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Monarchs
terrariums
predators
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glass enclosures in which small plants or land animals are kept
animals that prey on other animals for food
easily seen through
beating against repeatedly
terrariums
glass enclosures in which small plants or land animals are kept
predators
animals that prey on other animals for food
23 terms
Monarchs
Devine right of monarchs
James 1
Charles 1
Oliver Cromwell
God created the monarch. The monarch Answered only to God. (A…
King in 1603. Elizabeth's cousin. Faught with parliament. Off…
Son of James 1. Signed petition of rights. He dissolved parli…
1645. Was a Puritan. Outlawed all drinking. Gambling. And the…
Devine right of monarchs
God created the monarch. The monarch Answered only to God. (A…
James 1
King in 1603. Elizabeth's cousin. Faught with parliament. Off…
53 terms
Monarchs
What are the characteristics of an Abs…
Why did English Kings battle with Parl…
Oliver Cromwell significance and milit…
In what ways was Phillip II an Absolut…
The king has the power over the country (not any other branch…
Kings did not have to follow any set of rules and they could…
Parliament leader who led the English Civil War against Charl…
Had a strong army, controlled the church, no parliamentary sy…
What are the characteristics of an Abs…
The king has the power over the country (not any other branch…
Why did English Kings battle with Parl…
Kings did not have to follow any set of rules and they could…
Monarchs
ferdinand and isabella
charles 5
phillip II
louis XIV
spain
spain
spain
france
ferdinand and isabella
spain
charles 5
spain
6 terms
Monarchs
William the Conqueror
Hugh Capet
Louis IX
Philip II
- Gained power by raising an army and winning the backing of…
Built an effective bureaucracy (officials collected taxes and…
- He created a strong national feeling among the people, by e…
- Paid middle class citizens to fill government positions ins…
William the Conqueror
- Gained power by raising an army and winning the backing of…
Hugh Capet
Built an effective bureaucracy (officials collected taxes and…
Monarchs
Elizabeth I
Cardinal Richeliue
Henry VIII
Charles I
English... Protestant half-sister of Mary and Edward, 2nd daught…
French... Chief Minister to Louis XIII... Political genius who want…
English... Wanted a male heir... Broke away from Catholic Church be…
English... Charles believed in the divine right of kings.... He was…
Elizabeth I
English... Protestant half-sister of Mary and Edward, 2nd daught…
Cardinal Richeliue
French... Chief Minister to Louis XIII... Political genius who want…
10 terms
monarchs
peter the great
oliver cromwell
frederick william the great
james II
• Ruled Russia 1682-1725... • Reorganized Russian army, and crea…
• English military and political leader and later lord of com…
• King of Prussia 1640-1688... • Calvinist... • Great military comm…
• King of England, Ireland, and Scotland in 1685-1688... • Was t…
peter the great
• Ruled Russia 1682-1725... • Reorganized Russian army, and crea…
oliver cromwell
• English military and political leader and later lord of com…
Monarchs
Elizabeth
Philip the second
Richelieu
Palace of bursae
Queen of England
King of Spain
Cardinal an advisor
Palace in Paris
Elizabeth
Queen of England
Philip the second
King of Spain
63 terms
Monarchs
Mercantilism
Philip II
Ferdinand
Mary Queen of Scots
The economic system for absolute monarchs; the mother country…
Ruled 1556-1598; king of Spain and son of Charles V, loved me…
Brother of Charles V and given the title of Holy Roman Emperor
Overthrown by John Knox as Calvinism becomes more popular; pl…
Mercantilism
The economic system for absolute monarchs; the mother country…
Philip II
Ruled 1556-1598; king of Spain and son of Charles V, loved me…
monarchs
Mary I
Louis XIV
Elizabeth I
Fredrick the great
"Bloody Mary". Super-Catholic. Married PHILIP II of Spain. KI…
