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16 terms

AP Euro Ch's 12 and 13

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absolutism
strong centralized monarchies where royal power dominated over nobles and regional authorities
Act of Supremacy (1534)
English Parliament declares Henry VIII is head of English Church, not pope
Peace of Augsburg (1555)
HRE: regional ruler decides religion; Lutheranism=legal
Council of Trent (1563)
reclaiming and reassuring Catholic doctrines
Calvinists
anti-monarchy, anti-Catholic, pro-democracy, pro-capitalism, predestination, decentralization, no heirarchial rule, local leadership, restrained, simple
presbyters
elders
Counter-Reformation
centralized Episcopalian church system>stressed obedience of single leader/monarch
Religious Pluralism
tolerence of multiple religions
Catholicism
more strict, centralized, mannerism (art), obedience to authority
Politiques
rulers who prefered political peace over religious uniformity, religiously tolerant to avoid trouble
Huguenots
French Protestants
Edict of Fontainebleau (1540)
French Prots. subject to Inquisition
Edict of Chateaubriand (1551)
Henry II against Protestants
Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis
ended French Habsburg-Valois wars>moment of peace
Guise family
pwfl, tried to ctrl France, pro-Catholic
Bourbon and Montmorency families
Huguenots, political leaders of French Protestand Resistance, anti-Guise