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Ap History Chapter 3
Indentured system
patriachal society
Pennsylvania Dutch
Norther Economy
In exchange for transportation/shelter, individuals agreed to…
society in which men rule their families, and people trace th…
German mennonites who migrated to colonial Pennsylvania and f…
Based on industry and factory work but used cotton that was p…
Indentured system
In exchange for transportation/shelter, individuals agreed to…
patriachal society
society in which men rule their families, and people trace th…
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AP US History Chapter 3
John Calvin
Church of England
Puritans
Separatists
Calvinism/Fate
By King Henry VIII, broken from Roman Catholic Church
English reformers whom undertook a total purification of Engl…
Puritans whom chose to break away entirely from Church of Eng…
John Calvin
Calvinism/Fate
Church of England
By King Henry VIII, broken from Roman Catholic Church
Chapter3 (AP History)
Indenture system
Birth and Death Rates
Midwives
Patriarchal society
the system of temporary servitude in the new world young men…
the ratio of total live births to total population in a speci…
a person (typically a woman) trained to assist women in child…
a social system in which males hold primary power and predomi…
Indenture system
the system of temporary servitude in the new world young men…
Birth and Death Rates
the ratio of total live births to total population in a speci…
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AP US History Chapter 3
Early America
British Ways
Seaboard Ecology
Sectional Differences
Southern was mostly English. Early settlers were mostly Scott…
Believed in participation in government
Impact of environment, over fished, native conflict
Virginia didn't really have families. MA is mostly men, and t…
Early America
Southern was mostly English. Early settlers were mostly Scott…
British Ways
Believed in participation in government
AP World History Chapter 3
Hellenistic kingdoms
The Minoans and the Mycenaeans
Peninsula, seafaring and trade
Ideas and technology
Area that are influenced by classical Greek culture are known…
What were the two cultures that provided a foundation for lat…
The Greek mainland is a giant...and this made...important
The Greeks leaned new...thorough trade
Hellenistic kingdoms
Area that are influenced by classical Greek culture are known…
The Minoans and the Mycenaeans
What were the two cultures that provided a foundation for lat…
AP World History Chapter 3
Loess
Shang
Documents
Di (dee)
a fine, light silt deposited by wind and water. It contribute…
the dominant ppl in the earliest Chinese dynasty for which we…
Oracle bones ( shoulder bones of cattle and bottom shells of…
Supreme god, controls storms
Loess
a fine, light silt deposited by wind and water. It contribute…
Shang
the dominant ppl in the earliest Chinese dynasty for which we…
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Chapter 3 AP World History
Persian empire
Athenian democracy
Greco-Persian wars
Hellenistic era
a major empire that expanded from Iranian plateau to incorpor…
a radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
2 major Persian invasions of Greece, in 490 BCE and 480 BCE i…
period from 323 to 30 BCE in which Greek culture spread widel…
Persian empire
a major empire that expanded from Iranian plateau to incorpor…
Athenian democracy
a radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
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AP US History Chapter 3
Colonists in both the North and the So…
Predestination
Conversion
Antinomianism
patterns of settlement; economies; political systems; values.
belief that from the moment of creation some souls were saved…
the sign of receipt of God's free gift of saving grace.
belief that those whom God had marked for salvation need not…
Colonists in both the North and the So…
patterns of settlement; economies; political systems; values.
