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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 Chapter 14: European Exploration and Conquest
entrepôt
Goods traded at Malacca
Port of Calicut
Marco Polo
a trading post to which goods were shipped for storage while…
Chinese porcelain, silks, and camphor; pepper, gloves, nutmeg…
Center of Indian Ocean spice trade during the Middle Ages
Venetian trader and explorer who wrote about his travels (127…
entrepôt
a trading post to which goods were shipped for storage while…
Goods traded at Malacca
Chinese porcelain, silks, and camphor; pepper, gloves, nutmeg…
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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 Chapter 15-European Exploration and Conquest
Fall of Constantinople
Christopher Columbus
Bartholomew Dias
Vasco da Gama
Fall of the Byzantine/Roman Empire to the Turks in 1453.
Italian explorer that sailed for Spain and discovered the Wes…
Portuguese explorer that rounded the Cape of Good Hope and en…
Portuguese explorer that rounded the tip of Africa and began…
Fall of Constantinople
Fall of the Byzantine/Roman Empire to the Turks in 1453.
Christopher Columbus
Italian explorer that sailed for Spain and discovered the Wes…
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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 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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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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AP Euro Chapter 19; European Expansion
Subsistence Agriculture
Open Field System
Three Year Crop Rotation
Common Lands
Growing only enough food to feed yourself and your family.
A manor had two or three large fields, divided into narrow st…
A system of keeping the soil fertile.... One year of wheat or r…
Land that the village maintained as open meadows for hay and…
Subsistence Agriculture
Growing only enough food to feed yourself and your family.
Open Field System
A manor had two or three large fields, divided into narrow st…
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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 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 - Renaissance, Ap European History-Chapter 10
The Renaissance
Jacob Burckhardt
The Medici Family
Cosimo de Medici
The period of artistic, cultural, and intellectual revival fr…
A 19th century historian who claimed the Renaissance period s…
Most famous dynasty of merchants and bankers who used their w…
Allied with other powerful families of Florence and became th…
The Renaissance
The period of artistic, cultural, and intellectual revival fr…
Jacob Burckhardt
A 19th century historian who claimed the Renaissance period s…
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AP Euro Chapter 13 European State Consolidation
William III of Orange
Dutch East India Company
political absolutism
James I
He was the governor of Holland. He with his wife Mary, the pr…
Government-chartered joint-stock company that controlled the…
Any form of government in which the ruler has nearly complete…
(1603-1625) Stuart monarch who ignored constitutional princip…
William III of Orange
He was the governor of Holland. He with his wife Mary, the pr…
Dutch East India Company
Government-chartered joint-stock company that controlled the…
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AP Euro: Chapter 13 European State Consolidation
James I
Divine Right of Kings
Puritans
Buckingham
son of Mary Queen of Scots, successor of Eliz I, believer in…
doctrine that defended monarchy's absolutism, that all should…
wanted to eliminate elaborate ceremonies and replace episcopa…
got England in war w France, influential duke who was favored…
James I
son of Mary Queen of Scots, successor of Eliz I, believer in…
Divine Right of Kings
doctrine that defended monarchy's absolutism, that all should…
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Ap Euro : Chapter 15: European Exploration & Conquest
Western Europeans
Ottomans
Sultan Mohammed II
Prince Henry the Navigator
All explorations were done by these people
Came up through South West Asia cutting off trade routes to t…
Ruled the Ottomans
From Portugal. Began an effort to find new routes
Western Europeans
All explorations were done by these people
Ottomans
Came up through South West Asia cutting off trade routes to t…
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Chapter 4 AP European History
louis xiv
the idea of the balance of power
Charles II of Spain
william iii, prince of orange
the sun king, the grand monarque
a system in which each state tends to throw its weight where…
great-grandson of Philip II of Spain
main opposer to louis xiv expansionist policies
louis xiv
the sun king, the grand monarque
the idea of the balance of power
a system in which each state tends to throw its weight where…
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Chapter 25 AP European History
Napoleon III (Louis Napoleon)
Giuseppe Mazzini
Vincenzo Gioberti
Victor Emmanuel
- He was elected President of France through universal male s…
He wanted centralized democratic republic and universal male…
A Catholic priest. He wanted a federation of existing stats u…
-Monarch of Sardinia-Piedmont. He ruled with a liberal consti…
