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6 789101112 131415161718 192021222324 252627282930 3132 Catch Phrase Review Unit 5 54321
Question 1 absolutism; absolute ruler who destroyed Boyar (noble) class
Answer 1 Ivan the Terrible
Question 2 absolutism; the Sun King
Answer 2 Louis XIV
Question 3 balance of power in Europe
Answer 3 Congress of Vienna
Question 4 became ruler after French Revolution; Reign of Terror
Answer 4 Robespierre
Question 5 Catholic; crushed Protestantism in Spain; divine right
Answer 5 Philip II of Spain
Question 6 centralized power; total power; divine right; Louis XIV is an example
Answer 6 Global absolutism
Question 7 Enlightened thinker who proposed Divine Right theory
Answer 7 Jacques-Benigne Bossuet
Question 8 absolutism; Westernized Russia; warm water port
Answer 8 Peter the Great
Question 9 enlightened thinker; branches of government
Answer 9 Baron de Montesquieu
Question 10 Fought for independence, Haiti; nationalism.
Answer 10 Toussaint L'Ouverture
Question 11 failed; people didn't know how to act in a democracy
Answer 11 Democracy; Latin America; Russia
Question 12 French empire; gave France stability; Russian winter
Answer 12 Napoleon Bonaparte
Question 13 French monarch; overthrown; weak rule
Answer 13 Louis XVI
Question 14 Leader of the Roundheads, English Civil War, limit the power of the monarchy; increase power of the nobles
Answer 14 Oliver Cromwell
Question 15 laws to govern all of France's empire
Answer 15 Napoleonic Code
Question 16 enlightened thinker; individual freedom
Answer 16 Jean Jacques Rousseau
Question 17 scientific thinker; heliocentric theory
Answer 17 Galileo and Copernicus
Question 18 led to rise of Napoleon
Answer 18 French Revolution; impact
Question 19 English Civil War Glorious Revolution English Bill of Rights Habeas Corpus Stuart Rule Puritan Revolution
Answer 19 limit the power of the monarchy; increase power of nobles
Question 20 enlightened thinker; people govern themselves, three natural rights
Answer 20 John Locke
Question 21 nationalism; independence for South America
Answer 21 Simon Bolivar
Question 22 Nationalism; Italian independence
Answer 22 Camille Cavour
Question 23 nationalism; united Germany; "blood and iron"
Answer 23 Otto von Bismarck
Question 24 new thinking of government
Answer 24 Enlightenment
Question 25 enlightened thinker; satirist; freedom of speech
Answer 25 Voltaire
Question 26 overthrew the upper class; French estates
Answer 26 French Revolution
Question 27 rejection of traditional authority; heliocentric theory
Answer 27 Scientific Revolution
Question 28 Russian enlightened thinker; Western ideas
Answer 28 Catherine the Great
Question 29 Social contract; people exchange rights for protection
Answer 29 Thomas Hobbes
Question 30 South American independence; nationalism; combined with Simon Bolivar
Answer 30 Jose de San Martin
Question 31 test to find answers; question past thinking
Answer 31 Scientific Method
Question 32 unfair treatment and tax burden of the 3rd (lower) estate
Answer 32 French revolution; causes
Unit 5 Review
Study, Study, Study!!!!!!!. 1. What characteristics does an absolute ruler have? Complete control over the government/state 2. Describe the following.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200
Jeopardy EnlightenmentAbsolute Monarchy and Glorious Revolution American Revolution French Revolution Napoleon and Congress of Vienna
Final Review Global Age
CBA Review Test Date: February 14, Key People Louis XVI: King of France during the French Revolution William & Mary of Orange: King and Queen of.
Unit 7 Review WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. Absolute Rulers All powerful Kings and Queens Made all the Laws Not subject to the law Divine Right- right.
Philosophers The Scientific Revolution The English.
I have James II. Who has a system of government where there are no restrictions on the government’s power? I have unlimited government. Who has the idea.
Global History Review. Map of Political Revolutions.
Quarter One Assessment
World History II SOL Review
World History 2 SOL review3 Scientific Revolution- Culture in the 1800s.
World History II SOL Review Scientific Revolution - Enlightenment.
(Chapters in the World History Textbook). A. Origins of the American Revolution American Colonies French and Indian War British Debt 1.
Reason & Revolution You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Unit 6 Review What was the result of inflation & heavy taxes in Spain? The Spanish Empire was weakened.
Global History Review REVOLUTION.
Famous People #2 Peter the Great Maximilien Robespierre Zheng HeMao ZedongPrince Henry the Navigator MachiavelliSiddhartha Gautama Mikhail Gorbachev Winston.
Midterm Review The Enlightenment Scientific Revolution Observation experimentation Traditional Reason Society Reforms enlightened despots democratic.
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