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AP World Europe Map
UK
France
Portugal
Germany
UK
France
45 terms
AP World History Key Terms (Europe)
Greco-Roman Art
Hellenistic
Carthage
Alexandria
Pertaining to or designating a style of the fine arts develop…
A cultural blend, under Alexander's policies, of Greek, Persi…
This city has existed for nearly 3,000 years, developing from…
City on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt founded by Alexander…
Greco-Roman Art
Pertaining to or designating a style of the fine arts develop…
Hellenistic
A cultural blend, under Alexander's policies, of Greek, Persi…
62 terms
AP World [The Transformation of Europe]
What were the movements in Western Eur…
Western Europe remained an agricultura…
--- increased their power: greater int…
Ideas of the --- also altered due to n…
- Renaissance... - Reformation... - Scientific Revolution... - Enlight…
Commercially; Manufacturing
Governments
Family/Personality
What were the movements in Western Eur…
- Renaissance... - Reformation... - Scientific Revolution... - Enlight…
Western Europe remained an agricultura…
Commercially; Manufacturing
30 terms
AP World - Medieval Europe and Japan
Taika Reforms
Samurai
Bushido
Yoritomo
the 7th century "great change" reforms that established the c…
literally, "retainers"; similar to knights. Usually in servic…
the code of conduct observed by samurai warriors; comparable…
powerful noble who was the founder of the Shogunate System an…
Taika Reforms
the 7th century "great change" reforms that established the c…
Samurai
literally, "retainers"; similar to knights. Usually in servic…
38 terms
AP World Medieval Europe
Manorialism
Feudalism
Aristocracy
Serf
system that described economic and political relations betwee…
dominant social system in mediaeval Europe, in which the nobi…
the highest class in certain societies, especially those hold…
an agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work…
Manorialism
system that described economic and political relations betwee…
Feudalism
dominant social system in mediaeval Europe, in which the nobi…
AP World Classical Europe
Franks
Italy and Germany
England
England Parlament
-Germanic people Roman province of Gaul... -Christianity
"Holy Roman Empire"... -not holy or Roman... -Italy organized city…
-1066 William the Conquer brought feudalism to England
-limited monarchy... -parliament... -Magna Carta~basic rights... -1265…
Franks
-Germanic people Roman province of Gaul... -Christianity
Italy and Germany
"Holy Roman Empire"... -not holy or Roman... -Italy organized city…
112 terms
Europe AP World
The Middle Ages are a what term
What is the date range of the Middle A…
The Beginning of Europe is the what of…
The End of Europe is the beginnings of…
eurocentric
C.500-1500
The collapse
Scientific Revolution
The Middle Ages are a what term
eurocentric
What is the date range of the Middle A…
C.500-1500
20 terms
AP World Western Europe
the population's initial disadvantage
how does the population become an adva…
initial disadvantage of political inst…
how does the political institutions an…
the Black Death and famine killed almost 50% of the populatio…
labor shorter and the end of serfdom... immunity to disease--hel…
feudalism created rigid social classes-strong nobles who rais…
centralized nation-states emerge... competition led to centraliz…
the population's initial disadvantage
the Black Death and famine killed almost 50% of the populatio…
how does the population become an adva…
labor shorter and the end of serfdom... immunity to disease--hel…
95 terms
AP World [Postclassical Europe]
What areas are always part of the Byza…
What do the Byzantine Empire and Weste…
What types of Christian are the Byzant…
What makes the Byzantine Empire and We…
- Greece... - Asia Minor
- Both Christian... - Both consider themselves heir to Roman Emp…
Byzantine: Eastern Orthodox... Western: Roman Catholic
- Different kinds of Christian... - Byzantine not very Roman: Gr…
What areas are always part of the Byza…
- Greece... - Asia Minor
What do the Byzantine Empire and Weste…
- Both Christian... - Both consider themselves heir to Roman Emp…
20 terms
AP World Europe Map
UK
France
Portugal
Germany
UK
France
AP World Europe Map
UK
France
Portugal
Germany
UK
France
World AP Exam (Europe)
Dublin
London
Oslo
Stockholm
Republic of Ireland
Great Britain
Norway
Sweden
Dublin
Republic of Ireland
London
Great Britain
AP World- Europe
which Two Christian civilizations deve…
where does the eastern roman empire sp…
where does the western roman empire sp…
why are Religions culturally and later…
East- Greek orthodox... West- roman catholic
spreads to Romania, Ukraine, and Russia
spreads up to Britannia
because the once united country has different leaders so the…
which Two Christian civilizations deve…
East- Greek orthodox... West- roman catholic
where does the eastern roman empire sp…
spreads to Romania, Ukraine, and Russia
Europe in Transformation AP World
Motivation behind european expoloration
