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E. Eras of European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Dark Ages
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Protestant Reformation
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
(ca. 1374-1600) The ___ was a "rebirth" of learning that star…
(ca. 1517-1546) The _____ began when Martin Luther posted his…
Dark Ages
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
Middle Ages
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
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K. Religions of AP European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Protestants
Lutherans
Calvinists
Swiss Brethren
__ were the members of any denomination that functioned separ…
__ were followers and believers in the writings of Martin Lut…
___ were followers of the writings of John Calvin. Due to his…
The ___ were an Anabaptist group who split from the Zwinglian…
Protestants
__ were the members of any denomination that functioned separ…
Lutherans
__ were followers and believers in the writings of Martin Lut…
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Wo. Most Important Women in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
Laura Cereta (1469-1499)
Isabella d'Estes (1474-1539)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
___ was an Italian humanist who was widely criticized for her…
___ effectively ruled Mantua even before the death of her hus…
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
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L. Most Important Cities in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Worms
Wittenberg
Versailles
St. Petersburg
Martin Luther refused to recant his writings, in 1521, at the…
Martin Luther posted the 95 theses, in 1517, on a church door…
Louis XIV built the Palace at ___ to protect himself from the…
After winning the Great Northern War in 1721, Peter the Great…
Worms
Martin Luther refused to recant his writings, in 1521, at the…
Wittenberg
Martin Luther posted the 95 theses, in 1517, on a church door…
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E. Eras of European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Dark Ages
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Protestant Reformation
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
(ca. 1374-1600) The ___ was a "rebirth" of learning that star…
(ca. 1517-1546) The _____ began when Martin Luther posted his…
Dark Ages
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
Middle Ages
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
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AP Euro: Important European History People
Desiderius Erasmus
Miguel de Cervantes
Geoffrey Chaucer
Dante
-Christian Humanist... -Did not write in vernacular
-Wrote in vernacular
-Wrote in vernacular
-Wrote in vernacular
Desiderius Erasmus
-Christian Humanist... -Did not write in vernacular
Miguel de Cervantes
-Wrote in vernacular
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E. Eras of European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Dark Ages
Middle Ages
Renaissance
Protestant Reformation
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
(ca. 1374-1600) The ___ was a "rebirth" of learning that star…
(ca. 1517-1546) The _____ began when Martin Luther posted his…
Dark Ages
(ca. 476-1100) The ___ was the time period from the fall of t…
Middle Ages
(ca. 476-1350)The "____" was a label which Renaissance thinke…
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AP Euro Key Events in European Diplomatic History
The Peace of Augsburg (1555)
The Council of Trent (1545-1563)
Edict of Nantes (1598)
The Peace of Westphalia (1648)
1. Ended the religious civil war between Roman Catholics and…
1. Reformed Catholic Church discipline and reaffirmed church…
1. Issued by Henry IV of France... 2. Granted religious tolerati…
1. Ended the Thirty Years War... 2. Recognized Calvinism as a le…
The Peace of Augsburg (1555)
1. Ended the religious civil war between Roman Catholics and…
The Council of Trent (1545-1563)
1. Reformed Catholic Church discipline and reaffirmed church…
AP Euro: key figures and events in European history
Niccolo Machiavelli
Desiderius Erasmus
Martin Luther
John Calvin
Renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prints. Belie…
Northern humanists. Wrote "in praise of folly". Wrote in Lati…
Protestant reformer. Criticism of indulgences. Add Advocator…
Protestant reformer. Believed in omnipotence, the weakness of…
Niccolo Machiavelli
Renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prints. Belie…
Desiderius Erasmus
Northern humanists. Wrote "in praise of folly". Wrote in Lati…
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AP Euro Key Events in European Diplomatic History
the peace of augsburg, 1555
the council of trent, 1545-1563
the edict of nantes, 1598
the peace of westphalia, 1648
ended the religious civil war between roman catholics and lut…
reformed catholic church discipline and reaffirmed church doc…
issues by henry iv of france. granted religious toleration to…
ended the thirty years' war. recognized calvinism as a legall…
the peace of augsburg, 1555
ended the religious civil war between roman catholics and lut…
the council of trent, 1545-1563
reformed catholic church discipline and reaffirmed church doc…
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AP Euro Key Figures in European Intellectual History
Niccolo Machiavelli
desiderius erasmus
martin luther
john calvin
renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prince, belie…
northern humanist who wrote "in praise of folly" in Latin whi…
protestant reformer whose criticism of indulgences helped spa…
protestant reformer who wrote "the instates of the christian…
Niccolo Machiavelli
renaissance political philosopher who wrote the prince, belie…
desiderius erasmus
northern humanist who wrote "in praise of folly" in Latin whi…
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AP Euro: Key Figures in European Intellectual History
Niccolo Machiavelli
Desiderius Erasmus
Martin Luther
John Calvin
1. Renaissance political philosopher who wrote "The Prince"... 2…
1. Northern humanist who wrote "In Praise of Folly"... 2. Wrote…
1. Protestant reformer whose criticism of indulgences helped…
1. Protestant reformer who wrote "The Institutes of the Chris…
Niccolo Machiavelli
1. Renaissance political philosopher who wrote "The Prince"... 2…
Desiderius Erasmus
1. Northern humanist who wrote "In Praise of Folly"... 2. Wrote…
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AP EURO - A Hodgepodge Unit in European History
What was the significance of the Crime…
Who was Czar Nicholas I?
