1st half of history terms, exam 1

1st half of history terms, exam 1 - Three main ideas that...

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Three main ideas that led to discovering and founding the new world. 1) Nationalism 2) Capitalism 3) Protestantism 1) Black Death i) Lasted between 1347-1353 ii) People who died were believed to be sinners iii) Wiped out one-third of Europe’s population iv) People started moving around and going to different town’s spreading the disease but also making a way for merchants to come along 2) City-States i) Emerged From people moving around 3) Johann Gutenberg i) Invented the Moveable type printing press 4) Renaissance i) 1300’s- 1600’s ii) Started with the black death which made people to start moving around iii) Merchants began selling to movers and local city states (1) Provided goods and services (2) Brought Gunpowder, Compass’s and printing type’s to towns (a) Probably the three most useful inventions 5) Humanism i) The study of the body in the human form ii) The scientist who believed and researched this were in opposition to the church 6) Good, Gold, Gory i) Religious Beliefs, the want to make a buck, …
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