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ECW/Glor Revolution

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Queen Elizabeth I The last ruler of the Tudor dynasty; she had no heirs so her throne went to cousin, James I.
Glorious Revolution Bloodless revolution (no fighting); the Parliament voted to get rid of James II and asked his Protestant daughter, Mary, and her husband, William III of Orange, to take the English throne.
English Civil War Conflict between the absolute monarchy and Parliament for ultimate power over England
Roundheads members of Parliament, Puritans, and middle class, led by Oliver Cromwell that fought against Charles I (Royalists)
Cavaliers members royal to Charles I; nobles, Catholics, and rich land owners
Oliver Cromwell became a dictator after Charles I was beheaded; ruled for 9 years before he died
Restoration After Cromwell died, England brought back (RESTORED) the monarchy by bringing Charles II (Charles I's son) to the throne.
James I took the throne in 1603 when his cousin Queen Elizabeth I died.
absolute monarchy a monarch having total/ultimate power; used Divine Right to justify their rule
constitutional monarchy a monarchy that requires the monarch to consult/share power with Parliament
Parliament law making body of England; elected by the citizens of England
Catholic Puritan members of Parliament worked hard to keep erase any trace of the _____ church in England.
Money Absolute monarchs, such as James I and Charles I, ran into problems with Parliament because they asked for/wanted too much ____.
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