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Review AP Euro
Renaissance
Reformation
Lutheranism
Anglicanism
Huguenots
Calvinism
RCC
Zwinlgi
Humanism
Florence
Art
War
Dutch
France
England
Germany
Absolutism
Population
Life
Scientific Revolution
Commercial
Revolution
IR
Wars
Treaties
Misc.

French
Revolution

Congress of
Vienna

Medici
Savonarola
Ciompi
Urban
Classical
Dante
Machiavelli
Alberti
Raphael
Michelangelo
North and Italy
More
Erasmus
Wool
Guilds
Christian Humanism
Causes
Nepotism
Absenteeism
Immorality
Plauralism
Wealth
Simony
Indulgences
Vernacular
Beliefs
Trinity
Faith
Sacraments
Authorities are many
Pope
Priest is higher class
Transubstantion
Indulgences
Good Works
Fathers of the Church
Monasteries
Heirarchy
Clergy and Lay people
Iconoclast
Zurich
War
Sola Fide
Sola Scriptura
Sola Gratia
Consubstantiation
Geneva
Institutes
Theocracy
Predestination
French Calvinists
Presbyterians
John Knox
Scotland
Henry VIII
Acts of Parliament
Against Spain
Charles V
Philip II !
Huguenot
Vs Catholic
Support
Germans
Dutch
Anti-Spanish
Schmalkaldig League, Augsburg
30 Years War
Peace of Westphalia
Louis XIII and
Richelieu
Louis XIV and
Mazarin
Habsburg
Tudor
Bourbon
Hohenzollern
Romanov
Control
Palaces
Divine Right
Classes
Games
Population
Size
Diseases and cures
Farm Life
Commerce
Mercantalism
Capitalism
Debate with Eck
Charles V (I)
Diet of Worms
Diet of Speyer 1529
Excommunication
Peasant Revolt
Proto-Industrialization
Marriage Patterns
Birth and Infanticide
Witchcraft
Legitimacy
Food
Peasant and Serfs
Taxes
Political Access
Slavery
Aristotle
Ptolemy
Copernicus
Brahe
Kepler
Galileo
Newton
Microscope
Telescope
Barometer
other instruments
Vesalius
Harvey
Locke, Bacon, Descartes,
Kant, Hume
Guilds
Mercatilism
Domestic System
Capitalism
Joint Stock Comapnies
Taxes, tariffs, monopolies
bullion, fiat money, banks
stock exchanges, debt, stocks, entrepreneurs
laissez Faire
Roads, canals,
infrastructure,
internal tariffs
Maximilien de Bethune
Jean Colbert
Jacques Neckar
Bernard de Mandeville
Physiocrats
Adam Smith
David Ricardo
Tom Malthus
Socialism and Communism
Why England
Inventions
Agricultural revolution
Machines
Results
Labor
Conditions
Acts of Parliament
Combination Acts
Luddites
Enlightenment
Philosophes
Locke
Hobbes
Montesquieu
Kant
Voltaire
Rousseau
Beccaria
Howard
Diderot
Condorcet
Deism
Salons
Reason
Urbanization
Wages and Hours
Resources
Metternich
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Phases
Causes
People
Dates
Parties
Governments