What was the dispute?
What was Czar Nicholas' ulterior motive?
1. seriously weakened both Austria and Russia... 2. first war in…
- Russian... - began to move against the Ottoman Empire
- Russia claimed to be the protector of the Eastern Orthodox…
- to gain CRIMEA
What was the significance of the Crime…
1. seriously weakened both Austria and Russia... 2. first war in…
Who was Czar Nicholas I?
- Russian... - began to move against the Ottoman Empire
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Essential Historical Dates in European History (Ap Euro)
1347
1453
1492
1517
The Bubonic Plague arrives in Italy
End of the Hundred Years War; Constantinople falls to Ottomans
The Moors and Jews are expelled from Spain; Columbus sails to…
Martin Luther posts his Ninety Five Theses in Wittenberg
1347
The Bubonic Plague arrives in Italy
1453
End of the Hundred Years War; Constantinople falls to Ottomans
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AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Andorra
Turkey
Greece
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Ankara
Athens
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
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AP Euro History: European Society in the Age of the Renaissance
republic of venice
sforza family
duchy of milan
lorenzo de'medici
state originating from the lagoon communities in Venice
ruling family of renaissance italy, based in milan. acquired…
constituent state of the holy roman empire, 26 towns and a ru…
italian statesman, ruler of florence, most powerful and enthu…
republic of venice
state originating from the lagoon communities in Venice
sforza family
ruling family of renaissance italy, based in milan. acquired…
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AP European History Unit 8
Geocentric
Nicolaus Copernicus
Copernican System
On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres
Earth is in the center of the universe.... Had 10 Crystalline sp…
Polish Monk who was an astronomer in his times of solitude. D…
The sun is at the center of the universe with everything stil…
First push towards a Heliocentric universe, published after C…
Geocentric
Earth is in the center of the universe.... Had 10 Crystalline sp…
Nicolaus Copernicus
Polish Monk who was an astronomer in his times of solitude. D…
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European Expansion (AP Euro)
Economic motives
Religious motives
Adventure motives
Technology
Motive for European expansion that included want to trade for…
Motive for European expansion that included want for converti…
Motive for European expansion that included curiosity and wan…
Part of the means for the European expansion, includes compas…
Economic motives
Motive for European expansion that included want to trade for…
Religious motives
Motive for European expansion that included want for converti…
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Ap euro European renaissance
Humanism
renaissance
Florence
what made florence financial capital
supported liberal arts
means rebirth, consciousness among elites
ruled by de medicis
banking (medici bank)
Humanism
supported liberal arts
renaissance
means rebirth, consciousness among elites
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Caroline I. Most Important Women in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
Laura Cereta (1469-1499)
Isabella d'Estes (1474-1539)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
___ was an Italian humanist who was widely criticized for her…
___ effectively ruled Mantua even before the death of her hus…
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
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AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Andorra
Greece
Germany
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Athens
Berlin
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
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AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Andorra
Turkey
Greece
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Ankara
Athens
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
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AP EURO: Crash Course Key Events in European Diplomatic History
- ended the religious civil war betwee…
- reformed Catholic Church discipline…
- issued by Henry IV of France... - grant…
- ended the Thirty Years' War... - recogn…
The Peace of Augsburg (1555)
The Council of Trent (1545-1563)
The Edict of Nantes (1598)
Peace of Westphalia (1648)
