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His 106-32 CHAPTERS 17 and 18 TEST 1 (1) Francis I of France was particularly hard on Protestants in his kingdom because he was in a competition with Charles V of Spain for A. number of churches built. B. influence over the pope. C. colonies in North America. D. amount of tithe collected. (2) A central doctrine of Calvin’s Protestantism was his belief in A. celibate clergy and monks. B. morals as personal choice. C. predestination to heaven or hell. D. education as a pious act. (3) Approximately ten percent of France’s population in the mid-1500s was Huguenot, who were (4) What did the Edict of Nantes in 1598, issued by King Henry IV, promise? A. Freedom from censorship of printed material. B. Freedom of religion for French Calvinism. C. Freedom from new taxes and fines. D. Freedom of religion for Catholicism. (5) When Dutch Calvinists revolted in 1565, what did they do to Catholic churches? (6) Charles I of England was forced to summon Parliament in 1642 when he needed A. permission to call a war against France. B. recognition of a new Anglican prayer book. C. money as his tax revenue had run out. D. permission for his son’s marriage to a Catholic. (7) The Thirty Years’ War began with religious tensions in (8) German Lutherans fighting in the Thirty Years’ War were aided in 1630 by the intervention of the Lutheran king of Sweden, Gustavus II Adolphus, who formed an alliance with A. Louis XIII of France. B. William III of England C. Ferdinand II of Austria-Germany D. Philip IV of Spain
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(9) At the end of the Thirty Year’s war, who emerged as the dominant power in Europe?
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  • Spring '15
  • Young
  • Colonialism, Native Americans in the United States, Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Spanish colonization of the Americas

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