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This form of government allows the king or queen to have complete power, and no group--not parliament nor a congress of the people--can put limits on that power.
a) Absolutism b) Feudalism c) Democracy d) Oligarchy
The foundation for a constitutional monarchy in England began with the;
a) Toleration Act of 1489 b) Bill of Rights c) Glorious Revolution d) Edict of Nantes
What did Peter the Great see as crucial to making Russia a great power?
a) Giving woman a larger role in government. b) Adopting a Western style of dress and etiquette. c) Using Western technology to modernize he army. d) Forming military alliances with powerful nations.
The mood of Mannerist art reflected the;
a) relentless search for power. b) religious upheavals of the Reformation. c) emphasis on individuality. d) principles of balance, harmony, and moderation.
William Shakespeare is viewed as a genius because his works
a) have endured for many centuries. b) show keen insight into human nature. c) emulated Greek and Roman classics. d) appeal to only the upper class.
Thomas Hobbes believed that humans were guided by;
a) reason and intellect. b) religion and personal ethics. c) a desire to avoid conflict. d) basic survival instincts.
John Locke’s believed;
a) there was a struggle for self-preservation. b) in democracy. c) that everyone had certain natural rights. d) one should encourage people to live without government.
The Thirty Years’ War was;
a) fought to reduce the power of the Huguenots. b) about the succession of the French throne. c) fought to reduce the power of the Holy Roman Empire. d) about the growing power of the French.
When Henry VI of France became king, what did he do to resolve the French Wars of Religion?
a) Convert to Catholicism b) Invade England c) Attack Spain d) Convert to Protestantism
Who was accused of witchcraft in the 1500s?
a) common people b) poor people c) those without property d) all of the above
Edict of Nantes
a) ended the French Wars of Religion b) idea that rulers hold total power c) architectural style characterized by elaborate ornamentation d) specific rights that cannot be taken away
Inflation
a) idea that rulers hold total power b) architectural style characterized by elaborate ornamentation c) specific rights that cannot be taken away d) A rapid increase in prices
Natural Rights
a) ended the French Wars of Religion b) specific rights that cannot be taken away c) idea that rulers hold total power d) architectural style characterized by elaborate ornamentation
Absolutism
a) idea that rulers hold total power b) architectural style characterized by elaborate ornamentation c) specific rights that cannot be taken away d) A rapid increase in prices
Baroque
a) architectural style characterized by elaborate ornamentation b) idea that rulers hold total power c) specific rights that cannot be taken away d) A rapid increase in prices
Armada
a) A fleet of warships b) one who does not conform to established doctrine c) belief that a ruler gets his power from God d) religious reformers
Heretic
a) belief that a ruler gets his power from God b) religious reformers c) style of art the rejected the Renaissance ideals of balance and proportion d) one who does not conform to established doctrine
divine right of kings
a) belief that a ruler gets his power from God b) religious reformers c) one who does not conform to established doctrine d) A fleet of warships
Puritans
a) religious reformers b) belief that a ruler gets his power from God c) one who does not conform to established doctrine d) one who conforms to established doctrines
Mannerism
a) A fleet of warships b) one who does not conform to established doctrine c) style of art the rejected the Renaissance ideals of balance and proportion d) religious reformers
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