2016/9/10Assessment1/188.8.131.52.5.against one another?6.Atlantic and the New World by the sixteenth century?7.8.How did the Peace of Westphalia influence future European disputes?A) ) It forced European monarchs to appeal to a committee of European leaders for all major financial and politicaldecisions.B) ) It served as a diplomatic model for resolving disputes between warring nations, as it brought all parties togetherto design a settlement.C) ) It laid out the terms for naval warfare, particularly regarding the burgeoning Atlantic trade and the rise inprivateering.D) ) It forced the losing parties to take all blame and punishment for the conflict, creating a model that would last wellinto the twentieth century.
Johannes Gutenberg was the first European to successfully develop which of the following?
In 1517, Martin Luther wrote ninetyfive theses or questions for debate that attacked _____.
Which breakthrough helped make possible the European voyages of discovery in the fifteenth century?
Which French Catholic ruler ushered in the French Wars of Religion after a disastrous attempt to play rival factionsagainst one another?A) ) Henry of Navarre.B) ) Charles IX.C) ) Henri de Guise.D) ) Catherine de Médicis.
Why did the Spanish and Portuguese increasingly rely on darkskinned Africans to serve as slaves in their colonies in theAtlantic and the New World by the sixteenth century?