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History- European Expansion Chapter 15
Mercantilism
Goal of mercantilism
ways a country can create a favorable…
absolute monarchy
Economic theory that states the world is made up of a limited…
to create a favorable balance of trade ... -exporting more goods…
-impose tariffs o imports ... -make exports more desirable ... -imp…
king or queen with total control ... -in order the ruling family…
Mercantilism
Economic theory that states the world is made up of a limited…
Goal of mercantilism
to create a favorable balance of trade ... -exporting more goods…
Chapter 15 AP European History
Malacca
Pax Mongolia
Admiral Zheng He
Mamelukes
Became in entrepot within the Indian ocean in which goods wer…
Mongol Peace. When the mongols opened the doors for European…
Led seven voyages to achieve the emperor Yongle's diplomatic,…
Mameluke Egyptian Empire. Was one of the most powerful on the…
Malacca
Became in entrepot within the Indian ocean in which goods wer…
Pax Mongolia
Mongol Peace. When the mongols opened the doors for European…
AP European History Chapter 15: European Exploration and Conquest
Mexica Empire - 3
Inca Empire - 3
Viceroyalities - 5
Treaty of Tordesillas - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
The name for the four administrative units on Spanish possess…
The 1494 agreement giving Spain everything to the west of an…
Mexica Empire - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
Inca Empire - 3
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
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AP European History Chapter 15
Thirty Years War
Peace of Westphalia
Absolutism
What: A war that was between The Catholic League and The Prot…
What: The name of a series of treaties the Concluded the Thir…
What: A form of government that let Monarchs gathered all pow…
Thirty Years War
What: A war that was between The Catholic League and The Prot…
Peace of Westphalia
What: The name of a series of treaties the Concluded the Thir…
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AP European History Chapter 15: European Exploration and Conquest
Mexica Empire - 3
Inca Empire - 3
Viceroyalities - 5
Treaty of Tordesillas - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
The name for the four administrative units on Spanish possess…
The 1494 agreement giving Spain everything to the west of an…
Mexica Empire - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
Inca Empire - 3
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
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AP European History Chapter 15: European Exploration and Conquest
Mexica Empire - 3
Inca Empire - 3
Viceroyalities - 4
Treaty of Tordesillas - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
The name for the four administrative units on Spanish possess…
The 1494 agreement giving Spain everything to the west of an…
Mexica Empire - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
Inca Empire - 3
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
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AP European History: Chapter 15
Old Regime
vingtieme
Aristocratic Resurgence
family economy
the term used to describe the life and institutions of pre-re…
also known as the "twentieth", this was similar to an income…
the term applied to the nobility's reaction to the threat to…
the term for the economic system in which the household was t…
Old Regime
the term used to describe the life and institutions of pre-re…
vingtieme
also known as the "twentieth", this was similar to an income…
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Chapter 15 AP European History
Marco Polo
Conquistadors
Prince Henry the Navigator
The Travels of Sir John Mandeville
Venetian merchant and traveler. His accounts of his travels t…
Spanish for "conquerer"; were Spanish soldier-explorerss, suc…
Founded a Naviagation School; led Portugal's phenomenal succe…
Book compiled by Jehan de Mandeville that described mostly fi…
Marco Polo
Venetian merchant and traveler. His accounts of his travels t…
Conquistadors
Spanish for "conquerer"; were Spanish soldier-explorerss, suc…
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AP European History Chapter 15
Absolutism
Witchcraft
Divine-Right
Fronde Revolts
ultimate power is in the hands of the king who claimed to rul…
widowed old women who had no income created different remedie…
Received power from god and only responsible to god
...
