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Chapter 17 Europe Vocab
Eurasia
Topography
Middle Ages
Medieval
The large landmass that includes both Europe and Asia.
Refers to the shape and elevation of land in a region
A period that lasted from about 500 to 1500 in Europe
Referring to the time period known as the Middle Ages
Eurasia
The large landmass that includes both Europe and Asia.
Topography
Refers to the shape and elevation of land in a region
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Chapter 17 Europe Vocab
Eurasia
Topography
Middle Ages
Medieval
The large landmass that includes both Europe and Asia.
Refers to the shape and elevation of land in a region
A period that lasted from about 500 to 1500 in Europe
Referring to the time period known as the Middle Ages
Eurasia
The large landmass that includes both Europe and Asia.
Topography
Refers to the shape and elevation of land in a region
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Chapter 17 The Expansion of Europe
80%
open-field system
soil exhaustion
three-year system
Percentage of people in western Europe who drew their livelih…
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
the ever-present problem with the open-filed system. Depleted…
an improvement from the every other year the field lies fallo…
80%
Percentage of people in western Europe who drew their livelih…
open-field system
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
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Chapter 17: Romanesque Europe
Saint-Sernin... 1070-1120... Unknown... Unknown…
Interior View of Saint-Sernin... 1070-112…
Romanesque Church Portal... Unknown... Unkno…
Church of Sainte-Foy Exterior View... 105…
Saint-Sernin... 1070-1120... Unknown... Unknown…
Interior View of Saint-Sernin... 1070-112…
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Chapter 17 Understanding Western Europe
Passport
NATO
Partnership for Peace ( or PfP)
Hydroelectric Power
is a document given by a government to citizens of that count…
is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization formed by 13 Wester…
is formal cooperation between NATO and former Communist count…
is electricity made using the power of falling water.
Passport
is a document given by a government to citizens of that count…
NATO
is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization formed by 13 Wester…
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Chapter 17 Early Medieval Europe
Charles Martel
Charlemagne
Gregory I
Franks
Carolingian monarch of Franks; responsible for defeating Musl…
"Charles the Great" leader of the Franks (France); unified mo…
He was a strong pope, known as Gregory the Great, who strengt…
Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their leade…
Charles Martel
Carolingian monarch of Franks; responsible for defeating Musl…
Charlemagne
"Charles the Great" leader of the Franks (France); unified mo…
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Chapter 17-Europe
knights
vassal
feudalism
William the Conqueror
the best, proffesionally trained warriors on horse back
a knight who promises support for land
system of promises that governed relationship with lords and…
a powerful French noble who conquered England, brought feudal…
knights
the best, proffesionally trained warriors on horse back
vassal
a knight who promises support for land
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Geo11- Western Europe: Chapter 17- Mediterranean Europe
navigable
siroccos
hub
seismic activity
Sufficiently deep or wide to provide passage for vessels: nav…
( Physical Geography) a hot oppressive and often dusty wind u…
the central part of a wheel, as that part into which the spok…
the types, frequency and size of earthquakes that happen over…
navigable
Sufficiently deep or wide to provide passage for vessels: nav…
siroccos
( Physical Geography) a hot oppressive and often dusty wind u…
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Chapter 17/18 - Rise of Kingdoms in Europe
inherit
reign
inquisition
administration
to receive from a family member who has died
a period of rule
held trials for non believers
people who work with and for a leader
inherit
to receive from a family member who has died
reign
a period of rule
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Chapter 17: Expansion of Europe
Open Field System
Crop Rotation
Enclosure
Jethro Tull
Popular way of farming -Middle Ages. Land to be cultivated wa…
Alternating grain with crops that restored nutrients to the s…
Movement stating that agriculturalists needed to enclose and…
1674-1741-English Innovator. Adopted critical attitude toward…
Open Field System
Popular way of farming -Middle Ages. Land to be cultivated wa…
Crop Rotation
Alternating grain with crops that restored nutrients to the s…
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Chapter 17 Europe Vocab
Enlightment
Secular
Voltaire
Salon
Use of reason in guiding people's thoughts about philosophy,…
Non-religious
French philosopher mocked government and religion in his writ…
Social gathering held to discuss ideas
Enlightment
Use of reason in guiding people's thoughts about philosophy,…
Secular
Non-religious
