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World History - Chapter 7
Mauryan Empire
Asoka
religious toleration
Tamil
321 B.C.; conquered Nanda King; conquered Seleucus I, one of…
Grandson of Chandragupta, brought the Mauryan Empire to its g…
acceptance of people who hold different beliefs
language spoken in southern India
Mauryan Empire
321 B.C.; conquered Nanda King; conquered Seleucus I, one of…
Asoka
Grandson of Chandragupta, brought the Mauryan Empire to its g…
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World History - Chapter 6
republic
patrician
plebeian
tribune
a type of government in which citizens vote
aristocratic landowners who held most of the power
common farmers, artisans, and merchants who held the majority
representatives who protected the rights of the plebeians
republic
a type of government in which citizens vote
patrician
aristocratic landowners who held most of the power
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World History Chapter 13
Middle Ages
Franks
Monastery
Secular
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
The Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their l…
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Things concerned with worldly matters rather than spiritual,…
Middle Ages
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
The Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their l…
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World History - Chapter 4
Siddhartha Gautama
Confucius
Shi Huangdi
Han Dynasty
Buddhism's founder (also known as the Buddha)
China's most influential philospher
unified China & built The Great Wall
dynasty in China responsible for the Silk Road
Siddhartha Gautama
Buddhism's founder (also known as the Buddha)
Confucius
China's most influential philospher
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World History - Chapter 9
Beringia
Ice Age
maize
Mesoamerica
land bridge connecting Asia with the Americas
time period from 1.6 million to 10,000 BC; glaciers spread so…
corn; one of the most important crops
first complex societies in the Americas; area from central Me…
Beringia
land bridge connecting Asia with the Americas
Ice Age
time period from 1.6 million to 10,000 BC; glaciers spread so…
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World History-Chapter 6
Julius Caesar
Plebeians
Paul
Constantine
Roman ruler held the title of dictator or absolute ruler at t…
Common citizens of Rome called
Christian leader wrote letters that formed the Epistles of th…
Moved the capital of the Roman Empire from Rome to Byzantium
Julius Caesar
Roman ruler held the title of dictator or absolute ruler at t…
Plebeians
Common citizens of Rome called
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World History- Chapter 2
Hammurabi
Indus Valley
Fertile Crescent
Pictographs
A famous ruler for a uniform code of laws that unified his em…
Early civilization had the first carefully planned cities wit…
The region in Southwest Asia where the first civilization arose
Form of writing did pictures stand for ideas
Hammurabi
A famous ruler for a uniform code of laws that unified his em…
Indus Valley
Early civilization had the first carefully planned cities wit…
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World History Chapter 3
Indo-Europeans
Steppes
Migration
Hittites
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
The movement of people or animals from one region to another.
A Indo-European people group who lived in Anatolia, modern da…
Indo-Europeans
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
Steppes
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
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World History Chapter 2
economy
civilization
resource
religion
The system that a community uses to produce and distribute go…
complex society that has cities, a well organized government,…
supply of something that can be used as needed
peoples beliefs and practices about the existence, worship of…
economy
The system that a community uses to produce and distribute go…
civilization
complex society that has cities, a well organized government,…
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World History: Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
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World History Chapter 5
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
An ancient Greek epic poet, who is believed to have written t…
Mycenaean
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
Trojan War
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
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World History - Chapter 3
Caste
Polytheistic
Brahman
Mystics
In traditional Indian society, an unchangeable social group i…
They believed in many gods.
The belief system established by Aryans in India. The single…
Individuals who devote their lives to seeking spiritual truths.
Caste
In traditional Indian society, an unchangeable social group i…
Polytheistic
They believed in many gods.
