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world history terms 9
North Region
Southern region
Southern Steppe
Kiev
Strong source for fuel and lumber, hunting, fur, not a good c…
All farming Nickname the Breadbasket of Russia
Grass plains no trees Home to nomads who herded animals
First major state in Russia Modern day capital of Ukraine
North Region
Strong source for fuel and lumber, hunting, fur, not a good c…
Southern region
All farming Nickname the Breadbasket of Russia
24 terms
World 9 History Terms
Vikings
Anglo-Saxons
Moors
Battle of Tours
Any of the Scandinavian sea-faring pirates and traders who ra…
A Germanic inhabitant of England between the 5th century of N…
Spanish Muslims
A battle that was fought under the Frankish leader Charles Ma…
Vikings
Any of the Scandinavian sea-faring pirates and traders who ra…
Anglo-Saxons
A Germanic inhabitant of England between the 5th century of N…
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World History Terms 9
Doomsday book
Parliament
Power of the Purse
Estates General
census taken by William the Conquerer
government body of England
England's power to tax people
government body of France
Doomsday book
census taken by William the Conquerer
Parliament
government body of England
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Chapter 9 Terms: World History
Exchequer
Common Law
Jury
Magna Carta
Treasury
A system of law based on precedent and customs.
A group of people sworn to abide by the laws to determine the…
1215 document that limited the king's ability to tax English…
Exchequer
Treasury
Common Law
A system of law based on precedent and customs.
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World History Terms Chapter 9
Corporation
Stock
Laissez faire
Adam Smith
A business owned by stockholders who share in its profits but…
A share of ownership in a corporation.
The belief that the government shouldn't intervene much in th…
Scottish moral philosopher and a pioneer of political economi…
Corporation
A business owned by stockholders who share in its profits but…
Stock
A share of ownership in a corporation.
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World History Terms Chapters 8 & 9
Sahara
Animism
Griots
Nok
The Northeast desert of Africa.
A religion in which the spirits in plants and other natural f…
West African storytellers.
West Africa's earliest known culture.
Sahara
The Northeast desert of Africa.
Animism
A religion in which the spirits in plants and other natural f…
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World History 9.2
Usman dan Fodio
Shaka
Paternalistic
David Livingstone
Fulani scholar who set up an Islamic state in West Africa
A Zulu chief in Southern Africa who used soldiers and good mi…
The system of governing a country as a father would a child
Scottish missionary and explorer who discovered the Zambezi R…
Usman dan Fodio
Fulani scholar who set up an Islamic state in West Africa
Shaka
A Zulu chief in Southern Africa who used soldiers and good mi…
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World History Unit 9-Terms
estate
emigre
sans-culotte
guillotine
France's traditional national assembly with representatives o…
French nobles who fled from France during the peasant uprisin…
The working people of Paris who were characterized by their l…
A machine for beheading people, used as a means of execution…
estate
France's traditional national assembly with representatives o…
emigre
French nobles who fled from France during the peasant uprisin…
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World History Chap 9 terms
Estates-General
Parliament
Cyrillic
Rus
French Parliament or Legislative Branch of Government
England's Legislative Branch of Government
Alphabet developed for Eastern Europe to be able to read the…
What the Russians called the Vikings who will rule Russia, al…
Estates-General
French Parliament or Legislative Branch of Government
Parliament
England's Legislative Branch of Government
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World History Terms - Ch. 9
Totalitarianism
Red Army
White Army
NEP
•One party rule... •Dictator: absolute authority... •Dynamic leader…
•the communists (consisted of Bolsheviks)... •was a well-discipl…
•anti-communists... •consisted of ... -Mensheviks: supported a less…
-(New Economic Policy): a modified version of the old capital…
Totalitarianism
•One party rule... •Dictator: absolute authority... •Dynamic leader…
Red Army
•the communists (consisted of Bolsheviks)... •was a well-discipl…
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World History Terms Week 9
Tribute
Iroquois League
Savannas
Lineage
Payment that conquered peoples may be forced to pay their con…
Political alliance of five Iroquois groups, known as the Five…
Grassy plain with irregular patterns of rainfall
Group claiming a common ancestor
Tribute
Payment that conquered peoples may be forced to pay their con…
Iroquois League
Political alliance of five Iroquois groups, known as the Five…
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P9 terms-world history
Mojenjo-Daro
Aryans
Vedas
Zhou dynasty
A major city in the indus civilization
The mixed race of Indians and Europeans
A collection of prayer and other religious things
A dynasty that lasted over 700 years
Mojenjo-Daro
A major city in the indus civilization
Aryans
The mixed race of Indians and Europeans
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World History Terms 7-9
Maya
Olmec
Inca
Aztec
came 1st... longest lasting, were ruled by kings and priests... mat…
