Also | | | |it was due to the taxation. | | | | | | | | | | | | | |Institutional Differences |How did the English King rule? How did the French King rule? | | | |The French rule by been more restricted and| | |The way that the English way of ruling |having more power and taking advantage of | | |differed from the French, was that although|decision making.
He Govern , in a political| | |the English did have Rulers who were the |way with the taxation, and the new | | |ones in charge they still had to follow the|emergencies lives against the rotting | | |laws from the government, and it was not |foundations of the old structure. | | |just up to them to set laws or make | | | |decisions. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |Leaders: |James I |Cardinal Richelieu: | |What were these leaders’ contributions in | | | |support of or opposition to English |Once Queen Elizabeth I had died, the throne|The Cardinal Richelieu, started the French | |Constitutionalism and French Absolutism? had to be passed to someone else. Being |government. He also depended upon strength | | |that Queen Elizabeth was never married, |with the royal power; the Huguenots shared | | |therefore had no children, the throne had |the state, the nobles conducted themselves | | |to be passed to one of his closest male |as if they were not subject, the most | | |relatives which was why the throne was |powerful government. | | |passed to James I who was a Scott. | | | | | | | | | | | |Cardinal Mazarin: | | | |Cardinal Mazarin, was the one that advise | | |Charles I |Anne of Austria mother of Louis in the | | | |circumstances of war, agricultural crisis, | | |When James I was no longer under the throne|also he worked for the POPE army. | | |then Charles I who was James son was in | | | |charge.
Jennifer Spinner 5/19/99 Medieval England Period 3 "William the Conqueror" William I, also known as "William the Conqueror," or "William the Bastard," was born the illegitimate of Robert, Duke of Normandy, and Her leva, daughter of a wealthy Fal asian in about 1027 A. D. When he was just seven years of age he became the Duke of Normandy, which put him in a vulnerable position as far as his ...
He continued doing many of the same| | | |things that his father was doing, and being| | | |that his wife was very religious and | | | |favored many religious views; a war with | | | |Scotland flourished. |Louis XIV: | | | | | | | |Louis was only eight years old when he came| | | |to the throne , and he grew slowly into his| | | |role under tutelage of Cardinal Richelieu. | | | | | |Oliver Cromwell—Puritan Republic | | | |Oliver Cromwell was a person that crushed | | | |the royalist upspring in England and | | | |Scotland. One of the conflicts they had was| | | |when the survival of the Angelican church | | | |of the Catholic hierarchy of archbishops | | | |.
As the king was the supreme of the English| | | |church that was and attack to the monarchy| | | |and churches. the Also he was known as the | | | |leader of the revolutionary government as | | | |the Puritan Republic due to his services | | | |for the army.
He was a puritan because he | | | |believe in religious toleration that the | | | |Christians had. After his death in 1659 the| | | |state want stability and they want to | | | |elect the parliament for the restoration of| | | |the monarchy. Charles II , after Oliver | | | |death and that everything took restorations| | | |he took the throne and ruled. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |Charles II (Restoration of the Monarchy) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |James II (The Glorious Revolution of 1688) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |William and Mary | | | |When William and Mary land on England their| | | |was a vacant for the English throne and | | | |they were declared as a the king and Queen | | | |of England. Mary and William had to sign | | | |the Declaration of rights (1689) before | | | |they lead the throne. This was due to the | | | |monarchy they had over the half century . | | |Also they had to sign the toleration act | | | |(1689) to guarantee the security and the | | | |parliament freedom. | | | | | | | | | | • Research why the English and French Monarchies adopted different models for ruling. • Write a 250- to 350-word paper describing those reasons. Format your paper according to APA standards. English and the French monarchy adopted different models for ruling , because it was the Era of the 17th century of Europe. These was very different because who govern the state was by kings. One the problem that the king had was with the people because of the charging that that he had due to the monarchy and parliament conflict. Many stability that they had was , with the religious beliefs in churches. People work as soldiers for the army to represent their king and be safe. What made it more modern was when the decoration of churches started. What help them to be more modern in the civilization was The Glorious Revolution act.
How important is the Monarchy in Britain? To answer this question first of all, we have to know how Monarchy was created. The British have been a monarchy now for most of the last thousand years. When the Roman Empire began to crumble, the Roman Church began to establish itself over the same empire in its own right. Rather than exert direct military power, the way it did this was to endorse the ...
These helped them because they were ruling differently for peaceful state. The contracted that they sign consist in the freedom , lives, and liberty which many of the people want to have since the monarchy started. All , the people and enjoy and were happy for the powerful central authority that was taking over and that was ruling there country. Their live was balance, they were more free, countries even had their trades. What people receive from the monarchy was their wealth , safety and honor , from the people that was governing were they lived. After they found who would rule there state the 17th century became a better Era in which people were modern with there cultures and state.