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13 Cards in this Set

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Bible commissioned by King James I.
King James Bible
Archbishop of Canterbury under Charles I who attempted to impose an Episcopal System on the Presbyterian Scots.
Archbishop Laud
Religious system that is NON-hierarchical. The Scots had a Presbyterian system since John Knox brought Calvinism. This starts a war, which costs money, which forces Charles I to call parlaiment, and … well you know what happens next.
Presbyterian System
Hierarchical setup of a church. The church of England has an Episcopal setup, with a rigid organization of Bishops.
Episcopal System
The Parliament that came to power during King Charles I’s reign ed, led the revolt against him, executed him, and then ruled during the Commonwealth. It’s not an official title. It is just what historians refer to it as.
Long Parliament
Supporters of the King in the English Civil War
Supporters of Parliament in the English Civil War.
very effective Army Created by Oliver Cromwell
New Model Army
the smaller parliament of 53 members, controlled by Cromwell and the Puritans that kills Charles, abolishes the House of Lords, and establishes the Commonwealth. Oh, the Rump Parliament is last years of the Long Parliament.
Rump Parliament
Oliver Cromwell’s title that he took when becoming DICTATOR of england
Lord Protector
Early democrats. More radical than radical Cromwell, and crushed by Cromwell.
Example of how revolutionaries want to make their changes and then STOP the revolutionary spirit from going any farther. It rarely works.
Early Socialists. Brutally put down by Cromwell. Shows that revolutionaries (Cromwell) usually do not want the revolution to go beyond where they want to take it. (the diggers had gone too far for him)
Part of the Glorious Revolution. Law signed by William and Mary that allowed Puritans the right to publicly worship.
Toleration Act