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AP World History Chapter 10
Middle Ages
gothic
Vikings
Manorialism
The period in western European history between the fall of th…
An architectural style developed during the Middle Ages in we…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders who disrupted coastal areas of…
System of economic and political relations between landlords…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history between the fall of th…
gothic
An architectural style developed during the Middle Ages in we…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Clovis
King John
Battle of Tours
Saint Clare of Assisi
King of Franks; conquered Gaul; earned support of Gaul and Ch…
Henry's son; king of England who raised taxes and punished hi…
battle in 732 in which the Christian Franks led by Charles Ma…
influenced by Saint Francis; converted to life of piety and p…
Clovis
King of Franks; conquered Gaul; earned support of Gaul and Ch…
King John
Henry's son; king of England who raised taxes and punished hi…
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AP World History Vocabulary Chapter 10 Murgola
Augustine of Hippo... (354-430 CE)
Black Death
Charles Martel
Clovis
Influential church father and theologian; born in Africa and…
Plague that struck Europe; reduced population and affected so…
Grandfather of Charlemagne; Frankish ruler of Austrasia who c…
Early Frankish king; converted Franks to Christianity c. 496
Augustine of Hippo... (354-430 CE)
Influential church father and theologian; born in Africa and…
Black Death
Plague that struck Europe; reduced population and affected so…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Middle Ages
Gothic
Vikings
manorialism
500-1350 Historical period after of the fall of the Roman Emp…
An architectural style developed during the Middle Ages in we…
Danes, Northmen, Norse, ruled by kings and nobles, fairly dem…
An economic system based on the manor and lands including a v…
Middle Ages
500-1350 Historical period after of the fall of the Roman Emp…
Gothic
An architectural style developed during the Middle Ages in we…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Vikings
Manorialism
moldboard
three-field-system
one of a seafaring Scandinavian people who raided the coasts…
Economic system during the Middle Ages that revolved around s…
Heavy plow introduced in northern Europe during the Middle Ag…
a system of farming developed in medieval Europe, in which fa…
Vikings
one of a seafaring Scandinavian people who raided the coasts…
Manorialism
Economic system during the Middle Ages that revolved around s…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Middle Ages
Vikings
Manorialism
Serf
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
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Chapter 10 AP World History
The Polis
Sparta
Athens
Pericles
Structure of a community in the ancient Greek world.
City-state in ancient Greece.
The capital and city state of Greece.
Influential Greek statesman.
The Polis
Structure of a community in the ancient Greek world.
Sparta
City-state in ancient Greece.
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AP World History Chapter 10
Clovis
King John
Battle of Tours
Saint Clare of Assisi
King of Franks; conquered Gaul; earned support of Gaul and Ch…
Henry's son; king of England who raised taxes and punished hi…
battle in 732 in which the Christian Franks led by Charles Ma…
influenced by Saint Francis; converted to life of piety and p…
Clovis
King of Franks; conquered Gaul; earned support of Gaul and Ch…
King John
Henry's son; king of England who raised taxes and punished hi…
28 terms
AP World History Chapter 10
Middle Ages
Vikings
Manorialism
Serf
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
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AP World History Chapter 10
What town was the center of the Easter…
What was the center of the Roman Catho…
what caused the break up of the Roman…
Why was the world of Christianity a mi…
Constantinople
Rome
Disinitigration of infrastructure, trade routes had largely v…
Roman Catholic (Europe) - was experiencing decay break down o…
What town was the center of the Easter…
Constantinople
What was the center of the Roman Catho…
Rome
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Chapter 10 AP World History
Augustine of Hippo
Black Death
Charles Martel
Clovis
(Roman Catholic Church) one of the great fathers of the early…
the epidemic form of bubonic plague experienced during the Mi…
Carolingian monarch of Franks; responsible for defeating Musl…
king of the Franks who unified Gaul and established his capit…
Augustine of Hippo
(Roman Catholic Church) one of the great fathers of the early…
Black Death
the epidemic form of bubonic plague experienced during the Mi…
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Chapter 10 AP World History Strayer
