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Western Civilization Chapter 7
Augustus
civil service
the julian emperors
pax romana
He was very good for rome, he made a building program and too…
...
Four emperors all from family lineage of Caesar... None as talen…
A time of peace in rome, where rome was at its prime
Augustus
He was very good for rome, he made a building program and too…
civil service
...
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Chapter 7 Western Civilization
Diocletian
Arius
Theodoric
Odoacer
Roman emperor, restructured the empire. Created a tetrarchy.…
Priest from Alexandria in Egypt. Created Arianism- Stated tha…
King of the Ostrogoths, brought in by Emperor Zeno to fight O…
German- Roman master of the soldiers. Fought against and lost…
Diocletian
Roman emperor, restructured the empire. Created a tetrarchy.…
Arius
Priest from Alexandria in Egypt. Created Arianism- Stated tha…
Honors Western Civilization Chapter 14
William Shakespeare
Thomas More
Desiderius Erasmus
Miguel de Cervantes
wrote plays that mocked romance
wrote about an idealized society- Utopia
want a vernacular translation of the Bible
wrote Don Quizote
William Shakespeare
wrote plays that mocked romance
Thomas More
wrote about an idealized society- Utopia
Western Civilization Chapter 7
Constantinople (Political)
Hippodrome (Society)
Hiagia Sophia (Society)
Masters of Soldiers (Political)
Second capital of the Roman Empire, established by Constantin…
(From Greek for "running horse") Chariot race-course in Const…
(Greek for "holy wisdom") Church built in Constantinople by C…
Highest- ranking generals in the late Roman army.
Constantinople (Political)
Second capital of the Roman Empire, established by Constantin…
Hippodrome (Society)
(From Greek for "running horse") Chariot race-course in Const…
44 terms
Chapter 7 Western Civilization
Arius
Constantine
Clovis
Charles Martel
Priest from Alexandria in Egypt. Created Arianism- Stated tha…
Roman Emperor legalized Christianity, moved capital to Byzant…
King of the Franks- First German King to become Christian. De…
"Charles the Hammer" Major domus of Austria- rose to conquer…
Arius
Priest from Alexandria in Egypt. Created Arianism- Stated tha…
Constantine
Roman Emperor legalized Christianity, moved capital to Byzant…
Western Civilization Chapter 7!
1. The spread of - maybe the central f…
Approximately 2 billion people of the…
What 2 problems stand in the way of wh…
4. The New Testament consist of -books…
Christianity
Christian 35
a. Christianity spread with painful slowness with many repeat…
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1. The spread of - maybe the central f…
Christianity
Approximately 2 billion people of the…
Christian 35
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Western Civilization - Chapter 7
Diocletian
Constantine
Edict of Milan
476 C.E.
Emperor (284-305) ... Restored Roman Empire strength ... Prominent…
(306-337) ... Controlled the west... Shared imperial authority with…
Issued by Constantine ... Officially tolerated the existence of…
The end of the Roman Empire ... The German king Odoacer forces R…
Diocletian
Emperor (284-305) ... Restored Roman Empire strength ... Prominent…
Constantine
(306-337) ... Controlled the west... Shared imperial authority with…
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Western Civilization Chapter 7
"The Middle Ages"
Justinian
Corpus juris civilus
Leo III
208: A time period named by 17th century intellectuals who ne…
209: The most ambitious ruler since Constantine. Remembered m…
209: Justinian's compilation of Roman Laws. Made up of 4 volu…
211: An emperor who deployed "Greek Fire" (a revolutionary st…
"The Middle Ages"
