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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Comparison of the English Revolution and French Revolution Your assignment: Part OneComparison of the English Revolution and French Revolution Your assignment: Part One
Part One: To complete a comparison chart outlining the similarities and differences between the English and the French Revolution in 6 categories (one is done for you as an example) of your choice
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Instructional objectivesInstructional objectives
Understand the economic and ideological causes of the American, the French, and the Haitian Revolutions
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The Schism of the Roman-Catholic ChurchThe Schism of the Roman-Catholic Church
Orthodox missionaries were active, forcing them out and converting the newly Christened Orthodox faithful to the Latin faith. At the same time, they were also attempting to spread their teachings among the established Orthodox faithful
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Gothic art introductionGothic art introduction
Fore him, “Gothic art and architecture were “monstrous and barbarous” because they were invented by the Goths
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British Isles. It seems that the Celts, who had been arriving from Europe from the eighth century bc onwards, intermingled with the peoples who were already there
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Outline Chapter 22: Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750–1850Outline Chapter 22: Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World, 1750–1850
Spanish and Portuguese possessions in the Americas and in Asia. In the 1600s and 1700s, the British then checked Dutch commercial and colonial ambitions and went on to defeat France in the Seven Years War (1756–1763)
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The Roman Period (43 410)The Roman Period (43 410)
British Isles. It seems that the Celts, who had been arriving from Europe from the eighth century bc onwards, intermingled with the peoples who were already there
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1. In the late 1200\1. In the late 1200's Marco Polo visited the court of Khubilai Khan
In the high middle ages the state which seemed to have the most potential to recreate centralized
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The French Revolution Mid 1780s France on the verge of bankruptcy. 1789The French Revolution Mid 1780s France on the verge of bankruptcy. 1789
August 14, 1789 National Assembly met and passes the decree of abolishing the ancien regime. In other words all privileges the wealthy people had no longer existed. King Louis XVI disagreed
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The 100 Years War, 1336-1453 ce introductionThe 100 Years War, 1336-1453 ce introduction
English court at the start of the war, by the end it was English. Also, Geoffrey Chaucer had written Canterbury Tales, one of the first great works of English literature, and John Wycliffe had translated the Bible into English
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I. Prelude to Revolution: The Eighteenth-Century CrisisI. Prelude to Revolution: The Eighteenth-Century Crisis
Spanish and Portuguese possessions in the Americas and in Asia. In the 1600s and 1700s, the British then checked Dutch commercial and colonial ambitions and went on to defeat France in the Seven Years War (1756–1763)
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