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Lecture outlines. Lecture 1. Historical Geography of Modern Europe 1. Europe on the world map 2. Present day Europe 3. European powers in the 17 th century (overview): - Spain - England - France - The Holly Roman Empire - Austria - Prussia - Poland - Russia - Sweden - The Ottoman Empire Names to remember and be able to place on a map: Oceans: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Arctic Region: Europe Seas: Mediterranean, Black, Caspian, Baltic, North Rivers: Danube, Rhine, Elbe, Volga, Seine Mountains: Urals (divide Europe from Asia); Caucasian (between the Black and Caspian seas); Alps (borders of Italy, Switzerland and Austria); Pyrenees (border of France and Spain); Carpathians (border of Ukraine, Rumania and Poland), Balkans Know and be able to place the names of major European capitals on the map
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Unformatted text preview: Practice with the maps that are posted onto Blackboard under “Course Documents” Lecture 2. Decline of the Society of Orders: New Identities, New Religions, New Economies, New Science and State Building 1. European economic system 2. Social Hierarchy of Europe in the17-18 th centuries 3. Political systems a. Absolutism b. The non-absolutist states in Europe 4. Religious Divisions 5. Impact of the Scientific Revolution Dynasties: The Tudors The Stuarts The Bourbons The Habsburgs The Romanovs The Hohenzollern family of Brandenburg Definitions to know: Society of orders Absolutism (absolute monarchy) Reformation Scientific Revolution...
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