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AP EUROPEAN HISTORY ABSOLUTISM AND CONSTITUTIONALISM
Peace of Westphalia
Fronde
Mercantilism
Peace of Utrecht
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
A system of economic regulations aimed at increasing the powe…
A series of treaties, from 1713 to 1715, that ended the War o…
Peace of Westphalia
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
Fronde
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
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AP European History - Absolutism and Constitutionalism
Politique
Parlement of Paris
Albrecht von Wallenstein
Petition of Right
Those in position of power that held the well-being of the st…
One of many provincial parliaments in France that served to i…
Bohemian military leader headed the forces of the Holy Roman…
1628 English document that declares rights of the subject tha…
Politique
Those in position of power that held the well-being of the st…
Parlement of Paris
One of many provincial parliaments in France that served to i…
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AP European History Chapter 16: Absolutism and Constitutionalism
popular revolts
Edict of Nantes
intendants
noblesse de robe
revolts by the people that were extremely common in the 17th…
document issued by Henry IV of France granting liberty of con…
French royal officials, typically middle-class or minor membe…
newer robe (judicial) nobility from which almost all intendan…
popular revolts
revolts by the people that were extremely common in the 17th…
Edict of Nantes
document issued by Henry IV of France granting liberty of con…
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AP European History Chapter 16: Absolutism and Constitutionalism
popular revolts
Edict of Nantes
intendants
noblesse de robe
revolts by the people that were extremely common in the 17th…
document issued by Henry IV of France granting liberty of con…
French royal officials, typically middle-class or minor membe…
newer robe (judicial) nobility from which almost all intendan…
popular revolts
revolts by the people that were extremely common in the 17th…
Edict of Nantes
document issued by Henry IV of France granting liberty of con…
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AP European History Ch. 15 Constitutionalism and Absolutism
Louis XIV
Colbert
Peter the Great
Ferdinand II
(1638-1715) Freanch monarch who build Versailles to control n…
Controller of French Finances who created mercantilist polici…
(1672-1725) Russian tsar who introduced Wester ideas such as…
Ultra-Catholic Holy Roman Emperor who wanted to re- Catholici…
Louis XIV
(1638-1715) Freanch monarch who build Versailles to control n…
Colbert
Controller of French Finances who created mercantilist polici…
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AP European History: Unit Three: Constitutionalism & Absolutism, Puritan Revolution and Constitutionalism
Puritans
Presbyterian
Anglican
James I of England
Calvinists Protestants in England. Asserted rights of Parliam…
Puritans in Scotland - Calvinism spread there by John Knox in…
English protestants belonging to the Church of England, estab…
Son of Mary Stuart (aka Mary,Queen of Scots). King of Scotlan…
Puritans
Calvinists Protestants in England. Asserted rights of Parliam…
Presbyterian
Puritans in Scotland - Calvinism spread there by John Knox in…
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European History - Absolutism + Constitutionalism
the concept of sovereignty
where does the power of sovereignty co…
HOBBES
LOCKE
the supreme authority in a state
hobbes and locke
LEVIATHAN.... man's natural state is war.... life is nasty, short a…
TWO TREATIES ON GOVERNMENT.... man's natural state is freedom.... h…
the concept of sovereignty
the supreme authority in a state
where does the power of sovereignty co…
hobbes and locke
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AP European History (Chapter 16: Absolutism and Constitutionalism)
Peace of Westphalia
Fronde
Mercantilism
Peace of Utrecht
Name of series of treaties that concluded Thirty Years War in…
Series of violent uprisings during early reign of Louis XIV t…
System of economic regulations aimed at increasing the power…
Series of treaties, from 1713-1715 that ended War of Spanish…
Peace of Westphalia
Name of series of treaties that concluded Thirty Years War in…
Fronde
Series of violent uprisings during early reign of Louis XIV t…
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AP European History - Absolutism, Constitutionalism, and the Search for Order
Absolutism
Constitutionalism
Louis XIV
Cardinal Mazarin
A system of government in which the ruler claims sole and inc…
A system of government in which rulers share power with parli…
French king who in theory personified absolutism but in pract…
Ruled France in Louis' youth; He sold new offices, raised tax…
Absolutism
A system of government in which the ruler claims sole and inc…
Constitutionalism
A system of government in which rulers share power with parli…
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AP EUROPEAN HISTORY (CHAPTER 16: ABSOLUTISM & CONSTITUTIONALISM)
moral economy
sovereignty
absolutism; absolute monarchy
divine right
Defined as a kind of inquiry focusing on how economic activit…
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god.
