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SummarizingWhat threeestates made upthe Estates-General?The Development of England and FranceEnglandFranceWilliam the Conqueror invades England in 1066.Henry II (1154–1189) introduces use of the jury in English courts.John (1199–1216) agrees to the Magna Carta in 1215.Edward I (1272–1307) calls the Model Parliament in 1295.Hugh Capet increases the territory of France.Philip II (1180–1223) established bailiffs to preside overcourts and collect taxes.Louis IX (1226–1270) creates a French appeals court.Philip IV (1285–1314) adds Third Estate to the Estates-General.SKILLBUILDER:Interpreting Charts1.ClarifyingWhat aspects of courts were developed during the rule of Henry II and Philip II?2.Developing Historical PerspectiveWhich aspect of centralized government developed aboutthe same time in both England and France?
The Formation of Western Europe397TERMS & NAMES1.For each term or name, write a sentence explaining its significance.William the ConquerorHenry IIcommon lawMagna CartaparliamentHugh CapetPhilip IIEstates-GeneralUSING YOUR NOTES2.Which of the steps towarddemocratic government aresimilar to U.S. practices?Explain.3.What two legal practices dateback to Henry II?4.What are some basic rightsguaranteed by the MagnaCarta?6. COMPARINGCompare the way in which England andFrance began developing as nations.7. RECOGNIZING EFFECTSWhich of the changes in Englishgovernment is reflected in the government of the UnitedStates today?MAIN IDEAS5.Why did Philip II call theEstates-General together?SECTIONASSESSMENT3COMPARING HISTORICAL DOCUMENTSFind a copy of the Magna Carta and a copy of the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution.Study both documents and create atableshowing where the Constitution reflects the ideas ofthe Magna Carta.CRITICAL THINKING & WRITING8. EVALUATING COURSES OF ACTIONWhat steps werenecessary to centralize governments in England and France?9. WRITING ACTIVITYImagine thatyou are an adviser to the English or French king. Writehim aletterto argue for or against including commonersin the Parliament or Estates-General.POWER AND AUTHORITYCONNECT TO TODAYStepDescriptionStepDescription
398Chapter 14MAIN IDEAWHY IT MATTERS NOWTERMS & NAMESRELIGIOUS AND ETHICALSYSTEMSIn the 1300s, Europewas torn apart by religiousstrife, the bubonic plague, andthe Hundred Years’ War.

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