components into its part
abdicate
to cast off; discard, to give up sovereign power formally
adhere
to give support or maintain loyalty, to bind to a particular…
78 terms
AP European History Vocabulary
Warsaw Confederation
39 Articles
95 Theses
Alexander VI
religious tolerance in Poland
Book of common prayer
Martin Luther
corrupt bishop
Warsaw Confederation
religious tolerance in Poland
39 Articles
Book of common prayer
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AP European History art
pre-renaissance art
renaissance art
Masaccio, renaissance
Leonardo Da Vinci, renaissance
no perspective or attention to detail... unrealistic... gold leaf... r…
emphasis on proportion and perspective... effort to look 3D and…
Tribute Money ... (not the real painting, but realize that his i…
Mona Lisa
pre-renaissance art
no perspective or attention to detail... unrealistic... gold leaf... r…
renaissance art
emphasis on proportion and perspective... effort to look 3D and…
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AP European History - Reformation
Jansenism
Index of Forbidden Books
Council of Trent
Jesuits
Movement within the seventeenth-century Catholic Church. It o…
Written by Pope Paul IV as part of the Counter-Reformation. I…
Summoned by Pope Paul III to try and define Catholic doctrine…
A religious order known as the Society of Jesus, created to s…
Jansenism
Movement within the seventeenth-century Catholic Church. It o…
Index of Forbidden Books
Written by Pope Paul IV as part of the Counter-Reformation. I…
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AP European History - Renaissance
Italian Renaissance
Jacob Burckhart
city-states
commenda system
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
19th century historian that claimed the Renaissance period st…
a political phenomenon of small independent states in the nor…
Contract between merchant and... "merchant-adventurer" who agree…
Italian Renaissance
a great cultural movement which brought about a period of sci…
Jacob Burckhart
19th century historian that claimed the Renaissance period st…
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AP European History Vocabulary European State Consolidation
absolutism
Act of Settlement
Bill of Rights
Book of Sports
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
law passed by Parliament that stated that the English crown w…
1689, no law can be suspended by the king; no taxes raised; n…
This permits recreational games on Sunday for those who atten…
absolutism
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Act of Settlement
law passed by Parliament that stated that the English crown w…
51 terms
AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
24 terms
AP European History Books
Wealth Of Nations
Communist Manifesto
Two Treatises on Civil Government
Principia
Author: Adam Smith... Year: 1776... Purpose: Discussed 3 popularize…
Author: Karl Marx (and Friedrich Engels)... Year: 1848... Purpose:…
Author: John Locke... Year:1689... Purpose: A work of political phi…
Author: Isaac Newton... Year: 1687... Purpose: Started the foundati…
Wealth Of Nations
Author: Adam Smith... Year: 1776... Purpose: Discussed 3 popularize…
Communist Manifesto
Author: Karl Marx (and Friedrich Engels)... Year: 1848... Purpose:…
51 terms
AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
47 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 11
Little Ice Age
Black Death
Bubonic Plague
Yersina pestis
Occurred towards the end of the 1200s as a small drop in temp…
Devastating natural disaster of 1300s, killing 25%-50% of the…
Most common and important form of plague in the time of the B…
Scientific name for the deadly bacterium carried by host flea…
Little Ice Age
Occurred towards the end of the 1200s as a small drop in temp…
Black Death
Devastating natural disaster of 1300s, killing 25%-50% of the…
47 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 12
Renaissance
Jacob Burkhardt
Leon Battista Alberti
Hanseatic League
Meant "rebirth"; took place between 1350 and 1550 and was a r…
Modern Swiss historian who developed the concept of the Renai…
Florentine architect in the 1400s who emphasized individual a…
A league of North German costal towns in a commercial and mil…
Renaissance
Meant "rebirth"; took place between 1350 and 1550 and was a r…
Jacob Burkhardt
Modern Swiss historian who developed the concept of the Renai…
11 terms
AP European History Timeline
1400-1450
1450-1500
1500-1550
1550-1600
Medici family in power in Florence (1434-)... Invention of Print…
Medici family in power in Florence (-1494)... Marriage of Isabel…
Castiglione, The Courtier (1528)... Martin Luther, "Ninety-Five…
Habsburg-Valois Wars (-1559)... Council of Trent (-1563)... Reign o…
1400-1450
Medici family in power in Florence (1434-)... Invention of Print…
1450-1500
Medici family in power in Florence (-1494)... Marriage of Isabel…
16 terms
AP European History Introductory Vocabulary
Bronze Age
Monotheism
Polis
Peloponnesian Wars
The name given to the earliest civilized era, c. 4000 to 1000…
The worship of one universal God.
The basic Greek political unit. Usually, but incompletely, tr…
The protracted struggle between Athens and Sparta to dominate…
Bronze Age
The name given to the earliest civilized era, c. 4000 to 1000…
Monotheism
The worship of one universal God.
