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World History Chapter 8 Vocabulary
medieval
frontier
missi dominici
tithe
Referring to the middle ages, 500-1500 AD
sparsely populated, undeveloped area on the outskirts of civi…
Royal officials under Charlemagne who traveled around the cou…
10% given to church
medieval
Referring to the middle ages, 500-1500 AD
frontier
sparsely populated, undeveloped area on the outskirts of civi…
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WORLD HISTORY- Chapter 8- The Middle Ages in Europe
Byzantine Empire
Constantinople
Eastern Orthodoxy
Code of Justinian
(330-1453) Eastern part of the Roman Empire that survived the…
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
Church established in the Byzantine Empire after the split fr…
A collection of Roman laws organized by the Byzantine emperor…
Byzantine Empire
(330-1453) Eastern part of the Roman Empire that survived the…
Constantinople
A large and wealthy city that was the imperial capital of the…
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World History - Chapter 8
Plateau
Savannas
Sahel
Lake Victoria
Much of the sub-Saharan is a plateau
Dry Grasslands in Africa
Southern edge of desert; transition from desert to savannas
One of the worlds largest lakes
Plateau
Much of the sub-Saharan is a plateau
Savannas
Dry Grasslands in Africa
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My World History Chapter 8
representative democracy
citizenship
phalanx
direct democracy
A democracy where citizens elect other citizens to represent…
membership in a community that gives the person rights and re…
A military formation of foot soldiers armed with spears and s…
A form of government in which citizens rule directly and not…
representative democracy
A democracy where citizens elect other citizens to represent…
citizenship
membership in a community that gives the person rights and re…
12 terms
World History Chapter 8
conscription
mobilization
propaganda
trench warfare
military draft (p. 422)
the process of assembling troops and supplies and making them…
ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cau…
fighting from ditches protected by barbed wire, as in World W…
conscription
military draft (p. 422)
mobilization
the process of assembling troops and supplies and making them…
World History - Chapter 8
Shinto
Regent
Prince Shotoku
Embassy
The traditional religion of Japan, based on worship of and re…
A person who rules in place of an absent or underage monarch.
A regent who ruled Japan from A.D. 593 to 622 and brought ele…
An office of one country's government in another country.
Shinto
The traditional religion of Japan, based on worship of and re…
Regent
A person who rules in place of an absent or underage monarch.
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Modern World History Chapter 8
Miguel Hidalgo
Saint-Domingue
Toussaint L' Ouverture
Mulattos
He was a priest who issued the Grito de Dolores, a call for a…
(1659 - 1809) A French colony on the island of Hispaniola in…
He led a slave revolt that ended slavery on the island of His…
This term was used in Latin America to describe people of mix…
Miguel Hidalgo
He was a priest who issued the Grito de Dolores, a call for a…
Saint-Domingue
(1659 - 1809) A French colony on the island of Hispaniola in…
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World History Chapter 8
Actium
Caesar Augustus
Constantine
Edict of Milan
Antony's fleet was defeated here by the fleet of Octavian
ruled Rome during the birth of Christ
the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity
edict that made Christianity a legal religion
Actium
Antony's fleet was defeated here by the fleet of Octavian
Caesar Augustus
ruled Rome during the birth of Christ
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World History - Chapter 8 Vocabulary
William the Conqueror
Common law
Jury
King John
became Duke of Normandy at age 7 and later King of England in…
a legal system based on custom and court rulings
group of men sworn to speak the truth
son of Henry II, who lost many battles
William the Conqueror
became Duke of Normandy at age 7 and later King of England in…
Common law
a legal system based on custom and court rulings
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World History Chapter 8
Franks
Charlemagne
Pepin the Short
Charles Martel
most powerful Germanic peoples
King under which the Frankish kingdom reached its peak; laid…
mayor of the palace who appealed to the pope and established…
mayor of the palace who defeated the Muslims at the Battle of…
Franks
most powerful Germanic peoples
Charlemagne
King under which the Frankish kingdom reached its peak; laid…
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Abeka Old World History Chapter 8*
Ethiopian eunuch
Frumentius
Lalibela
Athanasius the Great
first recorded African Christian
an early leader of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church
the king who had ten churches carved from solid rock
one of the greatest leaders in church history, he boldly proc…
Ethiopian eunuch
first recorded African Christian
Frumentius
an early leader of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church
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History Alive; The Ancient World - Chapter 8
accomplished
authority
Hatshepsut
periods
To complete something successfully
the government of controlling power
the first woman pharaoh of ancient Egypt
a length of time
accomplished
To complete something successfully
authority
the government of controlling power
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WORLD HISTORY- BYZANTINE EMPIRE-CHAPTER 8
AQUEDUCT
CIVIL LAW
CUSTOMS DUTIES
GREAT SCHISM
A MAN MADE CANAL, USED TO CARRY WATER
A GROUP OF LAWS THAT THE EMPEROR Justinian organized
Taxes that the Byzantines put on anything that came through t…
When Christianity divided into two groups- Eastern Orthodox a…
AQUEDUCT
A MAN MADE CANAL, USED TO CARRY WATER
CIVIL LAW
A GROUP OF LAWS THAT THE EMPEROR Justinian organized
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World History Chapter 8
The Church
Clergy, Nobility, Peasants
Petrine Theory
Clovis
The institution at the heart of the Medieval Society
The 3 classes of people during the Middle Ages
The theory that Peter was the first pope and was give authori…
The man that united the Frankish tribes and became known as t…
The Church
The institution at the heart of the Medieval Society
Clergy, Nobility, Peasants
The 3 classes of people during the Middle Ages
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World History Chapter 8
Benedict of Nursia
Petrine theory
Homage
fief
Who started one of the first western monasteries?
