9'1 - The Reformation and the Rise of the State: I....

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The Reformation and the Rise of the State: I. Religion and Politics in Europe, 1517-1588 A.) England 1.) Henry VII’s wives and daughters a. Catherine of Aragon b. “Bloody” Mary c. Elizabeth’s moderate course (Anglicanism) B.) France 1.) Religious Wars in France, 1562-1598 2.) St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre 3.) Henry IV and the Edict of Nantes C.) The Netherlands 1.) N/S Split with partition of Charles V’s Empire 2.) Haven for dissenters 3.) Dutch Revolt against Spain (beg. 1566) D.) Spain and England at the end of the 16 th century Key Terms: Anglicanism Calvinism Huguenots Cuius regio, eius religio St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre Sack of Antwerp, 1576 Henry of Navarre Edict of Nantes Tudors United Provinces Henry VIII, Mary I, Elizabeth I Act of Supremacy (two of these!) Henry VII: The problem of Succession and the Solution: The Royal Supremacy (1534) Only has a daughter with Catherine of Aragon and needs a male heir. He starts fooling around with Ann Boleyn but she refuses until he marries her. Henry divorces Catherine and marries Ann and she has a daughter. Henry
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