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Chapter 13 World History: The Rise of Modern Nations
Name the four great nations that devel…
Who were among the earliest inhabitant…
Germanic tribes that invaded Britain d…
Who introduced Roman catholicism to En…
1) English, France, Spain, and Portugal.
2) Celts; Roman.
3) Angles, Saxons, and Jutes.
4) Augustine; 664.
Name the four great nations that devel…
1) English, France, Spain, and Portugal.
Who were among the earliest inhabitant…
2) Celts; Roman.
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World History A: The Rise of Modern Europe
Muhammad
Islam
Muslim
Hijrah
the last prophet of God (Allah) in Islam
a monotheistic religion in Arabia which believes Muhammad is…
the people who practice Islam
the Islamic migration to Yathrib by Muhammad
Muhammad
the last prophet of God (Allah) in Islam
Islam
a monotheistic religion in Arabia which believes Muhammad is…
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Modern World History - Rise of Democratic Ideas
Greece
Rome
Judeo-Christian
United States
Direct Democracy
Representative Democracy
Worth of Individual/Equality of All/Community Concern
U.S. Constitution/Bill of Rights
Greece
Direct Democracy
Rome
Representative Democracy
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World History Chapter 13: The Rise of Modern Nations
Anglo-Saxons
Beowulf
Archbishop of Canterbury
"Alfred the Great"
The Jutes, Angles, and Saxons who conquered Britain were coll…
The greatest Saxon poem that still remains that gives us a go…
Augustine became the first ___, the most influential church o…
The first great king of England
Anglo-Saxons
The Jutes, Angles, and Saxons who conquered Britain were coll…
Beowulf
The greatest Saxon poem that still remains that gives us a go…
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The Rise of Middle Eastern Extremism: Modern World History
Muslim
Islam
Palestine
Persecution
A follower of the Islamic religion
A faith in Muhammad's sayings (Muhammad is the prophet of All…
Region in Asia also known as "The Holy Land"
Mistreatment of someone based on their race or religion
Muslim
A follower of the Islamic religion
Islam
A faith in Muhammad's sayings (Muhammad is the prophet of All…
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world history 15.3/ Rise of modern Japan
main idea
concession
prefectures
Tokugawa Shogunate Dynasty
-U.S. forces Japan to open its doors to trade with Western na…
political compromise
territories under the control of governer
-had an isolationist policy and only had relations with Korea…
main idea
-U.S. forces Japan to open its doors to trade with Western na…
concession
political compromise
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Modern World History: Rise of Democracy (prologue)
monarchy
aristocracy
oligarchy
democracy
a government that is ruled by one leader, a king.
a government ruled by the noble class, rich people.
a government ruled by a group of people that aren't connected…
a government where the people vote for a leader to make decis…
monarchy
a government that is ruled by one leader, a king.
aristocracy
a government ruled by the noble class, rich people.
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 2
Henry II
common law
Richard (the Lion-Hearted)
Eleanor of Aquitaine
king who initiated the Plantagenet line of kings and establis…
laws established by Henry II that are common to all Englishmen
English king who loved crusades and combat and spent only six…
Richard's mother who maintained his realm in his absence and…
Henry II
king who initiated the Plantagenet line of kings and establis…
common law
laws established by Henry II that are common to all Englishmen
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations," Section 3
France
Hugh Capet
Capetian
Ile-de-France
individual empire named for the Franks that began to develop…
king who began the Capetian line of kings
French line of kings that marked the beginning of the modern…
tiny patch of land that was Hugh Capet's feudal domain
France
individual empire named for the Franks that began to develop…
Hugh Capet
king who began the Capetian line of kings
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Abeka World History Chapter 13 "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 5
Western civilization
Age of Exploration
Leif Ericson
Orient
modern European civilization
when European nations began in earnest to explore distant lan…
Viking that sailed to America around A.D. 1000
the East
Western civilization
modern European civilization
Age of Exploration
when European nations began in earnest to explore distant lan…
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 2
Henry II
common law
Richard (the Lion-Hearted)
Eleanor of Aquitaine
king who initiated the Plantagenet line of kings and establis…
laws established by Henry II that are common to all Englishmen
English king who loved crusades and combat and spent only six…
Richard's mother who maintained his realm in his absence and…
Henry II
king who initiated the Plantagenet line of kings and establis…
common law
laws established by Henry II that are common to all Englishmen
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 1
Celts
Druids
Stonehenge
Angles, Saxons, and Jutes
