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Western Civ 2

Luther’s Ninety-five Theses objected primarily to the idea that people could skip confessing their sins if they bought an indulgence For Zwingli, the Eucharist was an important commemoration of Christ’s historical sacrifice on the cross \”Institutes of the Christian Religion\” John Calvin’s most famous theological work As a young monk Luther was fearful that he […]

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Western Civ Chapter 5

After imposed retirement from Roman politics, Cicero took up writing philosophical treatises. Among the dangerous military innovations of Marius threatening the Republic was his Recruitment of destitute volunteers who swore an oath of allegiance only to him. As Rome expanded, it became Roman policy to govern the provinces with officials known as proconsuls and propraetors. […]

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Western Civ Chapter 2

Philistine power was based in the Pentapolis The culture of the Hitties was strongly militaristic, prone to conquest and colonization The Hebrew cult of Yahweh was significantly advanced by the Levites The Minoans remain somewhat mysterious to modern historians because their written language has not yet been deciphered Minoan civilization flourishes 1900-1500 BCE Creation of […]

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Western Civ Exam 3

The crisis of the early third century was precipitated by the retreat from the eastern frontier and violent tendencies of Marcus Aurelius’s son, Commodus When the emperor died in 192 with no heir apparent, civil war once again engulfed the Roman Empire with _________ eventually claiming the throne Septimius Severus During the third century, Rome […]

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Western Civ test 2 Critical Essay

Rome was a crucial factor in the development of European civilization because Rome connected Europe to the cultural heritage of the Near East Vigil’s Aeneid built on Homer’s epic literature by connecting Roman history to the heroic narrative of the Trojan War In terms of geography and natural resources, the Italian peninsula was more fertile […]

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Great war – " All Quiet On the Western Front"

Describe kat He was the general who led all the soldiers; he’s also a kobbler Describe Mueller He was the person who wanted kemmerich’s boots Describe Paul baumer Main character; loves to draw pictures of birds; died during the war because he stood up to draw a picture of a bird and was shot in […]

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Western Civ Key Terms Q2 #6 – Nero: The Principate Endures

Judio-Claudian Dynasty Dynasty following Augustus, which included Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero. Agropina Wife of Claudius and mother of Nero. Killed by Nero after supervising him too much. Britanicus First son of Claudius before Nero. Octavia Daughter of Claudius who was put to death by Nero. Borus Leader of the praetorian guards. Senica Nero’s teacher. […]

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Analyze the All Quiet On The Western Front Essay

Paul Baumer a kind, compassionate young german soldier fighting in the trenches whose war experience teaches him to detach himself from his feelings; after doing this, though it seems to save him from a number of war horrors, he is never the same. he cannot express any feelings at all about anything. since he is […]

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Western Civ test 2

Rome was a crucial factor in the development of European civilization because Rome connected Europe to the cultural heritage of the Near East Vigil’s Aeneid built on Homer’s epic literature by connecting Roman history to the heroic narrative of the Trojan War In terms of geography and natural resources, the Italian peninsula was more fertile […]

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Western Civ: chapter 6 quiz

Characterizations of the Republic’s administration Rome generally allowed its subjects a large measure of self-government, reduced the endemic warfare that had plagued provinces prior to their incorporation, refrained from interfering with religion and local customs the Romans treated the Italian people they conquered as potential allies, to be integrated into society Plebeian concessions during the […]

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Western Civ 1 – College Plus

The Old Stone Age | Paleolithic Age * Cities weren’t arisen without certain preceding innovations * Human beings lived as nomads in small communities * Humans hunted and gathered for their substance * Humans used fire, crude tools fashioned from wood and stone to assist in their survival * The Bow and Arrow was the […]

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Western Civ 1 – The College at Southeastern

60 The Sumerians devised a number system based on what number? Ziggurats What was the Sumerian name of massive, mud-brick, stepped towers with a temple on top? Enoch According to Genesis, Cain built and named the first city after his son. What was his name? Sargon What renowned Akkadian leader overthrew the Sumerian city-states around […]

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CNA Medical Terms and Abbreviations – 2015 Southwestern College

abd abdonen a.c. before meals ADL activities of daily living Adm (adm) admitted or admission AM (am) Morning amb ambulatory amt amount ap apical approx approximately b.i.d. twice a day BM (bm) bowel movement BP blood pressure BRP bathroom privileges c with C centigrade ca cancer cath catheter CBC complete blood count CBR complete bed […]

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Western Civilazations

building castles. In the tenth and eleventh centuries the predatory lords who were rising to power often solidified territories by: France. The language and customs of feudalism spread to Europe from: Saladin Which leader recaptured Jerusalem in 1187? the Rus to the north. By the late ninth century, Byzantium faced threats from all the following […]

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TCU non western world lit abunasser

question The Day the Leader was Killed answer Naguib Mahfouz question Purple Hibiscus answer Chimamanda Adichie question TV People answer Haruki Murakami question Scheherazade answer Haruki Murakami question Year of the Elephant answer Leila Abouzeid question first novel by Nigerian author, Chimamanda Adichie. Published in 2003. answer Purple Hibiscus question Purple Hibiscus was set primarily […]

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Western Europe and Mongols Test Study Guide

question 476 CE answer Fall of Rome question Catholic Church organization answer Pope -> archbishops -> bishops -> priests question Pope answer head of the church question Archbishops answer ruled over Roman provinces question Bishops answer The successors of the Apostles question Priests answer people who performed religious ceremonies question Petrine Doctrine answer Peter was […]

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Chapter 4: Western Europe

question Parliament answer the law-making body of the United Kingdom question representative answer a person who represents, or speaks for, a group of people question constitution answer a set of laws that describes how a government works question constitutional monarchy answer a government in which a monarch is the head of state but has limited […]

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Northwestern Europe Region Map

question Thames River answer question English Channel answer question Irish Sea answer question North Sea answer question Northern European Plain answer question Alps answer question Atlantic Ocean answer question Rhine River answer question Seine River answer question Elbe River answer question Bay of Biscay answer question Danube River answer question France answer question Luxembourg answer […]

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Northwestern Europe chapter 11, lesson 1, 2 and 3

question The —– and the —- plain is an area of relatively flat land that’s good for farming answer Northern and Great question The — systems and fertile soil make an area good for farming answer River question The Southern edge of the plains is covered in —–, a fine, rich kind of soil left […]

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Western Europe, Lesson 2: Western Central Region

question Cyclone answer a severe windstorm characterized by spiraling winds question deciduous answer referring to trees that lose their leaves in the fall question dike answer dam question loess answer fine-grained, fertile soil question mistral answer a strong, dry, cold, north or northwestern wind that blows in France question polder answer land below sea level […]

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CHAPTER 10-A New Civilization Emerges in Western Europe

question Middle Ages: answer The period in western European history between the fall of the Roman Empire and the 15th century. question During the Middle Ages, how was Western Europe organized? answer It was broken up into feudal kingdoms question Manorialism: answer System of economic and political relations between landlords and their peasant laborers during […]

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