Absolutism
ultimate power is in the hands of the king who claimed to rul…
Witchcraft
widowed old women who had no income created different remedie…
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AP European History Chapter 15
absolutism
boyars
divine-right monarchy
gentry
a form of government where the sovereign power or ultimate au…
members of the Russian nobility; crushed by Ivan the Terrible…
a monarchy based on the belief that monarchs receive their po…
well-to-do English landowners below the level of nobility; ma…
absolutism
a form of government where the sovereign power or ultimate au…
boyars
members of the Russian nobility; crushed by Ivan the Terrible…
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AP European History Chapter 15
anciem regime
sumptuary laws
hobereaux
taille
-AKA the Old Regime... -refers to the patterns of social, politi…
-laws that regulated the dress of the different classes... -forb…
-provincial nobility that didn't reside at Versailles... -little…
-a land tax that nobles were exempt from... -basic tax of the Ol…
anciem regime
-AKA the Old Regime... -refers to the patterns of social, politi…
sumptuary laws
-laws that regulated the dress of the different classes... -forb…
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AP European History Chapter 15
acien régime
Sumptuary Laws
vingtième
corvées
Old Regime
laws that forbade people in certain classes from wearing cert…
payment that resembled an income tax
forced labor on public work for peasants
acien régime
Old Regime
Sumptuary Laws
laws that forbade people in certain classes from wearing cert…
AP European History chapter 15
Astrolabe
Baroque
Bourse
Edict of Nantes (1547)
An instrument, developed by Muslim navigators in the twelfth…
Controversial term applied to late 17th- early 18th century s…
European stock exchange, i.e. group of people organized to pr…
A document issued by Henry IV of France granting liberty of c…
Astrolabe
An instrument, developed by Muslim navigators in the twelfth…
Baroque
Controversial term applied to late 17th- early 18th century s…
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Ap European History : chapter 15
What is the seventeenth century someti…
How can a ruler gain absolute power?
Absolute monarch
Divine right of kings
"Age of Crisis"
Political unrest and a crisis situation
Ruler who's power is not limited
Royal power and authority comes from God and should not be ch…
What is the seventeenth century someti…
"Age of Crisis"
How can a ruler gain absolute power?
Political unrest and a crisis situation
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AP European History Chapter 15
Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis
Taille
Concordat of Bologna
Huguenots
the treaty signed by the French and Spanish that ended the lo…
tax on the land
the treaty with the papacy in which Francis I agreed to recog…
French Clavinists
Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis
the treaty signed by the French and Spanish that ended the lo…
Taille
tax on the land
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AP European History Chapter 15
Travels
"God, Gold, and Glory"
astrolabe
Prince Henry the Navigator
written by Marco Polo, this was the most informative of all t…
motives for expansion and exploration
an instument used to determine the position of heavenly bodies
founded a school of navigators in Portugal
Travels
written by Marco Polo, this was the most informative of all t…
"God, Gold, and Glory"
motives for expansion and exploration
Chapter 15 AP European History
In the 17th century, politics became m…
Regarded by some as the perfect embodi…
Only the Dutch, English, and ______ gr…
Hysteria over __________ affected the…
secularized
Louis XIV
French
Witchcraft
In the 17th century, politics became m…
secularized
Regarded by some as the perfect embodi…
Louis XIV
AP European History Chapter 15 Identifications
Witches
Thirty Years' War
Gustavus Adolphus
Peace of Westphalia
People said to have been overtaken by the devil, especially w…
1618-1648 religious & political struggle in the Holy Roman Em…
King of Sweden whose victories in battle made Sweden a Europe…
1648 treaty that ended the Thirty Years War and returned the…
Witches
People said to have been overtaken by the devil, especially w…
Thirty Years' War
1618-1648 religious & political struggle in the Holy Roman Em…
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Chapter 15 AP European History
Philip V
Elizabeth Farnese
Charles III
Louis XV
Grandson of Louis XIV, succeeded Charles II in Spain followin…
Second wife of of Philip V, used Spanish power to secure thro…
Spanish monarch, first in a long time to be concerned with in…
Succeeded Louis XIV (great grandfather) at age 5. Uncle, Duke…
Philip V
Grandson of Louis XIV, succeeded Charles II in Spain followin…
Elizabeth Farnese
Second wife of of Philip V, used Spanish power to secure thro…
AP European History Chapter 15
Witches
Thirty Years War
Gustavus Adolphus
Peace of Westphalia
social tension in the 17th century led to the witchcraft tria…
called last of the religious wars lasted from 1618-1648 broke…
King of Sweden he transformed Sweden into a great power he wa…
ended Thirty Years War in Germany after five years of negotia…
Witches
social tension in the 17th century led to the witchcraft tria…
Thirty Years War
called last of the religious wars lasted from 1618-1648 broke…
AP European History Chapter 15
General History of the Indies
Galley
Caravel
Cannon
1547: By Fernandez de Oviedo. Detailed account of plants, ani…
Narrow, open boat propelled by oaring. Used for Mediterranean…
Small, maneuverable, three-mast sailing ship with triangular…
A large, heavy piece of artillery. Typically mounted on wheel…
General History of the Indies
1547: By Fernandez de Oviedo. Detailed account of plants, ani…
Galley
Narrow, open boat propelled by oaring. Used for Mediterranean…
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AP Euro Chapter 15: The Age of the Religious Wars and the European Expansion Vocab.
