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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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Chapter 10: Early European History
polis
democracy
republic
consul
Greek term for "city-state"
government in which leaders rule with consent of its citizens
strong national government headed by elected officials
elected chief official of the Roman Republic
polis
Greek term for "city-state"
democracy
government in which leaders rule with consent of its citizens
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A.P. European History Study Guide: Chapter 10 The Renaissance and Discovery
What does Renaissance mean?
Why did the Italian city-states come t…
What events does your textbook offer a…
What factors led to the growth and pro…
Rebirth
- They came out better than the bigger states because of Ital…
- Spanish imperial soldiers were poorly provided and payed by…
- They became independent states and were free to expand.
What does Renaissance mean?
Rebirth
Why did the Italian city-states come t…
- They came out better than the bigger states because of Ital…
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European History Chapter 10
Quoits
Gregory I
Venerable
Charles Martel
A game that was similar to horseshoes during the Middle Ages
Person responsible for increasing the churches secular role i…
This English monk was the author of the History of England in…
This leader of the Frank's will defeat a Muslim reading party…
Quoits
A game that was similar to horseshoes during the Middle Ages
Gregory I
Person responsible for increasing the churches secular role i…
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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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Chapter 10: European Responses to Cubism
Chagall, Homage to Apollinaire, 1911-12
Chagall, Paris Through the Window, 1913
Chagall, Birthday, 1923
Chagall, The Green Violinist, 1923-24
Chagall, Homage to Apollinaire, 1911-12
Chagall, Paris Through the Window, 1913
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A.P. European History Study Guide: Chapter 10 The Renaissance and Discovery
What does Renaissance mean?
Why did the Italian city-states come t…
What events does your textbook offer a…
What factors led to the growth and pro…
Rebirth
- They came out better than the bigger states because of Ital…
- Spanish imperial soldiers were poorly provided and payed by…
- They became independent states and were free to expand.
What does Renaissance mean?
Rebirth
Why did the Italian city-states come t…
- They came out better than the bigger states because of Ital…
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European Civilations Chapter 10 terms
the time period in which the Pope/papa…
a. 1347-1352... b. One third to one half…
As papal legate to a church council in…
council in church to even out the powe…
Avignon/Avignon Papacy
Black Death
Boniface VIII
Concilliarism
the time period in which the Pope/papa…
Avignon/Avignon Papacy
a. 1347-1352... b. One third to one half…
Black Death
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AP European History Chapter 10
Feudalism
Renaissance
Petrach
Civic humanism
Kings, nobility, knighys, and peasants
Means "rebirth" in French, a transition from medieval to mode…
"Father of humanism"
Education designed to promote humanist leadership and politic…
Feudalism
Kings, nobility, knighys, and peasants
Renaissance
Means "rebirth" in French, a transition from medieval to mode…
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Chapter 10: European Geography and Climate
Passes
Navigable
Landlocked
Deciduous
low areas between mountains
wide and deep enough for ships to use
does not border an ocean or sea
trees that lose their leaves in autumn
Passes
low areas between mountains
Navigable
wide and deep enough for ships to use
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Modern European History Chapter 10
War of the Polish Succession (1733-1735)
War of Jenkins's Ear (1739)
War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1…
King George's War (1744-1748)
This war started when the French and their ally, Spain, arran…
War fought between Great Britain and Spain over British trade…
War that started when Prussian King Frederick the Great tried…
Known as the American phase of the War of the Austrian Succes…
War of the Polish Succession (1733-1735)
This war started when the French and their ally, Spain, arran…
War of Jenkins's Ear (1739)
War fought between Great Britain and Spain over British trade…
Ap European History-Chapter 10
condottieri
sovereign
War of Roses
printing press
military brooks
the revival of the monarchy which had powers of taxation, war…
this was lancaster vs. york in which was in England in the mi…
movable type made by Johann Gutenberg and Mainz in the mid 14…
condottieri
military brooks
sovereign
the revival of the monarchy which had powers of taxation, war…
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AP European History Chapter 10
The Prince
humanism
civic humanism
Petrach
Written by machiavelli, described that power is more importan…
the study of the Latin and Greek classics and of the Chruch F…
Education designed to promote humanist leadership of politica…
Father of humanism
The Prince
Written by machiavelli, described that power is more importan…
humanism
the study of the Latin and Greek classics and of the Chruch F…
European History Chapter 10
Ruling family of Italy
Heart, founder of young Italy
Courage, founder of red-shirts
Brain, envisioned strong states
House of Savoy
Mazzini
Garibaldi
Cavour
Ruling family of Italy
House of Savoy
Heart, founder of young Italy
Mazzini
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AP European History Chapter 10
Patron
Despotism
Classics
Renaissance
a person who supports with money, gifts, efforts, or endorsem…
absolute power or control; tyranny
of or relating to Greek and Roman antiquity, especially with…
the name for the period of time in which Europe was transitio…
Patron
a person who supports with money, gifts, efforts, or endorsem…
Despotism
absolute power or control; tyranny
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Chapter 10 Learning Guide - The Worlds of European Christendom
How did the Byzantine Empire leaders t…
Constantinople became the capital of t…
Who was Justinian?... What did he do?