moral economy
Defined as a kind of inquiry focusing on how economic activit…
sovereignty
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
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AP European History: Chapter 15 (Absolutism and Constitutionalism (1589-1725))
The "Age of Crisis"
The order of social hierarchy
A culture of Patriarchal Europeans
The bread effect
Negative Occurrences: ... 1. Climate change... 2. Religious war (…
The monarch > clergy (in Catholic countries) > nobles > peasa…
In addition to being rigidly hierarchical, European societies…
Rich or poor, east or west, bread was the primary element of…
The "Age of Crisis"
Negative Occurrences: ... 1. Climate change... 2. Religious war (…
The order of social hierarchy
The monarch > clergy (in Catholic countries) > nobles > peasa…
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AP European History: Unit Three: Constitutionalism & Absolutism, Puritan Revolution and Constitutionalism
Puritans
Presbyterian
Anglican
James I of England
Calvinists Protestants in England. Asserted rights of Parliam…
Puritans in Scotland - Calvinism spread there by John Knox in…
English protestants belonging to the Church of England, estab…
Son of Mary Stuart (aka Mary,Queen of Scots). King of Scotlan…
Puritans
Calvinists Protestants in England. Asserted rights of Parliam…
Presbyterian
Puritans in Scotland - Calvinism spread there by John Knox in…
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AP European History: Unit Three: Constitutionalism & Absolutism, Puritan Revolution and Constitutionalism
Puritans
Presbyterian
Anglican
James I of England
Calvinists Protestants in England. Asserted rights of Parliam…
Puritans in Scotland - Calvinism spread there by John Knox in…
English protestants belonging to the Church of England, estab…
Son of Mary Stuart (aka Mary,Queen of Scots). King of Scotlan…
Puritans
Calvinists Protestants in England. Asserted rights of Parliam…
Presbyterian
Puritans in Scotland - Calvinism spread there by John Knox in…
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AP European History: Unit Three: Constitutionalism & Absolutism, Puritan Revolution and Constitutionalism
Puritans
Presbyterian
Anglican
James I of England
Calvinists Protestants in England. Asserted rights of Parliam…
Puritans in Scotland - Calvinism spread there by John Knox in…
English protestants belonging to the Church of England, estab…
Son of Mary Stuart (aka Mary,Queen of Scots). King of Scotlan…
Puritans
Calvinists Protestants in England. Asserted rights of Parliam…
Presbyterian
Puritans in Scotland - Calvinism spread there by John Knox in…
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AP European History: Absolutism & Constitutionalism - Unit 5, Chapter 15
Serfdom
Sovereignty
Absolutism
Totalitarianism
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
A form of government, usually hereditary monarchy, in which t…
A political system in which the government has total control…
Serfdom
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Sovereignty
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
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AP European History: Chapter 16: Absolutism and Constitutionalism in Western Europe
"Age of Crisis"
moral economy
popular revolts
absolutism
what the seventeeth century is often refered to as
the vision of a world in which community needs predominate ov…
revolts that were extremely common caused by shortages of foo…
dervied from the traditional assumption of power (heirs to th…
"Age of Crisis"
what the seventeeth century is often refered to as
moral economy
the vision of a world in which community needs predominate ov…
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European History: Absolutism & Constitutionalism
Absolutism
Whigs
Roundheads
Cavaliers
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
English political party during the English Civil War that sup…
A group consisting of puritans, country land owners, and town…
In the English Civil War (1642-1647), these were the troops l…
Absolutism
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Whigs
English political party during the English Civil War that sup…
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AP European History Chapter 16 Vocabulary: Absolutism and Constitutionalism
Peace of Westphalia
Fronde
Mercantilism
Peace of Utrecht
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
A system of economic regulations aimed at increasing the powe…
A series of treaties, from 1713 to 1715, that ended the War o…
Peace of Westphalia
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
Fronde
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
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AP European History Chapter 15 Absolutism and Constitutionalism Notecards
Peace of Westphalia
Louis XIV
Colbert
Peter the Great
A treaty that brought an end to The Eighty Years' War between…
Louis XIV (5 September 1638 - 1 September 1715), known as Lou…
Jean Baptiste 1619-1683. French politician who served as an a…
A Russian Tsar of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth c…
Peace of Westphalia
A treaty that brought an end to The Eighty Years' War between…
Louis XIV
Louis XIV (5 September 1638 - 1 September 1715), known as Lou…
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AP European History: Chapter 16: Absolutism and Constitutionalism in Western Europe
"Age of Crisis"
moral economy
popular revolts
absolutism
what the seventeeth century is often refered to as
the vision of a world in which community needs predominate ov…
revolts that were extremely common caused by shortages of foo…
dervied from the traditional assumption of power (heirs to th…
"Age of Crisis"
what the seventeeth century is often refered to as
moral economy
the vision of a world in which community needs predominate ov…
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AP European History: Absolutism & Constitutionalism - Unit 5, Chapter 15
Serfdom
Sovereignty
Absolutism
Totalitarianism
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
A form of government, usually hereditary monarchy, in which t…
A political system in which the government has total control…
Serfdom
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Sovereignty
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
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AP European History Chapters 14 & 15 Part 2: Absolutism and Constitutionalism
Defenestration of Prague
Thirty Year's War
Albert Wallenstein
Gustavus Adolphus
...
