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Huguenots French Protestants.
Henry IV Huguenot prince that inherited the French throne in 1589.
Cardina Richelieu Chief minister of Louis XIII.
Edict of Nantes Granted Huguenots religious toleration and other freedoms.
Louis XVI Inherited throne in 1643 after Richelieu's death.
Intendants Royal officials who collected taxes, recruited soldiers, and carried out policies in the provinces.
Jean-Baptiste Colbert Imposed mercantilist policies to bolster the economy.
Versailles Immense palace of Louis XVI.
Levee Rising.
Balance of Power Maintain a distribution of military and economic power among European nations.
Created by: athensarcher