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The Age of Reason

TermDefinition
Divine right
Absolute ruler
Louis XIV(the "sun king")
Peter I(the Great)
Versailles palace
English civil war
Roundheads
Cavaliers
King Charles I
King Charles II
King James II
William & Mary
Constitutional or limited monarchy
Period of the "restoration of the monarchy"
Oliver Cromwell
The Commonwealth
The Glorious Revolution
The Enlightenment
The scientific revolution
Thomas Hobbes
John Locke
Montesquieu
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Voltaire
Leviathan
Two treaties on government
In the spirit of laws
The social contract
Nicolaus Copernicus
Johannes Kepler
Galileo Galilei
Sir Isaac Newton
William Harvey
Johann Sebastian Bach
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Eugene delaCroix Was a painter who contributed to romanticism, an artistic movement focused on the beauty of nature & exposing human emotion
Romanticism
Miguel de Cervantes
English Bill of rights
New model army
God gave kings power
All power in one person
Raised taxes to build the palace of Versailles
Forced Russia to westernize,forced Russian nobles to shave their beards and raised taxes to build the city of St. Petersburg
Was built by Louis XIV
Signed the English bill of rights in 1689
Wrote the Leviathan
Wrote two treaties on government
Wrote the spirit of the laws
Wrote the social contract
Found religious toleration
Written by Thomas Hobbes
Written by John Locke
Written by Montesquieu
Discovered by Jean/Jacques Rousseau
Was signed in 1689 to create the constitutional or limited monarchy
The force of parliament
The forces of king Charles I
Believed in " Divine right" therefore he refused to consult Parliament, stopped allowing for trial by jury
Discovered the Heliocentric theory
Published the idea that planetary motion is in the form of elliptical orbits around the sun
Used telescope to confirm heliocentric theory
Formulated the laws of gravity
Discovered blood circulates throughout the body in a closed system
Was prominent Baroque composer
Was a prominent classical composer
Was contributed to Eugene Delacroix
Helped to develop a new form of literature, the novel, with his famous work Don Quixote
Revolts against king Charles I for his abuse of power
The leader of the new model army and general that lead Parliament race
It was the like a law
Parliament did not want another war and bloodshed
Used reason to understand human society and improve laws and government
Oliver Cromwell
Revolts against king Charles I for his abuse of power
The leader of the new model army and general that lead Parliament race
It was the like a law
Parliament did not want another war and bloodshed
Used reason to understand human society and improve laws and government
Oliver Cromwell
Revolts against king Charles I for his abuse of power
Ruled moderately
Tried to rule as a catholic absolute monarch
Was created from the English bill of rights being signed in 1689
English civil war
The leader of the new model army and general that lead Parliament race
It was the like a law
Parliament did not want another war and bloodshed
Used reason to understand human society and improve laws and government
Oliver Cromwell
Revolts against king Charles I for his abuse of power
Ruled moderately
Tried to rule as a catholic absolute monarch
Was created from the English bill of rights being signed in 1689
English civil war
The leader of the new model army and general that lead Parliament race
It was the like a law
Parliament did not want another war and bloodshed
Used reason to understand human society and improve laws and government
Oliver Cromwell
Revolts against king Charles I for his abuse of power
Ruled moderately
Tried to rule as a catholic absolute monarch
Was created from the English bill of rights being signed in 1689
English civil war
The leader of the new model army and general that lead Parliament race
It was the like a law
Parliament did not want another war and bloodshed
Used reason to understand human society and improve laws and government
Oliver Cromwell
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