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World History: Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
World History - Chapter 14
Holy Land
Crusades
Children's Crusades
Results of Crusades
Also called Palestine; Crusades were fought over the area
Military expedition ordered by the pope
Youth who tried to regain the holy land; many kids were sold…
Changes in weapons; fewer lords; End of Feudalism; Exchange o…
Holy Land
Also called Palestine; Crusades were fought over the area
Crusades
Military expedition ordered by the pope
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World History Chapter 14
A Mighty Fortress
Frederick the Wise
Johann Tetzel
Martin Luther
famous hymn written by Martin Luther
This German prince gave Luther protection
traveled throughout Germany raising money for the church by s…
did not believe the pope is infallible
A Mighty Fortress
famous hymn written by Martin Luther
Frederick the Wise
This German prince gave Luther protection
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World History Chapter 14
multinational corporation
megacity
favela
magic realism
a company with divisions in more than two countries (p. 651)
cities with rapidly increasing populations, having trouble ke…
squatter settlements lacking basic urban services (p. 654)
a form of expression unique to Latin American literature; it…
multinational corporation
a company with divisions in more than two countries (p. 651)
megacity
cities with rapidly increasing populations, having trouble ke…
World History Chapter 14
Dark Age
Convent
simony
Constantinople
The name given to the time period in Western Europe between 5…
A monastery for women
The selling of church offices
Capital of the Byzantine Empire
Dark Age
The name given to the time period in Western Europe between 5…
Convent
A monastery for women
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World History Chapter 14
Patron
humanism
perspective
Renaissance
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
An artistic technique that creates the appearance of three di…
1. A rebirth; a renewal
Patron
Financial support of writers and artists by cities, groups, a…
humanism
A Renaissance intellectual movement in which thinkers studied…
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World History Chapter 14
absolute
divine right
Henry VI
Cardinal Richelieu
The ___ power of kings was unlimited and unrestrained.
Kings of the 17th and 18th centuries believed that they ruled…
____ helped lay the foundation for absolutism in France.
____ aimed to strengthen the power of the kings by destroying…
absolute
The ___ power of kings was unlimited and unrestrained.
divine right
Kings of the 17th and 18th centuries believed that they ruled…
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chapter 14 world history
militant
Hugenots
house of bourbon
Henry of Navarre
combative- describes the Calvinism and Catholicism religions.…
French Protestants who followed the teachings of John Calvin…
group of nobles that were Huguenots. Ruled the southern Frenc…
Political leader of the Huguenots and a member of the Bourbon…
militant
combative- describes the Calvinism and Catholicism religions.…
Hugenots
French Protestants who followed the teachings of John Calvin…
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World History Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
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BJU World History Chapter 14
Absolute
Divine Right
Bourbon Henry IV
Louis XIII
Unlimited and unrestrained.
This right, they said, gave them absolute authority: they wer…
The man who helped lay the foundation for absolutism in France.
Came to the French throne at nine years old but his mother, M…
Absolute
Unlimited and unrestrained.
Divine Right
This right, they said, gave them absolute authority: they wer…
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World History Chapter 14
William Tyndale
Desiderius Erasmus
indulgences
Ninety-five Theses
translated the first printed English New Testamend form the o…
greatest scholar of the Northern Renaissance
papal certificates that excused a person from doing penance a…
Luther posted on the church in Wittenberg on 10/31/1517
William Tyndale
translated the first printed English New Testamend form the o…
Desiderius Erasmus
greatest scholar of the Northern Renaissance
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World History: Chapter 14 (Pictures)
Gothic architecture
map of the Crusades
three-field system
Thomas Aquinas
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Gothic architecture
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
map of the Crusades
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World History Chapter 14
This individual created the printing p…
This type of government is run by chur…
This Renaissance man was a scientist,…
Those who follow this religious princi…
Who is Johann Gutenberg?
What is a theocracy?
Who is Leonardo da Vinci?
What is predestination?
This individual created the printing p…
Who is Johann Gutenberg?
This type of government is run by chur…
What is a theocracy?
