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Middle Ages Learning Packet Day Four

Middle Ages Learning Packet Day Four

Middle Ages Learning Packet Day Four The Catholic Church dominated people’s life during the Middle Ages Europe in the Middle Ages- page 11 CRUSADES FARMING Although the First Crusade captured Jerusalem , later Crusades accomplished very little

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The French Revolution

The French Revolution

The French Revolution. 1789. Causes of French Revolution. Ideas of liberty and equality from the American Revolution (note: Constitution was signed 2 yrs before in 1787) Enlightenment ideas of John Locke . Causes of French Revolution. Vast majority of people were broke and hungry.

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The French Revolution "Bourgeois" Phase: 1789-1792

The French Revolution "Bourgeois" Phase: 1789-1792

The French Revolution "Bourgeois" Phase: 1789-1792. By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY. Europe on the Eve of the French Revolution. The French Monarchy: 1775 - 1793. Marie Antoinette & Louis XVI. Let Them Eat Cake!. Marie Antoinette NEVER said that! “Madame Deficit”

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Day 27 Revolution Threatens 1789

Day 27 Revolution Threatens 1789

Day 27 Revolution Threatens 1789. Warm Up: Les Boreades- Tragedie en musique Homework: Read 217-221. Old Order- Estates General. 1 st Clergy- Catholic Church 2 nd - Rich Nobility, and High Officials 3 rd – Burgouise, Urban Lower Class, Peasants. Old Regime.

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Background

Background

Background. The French Revolution became the most momentous upheaval of the revolutionary age. Replaced the “Old Regime” with a “modern society” It profoundly influenced future revolutions.

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Unit 2: Enlightenment and French revolution

Unit 2: Enlightenment and French revolution

Unit 2: Enlightenment and French revolution. What were some of the ideas/Themes of the enlightenment? Based on what we learned yesterday, does an absolute monarchy support these beliefs? . absolutism. Absolutism

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Enlightenment

Enlightenment

Enlightenment.

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French Revolution

French Revolution

French Revolution. Strengthening the Crown. Cardinal Richelieu- advisor to French monarch Goal: strengthen the monarchy Louis XIV: inherited throne at 4 yrs. Old Reign 1643-1715 “Sun King”, “Most Christian King”, divine right Palace of Versailles Revoke Edict of Nantes.

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Ch. 18 The French Revolution

Ch. 18 The French Revolution

Ch. 18 The French Revolution. 18.1 On The Eve Of Revolution. French Society Divided. In 1789 France still clung to the Old Order, or the Ancien Regime, in which everyone was divided into one of three different social classes or Estates . First Estate: Clergy Second Estate: Nobles

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The French Revolution

The French Revolution

Liberty, Equality, Fraternity. The French Revolution. Play Marseilles. Detail From Triumph of Marat, Boilly, 1794 (Musee des Beaux-Arts). The Three Estates.

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A.P. European History French Revolution

A.P. European History French Revolution

A.P. European History French Revolution . The French Revolution. The Estates General. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. The National Assembly. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. The Legislative Assembly . 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. The National Convention . 100. 200. 300. 400. 500.

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Ap European history chapter 19 section 3: the French revolution

Ap European history chapter 19 section 3: the French revolution

Ap European history chapter 19 section 3: the French revolution. The French revolution. In summoning the Estates-General, the government was merely looking for a way to solve the immediate financial crisis.

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The End of Feudalism

The End of Feudalism

The End of Feudalism. Social Studies 10 Mr. Binet. Today’s Class: Thursday, May 28. Review of Black Death. Be sure to hand in your worksheet! The Decline of Feudalism PowerPoint + Handouts Review of Medevial Government Next Week: Religion, Renissance, Reformation and Review for Exam!.

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The French Revolution "Bourgeois" Phase: 1789-1792

The French Revolution "Bourgeois" Phase: 1789-1792

The French Revolution "Bourgeois" Phase: 1789-1792. By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY. Europe on the Eve of the French Revolution. The French Monarchy: 1775 - 1793. Marie Antoinette & Louis XVI. Let Them Eat Cake! . Marie Antoinette NEVER said that! “Madame Deficit”

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1789: The Road to Revolution

1789: The Road to Revolution

1789: The Road to Revolution. “…the aristocracy opened the way to the bourgeois revolution, then to the popular revolution of the peasants – and found itself buried under the ruins of the Old Regime.” – Georges Lafebvre, The Coming of the French Revolution. The French Monarchy: 1775 - 1793.

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The French Revolution and Napoleon Bonaparte

The French Revolution and Napoleon Bonaparte

The French Revolution and Napoleon Bonaparte. Please answer the questions on the worksheet as we go. Answers need not be in complete sentences. French Society in the 18 th Century. First Estate: The Clergy 130,000 people Owned 10% of land Exempt from taxes

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The French Revolution

The French Revolution

The French Revolution. The Old Regime Louis XVI Storming the Bastille The Great Fear Reign of Terror. Old Regime. Old Regime – social/political system of France in the 1770s, people divided into three estates: First Estate – clergy Second Estate – rich nobles

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Centralization of Power in the 1500s

Centralization of Power in the 1500s

Centralization of Power in the 1500s. By: Jessica Ji. Background. A centralization of power in four great states occurred along side the Age of Exploration in the 16 th century. This period of time witnessed the emergence of several national powers and their highly structured state systems.

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AP EXAM REVIEW 1750 TO 1900

AP EXAM REVIEW 1750 TO 1900

AP EXAM REVIEW 1750 TO 1900. AGE OF REVOLUTIONS. Industrial Revolution (1700s-1900s). The movement began in 1700s England as production of goods were done as a mass scale using machines first powered by water and later coal.  England was a natural choice due to their

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Constitutional monarchy est. (7/1791) w/several reforms:

Constitutional monarchy est. (7/1791) w/several reforms:

13.2A THE START OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION (JULY, 1789-JULY, 1790. Huge royal debt  Louis XVI calls Estates General in 1789 to get more taxes. Dispute over voting procedure: . Clergy & nobles want 1 bloc vote/estate . 3rd estate wants 1 vote for each delegate.

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