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Jeopardy! EnglandSpainFranceRussia Central Europe Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Wildcard Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500
$100 Question from England She ruled England from 1558 – 1603, which was the longest reign for any Tutor monarch.
$100 Answer from England Queen Elizabeth I
$200 Question from England She had many Protestants burnt at the stake, which earned her her nickname.
$200 Answer from England Mary I
$300 Question from England He was the first Tutor king of England. He took over after a civil war.
$300 Answer from England Henry VII
$400 Question from England He became king at age 9, which would have made his father very proud.
$400 Answer from England Edward VI
$500 Question from England This ‘act’ gave Henry VIII power over the Church of England.
$500 Answer from England The Act of Supremacy
$100 Question from Spain Most of the Spanish kings believed in this theory of ruling, which meant the leaders received the right to rule from god.
$100 Answer from Spain Divine Right
$200 Question from Spain He was the Spanish monarch who was married to one English queen and wanted to marry another.
$200 Answer from Spain Phillip II
$300 Question from Spain Name three reasons why the Spanish lost to England in their invasion using the Spanish Armada.
$300 Answer from Spain Weather, English fire boats, English artillery, England had smaller boats.
$400 Question from Spain Name two reasons why Spain invaded England in 1588.
$400 Answer from Spain Religion and the Spanish monarch was upset at the English monarch.
$500 Question from Spain Spain gets rich in the 1500s because they take all of the bullion from its New World colonies. What is this economic system called.
$500 Answer from Spain Mercantilism
$100 Question from France He is considered by many to be the best example of an absolute ruler.
$100 Answer from France Louis XIV
$200 Question from France This palace started as a hunting lodge for the French monarch.
$200 Answer from France Palace of Versailles
$300 Question from France What was the Edict of Nantes?
$300 Answer from France It granted religious toleration to the Protestants in France.
$400 Question from France What were the Protestants called in France?
$400 Answer from France Huguenots
$500 Question from France He was the French monarch who signed the Edict of Nantes.
$500 Answer from France Henry IV
$100 Question from Russia His main claim to fame is that he Westernized Russia.
$100 Answer from Russia Peter the Great
$200 Question from Russia She wanted to free the serfs but doesn’t.
$200 Answer from Russia Catherine the Great
$300 Question from Russia This city becomes the “window to the West” in Russia.
$300 Answer from Russia St. Petersberg
$400 Question from Russia He is known as “Ivan the Terrible” to Westerners (and even some Russians).
$400 Answer from Russia Ivan IV
$500 Question from Russia This is the cathedral Ivan IV built.
$500 Answer from Russia St. Basil’s
$100 Question from Central Europe This was the name of the empire which dominated central Europe for centuries.
$100 Answer from Central Europe Holy Roman Empire
$200 Question from Central Europe This war was from 1618 – 1648 and decimated central Europe.
$200 Answer from Central Europe The Thirty Years’ War
$300 Question from Central Europe He was an important military leader of Prussia even though his father didn’t like him too much.
$300 Answer from Central Europe Frederick the Great
$400 Question from Central Europe She becomes the Austrian leader in 1740; her father made sure it happened.
$400 Answer from Central Europe Maria Theresa
$500 Question from Central Europe This was the ‘royal decree’ which Charles VI hoped would make his daughter leader of Austria after his death.
$500 Answer from Central Europe Pragmatic Sanction
$100 Question from Wildcard This was the name of the family which dominated much of Europe (especially Spain, Southern Italy, and Austria during the 1500s/1600s.
$100 Answer from Wildcard Habsburgs
$200 Question from Wildcard This statement/quote by Louis XIV shows how he felt about himself and how he was such an absolute ruler.
$200 Answer from Wildcard “I am the state.”
$300 Question from Wildcard This is how the Thirty Years’ War started.
$300 Answer from Wildcard Defenestration of Prague
$400 Question from Wildcard This king revoked the Edict of Nantes.
$400 Answer from Wildcard Louis XIV
$500 Question from Wildcard Queen Elizabeth believed in this foreign policy during her reign. It meant that no one country could become so strong that it could dominate Europe.
$500 Answer from Wildcard Balance of Power
Final Jeopardy This is the name of the treaty which ended the Thirty Years’ War.
Final Jeopardy Answer Treaty of Westphalia
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