"the Sun King;" considered to be the model of absolute monarc…
This queen of England chose a religion between the Puritans a…
king of prussia who put enlightenment ideas into place by red…
Mary I
"Bloody Mary". Super-Catholic. Married PHILIP II of Spain. KI…
Louis XIV
"the Sun King;" considered to be the model of absolute monarc…
monarchs
el greco
velazquez
Cervantes
Rembrandt
vivid colors and distirtion of bodies
court painter of Philip IV
don quixote
wealthy middle class, use of light
el greco
vivid colors and distirtion of bodies
velazquez
court painter of Philip IV
Monarchs
Charles I
Charles V
King Phillip II
Henry IV
Habsburg Family; absolute monarchist; ruled Spain, Belgium, N…
Habsburg family; bought votes from the Holy Roman Empire to a…
Charles V's son; Peak, gold & silver; Catholic- clashed with…
1600-1610; became king by converting to Catholicism; Edict of…
Charles I
Habsburg Family; absolute monarchist; ruled Spain, Belgium, N…
Charles V
Habsburg family; bought votes from the Holy Roman Empire to a…
20 terms
Monarchs
Charles I
Charles II
Edward I
Edward II
Victim of the Puritan Revolution
Overthrew the Puritans and restored the Monarchy
Longshanks and menace to Scotlnad
Killed in part for illicit relations
Charles I
Victim of the Puritan Revolution
Charles II
Overthrew the Puritans and restored the Monarchy
102 terms
Monarchs
Henry VIII
Henry VIII
Henry VIII
Henry VIII
Many Wives
Dissolution of Monasteries
Flodden Field (James IV of Scotland)
Woolsey
Henry VIII
Many Wives
Henry VIII
Dissolution of Monasteries
15 terms
Monarchs
Catherine the Great
Charles I
Elizabeth I
Frederick the Great
Longest ruling female leader of Russia. Enlightened. Spread e…
Unsuccessful. Wasn't able to win any wars, didn't receive mon…
Absolutist, didn't call parliament often, both successful and…
Prussian King, outstanding military victories and success in…
Catherine the Great
Longest ruling female leader of Russia. Enlightened. Spread e…
Charles I
Unsuccessful. Wasn't able to win any wars, didn't receive mon…
42 terms
Monarchs
William I
William II
Henry I
Stephen
25 Dec 1066 - 9 Sep 1087 (Normandy)
9 Sep 1087 - 2 Aug 1100 (Normandy)
2 Aug 1100 - 1 Dec 1135 (Normandy)
1 Dec 1135 - 25 Oct 1154 (Blois)
William I
25 Dec 1066 - 9 Sep 1087 (Normandy)
William II
9 Sep 1087 - 2 Aug 1100 (Normandy)
20 terms
Monarchs
Elizabeth
Philip II
Richelieu
Palace of Versailles
Queen of England during the Golden Age
King of Spain, married
Cardinal and advisor to Louis XIII of France, strengthened ab…
Palace in Paris built by Louis XIV
Elizabeth
Queen of England during the Golden Age
Philip II
King of Spain, married
11 terms
monarchs
King James I
King Charles I
Oliver Cromwell
King Charles II
1st Stewart... not nice to Puritans... suspicious foreign policy-ni…
bound by Petition of Rights... not good with Parliament due to w…
turned England into Puritan Rep.... Dictator
restored anglican church... secretly Catholic
King James I
1st Stewart... not nice to Puritans... suspicious foreign policy-ni…
King Charles I
bound by Petition of Rights... not good with Parliament due to w…
Monarchs
Divine right
Reason for the spanish armada... (Spain v…
Edict of Nates
Cardinal Richelieu
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god
•Spain was Catholic, England was Protostant ... •seadogs (englis…
Religious toleration in France ... Hugenots (French protestants)
•Highest ranking church member... •Advisor to the king... • Strengt…
Divine right
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god
Reason for the spanish armada... (Spain v…
•Spain was Catholic, England was Protostant ... •seadogs (englis…
Monarchs
Ferdinand and Isabell (SPAIN)
Charles V (habsburg)
Philip II (habsburg)
Henry VII (Tudors)
Established a union in spain
Made the lands divide between Spain and Central Europe. Pract…
Defender of Catholicism ... Engaged in war to spread Habsburg po…
