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AP World History section 2
Mauryan Empire
Buddhism
Arabic numerals
Qin Dynasty
The first state to unify most of the Indian subcontinent. It…
the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering…
Numbers first developed by mathematicians in Gupta, India, an…
the Chinese dynasty (from 246 BC to 206 BC) that established…
Mauryan Empire
The first state to unify most of the Indian subcontinent. It…
Buddhism
the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering…
9 terms
World history section 2
Sparta
Athens
Solon
Peisistratus
A powerful Greek miliary polis that was often at war with Ath…
A democratic Greek polis who accomplished many cultural achie…
Early Greek leader who brought democratic reforms such as his…
tyrant who extended Athenian citizenship to those who did not…
Sparta
A powerful Greek miliary polis that was often at war with Ath…
Athens
A democratic Greek polis who accomplished many cultural achie…
15 terms
World History - Chapter 10 - Section 2
Abu Bakr
caliph
Sunni
Shiite
Muhammad's father-in-law and early convert was Muhammad's suc…
Successor to Muhammad
Believe that any male in a Muslim community, or sunna, could…
Believed that Muhammad's son-in-law should have been his succ…
Abu Bakr
Muhammad's father-in-law and early convert was Muhammad's suc…
caliph
Successor to Muhammad
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World History - Chapter 9 - Section 2
steppe
Kieve
Cyrillic (suhRILik)
Golden Horde
open, treeless, grassland
A city that was the center of the first Russian state. It's c…
Alphabet that became the written script that is still used to…
Mongol armies, led by the grandson of Genghis, named Batu, wh…
steppe
open, treeless, grassland
Kieve
A city that was the center of the first Russian state. It's c…
10 terms
World History - Chapter 8 - Section 2
Holy Roman Empire
Henry IV
Pope Gregory VII
lay investiture
Ruled vast lands from Germany to Italy. Developed during the…
crowned King of Germany in 1054, later also became Holy Roman…
Pope in 1054, and there were conflicts between monarchs and t…
the right to appoint or "invest" in bishops by someone who is…
Holy Roman Empire
Ruled vast lands from Germany to Italy. Developed during the…
Henry IV
crowned King of Germany in 1054, later also became Holy Roman…
13 terms
World History - Chapter 7 - Section 2
feudalism
vassal
feudal contract
fief
a loosely organized system of rule in which powerful local lo…
the title of lesser lords who pledged loyalty to more powerfu…
an exchange of pledges between vassals and lords established…
an estate exchanged between a lord and a vassal with a feudal…
feudalism
a loosely organized system of rule in which powerful local lo…
vassal
the title of lesser lords who pledged loyalty to more powerfu…
15 terms
World History Chap. 4 Section 2
Sumer
Irrigation
Levee
Silt
An area in southern Mesopotamia, where cities first appeared.
A way to supply land with water
A wall of Earth to prevent a river from flooding
Fine particles of rock
Sumer
An area in southern Mesopotamia, where cities first appeared.
Irrigation
A way to supply land with water
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World History - Chapter 11 - Section 2
surplus
commodity
Ghana
Sundiata
more than needed
valuable product
Farming villages united under the rulers of the Soninke peopl…
Son of the defeated Mandinka king who rose to establish the M…
surplus
more than needed
commodity
valuable product
15 terms
World History Mapping Section 2
England
France
Constantinople/Istanbul
Japan
England
France
AP World History Section 2
Mauryan Empire
Buddhism
Arabic numerals
Qin Dynasty
The first state to unify most of the Indian subcontinent. It…
the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering…
Numbers first developed by mathematicians in Gupta, India, an…
the Chinese dynasty (from 246 BC to 206 BC) that established…
Mauryan Empire
The first state to unify most of the Indian subcontinent. It…
Buddhism
the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering…
World history section 2
Pollis
Acroplois
Monarchy
Aristocracy
Unique city-state with two levels
High city
A government when a king or queen controlls
Rule by a land holding elite
Pollis
Unique city-state with two levels
Acroplois
High city
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World History section 2
Legislative assembly
Emigre
Sans culotte
Jacobian
The new legislative body had the power to create laws and to…
Nible and others that fled france
The parsian workers and shoemakers that wanted the revolution…
Made governmental changes and were members of this political…
Legislative assembly
The new legislative body had the power to create laws and to…
Emigre
Nible and others that fled france
World history section 2
Humanism
Petrarch
Vernacular
Geoffrey Chauncer
An intellectual movement which emphasized the greco-Roman cla…
The father of the Italian renaissance
A book written in the writers native language
Wrote Canterbury tales
Humanism
An intellectual movement which emphasized the greco-Roman cla…
Petrarch
The father of the Italian renaissance
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World War 1 - Grissom - Section 2 - U.S. History
isolationism
U-boats
Lusitania
Sussex pledge
a policy of not being involved in the affairs of other nations
small German submarines
a passenger ship sunk by German U-boats during World War I
Germany's promise not to sink merchant ships without warning…
isolationism
a policy of not being involved in the affairs of other nations
U-boats
small German submarines
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World History - Chapter 12 - Section 2
steppe
Genghis Khan
Kublai Khan
Yuan dynasty
vast, treeless plains of central Asia
names means "Universal Ruler". He was a chieftain who led the…
Genghis Khan's grandson who finally toppled the last Song Emp…
The Chinese name for Kublai Khan's dynasty. He also turned hi…
steppe
vast, treeless plains of central Asia
Genghis Khan
names means "Universal Ruler". He was a chieftain who led the…
28 terms
Section 2 World history
Highly mobile people who moved from pl…
Nomadic groups whose food supply depen…
The agricultural revolution the far-re…
Which groups cut trees or grasses and…
nomad
Hunter-gatherer
Neolithic revolution
Slash-and-burn farming
Highly mobile people who moved from pl…
nomad
Nomadic groups whose food supply depen…
Hunter-gatherer
WORLD HISTORY SECTION 2
uncivilized
early civilizations have what (8)
Dates of when cities rised
Why did the Neolithic Aged people move…
highly unorganized
formed cities near river valleys, well organized governments,…
approx. 3000 B.C.
