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World Civilization 9th Grade

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Chinese Exploration Islam and the Ottomans The Italian Renaissance Protestant Reformation Constitutional Monarchy Game design by Mary Catherine McGillvray World Civilization Final Exam Prep Part 1

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He sailed to America in 1412 :

He sailed to America in 1412

Visited over 30 countries in his voyages. :

Visited over 30 countries in his voyages.

lived from 1371 to 1435 :

lived from 1371 to 1435

government sponsored a series of seven naval expeditions :

government sponsored a series of seven naval expeditions

 to establish a Chinese presence, impose imperial control over trade, impress foreign peoples in the Indian Ocean basin and extend the empire's tributary system :

to establish a Chinese presence, impose imperial control over trade, impress foreign peoples in the Indian Ocean basin and extend the empire's tributary system

the Islamic month of fasting :

the Islamic month of fasting

A war or struggle against unbelievers. :

A war or struggle against unbelievers.

A city in western Saudi Arabia, considered by Muslims to be the holiest city of Islam :

A city in western Saudi Arabia, considered by Muslims to be the holiest city of Islam

A city of western Saudi Arabia north of Mecca. The Mosque of the Prophet, containing Muhammad's tomb, is a holy site for Muslim pilgrims :

A city of western Saudi Arabia north of Mecca. The Mosque of the Prophet, containing Muhammad's tomb, is a holy site for Muslim pilgrims

A Muslim shrine in Mecca toward which the faithful turn to pray. The cube, cubic structure.:

A Muslim shrine in Mecca toward which the faithful turn to pray. The cube, cubic structure.

Humanism, with regard in particular to the belief that humanity is capable of morality and self-fulfillment without belief in God. :

Humanism, with regard in particular to the belief that humanity is capable of morality and self-fulfillment without belief in God.

In The Prince (1532), he advises rulers that the effective use of power may necessitate unethical methods. :

In The Prince (1532), he advises rulers that the effective use of power may necessitate unethical methods.

Dutch scholar; Dutch name Gerhard Gerhards. He paved the way for the Reformation with his satires on the Church. :

Dutch scholar; Dutch name Gerhard Gerhards. He paved the way for the Reformation with his satires on the Church.

Geoffrey (c.1342–1400), English writer and poet. His Canterbury Tales (c.1387–1400) is a cycle of linked tales told by a group of pilgrims. :

Geoffrey (c.1342–1400), English writer and poet. His Canterbury Tales (c.1387–1400) is a cycle of linked tales told by a group of pilgrims.

an Italian scholar, poet, and early humanist :

an Italian scholar, poet, and early humanist

German theologian who led the Reformation; believed that salvation is granted on the basis of faith rather than deeds :

German theologian who led the Reformation; believed that salvation is granted on the basis of faith rather than deeds

Nailed on the Church Doors:

Nailed on the Church Doors

The Roman Catholic Church claims the power to excuse or release persons from all or part of the suffering coming to them in Heaven:

The Roman Catholic Church claims the power to excuse or release persons from all or part of the suffering coming to them in Heaven

Dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery :

Dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery

They both attacked what they saw as abuses and pretensions of the church and the clergy.  Historians compare their criticisms and their approaches to Church reform. :

They both attacked what they saw as abuses and pretensions of the church and the clergy.  Historians compare their criticisms and their approaches to Church reform.

A form of government in which a monarch acts as head of state within the perimeters of a written, unwritten or blended constitution :

A form of government in which a monarch acts as head of state within the perimeters of a written, unwritten or blended constitution

The document accepted by King John of England on June 15, 1215 which contains a series of laws establishing the rights of English barons and major landowners thereby limiting the authority of the King.:

The document accepted by King John of England on June 15, 1215 which contains a series of laws establishing the rights of English barons and major landowners thereby limiting the authority of the King.

"a state in which the supreme power is vested in the people… “:

"a state in which the supreme power is vested in the people… “

A relationship of protection and partial control assumed by a superior power over a dependent country or region. :

A relationship of protection and partial control assumed by a superior power over a dependent country or region.

An English military and political leader best known in England for his overthrow of the monarchy. :

An English military and political leader best known in England for his overthrow of the monarchy.

Zheng He:

Zheng He

Zheng He:

Zheng He

Zheng He:

Zheng He

The Ming Dynasty:

The Ming Dynasty

Chinese Treasure Voyages:

Chinese Treasure Voyages

Ramadan:

Ramadan

Jihad:

Jihad

Mecca:

Mecca

Medina:

Medina

Ka’aba:

Ka’aba

Secular Humanism:

Secular Humanism

Machiavelli:

Machiavelli

Erasmus:

Erasmus

Chaucer:

Chaucer

Petrarch:

Petrarch

Martin Luther:

Martin Luther

95 theses:

95 theses

Indulgences:

Indulgences

Corruption:

Corruption

Luther and Petrarch:

Luther and Petrarch

Constitutional Monarchy :

Constitutional Monarchy

Magna Carta :

Magna Carta

Commonwealth :

Commonwealth

Protectorate :

Protectorate

Oliver Cromwell:

Oliver Cromwell

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Final Jeopardy!

Final Jeopardy The French Revolution:

Final Jeopardy The French Revolution

The delegates of the Third Estate took a solemn pledge not to disband until the National Assembly had drafted a constitution. :

The delegates of the Third Estate took a solemn pledge not to disband until the National Assembly had drafted a constitution.

The Tennis Court Oath:

The Tennis Court Oath

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