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Philip II Inherited Spain, Spanish Nether land and American colonies when his father the King of Spain retired
Absolute monarch Rule without limits within their states' boundaries
Devine right God created the monarchy and the monarch acted as God's representative on Earth,answered only to God not to his subjects
Reconquista Campaign to drive Muslims from Spain
Edict of Nantes Declaration of Henry IV, the Catholic King of France,allowing the French Lutheran Huguenots to live in preach in France
Cardinal Richelieu King Louis XIII of Frances minister, who had extensive power over the monarchy granted by King Louis
Skepticism Idea that nothing can ever be known for certain
Louis XIV Most powerful ruler in French history,
Intendant People in Louis XIV's government who collected taxes and administered justice
Jean Baptiste Colbert French minister of finance for Louis XIV
War of the Spanish Succession
Versailles Louis XIV's palace built about 11 miles southwest of Paris
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