...
...
-led Sweden during 30 years war... -his domestic reforms led to…
Defenestration of Prague
...
Thirty Year's War
...
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AP European History Unit 4 Absolutism and Constitutionalism IDs
Edict of Restitution
Gustavus Adolphus (1594-1632)
Peace of Westphalia (1648)
Cardinal Richelieu (1585-1642)
1629 Decree or order by Ferdinand II in Habsburg lands that g…
Swedish Lutheran who won victories for the German Protestants…
The treaty ending the Thirty Years' War in Germany; it allowe…
Minister to Louis XIII. His three point plan: 1. Break the po…
Edict of Restitution
1629 Decree or order by Ferdinand II in Habsburg lands that g…
Gustavus Adolphus (1594-1632)
Swedish Lutheran who won victories for the German Protestants…
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AP European History Chapter 16 Vocabulary: Absolutism and Constitutionalism
Peace of Westphalia
Fronde
Mercantilism
Peace of Utrecht
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
A system of economic regulations aimed at increasing the powe…
A series of treaties, from 1713 to 1715, that ended the War o…
Peace of Westphalia
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
Fronde
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
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AP European History: Chapter 16: Absolutism and Constitutionalism in Western Europe
"Age of Crisis"
moral economy
popular revolts
absolutism
what the seventeeth century is often refered to as
the vision of a world in which community needs predominate ov…
revolts that were extremely common caused by shortages of foo…
dervied from the traditional assumption of power (heirs to th…
"Age of Crisis"
what the seventeeth century is often refered to as
moral economy
the vision of a world in which community needs predominate ov…
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AP European History - Religious Wars, Absolutism, Constitutionalism through Scientific Revolution
The Invasions of Italy
Invasions by Charles 8
Invasions by Louis 12
Actions by Francis I
The Italian city- states was attractive for invaders because…
Claimed Naples and invaded Italy in 1494.... • Had early success…
~Claimed Milan in 1498 and invaded it one year later... ~1500: a…
- Wanted further Italian expansion but checked by Charles V.…
The Invasions of Italy
The Italian city- states was attractive for invaders because…
Invasions by Charles 8
Claimed Naples and invaded Italy in 1494.... • Had early success…
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AP European History: Absolutism & Constitutionalism - Unit 5, Chapter 15
Serfdom
Sovereignty
Absolutism
Totalitarianism
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
A form of government, usually hereditary monarchy, in which t…
A political system in which the government has total control…
Serfdom
A member of the lowest feudal class, attached to the land own…
Sovereignty
Ability of a state to govern its territory free from control…
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AP European History ID Terms: Absolutism and Constitutionalism (Ch.15)
ivan the terrible
serfdom
peter the great
table of ranks
rose to the throne at age 3, at age 16 pushed aside his advis…
servants connected to the land. as landlords dmenaded more fr…
Russian ruller from 1682-1725. Succeeded in westernizing russ…
Started by Peter the great, didnt care about nobility only wa…
ivan the terrible
rose to the throne at age 3, at age 16 pushed aside his advis…
serfdom
servants connected to the land. as landlords dmenaded more fr…
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AP European History 2B. Chapter 16, Absolutism and Constitutionalism Vocabulary Terms
Absolutism
Baroque
English Bill of Rights
Cardinal Richelieu
when the sovereignty is embodied in the person of the ruler.
Style in art and architecture developed in Europe from about…
1689. established that no law can be suspended by the king, n…
Became President of the Council of Ministers and the first mi…
Absolutism
when the sovereignty is embodied in the person of the ruler.
Baroque
Style in art and architecture developed in Europe from about…
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AP European History Chapter 15 Absolutism and Constitutionalism Notecards
Peace of Westphalia
Louis XIV
Colbert
Peter the Great
A treaty that brought an end to The Eighty Years' War between…
Louis XIV (5 September 1638 - 1 September 1715), known as Lou…
...