First country to successfully explore…
First person to get to India
Technological advances of Portugese
-New trade route to Asia... -Renaissance curiously about other l…
Portugal
Vasco Degamo
Balanced system of sails that can attack against wind, and ha…
Motivation behind european expoloration
-New trade route to Asia... -Renaissance curiously about other l…
First country to successfully explore…
Portugal
transformations in Europe AP world
indulgences
Martin Luther
The Reformation
John Calvin
sold by the Roman Catholic church for the forgiveness of puni…
strongly disagreed with pope, priests, and indulgences; 95 Th…
split the church into Protestants (wanted to reform) and Roma…
Protestant leader, wanted to limit Church's heirarchy
indulgences
sold by the Roman Catholic church for the forgiveness of puni…
Martin Luther
strongly disagreed with pope, priests, and indulgences; 95 Th…
29 terms
AP World History- Medieval Europe
Middle Ages
Dark Ages
Germanic Tribes
Franks
The historical period from around 500 A.D. up to around 1450…
First 500 years of Midieval Europe. The name was given due to…
The groups of invaders who took over the Western Roman Empire…
Group of Germanic people who rose to prominence under the lea…
Middle Ages
The historical period from around 500 A.D. up to around 1450…
Dark Ages
First 500 years of Midieval Europe. The name was given due to…
13 terms
Europe for AP World
England
France
Spain
Portugal
England
France
27 terms
AP World Europe Yellow Folder
Manorialism
Feudalism
Aristocracy
Serf
system that described economic and political relations betwee…
dominant social system in mediaeval Europe, in which the nobi…
the highest class in certain societies, especially those hold…
an agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work…
Manorialism
system that described economic and political relations betwee…
Feudalism
dominant social system in mediaeval Europe, in which the nobi…
Chapter 15: Europe Transformed - AP WORLD HISTORY
What were causes for Reformation?
Why does the term Simony mean?
What had John Wycliffe and John Huss d…
Where was John Wycliffe from?
1. Church corruption (INDULGENCES)... 2. Simony ... 3. The Renaissa…
the buying/selling of church positions
Denied pope had the right to worldly power, Bible had more au…
England
What were causes for Reformation?
1. Church corruption (INDULGENCES)... 2. Simony ... 3. The Renaissa…
Why does the term Simony mean?
the buying/selling of church positions
62 terms
AP World [The Transformation of Europe]
What were the movements in Western Eur…
Western Europe remained an agricultura…
--- increased their power: greater int…
Ideas of the --- also altered due to n…
- Renaissance... - Reformation... - Scientific Revolution... - Enlight…
Commercially; Manufacturing
Governments
Family/Personality
What were the movements in Western Eur…
- Renaissance... - Reformation... - Scientific Revolution... - Enlight…
Western Europe remained an agricultura…
Commercially; Manufacturing
23 terms
AP World Chapter 15 (Renassiance & Reformation in Europe)
"New Monarchies"
Hanseatic League
Middle ages estates
Printing press
France, England, and Spain at the end of the 15th century
Commerical and military alliances of northern German coastal…
1.Clergy 2.Nobility 3.Masses
printing evented by Johann Gutenberg in 1454, first book was…
"New Monarchies"
France, England, and Spain at the end of the 15th century
Hanseatic League
Commerical and military alliances of northern German coastal…
ap world europe
where does the renaissance start
first renaissance painter
family of bankers
corrupt king
italy
masaccio
medici
pope leo
where does the renaissance start
italy
first renaissance painter
masaccio
AP World Medieval Europe and Japan
Guilds
Magna Carta
Holy-Roman Empire
Scholasticism
association of people with common interests and concerns
-Document that enumerates what later became human rights (151…
multi-ethnic complex of territories in central Europe (early…
Philosophical and theological system of the medieval schools…
Guilds
association of people with common interests and concerns
Magna Carta
-Document that enumerates what later became human rights (151…
Medieval Europe AP World
medieval
Byzantine Empire
Justinian's code
Great Schism of 1054
Date: 600-1450... Definition: relating to the Middle Ages... Signif…
Date: 4th century to 1453 CE... Definition: a continuation of th…
Date: 527-565 CE... Definition: Justinian's Body of Civil Law ba…
Date: 11th Century... Definition: the break of communion between…
medieval
Date: 600-1450... Definition: relating to the Middle Ages... Signif…
Byzantine Empire
Date: 4th century to 1453 CE... Definition: a continuation of th…
AP World Medieval Europe
Poor framework
Charles Martel; Battle of Tours
Carolingian
They were militarily strong
Power was based on family due to what?
When Muslims tried to immigrate into Europe, they were stoppe…
Which family rose to power?
What kind of power did the Carolingians have?
Poor framework
Power was based on family due to what?
