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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
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: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
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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: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
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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…
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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…
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…
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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:…
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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 - 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 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: The French Revolution
The Old Regime (Ancien Regime)
Louis XVI
Marie Antoinette
Jacques Necker
The political and social system of France in the eighteenth c…
Last king of France before the Revolution; failed to fix Fran…
Louis XVI's wife, showed more concern for herself than the Fr…
Louis XVI's economic adviser that was fired for recommending…
The Old Regime (Ancien Regime)
The political and social system of France in the eighteenth c…
Louis XVI
Last king of France before the Revolution; failed to fix Fran…
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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…
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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…
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…
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…
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AP European History Timeline
500 BCE - 500 CE
336
312
476
Classical Age (Greeks and Romans)
Alexander the Great
Constantine
Fall of Rome
500 BCE - 500 CE
Classical Age (Greeks and Romans)
336
Alexander the Great
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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…
AP European History Review
Peace of Westphalia
Edict of Nantes
Edict of Fontainebleau
Peace of Augsburg
1648-Ended 30 years war- Set France as predominant power in E…
Limited toleration to Huguenots- Allowed Huguenots to practic…
1685- An edict issued by Louis XIV of France, also known as t…
The Schmalkadic League gave the German Prince's the right to…
Peace of Westphalia
1648-Ended 30 years war- Set France as predominant power in E…
Edict of Nantes
Limited toleration to Huguenots- Allowed Huguenots to practic…
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AP European History Exam
Hundred Years' War
Edward III
Philip the Fair
Joan of Arc
100 Year War between England and France (May 1337-October 145…
English King. Grandson of Philip the Fair of France. Said to…
Former King of France (r.1285-1314)
(1412-1431). Basically ended the war between France and the B…
Hundred Years' War
100 Year War between England and France (May 1337-October 145…
Edward III
English King. Grandson of Philip the Fair of France. Said to…
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AP European History : Timeline
15th Century
15th Century
15th Century
15th Century
Renaissance = a secular and humanist movement is created
Rise of powerful bureaucratic nations in Western Europe
Rise of Capitalism as a new economic system
formation of a new middle class called Bourgeois
15th Century
Renaissance = a secular and humanist movement is created
15th Century
Rise of powerful bureaucratic nations in Western Europe
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…
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AP European History Renaissance
Why the Renaissance started in Italian…
Events that mark the beginning of the…
Florence
Ciompi Revolt
Geographically a gateway between East and West... Italians be…
The deaths of Petrarch (father of humanism) and Boccaccio (au…
A city state that is an example of social division and anarch…
An uprising of the poor in Florence due to feuding of classes…
Why the Renaissance started in Italian…
Geographically a gateway between East and West... Italians be…
Events that mark the beginning of the…
The deaths of Petrarch (father of humanism) and Boccaccio (au…
AP European History Hubdates
1450
1492
1517
1588
Renaissance
Age of Exploration
