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Spain in the 16th and 17th centuriesSpain in the 16th and 17th centuries
South American continent, Central America, Florida, Cuba and, in Asia, the Philippine Islands. The empire was the means by which Christianity first spread across the Atlantic
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The Age of Absolutism jry ~ ~ audio a child Becomes King In 1643, the five-year-old heir to the French crownThe Age of Absolutism jry ~ ~ audio a child Becomes King In 1643, the five-year-old heir to the French crown
Despite this quiet beginning, Louis XIV proved to be a strong, able ruler who came to symbolize the period of absolute monarchy we now call the "Age of Absolutism." Listen to the Witness History audio to hear more about this powerful king
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Chapter 21: Absolute Rulers in Europe, 1500-1800 chapter objectiveChapter 21: Absolute Rulers in Europe, 1500-1800 chapter objective
Chapter objective: Study the development of absolute and constitutional monarchies in Europe from 1500 until 1800
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Section One: Renewed Religious StruggleSection One: Renewed Religious Struggle
First half of the sixteenth century saw religious conflict confined to central Europe as Lutherans and Zwinglians attempted to secure freedoms and rights for themselves
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Chapter 16: The Age of Absolutism Section 1: Spanish Power GrowsChapter 16: The Age of Absolutism Section 1: Spanish Power Grows
France was a strong, unified nation state- ruled by the most powerful monarch in Europe
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Lecture Notes From Summer InstitutesLecture Notes From Summer Institutes
None of the activities of the period we are calling the Renaissance has had a more profound effect on the world during the last 500 years than the global expansion of European ideas, institutions, religions, languages
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