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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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AP European History Chapter 9
The two most important influences on E…
An expanding, literate public and the…
Written by Voltaire in English and lat…
________, an eighteenth-century philos…
Locke and Newton
public opinion
Letters on the English
Moses Mendelssohn
The two most important influences on E…
Locke and Newton
An expanding, literate public and the…
public opinion
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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…
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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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AP European History: Chapter 9 - Mr. Tittl
Napoleon Bonaparte
Robespierre
The Constitutional Directory
De-christianization
General who took control of France after the relatively weak…
Lawyer and member of the Committee of Public Safety who was t…
A new system in France that replaced the Committee on Public…
A policy, adopted in the radical phase of the French Revoluti…
Napoleon Bonaparte
General who took control of France after the relatively weak…
Robespierre
Lawyer and member of the Committee of Public Safety who was t…
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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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Chapter 9 vocab European history
Black Death
Taille
Jacquerie
Estate General
The bubonic plague that killed millions of Europeans in the 1…
The direct tax on the French peasantry
Revolt of the French peasantry
The medieval French parliament. It consisted of 3 separate gr…
Black Death
The bubonic plague that killed millions of Europeans in the 1…
Taille
The direct tax on the French peasantry
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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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AP European History: Chapter 9 Vocabulary
The bubonic plague that killed million…
Revolt of the French peasantry.
The treaty of 1420, disinherited the l…
Church offices granted by the ruler of…
Black Death
Jacquerie
Treaty of Troyes
benefices
The bubonic plague that killed million…
Black Death
Revolt of the French peasantry.
Jacquerie
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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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European History Chapter 9 Fall
Common Law
Magna Carta
Crusades
Black Death
...
...
...
...
Common Law
...
Magna Carta
...
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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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AP European History: Chapter 9 Vocab
Black Death
Jacquerie
Treaty of Troyes
benefices
the bubonic plague that killed millions of Europeans in the 1…
revolt of the French peasantry
the treaty of 1420, disinherited the legitimate heir to the F…
Church offices granted by the ruler of a state or the pope to…
Black Death
the bubonic plague that killed millions of Europeans in the 1…
Jacquerie
revolt of the French peasantry
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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…
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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 9-13 DATES AP EUROPEAN HISTORY
1417
1302
1337
1347
the Council of Constance ends the Great Schism
Pope Boniface VIII issued the Unam Sanctum
outbreak of 100 years war
beginning of Black Death
1417
the Council of Constance ends the Great Schism
1302
Pope Boniface VIII issued the Unam Sanctum
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AP European History Ch.9-12 Review
Asian trade routes... The Black Death fol…
Noble landholders... The privileged class…
Three times the population of England…
Jacquerie... Beginning in 1358, the despe…
The Black Death found its way into Euro via:
Which social group suffered the greatest decline in power as…
In the mid-fourteenth century, France had:
The French peasant uprising of 1358 is known as the:
Asian trade routes... The Black Death fol…
The Black Death found its way into Euro via:
Noble landholders... The privileged class…
Which social group suffered the greatest decline in power as…
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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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AP European History Chapter 9 - Key Terms
Vernacular
Boccaccio/Decameron
Flagellants
Taille
the language spoken by the ordinary people in a country
the author of the writing explaining the remedies of the blac…
religious fanatics who beat themselves in ritual penance to h…
direct tax on French peasantry
Vernacular
the language spoken by the ordinary people in a country
Boccaccio/Decameron
the author of the writing explaining the remedies of the blac…
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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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AP European History Chapter 9
The two most important influences on E…
An expanding, literate public and the…
Written by Voltaire in English and lat…
________, an eighteenth-century philos…
Locke and Newton
public opinion
Letters on the English
Moses Mendelssohn
The two most important influences on E…
Locke and Newton
An expanding, literate public and the…
public opinion
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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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AP European History Chapter 9
The two most important influences on E…
An expanding, literate public and the…
Written by Voltaire in English and lat…
________, an eighteenth-century philos…
Locke and Newton
public opinion
Letters on the English
Moses Mendelssohn
The two most important influences on E…
Locke and Newton
An expanding, literate public and the…
public opinion
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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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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 and 10-European History
Substance farming
Crop Rotation
Robert Blakewell revolutionized breedi…
Jethro Tull invented what machine whic…
Farmers grow just enough crops for themselves and their famil…
Deciding which crop to plant each year.
Sheep
Seed drill
Substance farming
Farmers grow just enough crops for themselves and their famil…
Crop Rotation
Deciding which crop to plant each year.