because of the surplus food
uncivilized
highly unorganized
early civilizations have what (8)
formed cities near river valleys, well organized governments,…
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World History, chapter 2, section 2 (Early Human Migration)
migrate
ice ages
land bridge
pit house
move to new places
long periods of freezing weather that ended about 10,000 year…
Strip of land connecting two continents. Example: Bering Land…
shelter built in the ground with roofs of branches and leaves
migrate
move to new places
ice ages
long periods of freezing weather that ended about 10,000 year…
world history section 2
oriented
Abu Bakr
caliph
jihad
align or position (something) relative to the points of a com…
companion of 1st muslim leader after muhammed
The chief muslim civil and religious ruler
a war or struggle against unbelievers
oriented
align or position (something) relative to the points of a com…
Abu Bakr
companion of 1st muslim leader after muhammed
9 terms
World history Section 2
Sargon
Empire
2100
1792 BC
Leader of the akkadians ... First empire in world history
Large political unit, or state , with a single leader that co…
Akkadian Empire fell
new empire in the region emerges. • City-state of Babylon
Sargon
Leader of the akkadians ... First empire in world history
Empire
Large political unit, or state , with a single leader that co…
world history section 2
reconquista
king jon
scholasticism
epidemic
English Reconquest, in medieval Spain and Portugal, a series…
youngest son of Henry II; King of England from 1199 to 1216;…
the system of theology and philosophy taught in medieval Euro…
a widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a communi…
reconquista
English Reconquest, in medieval Spain and Portugal, a series…
king jon
youngest son of Henry II; King of England from 1199 to 1216;…
15 terms
Section 2 World History
absolute monarch
city-state
civilization
cultural diffusion
a hereditary ruler whose power is unlimited
a political unit consisting of an independent city and the la…
a highly organized and complex society
the spread of ideas, inventions, or other cultural elements f…
absolute monarch
a hereditary ruler whose power is unlimited
city-state
a political unit consisting of an independent city and the la…
World History Section 2
Paleolithic
Neolithic agriultural revolution
Domesticate
Animism
- A movement which began in the 1920s that emphasized the uni…
- The period of time during which the introduction of agricul…
- To tame animals and adapt crops so they are best suited to…
- The belief that spirits and forces live within animals, obj…
Paleolithic
- A movement which began in the 1920s that emphasized the uni…
Neolithic agriultural revolution
- The period of time during which the introduction of agricul…
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Section 2: World History
Neolithic Era
Neolithic Revolution
Domestication
Pastoralists
The New Stone Age
the shift from hunter-gatherers to agriculture/farming
the selective breeding of plants and animals for the use of h…
like nomads, people who lived over wide areas and who kept he…
Neolithic Era
The New Stone Age
Neolithic Revolution
the shift from hunter-gatherers to agriculture/farming
World History Section 2
Hinduism
Buddahism
Mahayana Buddhism
Theraveda Buddhism
Many gods, reincarnate to perfect form
No god, deny self
New doctrines
Old traditions
Hinduism
Many gods, reincarnate to perfect form
Buddahism
No god, deny self
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Modern World History Section 2
who was the leader of the Protestant R…
why did the Protestant Reformation hap…
what did The Pope accept for people th…
what were Calvinists?