Predestination
belief that from the moment of creation some souls were saved…
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AP World History- Chapter 3
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
"the gift of the Nile"
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
Egypt is often known as "the gift of the Nile" because the re…
Code of Hammurabi
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present day I…
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AP US History Chapter 3
Calvinism
predestination
conversion
Puritans
Protestant church founded by John Calvin, Geneva, predestinat…
The religious theory of John Calvin that God had already chos…
A radical reorientation of one's whole life away from sin and…
A religious group who wanted to purify the Church of England.…
Calvinism
Protestant church founded by John Calvin, Geneva, predestinat…
predestination
The religious theory of John Calvin that God had already chos…
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Chapter 3: AP World History
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
Egypt: "the gift of the Nile"
Series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of B…
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia, in present day I…
Wedge shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
Egypt is often known as "the gift of the Nile" because the re…
Code of Hammurabi
Series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of B…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia, in present day I…
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AP US history vocab chapter 3 and 4
proprietorship
navigation acts
dominion of new England
glorious Revolution
A colony created through a grant of land from the English mon…
English law pass beginning in the 1650s and 1660s requiring t…
oh Royal providence created by King James the second in 1686…
A quick and nearly blood list coop in 1688 in which James sec…
proprietorship
A colony created through a grant of land from the English mon…
navigation acts
English law pass beginning in the 1650s and 1660s requiring t…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Indus River
Ganges River
Deccan Plateau
Himalayas
river that sources in the Himalayas and flows to its mouth in…
Located in India, this river is considered sacred to Hindus a…
a dry high region, south of the Indo-Ganges plain, between th…
The highest mountains in the world, which stretch along north…
Indus River
river that sources in the Himalayas and flows to its mouth in…
Ganges River
Located in India, this river is considered sacred to Hindus a…
AP US History Chapter 3 Guided Reading
Before 1660, how did England manage it…
What occurred after the conclusion of…
How did Charles II expand English powe…
In 1660, where was English settlement…
Haphazardly
Royal bureaucrats tried to impose order on the unruly settlem…
He allowed nobles to settle Carolina, granted New Netherland…
New England and the Chesapeake
Before 1660, how did England manage it…
Haphazardly
What occurred after the conclusion of…
Royal bureaucrats tried to impose order on the unruly settlem…
Chapter 3 AP World History
Alexander the great
Vedas
Chandragupta Maurya
Stupas
Greek invader who provided important Contacts between India a…
Meaning hymns to the gods; for ancient books of Aryan religio…
(322-298 B.C.) ruler of small Ganges Valley state who defeate…
Spherical shrines to Buddha
Alexander the great
Greek invader who provided important Contacts between India a…
Vedas
Meaning hymns to the gods; for ancient books of Aryan religio…
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AP US History Chapter 3/4
Sugar
The Middle Passage
Carolina
Gentility
Primary product of the South Atlantic System. Slaves produced…
The stage of the slave trade in which Africans were transport…
Colony built by Caribbean plantation owners with an eye towar…
The refined but elaborate lifestyle of the English aristocrac…
Sugar
Primary product of the South Atlantic System. Slaves produced…
The Middle Passage
The stage of the slave trade in which Africans were transport…
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AP US HISTORY CHAPTER 3
The Enlightenment
Jonathan Edwards
George Whitefield
The Great Awakening
an eighteenth-century movement in Western philosophy. It was…
(October 5, 1703 - March 22, 1758) was a colonial American Co…
(December 16, 1714 - September 30, 1770), was a preacher in t…
refer to several periods of dramatic religious revival in Ang…
The Enlightenment
an eighteenth-century movement in Western philosophy. It was…
Jonathan Edwards
(October 5, 1703 - March 22, 1758) was a colonial American Co…
AP World History: Chapter 3
What was the first civilization that d…
Where did the Harappan civilization sp…
What are the Himalayas?
What river system did the Himalayas ca…
Harappan civilization
The Indus valley, much of present day Pakistan, and a corner…
The worlds largest mountain range.
