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Something to get done

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Date Created: 04/22/16
2016 Spring CIV 202 Study Guide Exam I  IDs: 50 pts Muhammad Ali                        Akbar             Divine Faith Taj Mahal Mughal Janissaries British East India Co.              Sepoys    Seven Years War Aurangzeb   Ming Dynasty            Ming Hung Wu       Yongle Zheng He Manila Galleon single­whip reform Manchu (Qing) Dynasty          Kangxi shogun daimyo bushido alternate residence  inside lords/outside lords         Ieyasu Tokugawa         Ashikaga Bakufu samurai St. Francis Xavier Charles I/V Erasmus  Martin Luther Diet of Worms             John Calvin predestination Henry VIII                               Elizabeth I Council of Trent Ignatius de Loyola Society of Jesus/Jesuits inquisition   indulgences printing press Council of Trent Philip II Spanish Armada              Thirty Years' War Edict of Nantes                        Bloody Mary     Essay:  The term Columbian Exchange refers to the biological, demographic, cultural, and  economic effects of contact between the Old World and the New World after the voyages of Columbus. Describe these four aspects of this exchange in relation to the emergence of a world system and global economy. Be specific. Use examples from Europe, the  Americas, the Middle East, India and the Far East.


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