Sam Arent

City: Goodrich, Texas
University: Huston-Tillotson University

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AP World History- Unit 2 Rome

Republic A government of elected officials. Senate The elected officials in the Roman Republic (only the wealthiest were represented) Magistrates Officials who carried out the day-to-day operations of the government who were selected by plebeians Tribunes Elected to represent the plebeians Consuls Elected to preside over the government and to serve as commanders of armies […]

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AP ART HISTORY 1-25

Apollo 11 stones Culture:Namibia Date:c.25,500-25,300 B.C.E. Medium: Charcoal on stone Contained some of the oldest pieces of mobile art ever discovered in South Africa. Great Hall of the Bulls Culture:Lascaux, France. Paleolithic Europe. Date: 15,000-13,000 B.C.E. Medium: Rock painting Dominated by two enormous bulls standing face to face, one of which measures 16 x 13 […]

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AP US History Vocab

Separatist vs. non-separatist puritans Radical Calvinists against the Church of England; Separatists (pilgrims) argued from the Church of England, led the Mayflower, and established the settlement at Plymouth Northwest Passage believed to provide shortcut from Atlantic to Pacific, searched for by Giovanni de Verrazano for Francis I in the race to Asian wealth Conversion Experience […]

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Ch.20 AP World History

Osei Tutu Member of Oyoko clan of Akan peoples in Gold Coast region of Africa; responsible for creating unified Asante Empire; utilized Western firearms. Took the name asantehene. Zulu Wars Fought in 1879 between the British Empire and the Zulu Empire in Africa. The war ended the Zulu nation’s independence. William Wilberforce British statesman and […]

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Chapter 14 Vocab – AP World History

kuriltai Meeting of all Mongol chieftains at which the supreme ruler of all tribes was selected khagan Title of the supreme ruler of the Mongol tribes tumens Basic fighting units of the Mongol forces; consisted of 10,000 cavalrymen; each unit was further divided into units of 1000, 100 and 10 Karakorum Capital of the Mongol […]

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Pharmmmmm

Infants are at risk for drug toxicity due to Decreased liver enzymes, reduced kidney function and reduced liver perfusion Anaphylactic rations Wheezing, swallowing difficulty, itching, tachycardia, angiogram facial swelling A patient is having difficulty remembering taking a med. what form should be given Extended release because they release over a lengthy period of time a […]

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AP World History Learning Curve

Which Chinese emperor established an imperial academy where potential officials were trained as scholars with an emphasis on Confucian teachings? Wu Di Which of India’s four ranked classes (varna) became more associated with trade and artisanship over time? Vaisya It is estimated that in the heartland of this ancient civilization between 33 and 44 percent […]

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Ch. 19 Margin & Big Picture Questions

In what ways did the Industrial Revolution shape the character of nineteenth century European imperialism? •Need for raw materials found in other parts of the world •Markets to sell goods •Investment and profit opportunities would decrease class conflict •Better technology and weapons What contributed to changing European views of Asians and Africans in the nineteenth […]

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US CONSTITUTION TEST REVIEW

Constitution The Supreme Law of the Land President Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Vice President Who is the President of the Senate? 2 years What is the term length of a member of the House? 4 years What is the term length for the President? Life or Good Behavior What is the term length of […]

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US History Midterm Exam: Units 1-5

Alexander Hamilton He supported the creation of a national bank First political parties Formed around the issue of the power of the federal and state governments Federalists Party that favored more power for Federal government Agrarian nation Thomas Jefferson want our economy to be dominated by farmers Strict interpretation People who believe the government should […]

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US History Reconstruction Vocab

Literal Reconstruction Pertaining to written documents about post Civil War resolutions. Presidential Reconstruction was the President’s idea of reconstruction : all states had to end slavery, states had to declare that their secession was illegal, and men had to pledge their loyalty to the U.S. 10% Plan This was Lincoln’s reconstruction plan for after the […]

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AP World History Ch. 13,14,15

Balkan Region peninsula that incl. Greece, Albania, Bosnia, Greece, Serbia/Croatia, controlled by Ottoman Empire (Austrian influence), Russia tries to expand in here Body of Civil Law Justinian’s codification of Roman law; revised Roman law as coherent basis for political and economic life Byzantine Empire a continuation of the Roman Empire in the Middle East after […]

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Chapter 17 AP World History Vocabulary

Absolute Monarchy A system of government in which the head of state is a hereditary position and the king or queen has almost complete power. Mary Wollstonecraft English writer and early feminist who denied male supremacy and advocated equal education for women Predestination The belief that what happens in human life has already been determined […]

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American History 1 Test 1

Prince Henry the Navigator -Prince of Portugal -gave financial support to explorers Vasco de Gama -Portugese sailor -first European to sail around southern Africa to the Indian Ocean Christopher Columbus -Italian navigator -discovered the New World in 1492 Juan de Onate -Spanish explorer and conquistador -founder of the first Spanish settlement in New Mexico Pope […]

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Unit 1, Lesson 3

agronomist a scientist who studies the variety of plants, pests, disease, & pesticide chemicals found in agricultural crops archaeologist a scientist who studies the history of mankind, material relics, & civilizations biologist a scientist who studies living things in the environment botanist a scientist who studies the plant life in an environment chemist a scientist […]

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AP World History Chapter 12 Vocabulary

King Clovis Became the first monarch to unite all of the Frankish tribes and was also the first Roman Catholic ruler of the Franks (ruled 481-511) Charles Martel A military leader of the Franks who led Christian forces of northern France, Belgium, and western Germany to defeat the Muslims at the Battle of Tours; founded […]

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World History Chapter 10 quizlet

Barter To exchange things for goods Silk Road The northern trade route Markets A place to sell produce and goods Trade Fairs A bigger market, attracted many alien merchants Moneychangers Judged the approximate value of coins Moneylenders Same as moneychangers Letters of Credit Like modern day checks, exchanged for money \”Just Price\” A fair price […]

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American History Chapter 4

American Enlightenment Influenced by the Scientific Revolution of the 17th century, the American Enlightenment emphasized the power of reason gained and applied it to human nature and society. The new intellectual culture in the Colonies stressed the importance of humanism and reason, removing the power of Church and placing more power in the hands of […]

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American History chapter 24

Versailles Treaty the 1919 peace treaty at the end of WWI which established new nations, borders, and war reparations; caused anger and resentment with the german people because they were blamed for the war and responsible for paying it all back. they also had to give up all colonies Totalitarianism a government that tries to […]

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AP World History Unit 2 Vocab Terms (Part 1)

Xiongnu Nomads who terrorized the border and were defeated by Wudi. Lived in the steppes or grasslands north of China. Were the biggest threat to security. Diplomacy Negotiation between nations. Conscription Compulsory military service. Monetary Economics Fine-tuning the economy through regulation of the money supply. Cosmopolitan Composed of people from or at home in many […]

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The Two-Party System in American History Analysis

Which of the following is not one of the major eras of one party domination in American history? d. Return of the Republicans The Federalist Party wanted a strong central government. true Since 1968 the political party in power for the longest period of time (consecutively) has been this party. a. Republican Party This was […]

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In Search of History: The Salem Witch Trials Guided Notes

1692- Salem Massachusetts People were accused of casting spells and talking to the devil In the Bible the book of Exodus says Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live The Pope Made attitudes towards witchcraft more violent Witch hunts were a convenient and powerful tool to get rid of imagined or real enemies and […]

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