Reviewing for your World History Fall Semester Final

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Classical Era to Renaissance 
Classical Era:
early sources of law
philosophers
Greeks (Alexander)
Romans (Julius Caesar)

Middle Ages
feudalism
manorialism
crusades
plague
gothic architecture
church patronage
scholasticism

Renaissance (1350-1600)
Medieval to Modern
resurgence of pop. & economy (patronage)
Humanism (Petrarch, Erasmus, & More)
Spreads from Italy to NW Europe
Nation States (France, Spain, and England)
Exploration

Reformation to Enlightenment
Church abuses
Lutherís 95 big ones
Zwingli
Calvin & Geneva
Counter Reformation
Baroque Art
English Reformation
Religious Wars: Dutch Revolt, French Conflict, English/Spanish, 30 Years War (1618-1648)
Copernicus, Galileo, Newton 
Bacon, Descartes, Pascal 
English Civil War
Glorious Revolution
Louis XIV & Absolute monarchy in France
Hobbes & Locke 
Mercantilism & Mercantilist wars: Jenkins Ear, Austrian Succession, Seven Years War
Montesquieu, Voltaire, Rousseau, Adam Smith
Encyclopedia
Deism
Age of Revolutions
enclosure, crop rotation
new crops & inventions for agriculture and industry
First Industrial Rev. (GB leads: textiles, steam & coal)
New Cities
American Revolution (enlightenment impact)
French Revolution
causes: debt, social tension, finances & hunger
Bastille &Versailles 
Dec. Rights of Man
French Revolutionary Wars
Jacobins & Reign of Terror
Rise of Napoleon
Napoleonic Code
Napoleonic Wars (conquering Europe)
Continental System
Resistance to Nappy ($ from GB) Spain, Germany, Austria
Congress of Vienna 
Industrialism & the Changing Face of Europe
Nationalism
Liberalism
Socialism
Conservatism & conservative oppression
Romanticism
Chartism
Revolutions of 1848 (Italy vs. Austria, France & Nappy III, Vienna & A-H, Berlin)
Crimean War
Cavour,  Garibaldi & Italian Unification
Bismarck, Prussia & German Unification
Wars of Unification
Second Industrial Rev. (oil, chemicals, steel)
Darwin, Freud, Pasteur
Labor Unions
Marx, growth of socialism 
Cities (sanitation, electricity, etc.)
Jewish Emancipation, Zionism
Realism
Impressionism