The industrial revolution began in
A. the United States.
B. Great Britain.
Crucial to industrialization was
A. the leadership role taken by the Luddites.
B. the willing support of the major industrial
Doa Marina was
A. the first viceroy of the Spanish colonies in the Americas.
B. the leading Spanish banker who funded exploration.
C. the Portuguese explorer who first sighted Australia.
D. a Mexican woman who aided Corts in his conques
The great epic story of Mali is known as
A. the story of Sundiata.
B. the Mansa Musa.
C. the Adventures of the Lion.
D. the King's Journey.
E. the legend of the Lion of Mali.
A. the legendary kings of Mali.
B. aqueducts t
Matteo Ricci was
A. the Italian merchant who spent twenty years with Khubilai Khan and wrote of his adventures.
B. a Roman Catholic missionary in China.
C. the chief Italian who negotiated trade issues with the Qing emperor Qianlong.
Thomas Peters was
A. a wealthy plantation owner who became the largest slave owner in the Carolinas.
B. the captain of the first ship to bring slaves to North America.
C. an American congressman who played a key role in drafting legisla
Luther's initial stimulus for formulating the Ninety-Five Theses was
A. his excommunication from the Roman Catholic church.
B. the sale of indulgences.
C. his time spent in England during the English Reformation.
D. the turmoil caused b
Cecil Rhodes was
A. the British military leader who was responsible for a boom in naval expansion.
B. the American politician who articulated the belief in manifest destiny.
C. responsible for the philosophy that we know as social Darwi
Ibn Battuta was
A. a Moroccan legal scholar who traveled extensively and recorded his observations.
B. the sultan of Delhi.
C. the leader of the central Asian kingdom that dominated all trade along the silk roads.
D. Marco Polo's travel
The leader of the Taiping rebellion was
B. Hong Xiuquan.
C. Kang Youwei.
D. Lin Zexu.
E. Ito Hirobumi.
In 1851, Hong Xiuquan proclaimed his own dynasty, the Taiping tianguo, which meant
A. "Expel the Barbarians."
The Mughal ruler who constructed the Taj Mahal was
A. Shah Jahan.
C. Zahir al-Din Muhammad.
D. Osman Bey.
The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires were all
Fatt Hing Chin was
A. the founder of the Qing dynasty.
B. the leader of the White Lotus peasant movement.
C. the author of The Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
D. the leader of the Taiping rebellion.
E. a Chinese immigrant to the United S
The author of the Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen was
A. Marie Antoinette.
B. Olympe de Gouges.
C. Maximilien Robespierre.
D. Simone de Beauvoir.
E. Mary Wollstonecraft.
In response to the Declaration of the
The spark for World War I was provided when Gavrilo Princip assassinated
A. Francis Joseph.
B. Nicholas II.
C. Alexander Kerensky.
D. Francis Ferdinand.
E. Otto von Bismarck.
The first total war in world history was
A. the Crimean Wa
The Portuguese mariner who sailed to Calicut in 1498 was
E. Vasco da Gama.
Which of the following was NOT one of the main inspirations for European exploration?
A. the desire to conquer Chi
A. the greatest Toltec king.
B. the largest early Mesoamerican city.
C. the Aztec god of the dead.
D. the Inca goddess of fertility.
E. a Central American bird whose brightly-colored plumage was traded by the Aztecs.
In 802, what gift did Charlemagne receive from the Abbasid caliph, Harun al-Rashid?
A. a thousand pounds of gold
B. a golden chandelier
C. a terra-cotta army
D. an elephant named Abu al-Abbas
E. a chess set displaying the two leaders as
professor, created a religious order, Come back , youre so holy,
runs back into the mountains
St. Bernard of Clairvaux
rich library, there are still laymen
Women female piety
dont like them
The poor as vulgar, were wealthy and were better
The emergence of capitalism
Money is corrupting and polluting says Christianity
Life or money
Profit off of money w/o transaction of goods
Economy is different fo
reliant on copper
Hamburg, Magdeburg, Lbeck founded in 1143
New, jobs/population, money
is Europes industry
Flemish men did, most important thing, English
Production, marketing, letting the Italians traded
Credit, pay after we sell it
-lives in Regia "house in forum"-overtime becomes the "chief priest"
-king of rites-forbidden to hold office/ Senate-maintains calendar- sacrifice at beginning of
-queen of ritesmakes sacrifice to Juno
Conservatism and the Challenge of Nationalism 1815-1848
Napoleon forced people to participate in the Continental System in
response to British dominance of global trading. He overreached in 1812 and
invaded Russia and his plan collapsed. He was
In 1000 lots of piracy and assaults
o Wends, Magyars, Otto the Great 912 973, Battle of Kechfeld 955, Constantinople
(worlds largest Christian city), Rus (russia), Islamic Caliphate, Liudprand of Cremona c.
o Eastern V Western Christianity
The productive and reproductive society
Vita active/ vita contemplative
Petrarch vs. Salutati
usury and sodomy
usury lending money at interest $
Dante comedia sins against nature
Ritual and Oath - not all of these things happen
but it can mean any number of thing
Social and economic systems: how aristocrats dealt with each other
An asymmetrical and reciprocal relationship
Property and return for service
shield fell from skywalk sacred shields through city
strip naked, run in Goats bloodpregnant women try to get hit by wood thong for good luck`
make banquets and offerings
special shoes and togacontrols moneysends emba
The term "lost generation" was coined by
A. Erich Maria Remarque.
B. John Steinbeck.
C. Karl Barth.
D. Sun Yatsen.
E. Gertrude Stein.
The writer whose Decline of the West proposed that European society had entered the final stage of
A. the central Asian capital of the Mongols.
B. the founder of the Mongol empire.
C. the term applied to the Mongol policy of religious toleration.
D. the last powerful Mongol ruler.
E. the leading god in the Mongol divine
In the late 1200s, Marco Polo visited the court of
A. Khubilai Khan.
B. Chaghatai Khan.
C. Chinggis Khan.
D. Hung Wu.
E. Mansa Musa.
Which of the following was NOT a problem faced by the late Byzantine empire?
A. accumulation of land
This tale told by Boccaccio was rendered in paint by
Botticelli in about 1483, a commission to honor a wedding of prominent members of the
It is divided into 4 panals which would have been
intended to furnish the cha