Charles Martel; Battle of Tours
When Muslims tried to immigrate into Europe, they were stoppe…
40 terms
Europe (10th: AP World)
belarus
norway
Sweden
denmark
minsk
oslo
stockholm
Copenhagen
belarus
minsk
norway
oslo
AP World Medieval Europe and Japan
Guilds
Magna Carta
Holy-Roman Empire
Scholasticism
association of people with common interests and concerns
-Document that enumerates what later became human rights (151…
multi-ethnic complex of territories in central Europe (early…
Philosophical and theological system of the medieval schools…
Guilds
association of people with common interests and concerns
Magna Carta
-Document that enumerates what later became human rights (151…
40 terms
AP World- The Making Of Europe
feudalism
magna carta
dark ages
vladimir
social organization based on a contract between a lord and hi…
most celebrated document in english history that limited the…
term used to describe the period of time in Europe from 500 t…
Russian king responsible for the adoption of orthodox christi…
feudalism
social organization based on a contract between a lord and hi…
magna carta
most celebrated document in english history that limited the…
AP Euro - Europe in the World
Gold, Glory, and God
Portugal
Spain
Dutch
Europeans are concerned that the people with whom they are ma…
1st, Henry the Navigator, Lateen Sail, Caravan Ship, Astrolab…
2nd, Encomienda, Columbian Exchange, Line of Demarcation, Jes…
3rd, ____ Golden Age, Bourse, New Amsterdam, South Africa, In…
Gold, Glory, and God
Europeans are concerned that the people with whom they are ma…
Portugal
1st, Henry the Navigator, Lateen Sail, Caravan Ship, Astrolab…
56 terms
Classical Europe - AP World History
~750-150 BCE
~500 BCE
~500 to 27 BCE
400s BCE
Greek Empire
Greek Philosophy, reason emerge; Greek democracy starts; Etru…
Roman Republic
Persian Wars; Age of Pericles; Peloponnesian Wars
~750-150 BCE
Greek Empire
~500 BCE
Greek Philosophy, reason emerge; Greek democracy starts; Etru…
63 terms
AP World Medieval Europe and Japan
Taika Reforms
Samurai
Bushido
Yoritomo
7th century "great change" reforms that established the centr…
warrior class of Japan, strict codes of ethics and duty
code of conduct observed by samurai warriors
Founder and first shogun of the Kamakura shogunate of Japan 1…
Taika Reforms
7th century "great change" reforms that established the centr…
Samurai
warrior class of Japan, strict codes of ethics and duty
AP World Period 3 Europe
Feudalism
Bubonic plague
Government of England
Magna Carta
...
...
Magna Carta
Document that endowed the English nobility with basic rights…
Feudalism
...
Bubonic plague
...
27 terms
AP World - Bentley 19: Influence of Europe
Aachen
Al-Andalus
Albigensian Crusade
Capetian
The capital of the Carolingian Empire. Capital of Charlemagne…
A Muslim-ruled region in what is now Spain, established by th…
A crusade begun by Innocent III against the Cathar heresy in…
Early French dynasty that started with Hugh Capet, the dynast…
Aachen
The capital of the Carolingian Empire. Capital of Charlemagne…
Al-Andalus
A Muslim-ruled region in what is now Spain, established by th…
AP World History Map; Europe
Russia
France
Spain
Italy
Russia
France
49 terms
AP World Europe in Transition Review
Renaissance
Northern Italy
Michelangelo
David
rebirth of Classical Knowledge... "rebirth"; following the Middl…
where the Renaissance began... The Renaissance began in ________…
(1475-1564) An Italian sculptor, painter, poet, engineer, and…
Michelangelo's Sculpture
Renaissance
rebirth of Classical Knowledge... "rebirth"; following the Middl…
Northern Italy
where the Renaissance began... The Renaissance began in ________…
16 terms
Ap world history Europe
Tribal
Primogeniture
False
Wergeld courts
One word at describes germans political system and rule
When rule passes to the first born
The Germans were a primogeniture ruling system
Courts that tried to get the victims family to accept money i…
Tribal
One word at describes germans political system and rule
Primogeniture
When rule passes to the first born
29 terms
AP World Chapter 12: Medieval Europe
Monasticism
Guilds
Magna Carta
English Parliament
A way of life where one renounces worldly pursuits to devote…
Associations of craftspeople of merchants that regulated rule…
Required the king to observe certain rights and limited the k…
Developments formed in 1265 that increased the rights of the…
Monasticism
A way of life where one renounces worldly pursuits to devote…
Guilds
Associations of craftspeople of merchants that regulated rule…
48 terms
AP World History Map; Europe
Iceland
Ireland
UK
Norway
Iceland
Ireland
AP World Mongols and Europe
What did serfs do in return for the us…
What was the three-field system?
