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WORTH:
Religious Wars
French
Religious War
100
200
Spanish
100
Religious War
300
400
500
300
400
500
English
Religious War
100
200
300
400
500
Thirty Years
War
100
200
300
400
500
100
200
300
400
500
Vocabulary
and Art
WORTH:
Who were the Protestant Bourbons
and the Catholic Guises?
MAIN
These are the two primary
families that fought for
control of France during the
religious wars of the 16th
century.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: French Religious Wars
MAIN
Who were Henry II, Francis II,
and Charles IX?
These were the three sons of
Catherine de Medicis who all
were staunchly antiProtestant and all died at a
young age.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: French Religious Wars
Who were the Bourbons ( Henry
IV of Navarre) and Valois
MAIN
(Margaret of Valois)?
These were the two families
that were united by the
marriage that occurred on
Aug, 24th 1572.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: French Religious Wars
Who was Henry IV?
MAIN
He became the King of France and
tried to find a compromise between
Catholics and French Huguenots and
uttered his famous quote when
asked to convert to Catholicism,
“Paris is worth a Mass”.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: French Religious Wars
What was the St. Bartholomew’s
MAIN
Day Massacre.?
This was the event on August
24th, 1572 that marked the
worst violence against
Protestants or Huguenots in
France on the orders of
Charles IX.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: French Religious Wars
MAIN
What was the Battle of
Lepanto?
This is the battle in the
Mediterranean Sea in 1571 off
the Gulf of Corinth where
Admiral Andrea Doria of
Genoa and Don Juan of Spain
defeated the Turkish Fleet.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: Spanish Religious Wars
MAIN
Who were Margaret of Parma and
Antoine Perrenot ( the Cardinal
Granvelle)?
When Philip II left the
Netherlands never to return
these two people were left in
charge in 1559.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: Spanish Religious Wars
Who were William of Orange (
the Silent) and Count of Egmont?
These were the two Dutch
leaders of resistance against
the Spanish who engineered
the removal of Granvelle from
the Netherlands. ( Both were
later killed).
MAIN
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: Spanish Religious Wars
Who was Fernando Alvarez de
Toledo-The Duke of Alba?
MAIN
This was the Spanish General who
set up his tribunal to suppress
the Dutch Revolt in the
Netherlands, and stiffened Dutch
resistance due to the cruelty of
the Blood Council.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: Spanish Religious Wars
MAIN
What was the Spanish Armada?
This is what Philip II sent to
conquer England in 1588 due to
the English help with the Dutch
Revolt in the Netherlands and
the execution of Mary Queen of
Scots.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: Spanish Religious Wars
MAIN
Who was Thomas Cranmer?
He was the Archbishop of
Canterbury for Henry VIII and
Edward VI and was burned
for heresy by Mary I.
WORTH:
England’s Religious War
500
400
200 300
MAIN
Who was Philip II (Spanish
Hapsburg)?
He was the husband of Mary
Tudor who urged her to fight
against the French, thus
losing Calais, and to keep
England staunchly Catholic.
WORTH:
England’s Religious War
500
400
200 300
Who was Lady Jane Grey?
MAIN
She was the Queen for nine
days and was a greatgranddaughter of Henry VII
and was named a successor
to the crown by Edward VI.
(She was beheaded in 1554)
WORTH:
England’s Religious War
500
400
200 300
MAIN
Who was John Knox?
He was the religious leader
who fled to Geneva during
the reign of Mary Tudor and
returned to Scotland during
the reign of Mary Queen of
Scots?
WORTH:
England’s Religious War
500
400
200 300
MAIN
Who were the Sea Beggars or Sea
Dogs? ( Francis Drake, Sir Walter
Raleigh, John Hawkins, and
Martin Frobisher )
This was the nickname given to
Elizabeth’s naval Captains who
used the gold and goods of
captured ships to add to
England’s coffers.
WORTH:
England’s Religious War
500
400
200 300
What was the Defenestration of
MAIN
Prague? ( Ferdinand of Styria
sends delegates to Bohemia and
they are tossed out the widow.)
This was the event that
triggered the beginning of the
Thirty Years War.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: The Thirty Year’s War
MAIN
Who was Christian IV King of
Denmark and Norway?
He was the leader of a large
Protestant army that invaded
Saxony with initial success,
but was defeated by Imperial
forces and forced to flee to
the Jutland Peninsula.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: The Thirty Year’s War
MAIN
Who was Albrecht von
Wallenstein (A Czech
Protestant) ?
He was the mercenary general of
Imperial forces who ruthlessly
rampaged throughout Germany
and won numerous victories until
he was assassinated at the
request of the Emperor.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: The Thirty Year’s War
Who was Gustavus Adolphus?
MAIN
He was the brilliant Swedish
general who won victories for
the Protestant forces only to
be killed at the Battle of
Lutzen.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: The Thirty Year’s War
MAIN
What were the Treaty of
Westphalia in 1648 and Treaty
of the Pyrenees 1659? (The
German people lost the most)
These were the two Treaties that
eventually settle the Thirty
Years’ War giving France the
advantage and Spain and Austria
the disadvantage.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT: The Thirty Year’s War
What are politiques?
MAIN
Rulers who tended to subordinate
theological doctrine to political
unity became known as these
type of leaders.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Art
What
was
the
Edict
of
Nantes?
MAIN
This was the agreement issued
by Henry IV of France in
1598, which allowed limited
religious freedom to
Huguenots.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Art
MAIN
What was baroque art?
This is the style of art often
celebrated in the Catholic
Counter Reformation which is
grandiose, larger than life,
and a celebration of life and
energy.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Art
MAIN
What were the Thirty-Nine
Articles on Religion?
A revision of the Book of
Common Prayer in England
led to the issuance in 1563 of
these that made a moderate
Protestantism the official
religion of England.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Art
MAIN
What was the Union of Arras
and the Union of Utrecht?
These were the two unions that
were formed in the provinces of
the Netherlands, one in the
south that sided with Spain and
the other in the north which
disavowed Philip II as their ruler.
WORTH:
200 300 400 500
SUBJECT:Vocabulary and Art
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