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  1. Quaestio: What positive and negative effects did absolute rule have in Europe and around the world?NuncAgenda: What does it mean to be an absolute ruler? Were Ottoman Sultans absolute rulers?

  2. Absolute Rulers • Working together in your groups, create a skit portraying the way in which your assigned ruler demonstrated absolutist qualities. • Make sure that the content of your skit covers ALL of the homework questions and answers. • Skit must be no longer than five minutes. • While watching the skit, other groups will attempt to answer the questions of the performing group, and will have a chance to ask for clarification at the end.

  3. Louis XIV

  4. Palace of Versailles

  5. Palace of Versailles

  6. Palace of Versailles

  7. Palace of Versailles

  8. Palace of Versailles

  9. Palace of Versailles

  10. Palace of Versailles

  11. Huguenots

  12. Edict of Nantes REVOKED

  13. He almost united the Kingdoms of France and Spain.

  14. Peter the Great

  15. Boyars = Russian Nobles

  16. Stuart Kings James I & Charles I

  17. English Civil War

  18. Oliver Cromwell and the Republican Commonwealth

  19. Restoration of the Stuart Monarchy and the Anglican Church

  20. Glorious Revolution New Monarchs: William and Mary

  21. English Bill of Rights “That the pretended power of suspending of laws, or the execution of laws, by regal authority, without the consent of parliament, is illegal... That the election of members of parliament ought to be free... That the freedom of speech, and debates or proceedings in parliament, ought not to be impeached or questioned in any court or place out of parliament.” —English Bill of Rights, passed by Parliament, 1689