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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
The Age of Absolutism in Continental Europe. In the name of the Galactic Republic, you are under arrest my lord…
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Chapter 5 in text book Pages 152 to 185. Charles V… Hapsburg King (Spain, Am. Colonies, parts of Italy, Austria, & Netherlands) Devout Catholic.
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AP TEST REVIEW PART THREE 18th Century through Napoleon.
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Absolutism SSWH14 The student will analyze the Age of Revolutions and Rebellions. a. Examine absolutism through a comparison of the rules of Louis XIV,
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