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“New” Monarchs JEOPARDY Jillian Epperson
Peo ple Count ries Events Chara cterist ics Voca b Concordat of Bologna Spain 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy: New Monarchs
Absolutism did not emerge effectively until the 17 th century when _________came to power. 100
Louis XIV of France People
_______created the taille which instituted a direct tax on all land property. 200
Francis I People
Under_________Nobles were tried without a jury, could not confront witnesses, and were often tortured. 300
Henry VII People
The Dominican monk who oversaw the Spanish Inquisition 400
Tonas de Torquemada People
__________ was the most powerful ruler in Europe during the 16 th century. 500
Charles V People Bonus
______was the son of the duke of York, and he seized power and instituted a strong- arm rule that lasted more than twenty years, briefly interrupted by Henry VI’s short-lived restoration. 1,000
Edward IV People
New Monarchs consolidated power and created the foundation for Europe’s first modern nation-states in __,__and____ 100
France, England, and Spain Countries
Mercenary soldiers were recruited from ______and______to form the major part of the king’s army. 200
Switzerland and Germany Countries
Defeat of the duchy of Burgundy in 1477 removed the threat of a new state in_____________. 300
What country entered into commercial treaties with England, Portugal, and the Hanseatic League? 400
The Holy Roman Empire consisted of 300 semi- autonomous ___________states. 500
German Countries Bonus
The latter half of the fifteenth century was considered a period of especially difficult political trial for the _____. 1,000
__________________oc cured when two noble families, the House of York and the House of Lancaster fought a civil war to gain the crown. 100
War of the Roses Events
After the Hundred Years’ War and the Great Schism in the church, the nobility and the clergy were: 200
In decline Events
Maximillian I gained territory in eastern France after his marriage to: 300
Mary of Burgundy Events
The French nation- building had two political coner-stones in the fifteenth century. What were they? 400
1 st : Collapse of the English Empire in France 2 nd : Defeat of Charles the Bold Events
What established a seven member electoral college consisting of the archbishops of Mainz, Trier, and Cologne?. 500
Golden Bull Events Bonus
In the fifteenth century, an effort was made to control incessant feuding by the creation of an imperial diet known as the _____. 1,000
The New Monarchs reduced the power of the____________. 100
In return for the nobles’ support for the_______________, they gained titles and offices in the royal court 200
The advent of _____________ increased the vulnerability of noble armies and their knights. 300
400 The New Monarchies increased the political influence of the_______________
500 In return for receiving more political influence, the bourgeoisie brought in___________.
Revenues to the crown Characteristics Bonus
Innovative funding devices in the fifteenth century included____and______. 1,000
Sale of public offices and the issuance of interest government bonds. Characteristics
100 With this, the king of France had the power to appoint bishops to the Gallican Church:
Concordat of Bologna
200 The Concordat of Bologna represented a major blow to _________________infl uence.
Papal Concordat of Bologna
300 France’s control over the Concordat of Bologna was one reason why it didn’t become__________.
Protestant Concordat of Bologna
400 French entry into__________set the stage for the first four major wars with Spain.
Italy Concordat of Bologna
500 The victory of _____________won the Concordat of Bologna from the pope in August 1516.
France at Marignano in September 1515 Concordat of Bologna Bonus
Assisted by the powerful allies, ____ drove the Venetians out of Romagna in 1509 and fully secured the Papal states. 1,000
Pope Julius Concordat of Bologna
100 Marriage of ____and______unified Spain
Ferdinand and Isabella Spain
200 Spain had three religions(____,___and__ _______) that coexisted with a certain degree of toleration
Islam, Judaism, and Christianity Spain
300 In Spain, converted Jews were called______and Muslims were called______
Conversos, Moriscos Spain
400 ________was the first to rule over a united Spain.
Charles I Spain
500 Ferdinand and Isabella sponsored the Genoese adventurer _________.
Christopher Columbus Spain Bonus
Both ___and____ had been poorly ruled and divided kingdoms in the mid- fifteenth century. 1,000
Castile and Aragon Spain
Salt Tax 100
Civil Servants in Castile 200
Ferdinand and Isabella rarely called the ____ into session. 300
In the Wars of the Roses York’s symbol was a ____ 400
White Rose Vocab
Lancaster’s symbol was a ___ 500
Red rose Vocab Bonus
A powerful league of cities and towns 1,000
The feudal monarchy of the High Middle Ages was characterized by the division of the basic powers of government between the ____ and his _____. 1,000
King, semi-autonomous vassals Final Jeopardy
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