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HISTORY MIDTERM 2012

mrs scotts midterm

QuestionAnswer
t/f Baldassare Castiglione was a diplomat whos book The courtier gave nobles new rules for refined behavior in a humanist society. TRUE
Renassiance ideas spread through trade, artists who fled political unrest in Italy, and the explosion of printed materials TRUE
Slave labor declined in the Americas as a result of the Age of Exploration FALSE
Colonies in the Americas were allowed to sell raw material to countries other than the home county FALSE
In the saint Bathrolomews Day Massacre, the Huguenot queen of France oredered the killing of tens of thousands of French Catholics FALSE
The Thirty Years' War, the War of Austrian Succession and the Seven Years' war involved Central Europe TRUE
Robery Boyle, often called the father of modern chemisty was the first chemist to define and elemnt and also decribed matter as a cluster of tiny particles TRUE
eIn the 1770s the colonists were much more attatched to britain than they were to the colony in which they lived FALSE
The colonist resisted the Stamp Act and the Townshend Acts by boycotting English goods. TRUE
In a federal system of government, all important government powers are held by the national government FALSE
Which of the following is famous for creatin the statues of David and Pieta and the celing of the Sistene Chapel Michelangelo Buonarroti
Which of the following statesments best describes the importance of the Italian city-states to the Ressisance Knowledge of arts increased as nobles and merchants sought to display their new welath.
To represent 3-D objects onflat paper, Renaissance artists studied Perspective
Humanism was inspired by interest in Greek and Roman culture
William Shakesperes works aew known for a deep understanding of human nature
incresing numbers of people learned to read after the mid 1400s becayse printed matierals became more invented
the 95 theses were written in latin because latin was the vernacular
which of the follwoing occured as a result of martin luthers stand against indulgences the protestant reformation begins
the bonfire of the vanities was an actiaon that was part of the reforms adopted by the council of trent
one outcome of the council of trent was that austria and poland returned to the catholic church
how did the tersea of avila impact the catholic church she inspired many would be pretestants to stay in church
the church's scholastic educcation gave way to the subjects known as humanities and inspired the movement known as humanism
which of the following advanced the idea that "the end justifies the means" Niccolo machiavelli
johannes gutenberg's invention has been descrives as revilotionary because with easier acces to books more poeple could learn to read and more books were printed
how did the work of the flemish sscool differ from italian rennissance painting flemish painters focused on the details of everyday life, while italian painters showed mythological scenes
desiderius erasmus's works were censored in Paris and condemed by the church because his works fanned the flames of discontent with the church
what did the edict of worms decree about Martin Luther it made hiim an outlaw and condemned his writings
Urich Zwingli founded a church in Switzerland that had which of these at its base humanism
the council of trent addressed curruption and argued for the role of the catholic church in salvation
Sailors could calculate thir location based on the postion of the sun and stars in relation to the horizan with the astrolabe
the ultimate goal of the early portuguese eplorers was to find the water route around aftrica to india
The ultimate goal of the early ENglish Dutch and French explorers was to find a passage to Asia
the council of trent addressed curruption and argued for the role of the catholic church in salvation
Sailors could calculate thir location based on the postion of the sun and stars in relation to the horizan with the astrolabe
the ultimate goal of the early portuguese eplorers was to find the water route around aftrica to india
The ultimate goal of the early ENglish Dutch and French explorers was to find a passage to Asia
The spainish colonial economy was based on the mining of gold and silver
scholars estimate how much of all food crops grown around the world today are of american orgin 1/3
Which of the following was one result of the Treaty of Tordesillas The spanish Empire was larger than the Portuguese Empire
durring the rise of captalism european investors willingly took thhe risk of investing in overseas trade because the rising demand for goods drove prices higher
The population of Native American in Spanish colonies dropped by more than 90 percent
an increase in business activity due to colonilzstion caused which of the following a new cloass of weatheier merchants emerged in europe.
The economy of New France was based on fish and fur trading
the spanish used captive africans as workers on carribean sugar plantations
Which of the following best describes the food exchange Europe and the Americas Europeans brought wheat sugar and sheep to the americas and took rice wheat and turkeys to europe
mercantilists would advocate that a nation do which of the following sell more goods than it buys from foreign countries
scholars estimate how much of all food crops grown around the world today are of american orgin 1/3
some native americans helped cortes because the aztecs were unpopular with those they had conquered
durring the rise of captalism european investors willingly took thhe risk of investing in overseas trade because the rising demand for goods drove prices higher
which of the following was a conquistador Franciso Pizarro
an increase in business activity due to colonilzstion caused which of the following a new cloass of weatheier merchants emerged in europe.
