historyexam day 2
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historyexam day 2
scholars took a new interest in ideas and classical writings from greece and rome
worldy view, down to earth outlook
wealth of Italian City-states
movement which accepted the importance of people
guttenberg imporved literacy
Crisis for the church a split in christianity occurred
monk who started a new religion called Luthernism
Luther's belief in redemption
you need faith to gain salvation
Who supported Martin Luther?
City which supported the Reformation
Results of the Reformation
New protestant religions
He wrote Utopia
Religion that accepts predestination
founded the church of England because the pope would not grant him an annulment
Followers of Ignatius of Loyola
Jesuits (teacher missionaries)
*Reasons for European Exploration
God, Gold, Glory
Set up a school where experts taught portugese sailors
Prince Henry the Navigator
First destination of Portugese explorers
Down the west coast of Africa
First round trip to India
Vasco Da Gama
Where Columbus actually explored?
Cuba, and the Bahamas
Where Cortez conquered?
Mexico, the Aztec Empire
What caused Spain to finally lose it's power?
The defeat of the Armada
Receive power from God
What nation was ruled by a constitutional monarchy
Identify political, economic, and cultural achievements of the Ming Dynasty
maintain contact with the outside world and produce porcelin
Identify political, economic, and cultural achievements of the Qing Dynasty
limited contact with the outside world, but still produced porcelin
List reasons China shut out the West
Identify main social classes in Japan during Tokugawa Period
The shogun, (supreme military leader)
Method Shogun used to control the Daimyo
Challenged power of the church
Polish astronomer, "Earth revolves around the sun"
He invented the telescope
He discovered gravity
Why did the Catholic Church condemn the work of Galileo during the seventeeth century?
his ideas challenged the bible
Age of Reason
"Life , liberty, and protection of property"
Defined 3 branches of government and separation of powers
He supported religious toleration
Lead by Common people who supported a change in the government
The French Revolution
The causes of the French Revolution?
the 3rd estate did not want to pay taxes
What does conservative mean?
what does liberal mean?
in favor of change
Tennis Court Oath
To write a constitution
1st event of the French Revolution
Storming of the Bastille
Results of the French Revolution
dictatorship under Napolean.