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World History Chapter 9 A European Empire
local territories in the German Kingdom
ruler of a duchy
this duke forced the other dukes to ca…
Henry I's son
duchy
duke
Henry the Fowler (King Henry I)
Otto I (Otto the Great)
local territories in the German Kingdom
duchy
ruler of a duchy
duke
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Chapter 9 Terms - World History 7 - Transformations in European Culture
King Louis XIV
Absolute monarchy
Absolutism
Czar
Absolute Monarch of France; ... Known as the "Sun King";... Longest…
where a country is ruled by a king/queen who has total power…
a political theory that absolute power should be vested in on…
Russian title for "emperor" or "Caesar"... also spelled Tsar
King Louis XIV
Absolute Monarch of France; ... Known as the "Sun King";... Longest…
Absolute monarchy
where a country is ruled by a king/queen who has total power…
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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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European history chapter 9
Balfour Declaration
Reparations
Dadaism
"The Fountain" ... Duchamp
a statement by the British government supporting a Jewish sta…
payment for damages after a war
art movement after the first world war that marked values of…
Balfour Declaration
a statement by the British government supporting a Jewish sta…
Reparations
payment for damages after a war
European history chapter 9
cartel
dynamo
Henry Bessemer
Alfred Nobel
a group of companies that join together to control the produc…
a machine used to generate electricity
British engineer who developed a new process for making steel…
Swedish chemist who invented dynamite, earning him a huge for…
cartel
a group of companies that join together to control the produc…
dynamo
a machine used to generate electricity
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Chapter 9 & 10 (European History)
Enclosures
Crop Rotation
Factors of production
John Kay
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to…
Economic resources use in the production of
A Brit who invented the fly shuttle. Made is possible for one…
Enclosures
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
Crop Rotation
The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to…
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History chapter 9: European culture
Hippocrates
Eratosthenes
Euclid
Albert the Great
A Greek; father of medicine; believed that illness always has…
A Greek; measured distance around the earth using latitude an…
A Greek; father of geometry; developed a school in Alexandria
A friar; introduced Muslim documents to medieval universities
Hippocrates
A Greek; father of medicine; believed that illness always has…
Eratosthenes
A Greek; measured distance around the earth using latitude an…
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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…
World History - Chapter 9
Andes Mountains
Rocky Mountains
Length of Americas
Strait
Name for mountains in South America
Name for mountains in North America
9,000 miles
Narrow strip of water that separates land masses
Andes Mountains
Name for mountains in South America
Rocky Mountains
Name for mountains in North America
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Modern European History Chapter 9
Leopold I (r.1657-1705)
Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736)
Charles VI (r.1711-1740)
Pragmatic Sanction (1713)
Austrian leader who successfully resisted both the Ottoman Em…
Habsburgs' most eminent general, who, during the War of the S…
Succeeded Joseph I as Holy Roman emperor and ruler of Austria…
Passed by Charles VI, this stipulated that the Habsburg lands…
Leopold I (r.1657-1705)
Austrian leader who successfully resisted both the Ottoman Em…
Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736)
Habsburgs' most eminent general, who, during the War of the S…
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Chapter 9 - World Studies - Transformations in European Culture
A Christian who opposed enemies of Chr…
Doubted anything in the Bible that he…
Limited the king's powers
Determined the distance around the earth
Robert Boyle
Spinoza
English Bill of Rights
Eratosthenes
A Christian who opposed enemies of Chr…
Robert Boyle
Doubted anything in the Bible that he…
Spinoza
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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
depression
collective bargaining
deficit spending
totalitarian state
a period of low economic activity and rising unemployment
the right of unions to negotiate with employers over wages an…
when a government pays out more money than it takes in throug…
a government that aims to control the political, economic, so…
depression
a period of low economic activity and rising unemployment
collective bargaining
the right of unions to negotiate with employers over wages an…
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chapter 9 world history
visigoths
ostrogoths
importance of monasticism
anglo saxons
A Germanic tribe who settled primarily in Spain; until the os…
A Germanic tribe that took control in the 5th century
convert pagans, dedication to god, provides school, hospitals…
anglos and saxons from germanic tribes from denmark and north…
visigoths
A Germanic tribe who settled primarily in Spain; until the os…
ostrogoths
A Germanic tribe that took control in the 5th century
