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HUMANS &

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STATE &

CONFLICT

ECONOMIC

SYSTEMS

CULTURAL

INTERACTION

SOCIAL

STRUCTURES


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Humans & Environment

Largest export from New World to Old World in colonial era


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Humans & Environment

The most important crops in Pre-Columbian MesoAmerica was corn, beans, and __________


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The Grand Canal connected this river with Beijing


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Humans & Environment

The most populous country in the world in the 16th century


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Humans & Environment

The language of the Inca


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Humans & Environment

Renaissance reaction to medieval scholasticism


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Cultural Integration

Early Portuguese aristocrat who encouraged maritime exploration


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Cultural Integration

Besides Mecca and Medina, the holiest city fro Muslims


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Cultural Integration

Group of post-Reformation Catholic missionaries


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Cultural Integration

A new faith that attempted to bring Hindus and Muslims together


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Cultural Integration

Known as the “3rd Rome”


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Cultural Integration

Russian leader who shifted Russia’s focus from Asia to Europe


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States & Conflict

Called Sun-King and held as mantra “one King, one Law, one Faith”


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States & Conflict

Protected English citizens against arbitrary arrest and seizure of property


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States & Conflict

Divided unexplored territory in late-15th century between Spain and Portugal


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States & Conflict

Often thought of as the first world war because it was fought on three continents


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States & Conflict

Felt the Holy Roman Empire was neither “holy,” nor “Roman,” nor “Empire”


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States & Conflict

Also called the “Magnificent” and the “Lawgiver”


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Economic Systems

Latin American plantations


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Economic Systems

Silver mine in Bolivia


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Economic Systems

Designed to finance expensive global trade ventures, this program sold shares to multiple owners


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Economic Systems

Incan recordkeeping system


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Economic Systems

The richest country in the world at the beginning of the 15th century


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Economic Systems

The most successful joint-stock company and largest commercial enterprise in the 17th century


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Social Structures

Title of most powerful person in 15th-century Japan


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Social Structures

Described the working relationship between Spanish and indigenous people in colonial Latin America


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Social Structures

A new class of people based on ownership of property rather than inherited titles


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Social Structures

The highest colonial official in Latin America


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Social Structures

American-born Spaniards


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Social Structures

A mixture of Spanish and native-American descent


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Humans & Environment

What is sugar?


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Humans & Environment

What are peppers?


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Humans & Environment

What is the Yangtze River?


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Humans & Environment

What is China?


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Humans & Environment

What is Quechua?


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Humans & Environment

What is humanism?


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Cultural Integration

Who was Prince Henry?


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Cultural Integration

What is Jerusalem?


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Cultural Integration

Who are Jesuits?


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Cultural Integration

What is Sikhism?


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Cultural Integration

What is Moscow?


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Cultural Integration

Who was Peter the Great?


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States & Conflict

Who was Louis XIV?


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States & Conflict

What is Bill of Rights?


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States & Conflict

What is Treaty of Tordesillas?


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States & Conflict

What was the Seven Years War?


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States & Conflict

Who was Voltaire?


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States & Conflict

Who was Suleyman?


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Economic Systems

What are haciendas?


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What was Potosi?


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Economic Systems

What is a joint-stock company?


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Economic Systems

What is quipu?


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Economic Systems

What is China?


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Economic Systems

What is the Dutch East India Company?


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Social Structure

What was shogun?


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Social Structure

What was encomienda?


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Social Structure

What is the bourgeoisie?


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Social Structure

Who was the viceroy?


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Social Structure

What are criollos?


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Social Structure

Who are mestizos?


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