HIEU 201 Test 8

Liberty HIEU 201 Test 8 Answers

  1. The two states in the early modern period that were most successful in consolidating the power of the central government were
  2. Which of the following was NOT a factor in expansionist activities of the sixteenth century?
  3. According to your textbook, England and the Netherlands were in the forefront of large-scale commercial expansion in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
  4. The reign of Louis XIV is usually seen as a model of royal absolutism because
  5. Mercantilism is best described as
  6. According to the textbook, which of the following was the greatest test Elizabeth I faced?
  7. According to your textbook, The Atlantic slave trade was stimulated by a decline in the population of native peoples in the New World.
  8. By the 16th and 17th centuries, spiritual sins had become secular crimes, punishable by the state.
  9. According to the textbook, there was a change in the attitude of the elite toward the ordinary people. Why did this change occur?
  10. According to the textbook, African slaves were more likely to be worked to death in which of the following locations?
  11. According to your textbook, after her death, the English looked back on the reign of Elizabeth I as a failed experiment in female monarchy.
  12. According to your textbook, in France, the form of monarchical power that developed in the early modern period was known as absolutism.
  13. Which of the following was the first European state to engage in overseas expansion?
  14. Which of the following Spanish rulers consolidated power for the crown, unifying Spain under one Church and one people?
  15. Which of the following countries established a lasting representative government and also became the first to leave its people to their own religious preferences, in effect, granting a form of religious liberty unknown to the Continent?
  16. True or False: According to your textbook, of the English, French, Spanish, and Germans, only the Germans were unable to achieve national unity during the early modern period.
  17. According to the textbook, Russia became a unified state under the authoritative rule of Ivan the Terrible.
  18. The growth of royal power in England through the sixteenth century
  19. According to your textbook, Western Europeans were the first to be involved in the African slave trade.
  20. True or False: According to your textbook, the majority of those accused of witchcraft, even in the 13th century, were women.
  21. According to the lecture, “The Age of Discovery,” one of the most important economic theories that contributed to European expansion was mercantile capitalism.
  22. According to the lecture, “The Age of Discovery,” what factors listed below contributed to European expansion?
  23. According to the lecture, “The Age of Discovery,” Prince Henry the Navigator:
  24. According to the lecture, “The Age of Discovery,” which of the following was an effect of European expansion?
  25. According to the lecture, “The Birth of the Modern State,” the upheaval associated with events like the Thirty Years’ War and the Reformation prevented German unification.
  26. According to the website, ”Discovery of a New World,” Amerigo Vespucci, in his southern voyage,
  27. According to the BBC article, ”Spanish Armada,” the preparation of the Armada for invading England took how many years?
  28. According to the website, ”Discovery of a New World,” Vespucci was the first to register the existence of a new world, greater in population and animals than Europe.
  29. According to the website, ”Discovery of a New World,” which of the following motivated Portuguese exploration for new sea routes?
  30. According to the BBC article, ”Spanish Armada,” what event changed Philip’s refusal to invade England?
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