Flashcards in Chapter 7 Deck (26):
Divine right of kings
The belief that God gave kings their power
English Protestants from the 16th & 17th centuries
The leader of the commonwealth of England. Military genius.
English bill of rights
1689, limited the power of the monarch and gave rights to the citizens
Th be in complete control
French Protestants influenced by John Calvin
Edict of Nantes
Recognized Catholicism as France's official religion but gave Huguenots the right to worship and have political privileges such as holding office.
Tolerance act of 1689
Granted puritans but not Catholics the right of free public worship.
John Locke (US Influence)
He believed in natural rights supported in the Declaration of Independence
Magic; most accused were single widowed and over 50. 75% were women.
Cause of the 30 years war
Calvinists and Catholics couldn't get along
Peter the great (cultural changes in Russia)
Facial fair, cutting of the coats, national language, and women's clothing
A fella if warships sent by phillip the 2nd to incase England. They were not successful.
Phillip the 2nd
Greatest supporter of militant Catholicism. Defeated the Turks in 1571. He was a ultra catholic.
The Russian word for Caesar.
Someone who is an extreme catholic
Palace of Versailles
Louis XIV lived there & built it. Located 13 miles outside of Paris.
Artistic movement the emerged in Italy in the 1520's & 1530's; it marked the end of the Renaissance by breaking down the principles of balance harmony and moderation.
Built palace if Versailles known as the sun king
European art, music, and architecture of the 17th & 18th centuries
Henrey of Navarre
Leader of the hugenots
Hobbes view of people
Humans were guided not by reason and moral ideas but by the ruthless struggle for self preservation