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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…
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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…
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
AP World History Map; Europe
Russia
France
Spain
Italy
Russia
France
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…
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
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…
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AP World History Map; Europe
Iceland
Ireland
UK
Norway
Iceland
Ireland
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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…
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AP World History Europe Map
Iceland
Republic of Ireland
United Kingdom
Northern Ireland
Iceland
Republic of Ireland
AP World History (Eastern Europe)
Lithuania
Estonia
Latvia
Ukraine
Vilnius
Tallinn
Riga
Kiev
Lithuania
Vilnius
Estonia
Tallinn
AP World History (Western Europe)
United Kingdom
Ireland
Iceland
France
London
Dublin
Reykjavik
Paris
United Kingdom
London
Ireland
Dublin
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AP world history early Europe
Prince Henry the Navigator
Vasco da Gama
Magellan
Christopher Columbus
1394-1460, Portuguese prince. First European royal to heavily…
He was Portuguese sea captain. Brought back ship loaded with…
Portuguese explorer whose expedition completed first circumna…
An Italian navigator who was funded by the Spanish Government…
Prince Henry the Navigator
1394-1460, Portuguese prince. First European royal to heavily…
Vasco da Gama
He was Portuguese sea captain. Brought back ship loaded with…
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AP World History: Devlopments in Europe and the Byzantine Empire
Middle Ages
Byzantine Empire
Justinianic Code
Roman Catholicism
a period after the fall of Rome and before the Renaissance
once was the Eastern part of the Roman Empire, had its own br…
codification of Roman law that kept ancient Roman legal princ…
West of the Roman Empire's practice of Christianity
Middle Ages
a period after the fall of Rome and before the Renaissance
Byzantine Empire
once was the Eastern part of the Roman Empire, had its own br…
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AP World History (Chapter 16: Transformations in Europe)
Renaissance
Papacy
Pope Leo X
Indulgence
a time period of intense artistic and intellectual activity,…
the central government of Latin Christianity, which the pope…
a pope with a superb artistic taste and a clean record; less…
forgiveness for punishments from past sins, which were approv…
Renaissance
a time period of intense artistic and intellectual activity,…
Papacy
the central government of Latin Christianity, which the pope…
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AP World History Chapter 24: Transformation of Europe
What did Martin Luther denounce?
How did Martin Luther spread his belie…
What helped Martin Luther spread his b…
What was the Ninety Five Theses say?
Indulgences
Wrote a essay called the Ninety-Five Theses and nailed it to…
The printing press (Guttenburg)
criticized the Popes; encouraged piety; gave new ideas
What did Martin Luther denounce?
Indulgences
How did Martin Luther spread his belie…
Wrote a essay called the Ninety-Five Theses and nailed it to…
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AP World History: Ch. 10 Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe, Pt. 1
Vladimir
Rome
Constantinople
Balkans
10th century Russian king centered in Kiev who had to choose…
The center of the Western Christian tradition and home of the…
Center of Orthodox Christianity that became dominant througho…
The peninsula and a cultural area in Southeast Europe with di…
Vladimir
10th century Russian king centered in Kiev who had to choose…
Rome
The center of the Western Christian tradition and home of the…
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AP World History Chapter 23: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
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AP World History: Ch. 10 Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe, Pt. 1
Vladimir
Rome
Constantinople
Balkans
10th century Russian king centered in Kiev who had to choose…
The center of the Western Christian tradition and home of the…
Center of Orthodox Christianity that became dominant througho…
The peninsula and a cultural area in Southeast Europe with di…
Vladimir
10th century Russian king centered in Kiev who had to choose…
Rome
