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The age of reasoning

The english civil war, Enlightenment & the scientific revolution

TermDefinition
Divine Right The idea that monarchs received their authority from god and ruled their dominions in "his" name. Therefore to question the authority of the monarchs was to question the authority of god.
Absolute ruler Centralized power , the ability of the monarch to create laws and serve as a judge jury and executioner , the ability of the monarch to grant lands on which people lived and tax all that was on those lands , a lack of a constitution or any document which
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
Volutaire
Leviathan
Two treatises on government
In the spirit of laws
The social contract
Nicolaus Copernicus
Johannes Kepler
Galileo Galilei
Sir issac newton
William Harvey
Johann Sebastian bach
Wolfgang Amadeus mozart
Eugene de la croix
Romanticism
Miguel de cervantes
Created by: SouzaMD20