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People - Monarchs and Rulers
Ahmad Shah Durrani
Akbar
Alivardi Khan
Ashoka
Afghan ruler; defeated Marathas in 1761 Third Battle of Panipat
Mughal Emperor (r. 1556-1605); brought much of India under... un…
Nawab of Bengal (r. 1740-56); sought to fortify his army in t…
Emperor in the ancient period who converted to Buddhism after…
Ahmad Shah Durrani
Afghan ruler; defeated Marathas in 1761 Third Battle of Panipat
Akbar
Mughal Emperor (r. 1556-1605); brought much of India under... un…
Monarchs, Despots, Rulers, Popes, Military persons, Important groups of people w/ related terms - AP Euro
Cosimo de' Medici
Lorenzo the Magnificent
Charles VII of France
Henry VII of England
-A wealthy Florentine banker who took control of Renaissance…
-the grandson of Cosimo de' Medici... - controlled the city gove…
-involved in the Hundred Years' War - France lost
-He married Edward IV's daughter, Elizabeth of York.... -used En…
Cosimo de' Medici
-A wealthy Florentine banker who took control of Renaissance…
Lorenzo the Magnificent
-the grandson of Cosimo de' Medici... - controlled the city gove…
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Absolute Monarchs Key People
absolute monarchy
Divine Right
Charles V
Phillip II
ruler with complete authority over the government and lives o…
belief that a ruler's authority comes directly from god
tried to force Lutheran princes back into the catholic church…
he wanted to make everyone catholic lead to the fall
absolute monarchy
ruler with complete authority over the government and lives o…
Divine Right
belief that a ruler's authority comes directly from god
Chapter 5 ABSOLUTE MONARCHS - KEY TERMS / PEOPLE
English Civil War
intendant
Maria Theresa
Ivan the Terrible
War fought between Royalist or Cavaliers against the Puritains
official of the French government
Empress of Austria whose main enemy was Prussia
Ruler who used his power to execute "traitors"
English Civil War
War fought between Royalist or Cavaliers against the Puritains
intendant
official of the French government
ABSOLUTE MONARCHS - KEY TERMS / PEOPLE
English Civil War
intendant
Maria Theresa
Ivan the Terrible
War fought between Royalist or Cavaliers against the Puritains
official of the French government
Empress of Austria whose main enemy was Prussia
Ruler who used his power to execute "traitors"
English Civil War
War fought between Royalist or Cavaliers against the Puritains
intendant
official of the French government
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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…
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Chapter 5 "Absolute Monarchs in Europe"
Philip II
absolute monarchs
divine right
two reasons for inflation under Philip…
Spanish king who believed it was his duty to defend Catholici…
kings or queens who held all power within their state's bound…
the idea that God created the monarchy and that the monarch a…
population growth and gold and silver flowing from the Americas
Philip II
Spanish king who believed it was his duty to defend Catholici…
absolute monarchs
kings or queens who held all power within their state's bound…
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Age of Monarchs - Review
Divine Right
Edict of Nantes
The Restoration
Louis XIV
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god.
The edict of Henry IV that granted Huguenots (Protestants)the…
(1660) Restored the English monarchy to Charles II, both Hous…
Known as the Sun King, he was an absolute monarch that comple…
Divine Right
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god.
Edict of Nantes
The edict of Henry IV that granted Huguenots (Protestants)the…
The monarchs of europe
absolute monarch
divine right
Charles V
Peace of Augsburg
a ruler whose power was not limited and authority over his or…
the belief that a ruler authority comes directly from god.
he became an emperor
an agreement between states in the holy roman empire that gav…
absolute monarch
a ruler whose power was not limited and authority over his or…
divine right
the belief that a ruler authority comes directly from god.