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History 7: Chapter 9 Transformations in European Culture: 1500-1800
Boyle
Copernius
Galilei
Halley
Wrote The Sceptical Chymist
Theorized that the earth revolves around the sun
Used a telescope to confirm the earth's orbit around the sun
A comet is named after this English astronomer
Boyle
Wrote The Sceptical Chymist
Copernius
Theorized that the earth revolves around the sun
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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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Chapter 9 Terms AP European History
old regime
first estate
second estate
third estate
This the term used to describe France before the modern society
This estate was composed of the French clergy. They owned abo…
This estate was composed of the French nobility. They attempt…
This estate was composed of France's 98%. These people were p…
old regime
This the term used to describe France before the modern society
first estate
This estate was composed of the French clergy. They owned abo…
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A.P. European History Chapter 9
Voltaire (1694-1778)
Montesquieu (1689-1755)
Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
Editors: Diderot & D'Alembert
Also known as François Marie Arouet; He was a French philosop…
He wrote The Persian Letters (1721) and The Spirit of the Law…
German philosopher who thought that the mind comes into the w…
They edited Encyclopedia: The Rational Dictionary of the Scie…
Voltaire (1694-1778)
Also known as François Marie Arouet; He was a French philosop…
Montesquieu (1689-1755)
He wrote The Persian Letters (1721) and The Spirit of the Law…
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AP European History Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Enlightenment
Philosophe
Tabula Rasa
Georges-Louis Buffon
A movement in the 18th century that advocated the use of reas…
A group of French "radicals" who focused on human reason and…
blank slate; ... John Locke
Provided evidence of decent; 44 volume set of books describin…
Enlightenment
A movement in the 18th century that advocated the use of reas…
Philosophe
A group of French "radicals" who focused on human reason and…
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History Chapter 9 Transformation in European Culture
the English Bill of Rights
Glorious Revolution
Catherine the Great
Charles II
- signed by William and Mary... - set a limit on royal powers (k…
The American colonies followed the example of the ___ when th…
Russia continued the process of developing a strong monarchy…
Who became the next ruler after Cromwell's death?
the English Bill of Rights
- signed by William and Mary... - set a limit on royal powers (k…
Glorious Revolution
The American colonies followed the example of the ___ when th…
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AP European History: Chapter 9 Crossword Quiz
Advocates of this concept sought to fa…
Issued in December 1301 by Pope Bonifa…
In 1420, this document disinherited th…
Lasting from 1337-1453, this bitter co…
Conciliar Theory
Ausculta Fili
Treaty of Troyes
Hundred Years' War
Advocates of this concept sought to fa…
Conciliar Theory
Issued in December 1301 by Pope Bonifa…
Ausculta Fili
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Chapter 9 - The European Renaissance
Reason
City State
Philosopher
Classical
Ability to think and draw conclusions
A politically independent city and the rural areas around it
Someone who seeks wisdom about existence and reality
Referring to ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome
Reason
Ability to think and draw conclusions
City State
A politically independent city and the rural areas around it
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Chapter 9 -Late Middle Ages; AP European History
Hundred Year's War
French Advantages in the War
French Weaknesses in the War
First Stage of War (Reign of Edward III)
Started because the English king Edward III, the grandson of…
France had three times the population of England. It was far…
Internal disunity caused by endemic social conflicts (France'…
Edward embargoed English wool to Flanders; this caused Flemis…
Hundred Year's War
Started because the English king Edward III, the grandson of…
French Advantages in the War
France had three times the population of England. It was far…
European History Unit 3: Chapter 9
The two most important influences on E…
An expanding, literate public and the…
Written by Voltaire in English and lat…
________, an eighteenth-century philos…
C. Locke and Newton
A. public opinion
C. Letters on the English
D. Moses Mendelssohn
The two most important influences on E…
C. Locke and Newton
An expanding, literate public and the…
A. public opinion
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AP European History Ch.9 Crossword
Treaty of Troyes
Hundred Years' War
Hussites
indulgences
In 1420, this document disinherited the legitimate her into t…
Lasting from 1337-1453, this bitter conflict between France a…
These were the followers of John Huss
Pope Clement VI began the selling of these pardons for unrepe…
Treaty of Troyes
In 1420, this document disinherited the legitimate her into t…
Hundred Years' War
Lasting from 1337-1453, this bitter conflict between France a…
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Chapter 9 history test-Transformations in European Culture
monarchs
absolutism
Louis XIV
Maria Theresa
European __________ continued to strengthen their power and i…
(making all the decisions) resulted in little or no freedom f…
one of the most successful absolute monarch, ruled France wit…
became a monarch of Austria, turned Vienna into a center for…
monarchs
European __________ continued to strengthen their power and i…
absolutism
(making all the decisions) resulted in little or no freedom f…
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AP European history partial chapter 9 IDS
Magna Carta
Charles IV
Phillip VI
Flanders
- a charter of liberties to which the English barons forced K…
Charles IV, born Wenceslaus, was a King of Bohemia and the fi…
Philip VI, called the Fortunate and of Valois, was the first…
A region in the south-western part of the Low Countries, now…
Magna Carta
- a charter of liberties to which the English barons forced K…
Charles IV
Charles IV, born Wenceslaus, was a King of Bohemia and the fi…
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European History Chapter 9-10 Test
What are the 4 phases of the french rev?
What was the assembly of notables?
Who was Louis XVI?
Decribe France before the Revolution
National Assembly(constitution, monarch)... Radical(jacobins, re…
When Colone wanted to help the peasants and got a no from not…
The king during the French Revolution who eventually got exec…
In debt, poor, estates general
What are the 4 phases of the french rev?
National Assembly(constitution, monarch)... Radical(jacobins, re…
What was the assembly of notables?
When Colone wanted to help the peasants and got a no from not…
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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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ap european history chapter 9, AP Euro Study Guide (oh boi)
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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