The center of the Western Christian tradition and home of the…
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AP World History Ch. 23: The Transformation of Europe
Absolutism
Anglicans
Calvinists
Capitalism
Political philosophy that stressed the divine right theory of…
Followers of Henry VIII's new branch of Christianity
Followers of John Calvin's strict code of morality who dresse…
An economic system with origins in early modern Europe in whi…
Absolutism
Political philosophy that stressed the divine right theory of…
Anglicans
Followers of Henry VIII's new branch of Christianity
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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
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AP World History Chapter 11 Western Europe
Black Death
guilds
Hanseatic League
capitalism
Plague that struck Europe in 14th century; significantly redu…
Sworn associations of people in the same business or craft in…
An organization of cities in northern Germany and southern Sc…
Economic system based on profit-seeking, private ownership, a…
Black Death
Plague that struck Europe in 14th century; significantly redu…
guilds
Sworn associations of people in the same business or craft in…
AP World History Chapter 10: Western Europe
Vikings
Feudalism
Manorialism
Serfs
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
a political and social system that developed during the Middl…
An economic system based on the manor and lands including a v…
Peasant agricultural laborers within the manorial system of t…
Vikings
Seagoing Scandinavian raiders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norwa…
Feudalism
a political and social system that developed during the Middl…
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…
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AP World History Chapter 19 The Increasing Influence of Europe
independent regional states
Marco Polo
Fourth Crusade
Muslim Saljuqs
laid foundation for powerful nation-states
Went to Khubilia Khan's court for 20 years in 1200 CE home to…
Plundered Contantinople b/c of Venetian merchants
Caused the Byzantine Empire to fall after destroying Constant…
independent regional states
laid foundation for powerful nation-states
Marco Polo
Went to Khubilia Khan's court for 20 years in 1200 CE home to…
AP World History Chapter 11 Western Europe
Black Death
guilds
Hanseatic League
capitalism
Plague that struck Europe in 14th century; significantly redu…
Sworn associations of people in the same business or craft in…
An organization of cities in northern Germany and southern Sc…
Economic system based on profit-seeking, private ownership, a…
Black Death
Plague that struck Europe in 14th century; significantly redu…
guilds
Sworn associations of people in the same business or craft in…
AP World History Chapter 11 Western Europe
Black Death
guilds
Hanseatic League
capitalism
Plague... Europe in 14th century... reduced Europe's population;... af…
Sworn associations of people in the same business... stressed se…
Organization of cities in northern Germany and southern Scand…
Economic system based on ... profit-seeking... private ownership... in…
Black Death
Plague... Europe in 14th century... reduced Europe's population;... af…
guilds
Sworn associations of people in the same business... stressed se…
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AP World History Mid-term Dates - Europe
5th Century BCE
323 BCE
507-31 BCE
32 CE
Greek Golden Age
Alexander the Great
Roman Republic
Beginnings of Christianity
5th Century BCE
Greek Golden Age
323 BCE
Alexander the Great
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AP World History Unit III - BYZANTINES & EUROPE
Middle Ages
eastern Roman Empire
Byzantine Empire
How did the Byzantine emperors rule
Period after fall of Rome and before Renaissance
Centered in Constantinople... -Became the highly centralized gov…
distinct from roman empire in that... -Used Greek language... -Arch…
absolute power
Middle Ages
Period after fall of Rome and before Renaissance
eastern Roman Empire
Centered in Constantinople... -Became the highly centralized gov…
AP world history: Feudal Japan and Europe
Taika reforms
Samurai
Bushido
Yoritomo Minamoto
the 7th century "great change" reforms that established the c…
literally, "retainers", similar to European knights. Usually…
the code of conduct observed by samurai warriors; comparable…
leader of the Minamoto clan and became the supreme military l…
Taika reforms
the 7th century "great change" reforms that established the c…
Samurai
literally, "retainers", similar to European knights. Usually…
