Term Chaser: For THE WESTERN HERITAGE by Kagan, Ozment, and Turner

For my freshmen students in H104, sections 7 and 8, Fall 2016.  Term chaser for the secondary text.

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Secondary text for H104.

Term Chaser, Autumn 2016; Birzer

For Kagan, Ozment, and Turner: THE WESTERN HERITAGE

 

Chapters 1-5

Culture

Code of Hammurabi

Persian Empire

Cyrus

Darius

Monotheism

Mycenaeans

Polis

Agora

Hoplite

Sparta

Athens

Solon

Clisthenes

Ionian Rebellion

Marathon

Athenian Democracy

Great Peloponnesian War

The Three Great Greek Intellectuals

Hellenistic

Philip of Macedon

Alexander the Great

Epicureans

Stoics

Etruscans

Patrician

Plebian

Consuls

Proconsulship

Senate

Assembly

Tribunes

First Punic War

Second Punic War

Hannibal

Scipio

Humanitas

The Gracchi

First Triumvirate

Julius Caesar

Second Triumvirate

Octavian

Cicero

Law (jus gentium/jus naturae)

Vergil

Jesus

Paul of Tarsus

Catholicism

Barbarian Invasions

Division of Empire

Byzantine East

 

Chapters 6-14

Germanic migrations

Justinian

Corpus Juris Civilis

Muhammad

Muslim

Mecca

Caliphate

Shi’a

Sunna

Anthony of Egypt

Iconoclasm

Charles Martel

Fiefs

Papal States

Charlemagne

Holy Roman Empire

Alcuin

Vikings

Feudal Society

Three-field system

Otto I

Cluny

Investiture Struggle

Crusades

Pope Innocent III

Fourth Lateran Council

Franciscans

Dominicans

William the Conqueror

Magna Carta

Thomas a Becket

Romanesque architecture

Gothic architecture

Scholasticism

Black Death

Hundred Years’ War

Unam Sanctam

Jan Huss

Humanism

Petrarch

Dante

Civic Humanism

Leonard da Vinci

Raphael

Michaelangelo

Pope Alexander VI

Nicolo Machiavelli

Printing Press

Erasmus

Hernan Connor Cortes

Bartolome de Las Casas

Thomas a Kempis

Martin Luther

Justification by Faith Alone

Indulgence

Peasants’ Revolt

Ulrich Zwingli

Anabaptists

Conrad Grebel

Munster

John Calvin

Geneva

Augsburg

Act of Supremacy

Ignatius of Loyola

Council of Trent

Saint Bartholomew’s Day Massacre

Protestant Resistance Theory

Edict of Nantes

Elizabeth I

The Armada

Treaty of Westphalia

Glorious Revolution

Nicolaus Copernicus

Ptolemaic System

Galileo Galilei

Isaac Newton

Francis Bacon

Thomas Hobbes

John Locke

 

 

 

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