chapter 21 fill ins review

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Question 1

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In Spain [blank_start]Charles V[blank_end] retires, giving his son [blank_start]Philip II[blank_end] the lands of [blank_start]Spain[blank_end], their Colonial Empire, Belgium, Parts of [blank_start]Italy[blank_end], lands in [blank_start]Austria[blank_end], and Netherlands.
Answer
  • Charles V
  • Phillip II
  • Louis XIV
  • James I
  • Philip II
  • Charles I
  • Charles II
  • James II
  • Spain
  • France
  • Russia
  • Africa
  • India
  • Italy
  • Austria
  • Germany
  • Poland

Question 2

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However, then [blank_start]Phillip II[blank_end] takes over the country and empire of his neighbor [blank_start]Portugal[blank_end].
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  • Phillip II
  • Portugal

Question 3

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[blank_start]Phillip II[blank_end]'s empire brought him incredible wealth including [blank_start]339,000[blank_end] pounds of gold and [blank_start]16,000[blank_end] tons of silver, in which he was able to keep [blank_start]1/4[blank_end]th to [blank_start]1/5[blank_end]th of each ship load.
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  • Phillip II
  • 339,000
  • 16,000
  • 1/4
  • 1/5

Question 4

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While he was rich and successful, [blank_start]Phillip II[blank_end] also felt like he should be the defender of [blank_start]Catholicism[blank_end] and fought for [blank_start]Pope[blank_end] and against the [blank_start]Ottoman[blank_end] Empire and the country of [blank_start]England[blank_end]
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  • Phillip II
  • Catholicism
  • Pope
  • Ottoman
  • England

Question 5

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This success also lead to a [blank_start]Golden Age[blank_end] of Spain. In this era, artists such as [blank_start]El Greco[blank_end] and [blank_start]Diego Velasquez[blank_end] flourished in Spanish painting. In literature, [blank_start]Miguel de Cervantes[blank_end] wrote his masterpiece "[blank_start]Don Quixote[blank_end]"
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  • Golden Age
  • El Greco
  • Diego Velasquez
  • Miguel de Cervantes
  • Don Quixote

Question 6

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However, the Spanish Empire began to weaken, especially in fighting a war against the [blank_start]Netherlands[blank_end] who won their independence. The new country formed was called the [blank_start]United Provinces of the Netherlands[blank_end] and their government was a [blank_start]republic[blank_end].
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  • Netherlands
  • United Provinces of the Netherlands
  • republic

Question 7

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Artists also flourished in the [blank_start]Netherlands[blank_end] with artists such as [blank_start]Rembrandt van Rijn[blank_end] and [blank_start]Jan Vermeer[blank_end].
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  • Netherlands
  • Rembrandt van Rijn
  • Jan Vermeer

Question 8

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They were economically successful because of their [blank_start]trading empire[blank_end]
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  • trading empire

Question 9

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However, this was the Age of [blank_start]Absolutism[blank_end], which kings and queens were justified by ruling with a belief called a [blank_start]Divine Right[blank_end].
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  • Absolutism
  • Divine Right

Question 10

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The icon of this era was [blank_start]Louis XIV[blank_end] of France
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  • Louis XIV

Question 11

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In France [blank_start]Henry IV[blank_end] gains the throne by converting from [blank_start]Huguenot[blank_end] to [blank_start]Catholic[blank_end]. He had an untimely death by [blank_start]stabbing[blank_end]. His son, [blank_start]Louis XIII[blank_end] takes over the country but was not ready to rule, so he appointed [blank_start]Cardinal Richelieu[blank_end] to be his chief minister.
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  • Henry IV
  • Huguenot
  • Catholic
  • stabbing
  • Louis XIII
  • Cardinal Richelieu

Question 12

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[blank_start]Cardinal Richelieu[blank_end] increased power to the French crown in two ways by having [blank_start]Huguenots[blank_end] and [blank_start]nobles[blank_end] take down their [blank_start]fortifications[blank_end].
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  • Cardinal Richelieu
  • Huguenots
  • nobles
  • fortifications

Question 13

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Since this was an era of changes, a new intellectual movement was started in France called [blank_start]Skepticism[blank_end]. This was the idea that nothing was known for certain. The two main philosophers of this movement was [blank_start]Michael de Montaigne[blank_end] and [blank_start]Rene Descartes[blank_end].
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  • Skepticism
  • Michel de Montaigne
  • Rene Descartes