the earliest known inhabitants of the British Isles; known fo…
a special group of Celtic men who acted as teachers, judges,…
a mysterious monument in southern England that may have been…
three Germanic tribes that invaded Britain
Celts
the earliest known inhabitants of the British Isles; known fo…
Druids
a special group of Celtic men who acted as teachers, judges,…
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Abeka World History Chapter 13 "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 6
Indians
Arawaks
Carib
Mayas
what Columbus called the Native Americans
the first tribe Columbus encountered
the Indians for which the Carribean Sea was named
built the first great civilization in the Western Hemisphere
Indians
what Columbus called the Native Americans
Arawaks
the first tribe Columbus encountered
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations," Section 4
Iberian Peninsula
Cadiz
Hispania (Spain)
Moors
peninsula in southwestern Europe on which Spain and Portugal…
a large, prosperous city founded by the Phoenicians on the Ib…
name that Rome gave to the territory that they acquired in Ib…
Muslims from North Africa that invaded Spain
Iberian Peninsula
peninsula in southwestern Europe on which Spain and Portugal…
Cadiz
a large, prosperous city founded by the Phoenicians on the Ib…
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 1
Celts
Druids
Stonehenge
Angles, Saxons, and Jutes
the earliest known inhabitants of the British Isles; known fo…
a special group of Celtic men who acted as teachers, judges,…
a mysterious monument in southern England that may have been…
three Germanic tribes that invaded Britain
Celts
the earliest known inhabitants of the British Isles; known fo…
Druids
a special group of Celtic men who acted as teachers, judges,…
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations," Section 4
Iberian Peninsula
Cadiz
Hispania (Spain)
Moors
peninsula in southwestern Europe on which Spain and Portugal…
a large, prosperous city founded by the Phoenicians on the Ib…
name that Rome gave to the territory that they acquired in Ib…
Muslims from North Africa that invaded Spain
Iberian Peninsula
peninsula in southwestern Europe on which Spain and Portugal…
Cadiz
a large, prosperous city founded by the Phoenicians on the Ib…
27 terms
Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 1
Celts
Druids
Stonehenge
Angles, Saxons, and Jutes
the earliest known inhabitants of the British Isles; known fo…
a special group of Celtic men who acted as teachers, judges,…
a mysterious monument in southern England that may have been…
three Germanic tribes that invaded Britain
Celts
the earliest known inhabitants of the British Isles; known fo…
Druids
a special group of Celtic men who acted as teachers, judges,…
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Modern World History: Ch 14 (Rise of Islam) Quiz + Test
Along with urban (city) dwellers and s…
Before Muhammed was visited by the Arc…
The fist message Muhammed received fro…
Islam is an Arabic term that means
Bedouins
merchant
to proclaim
to submit
Along with urban (city) dwellers and s…
Bedouins
Before Muhammed was visited by the Arc…
merchant
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations," Section 3
France
Hugh Capet
Capetian
Ile-de-France
individual empire named for the Franks that began to develop…
king who began the Capetian line of kings
French line of kings that marked the beginning of the modern…
tiny patch of land that was Hugh Capet's feudal domain
France
individual empire named for the Franks that began to develop…
Hugh Capet
king who began the Capetian line of kings
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World History 8A Unit 3 The World Before Modern Times Lesson 7: Rome and the Rise of Christianity
Christianity
clergy
imperator
laity
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
Church officials
an ancient title given to the commander of a victorious army;…
Regular church members
Christianity
A monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the O…
clergy
Church officials
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations," Section 4
Iberian Peninsula
Cadiz
Hispania (Spain)
Moors
peninsula in southwestern Europe on which Spain and Portugal…
a large, prosperous city founded by the Phoenicians on the Ib…
name that Rome gave to the territory that they acquired in Ib…
Muslims from North Africa that invaded Spain
Iberian Peninsula
peninsula in southwestern Europe on which Spain and Portugal…
Cadiz
a large, prosperous city founded by the Phoenicians on the Ib…
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 2
Henry II
common law
Richard (the Lion-Hearted)
Eleanor of Aquitaine
king who initiated the Plantagenet line of kings and establis…
laws established by Henry II that are common to all Englishmen
English king who loved crusades and combat and spent only six…
Richard's mother who maintained his realm in his absence and…
Henry II
king who initiated the Plantagenet line of kings and establis…
common law
laws established by Henry II that are common to all Englishmen
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Modern World History: Chapter 15.3 Fascism Rises in Europe
Definitions
Fascism
Anti-Semitism
Questions
...
