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  1. Mid Term Review Study all your old tests Know the Maps (old and the new ones we just drew) Know the art Study the new vocab and material on the Commercial Revolution (chpt 3-5)

  2. Cuneiform (Sumerians)

  3. Pictograph (Maya/Aztec)

  4. Hieroglyphics (Egypt)

  5. Mona Lisa—Leonardo di Caprio da Vinci!!!!!

  6. The Rhinoceros—Albrecht Durer

  7. The Arnolfini Wedding—Jan Van Eyck

  8. Detail from the Sistine Chapel--Michelangelo

  9. School of AthensMr. Phelps Art Class… Raphael

  10. The Pieta--Michelangelo

  11. The Last Supper—da Vinci

  12. Europe in 1500s

  13. The World Started Shaping UpNeed a better reference? See pg 772 in your book. I thought ours looked pretty good!!! 

  14. North America was divided between the “big 3” countries…(see pg 123)

  15. Flash Notes—Chapter 3 Sections 1-4 • Spain controls “Mexico” / Central and South America • Mistreated Natives • Church (Catholic)was important • Towns grew around Church • When gold disappeared, Spanish interest disappeared • The Spanish were the upper class. They eventually married the natives. Their children became “New Cultures”--Mexico and all the countries of the New World—this happened all over the “New World.”

  16. New France “New England” The 13 Colonies (Appalachian Mts to the Atlantic Ocean English Kings let people do their own thing as long as they paid taxes and sent raw materials. People were farmers, fisherman and small businessmen. Eventually a new “I can do it by myself” attitude developed = a new country / a new economy / a new “attitude.” • St. Lawrence River / Great Lakes/ Mississippi River Valley (Appalachian-Rocky Mts. • They did want to settle—they wanted to make money. (Furs and forest) • Because they weren’t on the land, the English began to move in and settle. • This would lead to the American Revolution

  17. A New Slavery was “born” see pg 126-27 for reference • Thousands of workers needed in the new world • A “new slavery” developed. One based on color not just capture. • Slaves became property that could be bought and sold (like livestock or furniture) –this is called chattel property. • It stayed a legal trade until 1808. the Brits outlawed it completely. The U.S. outlawed IMPORT of slaves but the trade continued within the states. • It was an evil, inhumane, dark period of history.

  18. Flash Cards for: • Commercial • Columbian exchange • Economics • Bartering • Artisan • Merchant • Trade fair • Guild • inflation • Capitalism • Entrepreneur • Joint stock company • Mercantilism • Cottage industry • Monopoly • Price/commercial revolution • (did I get them all?)

  19. Study Old Tests