208: A time period named by 17th century intellectuals who ne…
Justinian
209: The most ambitious ruler since Constantine. Remembered m…
Western civilization chapter 7
The High Middle Ages (1000-1300) _____…
The unification of the German province…
After 962, the western church ________…
Otto I and his successors became so pr…
a
c
d
b
The High Middle Ages (1000-1300) _____…
a
The unification of the German province…
c
Western Civilization Honors Perry 7
12th c. awakening
causes
education: monastic schools
universities
• cultural explosion, universities and cathedrals sprang up i…
• vikings, magyars + muslim attacks/raids end... • kings + great…
• principal education centers ... • led by monks... • taught gramma…
• developed spontaneously from cathedral schools
12th c. awakening
• cultural explosion, universities and cathedrals sprang up i…
causes
• vikings, magyars + muslim attacks/raids end... • kings + great…
Chapter 7 Western Civilization
Diocletian
Arius
Theodoric
Odoacer
Roman emperor, restructured the empire. Created a tetrarchy.…
Priest from Alexandria in Egypt. Created Arianism- Stated tha…
King of the Ostrogoths, brought in by Emperor Zeno to fight O…
German- Roman master of the soldiers. Fought against and lost…
Diocletian
Roman emperor, restructured the empire. Created a tetrarchy.…
Arius
Priest from Alexandria in Egypt. Created Arianism- Stated tha…
Western Civilization - Chapter 7
Diocletian
Constantine
Edict of Milan
476 C.E.
Emperor (284-305) ... Restored Roman Empire strength ... Prominent…
(306-337) ... Controlled the west... Shared imperial authority with…
Issued by Constantine ... Officially tolerated the existence of…
The end of the Roman Empire ... The German king Odoacer forces R…
Diocletian
Emperor (284-305) ... Restored Roman Empire strength ... Prominent…
Constantine
(306-337) ... Controlled the west... Shared imperial authority with…
Western Civilization - Chapter 7
Diocletian
Constantine
Edict of Milan
476 C.E.
Emperor (284-305) ... Restored Roman Empire strength ... Prominent…
(306-337) ... Controlled the west... Shared imperial authority with…
Issued by Constantine ... Officially tolerated the existence of…
The end of the Roman Empire ... The German king Odoacer forces R…
Diocletian
Emperor (284-305) ... Restored Roman Empire strength ... Prominent…
Constantine
(306-337) ... Controlled the west... Shared imperial authority with…
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Western Civilization Chapter 7
Diocletian
Constantine
Edict of Milan
Council of Nicaea
began process of restoring strength of Roman Empire... rose to p…
controlled west... shared imperial authority with Licinius... 324-…
officially tolerated existence of Christianity... crucial battle…
held in 325... condemned Arianism... stated Jesus was of "same subs…
Diocletian
began process of restoring strength of Roman Empire... rose to p…
Constantine
controlled west... shared imperial authority with Licinius... 324-…
Chapter 7 Western Civilization
askesis
christianities
Essenes
logos
Around __ CE this was the Stoic term for the peace of mind ac…
The dozens of versions of early Christianity, each with its o…
An ascetic and eschatological sect within Judaism. (page 212)
"Word," literally. Neoplatonic term for the spirit of wisdom…
askesis
Around __ CE this was the Stoic term for the peace of mind ac…
christianities
The dozens of versions of early Christianity, each with its o…
Western civilization chapter 7
franks
battle of Tours
medieval
magyars
a Germanic tribe
battle between Christians and Muslims... Christians won
latin for "middle age"
nomadic people settled in hungry
franks
a Germanic tribe
battle of Tours
battle between Christians and Muslims... Christians won
Western Civilization Chapter 7
India is shaped like a _____
The major defect in Confucius's teachi…
The Aryans established a new language…
The Chou Dynasty is often called the _…
peninsula
God
Sanskrit
classical / formative
India is shaped like a _____
peninsula
The major defect in Confucius's teachi…
God
Western Civilization Chapter 7
Odovacar
Romulus Augustulus
St.Augustine
St. Gregory of Tours
Barbarian chieftain who deposed the last western emperor in 4…
Last emperor of the western empire; deposed in 476
Bishop of Hippo in North Africa from 396 to 430
bishop of a diocese of central France
Odovacar
Barbarian chieftain who deposed the last western emperor in 4…
Romulus Augustulus
Last emperor of the western empire; deposed in 476
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Western Civilization Chapter 7: Definitions
tetrarchy
inflation
curiales
heresy
rule by four; the system of government established by Dioclet…
a sustained rise in the price level.
city councilors in Roman cities who played an important role…
the holding of the religious doctrines different from the off…
tetrarchy
rule by four; the system of government established by Dioclet…
inflation
a sustained rise in the price level.
