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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.

By johana
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Absolutism

Absolutism

Absolutism. Louis XIV 1638-1715. Mrs. Quimby Quincy High School Sophomores. Absolute Monarchs. In the 1700s, most countries in Europe were ruled by Monarchs A Monarch is the King or Queen of a country. Some countries had a monarch who was also supported by a governing body.

By Leo
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Notre Dame de Paris

Notre Dame de Paris

Notre Dame de Paris. Ben Hu. Introduction. Gothic Cathedral on eastern half of Paris Dedicated to the virgin Mary Means “Our Lady of Paris” Still used as Roman Catholic cathedral. Western Facade. Flying Buttresses. South Rose Window. Water Spouts and Gargoyles. Construction.

By libitha
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Chapter 7, Section 1 Europe in Crisis: The Wars of Religion

Chapter 7, Section 1 Europe in Crisis: The Wars of Religion

* By 1560, Calvinism & Catholicism had become militant religions, and their struggles were the main cause of the 16 th century religious wars. * The French Wars of Religion (1562-1598) devastated France as French Calvinists

By lotus
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SOL Preparation for

SOL Preparation for

SOL Preparation for. World History. Getting ready for the SOL. There are less than 80 questions on the SOL Exam They are multiple choice questions Some include maps & graphs. You have unlimited time in which to complete the test Answer all questions, leave no question unanswered

By Faraday
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Absolutism

Absolutism

Absolutism. Absolutism. What is it?. Absolute Monarchs. Kings or queens who held all of the power within their state’s boundaries. Goal was to control every aspect of society. Believed in….

By jana
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Age of Metternich

Age of Metternich

Age of Metternich. Ms. Pugh. Age of Metternich. Dominated by “conservatism” Wanted Europe to forget about Napoleon, the French Revolution, and the Enlightenment Wanted to achieve a “balance of power” in Europe Power between Great Britain, Austria, Prussia, Russia, and France

By Pat_Xavi
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WARM UP – October 31

WARM UP – October 31

WARM UP – October 31. Test Review – One person from each pair log on to the chrome books and go to Quizizz. Unit 6: Absolutism, Revolution and Rebellion Test Review. Unit 6: Absolutism, Revolution and Rebellion Review. 1. What does an absolute monarchy control? 2. What is divine right?

By max
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Absolutism in Western and Eastern Europe

Absolutism in Western and Eastern Europe

Absolutism in Western and Eastern Europe. Ch. 17: Emergence of the European State System. Absolutism. Characteristics:. Absolute monarchs not subordinate to national assemblies Nobility reigned in Bureaucrats (17 th C.) were career officials and answered only to monarch

By ostinmannual
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Louis XIV and 20 Million Frenchmen

Louis XIV and 20 Million Frenchmen

Louis XIV and 20 Million Frenchmen. Louis XIV and 20 Million Frenchmen I. Characteristics of the Age II. The Ruler. Louis XIV 1. Historical Questions 2. Versailles 3. L’etat,c’est moi III. The Ruled. 1. The Battle for Life 2. The Price of grain 3. Structure of families

By martina
(204 views)

Unit Five

Unit Five

Unit Five. Absolutism, Age of Enlightenment, & Revolutions. Standards – Absolutism & Revolution. SSWH14 The student will analyze the Age of Revolutions and Rebellions. Examine absolutism through a comparison of the rules of Louis XIV, Tsar Peter the Great, and Tokugawa Ieyasu .

By joy
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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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Versailles: Home of the "Sun King"

Versailles: Home of the "Sun King"

Versailles: Home of the "Sun King". Young Louis XIV. Louis XIV. Louis XIV. L’Etat c’est moi! The state, it is I!. I am at The Getty. By Hyacinthe Rigaud. Louis XIV’s Carriage. The Bourbon Family Crest. Louis XIV as Apollo. Apollo has been worshiped as the god of: Music Healing

By kalkin
(156 views)

Enlightenment

Enlightenment

Enlightenment.

By ward
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English Civil War

English Civil War

English Civil War. James I Charles I (Interregnum) – Cromwell Charles II (Restoration) James II (Glorious Revolution). James I (formerly James VI of Scotland) adopted by Elizabeth I, rules 1603-1625, but is an ABSOLUTIST Tonnages and Poundages Royal Monopolies Impositions

By jera
(145 views)

What Comes Next?

What Comes Next?

What Comes Next?. What lines/phrases do you think have a special meaning? (you may underline!) What is King George’s overall meaning?. Today’s Question:. What comes next for the United States of America?. Agenda:.

By libitha
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ABSOLUTISM

ABSOLUTISM

1. Assess the personality of Louis XIV. What do the quotes reveal about himself? 2. Do you think that Louis XIV lives up to the title, absolute monarch? Examples?. ABSOLUTISM. FRANCE. Louis XIV “The Sun King”. Louis XIV: The Sun King. King of France (1643-1715).

By cissy
(285 views)

naci ó 1932 es de Colombia

naci ó 1932 es de Colombia

Fernando Botero. naci ó 1932 es de Colombia. Self-Portrait 1994. por T. A. C. Botero. Poor Strange youth 1940’S difficult 10 years old Bullfighting: First painting Ticket taker bought Continued theme. The Model 1989. Botero. 13 years old Illustrator Europe – 1 st prize

By jaxon
(107 views)

Monday – May 19 th , 2014

Monday – May 19 th , 2014

Essential Question : In what ways did the Civil Rights movement pave the way for other movements to take place?. Monday – May 19 th , 2014. Weekends? Sub? Agenda Go over protest music Pass back Friday’s assignment QUIZ OVER 23!!! Worksheet. Monday – May 19 th , 2014.

By leiko
(292 views)

France Under Louis XIV

France Under Louis XIV

France Under Louis XIV. 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. Identify Louis XIV’s successes and failures. Rebuilding France.

By maeko
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