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Global History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 16/40 - REGENTS ALIGNED

Global History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 16/40 - REGENTS ALIGNED
Global History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 16/40 - REGENTS ALIGNED
Global History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 16/40 - REGENTS ALIGNED
Global History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 16/40 - REGENTS ALIGNED
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The Commercial Revolution, the Renaissance, rise of capitalism, the guild system, banking systems, trade fairs, the Hanseatic League, joint stock companies, shareholders, entrepreneurs, the bourgeoisie, trading centers, along waterways, economic system, transformation in global trade, 1300-1600, people become more aware of the outside world, commercial centers, merchants, trade routes, demand for new products, monarchs centralize their power over nations, feudalism declines in western Europe, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, William Shakespeare, Nicolaus Copernicus, revival of Greek and Roman culture, Greco-Roman culture, Italian city-states, humanism, golden age of Greece, fall of the Roman Empire, the Crusades, access to important trade routes, Italy grew wealthy from trade between Europe and Asia, location near the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, revival of classical culture, wealthy patrons, arts and education, period of great intellectual and artistic creativity, humanist philosophers, people should study worldly as well as sacred matters, the importance of the individual, secularism, secular achievements were emphasized, cultures of Greece and Rome were revived and imitated, investigating areas of interest and fulfilling one's potential, emphasis on the human form, focus on individual achievement, Niccolo Machiavelli, the Prince, a wise ruler does what is necessary to stay in power, advises rulers to establish and maintain power, "the end justifies the means," leaders may use any method to achieve what is best for the state, 'better to be feared than loved'
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