Honors Western Civil Chapter 9
Henry IV
Marco Polo
King John
Pope Gregory VII
excommunicated by the pope b/c he wanted the king to appoint…
visited China and no one believed him about their about their…
Magna Carta limited his powers
made a law that only church leaders could appoint church offi…
Henry IV
excommunicated by the pope b/c he wanted the king to appoint…
Marco Polo
visited China and no one believed him about their about their…
33 terms
Western Civilization: Chapter 7
enterprise
turnpike
tenement
James Watt
a business organization in such areas as shipping, mining, ra…
private road built by entrepreneurs who charged a toll, or fe…
apartment building for the working class
Scottish engineer who made improvements on the engine in late…
enterprise
a business organization in such areas as shipping, mining, ra…
turnpike
private road built by entrepreneurs who charged a toll, or fe…
23 terms
Western Civilization Chapter 7 Vocabulary
curiales
Jihad
major domus
quadrivium
city councilors in Roman cities who played an important role…
"striving in the way of the Lord." In Islam, the attempt to a…
the chief officer of the king's household in the Frankish kin…
arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, and music; four of the seven…
curiales
city councilors in Roman cities who played an important role…
Jihad
"striving in the way of the Lord." In Islam, the attempt to a…
Western Civilization I Chapter 7.
Pax Romana
Augustus Caesar
Reforms of Augustus
Tiberius
A period of peace and prosperity throughout the Roman Empire,…
63 BC- 14 AD Julius's nephew, greatest ruler, totalitarian ru…
• Military... - State pays the soldiers, not the generals (good…
Starts off on a bad foot by making a fool of himself trying t…
Pax Romana
A period of peace and prosperity throughout the Roman Empire,…
Augustus Caesar
63 BC- 14 AD Julius's nephew, greatest ruler, totalitarian ru…
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Western Civilization Honors Test 7
The system in which a single political…
The first Fascist dictatorship was set…
The terror squads of "Fascisti" wore _…
Between 1924 and 1926 Mussolini turned…
Totalitarianism
Italy
Black Shirts
Dictatorship
The system in which a single political…
Totalitarianism
The first Fascist dictatorship was set…
Italy
Western Civilization Chapter 7 Terms
(Latin) Christendom
Justinian
Latin Church (Roman Catholic Church)
Pope Gregory I
-worldwide community of Christians
-Emperor of Rome who unsuccessfully attempted to reunite the…
...
-First bishop of Rome to successfully negotiate a more univer…
(Latin) Christendom
-worldwide community of Christians
Justinian
-Emperor of Rome who unsuccessfully attempted to reunite the…
63 terms
Western Civilization Chapter 7 & 8
Council of Nicaea
Martin of Tours
Saint Patrick
Theodosius
Summoned by Constantine in 325 to combat the Arian heresy, wh…
Roman soldier that brought Christianity to Gaul
He brought Christianity and Roman culture to Ireland
He made Christianity the official religion of Rome
Council of Nicaea
Summoned by Constantine in 325 to combat the Arian heresy, wh…
Martin of Tours
Roman soldier that brought Christianity to Gaul
85 terms
western civilizations chapter 7 vocab
king clovis
rome
dark ages
medieval
warrior king of the Franks who established a Germanic kingdom…
place that unified western Europe, spread classical ideas, La…
era after collapse of Rome that was a period of political, so…
Latin word for middle ages
king clovis
warrior king of the Franks who established a Germanic kingdom…
rome
place that unified western Europe, spread classical ideas, La…
Western Civilization- Chapter 7-12
Tetrarchy ... ...
Inflation
Curiales
Heresy
rule by 4; the system of government established by Diocletian…
a sustained rise in the price level
city councilors in Roman cities who played an important role…
the holding of religious doctrines different from the officia…
Tetrarchy ... ...