Catholic. Wants to rebuild England's commercial prosperity. W…
Ferdinand and Isabell (SPAIN)
Established a union in spain
Charles V (habsburg)
Made the lands divide between Spain and Central Europe. Pract…
6 terms
monarchs
Edward 1
Edward 2
Edward 3
Richard II
very tall, menace to scotland, (1272-1307), wanted to annex s…
son of edward 1, not warlike like his father, gay, once he ha…
(1327-1377) son of Edward 2, more of a warrior king, stayed b…
(1377-1399) paranoid of Bolingbroke, exiled him to France, di…
Edward 1
very tall, menace to scotland, (1272-1307), wanted to annex s…
Edward 2
son of edward 1, not warlike like his father, gay, once he ha…
21 terms
monarchs
France 1780-1795
France 1795-1804
France 1804-1820
England 1740-1830
Neoclassicism
Directoire
Empire Period
Georgian Period
France 1780-1795
Neoclassicism
France 1795-1804
Directoire
35 terms
Monarchs
Francis II 1559-1560
Charles IX (1560-1574)
Henry III (1574-1589)
Henry IV (1589-1610)
II Eldest son of Henry II, husband of Mary Queen of Scots. Hu…
He succeeded his father, Francis II, at the age of 10. He and…
Politique king who passed the Peace of Beaulieu, allowing Hug…
Political leader of the Huguenots and a member of the Bourbon…
Francis II 1559-1560
II Eldest son of Henry II, husband of Mary Queen of Scots. Hu…
Charles IX (1560-1574)
He succeeded his father, Francis II, at the age of 10. He and…
monarchs
Communism
Totalitarianism
Fascism
Nationalism
- a system of government ruled by a dictator, total equality…
a dictator that is in control of every aspect of society incl…
a system of government where the nation is the highest priori…
having pride, loyalty and love for your country, having a sen…
Communism
- a system of government ruled by a dictator, total equality…
Totalitarianism
a dictator that is in control of every aspect of society incl…
11 terms
Monarchs
William the Conquer
Henry II
Richard the Lionheart
John the Softsword
-Battle of Hastings... -Conquered England
-Strengthened the courts with royal judges... -This led to moder…
Hero of the third crusade
Signed the Manga Carta which guaranteed basic human rights an…
William the Conquer
-Battle of Hastings... -Conquered England
Henry II
-Strengthened the courts with royal judges... -This led to moder…
Monarchs
France
Francis I
Henry IV
Edict of Nantes (1598)
Faced aristocratic and religious conflicts; Immense rise of r…
First King of France (r. 1555-47 beginning of an absolute mon…
Beginning of the Bourbon dynasty; wanted peace; considered a…
Granted the Huguenots freedom of worship and assembly as well…
France
Faced aristocratic and religious conflicts; Immense rise of r…
Francis I
First King of France (r. 1555-47 beginning of an absolute mon…
18 terms
Monarchs
King Philip 11
William the Silent
Elizabeth Tudor
Spanish Armada
-King of Spain, Milan, Napes, Sicily, & Netherlands... -Set the…
-Prince of orange ... -Leader of the Dutch revolt against the Sp…
-Thrown was finally past down to her in 1558... -Took supreme po…
-Set by Philip II... -Was a fleet of warship
King Philip 11
-King of Spain, Milan, Napes, Sicily, & Netherlands... -Set the…
William the Silent
-Prince of orange ... -Leader of the Dutch revolt against the Sp…
16 terms
Monarchs
Catherine the Great
William and Mary
Charles I
Charles V
Ruled with Peter the Great (her husband) Queen of Russia, wes…
Joint-rulers of England, Scotland, and Ireland, fought agains…
King of England, Scotland ,and Ireland, bad King, executed fo…
King of Spain, part of the Americas, Belgium, and Netherlands…
Catherine the Great
Ruled with Peter the Great (her husband) Queen of Russia, wes…
William and Mary
Joint-rulers of England, Scotland, and Ireland, fought agains…
Monarchs
William the Conqueror
William II
Henry I
King Stephen
Built white tower
3rd son of William the Conqueror
2 sons drown
Henry I Grandson
William the Conqueror
Built white tower
William II
3rd son of William the Conqueror
Monarchs
William the conquerer
Henry ll