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World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
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World History Chapter 4
Hyksos
New Kingdom
Hatshepsut
Thutmose III
After a series of weak pharaohs Egypt was invaded and conquer…
This was the Kingdom that was set up after the Hyksos were dr…
She was a New Kingdom Pharaoh that took power when her husban…
The step-son of Hatshepsut, the female pharaoh, who ruled in…
Hyksos
After a series of weak pharaohs Egypt was invaded and conquer…
New Kingdom
This was the Kingdom that was set up after the Hyksos were dr…
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World History Chapter 5
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
A Greek-speaking people that, according to tradition, migrate…
An ancient Greek epic poet, who is believed to have written t…
Mycenaean
The Indo-European people who settled on the Greek mainland ar…
Trojan War
A ten year war, between the Mycenaean Greeks and the city-sta…
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World History Chapter 7
Mauryan Empire
Asoka
Religious Toleration
Tamil
The first Empire to unify most of the Indian subcontinent. It…
The grandson of Chandragupta who ruled the Mauryan Empire and…
The acceptance of people who held different religious beliefs.
The language of the Tamil people who live in southern India.…
Mauryan Empire
The first Empire to unify most of the Indian subcontinent. It…
Asoka
The grandson of Chandragupta who ruled the Mauryan Empire and…
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World History Chapter 2
Fertile Crescent
Mesopotamia
City-State
Dynasty
A crescent shaped area of fertile land that encompasses Mesop…
This was the site of one of the first advanced civilizations.…
This is a city which acts as an independent country, with its…
When a ruling family passes the power down from father to son…
Fertile Crescent
A crescent shaped area of fertile land that encompasses Mesop…
Mesopotamia
This was the site of one of the first advanced civilizations.…
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World History Chapter 2
Fertile Crescent
Mesopotamia
city-state
ziggurat
an arc of land from the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf
the land "between the rivers"
basic unit of Sumerian civilization
massive stepped tower
Fertile Crescent
an arc of land from the Mediterranean Sea to the Persian Gulf
Mesopotamia
the land "between the rivers"
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World History Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
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World History - Chapter 6
Olmec
Maya
Aztec
Inca
1st American civilization
Civilization of independent city-states in Central America
Highly developed civilization in Mexcio
Civilization that emerged from the Andes mountains of South A…
Olmec
1st American civilization
Maya
Civilization of independent city-states in Central America
35 terms
World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
35 terms
World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
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World History Chapter 6
Republic
Patrician
Plebeian
Tribune
From the Latin prase meaning 'Public Affairs' this is a syste…
The hereditary aristocracy, or ruling class of ancient Rome w…
This group of ancient Romans made up most of the population,…
These were the officials elected by the plebeians to protect…
Republic
From the Latin prase meaning 'Public Affairs' this is a syste…
Patrician
The hereditary aristocracy, or ruling class of ancient Rome w…
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World History Chapter 13
Major Domo
convent
Gregory the Great
Louis the Pious
Mayor of the Palalce
A place where nuns worked and studied
First Pope to raise armies, help the poor, and build roads
Heir to Charlemagne's empire
Major Domo
Mayor of the Palalce
convent
A place where nuns worked and studied
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Chapter 3 World History
Fertile Crescent
silt
irrigation
canal
an area of rich farmland... in Southwest Asia... where the first... ci…
a mixture of fertile soil... and tiny rocks that can... make land i…
a way of supplying... water to an area of land
a human-made... waterway
Fertile Crescent
an area of rich farmland... in Southwest Asia... where the first... ci…
silt
a mixture of fertile soil... and tiny rocks that can... make land i…
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World History Chapter 1
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
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World History - Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Hyksos
New Kingdom
Hatshepsut
Thutmose III
Nomad invaders; ruled Egypt from 1640 to 1570 BC
1570 to 1075 BC; Egypt revived to become wealthier and more p…
Female Pharaoh ruled in place of young step-son; promoted trade
Led invasions into Palestine, Syria, and Nubia; most powerful…
Hyksos
Nomad invaders; ruled Egypt from 1640 to 1570 BC
