Lecture 3 -- A World Transformed

Lecture 3 -- A World Transformed - Transformations: Europe...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 Transformations: Europe and the World, 1400 – Wednesday, August 25
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6/13/11 Major Developments from 1400-1900 Protestant Reformation (c. 1517 – 1648) Rise of Royal Absolutism (1500s – 1700s) Renaissance (late 1300s – 1600s) European Exploration and Imperial Competition (esp. 1420s – 1800s) Economic Development (esp. 1600s –
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6/13/11 Protestant Reformation, c. 1517 - 1648 Reformation Long Predates the Rise of Nations and Nationalism Martin Luther, Ninety-Five Theses, 1517 Church of England, 1534 John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion , 1536 But Reformation Changes Europe
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6/13/11 Reformation Europe, 16th century
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6/13/11 Rise of Royal Absolutism (1500s – 1700s) Rise of administrative bureaucracies Record keeping Tax revenues Royal navies and armies l Monarchs become less reliant on nobles l Political power becomes: 1) concentrated
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6/13/11 Royal Absolutism Monarchs claim complete authority
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course HIST 374 taught by Professor Prior during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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