John l
Henry Vlll
Established a new tax system.... King of Normandy and england... Ba…
Common law in england ... Established jury system
Expensive and unnessary wars... (Lack land)... Forced to sign magna…
Breaks away from cathlioc church and forms new Anglecon ... Duri…
William the conquerer
Established a new tax system.... King of Normandy and england... Ba…
Henry ll
Common law in england ... Established jury system
Monarchs
Henry VII Tudor
Henry VIII Tudor
Edward Tudor
Mary Tudor
-England... -New Monarch... -earned spot from War of Roses being th…
-England... -6 wives... -Passed act of supremacy (recognized him as…
-England ... -super protestant ... -sisters are elizabeth and mary…
-England... -SUPER catholic... -got rid of the act o supremacy bc s…
Henry VII Tudor
-England... -New Monarch... -earned spot from War of Roses being th…
Henry VIII Tudor
-England... -6 wives... -Passed act of supremacy (recognized him as…
Monarchs
William the Conquerer (4)
Henry || (2)
John | (5)
Oliver Cormwell (3)
Conquered England in 1066, Battle of Hastings, Established Ta…
Established common law, Just king
Anti leadership, "lack land", forced to sign Magna Carta in 1…
"lord protector", defeated monarch in civil war, not a king
William the Conquerer (4)
Conquered England in 1066, Battle of Hastings, Established Ta…
Henry || (2)
Established common law, Just king
Monarchs
Charles V
Phillip II
Henry IV
Louis XIII
Holy Roman Emperor and Carlos I of Spain, tried to keep Europ…
King of Spain, 1556 - 1598; married to Queen Mary I of Englan…
First Bourbon king of France, ruled 1589-1610, and converted…
French king who succeeded Henry IV when he was nine years old…
Charles V
Holy Roman Emperor and Carlos I of Spain, tried to keep Europ…
Phillip II
King of Spain, 1556 - 1598; married to Queen Mary I of Englan…
Monarchs
The Hapsburg Empire of Charles V
Philip II Escorial
Philip II Dutch Revolt
Philip II Spanish Armada
Charles V ruled the Hapsburg Empire which included Spain, Aus…
Philip II was considered to be an absolute monarch because he…
The Dutch revolted against Philip II because of religious and…
Philip II sent an armada against England and Elizabeth I beca…
The Hapsburg Empire of Charles V
Charles V ruled the Hapsburg Empire which included Spain, Aus…
Philip II Escorial
Philip II was considered to be an absolute monarch because he…
7 terms
Monarchs
Anglo-Saxon
Medieval
Renaissance
Restoration
Alfred the Great
William The Conqueror
Henry VIII
Anne
Anglo-Saxon
Alfred the Great
Medieval
William The Conqueror
Monarchs
Ivan the Terrible
Peter the Great
Charles I
Glorious Revolution
became the first Russian tsar by fighting the Mongols and con…
modernized Russia by westernizing it
In England, defied Parliament and got executed but then they…
Parliament scared off the new monarch (James II) and asked Wi…
Ivan the Terrible
became the first Russian tsar by fighting the Mongols and con…
Peter the Great
modernized Russia by westernizing it
5 terms
Monarchs
philip 2
louis xiv
Fredrick 2
peter 1
spain ... hapsburg... catholic
France... bourbon... Catholic
Prussia ... Hohenzollern ... Calvinist
Russia ... Romanov ... Eastern Orthodox
philip 2
spain ... hapsburg... catholic
louis xiv
France... bourbon... Catholic
10 terms
Monarchs
Phillip II
Elizabeth I
Oliver Cromwell
Charles II
Spain
England
England
England
Phillip II
Spain
Elizabeth I
England
12 terms
Monarchs
Edward I
Ferdinand of Aragon
Hugh Capet
Alfred the Great
England
Spain
France
England
Edward I
England
Ferdinand of Aragon
Spain
Monarchs
Divine Right
Reasons for Spanish Armada
Edict of Nantes
Cardinal Richelieu
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god.
1. Religious differences... 2. Seadogs (English pirates)... 3. Prot…
Document that granted religious freedom to the Huguenots (Fre…
(1585-1642) Influenced Louis XIII. His three point plan (1. B…
Divine Right
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god.
