Chapter15-18His122

Chapter15-18His122 - Chapter15StudyGuide

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Chapter 15 Study Guide  Witchcraft in the 16th and 17th centuries 444-446 Suzanne Gaudry – 445 Box Thirty Years War 446-449, 458 Frederick IV 446 Peace of Augsburg  - 446 Christian IV  – 447-448, 463 Holy Roman Empire 456-457 Albrecht von Wallenstein 447-448 Edict of Restitution 448 Ferdinand II 446-448 Peace of Westphalia 448, 459, 468 Gustavus Adolphus 448, 450, 464 Changes in military warfare 449-450 Louis XIII 451-452 Peasant and lower class revolts, rebellion 450 Cardinal Richelieu 451-452 Absolutism in France 451, 466-467 Cardinal Mazarin 452 Court of Versailles 455-456
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Louis XIV 451-458 League of Augsburg 456-457 Triple Alliance 456 Brandenburg Prussia 459-460  Phillip III 458 Phillip IV  458-459  War of the Spanish Succession 457, 460 Austria benefited most Ivan IV 461                                                                 Michael Romanov 461 The Streltsy Box 462 Peter the Great 461-463 Absolutism in Russia 461 Charles X 464 17th Century Denmark and Sweden 447-448, 463-464 Charles XII 463-464 Ottoman Empire 460, 466 Suleiman I 465 Polish Monarchy 467 Dutch Republic  468-469, 477 England's constitutional monarchy 468-472
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James I 469-470   Petition of Right 470 New Model Army 470 Charles I 470-471 English Civil War 470-472 Oliver Cromwell 470-471 Rump Parliament  469-473 Charles II 472-473 James II 472-473 Test Act 472  Declaration of Indulgence 472-473 Glorious Revolution 473-475 Bill of Rights 473-474 Thomas Hobbes 473-474 John Locke 474-475 El Greco 475 Peter Paul Rebens 476 Gian Lorenzo Bernini -476 European Art in the 17th Century 475-477 William Shakespeare 479
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Theater in England and Spain 479 The witchcraft trials of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries reflected: deep religious uncertainties caused by the Protestant Reformation. This region was most devastated by the Thirty Years' War: Germany. All of the following were results of the Thirty Years' War except ? The Danes maintained neutrality throughout the conflict. Cardinal Richelieu believed the proper approach to the Huguenot minority was to permit them religious but not military or political rights. The palace at Versailles was not completed during the reign of Louis XIII. The wars of Louis XIV: were typically met by an alliance of other European states. Frederick William built Brandenburg-Prussia: on a strong army and support from the nobles. Peter the Great's "Europeanization" of Russia consisted primarily of: importing Western technocrats and technology to his domain. At the end of the sixteenth century, the Ottoman Empire. had control over the southern Mediterranean.
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course ACCT 3551 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '11 term at UNC.

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