Protestant Reformation... (Martin Luther publishes "95 Thesis")
Defeat of the Spanish Armada
1450
Renaissance
1492
Age of Exploration
AP European History: Chapter 20
Spinning Jenny
Water Frame
Steam Engines
Rocket
a simple, inexpensive, hand-powered spinning machine created…
a spinning machine created by Richard Arkwright that had a ca…
Invented by Thomas Savery in 1698 and Thomas Newcomen in 1705…
George Stephenson's effective locomotive that was first teste…
Spinning Jenny
a simple, inexpensive, hand-powered spinning machine created…
Water Frame
a spinning machine created by Richard Arkwright that had a ca…
AP European History Exam
Scientific Revolution
Nicholas Copernicus
heliocentric
Tycho Brahe
this was not a unified event across Europe, and was a gradual…
this scientist question the geo-centric view of the universe…
the theory that the universe revolves around the sun
a scientist that believed the universe was geocentric and oft…
Scientific Revolution
this was not a unified event across Europe, and was a gradual…
Nicholas Copernicus
this scientist question the geo-centric view of the universe…
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AP European History - European Politics, 1850-1871
Italy
Austria
Russia
Ottoman Empire
Piedmont united this state
"Germanization" of this Empire failed in gaining stability
the emancipation of serfs did not increase the urbanization o…
this shrinking state posed a problem for the BOP politics of…
Italy
Piedmont united this state
Austria
"Germanization" of this Empire failed in gaining stability
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AP European History Chapter 23
749, 1815 (HUB Date)
749, Congress of Vienna
749, Metternich
750, Tsar Alexander I
Abdication of Napoleon, Congress of Vienna
This was the meeting between the Quadruple Alliance in order…
Austrian foreign minister who basically controlled the Congre…
Tsar of Russia from 1801 to 1825, Aleksander would successful…
749, 1815 (HUB Date)
Abdication of Napoleon, Congress of Vienna
749, Congress of Vienna
This was the meeting between the Quadruple Alliance in order…
AP European History- French Revolution
The Three Estates
The First Estate
The Second Estate
The Third Estate
The three orders of France: the clergy, the nobility, and eve…
The clergy
The nobility or the descendants of "those who fought" in the…
The commoners of France that consisted of, prosperous merchan…
The Three Estates
The three orders of France: the clergy, the nobility, and eve…
The First Estate
The clergy
AP European History Ch 12
signori
communes
popolo
Savonarola
Government by one-man rule in Italian cities such as Milan; a…
Sworn associations of free men in Italian cities led by merch…
Disenfranchised common people in Italian cities who resented…
A friar that gave some fiery sermons saying that God will pun…
signori
Government by one-man rule in Italian cities such as Milan; a…
communes
Sworn associations of free men in Italian cities led by merch…
AP European History: Period 1 (1450-1648)
humanists
Brunelleschi
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
European scholars, writers, and teachers associated with the…
The artist and architect credited with discovering linear per…
A well known Italian Renaissance artist, architect, musician,…
(1475-1564) An Italian sculptor, painter, poet, engineer, and…
humanists
European scholars, writers, and teachers associated with the…
Brunelleschi
The artist and architect credited with discovering linear per…
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AP European History: The Reformation
protestant
Erasmus
indulgences
95 Thesis
a member or follower of any of the Western Christian churches…
(1469-1536) greatest humanist in northern Europe; Christian h…
in Christian theology, the remission of part or all of the te…
(by Luther) protest against sale of indulgences—sparked the R…
protestant
a member or follower of any of the Western Christian churches…
Erasmus
(1469-1536) greatest humanist in northern Europe; Christian h…
AP European History
Which of the following best characteri…
Which of the following roles was most…
Calvinist opposition to Spanish rule i…
In his Institutes of the Christian Rel…
(D) They emphasized rhetoric based on classical models.
(E) Patron of the arts
(C) attempts to assassinate Philip II
(B) systematize Protestant doctrine as the basis for a reform…
Which of the following best characteri…
(D) They emphasized rhetoric based on classical models.