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Absolute Monarchs in Spain, France, and Russia
Philip II
Henry IV
Cardinal Richelieu
Louis XIV
absolute monarch of Spain who bankrupted the country by spend…
king of France who ended religious civil wars in France by is…
"ruler" of France during reign of Louis XIII who strengthened…
absolute ruler of France who brought France to its height of…
Philip II
absolute monarch of Spain who bankrupted the country by spend…
Henry IV
king of France who ended religious civil wars in France by is…
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Enlightenment People and Rulers
John Locke
Voltaire
Montesquieu
Diderot
-"Essay Concerning Human Understanding" ... -individual was a bl…
-was a diest ... -religion crushes the human spirit... -"Letters on…
-"Spirit of Laws" ... -seperation of powers... -checks and balances…
-"Encyclopedia" ... the belief that all current knowledge could…
John Locke
-"Essay Concerning Human Understanding" ... -individual was a bl…
Voltaire
-was a diest ... -religion crushes the human spirit... -"Letters on…
Key Monarchs and People of the Early Modern Era
Copernicus
Tycho Brahe and Johannes Keplar
Galileo Galilei
Robert Boyle
Created the heliocentric theory... One of the first men of the S…
Took measurements of the planets over five years... Based off of…
Created the first telescope based on optical research from th…
Experimented with the pressure of gases; said that if the are…
Copernicus
Created the heliocentric theory... One of the first men of the S…
Tycho Brahe and Johannes Keplar
Took measurements of the planets over five years... Based off of…
Absolute Monarchs
absolute monarchy
boyar
Cavaliers
centralization of power
ruler has total power
A landowning Russian noble
supporters of Charles I; pro-Royal, anti-Puritan
all power rests in one place or under a single authority
absolute monarchy
ruler has total power
boyar
A landowning Russian noble
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Chapter 21: Absolutism and Absolute Monarchs and Rulers
Henry of France protected Protestants…
Who did Carles V pass the rule of his…
What is Phillip of Spain best know for?
Struggle that ensued when England, Aus…
The Edict Of Nantes
Both Phillip I I and Ferdinand
Protection of the Catholic church
War of the Spanish succession
Henry of France protected Protestants…
The Edict Of Nantes
Who did Carles V pass the rule of his…
Both Phillip I I and Ferdinand
Absolute Monarchs (1500-1800)
Absolute Monarch
Divine Right
Charles V
Philip II
ruler with complete authority over government and people's li…
belief that authority to rule comes directly from God
-grandson of Ferdinand & Isabella... -after crisis in Europe, ga…
-received Spain, the Netherlands, and America after empire sp…
Absolute Monarch
ruler with complete authority over government and people's li…
Divine Right
belief that authority to rule comes directly from God
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World History Chpt 21: Absolute Monarchs in Europe
Philip II
Absolute Monarch
Divine Right
Edict of Nantes
Spanish king who believed it was his duty to defend Catholici…
a king or queen who has unlimited power and seeks to control…
the idea that monarchs (Kings & Queens) are God's representat…
a 1598 declaration in which the French king Henry IV promised…
Philip II
Spanish king who believed it was his duty to defend Catholici…
Absolute Monarch
a king or queen who has unlimited power and seeks to control…
23 terms
Absolute Monarchs
Absolute Monarchy
Divine Right
Charles V
Phillip II
ruler with complete authority over the government and lives o…
belief that a ruler's authority comes directly from god
tried to force Lutheran princes back into the catholic church…
he wanted to make everyone catholic lead to the fall
Absolute Monarchy
ruler with complete authority over the government and lives o…
Divine Right
belief that a ruler's authority comes directly from god
Absolute Monarchs people
Henry VII
Mary I
Elizabeth I
Mary queen of Scots
king of England creates Anglican Church
1st reigning queen of England- Catholic
Protestant orders death for Mary S... husband Phillip he also wa…
The heir of Elizabeth wants Elizabeth dead
Henry VII
king of England creates Anglican Church
Mary I
1st reigning queen of England- Catholic
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Absolute Monarchs in Europe with pictures
absolute monarch
Philip II
divine right
Edict of Nantes
A king or queen who has unlimited power and seeks to contro…
absolute monarch of Spain and leader of the Counter-Reforma…
The idea that monarchs are God's representatives on earth a…
a 1598 declaration in which the French king Henry IV promised…
absolute monarch
A king or queen who has unlimited power and seeks to contro…
Philip II
absolute monarch of Spain and leader of the Counter-Reforma…
Absolute Monarchs
absolutism
divine right
versailles
czar (Tsar)
A form of government, usually hereditary monarchy, in which t…
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god.
