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MIDTERM REVIEW. Scottish philosopher who is known for the doctrine called laissez-faire. Adam Smith. Under this monarch there was a compromise between Protestant and Roman Catholic practices. Queen Elizabeth I. According to Martin Luther, how did people reach salvation.

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MIDTERM REVIEW


  • Scottish philosopher who is known for the doctrine called laissez-faire.


  • Adam Smith


Under this monarch there was a compromise between Protestant and Roman Catholic practices


Queen Elizabeth I


  • According to Martin Luther, how did people reach salvation


Through the grace of God.


The African slave trade took place in this part of Africa


Africa’s Gold Coast


Believed people were, by nature evil, and needed a strong government.


Thomas Hobbes


The settlement of Normandy was established by


The Vikings


Known for founding the Methodist church


John Wesley


This explorer is known for exploring the St. Lawrence River


Jacques Cartier


The eastern half of the Roman Empire was the


Byzantine Empire


This group was expelled from Spain in 1492


Jews


English Parliament and the Estates General were early forms of


Representative government


Prussian ruler in power during the Seven Years’ War


Frederick the Great


This allowed religious toleration


Edict of Nantes


This asserted that the monarch must obey the law


Magna Carta


Who was responsible for the Saint Bartholomew’s Day Massacre?


Charles IX


The major conflict between the Holy Roman emperors and the popes concerned


Who would appoint bishops


Wrote The Prince


Niccolò Machiavelli


The explorer who conquered the Incas making Spain the wealthiest country in Europe.


Francisco Pizarro


Wrote Gargantua

and Pantagruel to tell others his opinions on religion, education, and greed


Francois Rabelais


The Act of Supremacy declared Henry VIII as head of which Church?


The Church of England


Meeting so that Roman Catholic Church

leaders could address many of the major issues that the Protestants had challenged


The Council of Trent


Renaissance architecture was influenced by


The Greeks and Romans


Devastating journey for enslaved Africans


Middle Passage


The interchange of plants, animals, foods, cultures, and disease during the 1500’s


Columbian Exchange


This explorer sailed from Portugal to India giving Portugal control of the sea route to Asia


Vasco de Gama


Location of William of Normandy’s defeat of the English army


Hastings


This document guaranteed basic civil rights and religious freedoms for Huguenots


Edict of Nantes


This urged monks to lead simple, orderly lives of prayer, study, and work


Benedictine Rule


This explorer’s voyage was the first to circumnavigate the world


Ferdinand Magellan


Wrote The Devine Comedy


Donte


The age of reason is known as the


Enlightenment


Thomas Moore’s perfect society was called


Utopia


Everyday language of ordinary people


vernacular


Middle Ages philosophy


scholasticism


Who said:

“I hereby excommunicate Henry IV.”


Pope Gregory VII


Who said

“Seize that land from the Turks!”


Pope Urban II


Who said

“If daughters were sent to schools like sons, they would learn as well.”


Christine de Pizan


Who said

“My tales give a colorful picture of medieval life.”


Geoffrey Chaucer


Who said

“All heretics must be expelled from Spain”


Philip II


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