Absolute monarchs believed in the ________ Right of Kings, meaning that their power came from God.
Many French ______ were killed in the violense that began with the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre.
Henry IV was the first king of the ______ Dynasty.
As chief minister to Louis XIII, Cardinal Richelieu placed restriction on nobles and ______ towns.
France suppored Protestants in teh 30 Years war in an effort to weaken the _______ dynasty that ruled Austria, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire.
As Finance Minister, Colbert believed in the theory _____ and began policies aimed at making France self-sufficient.
fur and timber
What valuable trade item did the French gain from Canada? (singular please and alphabetical order) =D
Edict of Nantes
When Louis cancelled the _____, many artisans and business people fled from France.
Louis danced the lead in a ballet called _____, a title that would also be applied to him personally.
Philip of Anjou
The War of the Spanish Succession made ______ King of Spain.
AS a result of that war England gained control of _____, a fortress that controls the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea.
James I became King of England at the death of Elizabeth I, beginning the _____ Dynasty.
Charles I became king in 1625 and continued to struggle with Parliament because he always needed money for wars against ______ and Spain.
Petition of Right
Parliament forced Charles to accept the ____ in 1628. The document affirmed the right of Parliament to control taxes and forbid imprisonment without due cause.
In 1629 Charles dissolved Parliament and ruled without them until 1640 when he needed money to control a rebellion of _____ who were angered by his religious policies.
From 1642-1649 the English Civil War was fought between the King's supporters, who were called ________.
From 1642-1649 the English Civil War was fought between the King's supporters and the supporters of Parliament who were called _________.
The Puritan general who won the English Civil War was ______.(last name only)
King Charles I was tried for _____, found guilty and beheaded in a public execution.
in 1649 the new government crushed a rebellion in _____ where fighting, plague and famine killed 616,000 people.
True or False: The policies of Charlemagne promoted education and strengthened the Church.
True or False: Serfs on a manor depended on trade for many of the items they needed.
True or False: Chivalry was a code of conduct for knights, monks and serfs.
True or False: The "Book of Kells" is a beautiful illuminated manuscript.
True or False: Heretics, cardinals and archbishops were important Church officials.
True or False: After the Fall of Rome, the Franks were the most important tribe in what had been the Roman province of Gaul.
Frederick Barbarossa's desire to control the rich cities in Italy increased his power over the feudal princes in Germany.
a page was the first stage of his education to become a priest.
Bishos and archbishops were feudal lords and vassals as well as church officials.
Boiling liquids, caltrops and archers with crossbows were used to defend castles.
Pepin the Short was the first Carolingian to be king of the Franks.