5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Bad Charles V
- Good Frederick the Great
- Describe Henry's third wife and his life with her.
- As an Absolute monarch AND now the head of the church in England, what can Henry do now?
- Good Louis XIV
- a He can divorce Catherine and re-marry someone who will provide a son (heir)!
- b -Chose Jean-Babtise Colbert as expert in finance which resulted in economic improvements, a large army, and exploration
- c Encouraged religious tolerance and legal reform
Acquired Silesia making Prussia a world power
- d -continuous wars drained spain's financial and human resources
- e His third wife is Jane Seymour, who dies after giving birth to a SON! (Edward) She was his favorite wife and was later buried with her (even after having other wives, too) lol
5 Multiple choice questions
- Her parents are Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain which gives Henry connections.
- He had to get special permission from the Pope in order to marry Catherine of Aragon.
- -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
- Gained black sea, poland, expanded into central europe
- 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.
5 True/False questions
Bad Henry IV → -Had trouble solving financial problems
(corrupt taxing system)
bad Catherine " " → Westernized only half of russia, creating a gap... one half is different than the other
Edward VI → 10 years old at reign, dies at 16!!!!
(His uncle helped him-- regent)
Bad Maria Theresa ???? → She inherited territories such as the germans, Hungarians, Italians,etc... so there were conflicts of language and religion
-She did nothing to solve those conflicts
What are the major obstacles of Elizabeth I → "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