Philip II of France

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  • Third Crusade Causes

    the year of 1189 and lasted for a difficult three years.(Wiki) The Third crusade was caused by the capture of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin who was muslim.(A&E)The spreading of word that the Holy City had be captured by muslims spread like wildfire, soon the people would shout and scream for war,they wanted another crusade and that is exactly what they would get. What started the Third Crusade European leaders upon hearing the news were outraged at the fact that the Holy City was being controlled by Muslims. Three of the most important leaders in this crusade was King Philip…

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  • Religious War Summary

    • Catholics and Protestants struggle for control of France, Netherlands and England • FRENCH WARS OF RELIGION (1562-1598) PG 392-397 • French protestants= Huguenots- from Besancon Hugues- leader of Geneva’s political revolt against House of Savoy 1520’s • HRE emperor Charles V captured Fancis I of France at Battle of Pavia ion 1525-…

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  • The Holy Catholic Church

    church, but it either did not last long, or simply wasn’t enough to satisfy the Church’s likely rising dissatisfaction of their status under secular rulers. In no surprising news, similar issues would arise again. The Unam Sanctam, hanging on all this, is Pope Boniface VIII’s climatic statement of Church supremacy. Of particularly poignant nature is the opening statement of the document: the declaration that his church, The Holy Catholic Church, is the only true catholic church and apart from…

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  • The Clash Between Pope Boniface VIII And King Philip IV Of France

    The clash between Pope Boniface VIII and King Philip IV of France began in the year 1296 over taxation of the French Clergy. Specifically, King Philip IV implemented taxes over the clergy and all other laymen of the French kingdom with a motive to fuel a war with King Edward I of England. Refuting this, Boniface asserted that no cleric was to pay taxes to a king without proper papal consent. If the clergy went against his commands, Boniface threatened excommunication to all who ignored him.…

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  • Aquinas Theory Of State

    The period from 1296 to the early 1500s was an era that saw significant change in the relationship between temporal and ecclesiastical authority. The driving force in relations between these two entities shifted from assessing the role of canon law to the strength of new ideas and political thought. Historians such as Ullmann place emphasis on the translation of Aristotelean ideas for this change whereas others, like Black and Coleman argue the change was as the result of a natural progression…

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  • Spanish Armada Research Paper

    In 1588, off the coast of Grave-lines, France, Spain’s so-called “insuperable Armada” was defeated by the English soldiers under the command of Lord Charles Howard and Sir Francis Drake. Their main aim was to overthrow Queen Elizabeth1 of England and the Tudor establishment of Protestantism in England. After fighting for almost eight hours, a change in wind direction forced the Spanish to retreat from the battle and sailed toward the North Sea. The Spanish Armada had hoped to win the…

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  • Tudor England Film Analysis

    particular figures from Tudor history to represent elements that were prominent in this period. It will become obvious that historical films on Tudor England were affected during this period because they were adapted to fit wartime themes and represent the film studios political agenda. The spread of Nazism and emerging threats of war led particular film-makers to create historical films on Tudor England that echoed anti-fascist sentiments. Furthermore, the greatest and “most consistent…

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  • Summary Of Felipe Guamán Poma De Ayala

    Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala was a native Peruvian who had Incan ancestry. As a son of a Spanish nobleman, he was exposed to the colonial power of the Spanish but had the knowledge of Incan society and history. Guamán Poma is best known for chronicling the events that partook in Peru as the Spaniards continue to establish themselves as the dominant power. In his illustrated letters to Spain’s King, King Philip III, he detailed the accounts of ill treatment that the Spaniards did towards the…

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  • Revolutionary War Pros And Cons

    was one that would help shape the history of Europe. This war as the name entails was a war that lasted near a hundred years between England and France. The war was the start of a revolution in where the combat superiority of the knight was beginning to give way to infantry Since this war was one that took over the course of such a long period of time it is impossible to see how the two countries compared to each other in many different aspects. To look at each of their militaries at the…

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  • Reasons For The Defeat Of The Spanish Armada

    the seas, and the fate of the world was decided within the English Channel, or so some believed. The Anglo-Spanish War was fought from 1585 to 1604, despite war never being officially declared, and is best remembered for the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588. The English and Spanish were quite different from each other in terms of their religion, politics, and military structure, which lead to the King Philip II’s plans to overthrow Queen Elizabeth. However, when the invasion fleet arrived…

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