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The New Monarchies: 15c – 16c

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The New Monarchies: 15 c – 16 c Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H.S. Chappaqua, NY.

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1 The New Monarchies: 15c – 16c

2 Characteristics of the New Monarchies
They offered law and order. They proclaimed that hereditary monarchy was the legitimate form of public power  all should accept this without resistance. They enlisted the support of the middle class in the towns  tired of the local power of feudal nobles. They organized governments & their finances. The kings would MAKE and ENACTS laws  What pleases the prince has the force of law!

3 England  stability under the Tudors
France  consolidation of power. Spain  unification by marriage. HR Empire  different model: the cost of decentralization.

4 The Tudors of England

5 Tudor England 1485

6 The Valois Dynasty in France

7 France in the 15c – 16c

8 The Habsburg Dynasty

9 Ferdinand & Isabella of Spain
The Madonna of the Monarchs

10 Kingdoms of Spain: 1492

11 The Empire of Philip II

12 Empire of Charles V

13 The Holy Roman Empire: Late 1512

14 The Holy Roman Empire: Late 16c

15 Central Europe in 1600

16 The Growth of the Ottoman Empire

17 The Battle of Lepanto, 1571

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