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Europe (World History)
Atlantic Ocean
North Sea
Baltic Sea
Black Sea
Atlantic Ocean
North Sea
37 terms
World History: Revolutionary Europe
patronage
Leonardo da Vinci
Lorenzo de Medici
humanism
support given by the rich or powerful to artists
an artist, inventor, and architect during the Renaissance; fa…
the unofficial good and wise ruler of Florence; powerful fami…
study of man and sciences
patronage
support given by the rich or powerful to artists
Leonardo da Vinci
an artist, inventor, and architect during the Renaissance; fa…
48 terms
Countries of Europe- World History
Iceland
Norway
Sweden
Finland
Iceland
Norway
24 terms
World History ~ Europe map
Spain
England
France
Germany
What country is this?
What country is this?
What country is this?
What country is this?
Spain
What country is this?
England
What country is this?
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WORLD HISTORY- Chapter 8- The Middle Ages in Europe
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Eastern Orthodoxy
Code of Justinian
(330-1453) Eastern part of the Roman Empire that survived the…
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
Church established in the Byzantine Empire after the split fr…
A collection of Roman laws organized by the Byzantine emperor…
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) Eastern part of the Roman Empire that survived the…
Constantinople
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
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World History Chpt 21: Absolute Monarchs in Europe
Philip II
Absolute Monarch
Divine Right
Edict of Nantes
Spanish king who believed it was his duty to defend Catholici…
a king or queen who has unlimited power and seeks to control…
the idea that monarchs (Kings & Queens) are God's representat…
a 1598 declaration in which the French king Henry IV promised…
Philip II
Spanish king who believed it was his duty to defend Catholici…
Absolute Monarch
a king or queen who has unlimited power and seeks to control…
57 terms
World History: CH 5 Absolute Monarchs in Europe
Philip II
Absolute Monarch
Divine Right
Peace of Augsburg
This person was the King of Spain and considered himself the…
Kings or queens who held all the power within their nation's…
The idea that God created the monarchy and that the monarch a…
Allowed German princes to choose the religion for their terri…
Philip II
This person was the King of Spain and considered himself the…
Absolute Monarch
Kings or queens who held all the power within their nation's…
8 terms
World History Formation of Western Europe
Simony
Gothic
Urban II
Crusade
The Bishops sold positions in the Church
1100's new style of architecture, comes from a Germanic tribe.
Pope that issued a call for a "Holy War"
A "Holy War" to gain control of the Holy Land.
Simony
The Bishops sold positions in the Church
Gothic
1100's new style of architecture, comes from a Germanic tribe.
8 terms
World History: Europe
Leif Ericson
Bartholomeu Dias
Vasca De Gama
Queen Isabella
Explorer who discovered (Vinland)-NewFoundland, Canada
Discovered the Cape of Good Hope
reaches India by traveling around the Cape of Good Hope
Queen of spain who gave colombus the ships and sailors to sai…
Leif Ericson
Explorer who discovered (Vinland)-NewFoundland, Canada
Bartholomeu Dias
Discovered the Cape of Good Hope
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World History- Rise of Europe
Renaissance
Martin Luther
Protestant Reformation
Calvinism
term used to describe a series of profound intellectual and s…
1517, a German Monk who publicly posted a list of 95 argument…
a long series of revolts against church authority, breakaway…
Christian Theology
Renaissance
term used to describe a series of profound intellectual and s…
Martin Luther
1517, a German Monk who publicly posted a list of 95 argument…
32 terms
World History_Europe Map
Albania
Andorra
Austria
Belgium
Tirana
(No capital needed)
Vienna
Brussels
Albania
Tirana
Andorra
(No capital needed)
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World History Map for Europe
Greece
Rome
Crete
Israel
(island)
Greece
Rome
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Europe World History
what is the climate like
what is to the north
what is to the west
what is to the south
greatly varies based on bodies of water
arctic ocean
atlantic ocean
mediterranean
what is the climate like
greatly varies based on bodies of water
what is to the north
arctic ocean
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Medieval Europe World History
After Justinian's death, the Byzantine…
Middle class in medieval Europe
Manor system
Chivalry
-powerful local lords gained large areas of land ... -the empire…
Serfs and workers, lower vassals for nobles and lords
A system of mutual obligations where lords split up their lan…
The vows of a knight to protect those who can't protect thems…
After Justinian's death, the Byzantine…
-powerful local lords gained large areas of land ... -the empire…
Middle class in medieval Europe
Serfs and workers, lower vassals for nobles and lords
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World History - Changes in Europe
Peace of Augsberg
Spanish Armada
Scientific Revolution
Scientific Method
What was the event where Charles V allowed German princes to…
"Invincible Armada" Philip ii sent 130 ships to the English C…
People began using experiments and mathematics rather than re…
Roger Bacon describes a repeating cycles of observation, hypo…
Peace of Augsberg
What was the event where Charles V allowed German princes to…
Spanish Armada
"Invincible Armada" Philip ii sent 130 ships to the English C…
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world history Medieval Europe
Anglo-Saxon
Wergild
Social status
The church
took control of Britain and gained support from the Roman Cat…
The Germanic laws allowed feuds to take place in which acts o…
What did the value of the fines depend on?
