prince of Moscow
|Pagen Religion- Ancestor Worship||
fascist leader of Italy
Italian sculptor; decorated the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel
The most outstanding architecture found in Sumerian cities were the ____________.
2. Roman goddess associate with love, beauty, and fertility
3. played key role in many roman religious festivals and myths
4. Julius Caesar claims as an ancestor
near Moscow, Napoleon defeated the Russians in a battle at Borodino in 1812, but weakened his army
least leader of Soviet Union
rebirth of learning/culture; began in Italy due to its wealth from trade
The Hittites excelled in the production of ___________.
2. Greek king of Ithaca
3. hero in Homers Odyssey
4. famous for trojan horse trick
1. sexual relations with both brothers
2. bore twins with Mark Antony
3. committed suicide
where Napoleon was forced to live after being defeated by the 6th Coalition. Was not by any means a bad place, he lived in a nice house with a nice climate and was able to keep the title "emperor"
|Leonardo Da Vinci||
Italian artist - Mona Lisa
English scientist and mathmatician - all physical objects are affected equally by the same forces - law of universal gravitation
restoring of the English monarch; after the death of Oliver Cromwell
FDR, Churchill, and Stalin promised to permit free elections in Eastern Europe following WWII
polish mathematician and astronomer - discovered that Earth and the other planets revolve around the sun
Meant that the sovereign power or ultimate authority in the state rested in the hands of a king who claimed to rule by divine right.
At the Battle of Manzikert, which group annihilated the Byzantine forces and took control of Asian Minor?
Who was the Jewish historian who recorded the growing conflict between the Jews and Romans due to the Roman's oppression of Judea?
Which of the Catholic clergymen was responsible for taking the Gospel to Ireland?
According to the Petrine Theory, who became the substitute of Christ on earth?
Louis the Pious
The religion of the ancient Egyptians can best be described as ____________.
Muslims believe that this angel was the one who visited Muhammad and gave him the information to write down in the Islamic holy book.
1. adopted by his great-uncle Gaius Julius Caesar in 44 BC264-146 BC
2. Augustus was a title given to him after his return from Egypt
3. joined forces with Mark Antony in military dictatorship
4. upon his death, he was declared a god by the Senate—to be worshipped by the Romans
1. Trojan prince of royal house
3. son of Priam
2. leader & greatest fighter in the Trojan War
3. killed by Achilles and body is disrespected
forbids Napoleon's powers (most on the continent) from trading with UK
leader of the French; expanded the French empire; believes all men are equal and women are inferior; exiled to Elba but escaped; defeated for the final time in Waterloo and exiled to Helena
wages would be forced down as population increased
king of Scotland; became king of England when Queen Elizabeth I died without an heir
issued by Britain; promised to help Jews form homeland in Palestine after WWI
British admiral - defeats Napoleon at the Battle of Trafalgar
openness - end to secrecy - introduced a market economy
|William and Mary||
became English monarchs following the abdication of James II - agreed to rule according to the laws of Parliament
He wat the "Father of Humanism" and led the way in reviving interest and study in classical literature.
His improvements of the printing press led to increased printing of the Bible, literature, and books on church reform. Who was the man responsible for this innovation?
Henry the Navigator
Bartolome De Las Casa
Who would lead the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt?
1. adversary to Marius, whom he took leadership away from
2. leaves to solve problem in eastern portion of rome
3. put senated in charge of judical system
4. killed and Marius resumes power.
|Sparta & Athens||
1. pricipal enemies/ bitter rivals
2. different in values, life styles, & culture
3. Athens wanted control of more land in Greece
4. both worshipped Gods & respected people.
5. Peloponnesian War (431 & 404 BC)
|Alexander the Great||
1. undefeated in battle
2. most succesful commander
3. tutored by Aristotle
4. King of Macedon
5. conquests sparked Hellenistic World
leader of Nazis - starts Holocaust - wants master race (Aryan) - creates 3rd Reich
first female to be prime minister of UK
|Paul Von Hindenberg||
president of the Weimar Republic - appoints Hitler chancellor
|Peter the Great||
Peter the Great wished to westernize Russia, especially in the realm of technical skills, His foremost Goal was the creation of a strong army and navy in order to make Russia a great power.
What was the name of the venue where people would flock to see the bloody contests between the gladiators and the slaughter of Christians?
Who is the founder of the religion of Islam?
What was the basis of wealth in the Feudal Age?
|Tiberius & Gaius Gracchus||
2. deaths triggered a civil war in Rome (120 BC)
3. Tiberius was a great general but was dark and somber ruler & was beaten to death by senators
4. Gaius was influenced by reformative policy & committed suicide
1. series of 3-wars between Rome and Carthage
2. 264-146 BC
3. largest wars taken place for the time
4. cause; conflict of interest between Roman Republic and Carthaginian Empires
|Petition of Rights||
signed by Charles I - limited the power of the English monarch
|every 14 years||
How often was the census ordered by Caesar Augustus to be taken?
every 4 years
every 10 years
every 14 years
every 20 years
1. 431 to 404 BC, war between Sparta and Athens
2. won by Sparta
3. shattered religious taboos & destroyed whole cities
4. Thucydides served & wrote about this war
|The peace of Augsburg (1555)||
Brought an end to religious warfare between German Catholics and Lutherans.
|Ivan IV the Terrible||
The first ruler to take the title of tsar ("Caesar"), expanded the territories of Russia eastward after finding westward expansion blocked by the powerful Swedish and Polish states. Known as terrible for crushing the power of the Russian nobility.
|emphasis on formality rather than conversion||
Which one of the following was the main reason for the failure of the spread of Christianity in East Asia?
-too many Westerners flooding the region
-emphasis on formality rather than conversion
-the resulting riots which accompanied the Westerners
-the extreme cost of the government for funding the missionaries