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What is history?
Events from the past
how many types of history is there?
7
what are the different types of history?
Political
Social
Economic
intellectual
cultural
military
relegious
what is social history?
the study of society
what is an example of social history?
life expectancy of an era
What is economic history?
studying the economy and the way things are organized
What is intellectual history?
the study of intellectuals such as galileo and einstein
what is cultural history
the history of the culture of an era
what is an example of cultural history?
the president the king what clothes were worn
what is military history
the study of previous wars
what is relelgious history?
the study of the types of relegion and how each was begun
what is continuity?
the way things stay the same
what is an example of continuity?
the idea of govt. marrige
what are texts/artifacts?
books
letters
sculptures
music
what was china studied in terms of?
dynasties
What is history?
Events from the past
how many types of history is there?
7
what are the different types of history?
Political
Social
Economic
intellectual
cultural
military
relegious
what is social history?
the study of society
what is an example of social history?
life expectancy of an era
What is economic history?
studying the economy and the way things are organized
What is intellectual history?
the study of intellectuals such as galileo and einstein
what is cultural history
the history of the culture of an era
what is an example of cultural history?
the president the king what clothes were worn
what is military history
the study of previous wars
what is relelgious history?
the study of the types of relegion and how each was begun
what is continuity?
the way things stay the same
what is an example of continuity?
the idea of govt. marrige
what are texts/artifacts?
books
letters
sculptures
music
what was china studied in terms of?
dynasties
when did the ming dynasty exist?
1368-1644
what is a scholar
educated person
what is a beauracrat?
"the red tape person"
overseers
what were the three relegions in china
buddhism
confusionism
daoism
what were the two islamic empires>
ottoman
mughal
when did the ottoman empire collapse?
in WWII
What was the renaissance also called?
the rebirth
what was discussed during the renaissance?
arts
culture
shakespeare
michaelangelo
humanism
What was the reformation about?
relegion...martin luther and the 85 thesis...
What happened during the exploration?
explorers traveled the world seeking food gold spices and silver
when did the age of exploration range from?
1450-1650
Why did the explorers find the need for traveling?
the need for spices
what kind of technology did they have that caused them to travel?
Caravel
cannon
compass
What is a caravel?
3 mast ship
what were the three european motives?
Gold
Glory
God
who was the first country to go to africa?
portugal
what was the name of portugals king?
henry the navigator
what trade item did spain want to get?
spices
What spanish montriarchs funded columbus?
Ferdinand and isabella
What indian tribe did cortez conqure
aztecs
Who is tenochtitlan?
The capital of the aztecs
What is encomienda?
spanish slave system
what was the englishes first colony?
Jamestown
when was the age of imperialism?
1800s-early 1900s
when was the decolonization?
mid 1900s
What was lockes theory?q
Pro- Monarchy
what was roussaws theory?
the general will
What is mercantilism?
The colony produces from the homeland
when was the scientific revolution?
1543-1687
what is paridime?
a shift in the way you look at the world
When was the enlightenment?
1700s
What is the enlightenment also called?
the age of reason
What is "philosophes"
A fancy name for philosophers
What was beccarrias idea?
Against capital punishment...prevent crimes instead of punishing them
who was an enlightened monarch?
joseph the 2nd
What is the blank slate idea? and who's is it?
Knowledge comes from experience

Locke
Whats an example of a natural law?
Gravity
Whats beccarrias ideals on capital punishment?
against it
what do philosophes believe in?
God
What relegion believes that we all worship the same god but in different ways?
Dism
What is enlightenment?
the source all power comes from seeking your own answers
Who came up with the encylopedia?
Deiderot
what can ignorance be solved with?
Learning
What is the public sphere?
The public world the govt. is still in charge
when was jane austins sense and sensibility published?
1811
who wrote sense and sensibility?
jane austin
what people are talked about in things fall apart
the ibo
what part of africa does things fall apart take place in?
present day nigeria
when were the 1st slaves brought to n america?
1619
what year did the trans-atlantic slave trade become larger than the eastern?
1650
what is the famous quote from the american revolution?
"taxation w/o representation"
when was the declaration of independance?
1776
what were the american ideals?
life liberty and the pursuit of happiness
what was lockes idea?
life liberty and property
locke believed in what type of monarchy
limited
what type of monarchy did hobbes believe in?
Absolute
when did columbus sail?
1492
what ocean did most societies meet in when exloration began?
the indian ocean
What were spices used to show?
status
who lived in jamestown?
puritans or pilgrims
when was the age of imperialism?
1800's- early 1900's
what countries had absolute monarchs?
spain
russia
austrian empire (hapsburg)
Austria
italy
newark
louis XVI was known as the what?
sun king
What was vesailles?
Louis' huge palace where he invited all the higher ups to keep an eye on them
what is absolutism
has absolute power has noone to answer to
what was oliver cromwell known as
lord protector
what did oliver not allow
drinking
dancing
what was copernicus' idea?
that the world revolved around the sun
who completes copernicus' idea?
brahe
kepler
galileo
newton
who invented calculus?
pascal
why is things fall apart written?
the author is sick of the way the english view his people
what was the time before the french revolution called?
the old regime'
What is the order in the estates general?
1st-clergy
2nd-nobles
3rd-all others
what percent of the population was in the "other category"?
98%
What were the peasants legally tied to?
the land
what are some examples of the working class?
cobbler
windowmaker
shoemaker
black smith
what happens to louis XVI?
his head is chopped off
what was the time before the french revolution called?
the old regime'
What is the order in the estates general?
1st-clergy
2nd-nobles
3rd-all others
what percent of the population was in the "other category"?
98%
What were the peasants legally tied to?
the land
what are some examples of the working class?
cobbler
windowmaker
shoemaker
black smith
what happens to louis XVI?
his head is chopped off