Napoleon III (Louis Napoleon)
- He was elected President of France through universal male s…
Giuseppe Mazzini
He wanted centralized democratic republic and universal male…
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Ap Euro Chapter 14: The Impact of European Expansion
Prester John
The travels of John Mandeville
Marco Polo
God, Glory, and Gold
Name given to a mythical Christian monarch whose kingdom had…
14th century book that told of realms filled with precious st…
Venetian merchant and traveler. His accounts of his travels t…
3 primary motives of age of exploration and conquest
Prester John
Name given to a mythical Christian monarch whose kingdom had…
The travels of John Mandeville
14th century book that told of realms filled with precious st…
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AP European History: Chapter 11
Vernacular
Secular
Papacy
Laity
the language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a pa…
not connected to religion
the office of the pope of the Catholic Church
ordinary people of the church, not clergy
Vernacular
the language or dialect spoken by the ordinary people in a pa…
Secular
not connected to religion
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AP European History Chapter 23
749, 1815 (HUB Date)
749, Congress of Vienna
749, Metternich
750, Tsar Alexander I
Abdication of Napoleon, Congress of Vienna
This was the meeting between the Quadruple Alliance in order…
Austrian foreign minister who basically controlled the Congre…
Tsar of Russia from 1801 to 1825, Aleksander would successful…
749, 1815 (HUB Date)
Abdication of Napoleon, Congress of Vienna
749, Congress of Vienna
This was the meeting between the Quadruple Alliance in order…
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AP Euro Chapter 18 Terms: European States
Natural Laws
Natural Rights
Enlightenment Absolutist (Despots)
General Directory
A body of laws held to be derived from nature that governed m…
Inalterable privileges that cannot be withheld from from any…
An absolute monarch who follows the principles of the Enlight…
A highly efficient Prussian civil administrative agent of the…
Natural Laws
A body of laws held to be derived from nature that governed m…
Natural Rights
Inalterable privileges that cannot be withheld from from any…
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Chapter 14 European Exploration and Conquest (AP Euro)
Afroeurasian trade
Indian Ocean
South China Sea
Nanjing
world economy of Asia, Africa, and Europe
the center of the afroeurasian trade world
most developed commercial web before Columbus (Malacca)
the largest city in China that had economic expansion, popula…
Afroeurasian trade
world economy of Asia, Africa, and Europe
Indian Ocean
the center of the afroeurasian trade world
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AP Euro - Chapter 14 - European Exploration and Conquest
galley
caravel
cannon
Ptolemy's Geography
narrow, open boats propelled largely by slaves or convicts ma…
A small, maneuverable, three-mast sailing ship developed by t…
a large artillery gun that is usually on wheels
A second-century-C.E. work that synthesized the classical kno…
galley
narrow, open boats propelled largely by slaves or convicts ma…
caravel
A small, maneuverable, three-mast sailing ship developed by t…
AP Euro Chapter 24: The Building of European Supremacy
Second Industrial Revolution
Henry Bessemer
petite bourgeoisie
Napoleon III
associated with steel, chemicals, electricity, and oil; expan…
new process (Bessemer process) for manufacturing steel cheapl…
lower middle class; "white-collar workers"; had working class…
determined that Paris must be redesigned; appointed George Ha…
Second Industrial Revolution
associated with steel, chemicals, electricity, and oil; expan…
Henry Bessemer
new process (Bessemer process) for manufacturing steel cheapl…
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AP Euro Chapter 14: European Exploration and Conquest
conquistador
caravel
Ptolemy's "Geography"
Treaty of Tordesillas
Spanish for "conqueror;" Spanish soldier-explorers, such as H…
small, maneuverable, three-mast sailing ship developed by the…
a 2nd century B.C. work that synthesized the classical knowle…
the 1494 agreement giving Spain everything to the west of an…
conquistador
Spanish for "conqueror;" Spanish soldier-explorers, such as H…
caravel
small, maneuverable, three-mast sailing ship developed by the…
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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 European History Chapter 13
Christian Humanism
Erasmus
Thomas Moore
Indulgence
humanists in the north who focused on early christian texts
christian humanist/ author of "philosophy of christ" which st…
christian humanist/ author of Utopia which criticized both th…
pay the catholic church to forgive a sin
Christian Humanism
humanists in the north who focused on early christian texts
Erasmus
christian humanist/ author of "philosophy of christ" which st…
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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)
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AP Euro Chapter 15-European Exploration and Conquest
Fall of Constantinople
Christopher Columbus
Bartholomew Dias
Vasco da Gama
Fall of the Byzantine/Roman Empire to the Turks in 1453.
