Type
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Description

Which Monarch died in 1516? Ferdinand
What League did England join in 1511? Holy
Which Earl was involved in the Battle of Flodden? Surrey
Where did Spain capture in 1512 instead of helping Henry invade France? Navarre
What was the Battle between England and France in 1545 at the Isle of Wight called? Solent
Which French treaty was renewed in 1510? Etaples
Which monarch did Henry invite to the Field of Cloth of Gold? Francis
Which 1543 Treaty failed to organise the marriage of Edward Tudor and Mary Stuart? Greenwich
What land captured in the Battle of the Spurs was sold back to France in 1519? Tournai
Who does Charles V replace as Holy Roman Emporer in 1519? Maximillian
Which 1542 Battle sees the death of James V? Solway Moss
Which League with North Germany amounted to nothing in 1539? Schmalkaldic
Which 1518 treaty did Wolsey create to recentralise England in European affairs? London
Which Irish Earl was dismissed in 1534, sparking a rebellion in Ireland? Kildare
Which 1525 Battle saw Charles wreck Francis? Pavia

Absolutism Crossword

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Description

the only one of the Wars of Absolutism that was a true global (world) war, where France and Austria were allied for the first time in history SevenYearsWar
Spain's powerful navy was defeated in this war by smaller and faster English ships SpanishArmada
this war was fought over control of the territory of Silesia and whether or not Maria Theresa could stay on the throne of Austria War of Austrian Succession
as a result of this war, France lost its possessions in North America WarofSpanishSuccession
the cause of this war was Louis XIV of France trying to put one of his relatives on the throne of Spain; it was ended by the Treaty of Utrecht SevenYearsWar
one of the causes of this conflict was the help that England was giving pirates who were capturing treasure ships from Spain SpanishArmada
this monarch aided the Protestants in the Netherlands in their efforts to break away from the Spanish empire ElizabethI
known as the "Sun King", this monarch left his country almost completely bankrupt because of his wars and excessive spending LouisXIV
this monarch sent his navy to invade England, but most of his ships were destroyed in a storm PhilipII
this region in northern Europe revolted and became independent of Spain in 1579 TheNetherlands
Henry IV of France made a declaration that French Protestants could worship freely in most cities, an attempt at religious toleration EdictofNantes
Protestants in France were called _____ Huguenots
He had the real power during the reign of Louis XIII in France Cardinal Richelieu
the Finance Minister under Louis XIV in France, he believed in the theory of mercantilism and wanted to make France self-sufficient JeanBaptisteColbert
he ruled Prussia as an absolute ruler, but also allowed religious toleration and made laws less harsh FredericktheGreat
he tried to make Russia more like the countries of Western Europe, promoting education, women's rights, and building a new seaport for trade PetertheGreat
fought between the forces of the king, Charles I, and Parliament over who should have the most power EnglishCivilWar
the leader of Parliament's army in the English Civil War; he ruled England for 10 years when it was a commonwealth OliverCromwell
Charles II was asked to come back to England to rule after the period of the Commonwealth, and the monarchy was re-established theRestoration
because of James I's attempts to bring the Catholic religion back to England, Parliament asked William and Mary (his daughter) to take over as king and queen TheGloriousRevolution
the type of government England has today, was established because of the Glorious Revolution ConstitutionalMonarchy

