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Western Civilization study guide 3
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Who did Charles put in charge of the army and caused a clash with Parliament?
When did Parliament draft the Petition of Rights?
what religious group led Parliamentary opposition to the king?
In 1637 in Edinburgh, Scotland, what became of Charles's attempt to impose a new prayer book on the Scots?
Prayer Book Riots
What did Cromwell call his new type of army?
New Model Army
What act of Charles I started the English Civil War? (The casus belli of the English Civil War.)
Attempted to arrest members of Parliament in the House of Commons
What did the Test Act do?
Excluded Catholics from office in England
Who succeeded Charles II?
What was the year of England's "Glorious Revolution"?
What year did James I have the Bible translated into the common language?
What assassination attempt on James I was foiled in 1605?
What year was the Jamestown, Virginia colony founded?
What year was the Ulster Plantation?
Who did Elizabeth Stewart, daughter of James I of England, marry?
Frederick V (fifth)
What year did the Mayflower sail to America for the first time?
The Stuarts all repeatedly had problems with Parliament over _____, ______ and _______
Fiances, Religion, and Divine Right Monarchy.
What was the forest eyre?
Where they couldn't hunt on the kings land
Why did Charles revive the forest eyre?
So he could make money without having to go to parliament because they wouldn't give him any.
What were the two main provisions of the Petition of Rights that we studied?
no taxation w/o the prosent of parliament, cannot court peoples homes
What were the king's soldiers called?
What were the soldiers of Parliament called?
Which army did Oliver Cromwell lead?
What is the name of the period during which Cromwell ruled England?
What is interregnum?
What is regicide?
the action of killing kings
Who was the patron saint of the Bohemians?
How did one get to be king of Bohemia?
In 1609, when Emperor Rudolf attempted to withdraw religious toleration from the Protestants, the threat of general revolt forced the Emperor to guarantee Protestant worship by what document?
Letter of Majesty
While Rudolf was Emperor, one city was the Imperial capital, but his successor moved it to another city. These cities were.....
In revenge for moving the capital, the Estates passed a law that forbade any man from settling in Bohemia unless he could speak which language?
Who would be the king of Bohemia was of importance to all Europe because their king was also an _____ in the Holy Roman Empire.
After consideration of the dangers of refusing, the Archduke disingenuously guaranteed the Letter of Majesty. Disingenuous means that......
He had no intention of keeping his word
When Ferdinand began to violate Protestant toleration, and the Catholic deputy-governors
imprisoned some rebellious burghers, the nobles called for an assembly of Protestants. In the
two months that intervened, Protestants and Catholics worked up the people to a fever pitch,
and when the assembly met, they voted to execute the two dissenting Catholics. On the
morning of May 23, 1618 the Protestant deputies made their way toward the royal castle
followed by a large crowd. Storming into the upper room where the governors sat, the mob
____________ (what did they do to the two Catholic
threw them out the window
This act effectively began the Thirty Years' War, and is known as the
Defenestration of Prague=
Letter of Majesty
Gustavus II Adolphus was king of
Who was Frederick V of the Palatinate?
For which side did Johann Tserclaes von Tilly fight?
On a map be able to locate the Rhenish Palatinate.
The palatinate closer to the Rhine River
For whom did Maximillian I of Bavaria fight?
At the end of the Bohemian phase of the 30 years war, what was the status of Frederick V?
He is in landless exile
Which king of Denmark involved himself in the war?
For which side did Denmark fight in 1624?
_____ and Holland promised subsidies to Denmark for the war.
Whose armies were led by Wallenstein?
Which king did not honor his financial obligations to help to coalition against the empire?
Whose attempt to develop a harbor on the Baltic Sea provoked the king of Sweden to intervene in the thirty years war?
Christian IV of _____ quit the war in 1629 after repeated losses.
Which general did Saxony and Bavaria force the emperor to dismiss in 1630?
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