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30 terms
AP European History (Unit 1)
Quattrocento
Castiglione
condottieri
Girolamo Savonarola
-1400s (Transition)... -Italy... -Italian word for 1400. Transition…
-1500s... -Italy and all over Europe... -Creates the idea of "manne…
-hired professional fighting men
-Late 1400s (after French invade)... -Florence... -Dominican friar…
Quattrocento
-1400s (Transition)... -Italy... -Italian word for 1400. Transition…
Castiglione
-1500s... -Italy and all over Europe... -Creates the idea of "manne…
119 terms
Unit 1 - The Renaissance - AP European History
vexillology
Act of Union
Catalonia
Belgium
The study of flags.
1707 law that created the United Kingdom.
Unique section of Spain (different people).
A country made only for politics. It contains the two halves…
vexillology
The study of flags.
Act of Union
1707 law that created the United Kingdom.
28 terms
AP European History: Unit 1
Persecution of Minority Groups
Effects of the Black Death on Merchant…
Flagellants
France's Allies and England's Allies i…
- Jews were often blamed (scapegoat)... <Black Death
- less fertile land abandoned - specialized types of agricult…
- people who believed that the plague was God's punishment fo…
France... - Scotland... England... - Flanders... - Burgundy (switched to…
Persecution of Minority Groups
- Jews were often blamed (scapegoat)... <Black Death
Effects of the Black Death on Merchant…
- less fertile land abandoned - specialized types of agricult…
22 terms
AP European History Unit 1
Babylonian Captivity
Black Death
John Calvin
Baldassare Castiglione
This was the forced detention of Jews in Babylonia following…
It was one of the most devastating pandemics in the history o…
He was an influential French theologian and set the principle…
He published a book on education called "The Courtier" in 152…
Babylonian Captivity
This was the forced detention of Jews in Babylonia following…
Black Death
It was one of the most devastating pandemics in the history o…
54 terms
AP European History Unit 1
Black Death
Great Schism
Estates - General
Jaquerie
A disease that hit Europe in 1347 that spread through rats an…
A division in the Catholic Church between two warring faction…
A representation of the council of towns people.
peasant revolt in northern France.
Black Death
A disease that hit Europe in 1347 that spread through rats an…
Great Schism
A division in the Catholic Church between two warring faction…
51 terms
Unit 1 - AP European History
1453
1492
1527
Feudalism
Fall of Constantinople - capture of the capital of the Greco-…
Columbus sailed - Spain sponsored him
End of the renaissance - sacking of Rome
King gave land to nobles, nobles are the ones in control of t…
1453
Fall of Constantinople - capture of the capital of the Greco-…
1492
Columbus sailed - Spain sponsored him
25 terms
Ap European History Unit 1
Bronze Age
hebrews
Judaism
Athens
a period of human culture between the Stone Age and the Iron…
Early group of people who lived in lands between Mesopotamia…
A religion with a belief in one god. It originated with Abrah…
Powerful Greek city-state located in the Attic Peninsula and…
Bronze Age
a period of human culture between the Stone Age and the Iron…
hebrews
Early group of people who lived in lands between Mesopotamia…
37 terms
AP European History Unit 1 flashcards
The Black Death
Bladassare Castiglione, "The Courtier"
Charles VII
Charles VIII
A plague that spread across Asia and Europe killing anywhere…
(1478-1529) diplomat and humanist who wrote The Courtier (152…
Followed Joan of Arc into battle with her as the leading comm…
Had no male heir, died by striking his head on a door.... King o…
The Black Death
A plague that spread across Asia and Europe killing anywhere…
Bladassare Castiglione, "The Courtier"
(1478-1529) diplomat and humanist who wrote The Courtier (152…
40 terms
AP European history unit 1
Causes of the Protestant reformation
Simony
Nepotism
Martin Luther
corruption within the church ($), simony, heresy, nepotism, I…
purchasing of church offices
family members in church offices
father of Protestant reformation
Causes of the Protestant reformation
corruption within the church ($), simony, heresy, nepotism, I…
Simony
purchasing of church offices
85 terms
AP European History Unit 1
Christian Reconquest
Hundred Years War
Flemish Cloth
Philip VI
Castille, Aragon, and Portugal
1. Controversy over French Succession... 2. Flemish vs. English…
Finland wanted independence from France and England
Unrightfully takes French crown when Charles IV dies
Christian Reconquest
Castille, Aragon, and Portugal
Hundred Years War
1. Controversy over French Succession... 2. Flemish vs. English…
