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World History Chapter 13
Middle Ages
Franks
Monastery
Secular
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
The Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their l…
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Things concerned with worldly matters rather than spiritual,…
Middle Ages
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
The Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their l…
World History Chapter 13
Major Domo
convent
Gregory the Great
Louis the Pious
Mayor of the Palalce
A place where nuns worked and studied
First Pope to raise armies, help the poor, and build roads
Heir to Charlemagne's empire
Major Domo
Mayor of the Palalce
convent
A place where nuns worked and studied
World History Patterns of Interaction, Chapter 13 vocabulary
Middle Ages
Franks
Clovis
monasteries
A period in history that spanned from about 500-1500 C.E.
a Germanic people in Gaul (France); Christianity brought to t…
Brought Christianity to the Franks; unites Franks into one ki…
Communities of Christian men who gave up private possession t…
Middle Ages
A period in history that spanned from about 500-1500 C.E.
Franks
a Germanic people in Gaul (France); Christianity brought to t…
World History - Chapter 13
Charlemagne
Franks
Decline of Franks
Clovis
King whose rule restored order, learning and unity into weste…
French group who first had contact with Romans in 200s
Death of Charlemagne broke up empire because of feuds and int…
1st Frankish king in 481
Charlemagne
King whose rule restored order, learning and unity into weste…
Franks
French group who first had contact with Romans in 200s
World History Chapter 13
Conquistadors
Colombian Exchange
Encomienda
Mercantilism
A conqueror of a new territory
Describes the interchange of plants, animals, and diseases.
Land or village with inhabitants
practices of spirit
Conquistadors
A conqueror of a new territory
Colombian Exchange
Describes the interchange of plants, animals, and diseases.
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World History Vocabulary Chapter 13
Militarism
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
Central Powers
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing…
Alliance among Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. Part of E…
A military alliance between Great Britain, France, and Russia…
In World War I the alliance of Germany and Austria-Hungary an…
Militarism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing…
Triple Alliance
Alliance among Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy. Part of E…
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World History Chapter 13
Augustine
Alfred the Great
London
Battle of Hastings
first archbishop of Canterbury
first great king of England
important town located on the Thames River in southeastern Br…
1066 battle between Harold Godwin and William, duke of Normandy
Augustine
first archbishop of Canterbury
Alfred the Great
first great king of England
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AP World History Vocabulary Chapter 13
Confucius
Forbidden City
Tribute
Barbarian
Western name for the Chinese philosopher Kongzi (551-479 B.C.…
a walled section of Beijing that encloses the palace that was…
a payment made by a less powerful state or nation to a more p…
a member of an uncivilized people
Confucius
Western name for the Chinese philosopher Kongzi (551-479 B.C.…
Forbidden City
a walled section of Beijing that encloses the palace that was…
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World History Chapter 13
Isaac Newton
Paul III
Council of Trent
Thomas More
Discovered the Law of gravity and other natural laws
pope who led the Catholic Church's response to the Protestant…
meeting called by Pope Paul III... At this meeting, the first a…
Wrote Utopia... This writing described his idea of an ideal soc…
Isaac Newton
Discovered the Law of gravity and other natural laws
Paul III
pope who led the Catholic Church's response to the Protestant…
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World History Chapter 13
detente
dissident
perestroika
ethnic cleansing
a phase of relaxed tensions and improved relations between tw…
a person who speaks out against the regime in power (p. 616)
Mikhail Gorbachev's plan to reform the Soviet Union by restru…
a policy of killing or forcibly removing an ethnic group from…
detente
a phase of relaxed tensions and improved relations between tw…
dissident
a person who speaks out against the regime in power (p. 616)
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Chapter 13 - World History
affluence
annals
export
levy
noun; 1. wealth; an abundance; 2. a flowing toward
noun; yearly historical records, usually in chronological ord…
verb; 1. to send overseas, especially items for trade or sale…
verb; to impose or to collect, such as a tax
affluence
noun; 1. wealth; an abundance; 2. a flowing toward
annals
noun; yearly historical records, usually in chronological ord…
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World History: Chapter 13
Divine Right to Rule
Monarch
Manor
Fief
The belief that God gives monarchs the right to rule
A ruler; such as a king or queen
A large estate, including farmland (200 acres) and villages,…
Land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty an…
Divine Right to Rule
The belief that God gives monarchs the right to rule
Monarch
A ruler; such as a king or queen
World History - Chapter 13 - The Renaissance and Reformation
humanism
humanities
Petrarch
Florence
An intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that…
The study of subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and…
A Florentine who lived in 1300's. He was an early Renaissance…
Name for a city in the Tuscany region of northern Italy that…
humanism
An intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that…
humanities