- ended the religious civil war betwee…
The Peace of Augsburg (1555)
- reformed Catholic Church discipline…
The Council of Trent (1545-1563)
50 terms
AP Euro- European Capitals
Moldova
Cyprus
Montenegro
Kosovo
Chisinau
Nicosia
Podgorica
Pristina
Moldova
Chisinau
Cyprus
Nicosia
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AP European History: Unit 8
Young Turks
"sick man of Europe"
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Central Powers
Turkish nationalistic reform party in the 20th century, favor…
name given to the weakening Ottoman Empire in the 19th and 20…
last German emperor who made Bismarck resign; vigrous imperia…
composed of Germany, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Ottoman Empire,…
Young Turks
Turkish nationalistic reform party in the 20th century, favor…
"sick man of Europe"
name given to the weakening Ottoman Empire in the 19th and 20…
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AP European History: Unit 8
Young Turks
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Central Powers
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Turkish nationalistic reform party in the 20th century, favor…
last emperor who made Bismarck resign; vigrous imperialism; s…
composed of Germany, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Ottoman Empire,…
was assassinated in Sarajevo before he couold be crowned rule…
Young Turks
Turkish nationalistic reform party in the 20th century, favor…
Kaiser Wilhelm II
last emperor who made Bismarck resign; vigrous imperialism; s…
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European Cities AP EURO
Amsterdam
Athens
The Hague
Maastricht
Netherlands
Greece
Netherlands
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Athens
Greece
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I. Most Important Women in European History (AP Euro)
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
Laura Cereta (1469-1499)
Isabella d'Estes (1474-1539)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
___ was an Italian humanist who was widely criticized for her…
___ effectively ruled Mantua even before the death of her hus…
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
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AP Euro European Explorers
Marco Polo
John of Monte Corvino
Niccolo de' Conti
Bartholemew Diaz
Venetian who was first to travel overland to China
monk who served as missionary in Persia and India before sett…
Venetian merchant who visited India, Ceylon, and Burma along…
head of Portugal's expedition that went south along west coas…
Marco Polo
Venetian who was first to travel overland to China
John of Monte Corvino
monk who served as missionary in Persia and India before sett…
50 terms
AP Euro: European Capitals
Iceland
Russia
Albania
Malta
Reykjavik
Moscow
Tirana
Valetta
Iceland
Reykjavik
Russia
Moscow
31 terms
AP EURO: Crash Course Key Figures in European Intellectual History
-Renaissance political philosopher who…
-Northern humanist who wrote The Folly…
-Protestant reformer whose criticism o…
-Protestant reformer who wrote The Ins…
Niccolo Machiavelli
Desiderius Erasmus
Martin Luther
John Calvin
-Renaissance political philosopher who…
Niccolo Machiavelli
-Northern humanist who wrote The Folly…
Desiderius Erasmus
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I. Most Important Women in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
Laura Cereta (1469-1499)
Isabella d'Estes (1474-1539)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
___ was an Italian humanist who was widely criticized for her…
___ effectively ruled Mantua even before the death of her hus…
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
37 terms
I. Most Important Women in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
Laura Cereta (1469-1499)
Isabella d'Estes (1474-1539)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
___ was an Italian humanist who was widely criticized for her…
___ effectively ruled Mantua even before the death of her hus…
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
37 terms
I. Most Important Women in European History (HDHS AP Euro)
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
Laura Cereta (1469-1499)
Isabella d'Estes (1474-1539)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
___ was an Italian humanist who was widely criticized for her…
___ effectively ruled Mantua even before the death of her hus…
Christine de Pisan (1363-1434)
___ is considered Europe's first professional female author.…
Isabella I of Spain (1451-1504)
