History: Richard I

Plato – (430-347 BCE) qas a disciple of Socrates whose cornerstone of thought was his theory of Forms, in which there was another world of perfection.
Socrates 470 BCE – emphasis on process of questioning and dialogue with students
What is a dynasty? – The time when the Han family ruled.
1095 – first crusade at clermont, france
League of Nations – an assembly of nations that worked to settle international disputes and encourage democracy
Third Crusade – also known as the Kings' Crusade, was an attempt by European leaders to reconquer the Holy Land from Saladin (Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb). It was largely successful, capturing Acre, Jaffa, and reversing most of Saladin's conquests, but failed to capture Jerusalem, which was the emotional and spiritual fixation of the Crusade. Also called the "Crusade of Kings" because led by Richard the Lion-Hearted and his French and German counterparts.
Bandage – A strap, ring, or chain placed around a structure to secure and hold its parts together, as around the springing of a dome.
Squre deal – reforms sposored by Roosevalt administration.
choropleth – a special purpose map that uses color to show differences in region and population
Motel – A lodging operation catering to people traveling by car, usually single story with rooms facing the parking lot, and located near a major highway.
Governor of Purtains Massachusetts Colony – Winthrop
Sitting Bull – Sioux leader who refused to give up Black Hills. Help defeat Custer's troops .
Bandage – A strap, ring, or chain placed around a structure to secure and hold its parts together, as around the springing of a dome.
First Emperor of Qin – He gave himself the title of Shi Huangdi, or First Emperor, and ruled with an absolute and ruthless hand. He quelled all internal struggles and then proceeded to expand the empire by conquering outside invaders, with the end goal of unifying China.
mosque – Muslim houses of worship
U-boats – submarines that launched torpedos against allied ships
Secession – The withdrawal of eleven Southern states from the Union in 1860 which precipitated the American Civil War.
nepotism – Favoritism shown to relatives or close friends by those in power (as by giving them jobs)

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