rule by 4; the system of government established by Diocletian…
Inflation
a sustained rise in the price level
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Western Civilization chapter 7 vocabulary
medieval
Battle of Tours
unify
Aristocrats
came from the Latin terms, "middle ages"
Christian warriors triumphed. To the Christians this victory…
to combine into one
members of nobility
medieval
came from the Latin terms, "middle ages"
Battle of Tours
Christian warriors triumphed. To the Christians this victory…
Honors Western Civilization(chapter 17)
Charles V
Phillip II
Dutch Revolt
Spanish Amarda
ruler of the Spanish Empire from 1516 and Holy Roman Emperor…
Philip II was King of Spain from 1556 to 1598
The Dutch Revolt (1566 or 1568-1648)[note 1] was the successf…
was a Spanish fleet of 130 ships that sailed from A Coruña in…
Charles V
ruler of the Spanish Empire from 1516 and Holy Roman Emperor…
Phillip II
Philip II was King of Spain from 1556 to 1598
Honors Western Civilization(chapter 15)
Humanism
Francisco Petrarch
Niccolo Machiavelli
Raphael Santi
Not abandon belief of God but gave attention to the affairs o…
Humanist author, love of learning nature and humanity
Official in government, political philosopher
Paintings decorate pope's private quarters
Humanism
Not abandon belief of God but gave attention to the affairs o…
Francisco Petrarch
Humanist author, love of learning nature and humanity
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Western Civilization Chapter 7 Vocabulary
medieval
Charlemagne
Vikings
feudalism
culture during the Middle Ages
crowned the Germanic king of the Roman Empire
invaders from Scandinavia
a loose system of government in which lords have control over…
medieval
culture during the Middle Ages
Charlemagne
crowned the Germanic king of the Roman Empire
42 terms
Western Civilization: Chapter 7 & 8
Diocletian
Constantine
Edict of Milan
Pope Gregory I
- Roman Empire (284-305 *end of Terrible 3rd Century)... - Roman…
- Roman Empire (306-337)... - Restored order and stability... - Exp…
- Rome (313)... - Officially tolerated the existence of Christia…
- Rome (6th century)... - Church civilized Germans... - Papal state…
Diocletian
- Roman Empire (284-305 *end of Terrible 3rd Century)... - Roman…
Constantine
- Roman Empire (306-337)... - Restored order and stability... - Exp…
Western civilization I chapter 7
Octavian caesar
Princeps
Principate/Dyarchy
Dyarchy
Roman general and julio Caesars grand nephew. Rule Egypt afte…
First citezen, title given to octavian
Rule bye one and rule by the few, it wasn't a monarchy.
Consisted of the emperor ruling for life with senate
Octavian caesar
Roman general and julio Caesars grand nephew. Rule Egypt afte…
Princeps
First citezen, title given to octavian
Honors Western Civil Chapter 9
Henry IV
Marco Polo
King John
Pope Gregory VII
excommunicated by the pope b/c he wanted the king to appoint…
visited China and no one believed him about their about their…
Magna Carta limited his powers
made a law that only church leaders could appoint church offi…
Henry IV
excommunicated by the pope b/c he wanted the king to appoint…
Marco Polo
visited China and no one believed him about their about their…
63 terms
Western Civilization Chapter 7 & 8
Council of Nicaea
Martin of Tours
Saint Patrick
Theodosius
Summoned by Constantine in 325 to combat the Arian heresy, wh…
Roman soldier that brought Christianity to Gaul
He brought Christianity and Roman culture to Ireland
He made Christianity the official religion of Rome
Council of Nicaea
Summoned by Constantine in 325 to combat the Arian heresy, wh…
Martin of Tours
Roman soldier that brought Christianity to Gaul
Western Civilization I: Chapter 7,8, & 9
The edict of _____ was Constantine's d…
The council of ______ in 325 defined _…
In the late 4th century, the _________…
The heresy of Arianism questioned the…
Milan, Christianity
Nicaea, Christ
Visigoths, Balkans, Huns
Jesus
The edict of _____ was Constantine's d…
Milan, Christianity
The council of ______ in 325 defined _…
Nicaea, Christ
Dates- Honors Western Civilization
753 B.C.E- Founding of Rome
508 B.C.E- Origin of Democracy
330 C.E./A.D.- Constantine Moves the C…
476 C.E./A.D.- Fall of Rome in West
Where: Italian Peninsula ... -Latins founded Rome on the Palatin…
Where: Athens, Greece... -Cleisthenes- (Father of Democracy)... 1.…
Where: Rome... -Emperor Constantine moved the capital of the Rom…
Where: Rome... -German tribes further enter Roman empire and sac…
753 B.C.E- Founding of Rome
Where: Italian Peninsula ... -Latins founded Rome on the Palatin…
508 B.C.E- Origin of Democracy
Where: Athens, Greece... -Cleisthenes- (Father of Democracy)... 1.…
Honors western civilization
Constantinople
Jerusalem
Venice and Genoa
Paris and Oxford
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
City of holy sites
