5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Mary (Queen of Scots)
- Battle of Lepanto
- Advice on the Reform of the Church
- Sea Beggars
- a Abdicated Scottish throne due to the scandal; imprisoned and eventually executed by Elizabeth I.
- b Book that blamed church for problems and called for reforms that would convince the Protestants to return to the the Catholic Church.
- c Calvinist leaders that gained control of some ports in the Northern Spanish Netherlands.
- d Phillip II's war against the Ottoman Empire in defense of the Catholic Church
- e Leader of the Scottish Calvinists that preached the people could overthrow a corrupt prince to defend their beliefs and God's beliefs. He thought of the government as capitalist. Government had certain obligations to the people.
5 Multiple choice questions
- One of the winners of the 30YW.
- Swedish king who led the Swedes to victory at the Battle of Luzten.
- Lieutenant of Phillip II who checked Protestant gains by internal church reforms. He wanted to break down local autonomy of the Netherlands.
- A special body of enforcing moral discipline that was set up as a court to oversee the moral life and doctrinal purity of the Genevans; had the right to punish people who deviated from the church's teachings and moral principals. (Council of 12 church elders)
- Son of Jane Seymour and Henry VII. His nobles followed Protestant policies. Died in 1553. His half sister Mary came into power.
5 True/False questions
companionate marriage → Marriage based on love; gave wives equality with their husbands.
Melancthon → English monarch who annoyed the Spanish by sending aid to the Dutch rebels and executing her Catholic cousin, Mary Queen of Scots.
Anne Boleyn → Young court woman that Henry VII wanted to marry.
Zwingli vs. Catholic → 8000 Catholics vs. 1000 Zwingli. The Catholic church won and led to the decline of the Zwingli of religion.
Treaty of Munster → Document that recognized the Dutch Netherlands' independence from Spain (1648)