Ch 18: CLEP Western Civilization I Flashcards

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Explore these fun flashcard sets to deepen your knowledge of key concepts covered in the CLEP Western Civilization I course. These flashcards make the process of preparing for a test or boosting your grades simple and effective.

CLEP Western Civilization I Flashcards - Summary

Get up to speed on historic aspects of Western civilization using these interactive flashcard sets. Each set covers a unique topic, allowing you to pace your studies as you closely examine the Dark Ages, Ancient Greece and more. Completing these flashcard sets will help you feel confident in your knowledge of topics explored in the CLEP Western Civilization I course. These topics include:

  • Western civilization prehistory
  • History of Ancient Greece
  • The Roman Empire's rise and fall
  • Dark and Middle Ages
  • Renaissance and Reformation
  • Colonialism

How They Work

Flashcards simplify the study process by enabling you to use repetition to memorize topics covered in the CLEP Western Civilization I course and identify concepts you need to focus on.

  • Open a flashcard set for the topic you're studying.
  • Identify the word, concept or name 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.

8 Lessons in Chapter 18: CLEP Western Civilization I Flashcards
Western Civilization Prehistory Flashcards

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

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

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

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

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.

Renaissance Flashcards

Renaissance Flashcards

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.

Reformation Flashcards

Reformation Flashcards

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.

Colonialism Flashcards

Colonialism Flashcards

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.

Chapter Practice Exam
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