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PREZENTATION ABOUT 17th CENTURY
Transcript of PREZENTATION ABOUT 17th CENTURY
OLIVER CROMWELL'S COMMONWEALTH
WAR ON WITCHES
RAISING CONCERN ABOUT EVIL INFLUENCES
17th CENTURY ROAD
PREZENTATION ABOUT THE 17th CENTURY
ACCUSATIONS OF WITCHCRAFT AGAINST
, LIKE MATTHEW HOPKINS
Wrote two treatises justifying
the execution of Charles I
Struggled to defend freedom
Was taken in prison, and wrote "Paradise Lost"
after he was set free
The unending opposition
between God and Satan
The revolution concerning
the figure of the "epic hero"
The use of an elevated style (Latin syntax, difficult vocabulary, long periods)
UNFAIR TRIALS AND
AGAINST SUSPECTED WITCHES
LAST EXECUTION IN
LAST EXECUTION IN
PURITANS HERITAGE IN AMERICA
PILGRIMS FATHERS EXPORTED IN AMERICA THE VALUES OF PURITANISM:
FREEDOM OF RELIGION, CONGREGATIONALISM AND SALVATION
WAS EXPELLED FROM MASSACHUSSETS BAY COLONY AND FOUNDED
, RHODE ISLAND, A HAVEN FOR
English architecture in a somewhat confused state
No recognizable national style
Charles I became king after
the death of his father, James I
Puritans (extreme Protestants) wanted to eliminate every trace of Catholic influence in England
The king refused to accept the request of the Parliament. The civil war broke out
directs, influences and controls both the design and execution of large projects
City of London
St. Paul Cathedral
His foreign policy
was very successful
: Troopers in the in the Parliamentarian cavalry formed by Puritan soldiers
A religious epic poem, characterized by:
Hampton Court Palace
The palace lies by the Thames thirteen miles from London. It has been built in Tudor times for Henry VIII. It has been inhabited by the Tudors and Stuarts, but by the 17th century it was in neglected condition.
Despite the blend of styles, Wren's design resulted in a harmonious whole.
succeeded Charles II. He was catholic but the Parliament was protestant....
THE CIVIL WAR
The Parliament (mostly composed of Puritans) asked the king to give up his command of the armed forces
THE RESTORATION AND THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION
So there was a civil war called "Glorious Revolution" between James II and
William of Orange
. At the end William won and became the king.
returned to his kingdom and became king deleting the republic
Foundation of the republic, known as "Commonwealth"
He failed to achieve his goals at home
2.Find a problem
8.Find another problem
7.Find an answer
Debate between Aristotelians, Francis Bacon and mathematicians
Charles I's execution
Method of classification