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Ap European history: Unit 1 important people
Petrarch
Castiglione
Machiavelli
Pico della Mirandola
Italian scholar and poet in Renaissance Italy, and one of the…
Italian courtier, diplomat, soldier and a prominent Renaissan…
Italian historian, politician, diplomat, philosopher, humanis…
Proposed to defend 900 theses on religion, philosophy, natura…
Petrarch
Italian scholar and poet in Renaissance Italy, and one of the…
Castiglione
Italian courtier, diplomat, soldier and a prominent Renaissan…
153 terms
Unit 1 AP European History
When does art thrive?
Define patron
What did Art communicate during the Re…
What was realism and expression? Give…
When people have wealth to pay for it
Someone who pays for/supports the arts
Social, political, and spiritual values
Portrays things as they are in real life, the first nudes sin…
When does art thrive?
When people have wealth to pay for it
Define patron
Someone who pays for/supports the arts
68 terms
Ap European History Unit 1
Aryan Migration
What happened when the Aryans settled…
What did the Aryans bring to Europe
What is language
Aryans move into Europe
Europe moved into the Bronze age, then the iron age very quic…
Language
The foundations of civilization
Aryan Migration
Aryans move into Europe
What happened when the Aryans settled…
Europe moved into the Bronze age, then the iron age very quic…
45 terms
AP European History Unit 1
Significance of the Fall of Constantin…
The Medici Family
City-States in Italy
Printing Press
all the books and cultural information held in Constantinople…
the banking family of Florence, they financed the art and suc…
Led to autonomy of Florence (made Renaissance more possible),…
knowledge and ideas were able to spread more rapidly (threate…
Significance of the Fall of Constantin…
all the books and cultural information held in Constantinople…
The Medici Family
the banking family of Florence, they financed the art and suc…
31 terms
AP European History Unit 1
The marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella…
Desiderius Erasmus, a Dutch humanist,…
Compared to Italian humanists, norther…
The controversy over _______ rocked Ge…
• Encouraged exploration of the New World... • Drove the moors…
Unite classical and Christian ideals
Religious
Scholarly work on the Hebrew Bible and Jewish grammar
The marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella…
• Encouraged exploration of the New World... • Drove the moors…
Desiderius Erasmus, a Dutch humanist,…
Unite classical and Christian ideals
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AP European History - Unit 1 - "The Reformer" Vocabulary
Laity
Ecclesiastical
Epochal
Doctrine
The mass of people as distinguished from those of the clergy…
Relating to a church, especially as an established institution
Uniquely or significant event/time period
Something that is taught; a branch of knowledge, system, or b…
Laity
The mass of people as distinguished from those of the clergy…
Ecclesiastical
Relating to a church, especially as an established institution
15 terms
AP European History Unit 1
Christine de Pisan
Renaissance Art
Northern Renaissance
Desiderius Erasmus
female humanist that wrote 'The City of Ladies' stating that…
shift toward individualism, secular patrons, naturalism, no h…
more religious movement, Christian Humanists criticized Church
'In Praise of Folly' about problems of the Church, inspired M…
Christine de Pisan
female humanist that wrote 'The City of Ladies' stating that…
Renaissance Art
shift toward individualism, secular patrons, naturalism, no h…
10 terms
AP European History-Unit 1
Magna Carta translated into English me…
"Man is the measure of all things" app…
The Renaissance was the rebirth of cla…
Feudalism is a ______ structure based…
A. Great Charter
B. Humanism
A. Greco- Roman style
C. Socio- economic
Magna Carta translated into English me…
A. Great Charter
"Man is the measure of all things" app…
B. Humanism
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AP European History Unit 1
Pope Boniface VIII
Unam Sanctam
King Philip IV of France
Babylonian Captivity of 1309
Issued Unam Sanctam... tensions b/w him and French King Philip I…
Papal bull that states that Pope has ultimate supremacy and f…
tensions b/w him and the Pope... names his own clergy... courts sta…
Cause: Papacy moved to Avignon and election of French Pope by…
Pope Boniface VIII
Issued Unam Sanctam... tensions b/w him and French King Philip I…
Unam Sanctam
Papal bull that states that Pope has ultimate supremacy and f…
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AP European History: Unit 1
Anglo-Saxons
William of Normandy (French)
Henry II
John
Who takes over England?