Why didn't the Byzantine Empire ever r…
With a stronger army, navy, and merchant marine as well as cl…
Because the Byzantine Empire consciously sought to preserve t…
Justinian was a Byzantium Emperor who attempted to reconquer…
Perhaps the most obvious change was one of scale, as the Byza…
How did the Byzantine Empire leaders t…
With a stronger army, navy, and merchant marine as well as cl…
Constantinople became the capital of t…
Because the Byzantine Empire consciously sought to preserve t…
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AP European History Chapter 10
City-state
Oligarchy
Italian urban social groups
Cosimo de 'Medici
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
A form of government in which the power to rule is held by a…
Old rich (Grandi) ... New rich (Popolo grosso) [fat people]... Midd…
Wealthiest florentine, manipulated constitution and influence…
City-state
A sovereign state comprising a city and its immediate hinterl…
Oligarchy
A form of government in which the power to rule is held by a…
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Chapter 10 The Worlds of European Christendom: Connected and Divided
Vladimir, Prince of Kiev
Vikings
system of competing states
natural philosophy
Grand prince of Kiev (r. 978-1015 CE) whose conversion to Ort…
Scandinavian raiders who had an impact on much of Western Eur…
The distinctive organization of Western European political li…
The scientific study of nature, which developed, especially i…
Vladimir, Prince of Kiev
Grand prince of Kiev (r. 978-1015 CE) whose conversion to Ort…
Vikings
Scandinavian raiders who had an impact on much of Western Eur…
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AP European History- Chapter 10
The entire period of the late Middle A…
For Europe the late fifteenth and sixt…
What was not written by Francesco Petr…
The Renaissance center for Platonist a…
Creative breaking up
Unprecedented territorial growth and ideological experimentat…
Vita Nuova
Florence
The entire period of the late Middle A…
Creative breaking up
For Europe the late fifteenth and sixt…
Unprecedented territorial growth and ideological experimentat…
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AP European History Chapter 10 Review
Grandi
Popolo grosso
Popolo minuto
Ciompi Revolt
The old rich, the nobles, and merchants who traditionally rul…
The emergent new rich merchant class of capitalists and banke…
The "little people" or the lower Florentine economic classes.
A great successful revolt of the poor in 1378. Resulted in a…
Grandi
The old rich, the nobles, and merchants who traditionally rul…
Popolo grosso
The emergent new rich merchant class of capitalists and banke…
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Chapter 10 Learning Guide - The Worlds of European Christendom
How did the Byzantine Empire leaders t…
Constantinople became the capital of t…
Who was Justinian?... What did he do?
Why didn't the Byzantine Empire ever r…
With a stronger army, navy, and merchant marine as well as cl…
Because the Byzantine Empire consciously sought to preserve t…
Justinian was a Byzantium Emperor who attempted to reconquer…
Perhaps the most obvious change was one of scale, as the Byza…
How did the Byzantine Empire leaders t…
With a stronger army, navy, and merchant marine as well as cl…
Constantinople became the capital of t…
Because the Byzantine Empire consciously sought to preserve t…
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Chapter 10, European Christendom Connected and Divided
Aristotle and Classical Greek Learning
Byzantine Empire
Caesaropapism
Charlemagne
some of Aristotle's works were always known in Western Europe…
term used to describe the surviving eastern Roman empire in t…
a political-religious system in which the secular ruler is al…
ruler of the Carolingian empire who staged an imperial reviva…
Aristotle and Classical Greek Learning
some of Aristotle's works were always known in Western Europe…
Byzantine Empire
term used to describe the surviving eastern Roman empire in t…
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Chapter 10 Learning Guide - The Worlds of European Christendom
How did the Byzantine Empire leaders t…
Constantinople became the capital of t…
Who was Justinian?... What did he do?
