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Title: Jeopardy


1
Jeopardy
Exchange
Ive got the POWER
Europe Stuff
A little bit of everything
The Rebirth!
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Final Jeopardy
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Scholars who studied the humanities and focused
on human potential to better the world were
called this.
3
100
Humanists
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200
The Procession of the Magi, the grand
Florence dome demonstrated the power wealth of
this famous family?
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Medici
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300
In 1450 the culture of Europe changed drastically
when ______ invented the _____ which was a
mechanical device that pressed inked type onto
sheets of paper.
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300
Gutenberg Printing Press
8
400
This movement in the Iberian Peninsula was to
reclaim Christian territory and drive Muslims
away. The success of the movement inspired
Ferdinand Isabella to support overseas
exploration.
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400
Reconquista
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500
This specific branch of Renaissance art was
inspired by religious reform depicted the
wealthy as well as middle class and peasants in
the pieces of work.
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500Northern Renaissance Art
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100
This is the exchange of plants, animals, diseases
technologies between the Americas the rest of
the world following Columbus voyages.
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100Columbian Exchange
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This term refers to the Spanish form of feudalism
in the countrys American colonies. Given a grant
by the king, it provided the grant holder with a
supply of cheap labor and periodic payments of
goods by the American Indians. It obliged the
grant holder to Christianize the American
Indians.
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200
Encomienda
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300
This conquistador attacked the unarmed Incan
Empire in present day Peru, slaughtering the
population with the help of swords and horses.
This conquistador conquered the Aztec empire of
Mexico using guns, displeased locals, as well
as European diseases such as smallpox.
17
300 Pizarro Cortes
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400
This West African country was most reliant on the
Slave Trade.
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400 Dahomey
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500
We have come in search of Christians and
spices. This was spoken by a ________ when a
_______ exploration team landed in _______.
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500Degredado Portuguese (Da Game/Cabral)
Calicut, India.
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This is known as the system of trade connecting
Europe, Africa the Americans.
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The Atlantic System/Triangle Trade
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200
A part of the Atlantic System, warring African
empires would trade ______ for ______.
25
200Prisoners of War (POWS) Weapons
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300
This term is used to describe wealthy individuals
who owned most of the slaves and most of the
land. This was obvious in the West Indian
colonies as well as within some African empires.
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300
Plantocracy
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400
This form of centralized government was used in
the Spanish Latin American colonies. A direct
representative from the Spanish king would be
present to rule over colonists.
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Viceroy System
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Europes sea power allowed them to be the prime
movers in the trading systems of the world,
yielding dynamic economies and leading to
sea-based Empires and power. The country of _____
proved to hold the largest sea-based empire title
in the late 1400s into the 1500s. ______ in the
1600s. _____ in the 1700 1800s.
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500 Portugal The Netherlands(Dutch) Britain
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Martin Luther protested against the sell of this
which granted forgiveness for past sin.
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Indulgence
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_____ wrote the ______ in order to showcase the
corruption in the ______ Church and its leader
Pope ______.
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Martin Luther 95 Theses Catholic Leo X
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300
Former playboy Ignatius Loyola started this
society which focused on missionary work.
37
300 Society of Jesuits
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During the Scientific Revolution the Catholic
Church believed in the ______ theory (earth
center of universe, whereas Galileo believed in
the ______ theory (sun center of our solar
system).
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400Geocentric Heliocentric
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This Enlightenment philosopher believed that
people were reasonable and able to rule
themselves. He also believed in the Natural
Rights of life, liberty, and property. In
contrast, this Enlightenment philosopher believed
that people were wicked and selfish and an
absolute monarch was the best form of government.
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Locke, Hobbes
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100
When Martin Luther translated the Bible from
Latin to German, Luther was said to be writing in
this style.
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Vernacular
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Identify the key terms that refer to the Spanish
Colonial Class System ______ white European,
born in Europe ______ white European, born in
America ______ a person of European Native
American blood ______a person of European
African blood
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Identify the key terms that refer to the Spanish
Colonial Class System Peninsulare white
European, born in Europe Creole white European,
born in America Mestizo a person of European
Native American blood Mulattoa person of
European African blood
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_______, a Chinese Muslim explorer set sail for
the _______ Dynasty in order to showcase Chinas
superiority and establish tribute states.
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Zheng He Ming
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_______, an absolute monarch Claimed power
by _______. He made France the most powerful
country in Europe.
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400Louis XIV Divine Right
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500In terms of labor the Spanish colonies
relied more heavily on _________ whereas the
English colonies relied more heavily on ______.
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African Slavery Indentured Servants
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Final Jeopardy
Explain the economic theories of Mercantilism
Capitalism.
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Final Jeopardy Answer
  • Laissez Faire
  • Adam Smith (1723-1790)
  • If individuals were allowed to seek personal
    gain, this would increase the general welfare.
  • 1776 ? wrote The Wealth of Nations
  • First book to explain the economy of a nation as
    a system
  • Nations wealth is not in the amount of
    gold/silver but the amount of goods and services
    produced by a nations people.
  • Individuals driven by self-interest
  • The Invisible Hand
  • the economy is self-regulating!
  • 3. The Law of Supply and Demand
  • Individuals free to pursue self-interest will
    produce goods and services that others want, at
    prices others will be willing to pay.
  • You choose what you want to sell at prices others
    are willing to pay.
  • 1.Power wealth gold or silver bullion
  • Export more than you import a trade surplus.
  • 2. Needs A strong state to control economics
  • 3. Sea power control foreign markets.
  • 4. Colonies provide markets for manufactured
    goods a supply of raw materials.
  • 5. Trade is a zero-sum game.
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