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100 200 300 400 500 Empires Middle Ages Renaissance Reformation Exploration Absolutism Sci Rev Enlighten
Empires – 100 The Eastern half of the old Roman Empire – preserved much of the old Greek and Roman culture
Empires - 200 Developed advanced medical knowledge and created algebra
Empires - 300 Samurai code of honor
Empires - 400 Two men who traveled extensively and their tales sparked exploration and trade
Empires - 500 Empire that made the Silk Road safe and prosperous (also spread the plague)
Middle Ages - 100 The only organized institution in Europe during the Middle Ages
Middle Ages - 200 Medieval knights code of behavior
Middle Ages - 300
Middle Ages - 400 Spread quickly due to increased human interaction
Middle Ages - 500 Name three results of the Crusades
Ren/Ref – 100 Used their wealth to sponsor great art
Ren/Ref - 200 Emphasis on the value of the individual
Ren/Ref - 300 Increased literacy rates and spread ideas
Ren/Ref - 400 Name three leaders of the Protestant movement
Ren/Ref - 500 ______________ lost power during the Reformation, and _______________ gained power.
Exploration - 100 The three complex civilizations created in Meso-America
Exploration - 200 The name of the slave trade portion of the Triangular Trade
Exploration - 300 The world-wide exchange of products and ideas between the East and West; new foods, languages, animals and diseases.
Exploration - 400 Spanish system that provided slave labor to colonists
Exploration - 500 Economic relationship between a mother country and a colony
All the Rest - 100 The end justifies the means was the main idea of The Prince, written by…
All the Rest - 200 Similar to the Mandate of Heaven, this was the belief that God chose who could be King or Queen
All the Rest - 300 William and Mary were given the throne in exchange for their signing the English Bill of Rights; Parliament now has more power
All the Rest - 400 Who said that government should be based on the consent of the people
All the Rest - 500 Three dudes from the Scientific Revolution
Global 9Name__________________ Mr. KruegerFinal Units Notes Absolutism Divine Right: belief that kings were allowed rule by God (Mandate of Heaven?) absolutism:
Start Playing Jeopardy Final Jeopardy Middle AgesReformationRenaissance AbsolutismVocab.
Movement of People and Goods: Thematic Essay. Age of Exploration-Columbian Exchange Reason for the Establishment of the Trade Route – Columbus’ Discovery.
Constantinople The Rome of the eastern world Heart of the Byzantine Empire Trade city on Mediterranean Sea.
STAAR Review World History. Greek/Roman Influence Human reasoning: Human reasoning: Socrates-questioning Socrates-questioning Plato-philosopher king.
Global Regents Review #4. Era of relative peace and prosperity in Europe. Means “_________________” as it is a revival of learning based on Greek and.
Civics and Economics. Major Trade Routes Silk Road Linked Asia and the Mediterranean Spread goods like silk and spices Trans-Sahara Crossed the desert.
A GIANT World History A Review. SSHS-S2C2-01. Describe the development of early prehistoric people, their agriculture, and settlements. Australopithecines,
Chapter 1, Section 2 An Age of Exploration p European exploration and conquest has far-reaching effects on the world.
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Semester Review. 1. Development of a stable food supply 2. Establishment of permanent settlements 3. Development of writing system and religions.
The Age of Discovery Early 15 th Century to 17 th Century.
BE RESPONSIBLE BE RESPECTFUL BE SAFE * NY STATE STANDARD 7.2C * CC LITERACY STANDARD (READING) RANGE OF READING AND LEVEL OF TEXT COMPLEXITY 10 RANGE OF.
Economic Systems Turning Points. Economic Systems answer 3 basic questions: – What goods and services are to be produced and in what quantities? – How.
The Renaissance and Humanism. Learning Objective Learning Objective: Students will be able to explain what the Renaissance is and how Humanism changed.
England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a ___________ of the cultures of ___________ and __________. It lasted from 13___ to.
Middle Ages Renaissan ce Empires II Global Trade Protestant Reformatio n Regents.
Impact of Trade. What is trade? The exchanging of goods, ideas, ways of life and values between two different cultures.
Middle Ages Questions. 1. What were the Middle Ages? The historical time period between the Fall of the Roman Empire & the Renaissance.
Aztecs & Incas are best known for Adaptation to geography Aztecs – swamps/marshland floating gardens for crops Incas – Andes Mountains terrace.
Critical Vocabulary Unit 4. Absolute Monarchy A monarchy in which the ruler has absolute power and was thought to be ordained by God (Divine Right).
Be Responsible Be Respectful Be Safe * NY State Standard 7.2c * CC Literacy Standard (Reading) Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity.
The Renaissance was a time where… Classical Greco-Roman ideas were revived These ideas were preserved through the middle ages by the Byzantine Empire.
TEST WILL BE FRIDAY 12/4/15 Post Test Study Guide Review.
The Monarchies of Europe. What was the Scientific Revolution? What happened during the Age of Exploration? How was the English monarchy different.
What happened in the world during Medieval Times?.
Packet Pages 6-7. The Romans ruled most of Europe and the Middle East for 500 years.
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Ageof Exploration New World Old World
Jeopardy Vocab Feudalism Crusades Pictures Wild Card Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
The Renaissance and Reformation Ms. Hunt RMS IB Unit 2.
Unit 4 Objectives European Changes. 14 – Renaissance & Reformation Discuss how the acceptance of nonreligious attitudes led to the development of the.
Catch Phrase Review Unit
9/8 Warm Up Use the map on pg. 134 of your textbook to answer the following questions: 1.What 2 countries are located directly to the west of the North.
Out of the Middle Ages Notes The Middle Ages Sometimes called the Medieval Period. The time between the fall of the Roman empire and the.
Triangular Trade : The transatlantic system of trade in which goods, including slaves, were exchanged between Africa, England, Europe, the West Indies,
Historic Examples of Globalization. Globalization – the increasing interconnectedness of the world’s economies, political systems, cultures, ideas and.
Click to begin. Click here for Final Jeopardy Misc. UNIT 2: Classic Civilizations Crusades 10 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Points10.
Jeopardy Middle Age Renaissance Protestant Reformation Age of Exploration Absolutism The Enlightenment Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
Prologue 3 Democratic Developments in England –I) Medieval Reforms –II) Parliament Grows Stronger –III) Establishment of a Constitutional Monarchy.
Absolute Monarchy The Scientific Revolution, Age of Enlightenment, and the American Revolution Issues of disunity in Europe (Renaissance, Reformation,
Absolute Monarchy The Scientific Revolution, Age of Enlightenment, and the American Revolution.
The Middle Ages (300 – mid 1400’s CE). What was the Middle Age? A historical period in Europe stretching from the fall of the Roman Empire in the 4th.
Quick History of Europe Timeline.. (A.D. = Anno Domini [Year of Our Lord]) 100 AD till… Germanic tribes attack Dark Ages: 500 – 1000 AD 476 AD Rome.
Global 9 – Final Exam Review – Turning points & revolutions Neolithic Revolution – stopped being hunter/gatherers and began to stay in one spot, they grew.
Transformation of Western Europe: CE Early Modern Period Unit 3.
The Fall of Rome and the Dark Age The Renaissance The Protestant Reformation The Age of Exploration Collapse of Communism Main page.
G LOBAL I C IVILIZATIONS ! Final Exam Review. West African Kingdoms Tang/Song ChinaMesoamerica AKA- Middle America Geography Sahara Desert ( trans-Saharan.
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