UNITII-HistoryNotes-9-22-05

UNITII-HistoryNotes-9-22-05 - UNIT II: THE REFORMATION AND...

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UNIT II: THE REFORMATION AND THE WARS OF RELIGION 9/22/05 Section 8: The New Monarchies Significant Facts… In place at the time of the reformation 1.) On going decline of the church * Still corruption in the Catholic Church 2.) As a result - on going growth of secularism * Connected to the Renaissance 3.) Continued spread of Lay Religion * Maybe we shouldn’t ultimately be dependent on a clergy * Brothers and Sisters of the Common Life 4.) Rise of Monarchies * Tudors of England * Hapsburg of Austria 5.) Division of Germany * 300 different kingdoms and principalities 6.) Islamic Threat * Turks 7.) The Zeal of Spain – A modern crusade is declared * Kings of the nation will feel that it is their call to spread and defend Catholicism 8.) The Pre-eminence of Charles the V (Hapsburg Threat) – Universal Monarchy – Defender of Catholicism – Holy Roman Emperor - Also Charles V of Spain, Hungary, Bohemia – * Attributed to Maximilian 1 st – 1493-1519 – Holy Roman Emperor – “Where others have
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HIST-MASH AP Europea taught by Professor Achenbach during the Fall '06 term at Allegheny.

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