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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- War of the League of Augsburg
- Cardinal Richelieu
- Rump Parliament
- Liberum Veto
- Cavaliers (royalists)
- a chief minister was under Louis XIII, restrict Edict of Nantes.
- b an aggressive war waged by Louis XIV against Spain and the Empire and England and Holland and other states (1689-1697)
- c Anglicans, aristrocats believed in soveriegnity in king, defended king and social order (keep low class low)
- d exploding the Diet if anyone does not like what is going on they can end the session
- e name of parliament after all the supporters of monarch left.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Series of codes passed in England to assert and increase the power of the Anglican Church by suppressing and/or discriminating against non-members of the Anglican Church. Included the Corporation Act (1661), Act of Uniformity (1662), Conventicle Act (1664), and the Five Mile Act (1665).
- chaos, eventually caused the disapperance of Poland
- chief minister, attempted to impose direct royal administration, centralizing policies provoked the Fronde. death in 1661 gave Louis XIV complete control
- Official philosopher of the church. Had ideas but never experimented on them. All mater made up of earth, water, fire and air.
- Wrote Fabrica (1543). Detailed drawing of the inner body. Replaced Galen within 50 years. Ended up working for Charles V and basically just being the doctor for a lot of Charles V's top guys.
5 True/False Questions
Oliver Cromwell → Money originally taxed to port town so they could have a navy but when time got tight it was taxed on the whole country so they could pay for a millitary.
Alchemy → German noble landlords, power over serfs, prestige gained through military service
Revocation of the Edict of Nantes 1685 → Influence by Louis XIV second wife, Madame de Maintenon, influenced him to do so. First quartered troops in Huguenots then REvoked Edict of Nantes. Considered a fanatic by protestants.
Charles II → King of England and secret Catholic. Received secret payments from Louis XIV to slowly come out of the Catholic closet.
Robert Boyle (1627-1691) → started to look at and observe the stars formations