Study Guide for Chapter 12 - The Age of Religious Wars  Terms and People to Know

Sec 1. (pgs 388-395)

presbyters  Counter-Reformation   baroque  Peter Paul Reubens   Gianlorenzo Bernini   Christopher Wren
Rembrandt van Rijn   politiques   Huguenots  Edict of Fontainebleau    Edict of Chateaubriand   Henry of Navarre     Catherine de Medici    Bourbons  Guises   Louis I, Prince of Condy  Admiral Gaspard de Coligny   Conspiracy of Amboise   Theodore Beza   Francis II   Charles IX   
January Edict    Peace of St. Germain-en-Laye   Battle of Lepanto   Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre        Henry of Navarre  Franco - Gallia   Francois Hotman  On the Right of Magistrates over Their Subjects Henry III   The Peace of Beaulieu   The Day of Barricades   Henry IV   The Edict of Nantes  Treaty of Vervins             

Sec 2. (pgs 395-401)

Spanish Armada   Philip II    Ferdinand I   Potosi ( Bolivia )   Zacatecas (Mexico)  inflation   The Escorial 
Don Carlos   Don John of Austria   The Battle of Lepanto   annexation of Portugal   Cardinal Granvelle Margaret of Parma   The Count of Egmont  William of Nassau ( of Orange)  Anne of Saxony   Louis of Nassau     The Compromise   The Duke of Alba  The Council of Trouble   "tenth penny tax" Stadholder   "Sea Beggars"   Don Luis de Requesens  "The Spanish Fury"   The Pacification of Ghent   Union of Brussels   The Perpetual Edict of 1577   The Union of Arras   The Union of Utrecht  " The Apology"   Duke of Alencon   Maurice of Orange 
Treaty of Joinville    Twelve Year's Truce   


Sec 3. ( pgs. 401-404)

Edward VI   Lady Jane Grey   Mary I (Tudor)   Calais   John Hooper  Hugh Latimer   Thomas Cramner Elizabeth I  Sir William Cecil  
Act of Supremacy of 1559  Act of Uniformity   Book of Common Prayer   Thirty Nine Articles  Matthew Parker   Mary Stuart ( Queen of Scots)  Puritans   Presbyterians  Congregationalists  John Whitgift    The Conventicle Act   Pope Pius V   John Hawkins   Sir Francis Drake

The Treaty of Nonsuch    Treaty of Edinburgh   John Knox   Earl of Bothwell   Sir Francis Walsingham  Bernardino de Mendoza 
The Babington Plot   The Spanish Armada   Cadiz   Duke of Medina-Sidonia 
"The Protestant or English Wind"          

Sec 4. (pgs. 404-415
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The Thirty Year's War    Fragmented Germany   Frederick III Elector Palatinate  Heidelberg
Maximiliam of Bavaria  Frederick IV (Elector)    Count Johann von Tilly  The Bohemian Period Ferdinand I of Styria  Emperor Rudolf II 
Letter of Majesty   Defenestration of Prague  Ferdinand II  Frederick V ( The Elector)   John George I of Saxony   Battle of White Mountain   The Danish Perioid Christian IV of Denmark   Albrecht of Wallenstein   Edict of Restitution   The Swedish Period  

Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden    Cardinal Richelieu   Battle of Breitenfeld   Battle of Lutzen  Peace of Prague   The Swedish-French Period   Munster   Osnabruck   The Treaty of Westphalia  The Swiss Confederacy   The United Provinces of Holland   Brandenburg-Prussia 
 
Treaty of the Pyrenees    

 
Ideas to remember
• Describe and explain the political maneuvering and rise of the Bourbons in France
  Describe and explain the reign of Philip II  during the Siglo de Oro in Spain
  Describe and explain the political figures of the time who fit the role of politiques.
  Describe and explain the rise to power of Elizabeth I in England and her subsequent reign.
  Describe and explain the causes, phases, and effects of the Thirty Year's War.