What theory states that Peter was the first pope?
What was the ceremony in which a man became a vassal and, thu…
What term means "a vassal's land"?
Benedict of Nursia
Who started one of the first western monasteries?
Petrine theory
What theory states that Peter was the first pope?
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World History Chapter 8
Medieval
Feudalism
Vassal
Fief
Civilization, from the Latin for "Middle Age."
Loose Organized system of rule.
Pledged Service of Loyalty to the greater lord.
Estate.
Medieval
Civilization, from the Latin for "Middle Age."
Feudalism
Loose Organized system of rule.
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History of the World Chapter 8
Jesus Christ
Pontius Pilate
Christians
Gentiles
For about 33 years the Son of God, lived on the earth as a hu…
A supreme ruler in Palestine and was a Roman governor
Followers of Christ. Who are they called?
These were non Jews.
Jesus Christ
For about 33 years the Son of God, lived on the earth as a hu…
Pontius Pilate
A supreme ruler in Palestine and was a Roman governor
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World History Chapter 8
Christendom
feudalism
vassal
fief
The unique society and culture formed by the Catholic Church.
The form of government in the Middle Ages in which a vassal g…
a person who has sworn allegiance to a lord and gives him mil…
a piece of land given by a lord to a vassal in return fro mil…
Christendom
The unique society and culture formed by the Catholic Church.
feudalism
The form of government in the Middle Ages in which a vassal g…
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World History - Chapter 8 Vocabulary
William the Conqueror
Common law
Jury
King John
Became Duke of Normandy at age 7 and later King of England in…
A legal system based on custom and court rulings
Group of men sworn to speak the truth
Son of Henry II, who lost many battles. Forced to sign the Ma…
William the Conqueror
Became Duke of Normandy at age 7 and later King of England in…
Common law
A legal system based on custom and court rulings
21 terms
World History Chapter 8
753 B.C.
Pantheon
the law
republic
traditional date for the founding of Rome
most famous of Roman temples and an example of classic archit…
Rome's greatest contribution to civilization
representative form of civil government in which political po…
753 B.C.
traditional date for the founding of Rome
Pantheon
most famous of Roman temples and an example of classic archit…
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World History Chapter 8
Clovis
Roman Catholic Church and Frankish Rul…
clergy, nobility, and peasants
Franks
King of the Franks
Clovis's Conversion to Christianity began an alliance between…
List the three classes of the Middle Ages.
the most powerful of the Germanic tribes history
Clovis
King of the Franks
Roman Catholic Church and Frankish Rul…
Clovis's Conversion to Christianity began an alliance between…
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World History Chapter 8 Review
Oracle bone
Pictograph
Dynastic cycle
Mandate of Heaven
A bone or shell used in Shang Dynasty religious rituals. Roya…
A picture or drawing that represents a word or idea
The pattern of the rise and fall of dynasties
Ancient belief that a ruler had the gods' approval and suppor…
Oracle bone
A bone or shell used in Shang Dynasty religious rituals. Roya…
Pictograph
A picture or drawing that represents a word or idea
40 terms
World History Chapter 8
Franks.
Charles the Great
Clovis.
Charles Martel
Most powerful Germanic people.
Meaning of Charlemagne.
The "King of the Franks," converted to Christianity.
Major of the palace who was crowned king.
Franks.
Most powerful Germanic people.
Charles the Great
Meaning of Charlemagne.
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Holt World History - Chapter 8 Ancient Greece
the Greek word for a city-state
an age marked by great achievements
a high hill upon which a Greek fortres…
a type of government in which people r…
polis... (PAH-luhs)
classical
acropolis
democracy
the Greek word for a city-state
polis... (PAH-luhs)
an age marked by great achievements
classical
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Chapter 8: World History
William the Conqueror
Common Law
Jury
King John
Became the king of england on Christmas day 1066.
A legal system based on custom and court rulings.
Group of men sworn to speak the truth.
