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Absolutism: France & Louis XIV (1550-1800)

Absolutism: France & Louis XIV (1550-1800)

Absolutism: France & Louis XIV (1550-1800). I. Rebuilding France. Religious wars huguenots (Bourbons) vs. catholics (Guises) Bourbons win, Henry IV takes over, grants Edict of Nantes Begins expansion of power, increased size of the bureaucracy.

By bernad
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THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE. “L’etat, c’est moi (I am the state)” –Louis XIV. THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE. THE FRENCH MODEL. Effective centralization of authority into hands of monarch. Louis XIV as embodiment of absolutist rule. But foundations laid by rulers before him.

By airell
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Use mouse click to advance slides. The Bourbons. Henry III. Catherine de Medici. Catherine de Medici. Henry IV. Henry IV. Henry IV. Louis XIII. Louis XIII. Anne of Austria. Cardinal Richelieu. Cardinal Richelieu. Cardinal Mazarin. Cardinal Mazarin. Anne of Austria and Mazarin.

By lanza
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Aim/Goal: How did monarchs in different regions of the world exercise absolute power?

Aim/Goal: How did monarchs in different regions of the world exercise absolute power?

Aim/Goal: How did monarchs in different regions of the world exercise absolute power? Do Now: Define the word “absolutism.” Give one example of how an absolute ruler exercises his/her power.

By shona
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Greatest extent of French Influence. Quebec until 1763 Louisiana until 1803. Haiti until 1804. Eastern Hemisphere Co

Greatest extent of French Influence. Quebec until 1763 Louisiana until 1803. Haiti until 1804. Eastern Hemisphere Co

Greatest extent of French Influence. Quebec until 1763 Louisiana until 1803. Haiti until 1804. Eastern Hemisphere Colonies to mid 1900s. THE BOURBONS. HENRY IV LOUIS XIII LOUIS XIV. Henry of Navarre was the first important leader of the Bourbon family. .

By yaholo
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France

France

France. Henry IV. Henry IV. Good king, popular for lowering taxes, building roads Was Protestant (Huguenot), but converted to Catholicism to end religious wars in France “Paris is well worth a mass” Issued the Edict of Nantes in 1598 Gave religious freedom to Huguenots

By phuc
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France becomes the Envy of Europe

France becomes the Envy of Europe

France becomes the Envy of Europe. France and Absolutism. Henry IV saw to lessen or curtail the power of large regional France parlements or groups of powerful nobles. Henry IV and the Duke of Sully set up royal monopolies on gunpowder, mines, and salt.

By ailsa
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France: the pinnacle of absolutism

France: the pinnacle of absolutism

France: the pinnacle of absolutism. HWH UNIT 2 CHAPTER 4.2. The bourbon dynasty (1589-1792). Henry IV (r. 1589-1610) The first Bourbon The French Wars of Religion (1560s-1590s) Catholics vs. Huguenots (French Calvinists) St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre (1572) “Paris is Worth a Mass”

By kara
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Louis XIV and the Palace of Versailles

Louis XIV and the Palace of Versailles

Louis XIV and the Palace of Versailles. Louis XIV the Boy King. Louis took the throne at 8 years old While he was young Cardinal Mazarin was ruled as his regent This was a time of great political growth for the French Monarchy. The Fronde.

By saima
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Domenico Scarlatti 1685-1757

Domenico Scarlatti 1685-1757

Domenico Scarlatti 1685-1757. Alessandro Scarlatti 1660-1725. Da capo aria. A and B sections A section then repeated (“da capo” means literally “from the head”) Performers expected to improvise variations and ornaments during the repeated A section. Queen Anne of Austria.

By cindy
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THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE. “ L’etat , c’est moi (I am the state)” – Louis XIV. Absolutism:. A form of government in which all power is vested in a single ruler or other authority. Question :

By zion
(173 views)

France Under Louis XIV

France Under Louis XIV

France Under Louis XIV. Chapter 4 Section 2 Objectives: Understand how Henry IV rebuilt France after the wars of religion Explain how Louis XIV became an absolute monarch Describe how Versailles was a symbol of royal power. I. Henry IV Restores Order. French Wars of Religion

By sarila
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France Under Louis XIV

France Under Louis XIV

France Under Louis XIV. Chapter 4 Section 2 Objectives: Understand how Henry IV rebuilt France after the wars of religion Explain how Louis XIV became an absolute monarch Describe how Versailles was a symbol of royal power. I. Henry IV Restores Order. French Wars of Religion

By cynara
(91 views)

Louis XIV

Louis XIV

Louis XIV. Dubbs World HERSHEY BROWN. Essential Question:. How was louis XIV an absolute ruler?. Cardinal Mazarin. Ruled as regent for Louis XIV early-on Died when Louis was Twenty-Two. Leo. Impact of Louis XIV. The Real purpose of Versailles  Caging the Nobility

By walden
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Age of Absolutism: King Louis XIV

Age of Absolutism: King Louis XIV

Age of Absolutism: King Louis XIV. FRENCH ABSOLUTISM. Absolutism. Political theory that believed in the “Divine Right of Kings” (Monarchs received their authority from God). Bishop Bossuet established this in Politics Taken From the Very Words of Scripture. Bishop Jacques Bossuet.

By cisco
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THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE. “L’etat, c’est moi (I am the state)” –Louis XIV. THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE. THE FRENCH MODEL. Effective centralization of authority into hands of monarch. Louis XIV as embodiment of absolutist rule. But foundations laid by rulers before him.

By alodie
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TURNING POINTS IN THE REIGN OF LOUIS XIV (1643-1715)

TURNING POINTS IN THE REIGN OF LOUIS XIV (1643-1715)

TURNING POINTS IN THE REIGN OF LOUIS XIV (1643-1715). 1648-53: The Fronde 1661: The King declares on the death of Cardinal Mazarin that he will henceforth be his own chief minister 1672-78: Franco-Dutch War 1685: Revocation of the Edict of Nantes

By ananda
(136 views)

PICTORI CELEBRI

PICTORI CELEBRI

PICTORI CELEBRI. -Berthe Morisot. -Austin Abbey. -Bloemaert. -Chadwick. -DELAROCHE. GEORGE GERSHWIN; THE MAN I LOVE. Berthe Morisot. Hide and Seek-1873. Berthe Morisot. In the Wheat fields at Gennevillers-1871. BERTHE MORISOT. The mother and sister of the artist-1869.

By minya
(129 views)

France becomes the Envy of Europe

France becomes the Envy of Europe

France becomes the Envy of Europe. France and Absolutism. Henry IV saw to lessen or curtail the power of large regional France parlements or groups of powerful nobles. Henry IV and the Duke of Sully set up royal monopolies on gunpowder, mines, and salt.

By renata
(78 views)

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE

THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE. “L’etat, c’est moi (I am the state)” –Louis XIV. THE RISE OF ABSOLUTISM IN FRANCE. THE FRENCH MODEL. Effective centralization of authority into hands of monarch. Louis XIV as embodiment of absolutist rule. But foundations laid by rulers before him.

By rhonda-leach
(142 views)

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