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World History Chapter 9
Byzantine Empire
monk
monasticism
Nuns
The Eastern Roman Empire that lasted until 1453
a man that separates himself from ordinary life to dedicate h…
living the life of a monk
a woman that separates herself from ordinary life to dedicate…
Byzantine Empire
The Eastern Roman Empire that lasted until 1453
monk
a man that separates himself from ordinary life to dedicate h…
World History - Chapter 9
Middle Ages
Charlemagne
Monastery
Feudalism
The period of European history between the collapse of Rome a…
A king of the Franks (from A.D. 768) who conquered much of Eu…
A place where members of a religious order practice a life of…
The political and social system of the Middle Ages in Europe,…
Middle Ages
The period of European history between the collapse of Rome a…
Charlemagne
A king of the Franks (from A.D. 768) who conquered much of Eu…
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World History Chapter 9
Golden Horde
Justinian
Kiev
Balkan Peninsula
Mongol armies who ruled much of medieval Russia
a Byzantine emperor determined to revive ancient Rome
the center of the first Russian state
an area of southeastern Europe extending into the Mediterrane…
Golden Horde
Mongol armies who ruled much of medieval Russia
Justinian
a Byzantine emperor determined to revive ancient Rome
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Chapter 9 AP European History- Maya Wright
corporation
stock
laissez faire
Adam Smith
a business by stockholders who share in its profits but are n…
certain rights of ownership in a corporation
the idea that government should not interfere with or regulat…
a professor at the University of Glasgow who defended the ide…
corporation
a business by stockholders who share in its profits but are n…
stock
certain rights of ownership in a corporation
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Chapter 9 European History- Vocab
1. Enlightenment
2. Philosophe
3. Tabula Rasa
4. Salons
The philosophical movement that relied on reason as the only…
The intellectuals of the Enlightenment. Took their ideas to t…
Meaning "Blank Slate," the idea the humans are entirely devel…
A meeting place for amusement where the free exchange of idea…
1. Enlightenment
The philosophical movement that relied on reason as the only…
2. Philosophe
The intellectuals of the Enlightenment. Took their ideas to t…
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ap european history chapter 9
What were the underlying and precipita…
What were the causes of the Black Deat…
Why did Pope Boniface VIII quarrel wit…
How did the church change from 1220 to…
The causes of the war where when King Edward, the English kin…
Overpopulation, economic depression, famine, and bad health w…
The Kings taxed the clergy and Boniface did not want them tax…
In 1220 monarchs fought with the papacy over whether or not r…
What were the underlying and precipita…
The causes of the war where when King Edward, the English kin…
What were the causes of the Black Deat…
Overpopulation, economic depression, famine, and bad health w…
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Chapter 9 European History Terms
Isaac Newton
Tabula Rosa
Philosophes
Voltaire
Definition: Sir Isaac Newton (25 December 1642 - 20 March 172…
The human mind at birth is like a blank tablet or tabula rosa…
Body of Enlightenment thinkers. Most famous for writing "Ency…
Philosopher who wrote the "Candide", satirizing prejudice, op…
Isaac Newton
Definition: Sir Isaac Newton (25 December 1642 - 20 March 172…
Tabula Rosa
The human mind at birth is like a blank tablet or tabula rosa…
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World History Chapter 9
Pork
Hijrah
Muezzin
Jihad
Muslims do not eat
Journey to Madinah
Crier that calls Muslims to prayer five times a day
"struggle in the way of God"
Pork
Muslims do not eat
Hijrah
Journey to Madinah
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World History Chapter 9
Edict of Milan
Tertullian
Diocletian
Revelation
ended the persecution and made Christianity a legal religion
church father who declared, "The blood of the martyrs is the…
emperor during the tenth and greatest persecution
written by John
Edict of Milan
ended the persecution and made Christianity a legal religion
Tertullian
church father who declared, "The blood of the martyrs is the…
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AP European History Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Corporation
Stock
Laissez faire
Adam Smith
a business owned by stockholders who share in its profits but…
a type of security that signifies ownership in a corporation…
the idea that government should not interfere with or regulat…
Scottish social philosopher and political economist who wrote…
Corporation
a business owned by stockholders who share in its profits but…
Stock
a type of security that signifies ownership in a corporation…
World History Chapter 9
Henry Bessemer
alfred nobel
michael faraday
dynamo
developed a new process of making steel from iron
invented dynamite
created the first simple electronic motor
a machine that generates electricity
Henry Bessemer
developed a new process of making steel from iron
alfred nobel
invented dynamite
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European History Chapter 9 Fall
Common Law
Magna Carta
Crusades
Black Death
...
...
...
...
Common Law
...
Magna Carta
...