Reasons for Spanish Armada
1. Religious differences... 2. Seadogs (English pirates)... 3. Prot…
11 terms
Monarchs
Phillip II
Henry of navarre
Louis XII
Louis XIV
A spanish monarch and defender of catholicism. Goes bankrupt…
A Catholic Ruler of France who issues edict of nantes.
His minister Richelieu is main ruler. Weakens nobles power an…
Most powerful French ruler. Appoints intendants- agents that…
Phillip II
A spanish monarch and defender of catholicism. Goes bankrupt…
Henry of navarre
A Catholic Ruler of France who issues edict of nantes.
Monarchs
Elizabeth
Phillip II
Richelieu
Palace of Versailles
Queen of England during its golden age
King of Spain, married to Bloody Mary
Cardinal and advisor to Louis XIII of France
Palace in Paris
Elizabeth
Queen of England during its golden age
Phillip II
King of Spain, married to Bloody Mary
20 terms
Monarchs
Charles V
Phiilip 2
Phillip 2 relgion
Louis XIV
He was an heir to Austrian haspurgs ... ruled the holy roman emp…
prudent king ... supported catholics... lived in el Escorial
wanted everyone to be catholic ... let the inquisition deal with…
ties between the middle class and the monarchy became strong…
Charles V
He was an heir to Austrian haspurgs ... ruled the holy roman emp…
Phiilip 2
prudent king ... supported catholics... lived in el Escorial
19 terms
Monarchs
King Albert I
King Alexander I
Tsarina Alexandra
King Carol I
Belgium
Serbia / Yugoslavia
Russia
Romania
King Albert I
Belgium
King Alexander I
Serbia / Yugoslavia
Monarchs
Henry 4th
Louis 13
Louis 14
Peter the Great
1st bourban king of France. Issued edict of nants
Reduced the rights of french protestants, weakened nobility,…
Revokes edict of nants with edict of fontainebleau. Made nobi…
Modernized Russia, placed religion under state control, toure…
Henry 4th
1st bourban king of France. Issued edict of nants
Louis 13
Reduced the rights of french protestants, weakened nobility,…
14 terms
Monarchs
Philip II
Henry VII
Henry VIII
Edward VI
Built a granite palace called El Escorial
Rebuilt England's commercial prosperity
Church of England
9 years old when he became king; died 6 years in
Philip II
Built a granite palace called El Escorial
Henry VII
Rebuilt England's commercial prosperity
16 terms
Monarchs
Charles V
Philip II
Henry IV
Louis XIV
Spain, Hapsburg Empire... Fought against protestants. Years of c…
Spain, Hapsburg Empire... Ruler of one of the largest empires. L…
France... Won the war of Three Henrys in order to become ruler o…
France... Built Palace of Versailles. Built up the French Empire.
Charles V
Spain, Hapsburg Empire... Fought against protestants. Years of c…
Philip II
Spain, Hapsburg Empire... Ruler of one of the largest empires. L…
monarchs
Peter the Great
Oliver Cromwell
Frederick William the Great
James II
Was 6'8" tall. Reorganized the Russian army and built Russia…
Puritan. Led forces of the Parliament and defeated Royalists…
King of Prussia, 1640-1688. Calvinist. Excellent military com…
King of England, Ireland and Scotland, 1685-1688, until depos…
Peter the Great
Was 6'8" tall. Reorganized the Russian army and built Russia…
Oliver Cromwell
Puritan. Led forces of the Parliament and defeated Royalists…
Monarchs
Charles V
Louis XIV
Henry VIII
Peter I
Spainish
France
England
Russia
Charles V
Spainish
Louis XIV
France
15 terms
Monarchs
Philip II
Henry IV of France
Louis XII & Cardinal Richelieu
Louis XIV
-ruled Netherlands, Sicily, Spain, and Spain's American colon…
-denied religion to survive massacre... -Huguenot who converted…
-King following Henry IV ... -young and inexperienced... -hired Car…
-Son of Louis XIII... -absolute monarch... -sun king... -ran governmen…
Philip II
-ruled Netherlands, Sicily, Spain, and Spain's American colon…
Henry IV of France
-denied religion to survive massacre... -Huguenot who converted…
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