Which of the following roles was most…
(E) Patron of the arts
Chapter 4 AP European History
louis xiv
the idea of the balance of power
Charles II of Spain
william iii, prince of orange
the sun king, the grand monarque
a system in which each state tends to throw its weight where…
great-grandson of Philip II of Spain
main opposer to louis xiv expansionist policies
louis xiv
the sun king, the grand monarque
the idea of the balance of power
a system in which each state tends to throw its weight where…
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 (Exploration)
Which two empires dominated the Middle…
What group benefited from large price…
How did Portuguese merchants obtain mo…
Who gave critical support to Portugal'…
The Turkish Ottomans and the Persian Safavids
The middle class
They traded for slaves with local leaders
Prince Henry
Which two empires dominated the Middle…
The Turkish Ottomans and the Persian Safavids
What group benefited from large price…
The middle class
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AP European History- Enlightenment
Mary
Montesquieu
Voltaire
Philosophes
Wollstonecraft British feminist of the eighteenth century who…
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…
Montesquieu
Philosophe who wrote "Spirit of Laws" in 1748. He described t…
46 terms
AP European History: Chapter 11
Vernacular
Secular
Papacy
Laity
the language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a pa…
not connected to religion
the office of the pope of the Catholic Church
ordinary people of the church, not clergy
Vernacular
the language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a pa…
Secular
not connected to religion
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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…
AP European History: Renaissance
doge
secularism
Treaty of Lodi
vernacular
chief executive of Venice elected for life by the senate body…
nonreligious; humanists tended to be more secular with their…
political alliance of Milan, Naples, and Florence against the…
spoken language; text became increasingly written in the vern…
doge
chief executive of Venice elected for life by the senate body…
secularism
nonreligious; humanists tended to be more secular with their…
81 terms
AP European History
Mary Tudor
Opening of the French harbors to the E…
Turkey
Peace of Westphalia
The English monarch married to the Spanish king in 1550's was…
Which of the following was NOT partly responsible for the fai…
The most potent military force in the Mediterranean world in…
Europe's general settlement after Thirty Years' War is known…
Mary Tudor
The English monarch married to the Spanish king in 1550's was…
Opening of the French harbors to the E…
Which of the following was NOT partly responsible for the fai…
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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…
57 terms
Chapter 25 AP European History
Napoleon III (Louis Napoleon)
Giuseppe Mazzini
Vincenzo Gioberti
Victor Emmanuel
- He was elected President of France through universal male s…
He wanted centralized democratic republic and universal male…
A Catholic priest. He wanted a federation of existing stats u…
-Monarch of Sardinia-Piedmont. He ruled with a liberal consti…
Napoleon III (Louis Napoleon)
- He was elected President of France through universal male s…
Giuseppe Mazzini
He wanted centralized democratic republic and universal male…
278 terms
AP European History
95 Theses
Absolutism
Abstractionism
Almanacs
The 95 propositions or challenges to official Church theology…
A theory of government that contends that a rightful ruler ru…
An artistic movement of the late nineteenth and early twentie…
Popular eighteenth-century texts which incorporated much of t…
95 Theses
The 95 propositions or challenges to official Church theology…
Absolutism
A theory of government that contends that a rightful ruler ru…
445 terms
Absolutism (AP European History)
What was declining by the end of the 1…
was was growing by the end of the 16th…
What happened to the idea of a united…
what type of system was replacing the…
religious passion
secularism
fading as secularism grew
the secular state
What was declining by the end of the 1…
religious passion
was was growing by the end of the 16th…
secularism
83 terms
AP European History
Petrarch
Medici Family
Humanism
Renaissance Art
father of humanism, letter to posterity was about himself/his…
Italian family, Catherine de Medici married Henry II, important
scholarly study of Latin and Greek classics & ancient church…
characterized by almost perfect, mathematical symmetry and gr…
Petrarch
father of humanism, letter to posterity was about himself/his…
Medici Family
Italian family, Catherine de Medici married Henry II, important
Ch 26 AP European History
Friedrich Nietzsche
Existentialism
Logical Positivism
Jean Paul Sartre
Rejected Christianity as it is. Believes that western society…
A philosophy that stresses the meaninglessness of existence a…
A philosophy that sees meaning in only those beliefs that can…
An existentialist. Said: existence precedes essence. He meant…
Friedrich Nietzsche
Rejected Christianity as it is. Believes that western society…
Existentialism
A philosophy that stresses the meaninglessness of existence a…
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
50 terms
AP European History- Enlightenment
Mary
Montesquieu
Voltaire
Philosophes
Wollstonecraft British feminist of the eighteenth century who…
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…
Montesquieu
Philosophe who wrote "Spirit of Laws" in 1748. He described t…
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