APMEH Unit 2 Protestant Reformation Movement Important People or Groups Martin Luther Major Ideas Salvation by grace Rejection of Indulgences Ulrich Zwingli Swiss Reformation Calvin Reform ministers so they can participate in governmental decisions Emphas
Timeline of the Tudor Monarchy and English Reformation
1485 Henry Tudor ascends to English throne as Henry VII 1489 Arthur, Prince of Wales, and Katherine of Aragon betrothed 1501 Sep: Katherine arrives in England from Spain Nov: Arthur and Katherine marr
APMEH Unit 2 The Golden Age of Monarchs Philip II of Spain Maximillian (Hapsburg heir HRE) son = Felipe marries Juana (daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella)- Juana have son Charles V (most dominant monarch with most lands) Prelude abdicates land to: brother
APMEH Unit 2 Martin Luthers Reformation A. Introduction Historical Problems Studying Martin Luther a. Historiography- study of how history created b. Half written by Catholics- terrible, horrible man; Protestant- hero, founder of important movement B. Pha
APMEH Unit 2 Henry VIII and the Henrician Reformation A. Henry VII - Henry Tudor a. Ended war of Roses- no genetic claim to throne: i. Establish legitimacy by having babies and has two sons: Arthur (1486) and Henry ii. International recognition: from Spai
APMEH Unit 2 Reformation Witch-hunt of the 16th and 17th centuries Discussion Questions 1) What were the causes of the witch-hunts of this era? 2) Why were women the target of most accusations of witchcraft?
Malleus Maleficarum (1486)
Why Superstition is
APMEH Unit 2 Russia: Land of the Tsars Documentary Directions: Use the video to answer the following questions. 1) What major point about Russia do the historians emphasize in the beginning?
2) What geographic feature connected Russia in its earliest days
AP Modern European History Unit 1 Review Sheet Test Format Section A. Multiple Choice Directions: Each of the questions is followed by five suggested answers. Select the one that best answers the question. On the test, 35 questions will appear. You will h
Intro 1300s Black Death enters Europe. Not a good time in Europe. Tombs portray decaying bodies. By late 1300s Europe undergoes fundamental changes. Social and economic history Lay the path for the Renaissance. The decline in estate values. Black death is
Desiderius Erasmus: The Praise of Folly (Moriae Encomium), 1509
Erasmus of Rotterdam to his Friend Thomas More, Health: AS I WAS COMING awhile since out of Italy for England, that I might not waste all that time I was to sit on horseback in foolis
APMEH Unit 1 Literature Analysis: Dantes Inferno Introductory Question: What is the problem with reading this? Whan that Aprill, with his shoures soote The droghte of March hath perced to the roote And bathed every veyne in swich licour, Of which vertu en