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Justinian
Ceasaropapism
} Europe, 330-1453... } Eastern European empire that preserved e…
Europe (eastern),... 330-1453... } City that served as the... center o…
Europe, 527-565... } Byzantine emperor... whose conquests... briefly r…
Europe (Byzantium), c. 600-1400s... } Byzantine philosophy in wh…
Byzantine Empire
} Europe, 330-1453... } Eastern European empire that preserved e…
Constantinople
Europe (eastern),... 330-1453... } City that served as the... center o…
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AP World History Chapter 10
The political structure of the ancient…
The Greeks used the word polis to refe…
The Spartans were constantly afraid of…
Distinction among the ancient Spartans…
usually consisted of independent, autonomous city-states
the city-state
helots
discipline and military talent
The political structure of the ancient…
usually consisted of independent, autonomous city-states
The Greeks used the word polis to refe…
the city-state
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AP World History Chapter 10
What are the two major religions in Eu…
How was the Byzantine Empire related t…
What was a great city during the time…
What were some characteristics of the…
Eastern Europe was centered in Constantinople and the patriar…
Leaders saw themselves as descendants of Rome... They kept the R…
Constantinople
It started in eastern Europe... It was dominant through eastern…
What are the two major religions in Eu…
Eastern Europe was centered in Constantinople and the patriar…
How was the Byzantine Empire related t…
Leaders saw themselves as descendants of Rome... They kept the R…
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Chapter 10 Vocabulary- AP World History
Christendom
Nubian Christianity
Jesus sutras
Ethiopian Christianity
The areas where Christianity was heavily practiced, most of E…
Spread to the Nubian kingdoms by Egyptian traders. Bible tran…
Christianity preached in China using Buddhist and Daoist conc…
A isolated branch of Christianity in East Africa that was ena…
Christendom
The areas where Christianity was heavily practiced, most of E…
Nubian Christianity
Spread to the Nubian kingdoms by Egyptian traders. Bible tran…
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Chapter 10 AP World History Strayer
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Justinian
Ceasaropapism
} Europe, 330-1453... } Eastern European empire that preserved e…
Europe (eastern),... 330-1453... } City that served as the... center o…
Europe, 527-565... } Byzantine emperor... whose conquests... briefly r…
Europe (Byzantium), c. 600-1400s... } Byzantine philosophy in wh…
Byzantine Empire
} Europe, 330-1453... } Eastern European empire that preserved e…
Constantinople
Europe (eastern),... 330-1453... } City that served as the... center o…
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AP World History Vocabulary Chapter 10
Augustine of Hippo... (354-430 CE)
Black Death
Charles Martel
Clovis
Influential church father and theologian; born in Africa and…
Plague that struck Europe; reduced population and affected so…
Grandfather of Charlemagne; Frankish ruler of Austrasia who c…
Early Frankish king; converted Franks to Christianity c. 496
Augustine of Hippo... (354-430 CE)
Influential church father and theologian; born in Africa and…
Black Death
Plague that struck Europe; reduced population and affected so…
Chapter 10 AP world history
to facilitate comunication and trade b…
The Tang Empire is considered cosmopol…
the tributary system was a practice in…
One effect that the sea trade had on c…
Grand Canal
it mixed styled=s goods and cultures from every part of asia
countries acknowledged the supremacy to the Chinese emperor
transmission of the plague
to facilitate comunication and trade b…
Grand Canal
The Tang Empire is considered cosmopol…
it mixed styled=s goods and cultures from every part of asia
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AP World History Chapter 10
Vikings
Manorialism
moldboard
three-field-system
one of a seafaring Scandinavian people who raided the coasts…
Economic system during the Middle Ages that revolved around s…
Heavy plow introduced in northern Europe during the Middle Ag…
a system of farming developed in medieval Europe, in which fa…
Vikings
one of a seafaring Scandinavian people who raided the coasts…
Manorialism
Economic system during the Middle Ages that revolved around s…
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AP World History chapter 10
Stamp Act
Tea Act
French and Indian war
enclosure
an act of the British Parliament in 1756 that exacted revenue…
an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain. The principal obje…
also known as the Seven Years War where the French enlisted h…
public lands that were previously shared were enclosed by fen…
Stamp Act
an act of the British Parliament in 1756 that exacted revenue…
