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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…
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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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
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…
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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…
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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
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…
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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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
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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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Modern World History Chapter 8
Miguel Hidalgo
Mulattos
Peninsulares
Simón Bolivar
Mexican priest who led peasants in call for independence and…
A person of mixed European and African ancestry.
Spanish-born, came to Latin America; ruled, highest social cl…
"The Liberator", led many independence movements, Venezuela
Miguel Hidalgo
Mexican priest who led peasants in call for independence and…
Mulattos
A person of mixed European and African ancestry.
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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 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
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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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
World History Chapter 8
abacus
Acropolis
agora
ampitheater
a calculator that performs arithmetic functions by manually s…
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city
market place
arena theater with rising tiers around a central open space
abacus
a calculator that performs arithmetic functions by manually s…
Acropolis
A fortified hilltop in an ancient Greek city
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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
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.
World History Chapter 8
conservative
liberal
radical
nationalism
wealthy property owners and nobility - who wanted to protect…
members of the middle, wanted power in the hands of elected l…
members of the lower class who believed in direct democracy f…
a deep devotion to ones own country
conservative
wealthy property owners and nobility - who wanted to protect…
liberal
members of the middle, wanted power in the hands of elected l…
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Chapter 8 World History
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
The Balkans
Propaganda
A military agreement between Germany, Austria-Hungry, and Italy
A military agreement between Britain, France, and Russia
[Serbia/Bosnia] Area in Eastern Europe annexed by Austria-Hun…
An informational campaign designed to influence public opinio…
Triple Alliance
A military agreement between Germany, Austria-Hungry, and Italy
Triple Entente
A military agreement between Britain, France, and Russia
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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
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…
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
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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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…
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World History - Chapter 8 - Section 2
Holy Roman Empire
Henry IV
Pope Gregory VII
lay investiture
Ruled vast lands from Germany to Italy. Developed during the…
crowned King of Germany in 1054, later also became Holy Roman…
Pope in 1054, and there were conflicts between monarchs and t…
the right to appoint or "invest" in bishops by someone who is…
Holy Roman Empire
Ruled vast lands from Germany to Italy. Developed during the…
Henry IV
crowned King of Germany in 1054, later also became Holy Roman…
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World History - Chapter 8 - Section 5
Black Death
epidemic
inflation
schism
In 1347, the sickness was actually the bubonic plague. 1 in 3…
outbreak of rapid spreading disease.
rising prices
split in the church, two, sometimes even three popes claimed…
Black Death
In 1347, the sickness was actually the bubonic plague. 1 in 3…
epidemic
outbreak of rapid spreading disease.
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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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World history study guide Chapter 8
Cicero
return to Italy *passing a point of…
Triumvirate
The council of the Plebs could pass laws
Who was the greatest public speaker of Rome
The phrase Refers to Caesars' means*
three people; Caesar, Crassus and Pompey's
What were the Plebeians able to do in 287 BC
Cicero
Who was the greatest public speaker of Rome
return to Italy *passing a point of…
The phrase Refers to Caesars' means*
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World History Ancient Greece Chapter 8
lyric poem
Draco
How were the Minoans and Mycenaean dif…
what took place at agora
a poem set to music
would not approve of the democracy in the United States
Mycenaeans lived on Greek mainland
activites that took place here are political meetings, religi…
lyric poem
a poem set to music
Draco
would not approve of the democracy in the United States
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World History - Chapter 8 - Section 4
scholasticism
Thomas Aquinas
vernacular
Dante Alighieri
using reason to support Christian beliefs
famous scholar that concluded that faith and reason existed i…
everyday languages of ordinary people.
Italian poet of the 1300s who wrote The Divine Comedy
scholasticism
using reason to support Christian beliefs
Thomas Aquinas
famous scholar that concluded that faith and reason existed i…
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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
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World History - Chapter 8 - Section 1
William the Conqueror
common law
jury
King John
William of Normandy who raised an army with the backing of th…
a legal system based on customs and court rulings, which appl…
Established in England under Henry II, a group of men sworn t…
son of Henry II, clever, cruel, and untrustworthy ruler.