A palace built for Louis XIV near the town of Versailles, sou…
'Caesar' ruler of Russia during empire period
absolutism
A form of government, usually hereditary monarchy, in which t…
divine right
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god.
12 terms
Absolute Monarchs CFU
Louis XIV
Bloody Mary
Henry VIII
Louis XIV
Declared his absolute power when he told his subjects "I AM T…
English Queen who married the Catholic king of Spain, Phillip…
English king who first broke with the Catholic Church.
Officially repealed the Edict of Nantes in France and would n…
Louis XIV
Declared his absolute power when he told his subjects "I AM T…
Bloody Mary
English Queen who married the Catholic king of Spain, Phillip…
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WHII Unit IV: Absolutism to Revolution - Sci Rev and Absolute Rulers
Scientific Revolution
Nicholas Copernicus
heliocentric theory
Johannes Kepler
emphasis on reasoned observation and systematic measurement;…
Scientist who developed the heliocentric theory
the Sun is the center of the solar system and the Earth and o…
Scientist who discovered planetary motion
Scientific Revolution
emphasis on reasoned observation and systematic measurement;…
Nicholas Copernicus
Scientist who developed the heliocentric theory
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arch-ruler; chief
hierarchy
archipelago
architect
archetype
a body of rulers arranged by rank
a large body of water with many islands
chief builder
chief, or original, pattern, or design
hierarchy
a body of rulers arranged by rank
archipelago
a large body of water with many islands
12 terms
The Age of Monarchs
Prussia
Prussian ruler Frederick II (the Great)
Prussian ruler Frederick William
Seven Years War
Modern day Germany
Tripled the size of Prussia
increased Prussia's power by creating the Central Directory
Prussia won this war with the help of Britain (called the Fre…
Prussia
Modern day Germany
Prussian ruler Frederick II (the Great)
Tripled the size of Prussia
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Chapter 2 Absolute Monarchs
Charles V
Phillip II
Louis XIII
Louis XIV
leader of Spain and Holy Roman Empire... divided his lands betwe…
leader of Spain... responsible for decline of Spain... forced the r…
leader of France... tore down walls of protestants and nobles
built Palace of Versailles
Charles V
leader of Spain and Holy Roman Empire... divided his lands betwe…
Phillip II
leader of Spain... responsible for decline of Spain... forced the r…
13 terms
Word Study "arch" - ruler, chief
archenemy
archrival
anarchy
monarch
a chief enemy
a chief rival
without rule, chaos
one chief ruler
archenemy
a chief enemy
archrival
a chief rival
Absolute monarchs
Nobility
Huguenots
King Louis XIV
Palace of Versailles
A class of people that has a high rank in a society because t…
French Protestants
"sun king" Absolute monarch in France. In power from 1638-171…
built by King louis XIV to show strength and power
Nobility
A class of people that has a high rank in a society because t…
Huguenots
French Protestants
15 terms
Unit 8 Absolute Monarchs
Joint-Stock Company
Louis XIV
Commercial Revolution
Capitalism
Private company that sold stock to raise money
He built the palace of Versailles to house his nobles
Transition from local to global trade
Economic system where business owners risk their own money to…
Joint-Stock Company
Private company that sold stock to raise money
Louis XIV
He built the palace of Versailles to house his nobles
Absolute Monarchs
absolutism
divine right
Edict of Nantes
Huguenots
The belief in a form of government where one person or group…
The belief that monarchs get their power and their right to r…
A document created by Henry IV of France that gave French Pro…
This is the name for French Protestants.
