1. What were the underlying and precipitating causes of the Hundred Years' war?
What advantages did each side have? Why were the French finally able to drive
the English almost entirely out France?
a. The causes of the war where when King Edward III, the
Chapter 13 ID Words
England by 1700: a parliamentary monarchy with a policy of limited religious toleration
France by 1700: an absolutist, centralized form of government dominated by a monarchy that shared
little power with any other national institutions
How Did the Renaissance Change
Mans View of Man?
How did the Renaissance change mans view of man? In this
essay I will explain to you how the Renaissance showed man that
he is important but not always the center of the universe, that he
can have religion
Renaissance Education DBQ
Around the 14th century began the Renaissance and a start to a new
era of education. As a time of rebirth, and individualism it is no surprise that
the values of education between the Renaissance and the Middle Ages are
Leading the way in European industrialization, Britain had
many towns that boomed with manufacturing. One of those towns
called Manchester became the spitting image of a developing
modern industrial city. As Manchester grew from a small town to a
A.P. European History
By: Lauren Hirsch
Henry VIII: (1491-1547)
Split England from the Holy Roman Empire.
Mary I: (1553-1558)
Known as Bloody Mary because
she had hundreds of protestants executed.
Queen Elizabeth I: (1
Goal 7 Vocabulary
1. Charles Grandison Finney: was an American Congregationalist/Presbyterian
minister and leader in the Second Great Awakening in the United States. He has
been called The Father of Modern Revivalism.
Goal 6 Vocabulary
Eli Whitney: American inventor best known for inventing the cotton gin
Interchangeable Parts: standardized parts that can be used in place of one another
Mass Production: the production of goods in large quantities, made po