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World History - Chapter 9 - The Greek World
Cyrus the Great
Darius I
Xerxes I
Philip II
Persian emperor who created the Persian Empire by conquering…
Persian emperor who restored order to the Persian Empire afte…
Persian emperor who led the second invasion of Greece in 480 BC
King of Macedonia from 359-336 BC and brilliant military lead…
Cyrus the Great
Persian emperor who created the Persian Empire by conquering…
Darius I
Persian emperor who restored order to the Persian Empire afte…
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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AP European History Chapter 9
Which social group suffered the greate…
The Statute of Laborers, enacted in th…
In the mid-fourteenth century, France…
What papal doctrine contributed to the…
noble landholders
limited wages to pre-plague levels
three times the population of England and was much richer
plenitudde of power
Which social group suffered the greate…
noble landholders
The Statute of Laborers, enacted in th…
limited wages to pre-plague levels
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World HIstory, chapter 9, bju
Lay investiture
Simony
Cistercians
College of Cardinals
Appointment of church officials by layman, particularly kings.
The buying and selling of religious articles or church offices.
Lived secluded and disciplined lives. Led by Bernard Clairvaux.
Designed to free the church of secular control; elects the po…
Lay investiture
Appointment of church officials by layman, particularly kings.
Simony
The buying and selling of religious articles or church offices.
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Chapter 9 European History Timeline
1215
1223
1240
1286
Pope Innocent III decreed that clergy wouldn't have to pay ta…
Genghis Khan invaded Russia
Kiev fell to Batu Khan
(February 5th) Pope Innocent III issued Clericis laicos which…
1215
Pope Innocent III decreed that clergy wouldn't have to pay ta…
1223
Genghis Khan invaded Russia
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World History Chapter 9 Section 3 Europeans Look Outward
Crusades
Soninke People
Seljuk Turks
Council of Clermont
A Holy war of Christians against Muslims.
A West African people who built a large trading empire in Gha…
Turks that had migrated from Central Asia, took over the Byza…
In 1095, Pope Urban II incites bishops and nobles to send Chr…
Crusades
A Holy war of Christians against Muslims.
Soninke People
A West African people who built a large trading empire in Gha…
Chapter 9 World History
lay investiture
Holy Roman Empire
Crusades
Gregory VII
The appointment of religious officials by kings or nobles
An empire established in Europe in the 10th century A.D., ori…
A series of holy wars from 1096-1270 AD undertaken by Europea…
Pope during the 11th century who attempted to free Church fro…
lay investiture
The appointment of religious officials by kings or nobles
Holy Roman Empire
An empire established in Europe in the 10th century A.D., ori…
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World History Chapter 9
ordeal
bishopric
pope
monk
a physical trial to determine whether a person is guilty or i…
a group of parishes headed by a bishop (a leader in the church)
the bishop of Rome and leader of the Roman Catholic church
a man who separates himself from ordinary society to dedicate…
ordeal
a physical trial to determine whether a person is guilty or i…
bishopric
a group of parishes headed by a bishop (a leader in the church)
World History: Chapter 9
excommunicate
Magna Carta
Holy Land
Turks
not allowed to attend the Catholic church
document created to limit the king's power and give rights to…
where Jesus lived and taught
group that threatened Constantinople
excommunicate
not allowed to attend the Catholic church
Magna Carta
document created to limit the king's power and give rights to…
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world history: chapter 9
estate
taille
burgeoisie
sans-culottes
The traditional group of representatives from the three Estat…
An annual direct tax, usually on land or property, that provi…
the middle class including merchants, industrialist, and prof…
In the French Revolution, a radical group made up of Parisian…
estate
The traditional group of representatives from the three Estat…
taille
An annual direct tax, usually on land or property, that provi…
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World History Chapter 9
synagogues
Gentiles
Herold the Great
apostles
local Jewish places of worship where they read the Old Testam…
non Jews
married into a Jewish family and was ruling Judaea in Palesti…
12 men appointed by Jesus to carry on His works of preaching…
synagogues
local Jewish places of worship where they read the Old Testam…
Gentiles
non Jews
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World History - Chapter 9
Wergild
Ordeal
Bishopric
Pope
"money for man", the value of a person in money, depending on…
a means of determining guilt in Germanic law, based on the id…
a group of Christian communities, or parishes, under the auth…
the bishop of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church
Wergild
"money for man", the value of a person in money, depending on…
Ordeal
a means of determining guilt in Germanic law, based on the id…
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WORLD HISTORY CHAPTER 9
Beringia
Ice Age
maize
Mesoamerica
Name given to land bridge stretching from Asia to North America
Most recent one dates back to 1.9 million-10,000 BC when glac…
Spanish for "corn"
Ancient name for land stretching from central Mexico to north…
Beringia
Name given to land bridge stretching from Asia to North America
Ice Age
Most recent one dates back to 1.9 million-10,000 BC when glac…