The son of Henry II, who was a clever, cruel, and untrustwort…
William the Conqueror
Became the king of england on Christmas day 1066.
Common Law
A legal system based on custom and court rulings.
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Modern World History - Chapter 8
Thomas Edison
Bessemer process
Henry Ford
Wilbur and Orville Wright
Developed the first usable and practical lightbulb in 1879.
This was a process that involved forcing air through molten m…
Built a line of affordable cars called Model T.
These brothers succeeded in flying a powered airplane in sust…
Thomas Edison
Developed the first usable and practical lightbulb in 1879.
Bessemer process
This was a process that involved forcing air through molten m…
28 terms
World History- Chapter 8
Geocentric
Heliocentric
Galileo
Margaret Cavendish
Earth centered universe
Sun is the center of the universe
supported heliocentric theory of universe which angered Catho…
not taken seriously because she was female
Geocentric
Earth centered universe
Heliocentric
Sun is the center of the universe
12 terms
World History Chapter 8
dowry
Marco Polo
Mongols
Genghis Khan
money, goods, or property given to a husband from the wives f…
an Italian merchant that traveled to China and brought back s…
a pastoral people from modern day Mongolia
A Mongolian leader that was a very effective military leader…
dowry
money, goods, or property given to a husband from the wives f…
Marco Polo
an Italian merchant that traveled to China and brought back s…
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World History - Chapter 8
William the Conqueror
common law
jury
Magna Carta
Duke of Normandy who led the Norman invasion of England and b…
A legal system based on custom and court rulings.
A group of people sworn to abide by the laws to determine the…
A document that limited a kings power.
William the Conqueror
Duke of Normandy who led the Norman invasion of England and b…
common law
A legal system based on custom and court rulings.
24 terms
World History Chapter 8
Philosopher
Geocentric
Sphere
Heliocentric
A person who seeks wisdom or enlightenment; a scholar or a th…
Earth-centered; a system of planetary motion in which the sun…
In ancient astronomy, any of the concentric, revolving, spher…
Sun-centered; the system of the universe in which the Earth a…
Philosopher
A person who seeks wisdom or enlightenment; a scholar or a th…
Geocentric
Earth-centered; a system of planetary motion in which the sun…
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World History Chapter 8
stateless societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
Almohadis
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa
The Arabic word for western north Africa
A reformist movement along the Islamic Berbers of northern Af…
stateless societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Ifriqiya
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa
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Stearns AP World History Chapter 8 Vocab
Hagia Sophia
Greek fire
Cyril and Methodius
Kiev
New church constructed in Constantinople during the reign of…
Byzantine weapon consisting of a mixture of chemicals that ig…
Byzantine Roman Catholic missionaries
Trade city in southern Russia established by Scandinavian tra…
Hagia Sophia
New church constructed in Constantinople during the reign of…
Greek fire
Byzantine weapon consisting of a mixture of chemicals that ig…
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History: New World : Chapter 8
Ethan Allen
French and Indian War
George 3rd
George Washington
patriot leader who captured Fort Ticonderoga.
war fought in America between 1754 and 1763.
king of England during the American War for Independence
Virginian who carried a message to the French at Fort le Boeuf.
Ethan Allen
patriot leader who captured Fort Ticonderoga.
French and Indian War
war fought in America between 1754 and 1763.
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World History Chapter 8
Peninsulares
Creoles
Mestizos
Mulattos
-Top class in the Spanish-American society... -Born in Spain, th…
-Class below the Peninsulares... -Spaniards born in Latin Americ…
-Class below Creoles... -Have both European and Native American…
-Class below the peninsula's, creoles, and mestizos... -Persons…
Peninsulares
-Top class in the Spanish-American society... -Born in Spain, th…
Creoles
-Class below the Peninsulares... -Spaniards born in Latin Americ…
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World History - Chapter 8
catholic
pope
Roman sacramental system
mass
universal
the head of the Roman Catholic Church
automatically grants grace by the very performance
the service in which the Eucharist is performed
catholic
universal
pope
the head of the Roman Catholic Church
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Chapter 8 World History
Shi Huangdi
Silk
Megasthenes
Han Civil Service System
first emperor and was the leader of the Qin. Had two advisors…
A fine, strong, soft fiber produced by silkworms when making…
Was a Greek ambassador who visited the Mauryan Empire and wro…
Candidates for government jobs had to pass an exam in the Con…
Shi Huangdi
first emperor and was the leader of the Qin. Had two advisors…
Silk
A fine, strong, soft fiber produced by silkworms when making…
24 terms
World History Chapter 8
Myth
Ritual
Oracle
Fable
A traditional story that explains the practices or beliefs of…
Words or actions that are part of a religious ceremony.
A sacred shrine where a priest or priestess spoke for a god o…
A story meant to teach a lesson.
