5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the legacy of Elizabeth I?
- How does Henry marrying his dead brother's wife, Catherine of Aragon (wife number 1), show Absolute power?
- Bad Frederick the Great
- How does Henry demonstrate Absolute power with Wife 4?
- What are the major obstacles of Elizabeth I
- a Wife 4, named Anne (of Cleves) was arranged by Thomas Cromwell. Henry demonstrates absolute power by annulling the marriage, adopting her as a sister, and executing Cromwell, all because of her lack of beauty.
- b -The 7 yEars war didn't change the territorial situation
- c "Elizabethan Age"- peace, prosperity
Englands greatest ruler- settled religious disputes
Allowed private religious tolerance
Exploration: Granted Sir Walter Raleigh the right to establish colony in North America
- d 1. Opposition from the Catholic Monarchs
2. Mary (Queen of Scots, cousin) is also a legit CATHOLIC heir
3. Phillip II, Catholic, of Spain, send Armada to attack England
- e He had to get special permission from the Pope in order to marry Catherine of Aragon.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Because Mary I died childless, Elizabeth I followed her to throne.
- Elizabeth I
- -Gave Spanish Netherlands greater self rule (less dutch revolts)
- -Make's france strong, united, and peaceful by converting from Protestantism to Catholicism
-Edict of Nantes: ended religious conflict and civil wars
-Duke of Sully-Treasurer
- Demonstrated his power as an Absolute Monarch by changing England's religious ways in order to divorce his wife so he could have sons to follow him to throne
-The Pope declares him "Defender of the Faith"
-He wrote "In defense of the 7 sacraments"
5 True/False questions
bad Catherine " " → Westernized only half of russia, creating a gap... one half is different than the other
Edward VI → She is Catholic, so she burns 300 protestant leaders at the stake, getting the nickname "Bloody Mary". Mary married Phillip II, and dies childless, and then Phillip II goes back to Spain.
Good Louis XIV → -Even though the Palace of Versailles symbolized his power as an Absolute Monarch, it strained the French Economy
-Took away the Edict of Nantes--> weakened France
Bad Charles V → temporarily settled religious wars
1555-peace treaty of Augsburg
1529-drove turks away from Vienna
Good Charles V → -continuous wars drained spain's financial and human resources