Why didn't the Byzantine Empire ever r…
With a stronger army, navy, and merchant marine as well as cl…
Because the Byzantine Empire consciously sought to preserve t…
Justinian was a Byzantium Emperor who attempted to reconquer…
Perhaps the most obvious change was one of scale, as the Byza…
How did the Byzantine Empire leaders t…
With a stronger army, navy, and merchant marine as well as cl…
Constantinople became the capital of t…
Because the Byzantine Empire consciously sought to preserve t…
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Chapter 10 AP European History - [unfinished]
Italian writer, poet. Studied the clas…
Celebrated humans, "People can create…
Gave an accurate view of the world
Advocated Activism. "Men can do all th…
Francisco Petrarch
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola
Realism
Leon Battista Alberti
Italian writer, poet. Studied the clas…
Francisco Petrarch
Celebrated humans, "People can create…
Giovanni Pico della Mirandola
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AP European History: Chapter 10 Vocabulary
The revival of ancient learning and th…
The 1378 uprising of the poor, which e…
The study of the Latin and Greek class…
Philosophy of Plato that posits preexi…
Renaissance
Ciompi Revolt
humanism
Platonism
The revival of ancient learning and th…
Renaissance
The 1378 uprising of the poor, which e…
Ciompi Revolt
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Modern European History: Chapter 10 Vocabulary
Humanism
Christine de Pisan
Platonism
Civic humanism
the scholarly study of the Latin and Greek classics and of an…
Italian-born daughter of French King Charles V; she wrote lyr…
Philosophy of Plato that posits preexistent Ideal Forms of wh…
education designed to promote humanist leadership of politica…
Humanism
the scholarly study of the Latin and Greek classics and of an…
Christine de Pisan
Italian-born daughter of French King Charles V; she wrote lyr…
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European History Terms Chapter 10
Alchemy
Christian Humanists
Civic Humanists
Condottieri
The medieval study and practice of chemistry, primarily conce…
During the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, experts in Gree…
Those practicing a branch of humanism that promoted the value…
From the fourteenth to the sixteenth century, captains of ban…
Alchemy
The medieval study and practice of chemistry, primarily conce…
Christian Humanists
During the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, experts in Gree…
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European History Chapter 10
feudalism
vassal
knight
fief
political and social order that began in the Middle Ages. Roy…
under feudalism, a man who served a lord in the military
under feudalism, a member of the heavily armed horseman
under feudalism, a grant of land made to a vassal; the vassal…
feudalism
political and social order that began in the Middle Ages. Roy…
vassal
under feudalism, a man who served a lord in the military
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Chapter 10 vocab European history
Renaissance
Civic humanism
Ciompi revolt
Condottieri
The rival of ancient learning and the supplanting of traditio…
Education designed to promote humanist leadership of politica…
...
Military brokers who furnished mercenary forces to the Italia…
Renaissance
The rival of ancient learning and the supplanting of traditio…
Civic humanism
Education designed to promote humanist leadership of politica…
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Chapter 10 Vocabulary European History
Clotilde
Scholastica
Venerable Bede
Merovingian 511 AD
In 496 AD convinced her husband to his entire tribe to Christ…
The sister of Benedict who created a monastery for women foll…
Wrote the History of England
Lasted from 511 AD-751AD line of Frankish leaders who were al…
Clotilde
In 496 AD convinced her husband to his entire tribe to Christ…
Scholastica
The sister of Benedict who created a monastery for women foll…
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AP European History Chapter 10 Key Terms
French Society in the Old Regime
Monarchical/Economic Problems
Marie Antoinette
Aristocrats mad at Louis bc...