The Indus River System
What was the first civilization that d…
Harappan civilization
Where did the Harappan civilization sp…
The Indus valley, much of present day Pakistan, and a corner…
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AP US History Chapter 3
Fundamental Orders
Protestant Ethic
Mayflower Compact
Navigation Laws
made to form a unified government for the colonies of the Con…
view that a person's duty is to achieve success through work…
an agreement to establish a government, entered into by the P…
resistricted the use of foreign ships for trade between Brita…
Fundamental Orders
made to form a unified government for the colonies of the Con…
Protestant Ethic
view that a person's duty is to achieve success through work…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Iron age civilization that was establi…
Akkadian leader who established the wo…
A system of wedge shaped pictography,…
A social system based on the concept o…
Hittites
Sargon I
Cuneiform
Patriarchy
Iron age civilization that was establi…
Hittites
Akkadian leader who established the wo…
Sargon I
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Chapter 3 AP art history
Amulet
Ashlar Masonry
Atlantid
Axial plan
An object worn to ward off evil or to aid wearer
Carefully cut and regularly shaped blocks of stone used in co…
Male figure that functions as a supporting column
Parts of a building are organized longitudinally or along a g…
Amulet
An object worn to ward off evil or to aid wearer
Ashlar Masonry
Carefully cut and regularly shaped blocks of stone used in co…
AP World history - chapter 3
Carthage
Iron Age
Cosmopolitan
Aegean Sea
A city that was created in 814 B.C.E. It controlled the middl…
The time period in which societies uses iron instead of bronz…
the development of a prosperous network of states in the Midd…
A body of water by Mediterranean Sea that touches the borders…
Carthage
A city that was created in 814 B.C.E. It controlled the middl…
Iron Age
The time period in which societies uses iron instead of bronz…
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AP US History Chapter 3
Calvinism
predestination
conversion
Puritans
-a sect of Christianity created by John Calvin after Luther's…
-a person's fate of receiving salvation or not is predetermin…
-the receipt of God's free gift of saving grace;... -it was thou…
-a religious group who wanted to purify the Church of England…
Calvinism
-a sect of Christianity created by John Calvin after Luther's…
predestination
-a person's fate of receiving salvation or not is predetermin…
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AP US History Chapter 3
What began the English reformation?
why did anglicans demand reforms?
What did the puritans want to do
2 different groups of puritans
when the church of england split from the roman catholic church
the were upset bc of the abuse and corruption withing the chu…
"purify" the anglican church
Separatists and congregationalists
What began the English reformation?
when the church of england split from the roman catholic church
why did anglicans demand reforms?
the were upset bc of the abuse and corruption withing the chu…
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Ap Art history chapter 3 vocab
Pharaoh
papyrus
dynasty
rosetta stone (1799)
Egyptian king, religious/secular. eternal
stalklike plant in egypt used as paper
succesion of pharoahs with common blood
an Egyptian granodiorite stele which was the key to modern Eg…
Pharaoh
Egyptian king, religious/secular. eternal
papyrus
stalklike plant in egypt used as paper
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AP History Chapter 3 Vocab
Henry Hudson
Blue Laws
New Netherlands
John Cotton
English explorer who sailed for the Dutch and explored the ri…
The Puritanical laws that required a rigid observance of the…
The colony established in the 1620s for its quick profit fur…
The religious leader of the Massachusetts Bay Colony who some…
Henry Hudson
English explorer who sailed for the Dutch and explored the ri…
Blue Laws
The Puritanical laws that required a rigid observance of the…
25 terms
Chapter 3 AP World History
Buddha
Alexander the Great
Himalayas
monsoons
Creator of major Indian and Asian religion; born in the 6th c…
Successor of Philip II; successfully conquered Persian Empire…
Mountain region marking the northern border of the Indian sub…
Seasonal winds crossing Indian subcontinent and southeast Asi…
Buddha
Creator of major Indian and Asian religion; born in the 6th c…
Alexander the Great
Successor of Philip II; successfully conquered Persian Empire…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 3
English cultural domination
Benjamin West
John Copley
Benjamin Franklin
In the 18th century, cultural life in the colonies was domina…
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
He was the most popular and successful American writer of the…
English cultural domination
In the 18th century, cultural life in the colonies was domina…
Benjamin West
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
AP World History - Chapter 3
Middle Kingdom
Menes
cataracts
Menes
A period of time in Egypt when the pharaoh was abolished by f…
A general who conquered all of Egypt and brought it under uni…
Parts of the Nile that are not navigable due to waterfalls an…
The first pharaoh
Middle Kingdom
A period of time in Egypt when the pharaoh was abolished by f…
Menes
A general who conquered all of Egypt and brought it under uni…
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Chapter 3 AP US History Vocab
Puritanism
Separatists
Pilgrims were a group of
Mayflower Compact
religious reform in England to undergo total purification of…
broke away from the church of england due to the slow process…
separatist
document to form a government and make regulations
Puritanism
religious reform in England to undergo total purification of…
Separatists
broke away from the church of england due to the slow process…
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AP Art History Chapter 3
hearst castle is a model of
Amien Clerestory dilemna
stone that was used in a lot of engine…
colossal is a term that mostly defines
tall european cathedrals with soaring celestories
too tall, might fall down
limestone
statues not columns , pillars, or any other that is similar
hearst castle is a model of
tall european cathedrals with soaring celestories
Amien Clerestory dilemna
too tall, might fall down
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AP US History ID Sigs Chapter 3
Restoration Colonies
James Duke of New York
Quakers
The Carolinas
Colonies established during the Restoration of the English cr…
He was the king of England, Ireland, and Scotland, and the so…
Members of the Religious Society of Friends, a Christian move…
Part of the original Thirteen Colonies, the Carolinas were kn…
Restoration Colonies
Colonies established during the Restoration of the English cr…
James Duke of New York
He was the king of England, Ireland, and Scotland, and the so…
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Chapter 3 AP World History Vocabulary
