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AP Unit Test 2

AP European History Review Guide

Peter the Great
Thomas Hobbes
English Civil War
Glorious Revolution
English Bill of Rights
Jean Baptiste Colbert
Causes of Commercial Revolution -from 1500 to 1800 -increased economic growth -"Price Revolution" more money for goods, increased production, inflation -bourgeoisie received most wealth trading/manufacturing -scientific revolution brought more markets
More Causes of Commercial Revolution -rise in capitalism -growth in investments for increased profit -middle class = leadership for economic revolution -later lead to Age of Exploration -population growth = pre-plague levels -states wanted increased economic power
Features of Commercial Revolution -Banking -Fuggers (Germany) -Medicis (Italy) -Centers: -Antwerp (Flanders in 16th century) -Amsterdam (Netherlands in 17th century)
Created by: taylor.wendell