Tea Act
an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain. The principal obje…
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AP World History - Chapter 10
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
Byzantine Empire
Caesaropapism
Charlemagne
Some works of the Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 B.C.E.…
Term used by modern historians to refer to the surviving east…
A political-religious system in which the secular ruler is al…
Ruler of the Carolingian Empire (r. 768-814) who staged an im…
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
Some works of the Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 B.C.E.…
Byzantine Empire
Term used by modern historians to refer to the surviving east…
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AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 10
Christendom
Major differences
Eastern Christendom / Byzantium
caeraropapism
(1) christianity provided common ground for postclassical soc…
(1) Roman Catholic Church established independence from polit…
(1) viewed as a continuation of the Roman Empire... (2) began wi…
church connected closely to the state... (1) byzantine emperor w…
Christendom
(1) christianity provided common ground for postclassical soc…
Major differences
(1) Roman Catholic Church established independence from polit…
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AP World History Chapter 10 Vocab
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek Fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
505-565 One of Justinian's most important military commanders…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixtures of chemicals that ign…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
505-565 One of Justinian's most important military commanders…
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AP World History Chapter 10 Vocabulary
Byzanine Empire
Constantinople
Justinian
caesaropapism
The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which survived after th…
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
Byzantine emperor who initiated an ambitious building program…
A political religious system in which the secular ruler is al…
Byzanine Empire
The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which survived after th…
Constantinople
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
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AP World History Chapter 10 Terms
Middle Ages
Three-Field System
Feudalism
Hundred Years' War
the period of history between classical antiquity and the Ita…
a system of farming developed in medieval Europe, in which fa…
a political and social system that developed during the Middl…
Series of campaigns over control of the throne of France, inv…
Middle Ages
the period of history between classical antiquity and the Ita…
Three-Field System
a system of farming developed in medieval Europe, in which fa…
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Ap World History Chapter 10
Nubian Christianity
Jesus Sutras
Ethopian Christianity
Byzantine Empire
After the 20th century bc it was controlled by the rulers of…
The Jesus Sutras are early Chinese language manuscripts of Ch…
developed some of its most distinctive features... A fascination…
Its leaders viewed it as simply a continuation of the Roman E…
Nubian Christianity
After the 20th century bc it was controlled by the rulers of…
Jesus Sutras
The Jesus Sutras are early Chinese language manuscripts of Ch…
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AP World History Chapter 10
TaNaKh
Torah
Abraham
Moses
-A common way of referring to the Hebrew Bible, derived from…
-Torah, is Hebrew for teaching, instruction, or especially la…
-the eponym of the Abrahamic religions, which are Judaism, Ch…
-the Hebrew prophet who led the Israelites from Egypt across…
TaNaKh
-A common way of referring to the Hebrew Bible, derived from…
Torah
-Torah, is Hebrew for teaching, instruction, or especially la…
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AP World History Webb Chapter 10 Vocab
Middle Ages
Vikings
Manorialism
serfs
A postclassical period in Western Europe beginning with the f…
Seagoing people from Scandinavia who frequently raided Wester…
The system of economic and social relationships between landl…
Low-classed agricultural workers who received some protection…
Middle Ages
A postclassical period in Western Europe beginning with the f…
Vikings
Seagoing people from Scandinavia who frequently raided Wester…
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Ap World History Chapter 10 Terms
Middle Ages
Vikings
Vikings
Manorialism
Postclassical period in western Europe that began with the fa…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
The Vikings, a Scandinavian people, were independent farmers…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Middle Ages
