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Absolute Monarchy vs. Democracy England
Background Information 1485-1603 England was ruled by the Tudors –Henry, Edward, Mary, Elizabeth These monarchs always worked with Parliament
King John helped to create Parliament Great Council------Parliament
Along Come the Stuarts Stuarts mess up the nice monarch-parliament relationship Stuarts could not keep down the rebellions
James I (1603) & Charles I (1625) Absolute Monarchs When Parliament won’t Give them $ they dissolves it In tolerate of political & religious opposition
Parliament is Back Charles I Signs the Petition of Rights Long Parliament Tried and executed Charles’ chief ministers
Called for the end of bishops Declared that Parliament could not be dissolved 1642 English Civil War erupts! VS
Analyze the political and religious causes of the English Civil War Analyze the mistakes of Charles I that spark the war Identify the enemies in the English.
The Triumph of Parliament in England. Triumph of Parliament in England How did the Tudors and Stuarts differ in their relations with Parliament? How did.
Growth of Democracy in England Ch. 1-5.
17/3 ABSOLUTISM IN ENGLAND. TUDORS AND STUARTS When he broke with the Roman Catholic Church or when he needed funds, Henry VIII consulted Parliament.
The English Civil War Section 17*3. Preview Questions How did the Tudors and Stuarts differ in their relations with Parliament? How did the Tudors and.
Constitutionalism The Stuarts and the Decline of the English Monarchy Essential Skill: Gather and organize information and data.
King John forced to sign the Magna Carta, agreeing to obey laws & consult with Parliament (legislature = make laws) Magna Carta Video 1603.
Rise of Democracy in England Review Questions. Which English monarch signed the Petition of Right?
Chapter 4 Sec. 3 Parliament Triumphs in England. Parliament’s Influence Tudor Monarchs (Henry VIII and Elizabeth I) Good relationship with Parliament.
HWH UNIT 2 CHAPTER 4.3 THE EXCEPTION TO ABSOLUTISM: ENGLAND.
What was so glorious about the “Glorious Revolution?” No Blood.
The Tudors The Tudor dynasty ruled England from King Henry VIII consulted Parliament Breaking away from the Catholic Church Passing.
WHII: SOL 6c English Civil War. Absolute Monarchs in England Tudor monarchs believed in divine right, they recognized the value of good relations with.
Democratic Development in England. England’s Medieval Democratic Developments Henry II Jury System Common law King John Magna Carta (Great Charter) Contract.
Development of Western Thought & the Rise of Democratic Ideals Democratic Development in England: The Glorious Revolution Essential Question: How does.
Bell Ringer: 11/16 & 11/17 Peter the Great wanted to ______________________ Russia by making it more like western Europe. Peter the Great wanted to ______________________.
Warm Up… Who were the two ruling families of England during Absolutism? Which family worked with Parliament, and which did not? Explain how Parliament.
Parliament Limits the English Monarchy. Monarchs Clash with Parliament (James I took over after Elizabeth died; his son, Charles I, takes over when he.
Parliament Triumphs in England Ch. 4 Sec Tutors ruled England Believed in Divine Right Henry used Parliament when he broke from.
Englands Glorious Revolution World History. Basic Idea: In the 1600s, the English people begin to clash with their kings, who wish to have unlimited.
17 th Century England: Struggles for Political Order.
The Age of Absolutism. What is Absolutism? O 17 th and 18 th centuries O period in which traditional monarchs consolidated power and attempted to exert.
Parliament Triumphs in England The Age of Absolutism Chapter 4, Section 3.
Monarchy in England Tudor Dynasty Queen Elizabeth I ( ) –the last Tudor monarch –daughter of Henry VIII –forced to work w/ Parliament –thus, NO.
England’s Struggle to End Absolutism English Civil War.
Chapter 16, Section 3 \ Parliament Triumphs in England.
Parliament Triumphs in England. What is a Revolution? Name one Revolution… Does a revolution always include physical violence? Are there revolutions that.
Kick off October 29, 2013 Identify the correct term or person that best fits each of the following descriptions: 1.Treaty that gave the rulers of German.
Objectives: Analyze the causes and assess the influence of seventeenth to nineteenth century political revolutions in England.
Section 1.5. To understand how England transition from feudalism to a constitutional monarchy.
CONSTITUTIONALISM IN ENGLAND. THE ENGLISH EXCEPTION Successful centralization without absolutism Strong, centralized government Parliamentary, aristocratic.
Britain since the Romans 3 : The Reformation and the Civil War
Absolutism in England. Background When Queen Elizabeth dies, there is no heir to the English throne When Queen Elizabeth dies, there is no heir to the.
The English Speaking World From , England was ruled by the Tudor dynasty. The Tudors needed Parliament, Henry VIII for his divorce and his seizure.
English Monarchs & The Glorious Revolution Chapter 5.5.
Protestant – daughter of Henry VIII Became queen when Mary I died with no heir Worked well with Parliament Brought some religious tolerance to.
Triumph of Parliament in England. The Tudors Ruled from Ruled from –Henry VIII –Elizabeth I Believed in divine right, but recognized.
English Revolution. James I ( ) Hated by Puritans & Catholics Translated the Bible into English (King James Bible) Sponsored exploration Gunpowder.
Developing the English Monarchy How did England go from an absolute monarchy to a constitutional monarchy?
What is absolutism?. Absolutism is a form of monarchy that is not restricted by anything (churches, constitutions, or law-making bodies). AN ABSOLUTE.
Absolute Power? We have learned about monarchies and absolute power, how can their power be limited? England is first to put some restraints on the King.
English Civil War – Glorious Revolution. James I wanted absolute power when he inherited the throne from Queen Elizabeth Elizabeth wanted absolute.
Elizabethan England to Civil War. Henry VIII ( ) Tudor King Catholic turned Protestant Catholic Wife: Catherine of Aragon Daughter: Mary I (Bloody)
The Glorious Revolution England in Conflict During The 17 th Century.
Parliament Limits English Monarchy Chapter Rulers’ Relations With Parliament Ruler Relations with Parliament James 1 ( )
Parliament Limits English Monarchy Chapter Rulers’ Relations With Parliament Ruler Relations with Parliament James 1 ( ) Argued with Parliament.
Democratic Developments in England Feudalism- loosely organized system of rule in which powerful local lords divided their land-holdings among lesser lords.
The English Civil War HENRY VIII Henry VIII creates the Church of England (WHY?) with Parliament’s helpHenry VIII creates the Church of England (WHY?)
The Glorious Revolution. “Good Queen Bess” Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth were good at working with Parliament. – Parliament = the legislative body (make.
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