Alexander the Great
Ashoka
Athenian democracy
Caesar Augustus
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
A radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
The great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar who emerged…
Alexander the Great
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
Ashoka
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
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AP World History Chapter 3
Egypt
9000
rain
5000 B.C.E.
The first clear view of an after-world in the ancient world c…
By around ______ B.C.E. peoples of the eastern Sudan started…
The early Sudanic societies recognized a single divine force…
Do to a climate shift the Sahara desert, which had been cool…
Egypt
The first clear view of an after-world in the ancient world c…
9000
By around ______ B.C.E. peoples of the eastern Sudan started…
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Chapter 3 AP World History Vocabulary
Alexander the Great
Ashoka
Athenian democracy
Caesar Augustus
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
A radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
The great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar who emerged…
Alexander the Great
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
Ashoka
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 3
English cultural domination
Benjamin West
John Copley
Benjamin Franklin
In the 18th century, cultural life in the colonies was domina…
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
He was the most popular and successful American writer of the…
English cultural domination
In the 18th century, cultural life in the colonies was domina…
Benjamin West
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
AP US History Chapter 3
John Calvin
Predestination
Puritans
Separatists
formed Calvinism- believed in predestination
doctrine of John Calvin that adhered to the idea that each pe…
English religious reformers who wanted to break all ties with…
Puritans who only wanted visible saints in the Churches and w…
John Calvin
formed Calvinism- believed in predestination
Predestination
doctrine of John Calvin that adhered to the idea that each pe…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 3
English cultural domination
Benjamin West
John Copley
Benjamin Franklin
In the 18th century, cultural life in the colonies was domina…
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
He was the most popular and successful American writer of the…
English cultural domination
In the 18th century, cultural life in the colonies was domina…
Benjamin West
Painter who went to England to acquire the necessary training…
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AP Art History Chapter 3 Images
Palette of King Narmer
Imhotep's Step Pyramid
The Great Pyramids of Giza
Statue of Khafre
Old Kingdom. Hierakonpolis. Carved Slate. Historical: marks p…
Old Kingdom. Imhotep. Limestone. Historical: precinct-complex…
Old Kingdom. Limestone, ashlar masonry (reflected sun's rays)…
Old Kingdom. Diorite. Historical: placed in tomb by mummy to…
Palette of King Narmer
Old Kingdom. Hierakonpolis. Carved Slate. Historical: marks p…
Imhotep's Step Pyramid
Old Kingdom. Imhotep. Limestone. Historical: precinct-complex…
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AP World History Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Alexander the Great
Ashoka
Athenian democracy
Caesar Augustus
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
A radical form of direct democracy in which much of the free…
The great-nephew and adopted son of Julius Caesar who emerged…
Alexander the Great
Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.E.), conqueror of the P…
Ashoka
The most famous ruler of the Mauryan empire (r. 268-232 B.C.E…
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Chapter 3 Vocab-World History AP-YHS
Alexander the Great
Vedas
Chadragupta Maurya
Stupas
Greek invader who provided important contacts between India a…
Meaning hymns to the gods; four ancient books of Aryan religi…
(322-298 BCE) Ruler of a small Ganges Valley state who defeat…
Spherical shrines to Buddha.