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Chapter 17: The Expansion of Europe
Atlantic slave trade
Cottage industry
Debt peonage
Economic liberalism
The forced migration of Africans across the Atlantic for slav…
A stage of industrial development in which rural workers used…
A form of serfdom that allowed a planter or rancher to keep h…
A belief in free trade and competition based on Adam Smith's…
Atlantic slave trade
The forced migration of Africans across the Atlantic for slav…
Cottage industry
A stage of industrial development in which rural workers used…
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Chapter 17: The Expansion of Europe
17-1 Proletarianization (TF)
17-2 Guild system (TF)
17-3 Industrial Revolution (TF)
17-4 Debt peonage (TF)
1. The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farme…
1. The organization of artisanal production into trade-based…
1. The shift that occurred as families in northwestern Europe…
1. A person born from a European and a Native American... 2. 17t…
17-1 Proletarianization (TF)
1. The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farme…
17-2 Guild system (TF)
1. The organization of artisanal production into trade-based…
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WGEO: chapter 17 Mediterranean Europe
navigable
dry farming
sirocco
hub
Describes water that is deep enough to travel by boat
A method in which land is left unplanted every few years so t…
A hot, dry wind that blows from North Africa across the Medit…
A central point on concentrated activity & influence.
navigable
Describes water that is deep enough to travel by boat
dry farming
A method in which land is left unplanted every few years so t…
AP Euro Chapter 17; Absolutism in Eastern Europe
Time of Troubles
Great Northern War
King Frederick I
King Frederick William I
A period of time after Ivan IV's son died without an heir and…
lasted from 1700 to 1721. Long brutal war in Russia.
Son of Frederick William. Gained title of King in 1701. Like…
Prussian ruler.... Created the best army in Europe and transform…
Time of Troubles
A period of time after Ivan IV's son died without an heir and…
Great Northern War
lasted from 1700 to 1721. Long brutal war in Russia.
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Chapter 17 The Expansion of Europe
80%
open-field system
soil exhaustion
three-year system
Percentage of people in western Europe who drew their livelih…
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
the ever-present problem with the open-filed system. Depleted…
an improvement from the every other year the field lies fallo…
80%
Percentage of people in western Europe who drew their livelih…
open-field system
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
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Chapter 17- Expansion of Europe
open field system
crop rotation
enclosure
england
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
developed first by the Dutch and then the English. Secret to…
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
studied and copied Dutch agricultural advances, used the syst…
open field system
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
crop rotation
developed first by the Dutch and then the English. Secret to…
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Chapter 17: Absolutism in Eastern Europe
Second serfdom
baroque
Junkers
kholops
Serfdom in Eastern Europe after the High Middle Ages, very re…
elaborate an extensive ornamentation in decorative art and ar…
Nobility and landowning classes that dominated the Estates of…
Under Ivan the Terrible's system of autocracy and compulsory…
Second serfdom
Serfdom in Eastern Europe after the High Middle Ages, very re…
baroque
elaborate an extensive ornamentation in decorative art and ar…
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Chapter 17 The Expansion of Europe
enclosure
proletarianization
cottage industry
putting-out system
the movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
the transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
a stage of industrial development in which rural workers used…
the eighteenth-century system of rural industry in which a me…
enclosure
the movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
proletarianization
the transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
57 terms
Chapter 17 The Expansion of Europe
80%
open-field system
soil exhaustion
three-year system
Percentage of people in western Europe who drew their livelih…
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
the ever-present problem with the open-filed system. Depleted…
an improvement from the every other year the field lies fallo…
80%
Percentage of people in western Europe who drew their livelih…
open-field system
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
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Chapter 17: The Expansion of Europe
Open-field system
Turnips and Potatoes
Enclosure
Cornelius Vermuyden
The fields were open, and the land was divided into several s…
Farmers eliminated leaving fields fallow by alternating grain…
The movement when land was started to be enclosed by fences a…
A Dutch engineer who had large drainage projects in Yorkshire…
