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  1. Melancthon
  2. Consistory
  3. theocracy
  4. Sea Beggars
  5. Edict of Restitution
  1. a Lutheran that oversaw education reforms in Germany and wrote the book, On Improving the Studies of the Young.
  2. b 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)
  3. c Calvinist leaders that gained control of some ports in the Northern Spanish Netherlands.
  4. d Ferdinand's declaration that all land taken from the Catholic Church since 1555 must be returned.
  5. e A church run state.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1st Bourbon king that passed the Edict of Nantes. His famous quote: "Paris is worth a mass"
  2. Established by Duke of Alva. They burned Calvinist churches, executed leaders, and raised taxes.
  3. Hapsburg king of Spain who chose Catholic rule incited the revolt in the Spanish Netherlands.
  4. French document signed by Henry IV in 1598 which granted Huguenots some measure of religious freedom.
  5. Book that blamed church for problems and called for reforms that would convince the Protestants to return to the the Catholic Church.

5 True/False questions

  1. Peace of Westphalia1555 document signed in the HRE which allowed each German prince to choose the religion for his principality (Cuius regio, eius religio)

          

  2. BohemiaPortion of the HRE in which Protestants rebelled against the Austrian Hapsburgs in 1681.

          

  3. Diet of WormsCalvinist leaders that gained control of some ports in the Northern Spanish Netherlands.

          

  4. Cardinal GranvelleLieutenant of Phillip II who checked Protestant gains by internal church reforms. He wanted to break down local autonomy of the Netherlands.

          

  5. Treaty of Munster1555 document signed in the HRE which allowed each German prince to choose the religion for his principality (Cuius regio, eius religio)