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High School Ancient History, Exam 4
Essay Questions How did humanism, which placed the individual at the center of creation, vary from medieval thinking, and how great an i...
High School Ancient History Lesson 28: Martin Luther and Protestant Revolutionary Thought
Make note of the devastating revolution against the Roman Catholic Church led by Martin Luther, but also the consequences of that revoluti...
High School Ancient History Lesson 27: Christian Humanism and the Beginning of Religious Rebellion
Note the beginning of the religious revolution and how and why it took place. Fill in the outline with your notes. I. Background to th...
High School Ancient History Lesson 26: Machiavelli versus Erasmus: Realism versus Idealism
Note that with the modem perspective of the individual, changes in politics and perspectives of human nature in general were to follow. ...
High School Ancient History, Exam 3
Essay Questions What were the causes for the decline of the feudal system? Comment on the open expanding frontier as being one of the m...
High School Ancient History Lesson 25: The Italian Renaissance: the Beginning of the Modern Era
Note the emergence of the modern ideal with the concentration on the individual as the determinant factor in his life. Complete the foll...
High School Ancient History Lesson 24: The End of the Medieval Era
Note the unique developments that were to take place that led to the decline of the Medieval Era and the rise of the Modern Era. Complet...
High School Ancient History Lesson 23: The Church in the Middle Ages part I I
Note that with the abuses within the Roman Catholic Church that there began a gradual decline of Church power and prestige and the beginni...
High School Physical Science, Test 2
Physical Science, Test 2 1. A box weighing 50N is picked up from the ground and placed on a shelf. What additional information do you ne...
High School Ancient History Lesson 22: The Church in the Middle Ages part I
Note that with the need for security, the Roman Catholic Church became so powerful and dominant that no monarch dared to question it's ...
High School Ancient History Lesson 21: The Expanding Medieval Frontier
Note that contrary to the idea that the Middle Ages was a Dark Age, that tremendous expansion actually took place -territoriality, sociall...
High School Ancient History Lesson 20: Fuedalism and the Emergence of Medieval Society
Note the attainment of security during such chaotic times with the emergence of a very unique relationship -feudalism. Note the tremendous...
High School Ancient History Lesson 19: Charlemagne: The Consolidation of the Empire
Note the attainment of security for the first time since the fall of Rome with the emergence of a true Western society under the leadershi...
February 2019 Snapshot Summary
February 2019 Snapshot Summary February was full of snow days and since we live an hour and a half away from Sam's col...
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