Open-field system
The fields were open, and the land was divided into several s…
Turnips and Potatoes
Farmers eliminated leaving fields fallow by alternating grain…
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Chapter 17 (Western Europe)
Middle Ages
Medieval Period
Germanic Successor States
The Franks
-500-1500 CE is western Europe
-500-100 CE... -Western Europe developed an agricultural economy…
-After fall of Western Roman Empire 476 CE... -Visigoths conquer…
-dominant military and political power in western Europe... -Clo…
Middle Ages
-500-1500 CE is western Europe
Medieval Period
-500-100 CE... -Western Europe developed an agricultural economy…
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Chapter 17: Absolutism in Eastern Europe
Harem
Junkers
Kholops
Boyar
A sacred place or sanctuary (or person?) in Muslim Culture. T…
Nobility and Landowning class that dominated the estates of B…
"Slaves of their Prince" what the people considered themselve…
A member of a Russian aristocratic order next in rank below t…
Harem
A sacred place or sanctuary (or person?) in Muslim Culture. T…
Junkers
Nobility and Landowning class that dominated the estates of B…
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Chapter 17 The Expansion of Europe
80%
open-field system
soil exhaustion
three-year system
Percentage of people in western Europe who drew their livelih…
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
the ever-present problem with the open-filed system. Depleted…
an improvement from the every other year the field lies fallo…
80%
Percentage of people in western Europe who drew their livelih…
open-field system
pattern of farming that had developed in the Middle Ages. Lan…
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Chapter 17 Mediterranean Europe
seismic activity
hub
tsunami
graben
activity within the earth such as earthquakes and volcanoes
A central point on concentrated activity & influence.
A long high sea wave caused by an earthquake
Areas of land that have dropped down between faults.
seismic activity
activity within the earth such as earthquakes and volcanoes
hub
A central point on concentrated activity & influence.
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AP Euro Chapter 17; Absolutism in Eastern Europe
Time of Troubles
Great Northern War
King Frederick I
King Frederick William I
A period of time after Ivan IV's son died without an heir and…
lasted from 1700 to 1721. Long brutal war in Russia.
The Great Elector ... Son of Frederick William. Gained title of…
Prussian ruler.... Created the best army in Europe and transform…
Time of Troubles
A period of time after Ivan IV's son died without an heir and…
Great Northern War
lasted from 1700 to 1721. Long brutal war in Russia.
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Chapter 17: The Expansion of Europe
Enclosure
Proletarianization
Cottage Industry
Putting-Out System
The movement to fence the fields in order to farm more effect…
The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
A stage of industrial development in which rural workers used…
The eighteenth-century system of rural industry in which a me…
Enclosure
The movement to fence the fields in order to farm more effect…
Proletarianization
The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
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Chapter 17- The Expansion of Europe
Treaty of Paris
Enclosure
Industrious Revolution
Putting-Out System
The treaty that ended the Seven Years' War in Europe and the…
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
The shift that occurred as families in northwestern Europe fo…
The eighteenth-century system of rural industry in which a me…
Treaty of Paris
The treaty that ended the Seven Years' War in Europe and the…
Enclosure
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
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Chapter 17: Transformations in Europe
****Describe the primary intellectual…
****Explain the differences between tr…
****Make an argument that explains why…
Witch Hunts
Study
Sources of old ideas: traditional folklore, ... New ideas: moti…
Study
The pursuit of people suspected of witch- craft, especially i…
****Describe the primary intellectual…
Study
****Explain the differences between tr…
Sources of old ideas: traditional folklore, ... New ideas: moti…
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Chapter 17- Fourteenth Century Art in Europe
Frescos of the Sala de Nove
Palazzo Della Signoria
Life of John the Baptist
Virgin and Child Enthroned, Cimabue
Painting by the Sienese painter Amborgio Lorenzetti. His pain…
Meeting place of the people that governed Florence. Massive f…
Pair of bronze gilded doors made by Andrea Pisano, depicting…
Created by Cimabue, a painter of a more modern style, this pa…
Frescos of the Sala de Nove
Painting by the Sienese painter Amborgio Lorenzetti. His pain…
Palazzo Della Signoria
Meeting place of the people that governed Florence. Massive f…
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Europe Vocab- S.S- Chapter 17
Eurasia
Topography
Middle Ages
Medieval
Large landmass that includes both Europe and Asia
Refers to the shape and elevation of land in a region
