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European Monarchs European Geography European Wars European History Vocabulary Created by: Andrea Trivisonno:
Monarchs 100 This king was beheaded during the French Revolution Louis XVI
Monarchs 200 He was the king of Great Britain during the American Revolutionary War George III
Monarchs 300 She was the virgin queen during the Golden Age of England Elizabeth I
Monarchs 400 He was the ruler who brought Western ideas to Russia Peter the Great
Monarchs 500 She was Queen Elizabeths Catholic half-sister and was executed for treason Mary, Queen of Scots
Geography 100 This mountain range separates Italy from the rest of Europe Alps
Geography 200 This body of water separates Great Britain from Europe English Channel
Geography 300 This area contains the countries of Finland, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark Scandinavia
Geography 400 This area used to be divided into many individual states, such as Prussia, Hanover, and Saxony Germany
Geography 500 This Russian city was built on the Gulf of Finland as a gateway to the West St. Petersburg
Wars 100 This European war corresponded to the French and Indian War in America The Seven Years War
Wars 200 England won a war against this countrys massive armada in 1588 Spain
Wars 300 A violent war between Catholics and Protestant Huguenots took place in this country France
Wars 400 This French national holiday is celebrated on July 14 th and marks the anniversary of an event during the French Revolution Bastille Day
Wars 500 This treaty ended the War of Spanish Succession in The Treaty of Utrecht
Vocabulary 100 This French word refers to a new social class that emerged in the 18 th century bourgeoisie
Vocabulary 200 This philosophical movement in the 18 th century was marked by critical thinking and advances in math and science Enlightenment
Vocabulary 300 Approximately 40,000 people were executed during this period of rule by Robespierre Reign of Terror
Vocabulary 400 This was a movement to reform and purify the Catholic Church that led to Protestantism The Reformation
Vocabulary 500 A government in which power held by a divinely ordained ruler Absolute monarchy
Aim: How should we remember the Age of Absolutism? Do Now: Should a monarch ever have complete power? Why or why not?
AGE OF ABSOLUTISM (UNIT 3, CHAPTER 21) GRAPHIC ORGANIZER NOTES.
CHAPTER 19 ABSOLUTISM ABSOLUTISM. A FLEET OF WARSHIPS IN SPAIN.
Aim: How should we remember the Age of Absolutism? Do Now: If you were a king or a queen, and you could have absolute power, would you want it? If yes,
Mr. Kallusingh World History Topic 11. Absolutism is a system in which a ruler has total power, ties in with divine rights of a king The best example.
Spain 1. Charles V- Ruled 2 empires- Catholic Heir to the Hapsburgs- Austrian rulers of the Holy Roman Empire… Greatest foe- Ottoman Empire 2. Phillip.
HOLT World History World History THE HUMAN JOURNEY HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON Monarchs of Europe Section 1:France in the Age of Absolutism Section 2:Russia.
Chapter 17 The Age of Absolutism, Vocabulary.
Warm-Up Describe 2 similarities and 2 differences between Japan’s and Europe’s Feudal systems. What is the Mandate of Heaven? Use the mandate of.
Absolutism Chapter 21: Absolute Monarchs in Europe.
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.
Absolutism Review. French Protestants What are Huguenots?
Absolutism. Objectives Define the origins of Absolute Monarchy Define the origins of Absolute Monarchy Explain the growth of Central European kingdoms.
What war began as a protestant rebellion against the Holy Roman Empire, but then turned into a “world war” aimed at weakening the Holy Roman Empire?
Absolutism leads to the age of Enlightenment. Powerful Monarchs Renaissance encourage questioning, People began to question their Kings and Queens,
Absolute Monarchy The Scientific Revolution, Age of Enlightenment, and the American Revolution.
Absolutism. Absolutism The political belief that one ruler should have all of the power within the country. Absolute monarchs were such rulers Believed.
Absolutism in Europe. Europe Monarchs were strengthened through their colonies –Economic growth through mercantilism –Goal to become most wealthy nation.
Jeopardy EnlightenmentAbsolute Monarchy and Glorious Revolution American Revolution French Revolution Napoleon and Congress of Vienna
Absolute Monarchs In the Age of Absolutism. Definitions: Absolute Monarchy: Form of government in which one person, usually a King or Queen holds all.
Age of Revolutions: American Revolution French Revolution Latin Revolution.
French Revolution. France…. Background Buildup of autocracy in 15 th -16 th centuries Largely Catholic –Huguenots (Protestant) a sizeable minority –Fighting.
The Rise of Absolute Monarchies What is a Monarchy? Spain, France, & England were nation-states- each ruled by a different government Monarchs=
Topic: Age of Kings and Queens Main Idea Questions: Objectives: Define absolute monarchy. Explain Divine Right. Contrast an absolute monarchy.
Absolute Monarchs. Absolutism Absolutism = belief that 1 ruler should hold power within a country Causes: War / Religious Conflict creates fear.
Jeopardy Parliament & The King. Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category 5 Category Double Jeopardy.
Rise of Absolutism. Crises of the 16 th & 17th Centuries During the time of exploration and colonization, there was conflict in mainland Europe: Spain.
The French Revolution The French Revolution Causes of the Revolution Absolute Monarchy France was an absolute monarchy Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
Enlightenment French Rev People French Rev Ideas &
With Coach Weatherly…. Absolutism Absolutism: Supreme power/total control over subjects and government. Rules gain power through inheritance or election.
Absolute Monarchs in Europe Chapter 21. What is Absolutism? Political belief that one ruler should have total (ABOLUTELY ALL) power –Despot-Ruler with.
Unit 4 Enlightenment and Absolutism Lesson 3 Monarchs in England (ENGLAND)
European conflicts in America. During this era in history there were two main conflicts that stood out more than all of the rest. Can you name both? Religious.
Chapter 14, Section 3. The 17 th century in Europe is sometimes called the “Age of Absolutism.” “Absolute monarchy or absolutism meant that the sovereign.
POP QUIZ! 1) Invaded Russia 2)Created a Republic 3)Contributed to the American Revolution 4)Called the Estates-General 5)Led the National Assembly 6)Created.
1. What events & ideas influenced the French Revolution? The ideas of the European philosophes during the Enlightenment The French soldiers helping America.
Thumbs Up=True Thumbs Down=False Pre-Assessment French Revolution & Napoleon.
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Absolute Monarchy The Scientific Revolution, Age of Enlightenment, and the American Revolution Issues of disunity in Europe (Renaissance, Reformation,
World HistoryWorld History Have out your bell work and spiral. Test Friday over Enlightenment, American and French Revolutions.
Prior to the monarchs taking control of their kingdom, how was Europe ruled? Chapter 5 –Monarchs Feudalism – lords were in control of the manor and the.
Chapter 17: Age of Absolutism. Absolutism: A form of government in which a monarch has unlimited power. This describes a period of European history in.
Global History Review. Map of Political Revolutions.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt Absolute Monarchs More Religion/
18 th Century Europe A Century of Change. Major Events of : Great Northern War Russia replaces Sweden as the dominant Baltic power.
Absolutism, Enlightenment & Revolution Vocab World History Honors.
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The Age of Absolutism The Rise of Austria and Prussia and Absolute Monarchy in Russia.
42b - examine absolutism through a comparison of the reigns of Louis XIV, Czar Peter the Great, and Tokugawa Ieyasu.
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