45 terms
AP European History Reformation Vocabulary
Protestant Reformation
Martin Luther
Indulgences
"Justification of Faith"
Religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church b…
95 Thesis, posted in 1517, led to religious reform in Germany…
Selling of forgiveness by the Catholic Church. It was common…
martin luther's concept that faith alone is enough to bring s…
Protestant Reformation
Religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church b…
Martin Luther
95 Thesis, posted in 1517, led to religious reform in Germany…
10 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 2
Petrarch
Humanism
Pico della Mirandola
Machiavelli, The Prince
An Italian humanist, he was one of the first people to realiz…
A general word for the new learning the critical study of Lat…
A Renaissance humanist, he wrote a remarkable essay: On the D…
He wrote this book to suggest how a ruler should gain, mainta…
Petrarch
An Italian humanist, he was one of the first people to realiz…
Humanism
A general word for the new learning the critical study of Lat…
50 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 14
Prester John
The Travels of John Mandeville
Marco Polo
"God, Glory, and Gold"
...
...
...
...
Prester John
...
The Travels of John Mandeville
...
50 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 15
witches
30 years war
Gustavus Adolphus
Peace of Westphalia
...
...
...
...
witches
...
30 years war
...
10 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 3
Pluralism
sale of indulgences
Erasmus, In Praise of Folly
German Peasants War
The practice of holding two or more church office at the same…
The Catholic church would collect money or sell things in ord…
Erasmus, the first well known Christian humanist wrote this b…
A series of wars between the Clergy and groups of peasants an…
Pluralism
The practice of holding two or more church office at the same…
sale of indulgences
The Catholic church would collect money or sell things in ord…
106 terms
AP European History, Vocabulary & Events
Iconoclasm
Feudalism
Fief
Transubstantiation
Iconoclasm is the belief that there should not be religious p…
A political system in which Nobles are granted land in exchan…
Land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty an…
The belief that while the bread and wine of the Mass maintain…
Iconoclasm
Iconoclasm is the belief that there should not be religious p…
Feudalism
A political system in which Nobles are granted land in exchan…
23 terms
AP European History - Absolutism
Catherine the Great
Ivan IV
Treaty of Utrecht
War of Spanish Succession
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
Ended the War of Spanish Succession in 1713, recognizing Fran…
War fought by European powers after the death of the last Hap…
Catherine the Great
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Ivan IV
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
50 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 13
Christian humanism
Desiderius Erasmus
Thomas More
Pluralism
The effect of the spread of Renaissance humanism to northern…
Wrote the Praise of the Folly in 1511, which effectively crit…
Wrote Utopia in 1516, where he discusses a perfect society an…
Led to absenteeism in the 1400s, where many positions in chur…
Christian humanism
The effect of the spread of Renaissance humanism to northern…
Desiderius Erasmus
Wrote the Praise of the Folly in 1511, which effectively crit…
47 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 11
Little Ice Age
Black Death
Bubonic Plague
Yersina pestis
Occurred towards the end of the 1200s as a small drop in temp…
Devastating natural disaster of 1300s, killing 25%-50% of the…
Most common and important form of plague in the time of the B…
Scientific name for the deadly bacterium carried by host flea…
Little Ice Age
Occurred towards the end of the 1200s as a small drop in temp…
Black Death
Devastating natural disaster of 1300s, killing 25%-50% of the…
50 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 14
Prester John
The Travels of John Mandeville
Marco Polo
"God, Glory, and Gold"
...
...
...
...
Prester John
...
The Travels of John Mandeville
...
50 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 15
witches
30 years war
Gustavus Adolphus
Peace of Westphalia
...
...
...
...
witches
...
30 years war
...
50 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 13
Christian humanism
Desiderius Erasmus
Thomas More
Pluralism
The effect of the spread of Renaissance humanism to northern…
Wrote the Praise of the Folly in 1511, which effectively crit…
Wrote Utopia in 1516, where he discusses a perfect society an…
Led to absenteeism in the 1400s, where many positions in chur…
Christian humanism
The effect of the spread of Renaissance humanism to northern…
Desiderius Erasmus
Wrote the Praise of the Folly in 1511, which effectively crit…
47 terms
AP European History Vocabulary 12
Renaissance
Jacob Burkhardt
Leon Battista Alberti
Hanseatic League
Meant "rebirth"; took place between 1350 and 1550 and was a r…
Modern Swiss historian who developed the concept of the Renai…
Florentine architect in the 1400s who emphasized individual a…
A league of North German costal towns in a commercial and mil…
Renaissance
Meant "rebirth"; took place between 1350 and 1550 and was a r…
Jacob Burkhardt
Modern Swiss historian who developed the concept of the Renai…
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