was known as the protector of england because he would use the army to control the governemnt.
was the king of England and Scotland and he believed in the Divine Right of Kings. He also attempted to create religious liberty or independance.
was an english philosopher who was also known as the father of Liberalism. He also believed all men were born with natural rights and that it was important to know that it was the governments job to protect those rights.
Petition of Right
was a petiotion that was put together by the Parliament and was signed by King Charles I and it also challenged the idea of the Divine Right of Kings.
An Act of Parliament that reluctantly was agreed to by Charles I who said it reduced his sovereign powers, that stated that there had to be a parliament of at least 50 days duration every three years.
Treaty of Pyrenees
was a treaty that was signed by France and Spainin 1659 that stated or decided the borders between the two countries.
royal officials who collect taxes and also recruitted soldiers out to the armies and carried out policies.
was a cardinal, diplomat and a politician who served as the chief minister of France from 1642 until he died.
Thirty Years War
(1618-48) was a series of European wars that were mostly a Catholic-Protestant religious conflict. It was basically a batlte between France and their rivals the Hapsburg's, rulers of the Holy Roman Empire.
Marquis de Louvois
increased the french army by about 400,000 soldiers that were eventually going to fight in four different wars.
This was the man who influenced the power of King Louis XIII the most and tried to make France an absolute monarchy.