AP European History Chapter 14 - Europe and the World : New Encounters
Portolani
Conquistadors
Encomienda
Viceroy
Charts of landmasses and coastlines made by navigators and ma…
"conquerors." Leaders in the Spanish conquests in the America…
In Spanish America, a form of economic and social organizatio…
The administrative head of the provinces of New Spain and Per…
Portolani
Charts of landmasses and coastlines made by navigators and ma…
Conquistadors
"conquerors." Leaders in the Spanish conquests in the America…
AP World History Major Eastern Europe Dates
527 CE
1054
1200s
1453
Justinian ruled Byzantines
Schism
Mongols
Fall of Constantinople to the Ottomans
527 CE
Justinian ruled Byzantines
1054
Schism
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AP World History - Chapter 16, Transformations in Europe
Papacy
Indulgence
Protestant Reformation
Catholic Reformation
The central administration of the Roman Catholic Church, of w…
The forgiveness of the punishment of the punishment due for p…
Religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church b…
Religious reform movement within the Latin Christian Church,…
Papacy
The central administration of the Roman Catholic Church, of w…
Indulgence
The forgiveness of the punishment of the punishment due for p…
AP World History Major Western Europe Dates
44 BCE
313 CE
476
500-1500
Death of Caesar
Constantine became Christian
Fall of Rome
Middle Ages
44 BCE
Death of Caesar
313 CE
Constantine became Christian
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Ap World History Chapert 9 Byantium and Orthodox Europe
Byzantines
Constantine
Constantinople
Justinian
-Constantine... -Orthodox Christianity... -Maintained high level of…
-First Christian Roman Emperor... -Constantinople is name after…
-Capital of Byzantine Empire - most opulent, and important ci…
-Goal was to Rebuild the entire Roman Empire... -Tried to reconq…
Byzantines
-Constantine... -Orthodox Christianity... -Maintained high level of…
Constantine
-First Christian Roman Emperor... -Constantinople is name after…
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AP World History- Medieval Europe & Feudal Japan
medieval
Byzantine Empire
Justinian's Code
Great Schism of 1024
Latin name for the Middle Ages.
(330-1453AD) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surv…
A law code created by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian about 5…
Separation of Christianity into the Eastern Orthodox and Roma…
medieval
Latin name for the Middle Ages.
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453AD) The eastern half of the Roman Empire, which surv…
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Ap World History- chapter 23 The transformation of europe
Martin Luther
95 Theses
John Locke
Voltaire
(1483-1546) an obscure German monk who posed a challenge to t…
It was a document. It was very popular.
(1632-1704) He was an english philosopher. He worked to disco…
Pen name of French philosophe Francois-Marie Arouet (1694-177…
Martin Luther
(1483-1546) an obscure German monk who posed a challenge to t…
95 Theses
It was a document. It was very popular.
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The Transformation of Europe - Chapter 23 AP World History
Martin Luther
Ninety-Five Theses
Pope Leo X
Printing press
(1483-1546) attacks Roman Caltholic church practicies, 1517.…
Written by Martin Luther. Attacked the church for many abuses…
Excommunicated Martin Luther in 1520
Invented by Johannesburg Gutenberg. Increased literacy and pu…
Martin Luther
(1483-1546) attacks Roman Caltholic church practicies, 1517.…
Ninety-Five Theses
Written by Martin Luther. Attacked the church for many abuses…
30 terms
AP World History- Feudal Europe and Japan
Taika Reforms
Samurai
Bushido
Yoritomo
the 7th century "great change" reforms that established the c…
literally "retainers" similar to Europeans knights. Usually i…
code of conduct for samurai warriors, comparable to the Europ…
famous, first shogun of Japan; started the Kamakura shogunate
Taika Reforms
the 7th century "great change" reforms that established the c…
Samurai
literally "retainers" similar to Europeans knights. Usually i…
14 terms
AP World History Ch.13 Latin Europe
three-field post
Black Death
Hanseatic League
guild
-rotational system for agriculture in which two fields grow f…
-an outbreak of Bubonic plague that spread across Asia, North…
-an economic and defensive alliance of the free towns in nort…
-an association of mostly men in medieval Europe such as merc…
three-field post
-rotational system for agriculture in which two fields grow f…
Black Death