...
Peace of Westphalia
A treaty that brought an end to The Eighty Years' War between…
Louis XIV
Louis XIV (5 September 1638 - 1 September 1715), known as Lou…
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AP European History- People/Places/Terms: Absolutism versus Constitutionalism
Louis XIV "Louis the Great" "The Sun K…
Mary Stauart
James VI of Scots (or) James I of Engl…
Charles I
-king of France (1643-1715)... -his reign, the longest in French…
-queen of Scotts ... -her son later rules England
-possible homosexual with the Duke of Buckingham... -corrupt/sca…
-marries a Spanish princess (fails) and Henrietta Marie (fail…
Louis XIV "Louis the Great" "The Sun K…
-king of France (1643-1715)... -his reign, the longest in French…
Mary Stauart
-queen of Scotts ... -her son later rules England
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AP European History Constitutionalism
parliamentary monarchy and political a…
divine right of kings
puritans
Petition of Rights
two patterns of government in response to military challenges…
absolute rule was okay
sought to eliminate elaborate religious ceremonies and replac…
Parliament wouldn't grant Charles I new funds unless he signe…
parliamentary monarchy and political a…
two patterns of government in response to military challenges…
divine right of kings
absolute rule was okay
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European History Chapter 15 Absolutism and Constitutionalism
Sovereignty
Absolute Monarchy
Constitutional Monarchy
Age of Crisis
When the state possesses a monopoly over justice system and l…
One ruler, a king, had compete power. Examples included Franc…
People have some freedoms, and a parliament limits king's pow…
The 17th century, which saw economic difficulties, widespread…
Sovereignty
When the state possesses a monopoly over justice system and l…
Absolute Monarchy
One ruler, a king, had compete power. Examples included Franc…
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AP European Unit 2 Test: Absolutism and Constitutionalism
Jean Bodin
Thomas Hobbes
Jacques Bousset
Tables of Ranks
(1530-1596). Wrote the Six Books of The Republic in 1576 that…
Leviathan 1651. "State of Nature"- a constant war of every ma…
1627-1704= bishop and Tudor to Louis XV and postulated that k…
divided nobles into distinct ranks, nobles privileges bestowe…
Jean Bodin
(1530-1596). Wrote the Six Books of The Republic in 1576 that…
Thomas Hobbes
Leviathan 1651. "State of Nature"- a constant war of every ma…
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AP European History - Absolutism
Catherine the Great
Ivan IV
Treaty of Utrecht
War of Spanish Succession
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
Ended the War of Spanish Succession in 1713, recognizing Fran…
War fought by European powers after the death of the last Hap…
Catherine the Great
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Ivan IV
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
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AP European History: The Growing Power of Western Europe (aka Constitutionalism and Absolutism), Puritan Revolution & Constitutionalism
James VI of Scotland/James I of England
Archbishop Laud
Ship Money Case
Long Parliament
Son of Mary Stuart (aka Mary,Queen of Scots). King of Scotlan…
(In 1625 Charles I succeeded his father, James I) Like his fa…
1629 to 1640 Ch. trying to rule without Parliament but runnin…
In need of money to fight Scots Ch I called Parliament in 164…
James VI of Scotland/James I of England
Son of Mary Stuart (aka Mary,Queen of Scots). King of Scotlan…
Archbishop Laud
(In 1625 Charles I succeeded his father, James I) Like his fa…
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AP European History - Absolutism
Catherine the Great
Ivan IV
Treaty of Utrecht
War of Spanish Succession
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
Ended the War of Spanish Succession in 1713, recognizing Fran…
War fought by European powers after the death of the last Hap…
Catherine the Great
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Ivan IV
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
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European Absolutism and Constitutionalism
What happened in 1649 in England?
What happened in 1660 in England?
What happened in 1688 in England?
Absolutism
Cromwell rose to Power
The Restoration
Glorious Revolution
The belief that absolute power should lie with one person, or…
What happened in 1649 in England?
Cromwell rose to Power
What happened in 1660 in England?
