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A word commonly used by art critics to consider previous arts as an unbalanced style. Baroque
The French chief minister of Louis XIII Cardinal Richelieu
The successor of Elizabeth I, a Stuart, who held an absolutist belief. James I
A government, where the monarch holds an absolutist belief, where he has the the ultimate authority. divine right monarchy
A successor in the Bourbon monarchy, and crowned king at the age of nine. Louis XIII
King’s court royal councils
Royal civil servants that were responsible in their districts intendants
Failed to revive Spain’s power during the Thirty Years’ War. Philip IV
A series of violent uprisings during the early reign of Louis XIV triggered by growing royal control and oppressive taxation. Fronde
The Sun King, who truly withheld an absolutist view. A monarch, who set up an extravagant court at the city of Versailles. Louis XIV
Succeeded James I, who went against Parliament in the English civil war. Charles I
A legislation that worked to limit the power of the monarch, and attempted to make government without parliament impossible. Long Parliament
Following the execution of Charles I, he became the Lord Protector, with all the responsibilities of a king, but refused to take the title of a king. Oliver Cromwell
The return of an English monarchy in 1660, by bringing Charles II to the throne. Stuart Restoration
A monarch that received an annual payment from Louis XIV in return that he relaxes the laws against Catholics. Charles II
Succeeded his brother, Charles I, and violated the Test Act. By holding absolutist belief, he went further to grant religious freedom to all. James II
A philosopher that defended the Glorious Revolution. John Locke
A time period, where one king was replaced by another with minimal bloodshed. Also a time period, where the idea of divine-right monarchy was gone, and both the monarchy and Parliament worked together. Glorious Revolution
Believed that if humans are left ungoverned, they would fight violently for power and wealth; therefore, he regarded the absolute rule of a monarch the solution. Thomas Hobbes
Crowned King and queen, and recognized the supremacy of Parliament. William and Mary
This formulated a direct response to Stuart absolutism. Bill of Rights
Determined to unify Brandenburg, Prussia, and areas around the Rhine River. Frederick William
The nobility of Brandenburg and Prussia, they were reluctant allies of Frederick William in his consolidation of the Prussian state. Junker
A giant of his time determined to improve and build the army in Russia. Peter I
Russia’s victory against the small army of Sweden due to Peter’s new war machine. Battle of Poltava

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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

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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

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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

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Chapter 17 The Age of Absolutism Word Search

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Absolute Monarchy in Spain and France Crossword

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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

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Chapter 14 World History 2 Test Crossword

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Why did parliament want William and Mary (James II daughter) to invade England? Catholic Heir
what was so glorious about the Glorious Revolution No Blood Shed
What were the conditions that William and Mary had to accept in order to receive the Throne of England? English Bill of rights
I was the best example of an absolute ruler. I was all the rage, every prince in Europe wanted to be like me. Louis XIV
What did I nickname myself because I believed that I was the source of light for all of my people? Sun King
What type of governmental system is it when the ruler holds total power? Absolutism
Under the king’s watchful eye, great lords no longer plotted— they remained with the court, ready to please and serve the king. Where did the king keep an eye on his nobility? Versailles
Ivan IV (The terrible) was the first Russian ruler to take this title. What is the Russian word for Caesar? Czar
What are the members of the Russian nobility called? Boyars
To maintain his army and his power Fredrick William set up the General War Commissariat to levy taxes for the army and to oversee its growth. Many of these agencies members came from the aristocracy. What are the members of the Prussian landed aristocracy called? Junkers
What was the magic called that had been part of traditional European village culture called? Witchcraft
This queen of England died in 1603 bringing an end to the Tudor Dynasty Queen Elizabeth
I was the Scottish cousin of the Queen pictured above and believed in “Divine rights of Kings.” I tried to make the church more Protestant which angered many. James I
On the 5th of November 1605 I attempted to kill the king and his family by putting 10 tons of gunpowder under parliament and blowing it up. Today they celebrate my attempt on the King by blowing of fireworks Guy Fawkes
this religion group fled Britain for the new world, a pilgrimage of sorts, to find religious freedom. Puritans
We supported the king during the English Civil Wars. Cavaliers
We supported the Parliament during the English Civil Wars and had funny haircuts. Roundheads
the military genius who led Parliament to victory with the “New Model Army” Oliver Cromwell
After I purged the parliament all that was left was this. We were also the group that executed Charles I. Rump Parliament
In order to avoid being captured by the Parliamentary forces the heir to the throne, Charles II, hid in one of these. Oak Tree
The time period in which a ruler held total power was known as Divine right of the king, Absolutism was tied to the medieval idea of ___ where rulers received their power from God and were responsible only to God. Age of Absolutism
Ruled by one monarchy
Ruled by none Anarchy
a ruler maintains absolute authority over foreign policy, taxation, and the lives of their subjects. absolute monarchs
a ruler shares authority with parliament constitutional
had the ability to make laws, levy taxes, administer justice, control state officials&determine foreign policy Absolute monarchs
where thousands of Puritans go to practice their own religion during this time House of Common
the bill of rights did all of the following except abolish catholicism
during the late middle ages, Spain did all of the following except expel the jews