Astrolabe
Baroque
Edict of Nantes (1598)
Huguenots
An instrument, developed by Muslim navigators in the twelfth…
Controversial term applied to late 17th century art meaning m…
Document issued by Henry IV of France granting liberty of con…
Originally a pejorative term for French Calvinists, later the…
Astrolabe
An instrument, developed by Muslim navigators in the twelfth…
Baroque
Controversial term applied to late 17th century art meaning m…
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AP European History Chapter 15
King John Sobieski
Liberum veto
Exploding the diet
Leopold I
In 1683, he led a Polish army to rescue Vienna from the Turki…
A practice in the Polish Diet (legislative body). A single me…
A term used to describe the execution of liberum veto.
Habsburg leader who rallied his domains to resist the advance…
King John Sobieski
In 1683, he led a Polish army to rescue Vienna from the Turki…
Liberum veto
A practice in the Polish Diet (legislative body). A single me…
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Chapter 15 European Expansion
15th century Europeans were forced to…
The beginning of European exploration…
Prince Henry or Portugal is significan…
The expedition that completed the firs…
Ottoman Turks
cuerto
support of exploration
Ferdinand Magellan
15th century Europeans were forced to…
Ottoman Turks
The beginning of European exploration…
cuerto
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Chapter 15 Ap European History
Christopher Columbus
John Calbot
Hernando Cortes
Zheng He
A Genoese mariner who had spent several years at sea and was…
John Cabot was an english navigator and explorer. Under King…
Hernando Cortés was a spanish conquistador who would launch t…
Chinese admiral and mariner who went on seven different voyag…
Christopher Columbus
A Genoese mariner who had spent several years at sea and was…
John Calbot
John Cabot was an english navigator and explorer. Under King…
AP European History Chapter 15
Jacques Bossuet
Louis XIV
Absolutism
Divine Right
Was a French bishop and theologian, was a strong advocate of…
Louis the Great or the Sun King. Monarch of the House of Bour…
The acceptance of or belief in absolute principles in politic…
A monarch is not subject to any rule on earth and his right t…
Jacques Bossuet
Was a French bishop and theologian, was a strong advocate of…
Louis XIV
Louis the Great or the Sun King. Monarch of the House of Bour…
AP European History Chapter 15
Astrolabe
Hernando Cortes
Jacques Cartier
John Cabot
Intrument used to find the altitude of stars
Helped the colonization of the Spanish colonies
Made it to Montreal 1594
First European explorer of the mainland of North America
Astrolabe
Intrument used to find the altitude of stars
Hernando Cortes
Helped the colonization of the Spanish colonies
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AP European History Chapter 15: European Exploration and Conquest
Mexica Empire - 3
Inca Empire - 3
Viceroyalities - 4
Treaty of Tordesillas - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
The name for the four administrative units on Spanish possess…
The 1494 agreement giving Spain everything to the west of an…
Mexica Empire - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
Inca Empire - 3
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
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Ap Euro Chapter 15 The Age of European Expansion and Religious Wars
3 sets of religious wars in Europe fro…
Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis
What medieval idea died with the Treat…
Causes/origins of troubles in France l…
The Dutch Revolt/Revolt of the Netherlands(1568-1588)(technic…
1559... -ended the Habsburg Valois Wars or dynastic wars and chi…
the idea of a unified Christian Europe under a single leader
1. Population loss... -due to plague and Hundred Years' war... -led…
3 sets of religious wars in Europe fro…
The Dutch Revolt/Revolt of the Netherlands(1568-1588)(technic…
Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis
1559... -ended the Habsburg Valois Wars or dynastic wars and chi…
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AP European History Chapter 15
politiques
michel de montaigne
juan de pareja
diego velázquez
group of french moderates in 16th century; religious conflict…
one of most significant philosophers of the french renaissanc…
spanish painter; born into slavery in autequera; known as a m…
freed juan de pareja in 1650
politiques
group of french moderates in 16th century; religious conflict…
michel de montaigne
one of most significant philosophers of the french renaissanc…
AP European History Chapter 15
King John Sobieski
Liberum veto
Exploding the diet
Leopold I
In 1683, he led a Polish army to rescue Vienna from the Turki…
A practice in the Polish Diet (legislative body). A single me…
A term used to describe the execution of liberum veto.