Who won against Harold at Battle of Hastings, becomes king of…
Who established the legal system in England?
Which English king was weak and forced to sign the Magna Carta?
Anglo-Saxons
Who takes over England?
William of Normandy (French)
Who won against Harold at Battle of Hastings, becomes king of…
37 terms
AP European History Unit 1 flashcards
The Black Death
Bladassare Castiglione, "The Courtier"
Charles VII
Charles VIII
A plague that spread across Asia and Europe killing anywhere…
(1478-1529) diplomat and humanist who wrote The Courtier (152…
Followed Joan of Arc into battle with her as the leading comm…
Had no male heir, died by striking his head on a door.... King o…
The Black Death
A plague that spread across Asia and Europe killing anywhere…
Bladassare Castiglione, "The Courtier"
(1478-1529) diplomat and humanist who wrote The Courtier (152…
31 terms
AP European History Unit 1
Ural Mountains
paleontology
geopolitics
Parthenon
a mountain range in western Russia extending from the arctic…
a science dealing with prehistoric life through the study of…
The study of the relationship between geography and politics
built in fifth-century Athens B.C. to honor Athena; shows bal…
Ural Mountains
a mountain range in western Russia extending from the arctic…
paleontology
a science dealing with prehistoric life through the study of…
9 terms
AP European History Unit 1 Portfolio
Renaissance
entrepreneurs
individualism
secularism
the "rebirth' of classical culture that occurred in Italy bet…
one who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk in business…
emphasis on and interest in the unique traits of each person…
separation of state from religion; one of the major character…
Renaissance
the "rebirth' of classical culture that occurred in Italy bet…
entrepreneurs
one who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk in business…
23 terms
AP European History Unit 1
humanism
secularism
printing press
city state
A belief that emphasizes faith and optimism in human potentia…
the view that the present well-being of mankind should predom…
A mechanical device for transferring text or graphics from a…
A city with political and economic control over the surroundi…
humanism
A belief that emphasizes faith and optimism in human potentia…
secularism
the view that the present well-being of mankind should predom…
30 terms
Unit 1 - Renaissance (AP European History)
Dante
Boccaccio
Pope Julius II
Pope Leo X
Dante Alighieri; a poet from Florence who wrote the Divine Co…
Giovanni Boccaccio; he wrote an encyclopedia on mythology. He…
His papacy was marked by an active foreign policy, ambitious…
He bankrupted the Church and sold indulgences; the successor…
Dante
Dante Alighieri; a poet from Florence who wrote the Divine Co…
Boccaccio
Giovanni Boccaccio; he wrote an encyclopedia on mythology. He…
74 terms
AP European History Unit 1: Early European History
"Who are you?"
"Where does the world come from?"
Myths
Materialism
The first question Sophie receives; this is difficult to know…
Sophie's second question; science says the Big Bang and relig…
They try to explain the world around them and show a precario…
Using the senses to make their own decisions. They believe in…
"Who are you?"