Why did the population of Europe incre…
By the time it subsided, the Black Dea…
they had to give the lord a share of the harvest and performe…
an agricultural method
A warming trend allowed for higher production of food, there…
1 out of 3 western Europeans
What did serfs do in return for the us…
they had to give the lord a share of the harvest and performe…
What was the three-field system?
an agricultural method
AP world west europe
Feudalism
Charlemagne
Vikings
Lay investiture
Social system in which nobility held land from the crown in e…
King of the franks, last ruler to unite a Western European em…
Group of Nordic explorers, warriors, and merchants
The most important conflict between the catholic and Eastern…
Feudalism
Social system in which nobility held land from the crown in e…
Charlemagne
King of the franks, last ruler to unite a Western European em…
17 terms
AP world Europe
Caravels
Conquistadors
Viceroys
Encomienda
A small, highly maneuverable sailing ship developed by the Po…
A conquerer, especially one of the Spanish conquerors of Mexi…
The Kings representatives in the Americas.
A grant by the Spanish Crown to a colonist in America conferr…
Caravels
A small, highly maneuverable sailing ship developed by the Po…
Conquistadors
A conquerer, especially one of the Spanish conquerors of Mexi…
Ap World History Medieval Europe
Monasticism
Fedalism
Slavs
three-field system
-Living in a religious community apart from secular society a…
A hierarchy based on landownership. Europeans turned to feuda…
Indo-European peoples who ultimately dominated much of easter…
a system of farming developed in medieval Europe, in which fa…
Monasticism
-Living in a religious community apart from secular society a…
Fedalism
A hierarchy based on landownership. Europeans turned to feuda…
29 terms
AP World History- Medieval Europe
Middle Ages
Dark Ages
Germanic Tribes
Franks
The historical period from around 500 A.D. up to around 1450…
First 500 years of Midieval Europe. The name was given due to…
The groups of invaders who took over the Western Roman Empire…
Group of Germanic people who rose to prominence under the lea…
Middle Ages
The historical period from around 500 A.D. up to around 1450…
Dark Ages
First 500 years of Midieval Europe. The name was given due to…
AP World Vocab Eastern Europe
Hagia Sophia
Belisarius
Greek fire
Bulgaria
new church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
one of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that igni…
Slavic kingdom established in northern patterns of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
new church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
one of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
AP World 10 New Civilization in Western Europe
Clovis
Charles Martel
Chaucer
Saint Godric
King of Franks... -Conquered Gaul... -Earned support of Gaul and Ch…
Frankish commander in the battle of Tours(Also known as Poite…
English courtier, who traveled and mastered philosophy and li…
12th century Englishman... -Participated in urban trade but beca…
Clovis
King of Franks... -Conquered Gaul... -Earned support of Gaul and Ch…
Charles Martel
Frankish commander in the battle of Tours(Also known as Poite…
36 terms
AP World CH 12 (Europe)
Charlemange
Clovis
St. Benedict
Wegeld
King of the Franks, crowned Roman emperor
Early Frankish king
Monastic structure of the Christian Church
Fines as a punishment for crimes
Charlemange
King of the Franks, crowned Roman emperor
Clovis
Early Frankish king
25 terms
ap world people of renaissance europe
Ferdinand and Isabella
Charles V
Philip II
Philip V
spencer exploration of new world- Christopher columbus 1500-1…
grandson of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, monarch when cor…
grandson of charles the v of Spain, builds over seas empire,…
inherits kingdom while louis 14 is in reign, fights w louis 1…
Ferdinand and Isabella
spencer exploration of new world- Christopher columbus 1500-1…
Charles V
grandson of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, monarch when cor…
52 terms
Transformation of Europe test (AP world)
What has been the biggest authority of…
What were some of the conflicts that c…
What is usury?
Who wrote the 95 Theses during the ref…
the Catholic Church
~merchants challenged the church's opposition to usury... ~germa…
charging interest
Martin Luther
What has been the biggest authority of…
the Catholic Church
What were some of the conflicts that c…
~merchants challenged the church's opposition to usury... ~germa…
20 terms
AP World 9 Eastern Europe
Why civilization spread
Jew migrations
Constantinople fell
Kievan Rus' created by
Conquest, Christianity, Commerce
expelled from many western countries. Some relocated to east.
1453
Slavic trade with Byzantine Empire and Northern Europe
Why civilization spread
Conquest, Christianity, Commerce
Jew migrations
expelled from many western countries. Some relocated to east.
22 terms
AP World 10 Western Europe
Gothic cathedral symbol of
guilds and religion
cathedral
lay investiture
high middle ages
sinful to charge too much, contributed money to cathedrals, p…
seat of a bishop
kings or others choose bishops
Gothic cathedral symbol of
high middle ages
guilds and religion
sinful to charge too much, contributed money to cathedrals, p…
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