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66 Cards in this Set

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bloodless overthrow of James II in 1688
glorious revolution
found westward passage in 1492
colombus
first seen public in france during louis XIV reign
ballet
this was to russia what versailles was in france
st. petersberg
first woman to rule the hapsburg dynasty
maria theresa
biggest losers from the thirty years war in that they had to recognize the legitimacy of princses throughout the germanic states
hapsburgs
shipyard carpenter by day
peter the great
distributing power evenly so as not to create an independent dominant force
balance of power
king james version is written in old english
bible
partitioned by russia germany and austria
poland
war fought between catholics and protestants in the germanic states
thirty years
rulers as a result of the glorious revolution
william and mary
became ruler of russia when her husband was assassinated
catherine
elected ruler of the holy roman empire in 1618
ferdinand
type of rule taht philip II began after he attained the throne of spain
absolutism
god given privilege to rule a nation
divine right
social status based on income
socioeconimics
satire on fuedalism in spain prior to philip II's rule
don quixote
first stuart to rule england
james
spains ultimate threat from the west
england
body of water that russia gained its warm water port on
black sea
ruler of england during philip II's rule in spain
elizabeth I
government in england
parlament
first modern european power
spain
a constitution of legislature limist the powers of teh crown
limited monarchy
inherited the throne when he was nine years old
louis XIII
backed by puritan clergy and parliament in england
roundheads
granted religious toleration in france during henry IV's rule
edict of nantes
russia signed a treaty with this country to gain eccess to the pacific
qingchina
along with the netherlands, they won recognition after teh thrity years war
switzerland
the royal power has the legitimacy of implementing all the laws of the country
absolute monarchy
ruled by the stuarts before they came to power in england
scotland
pirate knighted by elizabeth I to loot spanish ships
sir francis drake
treaty that ended the thirty years war
wesphalia
philip II's fortress of solitude
escorial
imposed to prevent godlessness throughout england
rule of saints
wrote don quixote
cervantes
i am the state
louis XIV
general public representatives within parliament that resisted james I absolutism
house of commons
spains internal answer to resisting revolution and preventing protestant reforms
inquisition
muslim dominated empire located in the southeastern part of europe during the 16th century
ottaman
strait between siberia and alaska
bering
persecuted by oliver cromwell for being associated with charles II
irish catholics
royalty and landowners of parliament
house of lords
became the rulers of england after the last tudor, elizabeth I, died in 1603
stuarts
ruled england from the end of teh 15th to the beginning of the 17th century
tudors
supporters of charles I
cavaliers
french protestants
huguenots
modern day czech republic
bohemia
nobles in russia
boyars
protestants in england that wanted to purify the catholic church
puritans
theory of exporting more than you import to gain financial success
mercantilism
louis XIII right hand man
richelieu
title a person is given when he is knighted
sir
palace that louis XIV had built
versailles
treaty signed in 1763 that endded many conflicts throughout the globe
paris
along with muslims thses individuals were expelled from spain in the 17th century
jews
treaty that disallowed spain and france from ever uniting
utrecht
leader of teh roundheads
oliver cromwell
charles I was forced to resolve parliament in order to defend england from these individuals from sctoland
calvinist
germanic state
austria and prussia
nobility of austria
junkers
the adoption of western ideas, technology, and culture
westernization
rulers of this religion were expelled from spain in the 15th century
muslim
louis XIV
sun king
signaled his own execution
king charles I