Italian explorer that sailed for Spain and discovered the Wes…
Portuguese explorer that rounded the Cape of Good Hope and en…
Portuguese explorer that rounded the tip of Africa and began…
Fall of Constantinople
Fall of the Byzantine/Roman Empire to the Turks in 1453.
Christopher Columbus
Italian explorer that sailed for Spain and discovered the Wes…
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AP European History Chapter 13
Renaissance
debate about women
communes
signori
a French word meaning "rebirth," first used by art historian
debate among writers and thinkers of the Renaissance about wo…
sworn associations of free men in Italian cities led by merch…
government by one-man rule in Italian cities such as Milan
Renaissance
a French word meaning "rebirth," first used by art historian
debate about women
debate among writers and thinkers of the Renaissance about wo…
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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 Euro Chapter 23 The Building Of European Supremacy
Migration
Second Industrial Revolution
Henry Bessemer
Solway Process
Many from England, Germany, and Scandinavia immigrated to Ame…
Associated with steel, chemicals, electricity, and oil. With…
An English engineer who discovered a process for manufacturin…
Allowed the recovery of more chemical by products. This lead…
Migration
Many from England, Germany, and Scandinavia immigrated to Ame…
Second Industrial Revolution
Associated with steel, chemicals, electricity, and oil. With…
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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 Chapter 14-European Exploration and Conquest
Fall of Constantinople
Christopher Columbus
Bartholomew Dias
Vasco da Gama
Fall of the Byzantine/Roman Empire to the Turks in 1453.
Italian explorer that sailed for Spain and discovered the Wes…
Portuguese explorer that rounded the Cape of Good Hope and en…
Portuguese explorer that rounded the tip of Africa and began…
Fall of Constantinople
Fall of the Byzantine/Roman Empire to the Turks in 1453.
Christopher Columbus
Italian explorer that sailed for Spain and discovered the Wes…
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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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AP Euro Chapter 14 European Exploration
Mercantilism
French Politiques
Skepticism
Baroque
France- Colbert... English- Navigation Acts
...
...
IE: Palace of Versailles/Winter Palace... ... originating in Italy…
Mercantilism
France- Colbert... English- Navigation Acts
French Politiques
...
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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 History Chapter 18: European States, International Wars, and Social Change
Natural Laws
Natural rights
Enlightened absolutism
A core belief of Enlightenment thinkers was that the operatio…
the idea that all humans are born with rights, which include…
A policy that meant that while a monarch still maintained abs…
Natural Laws
A core belief of Enlightenment thinkers was that the operatio…
Natural rights
the idea that all humans are born with rights, which include…
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Ap Euro History Chapter 18: European States, International Wars, and Social Change
Natural Laws
Natural rights
Enlightened absolutism
Louis XVI
A core belief of Enlightenment thinkers was that the operatio…
the idea that all humans are born with rights, which include…
A policy that meant that while a monarch still maintained abs…
- King of France (1774-1792). In 1789 he summoned the Estates…
Natural Laws
A core belief of Enlightenment thinkers was that the operatio…
Natural rights
the idea that all humans are born with rights, which include…
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Chapter 18 AP Euro: European States, International Wars, and Social Change
Enlightened Absolutionism
Louis XV
Cardinal Fleury
Madame de Pompadour
Also known as enlightened despotism, supposedly followed the…
Ruled alone, but was lazy and weak, and ministers and mistres…
Louis XV's minister, governing power fell into his hands; bal…
Intelligent and beautiful, charmed Louis XV and gained both w…
Enlightened Absolutionism
Also known as enlightened despotism, supposedly followed the…
Louis XV
Ruled alone, but was lazy and weak, and ministers and mistres…
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