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  1. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a ___________ of the cultures of ___________ and __________. It lasted from 13___ to ______. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was ________________, who was well known for writing the plays ___________, _____________, and ___________. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King ___________ of England split from the __________ Church because the _________ would not give him a __________. Henry was quite a ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  2. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of ____ and _______. It lasted from 13___ to ______. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was ________________, who was well known for writing the plays ___________, _____________, and ___________. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King ___________ of England split from the __________ Church because the _________ would not give him a __________. Henry was quite a ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  3. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 13___ to ______. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was ________________, who was well known for writing the plays ___________, _____________, and ___________. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King ___________ of England split from the __________ Church because the _________ would not give him a __________. Henry was quite a ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  4. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was ________________, who was well known for writing the plays ___________, _____________, and ___________. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King ___________ of England split from the __________ Church because the _________ would not give him a __________. Henry was quite a ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  5. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays ___________, _____________, and ___________. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King ___________ of England split from the __________ Church because the _________ would not give him a __________. Henry was quite a ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  6. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King ___________ of England split from the __________ Church because the _________ would not give him a __________. Henry was quite a ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  7. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the __________ Church because the _________ would not give him a __________. Henry was quite a ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  8. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the _________ would not give him a __________. Henry was quite a ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  9. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not give him a __________. Henry hated the ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  10. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not give him a divorce. Henry hated the ___________, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ________________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  11. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not give him a divorce. Henry hated the P.O.P.E, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. ____________, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  12. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not give him a divorce. Henry hated the P.O.P.E, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry, spread the ___________ church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  13. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not give him a divorce. Henry hated the P.O.P.E, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry, spread the Anglican church throughout the ___________ Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  14. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not give him a divorce. Henry hated the P.O.P.E, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry, spread the Anglican church throughout the British Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages in _________, ________, and ________ thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  15. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not give him a divorce. Henry hated the P.O.P.E, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry, spread the Anglican church throughout the British Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages: English, German, and French thanks to _____________’s printing press.

  16. England/Great Britain: The Big Picture, PART I The Renaissance was a rebirth of the cultures of Rome and Greece. It lasted from 1350 to 1600. One famous Englishman from the Renaissance was Shakespeare, who was well known for writing the plays Hamlet, MacBeth, and sonnets. The Reformation started in the Holy Roman Empire, but quickly spread. King Henry VIII of England split from the Catholic Church because the Pope would not give him a divorce. Henry hated the P.O.P.E, which is the acronym to help you remember what Henry VIII did. Elizabeth I, daughter of Henry, spread the Anglican church throughout the British Isles. The Bible is printed in three languages: English, German, and French thanks to Gutenburg’s printing press.

  17. During the Age of Exploration, ________________, became the first Englishman to _________________ the globe. England claimed Eastern ________ ____________ and started its first colony at ___________. They spread the ______________ religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over ________. The ________ __________ Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from ______________(form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  18. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to _________________ the globe. England claimed Eastern ________ ____________ and started its first colony at ___________. They spread the ______________ religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over ________. The ________ __________ Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from ______________(form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  19. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern ______________ and started its first colony at ___________. They spread the ______________ religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over ________. The ________ __________ Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from ______________(form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  20. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at ___________. They spread the ______________ religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over ________. The ________ __________ Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from ______________(form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  21. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the ______________ religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over ________. The ________ __________ Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from ______________(form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  22. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over ________. The ________ __________ Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from ______________(form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  23. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over India. The ________ __________ Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from ______________(form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  24. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over India. The East India Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from ______________(form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  25. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over India. The East India Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from dictatorships (form of gov’t), English colonies were _______________. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  26. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over India. The East India Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from dictatorships (form of gov’t), English colonies were democratic. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of ________________, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  27. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over India. The East India Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from dictatorships (form of gov’t), English colonies were democratic. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of mercantilism, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of __________(gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  28. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over India. The East India Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from dictatorships (form of gov’t), English colonies were democratic. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of mercantilism, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of bullion (gold and ______), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  29. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over India. The East India Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from dictatorships (form of gov’t), English colonies were democratic. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of mercantilism, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of bullion (gold and silver), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the ____________ country.

  30. During the Age of Exploration, Sir Francis Drake, became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. England claimed Eastern North America. and started its first colony at Jamestown, VA. They spread the Anglican religion to America. England also spread its power to South Asia and took over India. The East India Company was a joint stock company that controlled trade with India. While Spanish colonies suffered from dictatorships (form of gov’t), English colonies were democratic. Both Spain and England believed in the economic idea of mercantilism, which said a country is powerful if it has a lot of bullion (gold and silver), and that colonies existed ONLY for the benefit of the mother country.

  31. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on _________ (logical thinking), and using the _________ _________ to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were ________________, who discovered the laws of gravity, and ______________, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers _________ power and claim to rule by ______ ______. __________ tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a ____ trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  32. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the ________ _________ to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were ________________, who discovered the laws of gravity, and ______________, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers _________ power and claim to rule by ______ ______. __________ tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a ____ trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  33. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were ________________, who discovered the laws of gravity, and ______________, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers _________ power and claim to rule by ______ ______. __________ tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a ____ trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  34. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and ______________, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers _________ power and claim to rule by ______ ______. __________ tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a ____ trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  35. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers _________ power and claim to rule by ______ ______. __________ tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a ____ trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  36. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by ______ ______. __________ tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a ____ trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  37. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right. __________ tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a ____ trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  38. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a ____ trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  39. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a jury trial. This caused the English ____ ___, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  40. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a jury trial. This caused the English Civil War, which lasted from 164__ to ____. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  41. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a jury trial. This caused the English Civil War, which lasted from 1642 to 1649. _________ was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  42. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a jury trial. This caused the English Civil War, which lasted from 1642 to 1649. Charles I was defeated by _________ _________ in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  43. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a jury trial. This caused the English Civil War, which lasted from 1642 to 1649. Charles I was defeated by Oliver Cromwell in the English Civil War. ________ beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  44. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a jury trial. This caused the English Civil War, which lasted from 1642 to 1649. Charles I was defeated by Oliver Cromwell in the English Civil War. Cromwell beheaded Charles I in _____. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  45. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a jury trial. This caused the English Civil War, which lasted from 1642 to 1649. Charles I was defeated by Oliver Cromwell in the English Civil War. Cromwell beheaded Charles I in 1649. After the execution, ________ became the only military dictator in English history.

  46. During the Scientific Revolution, there was an emphasis placed on reason (logical thinking), and using the scientific method to analyze nature. Two famous English scientists were Isaac Newton, who discovered the laws of gravity, and William Harvey, who discovered the circulation of blood in mammals. Age of Absolutism: All absolute rulers centralize power and claim to rule by divine right.Charles I tried to rule without Parliament. He raised taxes and put men in jail without a jury trial. This caused the English Civil War, which lasted from 1642 to 1649. Charles I was defeated by Oliver Cromwell in the English Civil War. Cromwell beheaded Charles I in 1649. After the execution, Cromwell became the only military dictator in English history.