Habsburg leader who rallied his domains to resist the advance…
King John Sobieski
In 1683, he led a Polish army to rescue Vienna from the Turki…
Liberum veto
A practice in the Polish Diet (legislative body). A single me…
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AP European History Chapter 15
Travels
"God, Gold, and Glory"
astrolabe
Prince Henry the Navigator
written by Marco Polo, this was the most informative of all t…
motives for expansion and exploration
an instument used to determine the position of heavenly bodies
founded a school of navigators in Portugal
Travels
written by Marco Polo, this was the most informative of all t…
"God, Gold, and Glory"
motives for expansion and exploration
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Chapter 15: AP European History
treaty of cateau-cambresis
baroque
price revolution
viceroyalities
ended Habsburg-Valois Wars
art critics expression of scorn for overblown, unbalanced style
severly strained government budgets
administrative division
treaty of cateau-cambresis
ended Habsburg-Valois Wars
baroque
art critics expression of scorn for overblown, unbalanced style
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AP European History Chapter 15
Beatrice and Sidney Webb
Bloody Sunday
Bolsheviks
Duma
leading Fabian members, like many of the Fabians they were ci…
1905, peaceful protest at Czar Nicholas II's palace, led by F…
A group of revolutionary Russian Marxists who took control of…
A body established by Nicholas II intended to represent the R…
Beatrice and Sidney Webb
leading Fabian members, like many of the Fabians they were ci…
Bloody Sunday
1905, peaceful protest at Czar Nicholas II's palace, led by F…
AP European History: Chapter 15
Peter the Great
Boyars
Thomas Hobbes
John Locke
Wanted to westernize Russia. Goal was the creation of a stron…
Russian nobility
Wrote Leviathan. Agreed with state having absolute authority…
Wrote Two Treatise of Government. Against established rule of…
Peter the Great
Wanted to westernize Russia. Goal was the creation of a stron…
Boyars
Russian nobility
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AP European History: Chapter 15 AP Questions
b. serfdom
a. the Ottoman Empire
e. Great Britain
a. "of the sword"
As one moved farther eastward in Europe in the eighteenth cen…
Peasants were free in:... a. the Ottoman Empire... b. Poland... c. Rus…
The smallest, wealthiest, and best-defined aristocracy reside…
French nobles were divided between those "of the robe" and th…
b. serfdom
As one moved farther eastward in Europe in the eighteenth cen…
a. the Ottoman Empire
Peasants were free in:... a. the Ottoman Empire... b. Poland... c. Rus…
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AP european history - chapter 15
monarchies were happening all across e…
essentially, a monarchy was a ________…
why did england not have an absolute m…
absolutism was a single ruler that con…
england
dictatorship
because england had parliament
politics, economics, and religion
monarchies were happening all across e…
england
essentially, a monarchy was a ________…
dictatorship
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AP European History chapter 15
Zheng He
Africa
Persian Safavids
Ottomans
Sailed 12,000 miles ( reaches Egypt )
Gold from Sudan and Ghana Headed to Europe, and many slaves w…
Conflict, religious and economic with Ottomans
Captured the city of Constantinople, expanded boarders, domin…
Zheng He
Sailed 12,000 miles ( reaches Egypt )
Africa
Gold from Sudan and Ghana Headed to Europe, and many slaves w…
Chapter 15: The Age of European Expansion
What was Columbus motivated by?
Ho were the earliest known European ex…
How was the Spanish colonial policy se…
Who did Portugal need to defeat in ord…
Desire to discover India
The Vikings
New World was divided up to four vice-royalties
The Muslims
What was Columbus motivated by?
