5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- asked by newly formed Parliament to rule; restored monarchy = Restoration; Parliament passed habeas corpus
- fought for freedom of speech and religion
- Nicolaus Copernicus; sun-centered theory
- Declaration of religious tolerance (Huguenots could live, work, and worship in France)
- a What occurred during Charles II's reign of England?
- b Who developed the heliocentric theory, and what was it?
- c After Oliver Cromwell died, Charles II became king and restored the monarchy. What period is this known as?
- d What was the Edict of Nantes?
- e What were the main ideas of Voltaire?
5 Multiple choice questions
- Who was Johannes Kepler?
- What were the main ideas of Mary Wollstonecraft?
- Characteristics of the Enlightened Despots
- What are the three factors that encouraged exploration?
- Who was "Peter the Great"?
5 True/False questions
* → How ideas of Enlightenment circulated
Unified Japan; sole ruler (shogon); moved capital to Edo (later Tokyo); "tamed" the daimyo"; founded "Tokugawa Shogunate" = stability in Japan → Who was "Ivan the Terrible"?
kabuki theater (skits about modern urban life); paintings = woodblock prints (show city life); stories of self-made merchants/hardships of life; haiku poetry (images, not ideas) → Who was Tycho Brahe?
invaded Spanish Netherlands (gained 12 towns); invaded Dutch Netherlands (gained several towns and region); War of the Spanish Succession (Bourbon dynasty power increases to Spain; other countries feel threatened)
* → What did Newton discover?
Emperor --> Daimyo(landowners)/Shogon(actual ruler) --> Samurai Warriors (loyal to daimyo/shogoin) --> Peasants/Artisans/Merchants → What is the order of the English Monarchy in the 17th century?