16th-18th Century World Cultures
Week Five (Chapter 19)

Revolution

Spain
motivation
Habsburg Charles V
vs. Francis I (France) - Treaty of Cateau-Cambresis
Ferdinand I (Empire/Aust.) and Phillip II
Phillip II (Spain, Netherlands, Milan, Naples, America)

Aragon                      Castile                      Navarre
Cortes                                          corregidors
finances/taxes

Madrid/Escorial

Counter-Reformation
Conversos Moriscos
Teresa of Avila / John of the Cross
Titian
Domenico Theotokopoulos (El Greco)
Miguel de Cervantes - Don Quixote

Mediterranean

revolt of the Netherlands
Margaret of Parma
duke of Alva
Calvinist Fury
William the Silent
Spanish Fury
Pacification of Ghent/Union of Brussels

conflict with England
Mary Stuart (Scotland)
Sir Francis Drake
armada

French civil war
duke of Guise (Catholic)
Huguenots
Charles IX/Catherine de’ Medici
St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre
Henry III
Henry of Navarre/Henry IV
Edict of Nantes

Age of Queens

Thirty Years’ War
Evangelical Union Catholic League
Ferdinand of Styria Albrecht von Wallenstein
Frederick V of the Palatinate
Gustavus Adolphus (Sweden)
Peace of Westphalia

Bourbon (Henry IV)
Louis XIII/Marie de’ Medici - Cardinal Richelieu
Louis XIV - Cardinal Giulio Mazarin

revolts in Spain
Philip III/Philip IV
Treaty of the Pyrenees
Charles II

Dutch Republic
House of Orange
Jan van Oldenbarneveldt/Maurice of Nassau
Hugo Grotius
William II

England
James I/James VI of Scotland
Star Chamber/Court of High Commission
Charles I

War of Three Kingdoms
Charles/Cavaliers/Catholics/Armenians
Parliament/Roundheads/Puritans/Baptists
Oliver Cromwell
Rump Barebones
Charles II
Margaret Fell

Central/Eastern Europe
Poland
Bogdan Khmelnitsky

Russia
Ivan IV (Terrible)
Mikhail Romanov
Stenka Razin

In Asia

In the Americas