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Studying for History 101 - Summary
These convenient flashcards cover important historical topics, including ancient Greek history, the Middle Ages, the Reformation and more. You can use these flashcard sets to memorize key definitions, dates, events and historical figures. Topics you can expect to review include:
- Prehistory of Western civilization
- History of ancient Greece
- The Roman Empire
- The Dark and Middle Ages
- The Renaissance and Reformation
How They Work
These interactive flashcards are particularly effective because you can repeat terms as many times as needed until you've committed them to memory.
- Open a flashcard set for the history topic you're studying.
- Identify the image, word, name or event on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
1. Assessing Contributions of Important Figures in Early Western Civilization
After finishing History 101, you know so much about important figures who played a role in early Western civilization. These prompts will let you showcase your knowledge and depth of understanding.
2. Analyzing Empires & Societies in Early Western Civilization
Having completed History 101, you understand quite a bit about early Western empires and societies. Use these prompts to test your own knowledge and depth of comprehension.
Western Civilization Prehistory Flashcards
This set of flashcards covers the fascinating period of prehistory. You will learn about the technologies, peoples, and lifestyles of this era, from Europe to Asia.
Ancient Greek History Flashcards
This set of flashcards covers more than two thousand years of ancient Greek history. You will learn about the fascinating events which took place between the rise of Minoan civilization and the death of Socrates.
Rise & Fall of the Roman Empire Flashcards
Study these flashcards to check your understanding of the history of the Roman Empire, from its beginnings to the very end. Go over the kings, emperors and wars that shaped this civilization.
Dark Ages Flashcards
Use these flashcards to check your understanding of important people, events, and developments during the Dark Ages. Most notably, you'll study how the fall of the Roman Empire led to cultural, religious, and governmental changes.
Middle Ages Flashcards
Revisit the ups and downs of the Middle Ages using this comprehensive flashcard set. You'll review the hierarchy of feudalism and the decline of the power of the Church, along with key weapon and agricultural developments.
This flashcard set will help you examine the notable changes in thinking, art and government during the Renaissance period. Quiz yourself on influential figures of the Renaissance, as well as religious changes and revolutionary inventions.
Use this flashcard set to review influential figures in the Protestant Reformation and the key conflicts that occurred throughout Europe during this time. You'll also study the religious viewpoints that ignited this tumultuous time.
This set of flashcards covers the topic of European colonialism, with an emphasis on the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. You will learn about some of the most influential figures, ideas, and conflicts of this era.
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Other chapters within the History 101: Western Civilization I course
- History of Ancient Greece
- Hellenism and the Athenian Achievement
- The Rise of the Roman Republic
- The Fall of the Roman Empire
- The Dark Ages
- The Early Middle Ages
- The Medieval Warm Period
- The High Middle Ages
- The Late Middle Ages
- The Renaissance
- The Age of Exploration
- The Reformation
- The Elizabethan Era