Absolutism Crossword

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Crossword
Description

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

unit 3 vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

a king or queen who has unlimited power and seeks to control all aspects of society absolute power
the idea the monarchs are God's representatives on earth and are therfore answer able only to God divine right
a 1598 declaration in which the french king henry iv promised that protestants could live in peace in france and could set houses of worship in some french cities edict of nantes
philosophy based on the idea that nothing can be known for certain skepticism
a french goverment official appointed by the monarch to collect taxes and administer justile intendant
european conflict over religion, over territory, and for power among ruling families, lasting from 1618 to 1648 thirty year war
a conflict in europe, north america, and india, lasting from 1756 to 1763, in which the forces of britian and russia batled those of austria, france russia, and others seven years war
landowning nobles of russia boyars
an adoption of the social, poticial, or economic insitiutions of especially european or american countries westernization
a conflict, lasting from 1642 to 1649, in which purtain supporters of parliament battled supporters of englsih's monarchy english civil war
the period of charles II's rule over england, after the collapse of oliver cromuel's goverment restoration
a document requiring that a prisoner be brought before a court or judge so that it can be decided whether his or her imprisonment is legal habeas corpus
a group of advisers or ministers chosen by the head of country to help make goverment decisons cabinet

Renaissance & Reformation Crossword

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Description

The revival of art and literature under the influence of classical models in the 14th-16th centuries (also known as the rebirth) Renaissance
art technique used for the first time in the renaissance, depth, life like perspective
Italian sculptor, painter, architect, and poet; full name Michelangelo Buonarroti. A leading figure of the High Renaissance Michelangelo
Dutch humanist and theologian who was the leading Renaissance scholar of northern Europe, praise of folly, criticized fasting, Churchs interpretation of the bible Desiderius Erasmus
English poet and dramatist considered one of the greatest English writers (1564-1616). William Shakespeare
A grant by the pope of remission of the temporal punishment in purgatory still due for sins after absolution. The unrestricted sale of indulgences by pardoners was a widespread abuse during the later Middle Ages indulgence
Written by Martin Luther in 1517 and widely regarded as the primary catalysts for the Protestant Reformation 95 Theses
Son of Henry VII and King of England from 1509 to 1547; his divorce from Catherine of Aragon resulted in his break with the Catholic Church in 1534 and his excommunication 1538, leading to the start of the Reformation in England (1491-1547)- crazy, henry left church and created anglican church Henry VIII
A council of the Roman Catholic Church convened in Trento in three sessions between 1545 and 1563 to examine and condemn the teachings of Martin Luther- acted to abolish the selling of indulgences, formed jesuits (society of jesus, started by Ignatius Layola). Council of Trent
theologians, churchmen, and statesmen whose careers, works, and actions brought about the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century. Protestant reformers
A Spanish knight from a Basque noble family, hermit, priest since 1537, and theologian, who founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and was its first Superior General Ignatius de Loyola
predicted weather, included calendars maps medical advice. almanacs
The early period when Italy was the center of the Renaissance. started ancient world to explore acheivements, emphasis on power of human reason, humanists and humanism, desidius erasmus Italian renaissance
Italian painter, scientist, and engineer. His paintings include The Last Supper (1498) and the Mona Lisa (1504-05). engineer, architect, scientists, inventor, artist. Leonardo da vinci
German printer who was the first in Europe to print using movable type and the first to use a press (1400-1468) Johannes Gutenberg
Irish poet who wrote nostalgic and patriotic verse (1779-1852). published utopia, criticized gov't, start of communism, was canonized as a saint for saying that henry wasn't the head of church because the pope is the head of the church.  Thomas Moore
German theologian who led the Reformation; believed that salvation is granted on the basis of faith rather than deeds (1483-1546) Martin Luther
The Peace of Augsburg was a treaty between Charles V and the forces of the Schmalkaldic League, an alliance of Lutheran princes, on September 25, 1555, at the imperial city of Augsburg Peace of Augsburg
Swiss theologian (born in France) whose tenets (predestination and the irresistibility of grace and justification by faith) defined Presbyterianism (1509-1564) John Calvin
a religious order in the Catholic Church, known for their open-mindedness and high regard for education, patholocism, related a lot to humanists, they believed in education and started colleges, very low life standards and maintenance. Jesuits