100 Years War
Second Hundred Years War
Wars of Religion

Peter, Catherine
Charles VI, Frederick II
Russia, Prussia
Austria, Spain
Counter
Reformation
Council of Trent
Paul III (a farnese)
Conciliarism issue
Action:
Theology Reaffirmed!
Practice: No marriage, Seminaries
Education for priests, favor lower class as
priests. Reduce or remove; absenteeism
plauralism, simony and indulgences.
Visit each house of worship at least once a year.
Live in dioceses.
Jesuits and Ursuline Orders
Baroque
Inquisition
Congregation
Index
Cardinal
Mazarin
Worked
for Peace
Eventually:
Peace of
Westphalia,
1648
1636-1648
Phase IV: French
Louis XIII
Son of Henry IV
Mother, Marie de’
Medici
Ruled: 1610-1643
Age:1601-1643
1636-1648
Phase IV: French
After battle of
Nordlingen 1633.
Wallenstein
Assassinated, 1634.
Peace of Prague, 1635
1630-1635
Phase III: Swedish
Gusatvus II Adolphus
Wins:
Battle of
Breitenfeld.
Wallenstein
Recalled.
1630-1635
Phase III: Swedish
Gusatvus II Adolphus invades after dismissal of
Wallenstein
1630-1635
Phase III: Swedish
Christian IV
Intervenes;
Property in Germany
(Bremen, Holstein)
Fought: Albrecht von
Wallenstein
Schrecklichkeit
Battles: Dessau Bridge,
Lutter
Peace of Lubeck, 1629
1625-1629
Phase II: Danish
5/23/1618
Defenestration
Storms, fighting.
Roughly
Half the fleet returns.
Armada
The Netherlands
Charles V Habsburg 1500-1558
King of Spain, 1516
HRE, 1519
Retired, 1556
Ferdinand of Aragon
Converts to Catholicism
“Paris is worth a mass”
Henry IV, a politique wins
God willing, every working man in my kingdom will have a chicken in the pot every Sunday, at the least!
Henry IV quote
Catholic,
Kind of
Henry III Valois
1551 – 1589 (life)
Assassinated by a Dominican monk while preparing to attack Paris.
Wars of Religion
20,000 or so Huguenots killed.
St. Bartholomew's Day massacre
Admiral Coligny,
Huguenot leader,
killed
St. Bartholomew's Day massacre
France:
Conflict of Catholic and Huguenots
Civil War 1559-1589/1598
Wars of Religion
Cardinal Richelieu
Thought the
Habsburgs too
Powerful.
Prime Minister
For Louis XIII
1636-1648
Phase IV: French
Albrecht von
Wallenstein
Battles: Dessau Bridge,
Lutter-Winner
Peace of Lubeck, 1629
Edict of Restitution!!
1625-1629
Phase II: Danish
1578-1637
Ferdinand II
King of Bohemia
1617
HRE-1619
Sir
Francis
Drake
The Armada, 130 ships, sailed to conquer England.
1588
Armada
Elizabeth
Offered Crown of
The Netherlands.
Declined.
250,000 pound sent,
then troops.
Mary Queen of Scots executed,
March 1587
Elizabeth I
Fighting
Opening of the Dikes.
Treaty of Utrecht
1579
North 7: A Republic, The Dutch.
General Farnese
1578 Governor, great grandson of Pope Paul III
Margaret Steps down.
20,000 troops sent.
Carnage
Council of Blood
1573 replaced.
Spain bankrupt
Destruction in Antwerp (Spanish Fury).
Duke of Alva
Protestants in the Netherlands
Anabaptist
(Pennsylvania Amish)
Lutheran
Calvinist
-Commercial Center!
-Assassinated 1584
-GW of the Netherlands
The Dutch:
William I of Orange
King of Spain in 1556
War in the Spanish
Netherlands
-Defender of Catholicism
-Hard working
-Detail oriented
-Ruled Portugal
Philip II
1527-1598
Isabella of Castile
Huguenots
Right to worship, bear arms, fortify. Protected from Inquisition.
Path to tolerance and secularism
1598-(1629)1685
Edict of Nantes
Huguenot
Henry Navarre (IV)
1553-1610
Assassinated by a Catholic zealot.
Wars of Religion
Very Catholic
Henry Guise
1550-1588
Assassinated
Shared a grandfather (Claude) with Mary Queen of Scots.
Wars of Religion
August 24, 1572 -Wedding of Margaret Valois to Henry of Navarre
St. Bartholomew's Day massacre
Louis XIV at age 8
Cardinal
Richelieu
Dies 1642,
Louis XIII
1643
Louis XIV,
5 years old
1636-1648
Phase IV: French
Gusatvus II Adolphus
Wins but dies
At Battle of
Lutzen, 1632
1630-1635
Phase III: Swedish
Jan Hus
Began in Prague
Defenestration!
Agents of Ferdinand (Styria)
Were thrown out
A window.
The 30 Years’ War
Revolt
1568-1648
-Margaret of Parma,
governor.
-Ignatius was her
confessor
-Iconocalsts active
-Inquisition
-Heavy Taxation
-Mother of General Farnese
Spanish Netherlands
Granada conquered 1492

