#1. Basin - a natural depression on the earth's surface, typically containing water. #2. Aquifier - a body of permeable rock that can contain or transmit groundwater. #3. Canopy - the uppermost tre...
Kishcg52|5 years ago|±0|2 views
History exam two
#1. an american dilemma - a 1944 study on race relations by Gunnar Myrdal who described all of the painful obstacles that occurred for him, it sold many copies. #2. the american century - the 20th ...
laceycarnes|8 years ago|±0|11 views
#1. Gregory the great - the pope that filled the power vacuum in Europe #2. prontifex Maximus - a title of high priest #3. franks - a German tribe, means free, first large empire since Rome. #4. cl...
Jade_Russell|5 years ago|±0|4 views
The break with Rome
#1. how did henry viii disobey the pope? - by getting divorced by Catherine of Aragon when he was a catholic so he could marry Anne Boleyn #2. why did Henry viii make himself head of the church in En...
sasol|6 years ago|±0|7 views
History - Questions
#1. Castes - social class that a person belongs to by birth #2. Dasas - skin color #3. Ramayana - Ramayana #4. Karma - the actions of a person, that determines the fate in the next life #5. Brahma...
joebruce|6 years ago|±0|9 views
#1. Ghazis - Warriors of Islam #2. Sultan - Supreme political and military ruler #3. Ankara - This is where Timur the Lame halted the Ottoman advance in 1402. #4. Constantinople - Last important c...
koolkatklub10|10 years ago|±0|33 views
Jefferson Davis Notecards
#1. Jefferson Davis was born on June 3rd, 1808. His parents were Samuel and Jane Davis. He was born in Christian County, Kentucky, with nine other siblings. During Davis's childhood, he moved twice. H...
evidovich|8 years ago|±0|37 views
#1. assassinate - to murder an important person #2. census - a counting of a country's people #3. legion - a unit of soldiers in the ancient Roman army #4. martyr - someone who suffers or dies for...
lily|7 years ago|±0|3 views