William the Conqueror
William of Normandy who raised an army with the backing of th…
common law
a legal system based on customs and court rulings, which appl…
World History Chapter 8 Vocab
Muhammad, Quaran/ Koran
Pre- Islamic Bedouin Culture ... (Bedouin…
Spread of Islam... (Medina, Hegira, Ka' a…
People Of the Book
Muhammad was the last prophet... He spread the word of Allah and…
Beginning around 500 CE, the Bedouins were established along…
Islam spread through Muhammad and his preaching... Although bein…
Monotheistic... Christianity, Judaism, Islam
Muhammad, Quaran/ Koran
Muhammad was the last prophet... He spread the word of Allah and…
Pre- Islamic Bedouin Culture ... (Bedouin…
Beginning around 500 CE, the Bedouins were established along…
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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 Asian World
Sui Yangdi
Mostly with the bare hands of peasants
1,100 miles
Oppressive
Under which emperor's rule did the Chinese build the Grand Ca…
How was the Grand Canal built?
How many miles is the Grand Canal?
unjustly inflicting hardship and constraint, especially on a…
Sui Yangdi
Under which emperor's rule did the Chinese build the Grand Ca…
Mostly with the bare hands of peasants
How was the Grand Canal built?
World History chapter 8
8.1... The Chinese brought the game of ch…
The Tang rulers restorted civil servic…
The Tang Dynasty destroyed the Silk Road
The vast majority of Song Dynasty Chin…
True
true
false
false
8.1... The Chinese brought the game of ch…
True
The Tang rulers restorted civil servic…
true
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Prentice Hall World History Chapter 8
Clovis
Medieval
Franks
Charles Martel
king who established many Germanic kingdoms that replaced the…
referring to the Middle Ages in Europe or the period of histo…
a Germanic tribe that conquered present day France and neighb…
rallied Frankish worriers when a Muslim army crossed into Fra…
Clovis
king who established many Germanic kingdoms that replaced the…
Medieval
referring to the Middle Ages in Europe or the period of histo…
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Chapter 8 World History (Duval)
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
World History Chapter 8
Peninsulares
Creoles
Mestizos
Mulattos
Born in Spain (Iberian Peninsula)
Spaniards born in Latin America
Spanish / Native Mix
Spanish / African Mix
Peninsulares
Born in Spain (Iberian Peninsula)
Creoles
Spaniards born in Latin America
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World History Chapter 8 the Manor
home for the majority of people in Wes…
term for more privileged peasants
term for peasants that were bound to t…
term for the land set aside for the lo…
the manor
freeman
serf
demesne
home for the majority of people in Wes…
the manor
term for more privileged peasants
freeman
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World History - Chapter 8 - Section 3
Crusades
Holy Land
Pope Urban II
Reconquista
a series of wars that began in 1096 that were Christians batt…
Jerusalem and other places in Palestine where Christians beli…
provided Christian knights to the Byzantine emperor for the c…
A "reconquest" was a campaign to drive Muslims from the Iberi…
Crusades
a series of wars that began in 1096 that were Christians batt…
Holy Land
Jerusalem and other places in Palestine where Christians beli…
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World History Chapter 8
ideologies
They wanted to return to the way thing…
conservative forces
Monarchs and their officials, noble la…
At the Congress of Vienna, the powers of Europe tried to stop…
What was the goal of the conservatives in the Concert of Euro…
The Congress of Vienna was a victory for the _________ forces.
During the Congress of Vienna, three groups stood for differe…
ideologies
At the Congress of Vienna, the powers of Europe tried to stop…
They wanted to return to the way thing…
What was the goal of the conservatives in the Concert of Euro…
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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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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