absolutism
The belief in a form of government where one person or group…
divine right
The belief that monarchs get their power and their right to r…
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Absolute Monarchs & the Enlightenment
absolute monarch
catholicism
Spanish Armada
Rembrandt
A system of government in which the head of state is a heredi…
The system, doctrine, and practice of the Roman Catholic Chur…
"Invincible" group of ships sent by King Philip II of Spain t…
Dutch painter, who painted portraits of wealthy middle-class…
absolute monarch
A system of government in which the head of state is a heredi…
catholicism
The system, doctrine, and practice of the Roman Catholic Chur…
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Absolute monarchs (Charles V, Phillip II, Louis VIV)
Charles V
Charles V
Charles V
Charles V
One of the best examples of an abolute monarch
Held more lands than any other ruler since Charlemagne
Was ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, king of the Netherlands,…
Grandson on King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella
Charles V
One of the best examples of an abolute monarch
Charles V
Held more lands than any other ruler since Charlemagne
Absolute Monarchs
Absolute monarchies
France, Spain, Austria, Prussia, and R…
Holy Roman Empire
Constitutional Monarchies
A system where one ruler has total control over all aspects o…
Countries who developed absolute monarchies in the 15th and 1…
German states (300 of them) and states in Northern Italy that…
A system where there is a monarch AND a parliament so that th…
Absolute monarchies
A system where one ruler has total control over all aspects o…
France, Spain, Austria, Prussia, and R…
Countries who developed absolute monarchies in the 15th and 1…
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Cewe-Absolute Monarchs
Absolute Monarch
Boyars
Westernization
Divine Right
A King or Queen who has unlimited power and seeks to control…
Landowning nobles of Russia
The use of western Europe as a model for the change
The idea that monarchs are God's representatives on earth and…
Absolute Monarch
A King or Queen who has unlimited power and seeks to control…
Boyars
Landowning nobles of Russia
AP Euro Chapter 15 - New Monarchs, the Commercial Revolution, and Expansion
New Monarchs
Military Revolution
Valois Dynasty
Louis XI ("Spider King")
The term applied to Louis XI of France, Henry VII of England,…
The advent of gunpowder increased the vulnerability of noble…
Royal house of France that ruled from 1328 to 1589. At the de…
This king of France contributed the most to the consolidation…
New Monarchs
The term applied to Louis XI of France, Henry VII of England,…
Military Revolution
The advent of gunpowder increased the vulnerability of noble…
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Rulers in England
James I
Queen Elizabeth
Puritans
Charles I
Who was the Cousin of Queen Elizabeth who took the throne aft…
Daughter of Henry VIII with his same religious views
Protestants who lived in England that were influenced by Calv…
This leader was executed by Parliament because he continued t…
James I
Who was the Cousin of Queen Elizabeth who took the throne aft…
Queen Elizabeth
Daughter of Henry VIII with his same religious views
30 terms
Semester 1 People
Alexander the Great
Pericles
Homer
Caesar
Greek king who conquered most of the known world, ruled from…
Athenian leader who expanded democracy and encouraged culture
Greek poet who wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey
Roman general who expanded Rome and was named dictator for li…
Alexander the Great
Greek king who conquered most of the known world, ruled from…
Pericles
Athenian leader who expanded democracy and encouraged culture
AP Religious Wars, Constitutional Monarchs and Absolute Monarchs
Henry of Navarre
Philip II
Elizabeth I
Thirty Years War
Political leader of the Huguenots and a member of the Bourbon…
(1527-1598) King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch…
Protestant ruler of England who helped stabilize religious te…
(1618-48) A series of European wars that were partially a Cat…
Henry of Navarre
Political leader of the Huguenots and a member of the Bourbon…
Philip II
(1527-1598) King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch…
Rulers
Charles V
Phillip II
Elizabeth I
Spanish Armada
a ruler of spain that fought germans and the turks
Charles V's son that made spain the strongest power
the ruler of england after her father Henry VII
Spanish fleet of ships
Charles V
a ruler of spain that fought germans and the turks
Phillip II
Charles V's son that made spain the strongest power
15 terms
Absolute Monarchs & The Enlightenment
Absolutism/Absolute Monarch
Divine Right
Limited/Constitutional Monarchy
Enlightenment
A form of government where a monarch rules freely, with no la…
A monarch has the RIGHT to rule directly from the will of God
A form of government in which a monarch acts as head of state…
A European intellectual movement of the late 17th and 18th ce…
Absolutism/Absolute Monarch
A form of government where a monarch rules freely, with no la…
Divine Right
A monarch has the RIGHT to rule directly from the will of God
22 terms
Absolute Monarchs
Philip II
Absolute Monarch
Divine Right
Edict of Nantes
(1527-1598) King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch…
Form of government in which the king/queen has all of the pow…
Belief that a rulers authority comes directly from god.
