Crisis And Absolutism In Europe Part Two Question Preview (ID: 8201)

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Militant means....
a) combative
b) plagued
c) stinky
d) caring

To solve the religious problem, Henry IV, king of France, issued the Edict of Nantes that recognized
a) Catholicism as the official religion & gave the Huguenots the right to worship & political rights.
b) the growing power of the French monarchy & made the Huguenots a powerful political threat.
c) the French civil wars as the French wars of Religion.
d) an extreme Catholic party, known as the ultra-Catholics, & made them pay high taxes.

Elizabeth Tudor was the Queen of
a) England
b) Spain
c) France
d) Germany

Armada means....
a) a fleet of warships.
b) to be in love.
c) a miracle on the battlefield.
d) a legion of warriors.

Who ordered the invasion of England in 1588?
a) Philip II
b) Elizabeth Tudor
c) King Peter II
d) Queen Mary Tudor

Inflation means...
a) rising prices.
b) an influx of gold and silver.
c) demand for land and food.
d) growing population.

The religious zeal that led to the Inquisition and the hunt for heretics was extended to concern...
a) about witchcraft.
b) about inflation.
c) about divine right of kings.
d) about The Glorious Revolution.

Who were usually the ones most often accused of witchcraft?
a) all are correct answers.
b) The Poor.
c) Those without property.
d) Single or widowed women over 50 years old.

The Thirty Years' War was fought primarily in
a) the German states.
b) France.
c) England.
d) Spain.

The Thirty Years' War started as a struggle between Catholic forces, led by the Hapsburg Holy Roman emperors,
a) and Protestant (primarily Calvinist) nobles in Bohemia who rebelled against Hapsburg authority.
b) and Protestant (primarily the Church of England) nobles in England.
c) and the Russian Orthodox Church and local nobles in Europe.
d) and the Hapsburg royal family from Spain.

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