HIST 1200 Exam I study guide

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HIST 1200—Study Guide Exam I NOTE : I am changing the date of Exam I from Monday (Feb. 25 th ) to Wednesday (Feb. 27 th ). Exam I will cover materials from class lectures, handouts and textbook reading: pp.282- 284; chapter 15 (all); chapter 16 (all); chapter 17 (pp. 340-344; pp.348-350); chapter 19. There will be two parts to Exam I: identification terms and essay section. What to bring to the exam? Pen or pencil. I will provide you with writing papers. Section I—Identification Terms For the exam I will choose 10 terms from the list below and you will be asked to write on 5. Great Chain of Beings English Civil War Glorious Revolution Constitutionalism Absolutism Edict of Nantes Henry IV Petition of Right Stuart kings Intendant system Cardinal Richelieu mercantilism divine right of kings Louis XIV Thomas Hobbes Leviathan Versailles Palace Fronde sovereignty Cardinal Mazarin Jean-Baptiste Colbert Jean Bodin Nobility gentry Parlement Oliver Cromwell Parliament Royalists v. Parliamentarians
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course HIST 1200 taught by Professor Seibert during the Spring '08 term at Lakeland Community College.

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