a political movement that promotes an extreme form of nationa…
Hatred of the Jews
...
Definitions
...
Fascism
a political movement that promotes an extreme form of nationa…
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World History: The Modern Era 9.2 - The Rise of the Cities
germ theory
Louis Pasteur
Robert Koch
Florence Nightingale
the idea that certain microbes cause specific infectious dise…
a French chemist who showed the link between microbes and dis…
a German doctor who identified the bacterium that caused tube…
an army nurse in the Crimean War who worked to introduce sani…
germ theory
the idea that certain microbes cause specific infectious dise…
Louis Pasteur
a French chemist who showed the link between microbes and dis…
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Rise of the Modern World
The Great Transformation
Guns, Sails, and Empires
Ecological Imperialism
Trade and Civilisation in the Indian O…
Polanyi - 1957 - examines what held society together amidst t…
Cipolla - 1965 - argues that Renaissance Europe succeeded in…
Crosby - 1972 - examines the ecological implications of Europ…
Chaudhuri - 1985 - uses Braudelian approach (Mediterranean) t…
The Great Transformation
Polanyi - 1957 - examines what held society together amidst t…
Guns, Sails, and Empires
Cipolla - 1965 - argues that Renaissance Europe succeeded in…
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Rise of the modern world
shared essence
space, time
modern world
ethnogenesis
the nation evokes a _______
the nation asserts itself through ______ and ______
nation-building and ethnogenesis (the nation state as modern…
the emergence of new ethnic groups
shared essence
the nation evokes a _______
space, time
the nation asserts itself through ______ and ______
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 1
Celts
Druids
Stonehenge
Angles, Saxons, and Jutes
the earliest known inhabitants of the British Isles; known fo…
a special group of Celtic men who acted as teachers, judges,…
a mysterious monument in southern England that may have been…
three Germanic tribes that invaded Britain
Celts
the earliest known inhabitants of the British Isles; known fo…
Druids
a special group of Celtic men who acted as teachers, judges,…
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Modern World History: Prologue
Government
monarchy
Aristocracy
oligarchy
A system for controlling the society
A single person is called a king or a monarch ruled in a gove…
A government ruled by a small group of noble, land owning fam…
A government ruled by a few powerful people
Government
A system for controlling the society
monarchy
A single person is called a king or a monarch ruled in a gove…
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Bene Modern World History Section 15: 3, Facism Rises in Europe
Fascism
Fascist Ideas
Mussolini
Il Duce
-militant -movement that emphasized loyalty to the state & ob…
-Extreme form of nationalism (loyalty to your country).... -nati…
-Fascist dictator of Italy from 1922-1943. -Promised to rescu…
-Mussolini's nickname which means "the leader" in Italian.... -o…
Fascism
-militant -movement that emphasized loyalty to the state & ob…
Fascist Ideas
-Extreme form of nationalism (loyalty to your country).... -nati…
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World History - Chapter 16.1 - The Rise of Modern Science
1. How was ancient and medieval scienc…
What were scientists called during the…
1. What is the heliocentric view of th…
1. Briefly describe the three laws of…
1. Most people never understood the forces and laws of nature…
Natural philosophers
1. The idea that the planets, including the earth, revolve ar…
1. a. The first law states that planets orbit the sun in oval…
1. How was ancient and medieval scienc…
1. Most people never understood the forces and laws of nature…
What were scientists called during the…
Natural philosophers
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modern world history the rise of fascism and WWII test battles
poland
battle of britain
operation barbarosa
pearl harbor
invaded by germany... sept 1 1939
second mistake hitler made... germans lose... July 1940
invade soviet union... failed... 3rd mistake... june 1941
japan tried to destroy US aircraft carrier ... tactical success…
poland
invaded by germany... sept 1 1939
battle of britain
second mistake hitler made... germans lose... July 1940
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The Rise of Modern Nations - History
celts
druids
stonehenge
julius caesar
earliest known inhabitants of the british isles
special group of celts, acted as teachers, judges, and priests
mysterious monument thought to be a celtic worship site
invaded britain twice
celts
earliest known inhabitants of the british isles
druids
special group of celts, acted as teachers, judges, and priests
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Art History: Rise of Modernism
Jacques-Louis David... Oath of the Horati…
Theodore Gericault... Raft of the "Medusa…
Eugene Delacroix... Liberty Leading the P…
Francisco de Goya... The Sleep of Reason…
Jacques-Louis David... Oath of the Horati…
Theodore Gericault... Raft of the "Medusa…
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Modern World History: Chapter 15.3 Fascism Rises in Europe
Definitions
Fascism
Anti-Semitism
Questions
...
