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Louis XIV i introductionLouis XIV i introduction
This epoch is widely known as the age of Louis XIV because other European monarchs imitated and competed with developments in France. Louis inherited a kingdom that was internally divided, militarily exhausted, and nearly bankrupt
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Andromeda, the daughter of the king of Ethiopia, Cepheus, and Cassiopea, who claimed that her daughter was more beautiful than all the Nereids. In jealousy Nereids asked PoseidonAndromeda, the daughter of the king of Ethiopia, Cepheus, and Cassiopea, who claimed that her daughter was more beautiful than all the Nereids. In jealousy Nereids asked Poseidon
After the collection was founded in 1830, it was systematically built up and perfected. The exhibition includes masterpieces by artists from every age of art history such as van Eyck, Bruegel, Dürer, Raphael, Tizian, Caravaggio, Rubens
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Ounces of PreventionOunces of Prevention
When Pieter Paul Rubens entered the Brussels’ home of fellow diplomat Alessandro Scaglia he was surprised to find his friend and patron, Nicolaas Rockox of Antwerp, deep in conversation with the abate
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Rise of AbsolutismRise of Absolutism
Began because European monarchs began claiming the authority to rule without limits on their power
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The Painter\The Painter's Trade in the Seventeenth Century: Theory and Practice Jo Kirby
Rubens, who is known to have maintained a large studio, and whose level of production is all the more astonishing when it is remembered that between 1626 and 1630 he also had a busy and successful diplomatic career
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And 17th CenturiesAnd 17th Centuries
Ace camp Notes The Western Cannon! European Military History, Day 1 Notes: 16th and 17th Centuries Taught by David Madden – Founder and Director, National History Bee and Bowl
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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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McKay Supplement Notes Chapter 15- the Age of Religious Wars and European ExpansionMcKay Supplement Notes Chapter 15- the Age of Religious Wars and European Expansion
The SpanishFrench wars ended in 1559 with a Spanish victory, leading to a variety of European wars centering on religious and national issues
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Evolution of Absolutism in France Henry of Navarre becomes King Henry IVEvolution of Absolutism in France Henry of Navarre becomes King Henry IV
Edict of Nantes. Gave Huguenots the right to live in peace and have their own churches in some cities
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French Absolutism, Enlightenment, & Revolution! Outcome: Absolutism & Absolute Monarchs Absolutism in EuropeFrench Absolutism, Enlightenment, & Revolution! Outcome: Absolutism & Absolute Monarchs Absolutism in Europe
Absolute Monarch: kings or queens who held all the power within their states’ boundaries
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French AbsolutismFrench Absolutism
Protestant and converted to Christianity. He issued the Edict of Nantes in 1598. This document gave the Protestants the right to practice their religion freely, also known as religious tolerance and let them fortify their towns and cities
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