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A. Crusades C. Reformation B. spices D. Imperialism Churchs attempt to reclaim the Holy Land
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A. Reformation C. Industrial Revolution B. Pax Romana D. Renaissance Change in the way things were produced
Back to Board C. Industrial Revolution
A. Reformation C. Revolution B. Renaissance D. Imperialism Rebirth of interest in art and education
Back to Board B. Renaissance
A. Labor Force C. Imperialism B. Employer D. Revolution Supply of workers
Back to Board A. Labor Force
A. Revolution C. Reformation B. Circumnavigate D. Imperialism Taking land and making it into colonies
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A. Da Vinci C. Catherine the Great B. Elizabeth I D. Luther Overthrew her own husband
Back to Board C. Catherine the Great
A. Navigation C. Renaissance B. Circumnavigate D. Reformation To sail around the world
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A. Ivan IV C. Alex II C. Alex II B. Peter the Great D. Catherine the Great D. Catherine the Great I freed the serfs
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A. Alex III D. Nicholas II D. Nicholas II Last czar of the Romanov family C. Michael B. Ivan I
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Czar who built St. Petersburg A. Ivan IV C. Catherine D. David B. Peter
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A. Napoleon I took control of France after the revolution C. Ivan II B. William I D. Louis XIV
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B. Shakespeare Famous writer who wrote Romeo and Juliet A. Da Vinci C. Defoe D. Blake
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C. life improved for all C. life improved for all Which is NOT true of the Industrial Revolution? A. cities became dirty B. diseases spread rapidly D. smoke polluted the air
Back to Board C. Life improved for all
D. All of the above Which of the following is true of the French Revolution? A. Removed king from power C. Did not bring peace B. A republic was formed
Back to Board D. All of the above
A. helped spread Luthers ideas Which statement is true of the printing press? B. made printing more expensive D. 1st industry impacted by revolution C. helped spread Greek culture
A. Helped spread Luthers ideas
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