New Kingdom
1570 to 1075 BC; Egypt revived to become wealthier and more p…
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World History Chapter 2
Fertile Crescent
Mesopotamia
City-State
Dynasty
A crescent shaped area of fertile land that encompasses Mesop…
This was the site of one of the first advanced civilizations.…
This is a city which acts as an independent country, with its…
When a ruling family passes the power down from father to son…
Fertile Crescent
A crescent shaped area of fertile land that encompasses Mesop…
Mesopotamia
This was the site of one of the first advanced civilizations.…
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World History - Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Mycenaeans
Trojan War
Dorians
Homer
People who settled on the Greek mainland around 2000 BC
10 year war between the Mycenaeans and Troy
Took over Greece following the downfall of the Mycenaeans
Blind storyteller; The Iliad and The Odyssey
Mycenaeans
People who settled on the Greek mainland around 2000 BC
Trojan War
10 year war between the Mycenaeans and Troy
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World History - Chapter 16 Vocabulary
heliocentric
geocentric
telescope
gravity
sun is the center of the universe
Earth is the center of the universe
optical instrument for making distant objects appear nearer a…
force that pulls objects toward Earth and draws planets into…
heliocentric
sun is the center of the universe
geocentric
Earth is the center of the universe
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World History Chapter 3
Aryans
Vedas
Brahmin
Caste
A light skinned, tall, semi-nomadic group of herders who orig…
This is a collection of four, Aryan, religious texts which sh…
They were Aryan priests, and the most respected of the four m…
This was a term coined by 15th c. Portuguese explorers to exp…
Aryans
A light skinned, tall, semi-nomadic group of herders who orig…
Vedas
This is a collection of four, Aryan, religious texts which sh…
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World History - Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Indo-Europeans
steppes
migration
Hittites
group of semi nomadic people
dry grasslands that stretches north of the Caucasus mountains
movements of a people from one region to another
Indo-European speakers who formed an empire which combined id…
Indo-Europeans
group of semi nomadic people
steppes
dry grasslands that stretches north of the Caucasus mountains
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World History - Chapter 2 Vocabulary
Fertile Crescent
silt
irrigation
city-state
located in Iraq; shaped cresent; very fertile land
a thick bed of mud, left by receding water
moving water from one area to another through ditches
cities surrounded by fields used for farming; each developed…
Fertile Crescent
located in Iraq; shaped cresent; very fertile land
silt
a thick bed of mud, left by receding water
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World History Chapter 3
Indo-Europeans
Steppes
Migration
Hittites
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
The movement of people or animals from one region to another.
A Indo-European people group who lived in Anatolia, modern da…
Indo-Europeans
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
Steppes
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
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World History - Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
Remains: tools, jewelry, and other human made objects
Peoples' unique way of life; i.e. customs, family life, socia…
Humans and other creatures that walk upright (australopitheci…
"Old" Stone Age (2.5 million to 8,000 B.C.)
Artifact
Remains: tools, jewelry, and other human made objects
Culture
Peoples' unique way of life; i.e. customs, family life, socia…
49 terms
World History Chapter 3
Indo-Europeans
Steppes
Migration
Hittites
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
The movement of people or animals from one region to another.
A Indo-European people group who lived in Anatolia, modern da…
Indo-Europeans
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
Steppes
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
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World History Chapter 8 Vocabulary
medieval
frontier
missi dominici
tithe
Referring to the middle ages, 500-1500 AD
sparsely populated, undeveloped area on the outskirts of civi…
Royal officials under Charlemagne who traveled around the cou…
10% given to church
medieval
Referring to the middle ages, 500-1500 AD
frontier
sparsely populated, undeveloped area on the outskirts of civi…
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World History Chapter 1 REVIEW
Artifact
Culture
Hominid
Paleolithic Age
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
A People's unique way of life.
Humans and other creatures that walk upright.
A period of time, also known as the Old Stone Age, that laste…
Artifact
A human made object, such as tools and Jewlery.
Culture
A People's unique way of life.