Myth
A traditional story that explains the practices or beliefs of…
Ritual
Words or actions that are part of a religious ceremony.
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World History Chapter 8
stateless societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
Almohadis
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa
The Arabic word for western north Africa
A reformist movement along the Islamic Berbers of northern Af…
stateless societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Ifriqiya
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa
73 terms
AP World History Chapter 8
Islam, one, Allah
Arabian Peninsula
Nomadic, tribal, and polytheistic
Sheikhs
The fastest growing religion in the world...is centered aroun…
Where were the Bedouins living in the 6th century?
The Bedouin culture was mostly...
Who ruled each clan or tribe in the Bedouin culture?
Islam, one, Allah
The fastest growing religion in the world...is centered aroun…
Arabian Peninsula
Where were the Bedouins living in the 6th century?
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Chapter 8 Vocabulary World History
Universal Law of Gravitation
geocentric
heliocentric
rationalism
explains why planetary bodies stay in orbit around the sun VQ
Earth-centered
sun-centered
a system of thought expounded by Descartes based on the belie…
Universal Law of Gravitation
explains why planetary bodies stay in orbit around the sun VQ
geocentric
Earth-centered
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Chapter 8 World History
Silk Roads
Buddhism
Disease
Sea Roads
routes that connected pastoral & ag ppl & large civs together…
spread through SR by indian traders, Bddst monks, & merchants…
affected Roman & Han Dyn the most b/c of contact of w/ all of…
Med Sea avenue of commerce; Venice & Italy major centers of c…
Silk Roads
routes that connected pastoral & ag ppl & large civs together…
Buddhism
spread through SR by indian traders, Bddst monks, & merchants…
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World History: Chapter 8
William the Conqueror
Doomsday Book
Common Law
King John
Duke of Normandy, conquered England. Became King of England i…
Complete census, listed every castle, field and pigpen in Eng…
A legal system based on custom and court rulings.
A bad King of England, later excommunicated by Pope
William the Conqueror
Duke of Normandy, conquered England. Became King of England i…
Doomsday Book
Complete census, listed every castle, field and pigpen in Eng…
12 terms
World History Chapter 8
dowry
Marco Polo
Mongols
Genghis Khan
money, goods, or property given to a husband from the wives f…
an Italian merchant that traveled to China and brought back s…
a pastoral people from modern day Mongolia
A Mongolian leader that was a very effective military leader…
dowry
money, goods, or property given to a husband from the wives f…
Marco Polo
an Italian merchant that traveled to China and brought back s…
14 terms
World History Chapter 8
polis
classical
acropolis
democracy
a Greek word for city-state
an age marked by great achievements
a high hill upon which a Greek fortress was built
a type of government in which people rule themselves
polis
a Greek word for city-state
classical
an age marked by great achievements
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AP World History Chapter 8 Notes
"Golden Age" of Chinese Achievement
Sui Dynasty time period
Tang dynasty time period
Song dynasty time period
Includes Sui, Tang and Song dynasty and is the reunification…
581-618 CE
618 to 907 CE
960-1279
"Golden Age" of Chinese Achievement
Includes Sui, Tang and Song dynasty and is the reunification…
Sui Dynasty time period
581-618 CE
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World History Chapter 8
Conscription
Mobilization
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
A military draft
The process of assembling troops and supplies for war
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
UK, France, Russia
Conscription
A military draft
Mobilization
The process of assembling troops and supplies for war
24 terms
World History Chapter 8
Myth
Ritual
Oracle
Fable
A traditional story that explains the practices or beliefs of…
Words or actions that are part of a religious ceremony.
A sacred shrine where a priest or priestess spoke for a god o…
A story meant to teach a lesson.
Myth
A traditional story that explains the practices or beliefs of…
Ritual
Words or actions that are part of a religious ceremony.
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World History Chapter 8 LO
Animism
Griot
Sahara
Sahel
...
...
...
...
Animism
...
Griot
...
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chapter 8 vocab for world history
magna carta
due process of law
habeas corpus
doomesday book
great charter nobles had certain rights and monarch must obey
requirement of the government act fairly and in accordance wi…
no person can be held in prison with out first being chargedw…
created by willia,m the conqueror , survey of every castle, f…
magna carta
great charter nobles had certain rights and monarch must obey
due process of law
requirement of the government act fairly and in accordance wi…
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World History Chapter 8
What group of people settled by the Ti…
Name four other groups of people that…
Who was the ruler of the Roman househo…
What was the most famous Roman temple?…
the Latins
Etruscans, Greeks, Carthaginians, and Gauls; Greeks
the father; piety, gravity, and dignity
the Pantheon; All of Rome's imaginary gods were, like those o…
What group of people settled by the Ti…
the Latins
Name four other groups of people that…
Etruscans, Greeks, Carthaginians, and Gauls; Greeks
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