Postclassical period in western Europe that began with the fa…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek Fire
Bulgaria
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture come chemicals that ig…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Vikings
Manorialism
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
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AP World History - Chapter 10 Terms
Middle Ages
Gothic
Vikings
Manoralism
Period after pre-classical era after Roman Empire fall
Type of architecture with vaulted arches and towers
Seagoing people of Scandinavia who ruptured life from Ireland…
System of economic and political relations between landlords…
Middle Ages
Period after pre-classical era after Roman Empire fall
Gothic
Type of architecture with vaulted arches and towers
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AP World History Chapter 10 Strayer
Kievan Rus
System of Competing States
Vladimir
Vikings
State that emerged around the city of Kiev in the 9th century…
The distinctive organization of Western European political li…
Grand Prince of Kiev whose conversion to Christianity led to…
Scandinavian raiders who had an impact on much of Western Eur…
Kievan Rus
State that emerged around the city of Kiev in the 9th century…
System of Competing States
The distinctive organization of Western European political li…
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AP World History Chapter 10 Vocab
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Justinian
caesaropapism
a continuation of the Roman Empire in the Middle East after i…
Previously known as Byzantium, Constantine changed the name o…
Byzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered muc…
the doctrine that the state is supreme over the church in ecc…
Byzantine Empire
a continuation of the Roman Empire in the Middle East after i…
Constantinople
Previously known as Byzantium, Constantine changed the name o…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Homer
Solon
Perciles
Philip of Macedon
definition: ancient Greek epic poet who is believed to have w…
definition: Athenian reformer of the 6th century; established…
definition: led rebuilding of Athens for more than 30 years f…
definition: father of Alexander of Macedon, unified the warri…
Homer
definition: ancient Greek epic poet who is believed to have w…
Solon
definition: Athenian reformer of the 6th century; established…
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AP World Strayer Chapter 10
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Ottoman Empire
Eastern Orthodoxy
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
A Muslim empire based in Turkey that lasted from the 1300's t…
Church established in the Byzantine Empire after the split fr…
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surviv…
Constantinople
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Byzantine Empire
Belisarius
Greek Fire
Bulgaria
Shaped by the decline of the Roman Empire and rise of the Ara…
One of the Justinian's most important military commanders dur…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic Kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan pen…
Byzantine Empire
Shaped by the decline of the Roman Empire and rise of the Ara…
Belisarius
One of the Justinian's most important military commanders dur…
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Stearns AP World History Chapter 10
The Christian schism was alike the Shi…
The position of Kiev in Europe illustr…
The Fourth Crusade (1024) ______ the d…
The role of Justinian in the Byzantine…
Centered on leadership, and led to a permanent religious divi…
Russia's orientation towards the Byzantine Empire
Deepened
Augustus in the Roman Empire
The Christian schism was alike the Shi…
Centered on leadership, and led to a permanent religious divi…
The position of Kiev in Europe illustr…
Russia's orientation towards the Byzantine Empire
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AP World History Chapter 10
Grand Canal
Li Shimin
Tang Empire
tributary system
The 1,100-mile... (1,771-kilometer) waterway... linking the Yellow…
One of the founders... of the Tang Empire and... its second emperor…
Empire unifying... China and part of Central... Asia, founded 618 a…
A system... in which, from the time of... the Han Empire, countries…
Grand Canal
The 1,100-mile... (1,771-kilometer) waterway... linking the Yellow…
Li Shimin
One of the founders... of the Tang Empire and... its second emperor…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Knossos
Linear A
Decline of Minoan Society
Mycenaean Society
Most notable lavish palace on the Island of Crete.
Written symbols stood for syllables rather than words, ideas,…
Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and tidal waves destroyed th…
Indo-European peoples filtered over the Balkans and into the…
Knossos
Most notable lavish palace on the Island of Crete.
