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SS9 Chapter One
Crossroads chapter One
|Galileo used the discoveries in his scientific discoveries.
|Nutrition in Europe improved after 1600 because of new food crops from the _____.
|person who studies anatomy by such methods as dissecting dead bodies.
|The scientist who developed the scientific method was Francis ____ .
|Until 1517 all European Christians had been Roman _______.
|The astronomer who first challenged the medieval view of the heavens was ______ .
|attendant at monarchs court.
|group of states or territories controlled by one country.
|By 1700 European countries had developed overseas _______ .
|The new philosophy of the Renaissance was called _______ .
|system or mode of thought in which human interests dominate.
|During the 16th and 17th centuries _______reduced the power of the nobility- began to use professional armies and began to employ professional civil servants.
|Renaissance writers began to concentrate on everyday ____?
|person who pays rent to a landlord for the use of land.
|the everyday language of people.
|After 1517 religious disputes in Europe made political disputes _________
|After 1500 conditions for many Europeans improved because trade increased- serfs became landowners and towns grew in size and economic power.
|Time period in European history from about 500 A.D. to about 1500 A.D.(two words)
|pursuit of the principles underlying all knowledge;pursuit of wisdom.
|As a result of the Reformation kings saw themselves as both ____ and religious leaders.
|The ________ press helped to spread new ideas in the Renaissance.
|Christian group that separated from the Roman Catholic Church.
|Religious movement in Europe in the in the 16th century to reform the Catholic Church.
|The period in which challenges to the Catholic Church took place was called the ___.
|a time of great revival or rebirth.
|Historians of which period were the first to distinguish different eras in history?
|person attached to lords land and required to give services to him.
|Scientific developments were dependent on new _____ .