Played a major role in developing European civilization
Anglo-Saxon
took control of Britain and gained support from the Roman Cat…
Wergild
The Germanic laws allowed feuds to take place in which acts o…
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World History: Modern Europe
V.I. Lenin
events leading to World War I
causes of World War I
nationalism
Bolshevik who took control of Russia during the first revolut…
European borders were locked, so countries looked to Africa t…
nationalism, systems of alliances, militarism, imperialism
national identity; led to dislike of other countries
V.I. Lenin
Bolshevik who took control of Russia during the first revolut…
events leading to World War I
European borders were locked, so countries looked to Africa t…
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World History: Monarchs of Europe
Absolute Monarch
Divine right
Charles V
Peace Of Augsburg
A monarchy has total or absolute control
Belief that a ruler's authority comes directly from God
King of Spain (Holy Roman Emperor) who fought to get the Germ…
Allowed the princes of Germany to choose whether their people…
Absolute Monarch
A monarchy has total or absolute control
Divine right
Belief that a ruler's authority comes directly from God
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AP World History Key Terms (Europe)
Greco-Roman Art
Hellenistic
Carthage
Alexandria
Pertaining to or designating a style of the fine arts develop…
A cultural blend, under Alexander's policies, of Greek, Persi…
This city has existed for nearly 3,000 years, developing from…
City on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt founded by Alexander…
Greco-Roman Art
Pertaining to or designating a style of the fine arts develop…
Hellenistic
A cultural blend, under Alexander's policies, of Greek, Persi…
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World History Medieval Europe
Feudalisim
Manorialism
Chivalry
Serf
Political system of the middle ages... Decentralized ... Alliance b…
Economic system of the middle ages... Decentralized... Contract bet…
traditional code of conduct associated with the medieval inst…
90% of population. Not slaves. Bound to land and lord ... Indebt…
Feudalisim
Political system of the middle ages... Decentralized ... Alliance b…
Manorialism
Economic system of the middle ages... Decentralized... Contract bet…
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World History Europe Map
Iceland
Portugal
Spain
Ireland
Reykjavik
Lisbon
Madrid
Dublin
Iceland
Reykjavik
Portugal
Lisbon
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world history- Medieval Europe
vernacular languages
Charlemagne
Vikings
feudalism
english, spanish, germanic, french
crowned emperor on Christmas by Pope; established counts
sacked towns, destroyed churches, didn't farm
peasants "serfs" we're the farmers; they got their land from…
vernacular languages
english, spanish, germanic, french
Charlemagne
crowned emperor on Christmas by Pope; established counts
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World History-Early Europe
Middle Ages
Feudalism
Crusades
Inquisition
Period of time in Europe lasting from the 5th to 15th century
The dominant social system in medieval Europe in which noble…
In 1097, under orders from Pope Urban II, 30,000 Crusaders ma…
Catholic tribunal beginning in 1232 to suppress heresy and to…
Middle Ages
Period of time in Europe lasting from the 5th to 15th century
Feudalism
The dominant social system in medieval Europe in which noble…
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World history- nationalism in Europe
Nationalism
Autonomy
Nation-state
Universal male suffrage
The greatest royalty is to a nation of people who share a com…
Independence and control over someone or someone's country
A nation with an independent government
All men could vote
Nationalism
The greatest royalty is to a nation of people who share a com…
Autonomy
Independence and control over someone or someone's country
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Europe (World History) part 2
Adriatic Sea
Black sea
Mediterranean Sea
Norwegian Sea
Adriatic Sea
Black sea
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World History I: Europe
Middle Ages
Clovis
Charles Martel
Moors
period between Ancient and Modern World from 500-1500
400s, first to unite Frankish tribes under one central author…
"the Hammer", mayor of the palace, who stopped the Muslim inv…
Muslim inhabitants in Spain who were driven out in 1492 by Qu…
Middle Ages
period between Ancient and Modern World from 500-1500
Clovis
400s, first to unite Frankish tribes under one central author…
