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WHAP 16-25 Review - WHAP 16-25 Review Dante Alighieri wrote...

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WHAP 16-25 Review Dante Alighieri wrote the Divine Comedy, in Italy Portugal – Vasco de Gama > cape of good hope > India 1488; Brazil claimed by tordesillas; Henry the navigator- afircan coast + azores; forts at Goa Ormuz and Malacca enlightnenment- apply scientific laws to human behavior, adam smith > market economy e/o gov. ; national reason challenges religion 18 th c. West- enlightenment, marry at 27, children source of satisfaction Poland – 1572, last Jigiellonian dies. nobles of parliament gained power. Foreign war and rebellion resulted in the loss of territory euro admin- monarchy, parliament, control colonies, abolish slavery Portuguese began trading contacts with African coast, forts VIP El Mina (gold)w/ African approval Portuguese bullion- mostly silver, but some gold Triple Entente- Britain, Russia, France Latin America- agriculture, significant mining; Brazil- plantation economy; no N.A. trade; slave trade w/ Africa; textiles spices & porcelain w/ Asia Simon Bolivar- Creole revolutionary officer in N S.A., began in Caracas 1810 Enlightenment- France, scientific explanation, Adam Smith, Dennis Diderot wrote the Encyclopedie Peter the great- westernization in Russia, created St. Petersburg (cap), & navy. removed noble council, built autocracy. Systematized law codes, and reformed tax to burden peasantry.
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