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Review for Final Exam. The most noted king of the Mali was:. The farthest Mongol advance into Europe was the city of:. The Mongol Tribes were first united by:. During the “Babylonian Captivity,” the seat of the papacy was moved from Rome to:.

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  • The Incas Practiced Human sacrifice
  • Chinampas were used by the Aztecs.
  • The Turning point of the Hundred Year War the arrival of Joan of Arc
  • Roughly Half of Europe’s population is believed to have died during the Black Death.
  • The fall of the Byzantine Empire and the End of the Hundred Years War signal the end of the Middle Ages.
  • Movable Type was developed by Johann Gutenberg.
  • The Medici’s were a powerful German family.
  • The primary goal of Spanish colonization was Tabacco.
  • Alexander VI (Borgia) is considered the church’s most corrupt Pope.
  • Institutes of the Christian Faith was written by Ulrich Zwingli.
louis xiv s view of the monarchy was influenced by his experience of the revolt known as the

Louis XIV’s view of the monarchy was influenced by his experience of the revolt known as the:

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  • The Guise were one of the most powerful Families of France.
  • Louis XIV pursued tolerant religious policies.
  • The Table of Ranks made lineage the determinant of an individual’s social status.
  • Sir Robert Walpole is widely considered England’s first Prime Minister.
  • The founders of the Scientific Revolution were called "Natural Philosophers"
  • The Acts of Union (1707) joined Scotland and England.
  • Louis XV was dominated by his “favorites.”
  • The first King of Prussia was Frederick William I.
  • The colony of New Netherlands became New Hampshire.
  • Ignatius of Loyola founded the Society of Peter.
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  • The Treaty of Paris (1856) ended the Crimean War.
  • After the Boston Massacre, the British soldiers were defended at trial by John Adams.
  • The Boston Port Act closed Boston Harbor.
  • Napoleon III invaded Mexico.
  • The Frankfurt Parliament Unified Germany.
  • The Emancipation Proclamation Ended Slavery in the United States.
  • The First Steam Engine was developed by James Watt.
  • Convention of 1839 guaranteed Belgian Neutrality.
  • The pope crowned Napoleon Emperor.
  • Robespierre headed the Committee of Public Safety.