Stephanie Landry

City: Tampa, Florida
University: National Aviation Academy

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AP world history: connections a world history

luddites workers that attacked factories and machines they blamed for taking their jobs. industrialization a momentous shift from a rural agrarian economy, in which people lived off the land and made goods by hand, to an urban manufacturing economy, in which goods were made in urban factories by machine. enclosures 610 proletariat a large class […]

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World History- Ancient Greece

Knossos an ancient Minoan city on the island of Crete Shrine altar, chapel, or other sacred place fresco colorful painting completed on wet plaster Trojan War in Greek epic poems and myths. a ten-year war between Mycenae and the city of Troy in Asia Minor Strait narrow water passage Homer A Greek poet, author of […]

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AP World History No Significances First Semester

Australopithecus genus of human ancestors that lived in Africa, now extinct Homo Erectus human ancestor that had upright skeletons, stronger builds than the Australopithecus, but smaller brains then H. Sapiens Homo Sapeins current humans, larger brains allowed for more success than the H. Erectus Paleolithic Age \”old stone age,\” beginning of stone tools for convince, […]

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Art History II Stokstad/Cothren 5th edition ch. 22

Self-Portrait Albrecht Durer, 1500 Image in the likeness of God The four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Woodcut, 1497-1498, Albrecht Durer Adam and Eve Engraving, 1504, Albrecht Durer Four Apostles Left, Peter in back of John and Right Mark behind Paul Albrecht Durer 1526. Oil on wood panel Lucas Cranach the Elder Nymph of the Spring. […]

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AP World History: Chapter 19 Review

The sultan who presided over a \”golden age\” and the greatest ottoman assault on Christian Europe was Sulieman the magnificent As ottoman armies pressed into Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean, they fought many wars with who? The Safavid empire A new fourteenth-century ottoman military resource was the Christian prisoners of war, called Janissaries Explain the […]

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U.S. History Unit 8

Cold War A conflict between countries, with no actual fighting Iron curtain A barrier of secrecy that kept Soviet controlled nations apart from the rest of Europe Satellite A nation controlled by another country Containment A policy of preventing a country from expanding its power Refugee A person who flees to a foreign country Superpower […]

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4430 Exam 1

aggregate population subgroup in a community made up of people who share one or more common characteristics census tract population boundary that subdivides larger communities and is used expressly for data collection and population assessment by the US Bureau of the Census community diagnosis consists of four components: identification of the health problem/risk aggregate or […]

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AP World History Terms Unit 1

1. prehistory vs. history Prehistory – no written documents; History: written proof of history 2. features of civilization Social etiquette, religion, education, literature 3. stages of hominid development Austrolopithecus, homo habilis, homo erectus, homo sapiens 4. \”Out of Africa\” thesis vs. multiregional thesis Humans originated from Africa and proliferated vs. originated from Africa but multiple […]

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History of Jazz Quiz #2

Congo Square a place where slaves were permitted to dance, now called Louis Armstrong Park, danced in ring-shouts Minstrel show developed before the Civil War. White performers would wear black makeup and mimic and ridicule the slave population, replaced by Vaudeville by 1900 Work songs purely African in nature, since slaves were not allowed to […]

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Ap World History: Period 5

Autocracy A political theory favoring unlimited authority by a single individual Cossacks peasants recruited to migrate to newly seized lands in Russia, particularly in south; combined agriculture with military conquests; spurred additional frontier conquests and settlements. Dalai Lama Chief lama and once ruler of Tibet Jesuits Also known as the Society of Jesus; founded by […]

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Chapter 12 Vocab – AP World History

Hangzhou Capital of later Song dynasty; located near East China Sea; permitted overseas trading; population exceeded 1 million. Wendi (541-604) Member of prominent northern Chinese family during period of Six Dynasties; proclaimed himself emperor; supported by nomadic peoples of northern China; established Sui dynasty Yangdi Second member of Sui dynasty; murdered his father to gain […]

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Us History Ch 15

Kentucky Which state did not pull out of the union when president Lincoln called for troops? Their side would win easily Before the first battle of the civil war, most people on both sides thought: \”There can be no neutrals in this war, only patriots, or traitors\” Which statement would have been said by Stephen […]

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World History 1 Chapter 4

Knossos The capital of the ancient Minoan civilization; located on the island of Crete off the coast of present-day Greece. Shrine areas dedicated to the honor of gods and goddesses Fresco watercolor paintings done on wet plaster Trojan War in Greek epic poems and myths, a ten-year war between Mycenae and the city of Troy […]

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AP World History Religions

Judaism Place/Date of Origin Caanan or Israel. About 400 BC Judaism Founder/Founding Story Abraham traveled from Mesopotamia to Caanan, with the faith that God would bless his descendants if they worshiped him. From Abraham came Isaac and Jacob. Over 1,000 years after Abraham, the Jews were slaves in Egypt. Moses led them to the Holy […]

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Final for Sociology

The statement that \”culture is the complex whole\” was made by: Edward B. Tylor Which discipline defines itself as \”the systematic study of human society?\” sociology What is the term for the ways of thinking, ways of acting, and material objects that together form a people’s way of life? culture Standards by which people who […]

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Chapter 13 AP World History

Ibn rushd Spanish-Arab philosopher; also known as Averroes; influenced by Aristotle, his best known writings explore the relationship between reason and faith sultan the sovereign ruler of a Muslim state qadis Muslim judges who carried out the judicial functions of the state. abbasid dynasty that overthrew the Umayyad to rule the Muslim caliphate from 750 […]

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AP Euro Exam Review: Art Movements

Italian Renaissance, 1400s-1500s Secular in theme and focused on antiquity, individualism, humanism, and worldly experience. Subjects were often mythology, human form. Techniques included perspective, chiaroscuro, sfumato, contrapasto. Centered in Florence, and later Rome. Important artists were Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Raphael, Titian, Brunelleschi. Medicis were most important patrons. Northern Renaissance, 1400s-1500s Less secular in theme and […]

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AP World History (Chapter 11 Test)

During the post classical period, societies in the Americas Remained entirely separate from those of the Old World. Which of the following was NOT a characteristic of American civilization during the post classical period? Monotheistic practices The northern nomadic peoples who entered central Mexico following the decline of Teotihuacan were the Toltecs After the sack […]

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Apush test bank 1-5

Native American (Indian) civilization was least highly developed in North America Which of the following New World plants revolutionized the International economy? potatoes The existence of a single original continent has been proved by the presence of A.similiar mountain ranges on the various continents B.the discovery of nearly identical species of fish in long-separated freshwater […]

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American History, Unit 2 test, Merryhill

Feudalism a political and social system that developed during the Middle Ages; nobles offered protection and land in return for service Nobles persons of noble or ‘honorable’ rank or birth. Ranked as: King – Lord – Knight Commoners People who were not part of the nobility or the church. Ranked as: Free tenant/yeoman – serf […]

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Chapter 15 Quiz

The class of disorders that are marked by delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, and deterioration of adaptive behavior is known as A. anxiety disorder. B. schizophrenic disorders. C. dissociative disorders. D. personality disorders. B Seligman’s concept of preparedness BEST accounts for the development of A. obsessive-compulsive disorder. B. posttraumatic stress disorder. C. an elevator phobia. D. […]

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US History – Unit 10 Study sheet

federal deficit the difference produced with the government spends more than it collects during a year apartheid a policy in South Africa of complete separation of the races nation building the support of developing governments in foreign countries genetic engineering the act of working on genes to change or copy them globalization a condition in […]

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