Cities in northern Italy that promoted revival... Venice: City k…
First university to offer major curricula: med, law, theology…
Constantinople
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
Jerusalem
City of holy sites
WESTERN CIVILIZATION Chapter 7/8
in 762 the Abbasid Dynasty moved the m…
how was the byzantine empire different…
this bishop of milan held theodosius a…
how did diocletian attempt to fight in…
Baghdad
much more urban and commercial
Ambrose
capping wages and prices
in 762 the Abbasid Dynasty moved the m…
Baghdad
how was the byzantine empire different…
much more urban and commercial
44 terms
Honors Western Civilization Final
Queen Elizabeth
Phillip II
English Civil War
English Bill of Rights
Engish- helped keep England undefeated, involved in Spanish war
Spanish- 42 year reign, sought to expand Spanish influence an…
Caveliers(supporters of Charles I) against the Roundheads(sup…
Ensured the superiority of Parliament over the Monarchy
Queen Elizabeth
Engish- helped keep England undefeated, involved in Spanish war
Phillip II
Spanish- 42 year reign, sought to expand Spanish influence an…
Western Civilization Honors - Chapter 3 Key Terms Part Two
Athenian Women
What is the Socratic Method/ Dialect
Greek political legacy
Trial/Death
-denied legal/ political rights... -barred from holding public o…
-dialects: logical discussion... -forced people to examine their…
-the movement away from mythic and theocratic politics... -compr…
-Socrates threatened the state by subjecting its ancient and…
Athenian Women
-denied legal/ political rights... -barred from holding public o…
What is the Socratic Method/ Dialect
-dialects: logical discussion... -forced people to examine their…
Honors Western Civilization Midterm
myth
deity
republic
patrician
A traditional story about gods, ancestors, or heroes, told to…
a god or goddess
A form of government in which citizens choose their leaders b…
In ancient Rome, a member of the privileged upper class.
myth
A traditional story about gods, ancestors, or heroes, told to…
deity
a god or goddess
Western Civilization Midterm (Chapter 7)
Inca sun God
Who captured the Inca capitol?
What did the Inca use to carry rulers…
Both the Aztec and Inca fell into an e…
Inti
Francisco Pizarro
litters, which were like couches
small pox
Inca sun God
Inti
Who captured the Inca capitol?
Francisco Pizarro
western civilizations chapter 7 vocab
Centesimus Annus
Divino Afflante Spiritu
Laborem Exercens
Mater et Magistra
"On the Hundredth Anniversary"
"Inspired by the Divine Spirit"
"Through work man must earn"
"Mother and Teacher"
Centesimus Annus
"On the Hundredth Anniversary"
Divino Afflante Spiritu
"Inspired by the Divine Spirit"
Honors Western Civilization Midterm
The local British population in India'…
In 1644 the Manchus (from Manchuria) c…
What was asiento?
The Edict of Nantes granted religious…
Black Hole of Calcutta
Qing
the exclusive right given to England to trade slaves with Sou…
The Huguenots
The local British population in India'…
Black Hole of Calcutta
In 1644 the Manchus (from Manchuria) c…
Qing
Western Civilization Chapter 7 part 2
Chapel (Society)
Chancel (Society)
Nave (Society)
Augustine (Politics)
Small building or room used for Christian worship, often in a…
Part of a church containing the altar.
Main part of a church, especially the long, narrow central se…
Bishop of Hippo in North Africa from 396 to 430; one of the m…
Chapel (Society)
Small building or room used for Christian worship, often in a…
Chancel (Society)
Part of a church containing the altar.
Western Civilization Chapter 7 Key Terms
William the Conqueror
common law
King John
Magna Carta
...
a legal system based on custom and court rulings
Son of Henry II; clever, cruel, untrustworthy; faced three po…
...
William the Conqueror
...
common law
a legal system based on custom and court rulings
Western Civilization Chapter 7 Part 3
Villa (Society)
Middle Ages (Society)
Episcopal (Society)
Pilgrimage (Society)
A largely self-sufficient country estate of a wealthy aristoc…
The broad historical period between the ancient and modern pe…
Relating to the bishop.
Journey made to a holy place for religious devotion.
Villa (Society)
A largely self-sufficient country estate of a wealthy aristoc…
Middle Ages (Society)
The broad historical period between the ancient and modern pe…
38 terms
Western Civilization: Class 8- Chapter 7
Diocletian (P)
Late Roman Empire (P)
dominus (S)
Great Persecution (S)
Emperor who began the creation of the late Roman Empire
Second phase of the Roman Empire (from 284-476 AD) and the fi…
title of Roman emperors during the Late Roman Empire
Last official persecution of Christians, begun by Diocletian…
Diocletian (P)
Emperor who began the creation of the late Roman Empire
Late Roman Empire (P)
Second phase of the Roman Empire (from 284-476 AD) and the fi…
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