2. divine right
3. Ruler with complete control
4. gov't and people
5. make laws that don't apply to them
believed their power is from god
name of the family dynasty that phillip ll came from?
Phillip's veiws on religion. how did accept or reject religions?
1. passed laws for all religions
2. attacked dutch
3. Very very religious
4. fought hard
What attributed Spain's decline?
3. war = very expensive
4. reliyed on America
5. Hapsburg family loses power
What did the Edict of Nantes do? Who issued it and why?
1. allows religious toleration in France and equal civil rights as catholics for Hugenots
2. made est. churches in certain spots
How long did Louis XlV rule? What was his nickname? What was the name of his royal residence? What was the name of his royal family?
1. ruled for 54 years
2. The sun king
Who was Jean Baptiste Colbert? What were his policies? Was he successful?
1. Louis XlV's finical minister
2. Mercantislism: more exports then imports
3. BIG spender
4. VERY successful
Why was France aganist the Hapsburg family?
France didn't like that the Hapsburg have more power
What war did Louis wage and what were the outcomes?
1. The Spainish succession
2. The war was very expensive
What was the name of the family dynasty that helped militarize Prussia?
Hohenzollern, they were protestan
Why was the Thirty Years War fought? What was the outcome?
1. Power struggle
2. Politcal and Religious
3. Tried to convert
4. The German princes didn't like thus the Peace of Westphalia
5. Princes can declare war, negotiate treaties
6. German state becomes independent
What was the family dynasty that helped Austria develop?
What was the Pragmatic Sanction?
1. was an edict issued by Emperor Charles VI to ensure that the Austrian throne and Hapsburg lands could be inherited by a daughter.
What was the Austrian succession? What peace ended it? What were the conditions of that agreement?
1.France doesn't like Hapsburg being rich
2. Treaty of Aix-La-Chappelle
3. Prussia is allowed to keep Silesia
4. Scramble for balance of power in europe by early 1700's
France & Spain
Catholic, France = Bourbon, Spain = Hapsburg
Britain & Dutch Netherlands
1. Advisior to Louis Xlll
2. Wants to make France powerful
Louis XlV? What does he do?
1. "I am the state"
2. Centralized power
3. Reorganizes Army/ taxes
4. Revokes Edict of Nantes
5. Builds Versailles
6. Control estates/ lives of the people
government offical who rule a certain province of France
More exports than imports
Where did Charles V govern?
austria, spain, netherlands, mulan, naples, spainish territory in america
Why did Dutch rebel aganist spain?
they were calvinist and he was trying to convert them to catholic they broke apart and declared their independence
How was Elizabeth after Dutch rebelled?
Elizabeth was afraid that spain was going to invade england because they were protestant
Then what did they do after rebelling?
built army/ armada
elzabteh also sent sea dogs to destroy the armada
england did destroy it
Sea dogs? and example?
a pirate, Sir Francis Drake
Louis XIV place?
Louis XIV brother Louis?
no heir didn't like that it was transferring through countries
Why was Henry IV catholic?
because France was catholic so he was
Cardinal Rich. things?
1.denies Hugenots the right to fortify laws and towns
2. no dueling/ fueding
3. encouraged nobility to trade over seas