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Absolutism v Constitutionalism

The Stuarts       100   200   300   400   500

England Limited
Monarchy
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France
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Absolutism
17th Century
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Conflicts
Vocabulary
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And Big ideas
WORTH:
         Who was William Laud?
MAIN


He was the Archbishop of
 Canterbury until 1645 and
 sought to emphasize the use of
 ritual and the “ beauty of
 holiness” which many English
 saw as appearing too Catholic.
                            SUBJECT: The Stuarts
WORTH:    200 300 400 500
         Who was James I (or James
MAIN          VI of Scotland)?
   He was the first Stuart King of
    England as well as the King of
    Scotland who alienated
    Parliament with his firm belief
    in the Divine Right of Kings.

                             SUBJECT: The Stuarts
WORTH:     200 300 400 500
       What was the Petition of Right?
MAIN


   This was the document limiting
    the power of the English King
    presented to Charles I in
    1628, when he needed
    money to finance his foreign
    wars.

WORTH:     200 300 400 500   SUBJECT: The Stuarts
         Who was Mary II of William
MAIN         and Mary fame?
    She was the eldest daughter of
     James II of England who
     married the Protestant
     Stadtholder of the Netherlands
     in 1677.



WORTH:      200 300 400 500   SUBJECT: The Stuarts
         Who was Queen Anne I?
MAIN



   She was the last of the Stuarts
    who died without an heir and
    outlived her many children,
    which led to the Act of
    Settlement which named Sophie
    of Hannover as the successor.

WORTH:     200 300 400 500   SUBJECT: The Stuarts
         What was the English Bill of
MAIN          Rights in 1689?

   This was the document that
    William and Mary recognized
    and signed that limited the
    power of the English King and
    guaranteed certain civil
    liberties to England’s elite.
                             SUBJECT: England Limited Monarchy
WORTH:     200 300 400 500
MAIN
       What was the Grand Remonstrance?



   This was the name of the more
    than two hundred grievances
    presented to Charles I by
    Parliament led by John Pym.


                             SUBJECT: England Limited Monarchy
WORTH:     200 300 400 500
MAIN
       Who were the Cavaliers v the
       Roundheads, Parliament v The
        King, or the Puritans v The
                 Anglicans?
   These were the two opposing
    groups in the English Civil War.

                             SUBJECT: England Limited Monarchy
WORTH:     200 300 400 500
  What was the Test Act of 1672?
MAIN



   This was the law passed by the
    English Parliament that
    required all officials of the
    crown civil and military to
    swear an oath against the
    doctrine of transubstantiation.
                           SUBJECT: England Limited Monarchy
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
         Who were the Whigs and the
MAIN              Tories?
   These were the two political
    parties formed during the reign
    of Charles II one the opposition
    party to the King led by the Earl
    of Shaftesbury, and the other
    loyal to the King.
                              SUBJECT: England Limited Monarchy
WORTH:      200 300 400 500
         What was the Palace of
MAIN          Versailles?

This was the elaborate palace built
 by Louis XIV and used to limit the
 power of the nobility by requiring
 many nobles to be present at court
 and to follow elaborate court
 protocol.
                           SUBJECT: France - Absolutism
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
         Who was Cardinal Jules
MAIN          Mazarin?

   He was the brilliant successor
    to Richelieu, a cardinal,
    former soldier, and educated
    by the Jesuit’s who was Louis
    XIV’s chief minister during his
    regency.
                           SUBJECT: France - Absolutism
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
         Who was Cardinal Armand
MAIN           Richelieu?

   He was the brilliant chief
    minister of Louis XIII who
    made the French Monarch the
    most powerful king in Europe.


                              SUBJECT: France - Absolutism
WORTH:      200 300 400 500
           What were the Parlements,
MAIN     led by the Parlement of Paris?

These were the noble courts that
 supposedly limited the power of the
 King by approving or disapproving
 royal decrees, but in fact helped the
 local nobility to keep their power
 and resist paying taxes.
                             SUBJECT: France - Absolutism
WORTH:     200 300 400 500
Who was Jean Colbert ?
MAIN  (no relation to Stephen).


 He was the brilliant finance minister of
  Louis XIV who used mercantilism or
  state control of the economy that
  maximized exports and amassed
  gold and silver bullion.

                           SUBJECT: France - Absolutism
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
         What was the War of
MAIN        Devolution?
   This was the first great foreign
    adventure of Louis XIV to
    take control of the Spanish
    Netherlands by right of his
    wife’s claims to Philip IV, the
    Spanish King.
                           SUBJECT: 17th century Conflicts
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
       What was the New Model Army
MAIN
             ( Old Ironsides)?
   This was the name of the
    Puritan Army which was
    reorganized and turned into a
    formidable fighting force by
    Oliver Cromwell.

                            SUBJECT: 17th century Conflicts
WORTH:    200 300 400 500
What was the Glorious Revolution?
MAIN




   This was the name given to
    almost bloodless overthrow of
    James II of England by
    Parliament and William and
    Mary.

                           SUBJECT: 17th century Conflicts
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
         What was the War of the
MAIN      Spanish Succession?
   This was the war that France
    fought in 1701 with The Grand
    Alliance, ( The Holy Roman
    Empire, Holland and England)
    that sought to maintain a
    balance of power in Europe.

                            SUBJECT: 17th century Conflicts
WORTH:    200 300 400 500
 MAIN


  What was the Battle of Edgehill,
          Marston Moor, Naseby,
  Lichtfield, Philipbaugh, Turnham
  Green, Langport, and Newbury?
   These were the major battles of
    the English Civil War from 1642
    to 1646.
                           SUBJECT: 17th century Conflicts
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
         Who were the Arminians?
MAIN



   These were the Anglicans who
    rejected the practices of the
    Puritans and favored a
    ritualistic, elaborate Church
    services.

                            SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Big Ideas
WORTH:    200 300 400 500
         What was the Rump
MAIN        Parliament ?
   This was the name given to the
    remnants of the English
    legislative assembly that were
    left when Presbyterians were
    barred from participating by
    Colonel Thomas Pride in 1648.
                           SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Big Ideas
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
MAIN
         What was the Restoration?
   This was the name given to the
    return of the Stuart King,
    Charles II, after the death of
    Cromwell in 1658.



                             SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Big Ideas
WORTH:     200 300 400 500
         What was The Fronde?
MAIN


   These were a series of rebellions
    against the King of France
    organized by French nobles and
    the Paris mob that forced Louis
    XIV, his mother, and Cardinal
    Mazarin to flee Paris.

                           SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Big Ideas
WORTH:   200 300 400 500
         Who were the Jansenists and
MAIN            Jansenism?
   This was the name given to the
    French opponents centered
    around the city of Port Royal
    who were opposed to the
    theological or religious
    thinking of the Jesuits.
                              SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Big Ideas
WORTH:      200 300 400 500

								
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