Linear A
Written symbols stood for syllables rather than words, ideas,…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Li Shimin
Tang Empire
Grand Canal
Tributary system
One of the founders of the Tang Empire and its second emperor…
Empire unifying China and part of Central Asia, founded 618 a…
The 1,100-mile waterway linking the Yellow and the Yangzi Riv…
A system in which, from the time of the Han Empire, countries…
Li Shimin
One of the founders of the Tang Empire and its second emperor…
Tang Empire
Empire unifying China and part of Central Asia, founded 618 a…
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AP World History Chapter 10
The capital of the Byzantine empire wa…
Which of these technologies did the By…
The language of the Byzantine Empire w…
In the early Byzantine Empire, the gre…
Constantinople
Silk production
Greek
Sassanian Empire
The capital of the Byzantine empire wa…
Constantinople
Which of these technologies did the By…
Silk production
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AP World History Chapter 10
Middle Ages
Vikings
Manorialism
Serf
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
System that described economic and political relations betwee…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
Middle Ages
The period in western European history from the decline and f…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
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Chapter 10 AP world history
to facilitate comunication and trade b…
The Tang Empire is considered cosmopol…
the tributary system was a practice in…
One effect that the sea trade had on c…
Grand Canal
it mixed styled=s goods and cultures from every part of asia
countries acknowledged the supremacy to the Chinese emperor
transmission of the plague
to facilitate comunication and trade b…
Grand Canal
The Tang Empire is considered cosmopol…
it mixed styled=s goods and cultures from every part of asia
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AP World History ~ Chapter 10
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
Byzantine Empire
caesaropapism
Charlemagne
Recovery of greek rationalism in education
The surviving eastern Roman Empire during the medieval centur…
Political-religious system where ruler is head of the religio…
Ruler of the Carolingian Empire who staged a revival of Weste…
Aristotle and classical Greek learning
Recovery of greek rationalism in education
Byzantine Empire
The surviving eastern Roman Empire during the medieval centur…
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AP World History Chapter 10
Sparta
Sparta
Sparta
Cult of Dionysus
A polis that ruled the Peloponnesus with their well-trained a…
The rival of Athens. they relied on other city-states to prov…
A southern polis that had no social classes, but was ruled by…
A popular Greek cult that mostly consisted of women. These wo…
Sparta
A polis that ruled the Peloponnesus with their well-trained a…
Sparta
The rival of Athens. they relied on other city-states to prov…
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AP world history Chapter 10.
Minoan
Mycenean
Polis
Sparta
start greek civilization, located on the island of Crete
start Greek civilization, located on Greek peninsula
a city state in ancient Greece, especially as considered in i…
Military based government, all people are equal
Minoan
start greek civilization, located on the island of Crete
Mycenean
start Greek civilization, located on Greek peninsula
Chapter 10 Ap World History
Charlemagne
Roman Catholic Church
Holy Roman Empire
Augustine of Hippo
King of the Franks (France) who conquered much of Western Eur…
the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over b…
Loose federation of mostly German states and principalities,…
A saint from the west, also a theologian
Charlemagne
King of the Franks (France) who conquered much of Western Eur…
Roman Catholic Church
the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over b…
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AP World History: Chapter 10
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
New domed church constructed in Constantinople during reign o…
(c. 505-565); one of Justinian's most important military comm…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic kingdom established in northern portions of Balkan; pe…
Hagia Sophia
New domed church constructed in Constantinople during reign o…
Belisarius
(c. 505-565); one of Justinian's most important military comm…
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AP World History Chapter 10
The Sui Empire lasted such a short tim…
The purpose of the Grand Canal was to
The Sui Empire successfully reunified…
One of the primary beliefs of Mahayana…
it was exhausted by its extraordinary pace of expansion and o…
facilitate communication and trade with the south.
reestablished Confucianism as the central philosophy of gover…
bodhisattvas have postponed nirvana to help others achieve en…
The Sui Empire lasted such a short tim…
it was exhausted by its extraordinary pace of expansion and o…
The purpose of the Grand Canal was to
facilitate communication and trade with the south.
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