Study Guide for Chapter 13 - Paths to Constituionalism and Absolutism Terms and People to Know

Sec 1. (pgs 417-427)

absolutism   parliamentary monarchy  French parlements  Estates General   James I   A Trew Law of Free Monarchies   impositions  
tonnage and poundage   Puritans   Millenary Petition  
King James Bible   Book of Sports   Separatists   Massachusetts Bay Company  
Duke of Buckingham  
The Spanish Infanta  Charles I   forced loan   Petition of Right   popery   Arminians   Thomas Wentworth  thorough  
ship money   John Hampden  William Laud    Book of Common Prayer   John Pym 
Short Parliament   Long Parliament   Earl of Strafford  
Court of Star Chamber  Court of High Commission grand remonstrance  Militia Ordinance    English Civil War  Cavaliers   Roundheads  

Solemn League and Covenant   Oliver Cromwell    New Model Army   Battle of Marston Moor  Battle of Naseby   Colonel Thomas Pride  
Pride's Purge  The Rump Parliament  Great Britain  Lord Protector  The Protectorate   Charles II ( The Merry Monarch) 
The Restoration              

Sec 2. (pgs 427-430)

Clarendon Code   Navigation Acts   Treaty of Dover   Declaration of Indulgence   Test Act    Titus Oates The Popish Plot    Earl of Shaftesbury  Whigs   James II    Tories    William of Orange stadtholder  Mary II   The Glorious Revolution   English Bill of Rights   The Toleration Act   
Act of Settlement  
House of Hanover    Queen Anne   George I    John Locke   Second Treatise of Government  

Sec 3. ( pgs. 430-437)
Louis XIV   parlements   Louis XIII    intendants   Henry IV    Duke of Sully   mercantilism    corvee   Marie de Medicis   Treaty of Fontainbleau  Cardinal Armand Richelieu   Treaty of the Pyrenees  Peace of Alais    raison d'etat    Anne of Austria   Cardinal Mazarin   The Fronde  
Bishop Jacques-Benigne Bossuet   "divine right of kings"  Versailles   Sun King   Marie Therese  Madame de Maintenon     Jansenists   Cornelius Jansen    Augustinius   Arnaulds   Antoine Arnauld  On Frequent Communion   Blaise Pascal    Provincial Letters  
Port Royal Community  
Jean Baptiste Colbert    taille   mercantilism    Michel Tellier   Marquis of Louvois    Sebastien Vauban   
The War of Devolution    Philip IV of Spain   Charles II     Viscount of Turenne  Triple Alliance  Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle    Treaty of Dover   
Jan and Cornelus De Witt  William of Orange  or  William III    Louis II Duke de Conde  Admiral Duquesne    

Sec 4. (pgs. 437-447)
League of Augsburg    Emperor Leopold of Austria   The Nine Years' War    King William's War  Peace of Ryswick  
Charles II of Spain ( The Sufferer)   Margaret Theresa    Philip of Anjou  Philip V
The Grand Alliance   War of Spanish Succession  
James Edward    John Churchill Duke of Marlborough  
Battle of Blenheim   Battle of Ramillies   Battle of Malplaquet   Treaty of Utrecht  
Treaty of Rastatt  Gibralter  Minorca  House of Hanover  Elizabeth Farnese   Charles III        

Ideas to remember
  Compare and Contrast the government of France with England in the 17th century.
  Describe and explain the causes and effects of the English Civil War.
  Describe and explain the Glorious Revolution and why it took place in England.
  Describe and explain the rise of Absolutism in France under Henry IV and Louis XIII.
  Describe and explain the rule of Louis XIV and how he became the model of absolutism in Europe.
  Describe and explain the foreign policy of Louis XIV and what effect it had on the monarchy and France.
 Essay Questions ( give specific examples to support your statements )
1. Describe and explain the causes and effects of the English Civil War and Glorious Revolution.
2. Describe and explain the rise of Absolutism in France under Henry IV, Louis XIII, and Louis XIV.
3. Describe and explain the rule of Louis XIV and his use of power. What success did Louis XIV have and what failures did he have in rule?