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S.S. mid-terms

Everything for mid-terms

Eastern Orthodox a branch of Christianty that deleoped in the Byzantine Empire and that did not recognize the pope as its supreme leader
Byzantine the name by which the eastern half of the Roman empire became known some time after A.D. 400
Aqueducts high arched structures built to water over long distances
humanism concern with human interests and values
Mecca an Arabian oasis city believed to be the birthplace of Muhammad
Medina an Arabian oasis town to which according to Muslim writings, Muhammad migrated in A.D. 622
Magna Carta document that guaranteed rights to English nobles
charter legal document giving certain rights to a person or company
pueblos adobes dwelling of the Anasaszis; town in in the Spanish colonies
presidioss forts where soldiers lived in the Spanish colonies
encomiendas rights given by the Spanish goverment to Spanish settlers to demand labor or taxes from Native Americans
causeways raised roads across a stretch of water
irrigation the act of to bring water to an area
feudalism rule by lords who owe loyalty to a monarch
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