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World History- Eastern Europe
Chisinau
Kiev
Minsk
Vilnius
Moldova
Ukraine
Belarus
Lithuania
Chisinau
Moldova
Kiev
Ukraine
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The Making of Europe - World History
Charlemagne
Spain
Italy
France
The king of the Franks
Visgoths
Ostrogoths
Franks
Charlemagne
The king of the Franks
Spain
Visgoths
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Sam World History Monarchies of Europe
Absolutism
Engish Civil War
King John
1215
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
* 1642 - 1651... * Caused by Abuse of power by Charles I
King of England who raised taxes and punished his enemies wit…
Magna Carta signed
Absolutism
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Engish Civil War
* 1642 - 1651... * Caused by Abuse of power by Charles I
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World history: Emergence of Europe
Pope
Monastic movement
Feudalism
Fief
...
...
...
...
Pope
...
Monastic movement
...
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World History- Medieval Europe
What is feudalism? Why did it develop?
What was the major significance of the…
What were the major consequences of th…
What were the most important cultural…
Feudalism is a system of government based on loyalty, distrib…
Wealthiest city in the world, and major center of art, agricu…
religious hatred and more power to the monarchs and the pope
Agricultural revolution, crop rotation, towns and cities were…
What is feudalism? Why did it develop?
Feudalism is a system of government based on loyalty, distrib…
What was the major significance of the…
Wealthiest city in the world, and major center of art, agricu…
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world History western Europe
what is lay investiture?
what is the cannon law?
whats a clergy?
what was the holy roman empire?
the appointment of religious officials by kings or nobles
the body of laws governing the religious practices of a chris…
a body of officials who perform religious services (priests,…
an empire estate in Europe (10th century) AD. consisting of m…
what is lay investiture?
the appointment of religious officials by kings or nobles
what is the cannon law?
the body of laws governing the religious practices of a chris…
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World History Rise of Europe
Medieval
Franks
Clovis
Charles Martel
relating to the culture of Europe during the Middle Ages
Germanic tribe that conquered present-day France
king of the Franks who established a kingdom in Western Europ…
Frankish leader who railed warriors to push Muslims out of Fr…
Medieval
relating to the culture of Europe during the Middle Ages
Franks
Germanic tribe that conquered present-day France
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World History: Mongols and Europe
affluent
aphrodesiac
sinicized
Genghis Khan
having a good amount of money; having a great deal of comfy a…
to heighten sexual arousal and experience
When the Mongols became a bit like the Chinese themselves, th…
father of the Mongols 1210-1227... under his rule, they basicall…
affluent
having a good amount of money; having a great deal of comfy a…
aphrodesiac
to heighten sexual arousal and experience
World History Europe during the Enlightenment
Copernicus
Galileo
Kepler
Newton
Renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated a mod…
Italian astronomer, physicist, engineer, philosopher, and mat…
German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer. A key figur…
English physicist and mathematician who is widely recognized…
Copernicus
Renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated a mod…
Galileo
Italian astronomer, physicist, engineer, philosopher, and mat…
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World History 2: Europe Map
Portugal
Spain
France
United Kingdom
Portugal
Spain
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AP World History Map; Europe
Russia
France
Spain
Italy
Russia
France
10 terms
World History | Medieval Europe
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
The Vikings established settlements in…
Which of the following was NOT one of…
Feudalism was the prominent political…
need answer
Leif Eriksson
He abolished slavery in the Frankish Empire
Serfs
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
need answer
The Vikings established settlements in…
Leif Eriksson
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Ch 7 Nationalism Triumphs in Europe: World History
How did Napoleon raid German lands?
Why did some Germans support Napoleon?
