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26 Cards in this Set

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philip II
strengthened catholic church beleved in divine rights
louis XIV
inherited throne 1643. "i am the sate" ;weakened Frances economy
charles V
inherited HAPSBURG empire and spanish emp. devout catholic
oliver cromwell-
leader of roundheads during english civil war
fought against Caviers during English civil war
wealthy nobles who supoorted charles I
middle passage
2nd leg of slave trade that transported slaves to american clonies for sugar, mollasses and other goods
cardinal richelieu
chief minister appointed by louis XII tried and destroyed power of Huguenots and nobles
city in france
edit of nantes
granted hugnoets religous toleration and other freedoms
royal officil to collect taxes, requruit soldiers, and carried out gov. policies
clashed with Parliament over $ and foriegn policy
french protestants who were members of the reformed church
charles I
king of england clashed with parliament dissolved parliament after signing petition of rights
petition of rights
prohibited king from raising taxes, or jailing anyone with parliament consent
english civil war
chalenge of abolutism: caviler vs. roundheads
took financial risks to make profits and were they to sucess of capitalism
expanded trade increased many supply and push for overseas empires
-author of the play
-Because a drama is open to interpretation, once the script is complete, the playwright has very little control of the production
-The written work from which a drama is produced
-This includes stage directions, props that are necessary and narration
-Usually a 3 or 5 act play
stage directions
-Notes given by the playwright to describe how something should be presented or performed on the stage
 The elements of a production including lighting, costumes, music
 These elements bring the production to life
 The spectacle is usually complied by the producer or director of the play
-The speech of the actors
-In a drama, the dialogue is more accented than in prose (novels), due to the limitations on narration
-? reveals motives, problems and relationship between characters
A long speeches given by an actors
-A speech given by a lone character on stage
A statement intended to be heard by audience or by a single other character but not by other characters on stage