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absolute monarch
armada
balance of power
cavalier
Charles I
commonwealth
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de cervantes
depopulation
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divine right
edict of nantes
El Greco
elector
France
fronde
glorious revolution
habeas corpus
Hapsburgs
intendant
James I
levee
limited monarchy
Louis XIV
mercenary
Richelieu
roundhead
Tudors
Velazquez
versailles

Age of Absolutism Word Search

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daimyo
kowtow
tribute
isolationism
Ming Dynasty
Versailles
Tudors
Roundhead
Richelieu
mercenary
Louis XIV
limited monarchy
James I
Hapsburgs
Glorious Revolution
France
elector
Edict of Nantes
divine right
dissenter
depopulation
Cromwell
commonwealth
Charles I
Cavalier
balance of power
armada
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Chapter 16 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Charles I is the heir Hapsburg Empire
During 42 reign expanded Spanish fluences Philip II
Ruler of Holy Roman Empire Charles V
Ruler with complete authority over government and lives of the people Absolute Monarch
Authority to rule comes directly from God Divine Right
Fleet to carry Spanish invasion force to England Armada
Meaning "The Greek" El Greco
Most important writer of Spain's Golden Age Miguel de Cervantes
Tore France apart Huguenots
In 1589 inherited the French throne Henry IV
Granting Huguenots religious tolerance and freedom Edict of Nantes
inherited throne in 1643 Louis XIV
Louis XIV chief minister Cardinal Richelieu
Royal Officials Intendant
Or rising Levee
Inherited throne in 1625 Charles I
Protesters who differed from the Church of England Dissenters
Sought to purify the Catholic Churches practices Puritans

Absolute Monarchy in Spain and France Crossword

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Description

Located in Central Europe it contained the Holy Roman Empire and the Netherlands and lasted from the 1400s to the 1900s. Hapsburg Empire
Devout Spanish Catholic who ruled 2 empires. He was involved in constant warfare. Charles V
Ruler of a portion of the Spanish Empire for 42 years. He received the empire from his father. Philip II
A king or queen who has complete or total power. Absolute monarch
A fleet of war ships Armada
Famous painter whose work was done during Spain's Golden Age. El Greco
Famous Spanish author who wrote Don Quixote. Cervantes
French Protestants. Huguenots
French Protestant who inherited the French throne and later converted to Catholicism. Henry IV
Declaration of religious tolerance in France for the Huguenots. Edict of Nantes
Chief minister to King Louis XIII of France. He was a strong supporter of royal absolute power. Richelieu
He inherited the French throne when he was 5 years old. Louis XIV
French royal officials who collected taxes and recruited soldiers. Intendant
Finance minister under Louis XIV Colbert
The immense and magnificent palace constructed by Louis XIV. Versailles
Ritual performed by the king everyday upon his rising. levee
The distribution of military and economic power amongst European nations. Balance of power
The right of a monarch to rule, based on the belief that this right comes directly from God and the monarch is responsible only to God. Divine Right

Absolutism Review Crossword

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Crossword
Description

French monarch who said "I am the state" Louis the fourteenth
A declaration of religious tolerance Edict of nantes
Using western Europe as a model for change Westernization
Russian absolute ruler Peter the great
Military dictator who took over after the English Civil War Cromwell
System of government in England Constitutional monarchy
What happened to the English Monarchy when Charles II took power Restoration
Bloodless overthrow of James II Glorious Revolution
Government agents under Louis XIV Intendants
The idea that a monarch's power comes from God Divine Right
Palace built to show the power of Louis XIV Versailles
What Peter the Great believed Russia needed Warm water port
Between the wars and Versailles, what Louis XIV left France Debt
Who was killed in the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre? Protestants
The Cardinal that advised Louis XIII Richelieu
English King who was executed after the English Civil War Charles the first
Russian czar who ruled by terror. Killed his son Ivan the Terrible
French Protestant Huguenot
War between Charles I and Parliament English Civil War

Absolute Monarchs and The Enlightment Crossword

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For of government where he or she has all the power of the people Absolute monarch
doctrine that kings and queens have a God-given right to rule and that rebellion against them is a sin Divine right
substantial rights in the nation, which was, at the time, still considered essentially Catholic. Edict of Nantes
A war waged in the early seventeenth century that involved France, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Austria, and numerous states of Germany Thirty years war
magnificent palace, built by Louis XIV in the late 1600s, where the treaty ending World War I was signed in 1919 Versailles
fought in the middle of the eighteenth century between the German kingdom of Prussia Seven years war
is a process whereby societies come under or adopt Western culture Westernization
a document constituting a fundamental guarantee of rights and privileges. Manga carta
was a series of armed conflicts and political machinations between Parliamentarians ("Roundheads") and Royalists over, principally, the manner of England's government. English Civil War
requiring a person under arrest to be brought before a judge or into court Habeas Corpus
was the overthrow of King James II of England Glorious Revolution