Alexander the Great
Greek invader who provided important contacts between India a…
Vedas
Meaning hymns to the gods; four ancient books of Aryan religi…
AP World History Chapter 3
Was opened to all
Desire for complete control
Law
Xi'an
The Chinese examination system was innovative because it ____…
The destruction of many texts under the Qin Shi Huangdi illus…
Unlike Mencius, Legalism the supremacy of the __________
The Han capital was at _________
Was opened to all
The Chinese examination system was innovative because it ____…
Desire for complete control
The destruction of many texts under the Qin Shi Huangdi illus…
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AP World History Chapter 3
monsoon
Aryans
Sanskrit
Vedas
...
...
...
...
monsoon
...
Aryans
...
36 terms
AP US History Chapter 3
English cultural domination
Benjamin West
John Copley
Benjamin Franklin
Unifying the northern colonies for purposes of defense and ad…
was an Anglo-American painter of historical scenes around and…
was an American painter, active in both colonial America and…
was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States
English cultural domination
Unifying the northern colonies for purposes of defense and ad…
Benjamin West
was an Anglo-American painter of historical scenes around and…
Chapter 3 AP US history
Martin Luther
Protestant Reformation
John Calvin
predestination
16th century German monk and professor who is considered to b…
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an att…
An influential reformer, main teaching was predestination
Calvinist belief that God long ago determined who would gain…
Martin Luther
16th century German monk and professor who is considered to b…
Protestant Reformation
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an att…
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AP World History, Chapter 3, Notes
Empire Characteristics:
Hittites
Assyrians
New Kingdom of Egypt
- central person in charge... - constantly expanding... - more dive…
- FIRST TO USE IRON WEAPONS... - from Anatolia (current day Turk…
- ENTIRE ARMY OUTFITTED WITH IRON WEAPONS AND IRON ARMOR... - me…
- focused mostly on conquest and expansion
Empire Characteristics:
- central person in charge... - constantly expanding... - more dive…
Hittites
- FIRST TO USE IRON WEAPONS... - from Anatolia (current day Turk…
AP Art History: Chapter 3 (Artworks)
Palette of King Narmer
Tomb 100
Columnar Entrance to Mortuary Precinct…
Djoser's Pyramid
- Hierakonpolis, Egypt... - Predynastic... - c. 3000 - 2920 BCE... - S…
- Hierakonpolis, Egypt... - Predynastic... - c. 3500 - 3200 BCE... - F…
- Saqqara, Egypt... - 3rd Dynasty... - c. 2630 - 2611 BCE... - Limesto…
- Imhotep... - Saqqara, Egypt... - 3rd Dynasty... - c. 2630 - 2611 BCE…
Palette of King Narmer
- Hierakonpolis, Egypt... - Predynastic... - c. 3000 - 2920 BCE... - S…
Tomb 100
- Hierakonpolis, Egypt... - Predynastic... - c. 3500 - 3200 BCE... - F…
AP US History Chapter 3
J. Hector St. John Crévecoeur
immigrants
Germans
Scotch-Irish/Scots-Irish
-Frenchman who wrote about America evolving and changing... -obs…
-many came from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and other…
-non-English immigrants-settles on farmlands west of Philadel…
-English speaking people emigrated from northern Ireland... -anc…
J. Hector St. John Crévecoeur
-Frenchman who wrote about America evolving and changing... -obs…
immigrants
-many came from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and other…
AP World History - Chapter 3
Code of Hammurabi
cradle of civilization
cuneiform
Egypt: "the gift of the Nile"
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present-day I…
Wedge-shaped writing in the form of symbols incised into clay…
Egypt is often known as "the gift of the Nile" because the re…
Code of Hammurabi
A series of laws publicized at the order of King Hammurabi of…
cradle of civilization
Commonly used term for southern Mesopotamia (in present-day I…
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 3
Colonists in both the North and the So…
In Calvinist thought, the conversion w…
In Puritan doctrine the elect were als…
Henry VIII aided the entrance of Prote…
patterns of settlement; economies; political systems; values.
an intense, personal experience when God revealed an individu…
visible saints.
he broke England's ties with the Catholic Church.
Colonists in both the North and the So…
patterns of settlement; economies; political systems; values.
In Calvinist thought, the conversion w…
an intense, personal experience when God revealed an individu…
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