Edict of Expulsion 1492

Muslims evicted 1502

And Columbus
Spain 1492
Henry IV
Navarre
Edict of Nantes
1598
Wars of Religion
Frederick V, elector of Palatinate
Made King of Bohemia 8/17/1619
Battle of White Mountain-
Ferdinand Won.
Protestants flee to Holland and Denmark. Battle,
Protestants lost.
1618-1625
Phase I: Bohemia
-1581 (signed)
-Removed king
Goes against
Divine Right theory:
A king is a servant of his people and should respect their laws and traditions. When he no longer does this, the people have the right to choose another ruler.
Model for USA!
Dutch Oath of Abjuration
Catholic League accepts
And then dies out
Joined and ran
Then Disbanded
League1577
Catholic League 1576
Returned 1588
Henry III
Henry (IV)
Henry Guise
War of Three Henry’s, 1584-1589
Mary
Q of S
See PPT's
Vermeer
From
Amor
Sciendi
Jan Van Eyck
http://artchronicler.wordpress.com/2010/02/15/jan-van-eyck-and-the-arnolfini-wedding-portrait-3/
Spark Notes
Utopia
http://www.sparknotes.com/philosophy/utopia/
In Praise of Folly
by Gutenberg project
http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/30201?msg=welcome_stranger
Amor
Sciendi
Botticelli
Primavera, 1482
Birth of Venus, 1486
Amor
Sciendi
Brunelleschi and Ghiberti
School of Athens, 1510/11
Amor Sciendi
Sistine Chapel
Siena
Governance
Amor Sciendi
Pico della Mirandola
Oration
http://public.wsu.edu/~brians/world_civ/worldcivreader/world_civ_reader_1/pico.html

From
Amor
Sciendi
Petrarch, Alberti, Valla fostered the
study of the studia humanitates, today known as the humanities: grammar, rhetoric, history, poetry and moral philosophy. Based off of Cicero- literary culture, what an educated anc civilized citizen should know. Emphasis on Human Beings, interest, achievements, capabilities.
http://www.historyguide.org/intellect/humanism.html
Etching by Albrecht Durer
Holbein, Henry VIII,
Ambassadors (diplomacy ie.
Medici), and Humanistic eductation:
Trivium and Quadrivium
http://www.criticalthink.info/$trivium/advresearch.htm
Amor
Sciendi
Dutch Art: Rembrandt
Art, Science, Dutch
Amor
Sciendi
http://www.thersa.org/events/rsaanimate/animate/rsa-animate-21st-century-enlightenment
RSA
RSA: Capitalism
http://www.thersa.org/events/rsaanimate/animate/rsa-animate-crisis-of-capitalism
R
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Turner
Amor
Sciendi
Cities
People
1860

Europe 1815

Europe 1815

Europe 1815

My Prezi
CoV

http://prezi.com/fpdp6pf9-eij/congress-of-vienna/#
Breugel

From
Amor
Sciendi
Ferguson: Ascent of Money
http://fora.tv/2009/06/02/Niall_Ferguson-Evolutionary_Approach_to_Financial_History
Ferguson: Empires on the Edge of Chaos
http://fora.tv/2010/07/28/Niall_Ferguson_Empires_on_the_Edge_of_Chaos
Edward O Wilson
Consilience
Russian Serfs
By Ilya Repin
The Volga Boatman, 1873
Baroque
Power of Art
Caravaggio
Rembrandt
Bernini
See my Art Prezi
http://prezi.com/9oxhvhax3d_b/art/#
Power of Art
J L David
Power of Art

From Fora.tv
http://fora.tv/2013/12/04/The_Making_of_an_Icon_Girl_with_a_Pearl_Earring
Petrarch (1304-1374)
- coined the term "Dark Ages"
-Wrote letters to Classical Authors

Education was emphasized, individuals and the individual's gain as well as benefit for the public good.
Individualism
Secularism
Skepticism
Education
Humanism with a broad social program of reform based on Christian ideals.
Join classical ideas of calmness stoical patience, and broadmindedness with Christian ideas of love, faith, and hope.
Reason rather than
acceptance of dogma
Because society protected private property,
society's flawed institutions were responsible
for corruption and war. Key- reform those
institutions that mold the individual.
Themes:
Education,
Life of Jesus.

Art inovations/techniques: Perspective (Giotto, Mantegna), fresco, oil paint (low countries), sfumato (prominant Leonardo da Vinci), chiaroscuro, contrapposto.

Race
Class
Querrelle des Femmes
New Monarchies
A good place to begin:
Amor
Sciendi
Virtruvian Man, 1492
1503-07
King Francis I
The Last Supper, 1494-98
Michelangelo
Battle Of San Romano
Federico da Montefeltro of Urbino
Battista Sforza
Raphael, 1506
Alba Madonna, 1511
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