10B Midterm 1 study guide

10B Midterm 1 study guide - History 10B-Spring 2010 Midterm...

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History 10B—Spring 2010 Midterm 1 Study Guide Part I – Identification Terms Be prepared to fully define or describe the following concepts, persons or events and supply examples or key aspects where appropriate. Details are helpful but try to focus on WHY these are important—what caused them or their impact. Martin Luther The Scientific Method The Peace of Augsburg The Enlightenment The English Reformation Adam Smith Council of Trent Enlightened Absolutism French Hugenots European “Balance of Power” The Glorious Revolution Mary Wollstonecraft Divine Right of Kings The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen The Thirty Years War The Storming of the Bastille Versailles The Terror Isaac Newton The Thermidorean Reaction Your identification must consist of complete sentences, and be as detailed and comprehensive as possible. e.g. Prince Henry the Navigator Prince Henry the Navigator was a Portuguese prince who founded a school for navigation and began the program of Portuguese exploration. He sponsored voyages down the west coast of Africa in
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