Unit I Transition to the Modern Era

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Venice

Vasco Balboa

Normans

Gothic

Florence

from the New World

from the Old World

Brazil

Erasmus

United Kingdom

East-West Schism

Road to Canossa

Bubonic Plague

East India Company

1000-1300

capitalism

Amerigo Vespucci

Fourth Crusade

Avignon Captivity

humanism

Machiavelli

Durer

Silk Road

Columbian Exchange

Holy Roman Empire

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replaced Romanesque architecture

leading city of the early Renaissance

the name: Americas

maize, potatoes, tomatoes, vanilla, rubber trees, tobacco, syphilis

separation of Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches in 1054

city that controlled most of the spice trade to the rest of Europe

joint stock company

the many overload roads carry goods from the orient to Europe.

High Middle Ages

the ends justify the means

Pope Gregory VII verses Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV

the philosophy of the Renaissance

where most Africans slaves were taken

trade and productivity are largely privately owned and operated for profit

Black Death

transfers of animals, plants, population, diseases, ideas, technology, between the Americas and Afro Eurasian hemisphere

Greatest Artist of the Northern Renaissance, liked engraving

Latins destroying the city of Constantinople

invaded England in 1066

discovered Pacific Ocean by crossing Panama

modern state of Germany and surrounding territory

England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland

citrus, apples, bananas, onions, coffee, wheat, rice, horses, cows, chickens

Prince of the Humanists

seventy years, 7 Popes living in France influenced by French king


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