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2 What is the term? #1. A branch of Christianity that developed in the eastern part of the Roman Empire and gradually separated, mostly on matters of practice, from what became the Roman Catholic Christianity in Western Europe. In 1054, the Great Schism occurred.

3 Eastern Orthodoxy #1. A branch of Christianity that developed in the eastern part of the Roman Empire and gradually separated, mostly on matters of practice, from what became the Roman Catholic Christianity in Western Europe. In 1054, the Great Schism occurred.

4 What is the term? #2. The code of conduct and spiritual practice set forth by Buddha in his first sermon, that would allow his followers to achieve freedom from pain, anxiety, and suffering.

5 Eightfold Path #2. The code of conduct and spiritual practice set forth by Buddha in his first sermon, that would allow his followers to achieve freedom from pain, anxiety, and suffering.

6 What is the term? #3. A process in the eighteenth-century England by which wealthy landowners consolidated their holdings by pressuring small farmers to sell their land or give up grazing rights to common land. As a result, the peasant class effectively disappeared, replaced by more hierarchical rural society with wealthy landlords at the top, tenant farmers in the middle and poor laborers on the bottom.

7 enclosure movement #3. A process in the eighteenth-century England by which wealthy landowners consolidated their holdings by pressuring small farmers to sell their land or give up grazing rights to common land. As a result, the peasant class effectively disappeared, replaced by more hierarchical rural society with wealthy landlords at the top, tenant farmers in the middle and poor laborers on the bottom.

8 What is the term? #4. The eighteenth-century intellectual movement whose proponents believed that political, social, and economic problems could be solved through reason, education, and critical thinking. This movement often challenged religious and secular authorities by questioning traditional knowledge and status quo.

9 Enlightenment #4. The eighteenth-century intellectual movement whose proponents believed that political, social, and economic problems could be solved through reason, education, and critical thinking. This movement often challenged religious and secular authorities by questioning traditional knowledge and status quo.

10 What is the term? #5. In the Americas, the Crown-given right that allowed sixteenth-century Spanish conquerors to employ groups of Amerindians as agricultural or mining laborers or a tribute payers.

11 econmienda system #5. In the Americas, the Crown-given right that allowed sixteenth-century Spanish conquerors to employ groups of Amerindians as agricultural or mining laborers or a tribute payers.

12 What is the term? #4. The eighteenth-century intellectual movement whose proponents believed that political, social, and economic problems could be solved through reason, education, and critical thinking. This movement often challenged religious and secular authorities by questioning traditional knowledge and status quo.

13 Enlightenment #4. The eighteenth-century intellectual movement whose proponents believed that political, social, and economic problems could be solved through reason, education, and critical thinking. This movement often challenged religious and secular authorities by questioning traditional knowledge and status quo.

14 What is the term? #5. The final step in a series of arrangements to increase political and economic cooperation between European states in the wake of World War II ( ). It evolved from the ECC and was formally established in 1994, and twelve of its members adopted a common currency in 2002.

15 European Union #5. The final step in a series of arrangements to increase political and economic cooperation between European states in the wake of World War II ( ). It evolved from the ECC and was formally established in 1994, and twelve of its members adopted a common currency in 2002.

16 What is the term? #6. The scientific theory that life took shape over millions of years and that human life was not the result of divine creation but of a slow and changing biological process. At its core, the theory embraced the concept of “natural selection,” arguing that human life emerged from lower forms through a primal struggle for survival where some species were able to adapt and others died off.

17 evolution #6. The scientific theory that life took shape over millions of years and that human life was not the result of divine creation but of a slow and changing biological process. At its core, the theory embraced the concept of “natural selection,” arguing that human life emerged from lower forms through a primal struggle for survival where some species were able to adapt and others died off.

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