came 2nd... many sculptures
came 3rd... different languages and cultures... made a system of me…
came 4th... pictographic writing system... informal government system
Maya
came 1st... longest lasting, were ruled by kings and priests... mat…
Olmec
came 2nd... many sculptures
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World History 9 Mid-term
Political
Economic
Social
Geography
Pertaining to the government and how it works
Pertaining to how people make a living
Pertaining to people and their culture
The study of people, thier environment and thier resources... Ex…
Political
Pertaining to the government and how it works
Economic
Pertaining to how people make a living
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World History Key Terms 9
Dynasty
Absolutism
Hierarchy
Arrogate
rulers from the same bloodline
when a government has absolute power
a ranking system by authority
to take without justification
Dynasty
rulers from the same bloodline
Absolutism
when a government has absolute power
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World History 2nd 9 weeks terms
money collected from the government
divides the government into branches
rule in the citizens' behalf
to act in one's behalf
tax
separation of powers
self government
representation
money collected from the government
tax
divides the government into branches
separation of powers
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Georgia World History Standard 9
Renaissance
Florence
Gutenberg
Renaissance Man
Time of great creativity and achievement in arts circa 1300-1…
Italy's leading cultural center during Renaissance; important…
German printer who was the first in Europe to print using mov…
one who excels at all things academic and athletic and artistic
Renaissance
Time of great creativity and achievement in arts circa 1300-1…
Florence
Italy's leading cultural center during Renaissance; important…
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World history Topic 9 terms
Sultan
Sikhism
Mughal
Taj Mahal
Muslim ruler
Religion founded by Nanak that blended Islamic and Hindu beli…
Muslim dynasty that ruled much of present day India
A tomb built by Shah Jahan for his wife
Sultan
Muslim ruler
Sikhism
Religion founded by Nanak that blended Islamic and Hindu beli…
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World History - Chapter 9
Beringia
Ice Age
maize
Mesoamerica
land bridge connecting Asia with the Americas
time period from 1.6 million to 10,000 BC; glaciers spread so…
corn; one of the most important crops
first complex societies in the Americas; area from central Me…
Beringia
land bridge connecting Asia with the Americas
Ice Age
time period from 1.6 million to 10,000 BC; glaciers spread so…
World History Vocabulary 9
Hajj
Caliph
Sultan
Nuclear Family
Pilgrimage to Mecca
Successor to Muhammad
Ruler
Parents and children working and living together
Hajj
Pilgrimage to Mecca
Caliph
Successor to Muhammad
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1st 9-weeks World History Terms
Renaissance
Machiavelli
Leonardo da Vinci
Michelangelo
Means "cultural rebirth" which began in Italy around 1300 A.D…
a government official in Italy, was sent on mission to observ…
Artist, engineer, inventor, studied human bodies
he was most famous for The Statue of David, painted the Sisti…
Renaissance
Means "cultural rebirth" which began in Italy around 1300 A.D…
Machiavelli
a government official in Italy, was sent on mission to observ…
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AP World History Unit 3 Terms 9
United Nations
Berlin airlift
Berlin Wall
Korean War
global organization aimed at resolving international conflict…
successful effort by Western allies to neutralize the Soviet…
barrier between East and West Berlin; built by East Germany i…
conflict between North Korea, supported by Chinese troops, an…
United Nations
global organization aimed at resolving international conflict…
Berlin airlift
successful effort by Western allies to neutralize the Soviet…
World History Chp. 9 (Terms)
Autocrat
Patriach
Icon
Constantinople
Ruler who has complete authority.
In the Roman and Byzantine empires, highest Church official i…
Holy image of Christ, Mary, or a saint venerated in the Easte…
The capital of the eastern Roman empires, capital of the Byza…
Autocrat
Ruler who has complete authority.
Patriach
In the Roman and Byzantine empires, highest Church official i…
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World History 9/10 Mid Term review
culture
William the Conqueror
Huguenots
Ham, Shem, Japheth
the way of life of a group of people
won the Battle of Hastings in 1066
Edict of Nantes gave toleration to this group of French Prote…
Noah's three sons
culture
the way of life of a group of people
William the Conqueror
won the Battle of Hastings in 1066
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Chapter 9 World History Terms
Corporation
Stock
Laissez Faire
Adam Smith
a business owned by stockholders who... share in its profits but…
A share of ownership in a corporation.
the idea that government... should not interfere with or regulat…
was a Scottish moral philosopher, pioneer of political econom…
Corporation
a business owned by stockholders who... share in its profits but…
Stock
A share of ownership in a corporation.
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Ch. 9 World History Terms.
Sir Henry Bessemer (1813-1893)
Dynamo
Thomas Edison (1847-1931)
Interchangeable parts
British engineer; developed a new... process for making steel fr…
A machine used to generate electricity.
