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 Charles V- ruled  Spain (Hapsburg  empire) and the  colonies Left empire to Son  Phillip II    › Absolute monarch    › ...
 English sea captains attacking Spanish  ships and cities Phillip II assembled Spanish armada    › Huge fleet of ships  ...
   Religious wars    › Catholics vs. Protestants      (Huguenots)    › St. Bartholomew’s day      Massacre   Henry IV   ...
   Louis XIII appoints    Cardinal Richelieu    as advisor    › Strengthened      central govt    › Brains of the      op...
   Royal family-    The Tudors    › Divine right    › Worked with      Parliament   Read Ch. 16,    sec. 3 on p.    330 ...
The age of absolutism
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  1. 1.  Charles V- ruled Spain (Hapsburg empire) and the colonies Left empire to Son Phillip II › Absolute monarch › Divine right
  2. 2.  English sea captains attacking Spanish ships and cities Phillip II assembled Spanish armada › Huge fleet of ships › Over 130 ships › Defeated by the English  Spanish empire begins decline after 1588
  3. 3.  Religious wars › Catholics vs. Protestants (Huguenots) › St. Bartholomew’s day Massacre Henry IV › Converts to Catholicism but grants religious toleration (Edict of Nantes) › Killed by assassin- 9 year old son, Louis XIII, takes throne
  4. 4.  Louis XIII appoints Cardinal Richelieu as advisor › Strengthened central govt › Brains of the operation › Appoints Louis XIV as next king (5 years old!) Louis XIV › Absolute monarch › “I am the state”
  5. 5.  Royal family- The Tudors › Divine right › Worked with Parliament Read Ch. 16, sec. 3 on p. 330 and answer the checkpoint questions
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