The first question Sophie receives; this is difficult to know…
"Where does the world come from?"
Sophie's second question; science says the Big Bang and relig…
62 terms
AP European History Unit I
1453
1492
1527
feudalism
end of 100 year war
columbus sailed the ocean blue/age of exploration beginning
end of the renaissance; end of feudalism and rise of monarchies
the dominant social system in medieval Europe, in which the n…
1453
end of 100 year war
1492
columbus sailed the ocean blue/age of exploration beginning
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AP European History: Unit 1: Renaissance Study Guide
Northern Renaissance Writer, Utopia, S…
Northern Renaissance Writer, The Good…
Northern Renaissance Writer, Gargantua…
Vertical vs. Horizontal
Sir Thomas More
Erasmus
Francois Rabelais
Gothic vs. Italian Architecture
Northern Renaissance Writer, Utopia, S…
Sir Thomas More
Northern Renaissance Writer, The Good…
Erasmus
99 terms
AP European History Unit 1 Test
Sforza Family
Medici's: Cosimo, Lorenzo
Borgia Family
Girolamo Savonarola
Milan was also called a republic, but despots of the Sforza f…
The Medici's had great power and had a Medici dynasty They im…
Cesare Borgia was militarilly and politically engaged. An imp…
Girolamo Savonarola was a Dominican friar. His major impact w…
Sforza Family
Milan was also called a republic, but despots of the Sforza f…
Medici's: Cosimo, Lorenzo
The Medici's had great power and had a Medici dynasty They im…
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AP European History Unit 1 Review Questions
Name 4 characteristics of the Italian…
What happened during the Spanish Inqui…
What city during Italian Rensaissance…
Name four reasons Poland experienced t…
Glorification of human achievement... New attempt to reconcile p…
Persecution, forced conversion to Catholicism
Florence
Poland was Roman Catholic ... Russia cut off from cultural weste…
Name 4 characteristics of the Italian…
Glorification of human achievement... New attempt to reconcile p…
What happened during the Spanish Inqui…
Persecution, forced conversion to Catholicism
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AP European History Unit 1 Key Terms
Italian Humanism
Christian Humanism
Civic Humanism
Medici Family (Cosimo and Lorenzo)
The study of the Greek and Roman cultures and the application…
The application of Greek and Roman art to Christian themes.
Will be filled in after covered in class
Got their money by banking. Cosimo "Pater Patriae" Lorenzo "I…
Italian Humanism
The study of the Greek and Roman cultures and the application…
Christian Humanism
The application of Greek and Roman art to Christian themes.
42 terms
AP European History Unit 1 Key Terms
Balance of Power
Baldassare Castiglione's The Courtier
Bartholome de Las Casas
Caravels
Distribution of power among nations in alliances so that any…
A book directed towards the public life of the aspiring elite.
Known for championing the plight of Indians under Spanish Rule
Small Portuguese ships developed in the fifteenth century tha…
Balance of Power
Distribution of power among nations in alliances so that any…
Baldassare Castiglione's The Courtier
A book directed towards the public life of the aspiring elite.
60 terms
AP European History Unit 1 Test
D
E
E
B
Martin Luther initially criticized the Roman Catholic church…
"Religion supplies the pretext and gold the motive." This sta…
Which of the following is true of the German Peasants' Revolt…
"..." The passage above most clearly shows the influence of w…
D
Martin Luther initially criticized the Roman Catholic church…
E
"Religion supplies the pretext and gold the motive." This sta…
AP European History - Renaissance - Unit 1
Guelf
Ghibelline
Grandi
Popolo Grosso
pro-papal faction in Italy
Pro Imperial faction in medieval Italy (anti-papal)
The top aristocracy in Florence. Old Rich
emergent newly rich merchant class of florence capitalists an…
Guelf
pro-papal faction in Italy
Ghibelline
Pro Imperial faction in medieval Italy (anti-papal)
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AP European History Unit 1: Middle Ages
Jacob Fugger
Black Death
Dauphin
Bloodletting
- Born: March 6, 1459... - Died: December 30, 1525 (66 years old…
- Western Europe from 1347- 1351... - Started from fleas and rat…
- The eldest son of the King of France... - Charles VII of Franc…
- Withdrawal of blood from a patient to cure or prevent illne…
Jacob Fugger
- Born: March 6, 1459... - Died: December 30, 1525 (66 years old…
Black Death
- Western Europe from 1347- 1351... - Started from fleas and rat…
23 terms
iB/AP European History - Unit 1
Who were the Medici's?