War of 1812 Crossword

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Description

conflict fought between the United States and Great Britain over British violations of U.S. maritime rights. It ended with the exchange of ratification of the Treaty of Ghent. War of 1812
an act or means of sealing off a place to prevent goods or people from entering or leaving. Blockade
an act of defeating an enemy or opponent in a battle. Victory
called for war against England and eyed Canada as a possible target of expansion. War Hawks
best remembered for surrendering Fort Detroit to the British on August 16, 1812 following the Siege of Detroit. General William Hull
British General that led the Canadians. Isaac Brooks
The British battered Oliver Hazard Perry's own ship and left is helpless. BattleOfLakeErie
Withdraw from enemy forces as a result of their superior power or after a defeat. Retreat
The ninth President of the U.S. William Henry Harrison
A Tennessee officer who took control of the American Troops in the Creek War. Andrew Jackson
Defeated France in 1814. Britain
Defeated by Britain and its army in 1814. France
an engagement fought between January 8 and January 18, 1815, constituting the final major battle of the War of 1812, and the most one-sided battle of that war. BattleOfNewOrleans
a sustained fight between large, organized armed forces. Battle
a state of armed conflict between different nations or states or different groups within a nation or state. War
a Native American leader of the Shawnee and a large tribal confederacy which opposed the United States during Tecumseh's War and became an ally of Britain in the War of 1812. Tecumseh
Tecumseh's brother. TheProphet
a tribe led by Tecumseh. The Shawnee Tribe
an instance of defeating or being defeated. Defeat

Absolute Monarchy in Spain and France Crossword

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Crossword
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

The War of 1812 Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Who was the President during the war of 1812? James Madison
Who was the Secretary of State during the war of 1812? James Monroe
What capital did the British burn down? Washington
What did they call a group or person who was for the war of 1812 Warhawks
What was the last name of the person who wrote the National Anthem? Key
What still stood after the battle of Fort McHenry? Flag
What country did the Warhawks want to take over? Canada
What other country was England at war with? France
Who was on the Protrait that Mrs. Madison saved? George Washington
What battle occured after the Treaty of Ghent? New Orleans
Who allied the Indians with the British? Tecumseh
Who was the "hero" of the war of 1812? Andrew Jackson
What was the name of the treaty that ended the war? Treaty of Ghent
What major Canadian city did the Americans burn down? York
What ship was nicknamed "Old Ironsides"? USS Constitution
Who were the British allies with? Indians
What is the term for what the British did to American sailors? Impress
Where is Prophetstown? Indiana
Who was the war of 1812 mainly against? Britain
What surged after the war? Nationalism
Who was the leader of France at the time? Napoleon

CHAPTER 1 THE JEFFERSON ERA Crossword

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Crossword
Description

whats relating to or affecting? radical
he was the v- p for thomas jefferson? Aron burr
he tried to convience house of reps that jefferson is going to be a good pres? Alexander hamilton
he was the president in 1800? thomas jefferson
when adams was able to appont as many federalist judges as he could? judiciary act of 1801
leadear of the federalist party in VA? john marshal
named justice of peace? william marbury
interpreting constitution? judicial review
leader of the haitian revolution? toussaint l'ouverture
the purchase pres.jefferson made? louisiana purchase
corps of discovery? lewis and clark expediton
she was a shoshone women? sacagawea
an explore of the arkansas river? zebulen pike
taking military or naval men by force? impressment
where not able to trade with any other country? embargo act of 1807
an indian who wants to unite the indian tribes? tecumseh
he was the leader of the lake erie battle? oliver hazard perry
made star spangle banner song ? francis scott key
signed after the new orleans battle? treaty of gheat

World War 1 Word Search

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Description

isolationism
Henry Cabot lodge
league of nations
Reparations
Versailles Treaty
Fourteen Points
Woodrow wilson
U boats
Trench Warfare
Alvin York
Battle of Argonne Forest
John J Perghing
Schenck v. U.S.
Selective Service Act
Submarine Warfare
Sussex Pledge
Lusitania
Freedom of the Seas
Zimmerman Telegram
World WAR 1

Absolute Monarchs and The Enlightment Crossword

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Description

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