The study of subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and…
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AP World History Vocabulary Chapter 13
Ly Van Phuc
Confucius
Forbidden City
Tribute
a distinguished vietnamese official sent to China as an emiss…
Western name for the Chinese philosopher Kongzi (551-479 B.C.…
a walled section of Beijing that encloses the palace that was…
a payment made by a less powerful state or nation to a more p…
Ly Van Phuc
a distinguished vietnamese official sent to China as an emiss…
Confucius
Western name for the Chinese philosopher Kongzi (551-479 B.C.…
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AP World History: Chapter 13 Vocabulary Terms
Bakufu
Shoguns
Minamoto
Emperor Kammu
A military government established in Japan after the Gempei W…
Military leaders of Japan during its feudal era and the actua…
Defeated the rival Taira family in the Gempei Wars and establ…
Empereror during the shift from Nara to Heian period in 795.…
Bakufu
A military government established in Japan after the Gempei W…
Shoguns
Military leaders of Japan during its feudal era and the actua…
World History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Militarism
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
Central Powers
A policy of glorifying military powers and keeping a standing…
A military alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ita…
A military alliance between Great Britain, France, and Russia…
In World War I, the nations of Germany and Austria-Hungary, a…
Militarism
A policy of glorifying military powers and keeping a standing…
Triple Alliance
A military alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ita…
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Chapter 13 World History Vocabulary
strategy
province
bureaucracy
subjects
is a long term plan for achieving a goal
is a region with its own government
a system of offices that carries out government rules and reg…
people under his rule
strategy
is a long term plan for achieving a goal
province
is a region with its own government
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Chapter 13 World History
Italians
da Gama
Portugal and Spain
Mayan
Had a monopoly on trade routes leading to the Orient
Expedition around Cape of Good hope gave Portugal a lucrative…
Line of Demarcation divided world between ?
Advanced civilization who flourished in the Yucatan Peninsula
Italians
Had a monopoly on trade routes leading to the Orient
da Gama
Expedition around Cape of Good hope gave Portugal a lucrative…
World History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Employer
Rebellion
Ignorant
Criticize
A person who hires someone else to work for him or her
A fight led by people against a government; a struggle for ch…
Having little knowledge or education
To say that someone has done wrong; to find wrong in something
Employer
A person who hires someone else to work for him or her
Rebellion
A fight led by people against a government; a struggle for ch…
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Chapter 13 World History Vocabulary
clergy
employer
rebellion
creative
the people who lead a religion
a person who hires someone else to work for him or her
a fight by people against a government; a struggle for a change
able to use one's imagination to create things
clergy
the people who lead a religion
employer
a person who hires someone else to work for him or her
World History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Nationalism
Imperialism
militarism
Alliance systems
the belief that people should be loyal mainly to their nation…
a policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate other cou…
a policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing…
the "Triple Entente" or Allies-France, Britain, and Russia vs…
Nationalism
the belief that people should be loyal mainly to their nation…
Imperialism
a policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate other cou…
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WORLD HISTORY CHAPTER 13 VOCABULARY
monastery
secular
Charlemagne
lord
religious community of men who have given up their possession…
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
Charles the Great
in feudal Europe, a person who controlled land and could ther…
monastery
religious community of men who have given up their possession…
secular
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
World History Chapter 13 people
Isaac Newton
Paul III
Thomas More
Macchiavelli
Discovered the Law of gravity and other natural laws
pope who led the Catholic Church's response to the Protestant…
Wrote Utopia... This writing described his idea of an ideal soc…
Wrote The Prince... This writing told leaders of city-states ho…
Isaac Newton
Discovered the Law of gravity and other natural laws
Paul III
pope who led the Catholic Church's response to the Protestant…
World History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
glaciation
fjord
tundra
scrubland
the process of becoming covered by glaciers
a narrow, U-shaped coastal valley with steep sides formed by…
a flat, treeless plain with permanently frozen ground
area of short grasses and shrubs that has hot, dry summers
glaciation
the process of becoming covered by glaciers
fjord
a narrow, U-shaped coastal valley with steep sides formed by…
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World History Chapter 13 Vocabulary Terms
Charlemagne
Charles Martel
Papal States
Pippin III
King of the Franks; united much of France, Germany, and North…
Charlemagne's grandfather; fought the Muslims in the Battle o…
Territories in Northern Italy controlled by the Pope.
Charles Martel's son, Charlemagne's father, won many battles…
Charlemagne
King of the Franks; united much of France, Germany, and North…
Charles Martel
Charlemagne's grandfather; fought the Muslims in the Battle o…
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Chapter 13 World History
What is a Manor?