John Calvin
b/c of the corruption of the Catholic Church
accept indulgences
very strict with their faith, devoted their life only to God…
who was the leader of the Protestant R…
John Calvin
why did the Protestant Reformation hap…
b/c of the corruption of the Catholic Church
13 terms
World History: section 2
Hinduism characteristics
Hindu teachers created
Each person has
Hindus choose own path
1.collection of religious beliefs... 2. No founder
upanishads in 750-500 BC
atman
to moksha
Hinduism characteristics
1.collection of religious beliefs... 2. No founder
Hindu teachers created
upanishads in 750-500 BC
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World History Section 2
Setting The Stage
Empire of Ghana
Gold-Salt Trade
Land of Gold
1. While the Almohads and Almoravids were building empires in…
1. By 200 trade across the Sahara had existed for centuries,…
1. The two most important trade items were gold and salt.... 2.…
1. By the year 800, Ghana had become an empire.... 2. Ghana's k…
Setting The Stage
1. While the Almohads and Almoravids were building empires in…
Empire of Ghana
1. By 200 trade across the Sahara had existed for centuries,…
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World History Section 2
oriented
Abu Bakr
caliph
jihad
align or position (something) relative to the points of a com…
companion of 1st muslim leader after muhammed
The chief muslim civil and religious ruler
a war or struggle against unbelievers
oriented
align or position (something) relative to the points of a com…
Abu Bakr
companion of 1st muslim leader after muhammed
World history section 2
Campaign to drive Muslims from the pen…
A son of Henry 2, _______ was a clever…
Christian scholars to resolve the conf…
In 1200s, Mongol armies conquered much…
Reconquista, reconquest
King john
Scholasticism
Epidemic
Campaign to drive Muslims from the pen…
Reconquista, reconquest
A son of Henry 2, _______ was a clever…
King john
Section 2 World History Vocabulary
Paleolithic
Neolithic Agricultural Revolution
Domesticate
Animism
•The time in prehistory that was from about 2 million B.C. to…
•When agriculture was first introduced and nomads began a lif…
•When people would tame and discipline their animals and to a…
•When people believe in spirits and forces inside of animals,…
Paleolithic
•The time in prehistory that was from about 2 million B.C. to…
Neolithic Agricultural Revolution
•When agriculture was first introduced and nomads began a lif…
World History Chapter 17 Section 2
censorship
salons
baroque
rococo
Restricting access to ideas and information.
Informal social gatherings at which writers, artists, philoso…
Grand, heavy, and ornate style of art, music and architecture…
Light, elegant, personal, and charming style of art and archi…
censorship
Restricting access to ideas and information.
salons
Informal social gatherings at which writers, artists, philoso…
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AP World History Section 2 Jeopardy
Trireme
Macedon
Peloponnesian War
Delian League
This type of ship was used by both the Greeks and Persians; i…
This state became a world-class power under its kings Philip…
This was the brutal, decades-long war between Athens and Spar…
This was the name of the anti-Persian defensive alliance in w…
Trireme
This type of ship was used by both the Greeks and Persians; i…
Macedon
This state became a world-class power under its kings Philip…
World history section 2
Adam Smith
Assembly-line
Bourgeoisie
Business cycle
Father of capitalism wrote the wealth of Nations in 1776, wan…
Long line of workers, with each worker having a special last…
The middle class employers and owners
1. Boom - buying, selling, production, employment rates high…
Adam Smith
Father of capitalism wrote the wealth of Nations in 1776, wan…
Assembly-line
Long line of workers, with each worker having a special last…
World history section 2
Nomads
Animism
Domesticate
Old stone period or Paleolithic period
People who go to place to place for food
The belief that spirit and forces that resode in animals,obje…
To raise in a controlled way that makes them best suited for…
The period before farming. 2 million B.C to about 10,000 B.C
Nomads
People who go to place to place for food
Animism
The belief that spirit and forces that resode in animals,obje…
17 terms
World history section 2
Enlightment
Montesquieu
Natural law
Separation of power
A philosophical movement of intellectuals who were greatly im…
Studied government, found natural laws that govern society. D…
The moral standards that govern the human behavior
Executive, legislative, and judicial powers in which gov func…
Enlightment
A philosophical movement of intellectuals who were greatly im…
Montesquieu
Studied government, found natural laws that govern society. D…
World History Section 2
Johann Gutenberg
Flanders
Engraving
Utopian
Of Mainz, Germany printed the first complete edition of the B…
A region that includes parts of present day northern France,…
An artist etches a design on a metal plate with acid.
