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Unformatted text preview: APMEH Unit 2 The Golden Age of Monarchs Philip II of Spain Elizabeth I of England Henry IV of France Prelude Maximillian (Hapsburg heir HRE) son = Felipe marries Juana (daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella)- Juana have son Charles V (most dominant monarch with most lands) abdicates land to: brother (Hapsburg lands), leaves son Philip Spain, Netherlands, & American lands ALL HALF BROS & SIS Edward (Child, Protestant but dad Henry was Catholic) Book of Common Prayer (Church of England) Mary inherits throne after Edward- wants to make Catholic so persecutes Lutheran (gives Catholicism a bad name) marries Philip II (not ENGLISH) Elizabeth inherits throne Henry II- death = struggle for throne Group 1: Royals (Valois)- Catherine de Medici (one behind the power) Catholic but role with wind Group 2: Catholics- Guise family Group 3: Huguenots- Navarre (area)- Bourbons- Assassinations, little massacres St. Bartholomew’s day- order of massacre of Huguenots = idea of Protestant resistance theory (if ruler going to...
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- Fall '10
- Elizabeth I of England, Philip II of Spain, Henry IV of France, Catherine de' Medici, Protestant resistance theory