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AP Euro Review 1500s
Transcript of AP Euro Review 1500s
Habsburg-Valois Wars(1521-1556) Wars between HRE and France for control of Italy Rus: Ivan III(1440-1505): Ivan the Great Rus: Vasily III(1505-1533): Autocrat Rus: Ivan IV(1533-1584) Ivan the Terrible: Expanded east, after being blocked by Sweden and Poland; extended autocracy by crushing the nobles(boyars). Rus: Time of Troubles(1598-1613): Resurgence of aristocratic power in a period of anarchy 1569: Formal merger of Lithuanian & Poland, weak monarch and strong nobles Eng: Henry VIII(1509-1547): Starts the Anglican Church Eng: Elizabeth I(1558-1603): Politique, defender of Protestantism Eng: Mary I(1553-1558): "Bloody Mary": Tries to bring Catholicism to England 1588: Spanish Armada defeated by English Fr: Louis XII(1498-1515) Fr: Weak kings, power really held by Catherine de' Medici(1519-1589) Fr: Francis I(1515-1547): Fights to take over Italy; 1516: Concordat of Bologna - Compromise with the Pope Fr: 1562: Massacre of Protestants Fr: 1572: Saint Bartholomew's Day massacre Fr: 1594: Coronation of Henry IV(Politique): "Paris is worth a mass" Fr: 1598: Edict of Nantes Copernicus(1543): Starts the Scientific Revolution: Sun-centered universe Brahe(collected data and rejected Aristotelian-Ptolemiac system) and Kepler(Confirmed Copernicus's heliocentric theory) further supported the sun-centered universe theory Vesalius(1540s): Anatomical drawings of the human body