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Western Europe

Study guide for 7th grade Western Europe

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Became Holy Roman Emperor in 800 Charlemagne
Document that was signed by King John of England in 1251 Magna Carta
Took control of Rome in 46 B.C and was killed two years later Juluis Caesar
Term used that refers to the central city of the city-state in ancient Greece Polis
Normal working man in Rome Plebeian
Term that refers to a political system used by nobles in the Middle Ages Feudalism
Greek philosopher who studied with Plato Aristotle
First Christian emperor of the Roman Empire Constantine
Term used to a body of land surrounded by warter on three sides peninsula
Term used that refers to a nation in which citizens govern themselves through elected representatives republic
A natural barrier that separated Europe and Asia Ural Mountians
A system of government ruled by a few wealthy individuals oligarchy
The rival of Sparta Athens
Established the " Pax Romana" Augustus
System that nobles gave land to vassals in return for services feudalism
Term used when workers in the same trade would join a business association guild
Created by: Hintze
 

 



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