A period that lasted from about 500 to about 1500
Another name for the Middle Ages
Eurasia
Large landmass that includes both Europe and Asia
Topography
Refers to the shape and elevation of land in a region
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Chapter 17- Europe:
Renaissance
Humanism
Secular
Leonardo Da Vinci
Rebirth of art and literature from ancient Greek and Romans
Studies of the works and ideas of ancient Greek and Roman whi…
Attitudes of ideas with no religious or spiritual base
Artist, sculptor, architect, inventor, scientist, and mathema…
Renaissance
Rebirth of art and literature from ancient Greek and Romans
Humanism
Studies of the works and ideas of ancient Greek and Roman whi…
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Chapter 17 The expansion of Europe
Enclosure
proletarianization
cottage industry
Putting-out system
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
A stage of industrial development in which rural workers used…
putting-out system: The eighteenth-century system of rural in…
Enclosure
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
proletarianization
The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
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Chapter 17: Expansion of Europe
Enclosure
Proletarianization
Cottage Industry
Putting-out system
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
A stage of industrial development in which rural workers used…
The eighteenth-century system of rural industry in which a me…
Enclosure
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
Proletarianization
The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
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Chapter 17: Absolution in Europe
English Civil War
Reasons for King Philip II of Spain's…
Name and location of King Louis XIV of…
France's St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre
War between Cavaliers (nobles) and Roundheads (country gentry…
Philip wanted to advance Spanish Catholic power
Versailles in the countryside near Paris
Resulted from the religious war between the Huguenots (French…
English Civil War
War between Cavaliers (nobles) and Roundheads (country gentry…
Reasons for King Philip II of Spain's…
Philip wanted to advance Spanish Catholic power
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Chapter 17: The Expansion of Europe
enclosure
proletarianization
cottage industry
putting-out system
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
A stage of industrial development in which rural workers used…
The eighteenth-century system of rural industry in which a me…
enclosure
The movement to fence in fields in order to farm more effecti…
proletarianization
The transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers…
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Chapter 17: Transformations in Europe
****Describe the primary intellectual…
****Explain the differences between tr…
****Make an argument that explains why…
Witch Hunts
Study
Sources of old ideas: traditional folklore, ... New ideas: moti…
Study
The pursuit of people suspected of witch- craft, especially i…
****Describe the primary intellectual…
Study
****Explain the differences between tr…
Sources of old ideas: traditional folklore, ... New ideas: moti…
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Chapter 17 - Christians In Europe
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne rece…
Which of the following achievements wa…
Roman imperial power ended in 476 C.E.…
Which of the following pairings betwee…
D
C
A
B
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne rece…
D
Which of the following achievements wa…
C
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AP Euro-Chapter 17 Expansion of Europe
Little ice age
Famine Foods
Open field system
Fallow fields
slight shift in overall temperature patterns resulted in a sh…
the foods eaten by a desperate population chestnuts, bark, da…
system of farming that divided the land to be cultivated by t…
fields weren't being plowed to regenerate nutrients, bad soil…
Little ice age
slight shift in overall temperature patterns resulted in a sh…
Famine Foods
the foods eaten by a desperate population chestnuts, bark, da…
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Chapter 17: The Foundations of Christian Society in Western Europe
Aachen
Arianism
Benefice
Carolingian Empire
The capital of the Carolingian Empire.
Early Christian heresy that centered around teaching of Arius…
Grant from a lord to a vassal, usually consisting of land, wh…
Royal clan established by Charlemagne, who expanded the Carol…
Aachen
The capital of the Carolingian Empire.
Arianism
Early Christian heresy that centered around teaching of Arius…
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History Chapter 17 Expansion of Europe
How were Guilds beneficial?
Who did Guilds not allow?
When did the Guilds come about?
How did the Guild system work?
- protected urban artisans ... - provided government with revenu…
- women... - Jews... - foreigners
- end of Middle Ages... - after feudalism... - during economic boom
- those who violated monopolies could be prosecuted... - had soc…
How were Guilds beneficial?