Who was Jacob Burckhardt?
Who was Petrarch?
Who was Pico della Mirandola?
- A famous and wealthy family that at one time owned the most…
A Swiss historian that wrote a book claiming Italy was the ep…
- Considered the Father of the Renaissance.... - Promoted the id…
- Wrote "Oration on the Dignity of Man", unlimited potential…
Who were the Medici's?
- A famous and wealthy family that at one time owned the most…
Who was Jacob Burckhardt?
A Swiss historian that wrote a book claiming Italy was the ep…
AP European History - Unit 1 - Renaissance
What are the five major Italian city-s…
What are both of the names for the str…
What was the major industry that broug…
What is virtù?
Naples, Milan, The Papal States, Venice, and Florence
The Italian Wars and the Habsburg-Valois Wars
The Medici Bank
When an individual has achieved enough so that he knows enoug…
What are the five major Italian city-s…
Naples, Milan, The Papal States, Venice, and Florence
What are both of the names for the str…
The Italian Wars and the Habsburg-Valois Wars
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Kaplan AP European History 2014 Unit 1 "The Renaissance" Terms
Baldassare Castiglioni, The Courtier (…
Brothers and Sisters of the Common Lif…
Bubonic plague (Black Death) (46)
Christian humanists (49)
One of the greatest nonfiction literary creations of the Sout…
A prominent group in the Netherlands that developed outside t…
A deadly disease caused by a bacillus, which was carried by f…
Christian-based thinkers and writers who were more spiritual…
Baldassare Castiglioni, The Courtier (…
One of the greatest nonfiction literary creations of the Sout…
Brothers and Sisters of the Common Lif…
A prominent group in the Netherlands that developed outside t…
AP European History Unit 1 Vocabulary
Renaissance
Individualism
Pico della Mirandola
Humanism
Name for the period 1350 to 1600 that witnessed a transformat…
The emphasis on the unique and creative personality; another…
Member of the Platonic Academy in Florence wrote Oration on t…
Name for the study of the classics (Greek and Roman in Italy,…
Renaissance
Name for the period 1350 to 1600 that witnessed a transformat…
Individualism
The emphasis on the unique and creative personality; another…
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AP European History Unit 1 vocab
crusades
Hanseatic League
Hundred years war
scholasticism
series of attacks in Middle East
cities in Germany and Scandinavia to facilitate trade
war fought between kings of France and England over territory
attempt to reconcile beliefs and values of christianity with…
crusades
series of attacks in Middle East
Hanseatic League
cities in Germany and Scandinavia to facilitate trade
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AP European History Unit 1: The Renassaince
Republic of Florence
Duchy of Milan
Republic of Venice
Papal States
Originated in 1115, when the Florentine people rebelled again…
The Duchy of Milan was a constituent state of the Holy Roman…
A state originating from the lagoon communities in the area o…
Territory in central Italy ruled by the pope until 1870.
Republic of Florence
Originated in 1115, when the Florentine people rebelled again…
Duchy of Milan
The Duchy of Milan was a constituent state of the Holy Roman…
20 terms
AP European History Unit 1: The Rise of Europe
What were the Crusades?
Charlemagne crowned "Holy Roman Emperor"
What was the Donation of Pepin?