-an outbreak of Bubonic plague that spread across Asia, North…
AP World History Final- Europe after Exploration
In 1556, Charles V, the Hapsberg Emper…
In 1556, Philip II, son of Charles V,…
Philip II of Spain was a devout:
Phillip II of Spain sent ____ priests…
Ferdinand
Spain, the Americas, Naples and Milan
Catholic
Jesuits
In 1556, Charles V, the Hapsberg Emper…
Ferdinand
In 1556, Philip II, son of Charles V,…
Spain, the Americas, Naples and Milan
Europe 1750-1914 AP World History Vocab
Congress of Vienna
Declaration of the Rights of Man and t…
Division of Labor
Enlightenment
Meeting of representatives of European Monarchs called to ree…
Statement of fundamental political rights adopted by the Fren…
Manufacturing technique that breaks down a craft into simple…
Movement that believed in the ideology that one could reform…
Congress of Vienna
Meeting of representatives of European Monarchs called to ree…
Declaration of the Rights of Man and t…
Statement of fundamental political rights adopted by the Fren…
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
52 terms
The Transformation of Europe - Chapter 23 AP World History
Martin Luther
Ninety-Five Theses
Pope Leo X
Printing press
(1483-1546) attacks Roman Caltholic church practicies, 1517.…
Written by Martin Luther. Attacked the church for many abuses…
Excommunicated Martin Luther in 1520
Invented by Johannesburg Gutenberg. Increased literacy and pu…
Martin Luther
(1483-1546) attacks Roman Caltholic church practicies, 1517.…
Ninety-Five Theses
Written by Martin Luther. Attacked the church for many abuses…
37 terms
Ap World History- chapter 23 The transformation of europe
Martin Luther
95 Theses
John Locke
Voltaire
(1483-1546) an obscure German monk who posed a challenge to t…
It was a document. It was very popular.
(1632-1704) He was an english philosopher. He worked to disco…
Pen name of French philosophe Francois-Marie Arouet (1694-177…
Martin Luther
(1483-1546) an obscure German monk who posed a challenge to t…
95 Theses
It was a document. It was very popular.
28 terms
AP World History Ch. 23: The Transformation of Europe
Luther's Complaints
Institutes
Council of Trent
St. Ignatius of Loyola
German monk who attacked the sales of indulgences and policie…
Created by French lawyer John Calvin, codified Protestant tea…
Assembly of bishops, cardinals and high church officials who…
Founder of the Society of Jesus, a basque nobleman and soldier
Luther's Complaints
German monk who attacked the sales of indulgences and policie…
Institutes
Created by French lawyer John Calvin, codified Protestant tea…
17 terms
AP World History: Ch. 10 Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe, Pt. 2
Cyril
Methodius
Cyrillic
Jews
Missionary sent by Byzantine government to eastern Europe and…
Missionary sent by Byzantine government to eastern Europe and…
A Slavic language derived from Greek letters which is the Sla…
Group who fled to eastern Europe to get away from the intoler…
Cyril
Missionary sent by Byzantine government to eastern Europe and…
Methodius
Missionary sent by Byzantine government to eastern Europe and…
AP World History Chapter 24: Transformation of Europe
What did Martin Luther denounce?
How did Martin Luther spread his belie…
What helped Martin Luther spread his b…
What was the Ninety Five Theses say?
Indulgences
Wrote a essay called the Ninety-Five Theses and nailed it to…
The printing press (Guttenburg)
criticized the Popes; encouraged piety; gave new ideas
What did Martin Luther denounce?
Indulgences
How did Martin Luther spread his belie…
Wrote a essay called the Ninety-Five Theses and nailed it to…
17 terms
AP World History: Ch. 10 Civilization in Eastern Europe: Byzantium and Orthodox Europe, Pt. 2
Cyril
Methodius
Cyrillic
Jews
Missionary sent by Byzantine government to eastern Europe and…
Missionary sent by Byzantine government to eastern Europe and…
A Slavic language derived from Greek letters which is the Sla…
Group who fled to eastern Europe to get away from the intoler…
Cyril
Missionary sent by Byzantine government to eastern Europe and…
Methodius
Missionary sent by Byzantine government to eastern Europe and…
AP World History Final- Europe 1800's
The Austrian empire during the 19th ce…
Who sought a separate monarchy and con…
True or False? In 1867, Francis Joseph…
True or False? In 1850, Egypt and Arab…
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Francis Deak
true
false
The Austrian empire during the 19th ce…
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Who sought a separate monarchy and con…
Francis Deak
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