Absolutism Crossword

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A ruler that has unlimited power and authority over his or her people. absolute monarch
(1638-1715) King of France from 1643-1715; known as the Sun King, he built a palace at Versailles as a means to consolidate absolute power; a series of wars at the end of his long reign drained France's wealth. Louis XIV
Royal French residence and seat of government established by King Louis XIV. Versailles
Morning ritual during which nobles would wait upon King Louis XIV Levee
(1491-1547) King of England from 1509-1547; his desire to annul his marriage led to a conflict with the pope, England's break with the Roman Catholic Church, its embrace of Protestantism. Established the Church of England also known as the Anglican Church. Henry VIII
(1599-1658) in 1642, he led Parliament's forces in deposing Charles I; he became ruler of England in 1653. Oliver Cromwell
(1688) A nonviolent revolution in which leaders of Britain's Parliament invited Mary, daughter of King James II and her husband, the Dutch ruler William of Orange, to replace King James II. Glorious Revolution
(1717-1780) Austrian archduchess, Queen of Bohemia and Hungary from 1740-1780; was one of the most beloved monarchs in the history of Austria. Maria Theresa
(1672-1725) Czar of Russia from 1682-1725; he transformed Russia into a modern state; was an absolute monarch who brought the ways of Western Europe to Russia and made various reforms. Peter the Great
(1729-1796) Czarina of Russia from 1762-1796; ruling with absolute power, she introduced a number of reforms that extended Peter the Great's policy of "westernization." Catherine the Great
"Caesar"; title taken by the male ruler of Russia; female rulers were known as czarinas. Czar
Series of acts passed by the English Parliament in 1689 that limited the rights of the monarchy and ensured the superiority of Parliament. English Bill of Rights
The period of the reign of the reign of Charles II in England when the monarchy was restored after the collapse of Oliver Cromwell's government; there was also a rebirth of English culture during this time. Restoration
Those favoring Parliament during the English Civil War; compose of country gentry; town-dweling manufacturers, and Puritan clergy; against absolutism; earned their name due to their hairstyle. Roundheads
supporters of Charles I during the English Civil War; many were wealthy nobles, proud of their plumed hats and fashionably long hair; were well trained in dueling and warfare. Cavaliers

Triumph of Parliament in England Crossword Puzzle

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Description

Protestant whose views and opinions differed with those of the Church of England Dissenters
principle that a person cannot be held in prison without first being charged with a specific crime Habeas Corpus
government in which a constitution or legislative body limits the monarchs powers Limited Monarchy
the highest legislature, consisting of the sovereign, the House of Lords, and House of Commons Parliament
leader of Roundheads, Puritan members of the lesser gentry, later leader of the Commonwealth Oliver Cromwell
forces of parliament composed of country gentry, town dwelling manufacturers, and Paritan clergy Roundheads
wealthy nobles, supporters of Charles I Cavaliers
what England was under the leadership of Oliver Cromwell Commonwealth
the bloodless overthrow of James II by William and Mary became known as Glorious Revolution
ensured the superiority of parliament over the monarchy Bill of Rights

Absolutism of France Crossword

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Description

Who had the longest reign in Europe Louis XIV
how many wives did King Louis XIV have? Two
Who was the French ruler that was assassinated in 1610? Henry IV
What issue did Henry IV give? Edict of Nantes
What important weapon was used for the French ware fare? Muskets
How long did Louis XIII rule for? 1610-1643
How long did Henry IV rule for? 1589-1610
Who took help in Louis taking over France? Cardinal Richelieu
Who took over when Cardinal had died? Cardinal Mazarin
What did King Henry IV (4th) try to do? Convert people to Catholicism

Absolutism in Europe Crossword

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Description

Religious reform movement that weakened the Catholic Church and altered the power structure of Europe Reformation
Belief that a king's authority to rule came from God Divine Right
The royal family that ruled Spain and the Holy Roman Empire Hapsburg
The King that funded Christopher Columbus' voyage and sent his daughter to England to marry Henry VIII King Ferdinand
Spanish king that considered himself the guardian of the Catholic Church and helped to strengthen it after the Reformation Philip II
Spanish fleet that fought against England's Queen Elizabeth, their protestant foe Armada
Economic problems that plagued Spain due to the influx of gold and silver from the American colonies Inflation
Reference given to the time period in Spain that reflects the brilliance of art and literature Golden Century
Name for French Protestants Huguenots
Religious compromise in France meant to protect the Huguenots from persecution Edict of Nantes
Louis XIV's nickname Sun King
Louis XIV strengthened the power of the state by appointing these people to collect taxes, recruit soldiers, and carry out his policies in far away provinces Intendants
The Palace that Louis XIV moved his seat of power to outside of Paris Versailles
New alliances that emerged in Europe to check growing French power under Louis XIV Balance of Power
What do historians consider to be Louis XIV's biggest mistake? Persecution

Conflict and Absolutism in Europe Word Search

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Absolutism
Armada
Baroque
Boyar
Catholicism
Cavaliers
Common wealth
Czar
Henry IV
Heretic
Inflation
John Locke
Mannerism
Phillip II
Puritans
Round Heads