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absolutism Nagle

TermDefinition
Absolutism a type of rule in which a king or queen has total control over the govt and people
Phillip II Absolute ruler in Spain. Associated with the Inquisition and the Spanish Armada
Inquisition "Church court" where Phillip II removed non-Catholics from Spain
Spanish Armada Phillip II's failed takeover of England
Louis XIV famous absolute ruler of France. Known for building Versailles
Versailles King Loui XIV's extravagant royal court located outside of Paris, France
Czar a Russian monarch
Peter the Great famous Russian absolute monarch. Known for his program called westernization
Westernization Peter the Great's policy of making Russian culture similar to European culture(Europe is considered the west)
Parliament England's lawmaking government. Similar to the US Congress.
English Bill of Rights This created a constitutional monarchy in England, in which the king had to follow the laws. Signed by William and Mary.
Created by: beth weir