planters in the Americas began to use Aftrican slaves for labor beceause disease had killed millions of native americans
the spanish used captive africans as workers on carribean sugar plantations
how did the renaissance contribute to the age of eploration by awakening a spirit of discovery and innovation in europe
mercantilists would advocate that a nation do which of the following sell more goods than it buys from foreign countries
what was an effect of the columbian exchange the exchange of foods and animals had a dramatic impact on later
some native americans helped cortes because the aztecs were unpopular with those they had conquered
french sttlers in canada were mainly traders
which of the following was a conquistador Franciso Pizarro
when charles became holy roman emporor as charles V his terriotory grew to include parts of Italy Austria and various German states
planters in the Americas began to use Aftrican slaves for labor beceause disease had killed millions of native americans
Who argues that women had the right to an education Juana ine de la cruz
how did the renaissance contribute to the age of eploration by awakening a spirit of discovery and innovation in europe
king phillip decided to invade england in oreder to stop the seadogs and return england to the catholic church
what was an effect of the columbian exchange the exchange of foods and animals had a dramatic impact on later
charles V gave up his thrones in 1556 because he was frustrated by failure in Europe
french sttlers in canada were mainly traders
when charles became holy roman emporor as charles V his terriotory grew to include parts of Italy Austria and various German states
Who argues that women had the right to an education Juana ine de la cruz
king phillip decided to invade england in oreder to stop the seadogs and return england to the catholic church
charles V gave up his thrones in 1556 because he was frustrated by failure in Europe
which of the following was a challenge to the Frech monarchy's philosophy of "one king one aw one religon" the huguenot
Henery IV was able to claime the throne of Frnace because he converted to catholicsm
louis XIVs greatest ambition was to convert england to catholicism
what caused the war of the spanish succession the ascension of huguenot to the French throne
who is the sun king Louis XIV
what caused the english civil war divison of the acts of Supermacy
which of the follwoing writers decribed life in nataure as "solitary,poornasty,brutish,and short"? tohmas hobbes
the ascension of william and mary to the throne of england became known as the glourious reolution
who was the first czar of rusia Ivan IV
the goal of peter I was to transform Russia into a mordern state
the thirty years war was sparked by the holy roman emperoprs attempt to shut down two protenstand churches
what caused the war of Austrian succesion the rivalry between the haspsburgs and the hohenzollerns
ansolute monarchs argued that their power mus not be challenged because they ruled by devine right
why did people in the netherlands revolt against spain because of religious differences
the edict of nantes was a remarkable document because people were nolonger forced to follow the monarchs religion
one goal of louis XIII was to limit the power of nobles and huguenot
which of the following monarchs is historys best examle of an absolute monarch louis XIV
why were william and marry corwned king and queen on england to prevent catholic monarch from occupuying the thrown
which of the following is a cause of the thirty years war throwing the holy roman emperors representatives out of a window
the new way of thinking that emerged in the mid 1500s is called the scientific reveloution
until the scienctfic revelotion, the traditonal authorites were navigators and explorers
which of the following posed theories that brought him into dirrect confilish with the church Galileo
who argued that people had a right to overthrow a governmentthat does not protect their natural rights? Locke
who wrote "man is born free but everywhere is in chains"? Rousseau
how did hobbes and rousseau differ rousseau believed people were naturally good; hobbes did not
american colonists objected to the stamp act because they objected to taxes levied by the britch parliament without represantations
durring the boston tea party the sons of liberty dumbed tea into the boston harbor to protest the tax on tea
what is the scientfic method steps step one; identify problem step two; ask a question step three; preform expirments to test the hypthosesis step four; recorn the results step five; analyze the results and form a conclusion that either proves or disproves hypothesis
what led scientists to study the natural world more closly in the mid 1500s exploration
which of the following scientists invested in the first period table antione-laurent lavoisier
tyco brahe believed then sun revolved around the earth but the other known planets revolved around the sun
which of the following proposed the geocentric thory aristotle
which of the followin published a book supporting the heliocentric thory copernicus
what new approach allowed scholars to gain new scientific knowledge the scientic method
who wrote that without government peoples lives were solitary poor nasty brutish and short montesquieu
which of the following was written by denis didernot in oreder to promote knowledge the encyclopidia
why did the french and indain war lead to increased taxes on britans american colonies because removing the french benefited the colonists, britans decided to make the colonies pay part of the cost
what slogan best expressed the outrage of colonial leaders in response to the stamp act no taxiation without representation
who wrote the first draft of the decleartion of independence thomas jefferson
why did delegates meet at a costitunial convention in 1787 to draft a bill of rights
the bill of rights was added to the constitution because some people argues the constittion didnt protext the rights of some citizens
what even caused the great fear the fall of bastille
why did the legislative assemblt declare war against austria austrains had issed a decleration warning against harming the french monarchs
why did king lous XVI call a meeting of the estates general to be held in spring 1789 to get apporval for new taxes on the 3rd esate
which of the following revolutionary leaders came to oppose the violent excesses of the revoltion george jacques danton
why was the revolutionary tribunal created to elimaniate people who thretened the revelotion from within
euroopeans outside of freance reacted to the excution of louis XVI with horror
which of the following legislative bodies ended the monarchy and orickauned france a republic the national convention
which of the following is the correct sequence of legislative bodies that goverened france durring the revelotion from first to last national assemble legislative assembly national convention directory
many peasents came to oppose the revelotion because they opposed the reveltions anticlerical moves and the draft
the french people welcomed napolean because he promised oreder after the chaos of the revoltion
why did napoleon sell the lousiana terriotry to the united states his failure to take back saint domingue led him to abandon his dream of empire in the americas
what cause napoleon to pull his troops from spain the gurrilla war raged by spanish people
portugal regused to comply with the continental system because it depened on its trade with great britan
throughout the napoleonic wars france's greates enemy was great britan
after napoleons exile france became a monarchy
which of the following leaders most helped to defuse the liveral ideas of the french revoltion prince klemens von etternich
which of the following did great britan recive as a result of their fight against france overseas colonies
part of the legacy of the french revelution is that it has inspired people to fight for the rights in other parts of the world
which of the following was one of the causes of the french revoltion the influence of enlightment ideas
which of the following was one of the firsts acts of the nationalconvention a deleartion of war against england
which poltical faction was the most radical the montagnards
he rign of terror resulted in increased foreign oppostion to the french revoltuion
which legislative body was in place when napoleon seized power the directory
the contetional system restricted trade with great britan
which european campaign was a disaster for napoleon the russian capaign
the congress of veinna streghthend nations surronding france
the rights outlined in the decleration of the rights of man and of the citizen did not extend to the workers
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