A tithe was a payment made to which pe…
Which were called Northmen or Norsemen?
Under the Feudal System a fief was a ...
The lord's estate
a priest
Vikings
a land grant
What is a Manor?
The lord's estate
A tithe was a payment made to which pe…
a priest
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World History Chapter 13
Middle Ages
Franks
Monastery
Secular
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
The Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their l…
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Things concerned with worldly matters rather than spiritual,…
Middle Ages
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
The Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their l…
Chapter 13 World History Vocabulary
Middle Ages
Franks
Carolingian Dynasty
Charlemagne (Charles the Great)
the era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
a member of a group of Germanic people in the regions of the…
a reign of Frankish rulers from 751-987
built an empire in Europe greater than any known since ancien…
Middle Ages
the era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
a member of a group of Germanic people in the regions of the…
World history chapter 13
renaissance
humanism
Italy
the Medici family
change in politics, art, economy, culture; shift from agricul…
the study of Greek and Roman classics, but applied to modern…
Place where the Renaissance began because of the city of Rome…
Family from Florence that financially supported the arts and…
renaissance
change in politics, art, economy, culture; shift from agricul…
humanism
the study of Greek and Roman classics, but applied to modern…
World History Chapter 13
Isaac Newton
Paul III
Council of Trent
Thomas More
Discovered the Law of gravity and other natural laws
pope who led the Catholic Church's response to the Protestant…
meeting called by Pope Paul III... At this meeting, the first a…
Wrote Utopia... This writing described his idea of an ideal soc…
Isaac Newton
Discovered the Law of gravity and other natural laws
Paul III
pope who led the Catholic Church's response to the Protestant…
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world history chapter 13
Jerusalem
the Crusades
Pope Urban II
Saladin
A city in the Holy Land, regarded as sacred by Christians, Mu…
European Christians undertook a series of military expedition…
Leader of the Roman Catholic Church who asked European Christ…
He was a powerful Muslim ruler during Third Crusade, defeated…
Jerusalem
A city in the Holy Land, regarded as sacred by Christians, Mu…
the Crusades
European Christians undertook a series of military expedition…
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World History Chapter 13 vocabulary
parable
resurrection
apostle
salvation
a short story that teaches a principle about what is good beh…
the act of rising from the dead
Christian leader chosen by Jesus to spread his message
the act of being saved from the effects of sin
parable
a short story that teaches a principle about what is good beh…
resurrection
the act of rising from the dead
World History- Chapter 13, The Early Middle Ages
knights
fief
vassal
feudal system
highly skilled soldiers who fought on horseback
land given to a knight in exchange for his services
a person who accepts a fief from a lord
the political and social system of exchanging land for service
knights
highly skilled soldiers who fought on horseback
fief
land given to a knight in exchange for his services
Chapter 13 Vocabulary (world history)
Cotton Gin
Planters
Cotton Belt
Factors
A machine invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 to remove seeds fro…
A farmer who owned 20+ slaves.
A region stretching from South Carolina to east Texas where m…
A crop broker who managed the trade between southern planters…
Cotton Gin
A machine invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 to remove seeds fro…
Planters
A farmer who owned 20+ slaves.
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World History Chapter 13
enclosure movement
crop rotation
Industrial Revolution
factors of production
Practice of fencing or enclosing common lands into individual…
The practice of alternating crops of different kinds to prese…
Term for changes beginning in the 1700s, when power-driven ma…
Basic resources for industrialization, such as necessary land…
enclosure movement
Practice of fencing or enclosing common lands into individual…
crop rotation
The practice of alternating crops of different kinds to prese…
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World History- Chapter 13, The Early Middle Ages
Charlemagne
Papal States
counts
navigation
King of France, also crowned Emperor of the Roman People in 800
a region in central Italy ruled by the Pope
officials chosen by Charlemagne to rule parts of his empire i…
planning a course of travel, such as the Vikings crossing the…
Charlemagne
King of France, also crowned Emperor of the Roman People in 800
Papal States
a region in central Italy ruled by the Pope
World History Chapter 13 & 14
Middle Ages
Franks
Monastery
Secular
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
A religious community of men (called monks) who have given up…
Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Middle Ages
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
Chapter 13 World History
Feudalism
Noble
Vessel
Knight
What is a government based on land ownership and personal loy…
Who is a lord who owned land or a fief?
Who is a "lesser noble" that can be given a fief, contract la…
Who is a "horsemen" that fought in battles for a lord?
Feudalism
What is a government based on land ownership and personal loy…
Noble
Who is a lord who owned land or a fief?