World History Chapter 14
longhouse
clan
tepee
maize
A long wooden building in which several families could live,…
a group of related families
A circular tent made by stretching buffalo skins over wooden…
Corn
longhouse
A long wooden building in which several families could live,…
clan
a group of related families
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World History Chapter 14
absolute power
divine right
Intendent
Seven Year's War
unlimited and unrestrained power
God-established authority
officials directly responsible to the king
Treaty of Paris
absolute power
unlimited and unrestrained power
divine right
God-established authority
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World History - Chapter 14
unlimited and unrestrained
1. increasing their control over their…
God
England
two things that absolute power is
the ways that rulers tried to increase royal authority
the individual which rulers claimed established their authori…
the country's assembly which was able to restrain royal control
unlimited and unrestrained
two things that absolute power is
1. increasing their control over their…
the ways that rulers tried to increase royal authority
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Chapter 14: Imperialism (World History)
Peasants
Suez Canal
David Livingstone
Ethiopia
These people working on foreign-owned plantations did not rec…
This canal linked the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.
This man's major goal of his explorations was to find an a ri…
By 1914 was one of the two free states in Africa.
Peasants
These people working on foreign-owned plantations did not rec…
Suez Canal
This canal linked the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.
World History: Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
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World History - Chapter 14-1
Simony
Gothic
Gothic Architecture
Urban II
The process when bishops sold positions in the church
During Medieval times
Light, airy, stained glass windows and tall spires
Pope who started the Holy Wars (Crusades)
Simony
The process when bishops sold positions in the church
Gothic
During Medieval times
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World History Chapter 14
Moluccas
Prince Henry
cartographer
Vasco da Gama
a group of islands in eastern Indonesia; was the center of th…
he led the way in sponsoring exploration for Portugal, saw gr…
mapmaker
Portuguese navigator that lead four ships around the Cape of…
Moluccas
a group of islands in eastern Indonesia; was the center of th…
Prince Henry
he led the way in sponsoring exploration for Portugal, saw gr…
World History - Chapter 14
Great Schism
Indulgence
Martin Luther
Protestant
A division in the Roman Catholic Church from A.D. 1378 until…
The relaxation of earthly penalty for sin.
A German theologian, born in A.D. 1483, who was a leader of t…
A member of a Christian group that broke with the Roman Catho…
Great Schism
A division in the Roman Catholic Church from A.D. 1378 until…
Indulgence
The relaxation of earthly penalty for sin.
World History, Chapter 14, Vocabulary
Clergy
Rebellion
Renaissance
Humanism
Leaders of religious groups
A fight by people against a government; a struggle for change
Rebirth; a period in European history that focused on being a…
A belief that human actions, ideas, and works are important
Clergy
Leaders of religious groups
Rebellion
A fight by people against a government; a struggle for change
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AP World History chapter 14 vocabulary
Muhammad Shah II
Khwarazm
Barbarian
Silk Road
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
(n) : a person in a savage, primitive state; uncivilized pers…
An ancient trade route between China and the Mediterranean Se…
Muhammad Shah II
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm kingdom; attempted to resist…
Khwarazm
An old Islamic empire that was invaded by the Mongols under C…
Chapter 14 World History
Militant religions
King Phillip II
Netherlands
William the Silent aka William of Orange
by 1560, Calvinism and Catholicism had become this. They want…
son of Charles V- holy roman emperor.
...
...
Militant religions
by 1560, Calvinism and Catholicism had become this. They want…
King Phillip II
son of Charles V- holy roman emperor.
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World History, Chapter 14
Austria-Hungary was dealing with its o…
trench warfare
Russia was thoroughly defeated by Aust…
Collapse of support for the Central Po…
Why was Austria-Hungary angered by Serbia's determination to…
Why did the Western Front become a stalemate?
What happened after Galicia on the Eastern Front?
What did the stalemate cause?
Austria-Hungary was dealing with its o…
Why was Austria-Hungary angered by Serbia's determination to…
trench warfare
Why did the Western Front become a stalemate?
Chapter 14 World History
The goal of the Crusades
During the Middle Ages what problems d…
What did the three-field system do?
What was the purpose of the craft guild?