American inventor; invented many devices that influenced life…
Identical components that can be used in place of one another…
Sir Henry Bessemer (1813-1893)
British engineer; developed a new... process for making steel fr…
Dynamo
A machine used to generate electricity.
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World History Mid Term - 9
Big Bang Thoery
Photosynthesis
Eukaryotic Cells
Plate tectonics
the prevailing cosmological model for the birth of the univer…
a process used by plants and other organisms to convert light…
any organism whose cells contain a nucleus and other structur…
a scientific theory that describes the large-scale motion of…
Big Bang Thoery
the prevailing cosmological model for the birth of the univer…
Photosynthesis
a process used by plants and other organisms to convert light…
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Geography Terms -World History 9
Geography
Cardinal Directions
Latitude
Longitude
The study of the human and nonhuman features of Earth.
North, South, East, West
The distance North or South of the equator.
The distance in degrees East or West of the Prime Meridian.
Geography
The study of the human and nonhuman features of Earth.
Cardinal Directions
North, South, East, West
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World History Chapter 9 Terms
Constantinople
Justinian
Justinian's Code
autocrat
-capital of the eastern Roman empire; capital of Byzantine an…
-ruler of Byzantine empire from 527 to 565... -recovered lands t…
-collection of Roman laws organized by the Byzantine emperor…
-sole ruler with complete authority... -Justinian was one of the…
Constantinople
-capital of the eastern Roman empire; capital of Byzantine an…
Justinian
-ruler of Byzantine empire from 527 to 565... -recovered lands t…
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World History Chapter 9 Terms
Bourgeoisie
Estate
Emigre
Coup d'état
The middle class, including merchants, industrialists, and pr…
A landed property with a large house
A person who has left their own country in order to settle in…
A sudden overthrow of the government
Bourgeoisie
The middle class, including merchants, industrialists, and pr…
Estate
A landed property with a large house
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World History- Chapter 9 Terms
Wergild
ordeal
bishopric
pope
"money for a man" The value of a person in money, depending o…
a means of determining guilt in Germanic law; trial by divine…
a group of Christian communities, or parishes
the bishop of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church
Wergild
"money for a man" The value of a person in money, depending o…
ordeal
a means of determining guilt in Germanic law; trial by divine…
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World History Unit 9 Terms
Industrial Revolution
Enclosure
James Watt
Entrepreneur
A period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufactur…
A movement in England during the 1600s and 1700s in which the…
Scottish engineer and inventor whose improvements in the stea…
A person who organizes, manages, and takes on the risks of a…
Industrial Revolution
A period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufactur…
Enclosure
A movement in England during the 1600s and 1700s in which the…
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World history terms 9/8
Toba catastrophe
Microlithic
Hunter gatherer
Monmouth
Volcanic erruption 75000 years ago that nearly wiped out homo…
Rock tools sapiens used and brought with them when they left…
Majority of homosapien time is spent as a H&G. (450-8000 bce)…
Big ass hairy elephant. Hunted during ice age bc of climate c…
Toba catastrophe
Volcanic erruption 75000 years ago that nearly wiped out homo…
Microlithic
Rock tools sapiens used and brought with them when they left…
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World History 9 mid-term
developed modern alphabet
Macedonian ruler conquered persia and…
Fought in punic wars
Known for atrocities
phoneicans
Alexander the Great
Rome and Carthage
Assyrians
developed modern alphabet
phoneicans
Macedonian ruler conquered persia and…
Alexander the Great
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World History 9 30 Terms
Marie Curie
Virginia Woolf
T.S. Elliot
Benito Mussolini
Scientist who experimented with radioactivity and died from r…
British novelist who used stream of consciousness to explore…
American born English poet who published The Wasteland
Italian dictator during WW2 nicknamed 'Il Duce.'
Marie Curie
Scientist who experimented with radioactivity and died from r…
Virginia Woolf
British novelist who used stream of consciousness to explore…
World History Ch. 9 Terms
wergild
ordeal
bishopric
Pope
money for a man, "money for a man", the value of a person in…
Method of determining a person's guilt or innocence by subjec…
diocese; a group of parishes headed by a bishop
"Father" of the Catholic Church
wergild
money for a man, "money for a man", the value of a person in…
ordeal
Method of determining a person's guilt or innocence by subjec…
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CH. 9 World History Terms
Wergild
Ordeal
Bishopric
Pope
the value set in Anglo-Saxon and Germanic law upon human life…
an ancient test of guilt or innocence by subjection of the ac…
the office or rank of a bishop.
the bishop of Rome as head of the Roman Catholic Church.