Treaty of Verdun
They were a series of military campaigns from European Christ…
He was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III to create t…
Land in Italy that Pepin the Short donated to the Pope. This…
States that Charlemagne's empire splits into three. This is i…
What were the Crusades?
They were a series of military campaigns from European Christ…
Charlemagne crowned "Holy Roman Emperor"
He was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III to create t…
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Kaplan AP European History 2014 Unit 1 "The Renaissance" Terms
Baldassare Castiglioni, The Courtier (…
Brothers and Sisters of the Common Lif…
Bubonic plague (Black Death) (46)
Christian humanists (49)
One of the greatest nonfiction literary creations of the Sout…
A prominent group in the Netherlands that developed outside t…
A deadly disease caused by a bacillus, which was carried by f…
Christian-based thinkers and writers who were more spiritual…
Baldassare Castiglioni, The Courtier (…
One of the greatest nonfiction literary creations of the Sout…
Brothers and Sisters of the Common Lif…
A prominent group in the Netherlands that developed outside t…
44 terms
HHS AP European History Unit 1
Balance of Power
Baldassare Castiglione's The Courtier
Bartholome de las Casas
Caravels
Distribution of power among nations in alliances so that any…
An etiquette book, contains every detail necessary for the id…
a Spanish priest who settled in the New World and was against…
Small Portugueses ships developed in the 15th century that we…
Balance of Power
Distribution of power among nations in alliances so that any…
Baldassare Castiglione's The Courtier
An etiquette book, contains every detail necessary for the id…
44 terms
AP European History: Unit 1: Renaissance
Northern Renaissance Writer, Utopia, S…
Northern Renaissance Writer, The Good…
Northern Renaissance Writer, Gargantua…
Italian Writer, The Coutier, How Court…
Sir Thomas More
Erasmus
Francois Rabelais
Castiglione
Northern Renaissance Writer, Utopia, S…
Sir Thomas More
Northern Renaissance Writer, The Good…
Erasmus
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AP European History - Unit 1 - Northern Renaissance Art Focuses
Specialty
Style
Subjects
Figures
Intense Realism
Lifelike features, unflattering honesty
Religious and domestic scenes
Prosperous citizens, peasants
Specialty
Intense Realism
Style
Lifelike features, unflattering honesty
12 terms
AP European History Unit 1 Kings
Louis XI
Henry VIII
King Charles VIII
Pope Alexander VI
French monarch who was responsible for expanding French Trade…
He was ultimately successful in the English War of the Roses
French King, who was invited to invade Italy in 1494
The Borgia pope, he used his power as pope to try and unite t…
Louis XI
French monarch who was responsible for expanding French Trade…
Henry VIII
He was ultimately successful in the English War of the Roses
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AP European History Terms (Unit 1 - Renaissance)
War of Roses
Bubonic Plague
Cathari
Pope Boniface VIII
English civil war between the House of York and House of Lanc…
Killed 1/3 of the country. The population shifted from countr…
Radical heresy that believed that the church was enslaved to…
Released a papal bull (Unam Sanctum) which said that all good…
War of Roses
English civil war between the House of York and House of Lanc…
Bubonic Plague
Killed 1/3 of the country. The population shifted from countr…
47 terms
AP European History/ Unit 1 Vocab
Black Death
Hundred Years' War
Joan de Arc(1412-1431)
Jan Hus(1373-1415)
The outbreak of plague in the mid-fourteenth century that kil…
series of conflicts waged from 1337 to 1453 by the House of P…
...
...
Black Death
The outbreak of plague in the mid-fourteenth century that kil…
Hundred Years' War
series of conflicts waged from 1337 to 1453 by the House of P…
9 terms
AP European History - Unit 1 - Italian Renaissance Art Focus
Specialty
Style
Subjects
Figures
Ideal Beauty
Simplified forms, measured proportions
Religious and mythological scenes
Heroic male nudes
Specialty
Ideal Beauty
Style
Simplified forms, measured proportions
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