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World History - Chapter 13 - The Renaissance and Reformation
humanism
humanities
Petrarch
Florence
An intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that…
The study of subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and…
A Florentine who lived in 1300's. He was an early Renaissance…
Name for a city in the Tuscany region of northern Italy that…
humanism
An intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that…
humanities
The study of subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and…
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AP World History Vocabulary Chapter 13
Tribute
Shintoism
Taika Reforms
Heian
a payment made by a less powerful state or nation to a more p…
a religion based in Japan, marked by worship of nature and re…
645 - Attempt to remake Japanese monarch into an absolute Chi…
Capital city of Japan under the Yamato emperors, later called…
Tribute
a payment made by a less powerful state or nation to a more p…
Shintoism
a religion based in Japan, marked by worship of nature and re…
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World History Chapter 13
humanism
humanities
Petrarch (Francesco)
Florence
an intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that…
study of the subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and…
a Florentine who lived in the 1300s, was an early Renaissance…
a city in the Tuscany region of northern Italy that was the c…
humanism
an intellectual movement at the heart of the Renaissance that…
humanities
study of the subjects such as grammar, rhetoric, poetry, and…
Chapter 13 World History
Hernan Cortes
Portugal
Vasco de Gama
Melaka
The Spanish conqueror of Mexico who had a popular belief that…
took the lead in European exploration. Beginning in 1420, und…
Went around the cape of good hope and cut across the Indian o…
Admiral Afonso de Albuquerque sailed here, which is a thrivin…
Hernan Cortes
The Spanish conqueror of Mexico who had a popular belief that…
Portugal
took the lead in European exploration. Beginning in 1420, und…
Modern World History - Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Militarism
Triple Alliance
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Triple Entente
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing…
A military alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ita…
Was the last German Emperor and King of Prussia, ruling the G…
A military alliance between Great Britain, France, and Russia…
Militarism
A policy of glorifying military power and keeping a standing…
Triple Alliance
A military alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ita…
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Glencoe world history chapter 13
Hernan cortez
Portugal
Vasco de Gama
Melaka
Spanish conquistador that conquered the Aztecs
Took the lead in European exploration
First sea captain to make it around the Cape of Good Hope and…
A thriving spice trade port on the Malay Peninsula
Hernan cortez
Spanish conquistador that conquered the Aztecs
Portugal
Took the lead in European exploration
World history chapter 13 vocabulary
Middle ages
Monastery
Secular
Charlemagne
Also called the mideaval period in europe when a new society…
This is where monks lived and worked.
Normal political laws.
...
Middle ages
Also called the mideaval period in europe when a new society…
Monastery
This is where monks lived and worked.
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AP World History Chapter 13
Taika reforms
Tale of Genji
Fujiwara
Bushi
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Mid-9th-century Japanese aristocratic family; exercised excep…
Regional warrior leaders in Japan; ruled small kingdoms from…
Taika reforms
Attempt to remake the Japanese monarch into an absolutist Chi…
Tale of Genji
Written by Lady Murasaki; first novel in any language; eviden…
Chapter 13 Vocabulary World History
assembly line
proletariat
mass production
dictatorship
pioneered by Henry Ford in 1913, a manufacturing method that…
the working class
production of goods in quantity usually by machinery
a form of government in which a person or small group has abs…
assembly line
pioneered by Henry Ford in 1913, a manufacturing method that…
proletariat
the working class
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World History Chapter 13 Vocabulary
flapper
prohibition
speakeasies
Harlem Renaissance
a rebellious young woman
a ban of manufacture on sale of alcoholic beverages
illegal bars
an African American cultural movement in the 1920s and the 19…
flapper
a rebellious young woman
prohibition
a ban of manufacture on sale of alcoholic beverages
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World History - Chapter 13 Vocabulary
Mathew Perry
Tokyo
Meiji Restoration
Diet
A commodore who commanded a fleet of well armed american ship…
"eastern capital"
Young Emperor Mutsuhito began his reign
a legislature
Mathew Perry
A commodore who commanded a fleet of well armed american ship…
Tokyo
"eastern capital"
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World History Chapter 13 terms
Council of Trent
persepctive
How the Renaissance was different from…
Why the Renaissance began in Italy
-- meeting called by Pope Paul III... -- reaffirm, or restate, t…
New art technique developed during the Renaissance
During the Renaissance, people were more focused on individua…
1) Rome is located in Italy - rich in art history... 2) The chur…
Council of Trent
-- meeting called by Pope Paul III... -- reaffirm, or restate, t…
persepctive
New art technique developed during the Renaissance
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