Enlightenment and Revolution

  • Period: Jun 28, 1481 to Jan 28, 1547

    Henry VIII

    He was known to have many wives and tried to get a divorce. He was also knownas a lord and a monarch who was also called a king. Another role that he did was ruin the Roman Catholic Church and soon was seperated.
  • Period: Sep 7, 1533 to

    Elizabeth I

    She was a queen and a monarch but was also known as the "Virgin Queen'' she was the daughter of Henry VIII and the sister of Mary I, Edward VI,.
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    Thomas Hobbes

    Saw the people as selfish, and he prefered absouliontism natrual rights. He didnt come to an agreement with people and the parliament he had a very bad relationship.
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    Charles II

    He was born in St. james Place, he was also an absolute monarch in 3 different kingdoms. He was married to Cathrine and the brother of James II.
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    John Locke

    He saw the people as in being haplpy and they came to a social contract agreement. He had a very good relationship with the parliament.
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    James II

    Brother is Charles II died in the glorious revolutions and was also known as an absoulute monarch and then soon became king. He was the last Roman Catholic monarch alive. He struggled with the parliament he was known very well with the struggle he was deposed in the glorious revolution loss of legal supremacy for the Church of England, saw their opposition as a way to preserve.
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    Wrote the "Spirit of the laws" He believed in slavary and that women were weaker than men.
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    He wrote more than 20,000 letters and 2,000 books. He was known to be an Philosopher and a writter of books during this time he was also known for his attacks on the catholic church.
  • William and Mary orange

    They signed the english bill of rights and began the new corporation with the parliament and leading to greater measure of demorcracy.May died of small px and she had no kids william ruled alone until 1702 when he slightly pass away.
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    he was known to be a writer and compose of the 18th century. He wrote music and many other things.
  • Sugar Act

    This created import taxes navigation act from 1600 restricted trades with other countries
  • Stamp Act

    Im posed taxes on newspaper and pamphlets.
  • Boston Massacre

    The Boston Massacre was a street fight between a "patriot" mob, throwing snowballs, stones, and sticks, and a squad of British soldiers 50 citizens attacked a British sentinel.
  • Boston Tea Party

    The boston Tea Party was a group of Massachusetts Patriots, protesting the monopoly on American tea importation recently granted by the parliament.
  • Revolutionary War

    This was a war over the 13 colonies of North America and the colonial government.
  • Declaratory Act

    This proclaimed britains complete authority over colonists.
  • Consitution

    This was also known as " Articals of confederation" The Artical of conferderation was very weak. The major elements are:
    Federal Republic, Government was a social contract with system of check\balances, The presidant and the legislative was elected, spereation of powers among legislative, executive, and judgical branches and bill of rights.
  • Declaration of right of the man and citizen

    The Declaration of rights was for women to know the freedom of men. They were to believed as in Amereican Declaration of Independance where they have free and equal rights, natrual rights, equality before the law, freedom of religion, and taxes leveled fairly.
  • Bill Of Rights

    The bill of rights is where we have 27 admenments and people follow them they are somewhat like our freedom of know the laws and everything.