a political movement that promotes an extreme form of nationa…
Hatred of the Jews
...
Definitions
...
Fascism
a political movement that promotes an extreme form of nationa…
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Rise of Modern Capitalism: History
Mercantilism
the Columbian Exchange
Marco Polo
Prince Henry the Navigator
The idea that a nation would become more powerful by exportin…
global exchange of people, goods, technology, ideas, and dise…
Spent 17 years in China working for Kublai Kahn
Laid the groundwork for a new era of exploration
Mercantilism
The idea that a nation would become more powerful by exportin…
the Columbian Exchange
global exchange of people, goods, technology, ideas, and dise…
12 terms
Modern World History Section 15: 3, Facism Rises in Europe
*Fascism
*Fascist Ideas
*Mussolini
*Il Duce
-militant -movement that emphasized loyalty to the state & ob…
-Extreme form of nationalism (loyalty to your country).... -nati…
-Fascist dictator of Italy from 1922-1943. -Promised to rescu…
-Mussolini's nickname which means "the leader" in Italian.... -o…
*Fascism
-militant -movement that emphasized loyalty to the state & ob…
*Fascist Ideas
-Extreme form of nationalism (loyalty to your country).... -nati…
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Abeka World History Chapter 13: "The Rise of Modern Nations" Section 2
Henry II
common law
Richard (the Lion-Hearted)
Eleanor of Aquitaine
king who initiated the Plantagenet line of kings and establis…
laws established by Henry II that are common to all Englishmen
English king who loved crusades and combat and spent only six…
Richard's mother who maintained his realm in his absence and…
Henry II
king who initiated the Plantagenet line of kings and establis…
common law
laws established by Henry II that are common to all Englishmen
9 terms
World History: The Modern Era 6.2 - The Rise of the Cities
germ theory
Louis Pasteur
Robert Koch
Florence Nightingale
the idea that certain microbes cause specific infectious dise…
a French chemist who showed the link between microbes and dis…
a German doctor who identified the bacterium that caused tube…
an army nurse in the Crimean War who worked to introduce sani…
germ theory
the idea that certain microbes cause specific infectious dise…
Louis Pasteur
a French chemist who showed the link between microbes and dis…
Modern World History: Chapter 15.3 Fascism Rises in Europe
Definitions
Fascism
Anti-Semitism
Questions
...
a political movement that promotes an extreme form of nationa…
Hatred of the Jews
...
Definitions
...
Fascism
a political movement that promotes an extreme form of nationa…
12 terms
World History - Chapter 16.1 - The Rise of Modern Science
1. How was ancient and medieval scienc…
What were scientists called during the…
1. What is the heliocentric view of th…
1. Briefly describe the three laws of…
1. Most people never understood the forces and laws of nature…
Natural philosophers
1. The idea that the planets, including the earth, revolve ar…
1. a. The first law states that planets orbit the sun in oval…
1. How was ancient and medieval scienc…
1. Most people never understood the forces and laws of nature…
What were scientists called during the…
Natural philosophers
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World History: The Modern Era 9.2 - The Rise of the Cities
germ theory
Louis Pasteur
Robert Koch
Florence Nightingale
the idea that certain microbes cause specific infectious dise…
a French chemist who showed the link between microbes and dis…
a German doctor who identified the bacterium that caused tube…
an army nurse in the Crimean War who worked to introduce sani…
germ theory
the idea that certain microbes cause specific infectious dise…
Louis Pasteur
a French chemist who showed the link between microbes and dis…
9 terms
Modern World Final: Rise of the Socialist
Provisional Government
Vladimir Lenin
Socialism (Marxism)
Bolsheviks
...
