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5 Matching questions

  1. Charles V
  2. Edward VI
  3. Spanish Armada
  4. Clement VII
  5. Sea Beggars
  1. a Son of Jane Seymour and Henry VII. His nobles followed Protestant policies. Died in 1553. His half sister Mary came into power.
  2. b In 1588, the English navy defeated the _________ _________ signaling the 'beginning of the end' of Spanish dominance in Europe.
  3. c Calvinist leaders that gained control of some ports in the Northern Spanish Netherlands.
  4. d Pope that declared Henry VII was the Defender of the Faith.
  5. e Hapsburg monarch who served as both king of Spain and HR Emperor and tried to outlaw Protestantism in the empire.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. English Church
  2. The Southern Catholic provinces united with the Northern Protestant provinces against Spain.
  3. After St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, Elizabeth the I signed it to provide English soldiers and cavalry to the Netherlands (1585)
  4. Result of the disagreement between Henry VIII and the Pope, created the Church of England or Anglican Church which was separate from the Catholic Church, still left little room for religious freedom
  5. Church offices granted by the ruler of the state or the pope to an individual. The selling of positions.

5 True/False questions

  1. Spanish NetherlandsWas the Protestant country that was controlled by Spain, and therefore was in constant revolt against Spain.


  2. Thirty Year's WarA religious war between the Catholics and Protestants, which resulted in the political restructuring of Europe and the development of nation states - the Dutch Republic, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, granted religious freedom in many parts of Europe and encouraged the secularization of government.


  3. SwedenOne of the winners of the 30YW.


  4. Defender of the FaithVicious battles in underground mines and counter mines dug around the city (1579)


  5. CalvinSpanish Catholic that mocked the medieval notions of chivalry with his book Don Quixote. He was the "greatest Spanish author of all time."