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CONSTITUTIONALISM
Max Inman
AP Modern European History
Rulers Wars
Countries Vocab Government Religion Hodge Podge
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Final Jeopardy
__________ took power over
England in 1603 and was
considered a very
unsuccessful ruler.
100
James I
BONUS
__________ achieved Ottoman
recognition of his sovereignty
over Hungary in 1699 and
extended his territorial holdings
over much of the Balkan
Peninsula and western Romania.
Leopold I
Rulers
The ruler of England
from 1625-1649 that
attempted to rule
without Parliament and
ended up sparking a
civil war was ______.
200
Charles I
Rulers
________ succeeded
Charles I after
deafeating him with the
parliamentary army.
300
Oliver Cromwell
Rulers
________ was the
French monarch after
Mazarin that impressed
the nobles with wealth
and splendor.
400
Louis XIV
Rulers
__________of Prussia
established himself and his
successors as the central
uniting power by breaking the
local noble estates, organizing
a royal bureaucracy, and
forging a strong army.
500
Frederick William I the
“Great Elector”
Rulers
In the English Civil war,
the two opposing sides
were the _________
and the __________.
100
Cavaliers, Roundheads
Wars
The 9 Year War, was
fought between ________
and England in North
America, and ________
battling the League of
Augsburg in Europe.
200
France, France
Wars
The War of Spanish
Succession was won by
________ and ended with
a treaty between France
and England in _______.
300
Neither side, Utrecht
BONUS
In December 1740,
Frederick II of Prussia
invaded the Hapsburg
province of _______
Silesia
Wars
In the Great Northern
War, Charles XII
defeated the Russians at
the Battle of
_________
400
Narva
Wars
William III of Orange
rallied the Dutch and
eventually led the entire
European coalition
against _______.
500
France
Wars
Russian nobles were
known as ______.
100
Boyars
Countries
German noble
landlords were known
as __________.
200
Junkers
Countries
_________ economic
prosperity was amazing
th
in the eyes of 17
century contemporaries.
300
Dutch
Countries
During the rule of
Oliver Cromwell,
England was under a
_____________.
400
Puritan Republic
Countries
__________, during the
th
17 century, had an
absence of a strong central
authority due to divisions
among the nobility.
500
Poland
BONUS
In 1613, __________
became the first tsar of
the dynasty that ruled
Russia until 1917.
Michael Romanov
Countries
The Ottoman Empire
governed their empire
through _________, or
officially recognized
religious communities.
100
Millets
Vocab
In October 1685, Louis
XIV revoked the
___________, sparking
extensive religious
repression.
200
Edict of Nantes
Vocab
The nobility in France
limited the power of the
monarchy with ________,
or courts dominated by
the nobility.
300
parlements
Vocab
A Roman Catholic
religious movement
known as ________ arose
in the 1630s in opposition
to the Jesuits.
400
Jansenism
Vocab
The _________ ended
with William III and Mary
II taking power power
over England.
500
“Glorious Revolution”
BONUS
The _________ was the
largest and most stable
political entity to arise in
or near Europe following
the collapse of the Roman
Empire.
Ottoman Empire
Vocab
Bishop Bossuet advocated
the “___________” in
which a ruler can only be
judged by God.
100
Divine right of kings
Government
After the Long Parliament
met, the decided that no
more than ____ years
should elapse between its
meetings.
200
3
Government
James I refused to use
parliament for funds, and
therefore levied new
custom duties known as
__________.
300
impositions
Government
The country of Russia
th
during the late 17 century
faced bureaucratic
domination from the
________.
400
Boyars
Government
th
17
In the late
century,
Poland had a central
legislative body made up
of nobles called the
_____.
500
Sejm or diet
BONUS
To sustain personal
authority and fight
corruption, Peter I used
__________, or bureaus
of several persons
operating according to
written instructions.
Colleges
Government
_________ founded the
Plymouth colony in North
America to break away
from James I’s religious
policies.
100
Puritans
Religion
Peter the Great of Russia
worked to achieve secular
control of the
independent
______________.
200
Russian Orthodox
Church
Religion
The
_____________________
was the official church of
the Netherlands.
300
Calvinist Reformed
Church
BONUS
Dutch religious life was
marked by _______.
Religious Toleration
Religion
In the Treaty of Dover,
Charles II was to
announce his conversion
to Catholicism, in which
Louis XIV promised to
compensate him by
______________.
400
Paying him a substantial
subsidy
Religion
Like Richelieu, Louis XIV
believed that policial unity
and stability required
__________, in which he
persecuted both
_________ and
Protestants
500
Religious conformity,
Roman Catholics
Religion
Peter the Great, wanting to
make Russia a military
power, reorganized
Russia’s _______ and
_______ structures.
100
Political, economical
Hodgepodge
In 1683, the Ottomans laid
siege to _______,
narrowly being defeated by
the arrival of _______
forces.
200
Vienna, Polish
Hodgepodge
__________ believed that an
increase in the paper-money
supply would stimulate France’s
economic recovery.
300
John Law
Hodgepodge
The first British prime
minister was __________.
400
Sir Robert Walpole
Hodgepodge
__________ wrote
Paradise Lost, and
defended freedom of the
press in the history of
Western culture.
500
John Milton
BONUS
________ were a nonIslamic person in the
Ottoman empire, and were
followers of religions
tolerated by law, with
many religious freedoms.
Dhimmis
Hodgepodge
Christian boys in the
Ottoman Empire that
were raised as Muslims
and organized into elite
military units called
_________.
Janissaries
Final Jeopardy