To recover the Holy Land
*Priests were breaking the Church laws... *Priests married and h…
Farmers produced more food and villagers had more to eat
A association (group) of people who worked at the same occupa…
The goal of the Crusades
To recover the Holy Land
During the Middle Ages what problems d…
*Priests were breaking the Church laws... *Priests married and h…
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World History Chapter 14 Vocab
Militarism
Convoy
Total War
Propaganda
Glorification of the military
Group of merchant ships protected by warships
Channeling of a nation's entire resources into a war effort
Spreading of ideas to promote a cause or to damage an opposin…
Militarism
Glorification of the military
Convoy
Group of merchant ships protected by warships
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World History - Chapter 14
appeasement
pacifism
Neutrality Acts
Axis powers
policy of giving into an aggressor's demands in order to keep…
opposition to all war
a series of acts passed by the United States Congress from 19…
group of countries led by Germany, Italy, and Japan that foug…
appeasement
policy of giving into an aggressor's demands in order to keep…
pacifism
opposition to all war
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World History chapter 14
Scholars in the Ottoman Empire carried…
The peoples of the Islamic world broug…
The common people of Ming China were a…
Under the Tokugawa, Japanese culture w…
True
True
True
True
Scholars in the Ottoman Empire carried…
True
The peoples of the Islamic world broug…
True
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World History chapter 14
what right did rulers of this period c…
what two chief advisors to the french…
what was the last great religious war…
on what side did france enter the war
divine right
richelieu and mazarin
thirty years' war
protestants
what right did rulers of this period c…
divine right
what two chief advisors to the french…
richelieu and mazarin
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World History Chapter 14-2
Three-field System
Fallow
Guild
Guild Services
Two fields were planted, and one lay fallow for a year
Not planting a field, and letting the field "rest"
An organization of people who did the same work
Gave workers health insurance, funeral expenses, guaranteed q…
Three-field System
Two fields were planted, and one lay fallow for a year
Fallow
Not planting a field, and letting the field "rest"
World History Chapter 14-3
William the Conqueror
Henry II
Common Law
Magna Carta
Invaded England with a Norman army, won, and claimed the Engl…
English King who strengthened royal courts by sending royal j…
The complete collection of case rulings over time.
"Great Charter" - was a document that guaranteed basic politi…
William the Conqueror
Invaded England with a Norman army, won, and claimed the Engl…
Henry II
English King who strengthened royal courts by sending royal j…
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AP World History Chapter 14
The Great Dying
Smallpox
The Columbian Exchange
Potatoes
The explorers and conquistadors from the New World brought di…
One of the diseases that destroyed the Native American popula…
This term has come to represent the mass exchange of peoples,…
New World crops such as the potato spread to the Old World./T…
The Great Dying
The explorers and conquistadors from the New World brought di…
Smallpox
One of the diseases that destroyed the Native American popula…
World History: Chapter 14 (Pictures)
Gothic architecture
map of the Crusades
three-field system
Thomas Aquinas
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Gothic architecture
Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
map of the Crusades
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World History Chapter 14-4
Pope Clement V
City of Avignon, France
Great Schism
John Wycliffe
Moved the papacy from Rome to Avignon, France
City in France where Popes lived for 69 years
A time when there were two Popes because the church was divid…
Englishman who said that Jesus Christ was the head of the Chu…
Pope Clement V
Moved the papacy from Rome to Avignon, France
City of Avignon, France
City in France where Popes lived for 69 years
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World History Chapter 14 Vocabulary
Crusades
Holy Land
Pope Urban II
Saladin
Series of wars carried out by European Christians to gain con…
Region that includes Jerusalem and the area around it that is…
Pope who ordered the Crusades in 1095.
Muslim sultan and hero; he campaigned to drive the Christians…
Crusades
Series of wars carried out by European Christians to gain con…
Holy Land
Region that includes Jerusalem and the area around it that is…
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AP World History Chapter 14
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 portions of Balkan pen…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during reign of Just…
Belisarius
One of Justinian's most important military commanders during…
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AP World History Chapter 14
Chinggis Khan
Tumens
Tangut
Muhammad Shah II
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
Rulers of Xi Xia kingdom of northwest China during the Southe…
Turkic ruler of Muslim Khwarazm; conquered by Mongols in 1220.