1598 proclamation that recognized Catholicism as the official…
Philip II
(1527-1598) King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch…
Absolute Monarch
Form of government in which the king/queen has all of the pow…
Age of Absolute Monarchs: People
Philip II of Spain
El Greco
Diego Velazquez
Henry of Navarre
absolute monarch, supported mercantilism, sponsered the golde…
spanish artist during the golden age of spain, specialized in…
spanish artist during the golden age of spain, specialized in…
french king, supported the edict of nantes (allowed for relig…
Philip II of Spain
absolute monarch, supported mercantilism, sponsered the golde…
El Greco
spanish artist during the golden age of spain, specialized in…
Absolute Rulers
Philip II
absolute monarch
Divine right rule
Loius XIV
King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch who helped…
a ruler with complete authority over the government and the l…
term to describe monarch's belief that their authority to rul…
French monarch who believed in his divine right to rule and e…
Philip II
King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch who helped…
absolute monarch
a ruler with complete authority over the government and the l…
Absolute Rulers/Absolutism
Ivan the Terrible
Catherine the Great
Maria Theresa
Cardinal Richelieu
took over Russia in 1547
1762 took over Russia
Absolute ruler of Austria
Ruled for Louis XIII of France
Ivan the Terrible
took over Russia in 1547
Catherine the Great
1762 took over Russia
5 terms
3.4 Later People of the Fertile Crescent
monarch
chariot
alphabet
Hammurabi's Code
a ruler of a kingdom or empire
a wheeled horse-drawn cart used in battle
a set of letter that can be combined to form words
a set of 282 laws that dealt with almost every part of daily…
monarch
a ruler of a kingdom or empire
chariot
a wheeled horse-drawn cart used in battle
10 terms
ss monarch people
absolute monarchy
absolutism
consent of the governed
constitutional monarchy
a form of government in which a king or queen possesses absol…
a political system in which the government holds complete and…
the belief that a government has a responsibility to hold up…
a form of government in which a parliament makes all of the l…
absolute monarchy
a form of government in which a king or queen possesses absol…
absolutism
a political system in which the government holds complete and…
24 terms
Mesopotamia Test: Vocabulary & People
Fertile Crescent
silt
irrigation
canals
a large arc of rich, fertile farmland that extends from the P…
a mixture of rich soil and tiny rocks
a way of supplying water to an area of land
human-made waterways that connected large water storage basin…
Fertile Crescent
a large arc of rich, fertile farmland that extends from the P…
silt
a mixture of rich soil and tiny rocks
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Rulers of Ancient Egypt
Pharaoh
King Narmer
Symbols of power of the Pharaoh
Uraeaus
The wealthiest and most powerful person in ancient Egypt
Upper and Lower Egypt was united under....
Uraeaus, false beard, heavy jewelry, crook, flail and animal…
Gold headpiece shaped like a cobra's head - symbolised magica…
Pharaoh
The wealthiest and most powerful person in ancient Egypt
King Narmer
Upper and Lower Egypt was united under....
32 terms
Chapter 12 Extended Vocab - Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath, 1200-1500 - The Earth and Its Peoples Third (3rd) Edition
Ogodei (Ögodei or Ögedei)
Genghis Khan
Mongols
nomadism
the third son of Genghis Khan and second Great Khan (Khagan)…
"universal ruler" A Mongolian general and emperor of the late…
A people of this name is mentioned as early as the records of…
A way of life, forced by a scarcity of resources, in which gr…
Ogodei (Ögodei or Ögedei)
the third son of Genghis Khan and second Great Khan (Khagan)…
Genghis Khan
"universal ruler" A Mongolian general and emperor of the late…
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Chapter 4 - Monarchs of Europe
absolute monarch
divine right
Charles V
Peace of Augsburg
a ruler whose power was not limited by having to consult with…
concept that held that monarchs received their power from God…
Holy Roman Emperor. Signed the Peace of Augsburg
gave each German prince the right to decide whether his state…
absolute monarch
a ruler whose power was not limited by having to consult with…
divine right
concept that held that monarchs received their power from God…
Absolute Monarchs
Absolute Monarch
unlimited power
Philip II
Spain
A system of government in which the head of state is a heredi…
omnipotent
(1527-1598) King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch…
pain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a sovereign state l…
Absolute Monarch
A system of government in which the head of state is a heredi…
unlimited power
omnipotent
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