broken into 3 social classes (estates)... - 1st estate = clergy,…
- Louis XVl was quite stupid and was a weak king, makes bad d…
- (nicknamed Madame Deficit) spends a LOT of money (she gambl…
- Louis XVl took away nobility's role in the parlements and p…
French Society in the Old Regime
broken into 3 social classes (estates)... - 1st estate = clergy,…
Monarchical/Economic Problems
- Louis XVl was quite stupid and was a weak king, makes bad d…
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Chapter 10 AP European Vocabulary
Charles V
Medici Family
Petrarch
humanism
(1519-1556) ruler of the Holy Roman Empire. He summoned the D…
Cosimo de' Medici was a statesman who controlled the city by…
"father of humanism," poet, ruled in Rome as a tribune, and w…
the study of the Latin and Greek classics and of the Church F…
Charles V
(1519-1556) ruler of the Holy Roman Empire. He summoned the D…
Medici Family
Cosimo de' Medici was a statesman who controlled the city by…
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European History - Chapter 10
Many Germanic kingdoms that succeeded…
The Germanic invaders could... not read &…
There was a language breakdown as well
Family ties & personal... loyalty, rather…
Charlemagne's
...
...
...
Many Germanic kingdoms that succeeded…
Charlemagne's
The Germanic invaders could... not read &…
...
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AP European History: The Western Heritage Chapter 10
Renaissance
Giovanni Boccaccio: 1375
Pope Clement VIII: 1523-1534
Humanism
rebirth in French
Wrote the Decameron
incurred the emperor's wrath by taking the side of the French
focus on the individual and recovery of ancient literature
Renaissance
rebirth in French
Giovanni Boccaccio: 1375
Wrote the Decameron
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AP Modern European History Chapter 10 Vocabulary
Humanism
Christian de Pisan
Platonism
Civic Humanism
the scholarly study of the Latin and Greek classics of the an…
an Italian French late medieval author. She served as a court…
the study of Plato's works or any philosophy that derives its…
education should promote individual virtue and public service
Humanism
the scholarly study of the Latin and Greek classics of the an…
Christian de Pisan
an Italian French late medieval author. She served as a court…
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Chapter 10: European Age of Exploration
Vasco da Gama
Calicut
Pedro Alvarez Cabral
Treaty of Tordesillas
a Portuguese nobleman that sailed to India on a mission to op…
major trade seaport of Malabar
convinced the zamorin to sign a peace treaty so he could purc…
agreement between Spain and Portugal aimed at settling confli…
Vasco da Gama
a Portuguese nobleman that sailed to India on a mission to op…
Calicut
major trade seaport of Malabar
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AP European History Chapter 10
Humanism
Christian Humanism
Vernacular
Taille
The belief that man has infinite potential
More biblical than humanism, God created man and they have in…
The everyday language spoken by the people opposed to Latin
The direct tax on the French peasantry
Humanism
The belief that man has infinite potential
Christian Humanism
More biblical than humanism, God created man and they have in…
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Chapter 10 Learning Guide - The Worlds of European Christendom
How did the Byzantine Empire leaders t…
Constantinople became the capital of t…
Who was Justinian? What did he do?
Why didn't the Byzantine Empire ever r…
With a stronger army, navy, and merchant marine as well as cl…
Because the Byzantine Empire consciously sought to preserve t…
Justinian was a Byzantium Emperor who attempted to reconquer…
...
How did the Byzantine Empire leaders t…
With a stronger army, navy, and merchant marine as well as cl…
Constantinople became the capital of t…
Because the Byzantine Empire consciously sought to preserve t…
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AP European History Chapter 10
Patron
Despotism
Classics
Renaissance
a person who supports with money, gifts, efforts, or endorsem…
absolute power or control; tyranny
of or relating to Greek and Roman antiquity, especially with…
the name for the period of time in which Europe was transitio…
Patron
a person who supports with money, gifts, efforts, or endorsem…
Despotism
absolute power or control; tyranny
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European Unit - Chapters 10-12 Study Guide
mild climate
higher
The leading cause of deforestation is…
It's caused by the drier and warmer co…
In Northern Europe air warmed by the Gulf Stream creates a...…
The region of Northern Europe is located in......latitudes.
What is the leading cause of deforestation?
The leading cause of deforestation is fires. What is it cause…
mild climate
In Northern Europe air warmed by the Gulf Stream creates a...…
higher
The region of Northern Europe is located in......latitudes.