Desire to discover India
Ho were the earliest known European ex…
The Vikings
AP European History Chapter 15: European Exploration and Conquest
Mexica Empire
Inca Empire
Viceroyalities
Treaty of Tordesillas
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
The name for the four administrative units on Spanish possess…
The 1494 agreement giving Spain everything to the west of an…
Mexica Empire
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
Inca Empire
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
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AP European History: Chapter 15 Vocabulary
This group constituted approximately o…
Meaning "one-twentieth;" A tax on inco…
Term applied to the 18th century arist…
The amount of labor landowners demande…
aristocracy
vingtieme
Aristocratic Resurgence
robot
This group constituted approximately o…
aristocracy
Meaning "one-twentieth;" A tax on inco…
vingtieme
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AP European History - Chapter 15 Key Terms
Peace of Westphalia
Mercantilism
Peace of Utrecht
Junkers
A series of treaties made in 1648 that ended the Thirty Years…
Regulations on the economy set by the government that would b…
Series of treaties in the early 18th that ended the war of Sp…
The nobility in Prussia. Frederick William had strong ties wi…
Peace of Westphalia
A series of treaties made in 1648 that ended the Thirty Years…
Mercantilism
Regulations on the economy set by the government that would b…
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AP European History: Chapter 15 Review
b. one to five percent of the population
b. Great Britain
a. "of the sword"
a. eighteenth century
The nobility constituted about:... a. eight to ten percent of th…
The smallest, wealthiest, and best-defined aristocracy reside…
French nobles were divided between those "of the robe" and th…
In many ways, the Russian nobility was created in the:... a. eig…
b. one to five percent of the population
The nobility constituted about:... a. eight to ten percent of th…
b. Great Britain
The smallest, wealthiest, and best-defined aristocracy reside…
AP European History Chapter 15 Terms
Baroque
Constitutionalism
Edict of Nantes
Elizabeth I
an artistic style of the 17th century that featured curves, e…
a system of government in which rules share power with parlia…
the decree issued by French King IV in 1598 that granted the…
English queen (reigned 1558-1603) who oversaw the return of t…
Baroque
an artistic style of the 17th century that featured curves, e…
Constitutionalism
a system of government in which rules share power with parlia…
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AP European History Chapter 15 Section 2
Christopher Columbus
Amerigo Vespucci (1454-1512)
Mundus Novus
Pedro Alvares-Cabral
Genoese explorer who sailed for Spain. He was an experienced…
Florentine navigator who realized that a New World had been d…
letter written by Amerigo Vespucci, the first document to use…
en route to India, he landed on the coast of Brazil and claim…
Christopher Columbus
Genoese explorer who sailed for Spain. He was an experienced…
Amerigo Vespucci (1454-1512)
Florentine navigator who realized that a New World had been d…
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AP European History - Chapter 15 Review
King John Sobieski
Liberum veto
Exploding the diet
Leopold I
In 1683, he led a Polish army to rescue Vienna from the Turki…
A practice in the Polish Diet (legislative body). A single me…
A term used to describe the execution of liberum veto.
Habsburg leader who rallied his domains to resist the advance…
King John Sobieski
In 1683, he led a Polish army to rescue Vienna from the Turki…
Liberum veto
A practice in the Polish Diet (legislative body). A single me…
AP European History Chapter 15: European Exploration and Conquest
Mexica Empire - 3
Inca Empire - 3
Viceroyalities - 4
Treaty of Tordesillas - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
The name for the four administrative units on Spanish possess…
The 1494 agreement giving Spain everything to the west of an…
Mexica Empire - 3
Also known as the Aztec Empire, a large and complex Native Am…
Inca Empire - 3
The vast and sophisticated Peruvian empire centered at the ca…
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AP European History Chapter 15 Key Terms
Growth of industrialism btwn 1860s and…
Who becomes the leader in steel produc…
Second Industrial Revolution
Edwin Chadwick
- new steel mills, railways, shipyards, chemical plants that…
- Germany
- the 2nd wave of the late 19th century industrial movement,…
- one of the first urban reformers (was British)... - thought pr…
Growth of industrialism btwn 1860s and…
- new steel mills, railways, shipyards, chemical plants that…
Who becomes the leader in steel produc…
- Germany
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AP European History Chapter 15 Section 1
Marco Polo
Admiral Zheng He
Mansa Musa
Prester John
Venetian trader and explorer who went to China, traveled 1271…
China's leading explorer. He sailed 7 expeditions from 1405-1…
Malian ruler who discussed sending ships to explore the Atlan…
Believed by Europeans to be the ruler of a Christian African…
Marco Polo
Venetian trader and explorer who went to China, traveled 1271…
Admiral Zheng He
China's leading explorer. He sailed 7 expeditions from 1405-1…
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AP European History Chapter 15 Section 3
Charles I
Juan de Pareja
Diego Velazquez
Philip II
Spanish king who authorized traders to bring African slaves t…
a free man who traveled to Seville, became enslaved by Diego…
greatest Spanish painter of the 17th century who had a large…
Spanish king who wrote off state debts and then paid armies a…
Charles I
Spanish king who authorized traders to bring African slaves t…
Juan de Pareja
a free man who traveled to Seville, became enslaved by Diego…
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