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Recording Arts I, Probability & Stati
FQ: What role did politics, economic and social conditions, and religion play in the
European war of the sixteenth century?
The French Civil wars known as the French Wars of Religion were the most
momentous religious wars of the 16th century
14.5 Toward a World Economy
FQ: What was mercantilism, and what was its relationship to colonial empires?
During High Middle Ages, Europeans engaged in a commercial revolution that
created new opportunities for townspeople
Economic Conditions in the Sixt
14.2 New Horizons: The Portuguese and Spanish Empires
FQ: How did Portugal and Spain acquire their overseas empires, and how did their
Portugal took the lead in the European Age of expansion under Prince Henry
Motives to se
15.1 Social Crises, War, and Rebellions
FQ: What economic, social, and political crises did Europe experience in the first half
of the 17th century?
In the 1630s and 1640s the economic recession intensified, especially in the
16.1 Background to the Scientific Revolution
FQ: What developments during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance contributed to
the Scientific Revolution of the seventeenth century?
Scientific Revolution brought about a dissolution o
14.4 The Impact of European Expansion
FQ: How did European expansion affect both the conquerors and the conquered?
Between 1500 and 1800, the Atlantic nations of Europe moved into all parts
of the world
The native American civilizations we
The West in Southeast Asia
Portugals efforts to dominate the trade of Southeast Asia were never
completely successful because of numbers and wealth
New rivals, including Spain
Spain established themselves in the region were Magellan had landed, t
14.1 On the Brink of a New World
FQ: Why did Europeans begin to embark on voyages of discovery and expansion at
the end of the fifteenth century?
The age of expansion was a crucial factor in the European transition from the
agrarian economy of the Middle
FQ: What measures did the Roman Catholic Church take to reform itself and to combat
Protestantism in the sixteenth century?
By the mid-sixteenth century Lutheranism had been established in parts if
Germany and Scandinavia and Calvinism in parts of Sw
FQ: What impact did the Protestant Reformation have on society in the sixteenth century?
Marriage was a sacrament
Believed in abstinence from sex
Marriage is not an alternative to celibacy
Reformation brought change to ideas of the fam