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AP World History Review Session 3: 1450-1750
European Black Death
Italy During the Renaissance
European Medieval Art
European Medieval Statuary
Renaissance Linear Perspective
Gutenberg Printing Press 1450s
St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome
Henry VIII r
Calvinism & Huguenot Centers
Ignatius of Loyola
Ptolemaic Universe: Geocentric
Copernican Universe: Heliocentric
Jean Jacque Rousseau
Treaty of Tordesillas 1494
Spanish New World Conquests
Bartolome de las Casas 1484-1566
Atlantic Slave Trade
European New World Colonies
Spain & Portugal
16th century England
Puritan Migration to North America
Hundred Years War
Holy Roman Empire in 1630
Holy Roman Empire 1648
Muscovite State c. 1500
Peter the Great r
Safavid Mosque, Isfahan
Ming China & Zheng He’s Voyages
Chinese Treasure Ship
Qing Dynasty China
Rise of the West When we last left off… Western Europe developing a great curiosity about the world under increasingly powerful governments.
Do-Now Take out your homework and, with your groupmates, discuss your answers. Come to a consensus (agreement) and write your answers on the white board.
Renaissance, Reformation, and Absolutism Age of Exploration Ottoman/Safavid/Mughal Ming/Qing/Tokugawa Japan Enlightenment & Age of Revolution.
Connecting Hemispheres People and Empires in the Americas.
Event/ Year Renaissance ( ) [p.34-53] Reformation ( ) [p ] Muslim World( ) [p.70-89] Cause Effect/ Result Major Events Major Figures.
Major Events and Trends in World History Modern World History Evening High School.
William Shakespeare William Shakespeare was born in April of 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. Shakespeare was one of the worlds greatest writers.
The World in 1450 Madnick Global History 9. The Basics 1.The world was changing in big ways by Biggest change: European exploration of the globe.
European Kingdoms Africa (Songhai state) Gunpowder States (Ottomans, Safavids, Mughals) Asia (China & Japan) American Civilizations (Aztecs,
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100 MiscellaneousThe Atlantic WorldThe Muslim World Exploration and Isolation Renaissance and Reformation
Review: AP World History Exam
A A- 14 B 13 C D 10 F 0-9.
Europeans ChineseJapaneseRandom Question What were the three motives driving European exploration?
Unit 4 Objectives European Changes. 14 – Renaissance & Reformation Discuss how the acceptance of nonreligious attitudes led to the development of the.
Gunpowder Empires East Asia and Isolation The Atlantic World Europe 1450 to 1750 Ren., Ref., and Enlightenment Potpourri Final Jeopardy.
The World Around 1500 Review Questions
1. How was the Ming Dynasty founded? Peasant rebellion against Yuan People wanted to remove the Mongols from China reinstated Confucian ideology.
Catch Phrase Review Unit
The Beginning of Modern Times Chapter 9 Section 3 (Pages )
Exploration & Absolutism
Europe’s Conquest of the Americas Europe’s Conquest.
The Global Age A Global Trade Network enormous extension of networks of communication and exchange Every region of the world became connected.
“A tremendous expansion of commercial, cultural, and biological exchanges around the world” Major changes from previous era: Introduction of the Americas.
Chapter 1 Studying the Ancient World
Humanism: focus on individual Why Italy? Wealthy city-states/patrons Artists: Leonardo da Vinci Michelangelo Raphael Donatello.
Unit 1 Review Ch 9 Medieval Era Ch 10 Renaissance Ch 11 Reformation.
Anna Fyalkowski, Liz Joseph, Christian Marvilli and Jason Pymento.
Countries on the Atlantic rim were closer to America than any Asian competitor European innovations in ____ gave them an advantage in entering the Atlantic.
Hosted by Mr. Naruta Exploration Asian Empires Renaissance / Reformation Vocabulary
Literature of the Renaissance and Enlightenment By Andrew C. Jackson, Esq.
4/21 Focus: 4/21 Focus: – Soon after European powers had established direct trading links with Asia, they sought to gain more permanent control there Important.
Early Modern Times The First Global Age
World History Unit 3 Test Review
The Early Modern Period CE
Rules to Jeopardy Pick one person to speak for your group Round Robin Format – You get it wrong the next group can steal If you steal and get the question.
Events to Exploration Middle Ages (Dark Ages) ► Began when Roman Empire fell (350 C.E.) & tribes overran Europe. ► Characteristics = much warfare, no learning,
Spices Caravel Prince Henry Bartolomeu Dias Vasco da Gama Line of Demarcation Treaty of Tordesillas Challenger to Portugal.
Global Age Jeopardy!! Conquest of Americas (No Multiple Choice) EmpiresClassesSuper Stars (No Multiple Choice) ??
The World in 1450 Madnick Global History 9. The Basics 1.Many changes took place in the world, c Biggest change: European exploration of the globe.
New Asian Empires. Asian Empires- 1600s Crash Course- Ottomans https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UN -II_jBzzo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UN -II_jBzzo.
Adjacent: next to Adjacent: next to Migrate: to travel from one place to another. Migrate: to travel from one place to another. Conquistador: a name.
Time Period III 600 CE – 1450 CE. Main Ideas 3.1 = Exchange and communication networks expand and intensify 3.2 = State formation and interactions experiences.
Germany Part 1 Quiz. 1. Martin Luther’s position on salvation was that salvation was gained through A faith alone B reading the Bible C faith plus doing.
W. Earlier Explorations 1.Islam & the Spice Trade Malaccas 2.A New Player Europe Marco Polo, Chinese Admiral Zheng He & the Ming “Treasure.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt ITALIAN REN. ART OF THE REN. Identifying.
The Reformation Chapter 14 AGS Packet work. Map work 1.Anglican 2.Catholic and Lutheran 3.Ireland, Scotland, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy (The Catholic.
Unit 1 – European Colonization (Exploration) United States History Mrs. O’Shea.
World History Final Review. Chapters 13: European Middle Ages 14: The Formation of Western Europe 17: European Renaissance & Reformation 18: The Muslim.
NAME THE SOCIETY OR REGION THAT CREATED THE ART & ARCHITECTURE SHOWN ON EACH SLIDE Round 3: Art & Architecture.
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