Any ideal society often with the implication of that such a s…
Johann Gutenberg
Of Mainz, Germany printed the first complete edition of the B…
Flanders
A region that includes parts of present day northern France,…
world history section 2
core
mantle
crust
lithophere
the earth's center, consisting of a very hot metal that is de…
a thick layer of mostly solid rock beneath the earth's crust…
the solid, rocky, surface layer of the earth
the surface features of the earth, including soil, rocks, and…
core
the earth's center, consisting of a very hot metal that is de…
mantle
a thick layer of mostly solid rock beneath the earth's crust…
World history:section 2
Johann gutenberg
Flanders
Albrecht durer
Engraving
He printed the first complete edition of the christian bible…
A region of prosperous cities that included parts of the pres…
German painter who was one of the first northern artist to be…
An artist etches a design on a metal plate with acid, then th…
Johann gutenberg
He printed the first complete edition of the christian bible…
Flanders
A region of prosperous cities that included parts of the pres…
World History Section 2
the city of kiev
Vladmir
Vikings
Rurik
who becomes orthodox?
who converted to christianity?
These Varangians, or Rus as they were also called
Russian legends say the Slavs invited who to be their king?
the city of kiev
who becomes orthodox?
Vladmir
who converted to christianity?
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World History Section 2 & 3 Missy
Johann Gutenberg
Indulgence
Martin Luther
Wittenberg
German printer who was the first in Europe to print using mov…
The forgiveness of the punishment due for past sins, granted…
A German monk who became one of the most famous critics of th…
A city in northern Germany, where Luther drew up his 95 theses.
Johann Gutenberg
German printer who was the first in Europe to print using mov…
Indulgence
The forgiveness of the punishment due for past sins, granted…
World History Chapter 1 Section 2 Terms
Johann Gutenberg
Flanders
Albrecht Dürer
engraving
printer who invented a printing press with movable type
a prosperous region of cities in the present-day Netherlands,…
German artist who spread Renaissance ideas in northern Europe
a technique in which an artist etches a design on a metal pla…
Johann Gutenberg
printer who invented a printing press with movable type
Flanders
a prosperous region of cities in the present-day Netherlands,…
World History Section 2
Fertile Crescent
Sumer
Mesopotamia
The Epic of Gilgamesh
A region of the middle east where civilization first arose
Region where the worlds first civilization arose around 3300…
An area between the Trigris and Euphrates rivers where the ci…
A Sumerian narrative poem that includes a story about a flood…
Fertile Crescent
A region of the middle east where civilization first arose
Sumer
Region where the worlds first civilization arose around 3300…
26 terms
world history section 2
a large plain stretches across Eastern…
extends eastward from the Carpathian M…
Steppe
The Ural Mountains run _____ and _____…
Europe/Asia
Europe/Ural
in the south this plain is grassy and mostly treeless. It has…
north/south
a large plain stretches across Eastern…
Europe/Asia
extends eastward from the Carpathian M…
Europe/Ural
Glencoe World History Section 2.2 Vocabulary
Please Note
Dynasty
Pharaoh
Bureaucracy
Semicolons (;) separate definitions; the first definition is…
A family of rulers whose right to rule is passed on within a…
The most common of the various titles for ancient Egyptian mo…
An administrative organization with officials and regular pro…
Please Note
Semicolons (;) separate definitions; the first definition is…
Dynasty
A family of rulers whose right to rule is passed on within a…
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world history section 2
marquis de lafayette
marie antonette
national assembly, reign of terror, di…
declaration of the rights of man and t…
the leader of the national guard
austrian-born queen of France; Louis XVI's wife
what were the four phases of the french revolution?
1789, the national assembly issued what?
marquis de lafayette
the leader of the national guard
marie antonette
austrian-born queen of France; Louis XVI's wife
World history section 2
Reincarnation
Nirvana
Filial piety
Polis
Rebirth of the soul in another bodily form
Union with the universe and release from the cycle of rebirth
Respect for parents, among all other duties
Unique version of the city states
Reincarnation
Rebirth of the soul in another bodily form
Nirvana
Union with the universe and release from the cycle of rebirth
25 terms
World History Section 2 Vocab
Domesticate
Prehistory
Thomsen
Stone
To make ready for human use
The period of time before historical records were kept
Danish archaeologist, invented the 3 age system in 1816
What was the first age of the 3 age system?
Domesticate
To make ready for human use
Prehistory
The period of time before historical records were kept
World History - Section 2
Mycenaean
Trojan War
Dorian
Homer
Member of a group who settled on the Greek mainland
War in which the Mycenaeans attacked the city of Troy
Member of a group of people who migrated into the Greek mainl…
Greek poet who composed the Iliad and the Odyssey
Mycenaean
Member of a group who settled on the Greek mainland
Trojan War
War in which the Mycenaeans attacked the city of Troy
17 terms
World History Section 2
Astrolabe
Astrolabe
Compass
Compass
-A device invented by the ancient Greeks and refined by the A…
uses the position of the sun to determine direction, latitude…
Acquired by the Europeans from Arab traders.
-The compass reliably shows magnetic north.
Astrolabe
-A device invented by the ancient Greeks and refined by the A…
Astrolabe
uses the position of the sun to determine direction, latitude…
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