Day_52_Spanish_Empire_and_Absolutism

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Day 52 Spanish Empire and Absolutism Warm Up: Music: Fandango Objective: Trace development of Spanish power and the tyranny of absolute rule Standard: 10:1.2 Homework: Cornell Notes 155-161 Extra Credit: Girl with a Pearl Earring
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Building Spanish Empire Unification (Ferdinand and Isabella) of Aragon, Castille, invasion of Granada In 1490’s Charles V Holy Roman Emperor (1555- Charles splits Empire gives brother Holy Roman Empire. Gives Spain and rich Netherlands to son.) Phillip II takes Portugal – Lived in a large granite palace Escorial Phillip II felt that it was his duty to defend the Catholic church 1566 Iconoclastic rioting breaks out in Flanders Phillip sends in troops led by duke of Alva
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Jean Bodin on absolute rule “ The first characteristic of the sovereign prince is the power to make general and special laws, but- and this qualification is important- without the consent of superiors, equals or inferiors. If the prince requires the
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HISTORY 210 taught by Professor St. john during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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