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This united Scotland & the UK into Great Britain.
Act of Union
The Man who carried out many duties of future Prime Ministers.
Robert Walpole
He painted the infant Jesus with Madonna
Raphael
The British quees who wanted to restore Britain to Catholosism.
Mary Tudor
The man who determined that the donations of Constantine were a fake because of the work "fief".
Valla
The incident in which colonists threw 300 chests of tea into the Boston Harbor.
Boston Tea Party
The father of Alexander
Phillip II
The man who conquesred more land than anyone else up to that time in history.
Alexander
British (UK) king and queen who were the former rulers of the Netherlands.
William & Mary
Triangular sail
Lateen
The route from New England to Africa, Africa to the west Indies,
then, the West Indies to New England.
Triangular Trade
Parliment's law which excluded any Catholic from inheriting the British (UK) throne.
Act of Settlement
This was a major part of the food supply for early man.
Wooly Mannoth
When a government is controlled by the military.
Martial Law
Britian's government.
(The same type as a republic.)
Common Wealth
A German royal family.
Hanover
The incident in Boston in which five colonists were killed.
Boston Massacre
People who studied ancient Greek and Roman subjects.
Humanists
Colonists who took physical action.
Sons of Liberty
The city which was the center of the Helenistic Culture.
Alexandria
The advanced civilationlocated on the island of Crete.
Minoans
The first permanent French city in North America.
Quebec
The French city built at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
New Orleans
The man who made England's claim in America.
Cabot
The man who was appointed commanding general of the continental army.
George Washington
The church of Great Britain (UK).
Anglican
The committee made up of wealthy merchants of Venice.
Council of Ten
The man who drank hemlock & died.
Socrates
The man appointed Arch Bishop of Canterbury by Charles-the-First.
William Laud
The followers of Charles-the-First
Cavaliers
The man who built the Academy.
Plato
The man who built the Lyceum, the first scientific institute.
Aristotle
The U.S. president who purchased the Louisianna Territory,
aka The Louisianna Purchase.
Jefferson
The turning point of the Revolutionary War
Saratoga, The Battle of ...
The first Roman emperor.
Augustus
This was Julius Caesar's greatest contribution.
The Julian calendar
Literally, "Roman Peace."
Pax Romano
These were the followers of Parliment and Puritans.
Round Heads
He was the leader of the Roundheads
Cromwell
This was the largest Dutch city in North America.
New Amsterdam
This man claimed the land along
the Hudson River for the Dutch.
H. Hudson
* Athens
* Amsterdam
Golden Age
This man lead the second Punic War against Rome.
Hannibal
These were three wars fought between Rome and Carthage.
Punic wars
This North African city was destroyed
by Rome during the third Punic War.
Carthage
An olympic event held every four years
in Greece.
The Olympics
Another name for Lorenzo-the-Magnificent.
Loren 30
-The emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.

-The man who asked the pope not to grant Henry an annulment.
Charles V
He was the founder of the Jesuit order.
Loyola
This man seached in Florida for the Fountain-of-Youth.
Ponce de Leon
The man who discovered
the Grand Canyon.
Coronado
The time before writing.
Prehistory
The first human like me.
Australopithecus
The first man to circumnavigate the earth...or at least men in his party made it around.
Magellan
He was the British (UK) king during the American Revolution.
George III
He was the man who wrote "Common Sense."
T. Paine
He was the first Hanover king of Great Britain (UK).
George I
This document was written by Thomas Jefferson.
The Declaration of Independence
This temple was built to honor Athena.
The Parthenon
The Greek god of wine and fertility.
Dionysus
This was the capital city of Alexander's empire.
Babylon
He was the father of the Greek trajedy.
Aeschylus
The colonists who were to arm their ships and sink British merchant ships.
Privateers
The family who ruled Florence.
Medici
The man who wrote "The Courtier" advising men and women on how to behave.
Castiglione
The man who sculptured the first free-standing statue since ancient Roman times.
Donatello
This was where the first shots were fired that started the American Revolution.
Lexington Bridge
The man who led the defeat of the Aztecs.
Cortez
The man for whom America was named.
Vespucci
The man who led the defeat of the Incas.
Pizarro
The advanced civilization located where Mexico City is today.
Aztecs
Where laws were written out for all to see.
Tables
The pope who authorized the selling of indulgences to raise money to rebuild Saint Peter's cathedral.
Julius II
This law stated that a person couldn't be held in prison by a king or anyone else without just cause or without a trial.
Habeas Corpus
This man sclpted "David."
Michelangelo
The people who wandered in search of food.
Nomads
The term for a person of ability.
Homo hablis
The term for a person who walks upright.
Homo erectus
He established a church-run state/theocracy in Zurich.
Zwingli
The only British (UK) king to be executed.
Charles I
A list of forbidden books.
Index
The man who wrote "The Prince", _____ rulers how to rule.
Machiavelli
This man was hired to put down a rebellion.
Signori
A type of government made up of a few wealthy people who have control over a larger majority of people.
Oligarchy
This is the homeland of the Jews.
Palestine
He was the founder of Christianity.