The Restoration
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AP European History: Unit Three: Constitutionalism & Absolutism, The France of Louis XIV: The Triumph of Absolutism
Parlements
Fronde
Cardinal Mazarin
Bishop Bossuet
law courts in France, each being supreme for a certain area o…
from slang for sling-shot. Series of uprisings initiated by p…
protege of Cardinal Richelieu. Governed for LXIV until 1661.…
In time of LXIV was principal theorist of Absolutism. Advance…
Parlements
law courts in France, each being supreme for a certain area o…
Fronde
from slang for sling-shot. Series of uprisings initiated by p…
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Absolutism (AP European History)
What was declining by the end of the 1…
was was growing by the end of the 16th…
What happened to the idea of a united…
what type of system was replacing the…
religious passion
secularism
fading as secularism grew
the secular state
What was declining by the end of the 1…
religious passion
was was growing by the end of the 16th…
secularism
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AP European History -- Chapter 15 -- Absolutism and Constitutionalism -- ca. 1589-1725 -- Vocabulary
Peace of Westphalia
Fronde
Mercantilism
Peace of Utrecht
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
A system of economic regulations aimed at increasing the powe…
A series of treaties, from 1731 to 1715, that ended the War o…
Peace of Westphalia
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
Fronde
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
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AP Euro - Absolutism and Constitutionalism
Absolutism
Sovereignty
Totalitarianism
Cardinal Richelieu
When sovereignty is embodied in the person of the ruler. Bigg…
Possessing a monopoly over the instruments of justice
Twentieth century phenomenon that seeks to direct all facets…
Became President of the Council of ministers and the first mi…
Absolutism
When sovereignty is embodied in the person of the ruler. Bigg…
Sovereignty
Possessing a monopoly over the instruments of justice
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AP European History - Constitutionalism in the West
House of Commons
"Power of the Purse"
Puritans
James I
-England's lower house in Parliament... -House of parliament mad…
-The ability of one group to manipulate and control the actio…
-A religious group who wanted to purify the Church of England…
-(1603-1625) Stuart monarch who ignored constitutional princi…
House of Commons
-England's lower house in Parliament... -House of parliament mad…
"Power of the Purse"
-The ability of one group to manipulate and control the actio…
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Test 1 European History Absolutism and Constitutionalism
absolutism
constitutionalism
James I (vi)
Gunpowder Plot
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
The theory developed in early modern England and spread elsew…
The son of Mary, Queen of Scots. In 1603, he became James I o…
Occurred in 1605 when Guy Fawkes hired a group of men to blow…
absolutism
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
constitutionalism
The theory developed in early modern England and spread elsew…
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AP European History - Absolutism
Catherine the Great
Ivan IV
Treaty of Utrecht
War of Spanish Succession
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
Ended the War of Spanish Succession in 1713, recognizing Fran…
War fought by European powers after the death of the last Hap…
Catherine the Great
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Ivan IV
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
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AP European History -- Chapter 15 -- Absolutism and Constitutionalism -- ca. 1589-1725 -- Vocabulary
Peace of Westphalia
Fronde
Mercantilism
Peace of Utrecht
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
A system of economic regulations aimed at increasing the powe…
A series of treaties, from 1731 to 1715, that ended the War o…
Peace of Westphalia
The name of a series of treaties that concluded the Thirty Ye…
Fronde
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis…
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AP European History: Unit Three: Constitutionalism & Absolutism, Contributions of the Dutch in the 17th Century
Estates General of the United Provinces
Arminians
Hugo Grotius
Baruch Spinoza
Dutch republican government body - one among several republic…
The followers of Arminius, theologian of Leyden-favored a mod…
Wrote "Law of War and Peace" , pioneering treatise on interna…
from family of refugee Portuguese Jews, philosopher examining…
Estates General of the United Provinces
Dutch republican government body - one among several republic…
Arminians
The followers of Arminius, theologian of Leyden-favored a mod…
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AP European History: Absolutism
Absolutism
Divine-right monarchy
Jacques Bossuet
Louis XIV
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
a monarchy based on the belief that monarchs receive their po…
advocate of the divine right of kings, by which their power w…
King of France (1643-1715). His reign, the longest in French…
Absolutism
a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Divine-right monarchy
a monarchy based on the belief that monarchs receive their po…
23 terms
AP European History - Absolutism
Catherine the Great
Ivan IV
Treaty of Utrecht
War of Spanish Succession
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
Ended the War of Spanish Succession in 1713, recognizing Fran…
War fought by European powers after the death of the last Hap…
Catherine the Great
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Ivan IV
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
AP European History - Absolutism
Catherine the Great
Ivan IV
Treaty of Utrecht
War of Spanish Succession
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
Ended the War of Spanish Succession in 1713, recognizing Fran…
War fought by European powers after the death of the last Hap…
Catherine the Great
Romanov of ruler of Russia from 1763-1796 who supported the e…
Ivan IV
Romanov ruler of Russia known as the Terrible. He was a fierc…
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