__ worked with her husband, Ferdinand I, to unite the kingdom…
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AP (EURO) EUROPEAN HISTORY CH. 14 KEY WORDS AND BOLDED TERMS
The Imitation of Christ
Ecumenical Council
Diet of Worms
Protestant
A book that expressed the Bretheren of the Common Life's sent…
Pope Julius II's "universal" council. They with the Pope real…
A trial of sorts in the city of worms where Martin Luther was…
The name of the new form of Christianity Luther started. Base…
The Imitation of Christ
A book that expressed the Bretheren of the Common Life's sent…
Ecumenical Council
Pope Julius II's "universal" council. They with the Pope real…
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European Cities - Ap Euro
Amsterdam
Athens
Antwerp
Barcelona
Netherlands
Greece
Belgium
Spain
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Athens
Greece
37 terms
AP Euro: European Capitals
Albania
Belarus
Belgium
Bosnia
Tirana
Minsk
Brussels
Sarajevo
Albania
Tirana
Belarus
Minsk
34 terms
AP Euro: European Exploration
asiento
Aztecs
Bartolome de Las Casas
Black Hole of Calcutta
gave Britain the right to transport slaves to Spanish Latin A…
Mesoamerican civilization; conquered by Spain
most important critic of Spanish treatment of American natives
imprisoned a local British population in India's Fort William
asiento
gave Britain the right to transport slaves to Spanish Latin A…
Aztecs
Mesoamerican civilization; conquered by Spain
32 terms
AP European History Chapter 8
Galileo Galilei
Giordano Bruno
Pope Urban VIII
Scientific method
Astronomer and physicist ... Summonded by ecclesiastical authori…
Dominican Friar... Accused of heresy... Proclaimed the virtues of s…
Accused Galileo only of supporting the views of Copernicus
A means by understanding based on systematic observation of n…
Galileo Galilei
Astronomer and physicist ... Summonded by ecclesiastical authori…
Giordano Bruno
Dominican Friar... Accused of heresy... Proclaimed the virtues of s…
51 terms
AP European History: European Geography Review
Albania
Andorra
Armenia
Austria
Albania
Andorra
14 terms
AP Euro: European Physical Geography
volga river
don river
dnieper river
danube river
volga river
don river
15 terms
European Cities - AP EURO
Amsterdam
Athens
Berlin
Florence
Netherlands
Greece
Germany
Mid-North Italy
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Athens
Greece
62 terms
European Capitals (AP EURO)
Tirane
Andorra la Vella
Vienna
Yerevan
Albania
Andorra
Austria
Armenia
Tirane
Albania
Andorra la Vella
Andorra
28 terms
AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Greece
Germany
Switzerland
Amsterdam
Athens
Berlin
Bern
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Greece
Athens
51 terms
AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Andorra
Turkey
Greece
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Ankara
Athens
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
51 terms
AP Euro European Capitals
Netherlands
Andorra
Turkey
Greece
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Ankara
Athens
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Andorra
Andorra la Vella
51 terms
AP Euro European Capitals
Amsterdam
Andorra la Vella
Ankara
Athens
Netherlands
Andorra
Turkey
Greece
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Andorra la Vella
Andorra
11 terms
EUROPEAN EXPLORERS AP EURO
Prince Henry the Navigator - Portuguese
Vasco da Gama - Portuguese
Christopher Columbus - Italian explore…
Amerigo Vespucci - Florentine (Italian)
established school for study of geography and navigation + se…
first explorer to sail from Europe to India (by Cape of Good…
tried to find direct water route from Europe to Asia and acci…
N/S Americas named in his honor and found present-day Rio de…
Prince Henry the Navigator - Portuguese
established school for study of geography and navigation + se…
Vasco da Gama - Portuguese
first explorer to sail from Europe to India (by Cape of Good…
24 terms
AP Euro: European Capitals
Croatia
France
Germany
Ireland
Zagreb
Paris
Berlin
Dublin
Croatia
Zagreb
France
Paris
14 terms
AP European History chapter 8
Nationalism
Unification
Nationalism
Victor Emmanuel II
Most promising and the most pernicious. Prevelant became in E…
Nationalism was the prime motive for unification of Italy and…
Became prevalent in Europe and around the world after 1848. G…
Ruled Sardinia under a constitutional monarchy, was the only…
Nationalism
Most promising and the most pernicious. Prevelant became in E…
Unification
Nationalism was the prime motive for unification of Italy and…
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