The Stuart Dynasty. James I r. 1603-1625. Charles I r. 1625-1649 (beheaded). Interregnum: The Commonwealth, 1649-60. Charles II r. 1660-1685. 1. Anne Hyde (Protestant). = James II r. 1685-1688. = 2. Maria of Modena (Catholic). James Edward (The Old Pretender) (“Catholic Baby”).By lotus
Day 38-39 Objectives. Analyze the political and religious causes of the English Civil War Analyze the mistakes of Charles I that spark the war Identify the enemies in the English Civil War Analyze the political and religious effects of the end of the Civil War. The Return of Stuart Dynasty.By eagan
ACT 4 Macbeth Study Guide. Act IV, scene i 1. Compare the witches’ speech pattern with Macbeth’s . Macbeth speaks in blank verse – unrhymed iambic pentameter. For the most part the witches speak in rhymed couplets of irregular trochaic tetrameter. TROCHAIC METERBy yovela
The Development of the English Monarchy. World History - Libertyville HS. English History, 1067-1215. William the Conqueror (1035-1087) French (Norman) became King after Battle of Hastings (1066) Brutally suppressed English nobility (Native English nobles held only 8% land by 1086)By hedya
Stuart Dynasty. a. Francis II Mary , Queen of Scots m. b . Henry Stuart , Lord Darnley (R.C.) c. Bothwell TUDORS Elizabeth I dies w/o heirs 1 . James (VI) I m. Anne of Denmark (Anglican/ ( Presbyterian;By jill
The Stuart. In English History. The Index. The Origins The Importance The monarchs James I Charles I Oliver Cromwell Charles II James II Mary II William III Anne The Hannover The Timeline The Sources. coat of arms of Stuart, or Stewart, House. The Origins. The Index.By clementd
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