Absolutism and the Enlightenment
When one ruler is in charge.
|Saint Petersburg, Russia|| |
Capital of Russia on the Baltic Sea
|Navagation Acts|| |
Addss taxs to goods. Has to go through English Ports. All goods in and out of Great Brittain on English Ships though Brittish Ports.
|Louis XIV of France|| |
Louis the 14th a.k.a Sun King, Leader of the French Empire part of French-Bo'urbon Dynasty. One of the most demanding leaders of all time.
|Ivan IV of Russia|| |
King of Russia actuallr a Czar. Notoriusly named Ivan The Terrible. He was very odd. He even killed his own son
A piece of land that Austria owns but Prussia (Germany) wants it.
|Peter I of Russia|| |
Ivan's son, Expanded to Baltic Sea. Conqured Sweden, Immitated the ways of the west. Built Saint Pete like how Louis built Vesaliees. Named after himself. Not a Saint Though.
|Elizabeth I of England|| |
Queen of England
|French and Indian War|| |
War between, English America, vs French Louisiana sides with Native Americans, Looks to stop westward expansion.
Capital of France. A palace that Louis XIV built. 15 miles outside of Paris.
|Cardinal-Duc de Richelieu|| |
Advisor for Louis the XIII
|Louis XIII of France|| |
King of France part of Bourbon, Louis 14th father.
|John Locke|| |
A philosipher for the enlightenment
A philosipher for the enlightenment, came up with law book called Of laws and Punishments.
|Adam Smith|| |
A philosipher during the enlightenment. Came up with laws
|Mary Wollstonecraft|| |
A a philosopher during the enlightenment. Credited with the ideas of womens rights to learn. Fought and won the right of modern day womens rights.
|King Charles I of England|| |
King from 1625-1649 lead during Puritan and Pilgrim war of the Age of Absolutism.
Piece of land in current Germany. Had only two kings and a major factor in reuniteing Germany in the 1800's
|Sun King|| |
Name for King Louis the 14th of France
|King Charles II of England|| |
Ran during 1660-1685
|King James II of England|| |
King from 1685-1688 king ran away from Glorius Revolution or the Bloodless revolution.
|King James Stuart I of England and Scotland|| |
Took over English monarcy because he was the only living relative to Elizabeth the I and also King of Scotland from 1601-1625 Jamestowne, Virginia is named in his honor.
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