AP European History Chapter 10
Peace of Amiens
The Shame of the Princes
Ulm
Trafalgar
1802 treaty between British and French ending the War of the…
The German princes on the Rhine border scramble to acquire va…
October 15, 1805: Napoleon surrounds 50,000 strong Austrian f…
October 21, 1805: Horatio Nelson caught and annihilated the m…
Peace of Amiens
1802 treaty between British and French ending the War of the…
The Shame of the Princes
The German princes on the Rhine border scramble to acquire va…
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AP European History Chapter 10
Dynasts
Golden Bull of 1356
Chivalry
Order of the Garter
A member of a powerful family
Established future leaders must be elected, chosen by 7 princ…
The laws and methods of war by each nation that structured ho…
Select group of nobles ho were to embody the highest of quali…
Dynasts
A member of a powerful family
Golden Bull of 1356
Established future leaders must be elected, chosen by 7 princ…
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chapter 10 study guide
what were the popes duties?
which kings in Europe held the most po…
how did popes fight for power?
what was the argument between pope gre…
guided people how to live and pray, decided what the church w…
england, france, holy roman empire
the great schism, taking power from bishops
henry wanted to remove gregory from pope and then gregory exc…
what were the popes duties?
guided people how to live and pray, decided what the church w…
which kings in Europe held the most po…
england, france, holy roman empire
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Chapter 10: The Worlds of European Christendom
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Justinian
Caesaropapism
Civilization made up of of civilians who saw themselves as Ro…
Alternate name for the Byzantine empire's capital, Byzantium
Emperor of the Byzantine Mepire
Political theory in which the head of the state is also the h…
Byzantine Empire
Civilization made up of of civilians who saw themselves as Ro…
Constantinople
Alternate name for the Byzantine empire's capital, Byzantium
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Chapter 10 Study Guide
Which state threatened to secede from…
the harsh journey the Cherokee took fr…
Did the Age of Jackson end when he lef…
What treaty gave control of Florida to…
South Carolina
Trail of Tears
no
Adams-Onis Treaty
Which state threatened to secede from…
South Carolina
the harsh journey the Cherokee took fr…
Trail of Tears
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Social Studies Chapter 10 Study Guide
Henry Clay
national unity
infrastructure
American System
was a Congressman from Kentucky who spoke for the people in t…
After the election of 1816, what was President James Monroe's…
basic public works, like bridges an d roads, needed for a soc…
Henry Clay's plan that proposed high tariffs and a federal pr…
Henry Clay
was a Congressman from Kentucky who spoke for the people in t…
national unity
After the election of 1816, what was President James Monroe's…
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Chapter 10 Study Guide
1. From 1790 to 1820, what kind of tra…
2. Who was the majority who moved to t…
3. What invention led to a massive inc…
4. When people are allowed to buy, sel…
River travel was more comfortable than wagon or horse.
Southern farmers looking for land, and wanted to plant cash c…
The invention was the Cotton Gin invented by Eli Whitney
This is Free Enterprise.
1. From 1790 to 1820, what kind of tra…
River travel was more comfortable than wagon or horse.
2. Who was the majority who moved to t…
Southern farmers looking for land, and wanted to plant cash c…
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Chapter 10 Study Guide
What were the Crusades?
What were the causes of the Crusades?
What were the outcomes of the Crusades?
What were the effects of the Crusades?
Military expeditions from Christian Europe to Palestine betwe…
-European princes gained power by using success in warfare in…
Angered people.
-Tens of thousands of people died on the way, and many were c…
What were the Crusades?
Military expeditions from Christian Europe to Palestine betwe…
What were the causes of the Crusades?
-European princes gained power by using success in warfare in…
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AP European History- Chapter 10
The entire period of the late Middle A…
For Europe the late fifteenth and sixt…
What was not written by Francesco Petr…
The Renaissance center for Platonist a…
Creative breaking up
Unprecedented territorial growth and ideological experimentat…
Vita Nuova
Florence
The entire period of the late Middle A…
Creative breaking up
For Europe the late fifteenth and sixt…
Unprecedented territorial growth and ideological experimentat…
20 terms
Chapter 10: The Worlds of European Christendom
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Justinian
Caesaropapism
A continuation of the Roman Empire in the Middle East after i…
Previously known as Byzantium, Constantine changed the name o…
Byzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered muc…
The doctrine that the state is supreme over the church in ecc…
Byzantine Empire
A continuation of the Roman Empire in the Middle East after i…
Constantinople
Previously known as Byzantium, Constantine changed the name o…
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