- protected urban artisans ... - provided government with revenu…
Who did Guilds not allow?
- women... - Jews... - foreigners
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Europe Chapter 17 Vocabulary
Bushido
Charlemagne
Chivalry
Eleanor of Aquitaine
A code of honor and morals developed by the Japanese samurai.
Also known as Charles the Great I, he was the king of the Fra…
The medieval knightly system with its religious, moral, and s…
One of the wealthiest and most powerful women in Western Euro…
Bushido
A code of honor and morals developed by the Japanese samurai.
Charlemagne
Also known as Charles the Great I, he was the king of the Fra…
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Europe Chapter 17 Mediterranean Europe
In the 1400s, Portugal explored new se…
Italy's most produtive farmland is
How do the climates of Spain and Portu…
How are the Basques different from oth…
East Africa
in the Po River valley
Portugal is wetter
They speak a language that is not related to other languages…
In the 1400s, Portugal explored new se…
East Africa
Italy's most produtive farmland is
in the Po River valley
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Chapter 17 Absolutism in Eastern Europe to 1740
Holy Roman Empire
Ottoman Empire
Suleiman the Magnificent
Janissary Corps
A Germanic empire located chiefly in central Europe that bega…
Islamic state Anatolia(Turkey) ca. 1300. After the fall of th…
(r. 1520-1566) was perhaps the most powerful ruler in the wor…
The Christian slaves of the Ottomans who were not eligible fo…
Holy Roman Empire
A Germanic empire located chiefly in central Europe that bega…
Ottoman Empire
Islamic state Anatolia(Turkey) ca. 1300. After the fall of th…
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expansion in europe (chapter 17 euro)
agricultural revolution
atlantic slave trade (asiento)
bourgeoisie
cottage industry
workers begin to have a variety of food choices and can be pr…
Africans were sold to work in the Americas and Caribbean and…
middle-class minority who owned means of production and explo…
stage of industrial development where rural workers used hand…
agricultural revolution
workers begin to have a variety of food choices and can be pr…
atlantic slave trade (asiento)
Africans were sold to work in the Americas and Caribbean and…
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Chapter 17 Absolutism in Eastern Europe
What were two outcomes of the triumph…
How was the social structure upon whic…
What were the reasons for the reemerge…
In western Europe the conflict between…
1. Monarchies exercised huge influence and created an authori…
West: to centralize power, battles and deals... East:... -has no/we…
-Black Death hits... -shortage of labor... -in west, if lord dies,…
-west=deals cut with upper and middle classes... -everyone benef…
What were two outcomes of the triumph…
1. Monarchies exercised huge influence and created an authori…
How was the social structure upon whic…
West: to centralize power, battles and deals... East:... -has no/we…
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SCAD Art History Chapter 17: Gothic Europe
Abbey Church of Saint-Denis
pointed arch
arcade
tracery
known as the first Gothic structure and was developed in the…
curved, then pointed masonry construction that spans an openi…
An arch or a series of arches supported by piers or columns
Geometrically constructed building ornament such as a foil fo…
Abbey Church of Saint-Denis
known as the first Gothic structure and was developed in the…
pointed arch
curved, then pointed masonry construction that spans an openi…
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Chapter 17, Romanesque Art in Europe: Study Guide
ambulatory
apse
buttresses
campanile
a place for walking, especially an aisle around the apse or a…
a large semicircular or polygonal recess in a church, arched…
projecting support of stone or brick built against a wall.
an Italian bell tower, especially a freestanding one.
ambulatory
a place for walking, especially an aisle around the apse or a…
apse
a large semicircular or polygonal recess in a church, arched…
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Chapter 17 - Christians In Europe
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne rece…
Which of the following achievements wa…
Roman imperial power ended in 476 C.E.…
Which of the following pairings betwee…
D
C
A
B
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne rece…
D
Which of the following achievements wa…
C
Chapter 17 - Christians In Europe
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne rece…
Which of the following achievements wa…
Roman imperial power ended in 476 C.E.…
Which of the following pairings betwee…
D
C
A
B
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne rece…
D
Which of the following achievements wa…
C
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