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willaim the conqueror
invaded england
defeated anglo saxons at battle of HASTINGS
and made himself king
henry II
establish COURT SYSTEM using JURIES
tried to reduce church authorities
COMMON LAW
Richard the Lion-Hearted
Famous crusaidor and warrior knight
john
signed MAGNA CARTA through force
when was the magna carta signed
1215
magna carta
the two parties in the agreement
king and his subjects, nobles, barons
the main idea of the magna carta
ruler is subjected to the law
point 12 of the magna carta
taxes from king only when oldest daughter marries (once)
son is knighted
or if theres a randsom
members of the "common council" of magna carta's point 14
archbiships
bishops
abbots
earls
greater barons by their letters
magna cartas point 20 and 21 are about fines. what about fines.
fines should match the crime
jury of peers
POINT 39 40 AND 52 ARE ABOUT due process of law. england was___befor magna carta signed
king john tookt their land
edward I
the first real law making body
PARLIAMENT
model parliament
henry V
establish england as first rate of power
beat france at war
henry VI
30 years war (civil) btw 2 families
nickname for 30 years war because of symbol
war of the roses
henry VII
ended war of the roses
and establish the TUDORS
henry VII
made anglican
pope wont let divorce of catherine of aragon
believe king head of church
elizabeth
encouraged exploration of the new world
*destroy spanish armada
~reestablished anglican church
*promote economic posperity
emerging new class of 17th century
merchantile class
*self made men
debate topes before english civil war
who had the right to create taxes
...extend religions
...create monopolies
who runs the government
charles' inflexible and stubborn personality caused civil war..how
believed divine right
said parliament is nucents
tension on eve of english civil war
parliament collect taxes
pretestants
death punishment
free will
humble lives
puritinesus>>capital church
charles call parliament together in 1640
needed money for war
so made agreement>>>but didnt follow
Grand Remonstrance
agreement>>like magna carta
supports king
feudal minded
North and west
upper class
supports parliament
puritans
scottish
traders
middle class
east and south
prince rupert is who's nephew
charles
prince rubert
leader of cavalliers
brightest sart
roundhead
saves day with charge
23 years old
vz. oliver cromwell
cromwell
fave roundheads spirti and strict ethics
strict ethics cromwell gave
no drinking
no sweareing
must be gentlemen.....
battle of moseby
turning point of english civil war
royals out numbered
cromwell counter charged and rupert surrendered
charles still stubborn in end
still believed in divine right
wanted freedom for people but they never spoke up
execution of charles...charges are
for treson, murder, etc.
mary and william
what monarchy
constitutional monarchy
constitutional monarchy is...
without absolute power
war was for freedom..but monarchy back
charles II<<king
even though they killed his father
cromwell did after takinf over from james I
abolished the monarchy and the house of lords
establish common wealth
wanted constituion
but ended MILITARY DICTATOR
charles II ideas
habeus corpus
restored monarchy ,theater, sport events, and dancing
habeus corpus
protext from cruel and unusual punishment\
trial first
james II out of power
flaunting catholicism
offend subjects
bill of rights
no suspending of parliament's law
no levying of taxes without a specific grant from parliament
no interering with freedom of speech
no penalty for a citizen who petitions king on grievances
geocentric theory
earth centered universe
believed by aristotle
spread of scientific revolution
translation of works
manuscripts uncovered
travel
printing press
copernicus
heliocentric theory
"on the revolutions of the heavenly bodies"
heliocentric
sun-centered
brahe
produce accurate data
kepler
said mathematical laws govern plaetary motion
galileo
law of pendulum
objects fall at same speed
moon with rough edges
galileo's books
starry night
and
dialogue concerning two chief world systems
bacon
scientific method
empiriscism
empiriscim
experimental method
descartes
help with scientific method
analytical geometry
proof by reason
mathematical and logic
newton
theory of motion
law of universal gravitation
"mathematical principles o f natural philosophy"
janssen
first microscope
leeuwenhock
observe bacteria swimming with tooth scrapping under microspcope
1st to see red blood cells
torricelli
first mercury barometer
barometer
measures atmosphere, pressure, and predicts weather
fahrenheit
water freezes at 32 degrees
celsius
scale for mercury themometer
water freezes at 0degrees
galen
study anatomy of pigs
vesalius
prove galen wrong
disect human corpse
"on the frabric of..."
harvey
explain heart and blood
jenner
vaccen prevents smallpox
boyle
found modern chemistry
la voisier
name gases...oxygen and carbon dioxide
priesley
seperate pure gas from air
principia
one ofmost important books
by isaac newton
enlightenment
reason
truth can be discovered through logic
nature
natural things are reasonable
happiness
believed a perond who lives by nautral laws
progress
cant have perfect society
liberty
bill of rights
hobbes
leviathan ::with people born naturally born selfish
locke
people learn from natural rights
voltaire
freedom of thought and expression....bill of rights
willaim the conqueror
invaded england
defeated anglo saxons at battle of HASTINGS
and made himself king
henry II
establish COURT SYSTEM using JURIES
tried to reduce church authorities
COMMON LAW
Richard the Lion-Hearted
Famous crusaidor and warrior knight
john
signed MAGNA CARTA through force
when was the magna carta signed
1215
magna carta
the two parties in the agreement
king and his subjects, nobles, barons
the main idea of the magna carta
ruler is subjected to the law
point 12 of the magna carta
taxes from king only when oldest daughter marries (once)
son is knighted
or if theres a randsom
members of the "common council" of magna carta's point 14
archbiships
bishops
abbots
earls
greater barons by their letters
magna cartas point 20 and 21 are about fines. what about fines.
fines should match the crime
jury of peers
POINT 39 40 AND 52 ARE ABOUT due process of law. england was___befor magna carta signed
king john tookt their land
edward I
the first real law making body
PARLIAMENT
model parliament
henry V
establish england as first rate of power
beat france at war
henry VI
30 years war (civil) btw 2 families
nickname for 30 years war because of symbol
war of the roses