Question 14

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[blank_start]Louis XIV[blank_end] came to power at age [blank_start]5[blank_end]. Since he was too young, another Cardinal, [blank_start]Mazarin[blank_end], was brought in to be a regent until this Cardinal's death. [blank_start]Louis XIV[blank_end] officially assumed the throne at age [blank_start]22[blank_end].
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  • 5
  • Mazarin
  • Louis XIV
  • Louis XIV
  • 22

Question 15

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[blank_start]Louis XIV[blank_end] did not choose his [blank_start]nobles[blank_end] to have power, but increased the power of his [blank_start]intendants[blank_end]. The key reason for this was that now [blank_start]taxes[blank_end] would come directly to [blank_start]Louis XIV[blank_end]. Louis XIV;s most important appointment was [blank_start]Jean Baptiste Colbert[blank_end] who believed that France should become more [blank_start]self-sufficient[blank_end].
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  • Louis XIV
  • nobles
  • intendants
  • taxes
  • Louis XIV
  • Jean Baptiste Colbert
  • self-sufficient

Question 16

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[blank_start]Louis XIV[blank_end]'s nickname became the [blank_start]Sun King[blank_end]. He furthered this image and nickname by massively expanding his palace at [blank_start]Versailles[blank_end]. This palace cost the French [blank_start]25[blank_end]% to build and maintain this palace complex. Some of the facts about this palace include that it has [blank_start]2,153[blank_end] windows and [blank_start]2,014[blank_end] acres of palace grounds. With this palace and other art being created in this era, no one had spend as much on art since [blank_start]Augustus Caesar[blank_end]. However, the difference with all this art was that this art was all about [blank_start]Louis XIV[blank_end].
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  • Louis XIV
  • Sun King
  • Versailles
  • 25
  • 2,153
  • 2,014
  • Augustus Caesar
  • Louis XIV

Question 17

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However much like [blank_start]Phillip II[blank_end] of Spain, [blank_start]Louis XIV[blank_end] of France fought many wars. His biggest was the war of [blank_start]Spanish Succession[blank_end] where he tried to place his grandson on the throne of [blank_start]Spain[blank_end]. The biggest winner of these wars was the country of [blank_start]Great Britain[blank_end].
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  • Phillip II
  • Louis XIV
  • Spanish Succession
  • Spain
  • Great Britain

Question 18

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In Central Europe, [blank_start]Prussia[blank_end] and [blank_start]Austria[blank_end] began to emerge as the two powers in Central Europe in the Age of Absolutism. However, Central Europe began this era with the [blank_start]30 Years War[blank_end], which started in [blank_start]Bohemia[blank_end] by [blank_start]Ferdinand II[blank_end] who would eventually be their king.
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  • Prussia
  • Austria
  • 30 Years War
  • Bohemia
  • Ferdinand II

Question 19

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For the first [blank_start]12[blank_end] years of the war, the [blank_start]Hapsburg[blank_end] armies crushed their enemies and plundered [blank_start]German[blank_end] villages. [blank_start]Germany[blank_end]'s population went from [blank_start]20[blank_end] million to [blank_start]16[blank_end] million people. This war ended when [blank_start]Gustavus Adolphus[blank_end] of [blank_start]Sweden[blank_end] joined together with [blank_start]Cardinal Richelieu[blank_end] and [blank_start]Mazarin[blank_end] of [blank_start]France[blank_end]. This mattered because now instead of fighting for religion, countries now fought for their [blank_start]nation[blank_end].
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  • 12
  • Hapsburg
  • German
  • Germany
  • 20
  • 16
  • Gustavus Adolphus
  • Sweden
  • Cardinal Richelieu
  • Mazarin
  • France
  • nation

Question 20

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After this war, 3 places formed as countries / empires which were [blank_start]Poland[blank_end], [blank_start]Holy Roman Empire[blank_end], and [blank_start]Ottoman Empire[blank_end]. However, all of these countries had major weaknesses. One of the issues with Central/Eastern Europe was that while Western Europe was freeing their [blank_start]serfs[blank_end], Eastern Europe was restricting them with more laws.
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  • Poland
  • Holy Roman Empire
  • Ottoman Empire
  • serfs

