HISTORYVOCAB-NOTECARDS-Definitions

HISTORYVOCAB-NOTECARDS-Definitions - The Socratic Method of...

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The Socratic Method of Learning (Questioning Technique)
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Ideas on Politics
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Geocentric Theory of the Universe
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Confucious
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Anyone who has discovered enlightenment (In relation to Budhism)
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Was an Arab religious and political leader and the final prophet of Islam .
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Christianity’s central figure, both as Messiah and as God incarnate
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The Apostle Paul – early leader of Christian Church
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Emperor of Rome converted to Christianity – announced it would be the religion of the land
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St. Augustine
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Famous for his writings on the conflict between Greece and Persia
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Best known as being a mathematician and for the Pythagorean Theorm
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One of the most successful military commanders of the ancient world
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The last and most powerful king of the European Huns
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Title for Islamic leader
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Founder of Western Monasticism
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One of the 12 original disciples or apostles of Jesus
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Emperor of the West – Alliance with Pope – was enlightened
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First Martyr of Christianity and venerated as a saint
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Conquered England & was Duke of Normandy
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They recognized Rome and the Pope as the only real leaders
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Future popes should be elected by the cardinals
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Italian Catholic philosopher and theologian in the scholastic tradition
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Crusades – “Fight the Infidels!” – Reclaim the Holy Land
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Used Lay-Investiture – Practice of a secular ruler nominating bishops – was excommunicated by Pope Gregory
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Was extremely wealthy and tried to suppress heresy towards church and heretics – Called 4 th Lateran Council
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Early scholars and philosophers; Anselm – founder of scholasticism
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Years War – Is betrayed by France and burned at stake
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HIST-MASH AP Europea taught by Professor Achenbach during the Fall '06 term at Allegheny.

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