Jesus
This type of human thinks.
Homo sapien
A thick sheet of ice.
Glacier
Old Stone Age
Paleolithic
A savior chosen by God.
Messiah
The Spanish king's representative
in the Americas.
Viceroy
The man who discovered America.
Columbus
She financed the voyages of Columbus.
Isabella
The date of the fall of the Roman Empire.
476
The Roman Emperor who allowed Christianity to be tolerated.
Constantine
The city-state including villages
and surrounding fields.
Polis
The meaning of "renaissance."
Rebirth
The man known for his sonnets
and short poems.
Petrarcha
The pope who excommunicated
Martin Luther.
Leo X
The man who invented moveable type.
Gutenberg
The Spanish king's representative
in the Americas.
Viceroy
The man who discovered America.
Columbus
She financed the voyages of Columbus.
Isabella
The date of the fall of the Roman Empire.
476
The Roman Emperor who allowed Christianity to be tolerated.
Constantine
The city-state including villages
and surrounding fields.
Polis
The meaning of "renaissance."
Rebirth
The man known for his sonnets
and short poems.
Petrarcha
The pope who excommunicated
Martin Luther.
Leo X
The man who invented moveable type.
Gutenberg
The British queen who kept Great Britain a Protestant nation.
Elizabeth I
The woman who Elizabeth I
had put to death.
Mary Queen of Scotts
The European country which was the center of the Protestant movement.
Switzerland
She was Henry-the-First's wife.
Chatherine of Aragon
The pope who called for the Council of Trent / The Catholic Reformation.
Paul III
The man who wrote the Iliad
and the Odessey.
Homer
A government made up
of elected representatives.
Republic
Two epic poems written by Homer.
Iliad and the Odyssey
The term for the Middle Stone Age.
Mesolithic
The term for the New Stone Age.
Neolithic
The first homo sapian
Neanderthal
The Roman upper class.
Patricians
The man who helped develop the caravel.
Prince Henry
The first man to sail around the tip of Africa.
Dias
The first man to sail around the tip of Africa all the way to India.
Da Gamma
Portugal was the first country
to involve itself in the slave trade.
1st Slave trade
Chinese compass, geographical reference.
Lode Stone
This was a three-masted ship
Caravel
This instrument determined a ship's position according to the stars.
Astrolabe
This is the amount of fertile land in Greece.
1/4
He painted the Mona Lisa.
Leonardo de Vinci
This man was put to death for heresy.
Savonarola
The mayor of Venice.
Doge
These people wished to Purify the Church of Great Britain and rid it of its rituals
and symbols.
Puritans
This man was known for the
King James Bible.
King James
He was the first dictator of
the Roman Empire.
Julius Caesar
This was the conservative party
in Great Britain.
Tories
This was the liberal party in Great Britain.
Whigs
This man bought Calvin's religion
to Scotland.
H. Knox
He was Henry's only son.
Edward VI
On this island Prince Henry held
an informal school on sailing.
Sagres
The three-story structure build
by
the Romans.
The Coliseum
The building material developed
by the Romans.
Concrete
The structure which carried water.
Aqueduct
The Persian king who invaded Rome
at Marathon was defeated.
Darius
The first homo sapien-sapien
Cro Magnon
The pass in which 300 Spartain soldiers were killed.
Thermopylae
The birthplace of the Renaissance.
Florence
The style of art which came out of
the Catholic Reformation.
Baroque
This advanced civilization was located in present-day Peru.
Incas
He was the leader of the Aztecs.
Montezuma
The man who discovered
the Pacific Ocean.
Balboa
This was one of three Renaissance cities.
Rome
This was one of three Renaissance cities.
Venice
The Persian king who sacked Athens.
Xerxes
The man who led Athens during its Golden Age.
This man built the Parthenon.
Pericles
She was Henry's second wife.
Anne Boleyn
This act placed the king of Britain
at the head of the Church of England.
Act of Supremacy
This states that monarchs derive
their power and directly from God.
Divine Right
The Roman Middle Class
Plebians
This was the capital city of the Incas.
Cuzco
This was the leading commercial city in Europe.
Amsterdam
This was the final battle of
the Revolutionary War.
Yorktown
This certificate was issued by the church canceling or reducing punishment.
Indulgences
This is the place in the afterlife
where people are made fit for heaven.
Purgatory
The members of the Society of Jesus.
Jesuits
To be nailed to a cross
and die from exposure.
Crucifixion
These are the first four books of the New Testament.
Gospels
A region controlled by a bishop.
See
The man for whom Louisiana was named.
Louis XIV
The man who discovered
the St. Lawrence River.
Cartier
The man know as the father
of New France.
Champlain
The first scientific historian.
Thucydides
An agent of the church who got carried away selling indulgences/slogan.
Tetzel
He developed relationship of
the right-sided triangle.
Pythagoras
He was the father of Medicine.
Hippocrates
The man who broke away from
the church.
Luther
The first permanent British colony in America/the New World.
Jamestown
From Africa to the West Indies / Caribbean.
Middle Passage
Where British laws are made.
Parliment