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Chapter 18

The Age of Kings

TermDefinition
Nationalism loyalty to one's country or nation
Monarch a king or queen
Armada a large fleet of warships
Divine Right the belief that God chooses the ruler of the nation
Petition of Right an English document that brought about more democracy
Resolution a formal statement that a governmental body writes
Treason the act of turning against the laws and people of your own country
Cavalier a person who fought for the king in the English Civil War
Roundhead a Puritan who fought for Parliament in the English Civil War
Restoration the period that saw monarchy return to England in 1660
Habeas Corpus a law that says that the government has to charge someone with a crime before putting the person in prison
Tory a person who supported a strong monarchy in England
Whig a person who supported the English Parliament
Glorious Revolution the overthrow of James II and the crowning of William and Mary as monarchs of England
Constitutional Monarchy a form of government in which a king or queen rules, but there are laws of a democracy to protect the people
Constitution a body of laws that states the rights of the people and the power of the government
Military State a place in which a leader rules through the military
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