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  1. Unit 3 REVIEW European History Jeopardy!

  2. Welcome!

  3. Chapters 16 & 17 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  4. He strengthened the intendant method of local government France 100 Cardinal Richelieu

  5. Colbert’s Mercantilism included all of the following EXCEPT? Establishing new industries & manufacturing codes Establishing a central banking system Establishing protective tariffs Improving transportation and communication France 200 b. Establishing a central banking system

  6. Richelieu’s philosophy that justified actions on behalf of the state that would be condemned if carried out by private individuals? France 300 Raison d’état

  7. Which of the following is NOT true? French classicism subject matter associated with art of antiquity. Mercantilism is where government intervenes to secure the largest share of limited resources. France had the highest living standards in the mid 17th century. Revocation of the Edict of Nantes denied Huguenots the right to practice their religion in France. France 400 c. France had the highest living standards in the mid 17th century

  8. Which of the following did NOT weaken the economy of France under Louis XIV? Colbert’s economic policy High military expenditures Middle-class & nobles tax exemptions The use of tax farmers France 500 a. Colbert’s economic policy

  9. Elizabeth I was succeed by what Stuart Monarch? England 100 James I

  10. The growing wealth of which group became a significant feature of English society in the 16th and 17th centuries? Nobility Clergy Middle class businessmen England 200 c. Middle class businessmen

  11. He attempted to rule without Parliament, supported the policies of William of Laud, and issued stopgap levies such as “ship money.”? England 300 Charles I

  12. Which of the following was not part of the period of time known as the Interregnum? Commonwealth Test Act of 1663 Protectorate Political factions: Diggers, Levellers England 400 b. Test Act of 1663

  13. Which of the following was a spokesman for the Glorious Revolution? Thomas Hobbes Oliver Cromwell William Laud John Locke England 500 d. John Locke

  14. Which of the following was NOT true about the Dutch Republic in the 17th century? Political power was held by landowning nobility Experienced a “Golden Age” Had the highest living standards in Europe Religiously tolerant Spanish v. Dutch 100 a. Political power was held by landowning nobility

  15. The Treaty of Pyrenees led to a period of decline in what country? Spanish v. Dutch 200 Spain

  16. The decline of Spain in the 17th century can be attributed to all of the following EXCEPT? Extension of the empire beyond its resources Devaluation of currency & inflation Peasant revolts Decline of population Spanish v. Dutch 300 c. Peasant revolts

  17. Miguel de Cervantes wrote what book which delineates the whole fabric of 16th century Spanish society? Spanish v. Dutch 400 Don Quixote

  18. The decline of the Dutch economy was caused by? a. Civil unrest by the peasant farmers b. Wars of the 17th century c. lack of a middle class & disdain toward money-making and hard work Spanish v. Dutch 500 b. Wars of the 17th century

  19. What the landed nobility in Prussia & Russia were called? Prussia & Russia 100 Junkers & Boyars

  20. Which of the following did NOT lead to the Great Elector Frederick William’s consolidation of power in the Brandenburg Estates? Failure of nobles to join with the towns to oppose the Elector The need for a strong military following the 30 Years’ War and Tatar raids Financial and military support from Cardinal Richelieu Prussia & Russia 200 c. Financial & military support from Cardinal Richelieu

  21. Implemented under Tsars’ Ivan III & IV, this condition required the boyars to serve in the army to hold land. Prussia & Russia 300 Service nobility

  22. During the Time of Troubles, Russia faced all of the following problems EXCEPT? Religious schism Cossack rebellion Foreign invasion Inner fighting among the Tsar’s relatives Prussia & Russia 400 a. Religious schism

  23. Which of the following did NOT occur during the reign of Peter the Great? Incessant warfare Building of St. Petersburg Table of ranks Sack of Kiev by the Mongol Horde Prussia & Russia 500 d. Sack of Kiev by the Mongol Horde

  24. Which of the following was NOT associated with serfdom? Robot Millet Cossacks Hereditary subjugation Austria & Ottomans 100 b. Millet

  25. His death of marked the beginning of the decline of the Ottoman Empire. Austria & Ottomans 200 Suleiman the Magnificent

  26. In the aftermath of the siege of Vienna in 1683 the Turks gained a stronger foothold in Europe. the Habsburgs capture Hungary in the East. the Prussians took Bohemia from the Habsburgs. Austria & Ottomans 300 b. The Habsburgs captured Hungary

  27. Which of the following was NOT part of the Ottoman Empire? Janissary Millet Landed nobility Islam Austria & Ottomans 400 Landed nobility

  28. Charles VI issued the __________________ in 1713 stating that Habsburg lands were never to be divided. Austria & Ottomans 500 Pragmatic sanction