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Exam II Study Guide

Exam II Study Guide - 1 HIS 1307-Hankins Exam II Study...

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1 HIS 1307—Hankins Exam II Study Guide Fall 2008 For the objective portion of Exam II students should know the terms, events, and people below. Most students who learn all of these items do well on the exam (C+ or better). Knowing these does not ensure that one will make an A or B+ because some of the exam questions will require students to know a good bit about some of these items and other questions, particular True/False, will require students to employ their reasoning skills with regard to historical data. There is also information on the powerpoints that you are responsible for but which has no corresponding term that can put on this study guide. Study Tip from Confucius: “Shall I tell you what true knowledge is? When you know, to know that you know, and when you do not know, to know that you do not know. That is true knowledge.” Study Tip from Hankins Don’t stop studying until you know that you know. Louis XIV (1643-1715) and France’s Splendid Century Bourbon Dynasty Henry IV d. 1610 Louis XIII (1610-1643) Cardinal Richelieu d. 1642 Cardinal Mazarin d. 1661 The Fronde Louis’ Lecture Jean Baptiste Colbert d. 1683 mercantilism Marquis de Louvois d. 1691 Versailles Corneille d. 1684 Jean Racine d. 1699 Moliere d. 1673 First Estate Second Estate Third Estate bourgeoise “I am the state.” Peter the Great (1689-1725) Times of Troubles (1598-1613) Dmitrii d. 1591 (Theodore’s brother) Boris Godunov (1598-1605) Theodore I d. 1598 False Dmitrii Gregory Otrepiev Basil Shuisky (1606-1610) Michael Romanov (1613-1645) War with Turkey 1695-1696 Azov Great Northern War (1700-1721) Augustus II (Saxony/Poland) Charles XII (Sweden) Battle of Narva 1700 Battle of Poltava (1709) Treaty of Nystadt 1721 Peter’s westernization (see powerpoint) China Confucianism Confucius d. 479 BCE Taoism Lao-Tzu (6 th cent BCE) Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) Hong Wu (1368-1398) Maritime Expansion 1405-1433 Mandate of Heaven Manchu (Qing) (1681-1912) Kang-xi (1662-1722) Qiang-long (1736-1795) The Great Period Note: You will not be held responsible for the Japan material on the China Powerpoint because we did not get to it in class.
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2 Africa and African Slavery Senegambia Wolof Kingdom Age-grades Benin Sudan Songhay Leo Africanus d. 1550 Mohammad Toure d. 1528 Timbuktu Kanem-Bornu Idris Alooma d. 1603 Ethiopia Frumentius and Aedesius Ezana (330) Adal Galla Ottomans Jesuits Swahili City States
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