Chinggis Khan
Grandson of Kabul Khan; born in 1170s; elected supreme Mongol…
Tumens
Basic fighting units of Mongol forces; made up of 10,000 cava…
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World History- Chapter 14, High Middle Ages
Holy Land
Pope Urban II
Crusades
Saladin
the region where the site of the Holy Temple of the Jews was…
Leader of the Roman Catholic Church who asked European Christ…
a series of religious wars started by European Christians in…
Muslim sultan who overthrew the Seljuk Turks and drove the Ch…
Holy Land
the region where the site of the Holy Temple of the Jews was…
Pope Urban II
Leader of the Roman Catholic Church who asked European Christ…
World History Chapter 14
hajj
submission
Muslim
Khadija
the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca is known as the?
the term Islam means?
the phrase, "one who has submitted," is the meaning of the te…
in 595, Muhammad married a wealthy widow named?
hajj
the Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca is known as the?
submission
the term Islam means?
World History Chapter 14
Ignatius Loyola
Hispania
Twelve Articles
Martin Luther
Headed up the religious organization hjhijcalled Society of J…
Rich and prosperous territory acquired by the Romans after wa…
List of grievances that peasants made against nobles
Responded to Twelve Articles that was sent to him by peasants
Ignatius Loyola
Headed up the religious organization hjhijcalled Society of J…
Hispania
Rich and prosperous territory acquired by the Romans after wa…
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World History Chapter 14
Militant
Armada
Huguenot
Divine right of kings
combative, ready for or engaged in war
a fleet of warships
French Protestant
the idea that a monarch's ability to rule come from God and s…
Militant
combative, ready for or engaged in war
Armada
a fleet of warships
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World History Chapter 14
Simony
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
Simony
The selling of official positions in the medieval Roman Catho…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
20 terms
World History Chapter 14
proletariat
Bolsheviks
Lenin
Rasputin
group of workers that would overthrow czar and come to rule R…
a group of Revolutionary Russian Marxists who took control of…
major leader of the Bolsheviks also known as Vladimir Ilyich
a self-described "Holy Man" that claimed to have magical powers
proletariat
group of workers that would overthrow czar and come to rule R…
Bolsheviks
a group of Revolutionary Russian Marxists who took control of…
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Glencoe World History Chapter 14
divine right of kings
absolutism
mannerism
baroque
the belief that kings receive their power from god and are re…
a political system in which a ruler holds total power, is an…
an artistic movement that emerged in Italy in the 1520s and 1…
an artistic style of the seventeenth century characterized by…
divine right of kings
the belief that kings receive their power from god and are re…
absolutism
a political system in which a ruler holds total power, is an…
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History World Chapter 14
King of Sweden who participated in thi…
First to hold the title ''King in Prus…
He tripled the size of Prussia
He ruled with his mother, Maria Theresa
Adolphus
Fredrick I
Fredrick II
Joseph II
King of Sweden who participated in thi…
Adolphus
First to hold the title ''King in Prus…
Fredrick I
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World History Chapter 14
nationalism
imperialism
militarism
France, Italy, Japan
devotion to interest and culture of one's nation
competition for colonies
development of armed forces and their use as a tool of diplom…
Three countries that made up the Allies at beginning of war
nationalism
devotion to interest and culture of one's nation
imperialism
competition for colonies
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world history chapter 14 vocab
conscription
mobilization
military
complex
military draft
the process of assembling troops and supplies and making them…
relating to the armed forces or to soldiers, arms, or war
having many intricate parts
conscription
military draft
mobilization
the process of assembling troops and supplies and making them…
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World History - Chapter 14
pacifism
militarism
ultimatum
mobilize
opposition to all wars
glorification of the military
final set of demands
prepare military forces for war
pacifism
opposition to all wars
militarism
glorification of the military
World History Chapter 14
caliph
mosque
Quran
Islam
a Muslim leader
a Muslim house of worship
the holy book of Islam
a religion based on the teachings of Muhammed
caliph
a Muslim leader
mosque
a Muslim house of worship
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