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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

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Kings and queens have all of the power within states' boundaries Absolute
God created monarchy Divine right
French Protestants Huguenots
Gave up Protestants and converted Catholicism Henry IV
Huguenots can live in France and have houses of worship Nantes
The sun King from 1643-1715 Louis XIV
Minister or finance Colbert
self sufficient Mercantilism
Taxes on imports Tariffs
high tariffs Import
More than you import Export
A European conflict over territory and religion, lasting from 1618 to 1648 Thirty Years'
Side with Protestants and did not want Ferdinand and to challenge French King Richelieu
A Russian emperor Czar
The first czar Ivan IV
Ivan was the ruler of this Rule of terror
A landowning nobles Boyar
The guy who made up westernization Peter I
An adoption of the social, political, or economic institutions of the western. Westernization
Seaport to travel to west St. Petersburg
England King Charles I

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promoted governmental regulation of a nation's economy for the purpose of augmenting state power at the expense of rival national powers Mercantilism
an economic system in which transactions between private parties are free from government interference such as regulations, privileges, tariffs, and subsidies Laissez Faire
the belief that the monarch's authority comes directly from God rather than from the people Divine Right
married four times to Maria Manuela of Portugal, Mary Tudor of England, Elizabeth of Valois (in France) and, to Anne of Austria. Phillip II
Known as the Sun King. Louis XIV
was built around a chateau belonging to Louis XIII, which was transformed by additions in the grand French classical style. Versailles
despotic monarchy is a monarchical form of government in which the monarch has absolute power among his or her people. Absolute Monarchy
where ultimate authority and power is derived from the citizens, and the government itself is run through elected officials. Democratic Republic
was an English philosopher and physician, widely regarded as one of the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers John Locke
a French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopher famous for his wit, his attacks on the established Catholic Church, and his advocacy of freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and separation of church and state. Voltaire
a fortress in Paris, known formally as the Bastille
a French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution and led several successful campaigns during the Revolutionary Wars. Napoleon
a European intellectual movement of the late 17th and 18th centuries emphasizing reason and individualism rather than tradition. Enlightenment
an authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization. Facism
a socioeconomic order structured upon the common ownership of the means of production and the absence of social classes, money,4 and the state. Communism
a philosopher, economist, sociologist, journalist, and revolutionary socialist. Born in Prussia to a middle-class family, he later studied political economy and Hegelian philosophy. Karl Marx
a policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force. Imperalism
a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups, especially the political affairs of other countries. Isolationism
the belief that a people who share a common language, history, and culture should constitute an independent nation, free of foreign domination. Nationalism
the dominant social system in medieval Europe, in which the nobility held lands from the Crown in exchange for military service Feudalism

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