- In March 1917, this Person was still in exile.
- This was Markist's theory.... - He believed that the working w…
- A faction of the Marxist Russian Social Democratic Labour P…
Provisional Government
...
Vladimir Lenin
- In March 1917, this Person was still in exile.
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Modern World History Chapter 7
Old Regime
estates
Louis XVI
Marie Antionette
Social and political system of France in the 1770s
Three large social classes in France under the Old Regime.
The king of France from 1754-1793.
Queen of France,she was unpopular because she had the best dr…
Old Regime
Social and political system of France in the 1770s
estates
Three large social classes in France under the Old Regime.
19 terms
Modern World History - Enlightenment
Enlightenment
Thomas Hobbes
John Locke
philosophe
18th century intellectual movement that emphasized the use of…
English political philosopher who advocated absolute sovereig…
17th century English philosopher who opposed the Divine Right…
A thinker who uses logic and reason to investigate the nature…
Enlightenment
18th century intellectual movement that emphasized the use of…
Thomas Hobbes
English political philosopher who advocated absolute sovereig…
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Unit 11: The rise of the Modern World
Scientific Revolution
Scientific Method
Enlightenment
Philosophe
the time when their was a major change in european thought an…
Local procedure for gathering information about the natural w…
An 18th century european action when thinkers tied to apply t…
A group of social thinkers who were in france during the the…
Scientific Revolution
the time when their was a major change in european thought an…
Scientific Method
Local procedure for gathering information about the natural w…
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World History ~ Rise of Islam
sheikh
Quran
Islam
Hijrah
A(n) ___ is the ruler of an Arabic tribe, chosen from one of…
The ___ is the holy scriptures of the religion of Islam.
___ is a monotheistic religion that emerged in the Arabian Pe…
___ is the journey of Muhammed and his followers to Madinah i…
sheikh
A(n) ___ is the ruler of an Arabic tribe, chosen from one of…
Quran
The ___ is the holy scriptures of the religion of Islam.
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Modern World Honors: Rise of Empires
Sophists
Socrates
Plato
Aristotle
A group of philosopher teachers who believed strongly in indi…
(470-399 BCE) An Athenian philosopher who thought that human…
(430-347 BCE) Was a disciple of Socrates whose cornerstone of…
(384-322 BCE) Believed, unlike his teacher Plato, that philos…
Sophists
A group of philosopher teachers who believed strongly in indi…
Socrates
(470-399 BCE) An Athenian philosopher who thought that human…
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Modern World History Vocabulary
Scientific Revolution
Heliocentric Theory
Declaration of Independence
Social Contract
major change in European thought characterized by new theorie…
idea that the sun is the center of the universe
document declaring American Independence from Britain, writte…
agreement by which people define and limit their individual r…
Scientific Revolution
major change in European thought characterized by new theorie…
Heliocentric Theory
idea that the sun is the center of the universe
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Modern World History Ch. 1
Florence
Medici's
Leonardo da Vinci
Rebirth
The leading city of Renaissance Italy, the "City of Flowers"…
Family of Florentine bankers and statesmen prominent in Itali…
Famous Florentine painter, sculptor and architect and pioneer…
English translation of French word "Renaissance"
Florence
The leading city of Renaissance Italy, the "City of Flowers"…
Medici's
Family of Florentine bankers and statesmen prominent in Itali…
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Modern World History - Absolutism
Elizabeth I
James I
Charles I
English Civil War
(1533- 1603) English queen who created a strong, centralized…
1603-1625, wanted absolute power, faced problems with royal d…
King of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1625-1649). His power…
(1642-1651) Armed conflict between royalists and parliamentar…
Elizabeth I
(1533- 1603) English queen who created a strong, centralized…
James I
1603-1625, wanted absolute power, faced problems with royal d…
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