Question 21

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Again the two powerful countries that emerged were [blank_start]Austria[blank_end] and [blank_start]Prussia[blank_end] who were ruled by the [blank_start]Hapsburg[blank_end] and [blank_start]Hohenzollerns[blank_end] families.
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  • Austria
  • Prussia
  • Hapsburg
  • Hohenzollerns

Question 22

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The [blank_start]Hapsburg[blank_end] family ruled the [blank_start]Austria[blank_end] empire. The problem with the [blank_start]Austrian Empire[blank_end] was the it was very multicultural and would never be united. The greatest ruler of this empire, at this time was [blank_start]Maria Theresa[blank_end] who married many of her children into the rest of the royal families of Europe.
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  • Hapsburg
  • Austria
  • Austrian Empire
  • Maria Theresa

Question 23

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On the other hand, [blank_start]Prussia[blank_end] was a state in the modern day countries of [blank_start]Germany[blank_end] and [blank_start]Poland[blank_end]. They were ruled by the [blank_start]Hohenzollern[blank_end] family. The greatest ruler of this family was [blank_start]Frederick the Great[blank_end].
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  • Prussia
  • Germany
  • Poland
  • Hohenzollern
  • Frederick the Great

Question 24

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[blank_start]Prussia[blank_end] and [blank_start]Austria[blank_end] fought in wars for more power. Countries that also fought in these wars were [blank_start]France[blank_end] and [blank_start]Great Britain[blank_end]. Again, the country that would make out the best in all of these wars was [blank_start]Great Britain[blank_end]. While not much power or land changed hands in [blank_start]Europe[blank_end], but land did change hands in [blank_start]North America[blank_end] and [blank_start]India[blank_end].
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  • Prussia
  • Austria
  • France
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
  • Europe
  • North America
  • India

Question 25

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In Russia, [blank_start]Ivan IV[blank_end] came to the throne at age [blank_start]16[blank_end]. He became a "[blank_start]czar[blank_end]" or russian king because he married the last Byzantine princess [blank_start]Anastasia Romanov[blank_end]. However, he is more popularly known as [blank_start]Ivan the Terrible[blank_end]. His wife had an untimely death and he blamed the [blank_start]Boyars[blank_end], or Russian land owning nobles for her death. He then hunted down these [blank_start]boyars[blank_end]. their [blank_start]families[blank_end], their [blank_start]serfs[blank_end], and their [blank_start]serfs' families[blank_end]. He also killed his [blank_start]son[blank_end].
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  • Ivan IV
  • 16
  • czar
  • Anastasia Romanov
  • Ivan the Terrible
  • Boyars
  • boyars
  • families
  • serfs
  • serfs' families
  • son

Question 26

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After this reign [blank_start]Michael Romanov[blank_end] was chosen to rule. This began the [blank_start]Romanov[blank_end] dynasty which lasted from [blank_start]1613[blank_end] to [blank_start]1912[blank_end]. Their first great [blank_start]czar[blank_end] would be [blank_start]Peter the Great[blank_end].
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  • Michael Romanov
  • Romanov
  • 1613
  • 1912
  • czar
  • Peter the Great

Question 27

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The problems with Russia when [blank_start]Peter the Great[blank_end] came to power were many, especially with the [blank_start]boyars[blank_end] and [blank_start]serfs[blank_end]. When he first became czar, [blank_start]Peter the Great[blank_end] went on the [blank_start]Grand Embassy[blank_end], where he travelled every major [blank_start]European country[blank_end]. When he came back to Russia, [blank_start]Peter the Great[blank_end] realized he needed to modernize, or [blank_start]westernize[blank_end].
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  • Peter the Great
  • boyars
  • serfs
  • Peter the Great
  • Grand Embassy
  • European country
  • Peter the Great
  • westernize

Question 28

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His three main ways of achieving this were by dealing with the [blank_start]Orthodox Church[blank_end], [blank_start]Limiting the Boyars[blank_end], and [blank_start]Russia's military[blank_end]. However, his greatest achievement of his reign was building his new warm water port and capital city [blank_start]St. Petersburg[blank_end] where he also built his palace know as [blank_start]The Hermitage[blank_end].
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  • Orthodox Church
  • Limiting the Boyars
  • Russia's military
  • St. Petersburg
  • The Hermitage
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