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Modern World History Chapter 4 The Atlantic World
Christopher Columbus (1)
Colony (1)
Conquistador (1)
Encomienda (1)
He was a explorer and an empire builder who sailed westward f…
lands that are controlled by another nation
These were Spanish explorers who conquered and colonized area…
A system whereby natives farmed, ranched, or mined for Spanis…
Christopher Columbus (1)
He was a explorer and an empire builder who sailed westward f…
Colony (1)
lands that are controlled by another nation
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Glencoe World History Chapter 4
Aegean
Black Sea
Bronze Age Civilization
Crete
an arm of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey
a sea between Europe and Asia
A civilization in the Bronze Age (est. 2800 B.C.)
the largest Greek island in the Mediterranean
Aegean
an arm of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey
Black Sea
a sea between Europe and Asia
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World History - Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Constantinople
Justinian
Justinian Code
autocrat
Capital of the Byzantine Empire
Byzantine emperor who held the eastern frontier of his empire…
A code of law that standardized laws in the Byzantine Empire.
absolute in power or authority
Constantinople
Capital of the Byzantine Empire
Justinian
Byzantine emperor who held the eastern frontier of his empire…
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WORLD HISTORY- Chapter 9- The Islamic World and Africa
Islam
Arabian Peninsula
Mohammed
Koran
A religion based on the teachings of the prophet Mohammed whi…
Peninsula on Western Asia or Northeastern Africa that is sepa…
570-632. Born in Mecca, died in Medina; founder of Islam. Reg…
Holy book of Islam.
Islam
A religion based on the teachings of the prophet Mohammed whi…
Arabian Peninsula
Peninsula on Western Asia or Northeastern Africa that is sepa…
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BJU World History Chapter 3
Homer
Socrates
Hippocrates
Eratosthenes
poet
Father of Philosophy
medicine
geography
Homer
poet
Socrates
Father of Philosophy
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World History, Chapter 26- World War I
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
Franz Ferdinand
Gavrilo Princip
partnership that united Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
alliance between France, Russia, and Great Britain
archduke of Austria-Hungary whose assassination led to World…
young Serbian who assassinated Franz Ferdinand and his wife S…
Triple Alliance
partnership that united Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy
Triple Entente
alliance between France, Russia, and Great Britain
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World History - Chapter 1
nomads
bureaucracy
artisans
pictographs
moving from place to place
a system of managing government through departments by appoin…
skilled craftworkers
simple drawings
nomads
moving from place to place
bureaucracy
a system of managing government through departments by appoin…
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Chapter 2 World History
Homo sapiens
Africa
Europe
Loom
Man who thinks
Continent on which earliest men lived
cave paintings were found here, in France.
device used to make cloth
Homo sapiens
Man who thinks
Africa
Continent on which earliest men lived
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World History - Chapter 2
Pharaoh
Cultural Diffusion
City-State
Ziggurats
The Egyptian rulers
New ideas customs, and technologies spread from one people to…
Is a political unit made up of a city and the surrounding lands
In Ancient Mesopotamia a soaring pyramid-temples
Pharaoh
The Egyptian rulers
Cultural Diffusion
New ideas customs, and technologies spread from one people to…
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World History Chapter 11 People
Petrarch
Castiglione
Machiavelli
Erasmus
father of humanism. He had a love of writing, writings of Rom…
Wrote a book of good manners. Set standard behavior in Europe…
an influential Renaissance writer, public official and politi…
most heroic scholar. He was the prince of humanism. Known as…
Petrarch
father of humanism. He had a love of writing, writings of Rom…
Castiglione
Wrote a book of good manners. Set standard behavior in Europe…
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World History, Chapter 28- World War II
appeasement
Axis Powers
nonaggression pact
blitzkrieg
giving in to aggressive demands in order to maintain peace
military alliance made up of Germany, Japan, and Italy
an agreement between parties not to attack one another, such…
German word for "lightning war," a type of assault that empha…
appeasement
giving in to aggressive demands in order to maintain peace
Axis Powers
military alliance made up of Germany, Japan, and Italy
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World History - Chapter 6
republic
patrician
plebeian
tribune
a type of government in which citizens vote
aristocratic landowners who held most of the power
common farmers, artisans, and merchants who held the majority
representatives who protected the rights of the plebeians
republic
a type of government in which citizens vote
patrician
aristocratic landowners who held most of the power
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