How did Napoleon begin the process of…
WHAT PROBLEM WOULD HAVE TO BE OVERCOME…
1. annexed lands along the Rhine river for France... 2. eliminat…
1. he had enlightened, modern policies... 2. freed serfs... 3. made…
many people wanted to be free from French rule and have a uni…
each German states government would have to be dismantled
How did Napoleon raid German lands?
1. annexed lands along the Rhine river for France... 2. eliminat…
Why did some Germans support Napoleon?
1. he had enlightened, modern policies... 2. freed serfs... 3. made…
World History: Medieval Europe
What was a main purpose of church orde…
Read this passage about the peace trea…
Because of the Great Schism, the Churc…
How did Charlemagne improve the lives…
B. to strengthen the role of the Church
D. freedom of trade between Europeans and Muslims
C. political and cultural influence
C. he revived education
What was a main purpose of church orde…
B. to strengthen the role of the Church
Read this passage about the peace trea…
D. freedom of trade between Europeans and Muslims
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The monarchs of Europe (World History)
Louis XIV
Treaty of Utrecht
Philip II
Peace of Augsburg
French king who held absolute power and became known as the S…
ended the War of the Spanish Succession; forced Louis XIV to…
son of Charles I, king of the Netherlands, Spain, Sicily and…
treaty signed by Charles in 1555, which gave each German prin…
Louis XIV
French king who held absolute power and became known as the S…
Treaty of Utrecht
ended the War of the Spanish Succession; forced Louis XIV to…
44 terms
World History Europe Map Pictures
Portugal
Spain
France
Ireland
Portugal
Spain
210 terms
World History: Europe and Russia
Paul was able to visit Russia last sum…
travel (getting from one point to anot…
Holly is a vice-president over circula…
Fred died of AIDS at the age of fifty-…
This is an example.
This is an example
This is an example
This is not an example
Paul was able to visit Russia last sum…
This is an example.
travel (getting from one point to anot…
This is an example
29 terms
World History Feudalism/Europe
What are the five impacts on social st…
How many classes are there and what ar…
Charlemange
Magna Carta
Little opportunity for peasents, no movement, less trade, few…
March, nobles, knights, and peasents
united parts of central and western Europe with the roman emp…
Legal agreement that was signed in 1215 that limited the Engl…
What are the five impacts on social st…
Little opportunity for peasents, no movement, less trade, few…
How many classes are there and what ar…
March, nobles, knights, and peasents
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World History- Europe
midieval revolution
domesday book
which king ended serfdom
what is the concordact of worms
factors:... capital partnership... bill of exchange... banking
a senses used on how to make people pay taxes
Louis IX (ninth)
agreed that the church had the sole power to elect and invest…
midieval revolution
factors:... capital partnership... bill of exchange... banking
domesday book
a senses used on how to make people pay taxes
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World History Europe
Feudalism
Renaissance
Humanism
Perspective
Political system where loyalty is exchanged for land
Europe History where culture expanded and grew
Study of human potential and achievements
Art technique that creates 3D appearances
Feudalism
Political system where loyalty is exchanged for land
Renaissance
Europe History where culture expanded and grew
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World history Europe
Fjord
North Atlantic Drift
seaworks
City state
A long narrow, deep inlet of the sea between steep slopes
A current of warm water from the tropics
A structure used to control the sea's destructive inpact on h…
Large town that has its own government and controls the surro…
Fjord
A long narrow, deep inlet of the sea between steep slopes
North Atlantic Drift
A current of warm water from the tropics
45 terms
World History Medieval Europe
Eastern Orthodox
Roman Church
Byzantine
Constantinople
Led by patriarch. Speak Greek in mass. Clergy can marry.
Latin mass. No marriage for clergy
Crossroad for Mediterranean Middle East and Asia. Trade cente…
New Rome and surrounded by water
Eastern Orthodox
Led by patriarch. Speak Greek in mass. Clergy can marry.
Roman Church
Latin mass. No marriage for clergy
25 terms
Modern World History; Europe
Great Britian
France
Spain
Portugal
London
Paris
Madrid
Lizbin
Great Britian
London
France
Paris
9 terms
World History- Europe
Medieval
Tribalism
Kingdoms
Monarchies
of or relating to the Middle Ages.
the state or fact of being organized in a tribe or tribes.
- country, state, or territory ruled by a king or queen.... -the…
a form of government with a monarch at the head.
Medieval
of or relating to the Middle Ages.
Tribalism
the state or fact of being organized in a tribe or tribes.
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