Wergild
the value set in Anglo-Saxon and Germanic law upon human life…
Ordeal
an ancient test of guilt or innocence by subjection of the ac…
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Ch. 9 Terms, World History
constantinople
justinian
justinians code
autocrat
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
Byzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered muc…
An organized collection and explanation of roman laws for use…
Absolute in power or authority
constantinople
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
justinian
Byzantine emperor in the 6th century A.D. who reconquered muc…
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World History 9 Mid-Term
Indus Valley Civilization
Uruk
MohenJo Daro
Harappa
One of the first early civilizations; it was centered around…
Famouns and important city in Mesopotamia with both a lively…
One of the two largest cities in the Indus River Valley Civil…
One of the two largest cities in the Indus River Valley Civil…
Indus Valley Civilization
One of the first early civilizations; it was centered around…
Uruk
Famouns and important city in Mesopotamia with both a lively…
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World History 9 Terms (Peckham)
Heirarchy
Patriarchy
Empire
Centralized Government
a system where groups/people are ranked by authority
a society where men have the most power
a group of nations/people ruled by a powerful emperor or gove…
a system of rule in which power is mostly held in the center
Heirarchy
a system where groups/people are ranked by authority
Patriarchy
a society where men have the most power
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world history chapter 9 terms
Domesday Book
Exchequer
primogeniture
Holy Roman Empire
a general inquiry about the wealth of his lands ordered by Wi…
the bureau of finance established by Henry 1; the first insti…
an inheritance system in which the oldest son inherits all la…
the loose confederation of principalities, duchies, cities, b…
Domesday Book
a general inquiry about the wealth of his lands ordered by Wi…
Exchequer
the bureau of finance established by Henry 1; the first insti…
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unit 9 world history terms
steppe
Mongolia
pastoralists
clans
geographical region... a grassy plain with little or no trees &…
buffer country between Russia and China
herded domesticated animals
group of people descended from a common ancestor
steppe
geographical region... a grassy plain with little or no trees &…
Mongolia
buffer country between Russia and China
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World history terms chapter 9
Islam
Mohammed
Quran (Koran)
Allah
Second most popular religion. in the world. Arose to the arab…
Founder of Islam
Holy book of Islam
God in Islamic faith
Islam
Second most popular religion. in the world. Arose to the arab…
Mohammed
Founder of Islam
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World History 9 Final (Terms)
Charlemagne
Middle Ages
Allah
Islam
Frankish king who was the first ruler to unite Western Europe…
-Also known as the Medieval Period ... -Time between the collaps…
"Arabic for God" ... The supreme god of Islam
A religion based on the teachings of the prophet, Mohammed, w…
Charlemagne
Frankish king who was the first ruler to unite Western Europe…
Middle Ages
-Also known as the Medieval Period ... -Time between the collaps…
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World history chapter 9 terms
Synagogues
Gentiles
Proselytes
Martyr
local places of worship for jews
non-jews
those who converted to Jewish
people who die for their faith
Synagogues
local places of worship for jews
Gentiles
non-jews
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chapter 9 world history terms
umma
Religions in pre-islamic Arabia
Sunnis
Shia
...
...
...
...
umma
...
Religions in pre-islamic Arabia
...
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World History - Chapter 9, Terms
Agricultural Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Jethro Tull
factors of production
a time of farming innovations created by large landowners who…
refers to the greatly increased output of machine-goods that…
invented the seed drill in about 1701; allowed farmers to sow…
the resources needed to produce goods and services that the I…
Agricultural Revolution
a time of farming innovations created by large landowners who…
Industrial Revolution
refers to the greatly increased output of machine-goods that…
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World History Chapter 9 terms
Industrial revolution
Enclosure
Crop rotation
Industrialization
Period that witnessed a greatly increased output of machine-m…
Large fields collected and closed-in by wealthy landowners
System of growing different crops in a field each year to pre…
Process of developing machine-made goods
Industrial revolution
Period that witnessed a greatly increased output of machine-m…
Enclosure
Large fields collected and closed-in by wealthy landowners
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World History Chapter 9 Terms
Enclosure
Crop Rotation
Industrilization
Factories
one of the fenced in or hedged in fields created by wealthy B…
system of growing a different crop in a field each year to pr…
development of industries for machine production of goods
a large building where machinery is used to manufacture goods
Enclosure
one of the fenced in or hedged in fields created by wealthy B…
Crop Rotation
system of growing a different crop in a field each year to pr…
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World History - Chapter 9 Vocabulary
Constantinople
Justinian
Justinian Code
autocrat
Capital of the Byzantine Empire
Byzantine emperor who held the eastern frontier of his empire…
A code of law that standardized laws in the Byzantine Empire.
absolute in power or authority
Constantinople
Capital of the Byzantine Empire
Justinian
Byzantine emperor who held the eastern frontier of his empire…
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