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AP European History Chapter 9 Key Terms
How Enlightened Absolutism came about
Tabula Rosa
John Locke
The Social Contract
- ideas of enlightenment had a direct impact on rulers in cen…
-means "blank slate", refers to the idea that humans are born…
- greatly influenced 18th century thought through his argumen…
- Thomas Hobbes was the first to think of this idea but Jean…
How Enlightened Absolutism came about
- ideas of enlightenment had a direct impact on rulers in cen…
Tabula Rosa
-means "blank slate", refers to the idea that humans are born…
AP European History Chapter 9 Vocab
Hundred Years War
Bubonic Plague (Black Death)
Decameron
Flagellants
- 1337-1453 War between France and England. Actually lasted 1…
- first case in Europe was found in 1346. Plague was carried…
-1348, a book written by Giovanni Boccaccio. It is about some…
-1349-1399, a religious group who believed that the Black Pla…
Hundred Years War
- 1337-1453 War between France and England. Actually lasted 1…
Bubonic Plague (Black Death)
- first case in Europe was found in 1346. Plague was carried…
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Chapter 9 World History
Industrial Revolution
Enclosures
Crop Rotation
Industrialization
the shift, beginning in England during the 18th century, from…
one of the fenced-in or hedged-in fields created by wealthy B…
the system of growing a different crop in a field each year t…
the development of industries for the machine production of g…
Industrial Revolution
the shift, beginning in England during the 18th century, from…
Enclosures
one of the fenced-in or hedged-in fields created by wealthy B…
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AP European History: Chapter 9
Who were two major intellectual foreru…
Newton's Principia Mathematica
Print Culture
Philosophes
Issac Newton and John Locke
Provided explanatory annotation.
Culture in which books, journals, newspapers, and pamphlets h…
18th century writers and critics who forged the new attitudes…
Who were two major intellectual foreru…
Issac Newton and John Locke
Newton's Principia Mathematica
Provided explanatory annotation.
AP European History Key Terms Chapter 9
philosophes
deism
physiocrats
laissez-faire
The eighteenth-century writers and critics who forged the new…
A belief in a rational God who had created the universe but t…
Eighteenth-century French thinkers who attacked the mercantil…
French phrase meaning "allow to do." In economics the doctrin…
philosophes
The eighteenth-century writers and critics who forged the new…
deism
A belief in a rational God who had created the universe but t…
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Chapter 9 - World Studies - Transformations in European Culture
A Christian who opposed enemies of Chr…
Doubted anything in the Bible that he…
Limited the king's powers
Determined the distance around the earth
Robert Boyle
Spinoza
English Bill of Rights
Eratosthenes
A Christian who opposed enemies of Chr…
Robert Boyle
Doubted anything in the Bible that he…
Spinoza
ap european history chapter 9
What were the underlying and precipita…
What were the causes of the Black Deat…
Why did Pope Boniface VIII quarrel wit…
How did the church change from 1220 to…
The causes of the war where when King Edward, the English kin…
Overpopulation, economic depression, famine, and bad health w…
The Kings taxed the clergy and Boniface did not want them tax…
In 1220 monarchs fought with the papacy over whether or not r…
What were the underlying and precipita…
The causes of the war where when King Edward, the English kin…
What were the causes of the Black Deat…
Overpopulation, economic depression, famine, and bad health w…
Chapter 9: World History
Autocrat
Patriarch
Icon
Constantinople
Sole ruler with complete authority
Highest church official
Holy images
The capital of the eastern Roman Empire
Autocrat
Sole ruler with complete authority
Patriarch
Highest church official
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ap european history chapter 9
What were the underlying and precipita…
What were the causes of the Black Deat…
Why did Pope Boniface VIII quarrel wit…
How did the church change from 1220 to…
The causes of the war where when King Edward, the English kin…
Overpopulation, economic depression, famine, and bad health w…
The Kings taxed the clergy and Boniface did not want them tax…
In 1220 monarchs fought with the papacy over whether or not r…
What were the underlying and precipita…
The causes of the war where when King Edward, the English kin…
What were the causes of the Black Deat…
Overpopulation, economic depression, famine, and bad health w…
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BJU World History Chapter 9
simony
Urban II
King John
Louis IX
The selling of church offices
The pope that called the 1st Crusade
Forced to sign the Magna Carta
Peace and justice were his primary goals as he reigned over F…
simony
The selling of church offices
Urban II
The pope that called the 1st Crusade
ap european history chapter 9
What were the underlying and precipita…
What were the causes of the Black Deat…
Why did Pope Boniface VIII quarrel wit…
How did the church change from 1220 to…
The causes of the war where when King Edward, the English kin…
Overpopulation, economic depression, famine, and bad health w…
The Kings taxed the clergy and Boniface did not want them tax…
In 1220 monarchs fought with the papacy over whether or not r…
What were the underlying and precipita…
The causes of the war where when King Edward, the English kin…
What were the causes of the Black Deat…
Overpopulation, economic depression, famine, and bad health w…
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