← Ch. 10-23 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Ignatius of Loyola
- Catherine of Aragon
- Richard Arkwright
- a The most famous of the secret republican societies founded in Italy.
- b Charles I's private forces that remained loyal to him throughout the English Civil War
- c The first wife of Henry VIII and the woman whom he wished to get a divorce from.
- d He organized the Society of Jesus, the new order of Jesuits as part of the Counter-Reformation.
- e The inventor of the water frame which put textile manufacturing into factories.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Pope Leo X awarded him the title "Defender of the Faith." Ironically, this English king would eventually bring forth the English Reformation.
- A powerful league of cities and towns, which served Ferdinand and Isabella against stubborn landowners.
- Emelyan Pugachev promised the serfs land of their own and freedom from their lords, initiating a peasant revolt, the largest of the 18th century.
- This man published "The Organization of Labor."
- A devout Catholic queen. She married Philip II of Spain, upsetting English
5 True/False Questions
Philip V → The brother and successor of Frederick William IV. He concentrated on improving the Prussian army.
The Age of Rousseau → September 1792-November 1799—The Republic-Phase 2
On the Tenure of Kings and Magistrates → Written by John Milton, this defended the execution of Charles I.
Corregidores → Municipal courts meant to help divide up large territories.
Selling indulgences → These were regularly dispensed for cash payments to save people from damnation and suffering.