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chapter 18 world his

absloute monarch a ruler whose power was not limited by having to consult with the nobles, common people, or their repersentiaves
divine right a belif that a rulers authority comes directily from god
Charles V. king of spain, holy roman emperor from 1519 to 155; his opposition to the protistant reformation embrioled spain throughtr a series of wars throught his reign
peace of augsburg the agreement signed in 1555 gave each german prince the right to decide wether his state would be catholic or protest
Phillip the 2nd king of spain, naples, and portugual, he lead roman catholic efforts to recover parts of europe
El Greco greek painter in spain, chiefly religous in nature, his works express the spirit of the counter
Diego Valazquez another spanish painter who created master peices that portray people of all social classes with great dignity
Miguel de servantes the greatest fine writer of the spanish golden age
sister juna ines de la cruz a mexican nun who wrote poetry, prose, and plays, and she was criticized because she belived women had a right to education
spanish armada a great fleet ruled by spain in 1588 for an invasion of england
huguenot a french protestant
saint bartholomews day massacar august 24th 1572, a massacarof 6000-8000 hugonauts in paris authorized by king charles IX and his mother catherine de medicini
henery Iv king of freance from 1589 to 1610; he issued the edict of nantes whish allowed prodestant worship whgich made peasce in france
edict of nantes henrey IV granted it to rerstore peace in france to let prodestant worship go on
louis XII king of france from 1610-1643, a relativley weak ruler, he let he let caredinal richeliu, his chief minister, hold great sway during his reign
cardial richelieu a cathloic churcman became henry IV's minister and most trusted advisor
louis XIV king of france from 1643-1715, known as the sun king, he built the palace at versaliese as a means to create absloute power
war of the spanish succession when 3 men wanted to be henreys successor, war broke out
treaty of utrecht the tready said that louises grandson got the spanish throne
puritans english protestants of the late 1500's and most of the 1600's who wanted to 'purify' the church of england with reforms
charles 1st king of england, scotland, and ireland, from 1625 to 1649; his conflict with parliment started in the english civil war, he was beheaded in 1649
royalists king charleses supporters who were mainley wealthy nobles were called royalists for their alligence to his royal person
commonwealth a republican government based on the common good of all people
restoration the period of reign of charles the second in england when the monarchy was restored after the collapse of oliver cromwells government, there was also a rebirth of government at this time
glorious revolution a nonviolent revolution in which leaders of britans parliment invited mary, daughter of king jamesII, and her husband, the dutch ruler william of orange to replace king james the second
constitional monarchy a monarchy limited by certian laws
boyars wealthy russian land owners
czar 'ceaser' title taken by the ruler of russia
westernization the adoption of the culture an ideas of western society, namley europe and america
catherine the great czarnia of russia of 1762 to 1796 ruling with absloute power she introduced a number of reforms that extended peter the greats policy of westernization
thirty years war alliances between the hapsburg and other european monarchs help make the war contient wide affair
treaty of west philia tready ending the the thirty tears wae
maria theresa
fredrick the great
william and mary
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