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  1. Bad Charles V
  2. Good Frederick the Great
  3. Describe Henry's third wife and his life with her.
  4. As an Absolute monarch AND now the head of the church in England, what can Henry do now?
  5. Good Louis XIV
  1. a He can divorce Catherine and re-marry someone who will provide a son (heir)!
  2. b -Chose Jean-Babtise Colbert as expert in finance which resulted in economic improvements, a large army, and exploration
  3. c Encouraged religious tolerance and legal reform
    Acquired Silesia making Prussia a world power
  4. d -continuous wars drained spain's financial and human resources
    -scattered empire
  5. 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

  1. Her parents are Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain which gives Henry connections.
  2. He had to get special permission from the Pope in order to marry Catherine of Aragon.
  3. -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
  4. Gained black sea, poland, expanded into central europe
  5. 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

  1. Bad Henry IV-Had trouble solving financial problems
    (corrupt taxing system)


  2. bad Catherine " "Westernized only half of russia, creating a gap... one half is different than the other


  3. Edward VI10 years old at reign, dies at 16!!!!
    (His uncle helped him-- regent)


  4. 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



  5. 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