This test covers material from World History Patterns of Interaction chapters 12-21. Below are terms you should be familiar with.

 

Chapter 12

Tang Dynasty

Tang Taizong

Wu Zhao

Song Dynasty

Li Po

Invention of printing, compass and gunpowder

Mongol Conquest

pastoralists

Genghis Khan

Kublai Khan

Pax Mongolica

Kamikaze

Marco Polo

Yuan dynasty

Yamato emperors

Shinto

Prince Shotoku

Heian Age

Tale of Genji

Samurai

Bushido

Shogun

Kamakura

Daimyo

Francis Xavier

Japan under the Tokugawa

Zen

Khmer Empire

Angkor Wat

Koryu Dynasty

 

Chapter 13

Middle Ages

Franks

Monasteries

Benedict

Secular

Charles Martel

Carolingian Dynasty

Charlemagne

Feudalism

Vikings

Longboat

Vassal

Fief

Serf

Knights

Chivarly

Manor

Tithe

Clerrty

 

Chapter 14

High Middle Ages

Gothic Cathedrals

Commercial Revolution

Three-field system

Burghers

Guild

Monasteries

Benedictine rule

simony

Heresy

Inquisition

Francis of Assisi

Gothic style architecture

William the Conqueror

Battle of Hastings

Henry II of England

Common law
Thomas Aquinas

scholastics

The Crusades

Pope Urban II

Saladin

Richard the Lion-Hearted

Reconquista

Inquisition

Holy Land

Consequences of the Crusades

vernacular

Joan of Arc

Siege of Orleans

Magna Carta

Parliament

Estates-General

Pope Boniface VIII

Avignon

Great Schism

John Wycliffe

John Huss

“little ice age”

Black Death or bubonic plague

Hundred Years’ War

Longbow

 

Chapter 15

Lineage

Stateless societies

Patrilineal

Matrilineal

Maghrib

Ghana

Gold and salt trade

Sundiata

Mansa Musa

 Ibn Battuta

Songhai

Benin

Swahili

City of Kilwa

Great Zimbabwe

 

Chapter 16

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Anasazi

Hopewell

Mound Builders

Iroquois

Maya

Tikal

Glyphs

Codex

Popul Vuh

Tenochtitlan

Aztec

Quetzalcoatl

Chinampas

Montezuma II

Inca

Ayllu

Mita

Mancu Picchu

Atahualpa

Quipu

Cuzco

 

 Chapter 17

Renaissance

Dante

Vernacular

secular

Humanism

Petrarch

Raphael

Castiglione

Isabella d’Este

Medici Family

Florence

Donatello

Machiavelli

Michelangelo

Leonardo da Vinci

Thomas More

Erasmus

Christine de Pizan

Johann Gutenberg

Protestant Reformation

Savonarola

Erasmus

Sir Thomas More

Gutenberg Bible

Martin Luther

95 Theses

indulgences

Pope Leo X

Tetzel

Wittenberg

Peace of Augsburg

German Peasants’ Revolt

John Calvin

Henry VIII

Catherine of Aragon

Anne Boleyn

Church of England

Predestination

Theocracy

John Knox

Anabaptists

Huguenots

Catholic Reformation

Council of Trent

Ignatius Loyola

Jesuits

Pope Paul III

Index of Forbidden Books

Counter-Reformation

 

Chapter 18

Ottomans

Sultan

Mehmed II

1452 conquest of Constantinople

Suleyman the Lawgiver

Devshirme system

Janissaries

Safavids

Ismail

Shah

Tamerlane

Babur

Mughal Empire

Akbar

Jahangir

Shah Jahan

Taj Mahal

Aurangzeb

Nanak

Sikhs

 

Chapter 19

God, Gold, Glory

Bartholomeu Dias

Prince Henry the Navigator

Vasco da Gama

Line of Demarcation

Treaty of Tordesillas

Dutch East India Company

Ming Dynasty

Admiral Zheng He

Matteo Ricci

Manchus

Qing Dynasty

Kangxi

Lord Macartney’s mission to China

Daimyo

Tokugawa Shogunate

Haiku

Kabuki

Closed Country Policy

Zen Buddhism

 

Chapter 20

Age of Exploration

Caravel

Christopher Columbus

Verrazano

Champlain

Henry Hudson

John Cabot

Columbian Exchange

Transatlantic slave trade

Montezuma

Hernan Cortes

Malinche

Conquistador

Atahualpa

Pizarro

Machu Picchu

Encomienda

Mestizo

Bartolome de Las Casas

Charles V

New France

Jamestown

Pilgrims

Puritans

New Netherlands

Triangular Trade

Middle passage

Columbian Exchange

Capitalism

Joint-stock company

Mercantilism

Favorable balance of trade

 

Chapter 21

Philip II

Battle of Lepanto

Armada

El Greco

Velazquez

Cervantes

Dutch Revolt

Dutch Republic

Dutch East Indies Company

Rembrandt

French Religious Wars of the 16th century

Henry IV of Navarre

Edict of Nantes

Hugenots

Cardinal Richelieu

Intendants

Hapsburgs

Descartes

Thirty Years War

Treaty of Westphalia

Mercantilism

Louis XIV

Colbert

Versailles Palace

Balance of Power

Sun King

War of the Spanish Succession

Ivan IV

Romanovs

Peter the Great

westernization

Great Northern War

Maria Theresa

Prussia

Hohenzollerns

Frederick William I

Junkers

Frederick II

Seven Years War

James I

Divine Right

King James Bible

Charles I

English Civil War

Oliver Cromwell

Cavaliers

Roundheads

New Model Army

Puritans

Charles II

Habeas Corpus Act

James II

Glorious Revolution

Bill of Rights

William and Mary

Absolute Monarchy