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AbsoluteMonarchs(AN)

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Supporters of the Parliament during the English Civil War. Roundheads
Dictator and leader of the New Model Army during the English Civil War. Oliver Cromwell
French Protestants. Huguenots
Grand palace of Louis XIV Versailles
King rules according to and with the approval of God. Divine Right
Loyal to the King during the English Civil War. Cavaliers
Daughter of Henry VIII; England's greatest queen who defeated the Spanish armada and brought England to its Golden Age. Queen Elizabeth
The Sun King who ruled France and inspired culture to thrive. Louis XIV
Czar of Rusia: westernized Russia and had the capital city made in his honor. Peter the Great
Elizabeth's successor; poor social skills but kept England out of war. James I
Believed in absolutism; dismissed Parilament and later beheaded. Charles I
Bloodless revloution bringing William of Orange and Mary to the throne and help pass a Bill of Rights. Glorious Revolution
Passed by Queen Elizabeth, making her head of the church and ending tension between Catholics and Protestants. Act of Toleration and Supremacy
Created by: alliyan611 on 2009-12-07



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