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Flow Chart Review Guide . Queen Elizabeth . Protestant Died heirless, 1603 James I took the throne Stuart family . James I . Took the throne after Queen Elizabeth died Rules Scotland for 20 years before taking the English throne Protestant Believed in the divine right of kings

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queen elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth
  • Protestant
  • Died heirless, 1603
  • James I took the throne
  • Stuart family
james i
James I
  • Took the throne after Queen Elizabeth died
  • Rules Scotland for 20 years before taking the English throne
  • Protestant
  • Believed in the divine right of kings
  • Guy Fawkes attempted to assassinate him.
  • He spent unwisely, he used it on personal events like parties
charles i
Charles I
  • Divide between him and the parliament
  • Similar to James I, in the way he spent money
  • Wanted to get rid of the parliament
  • Illegal taxes, abused people’s liberties, court of star chamber etc.
  • Committed an act of treason, began a war against Scotland.
  • He was beheaded.
  • He was the monarch of the United Kingdom.
lord strafford
Lord Strafford
  • Entered the parliament
  • He was friend of Charles I
  • Gave advice on how to take money from the country
  • He advised to go to war
  • He also gets beheaded.
  • Charles I gives him up for extra money and support from the parliament
oliver cromwell
Oliver Cromwell
  • General of the parliament’s army (New model army )
  • Dictator, Lord Protector,
  • Issued the blue laws: Banned dancing, drinking, gambling, Christmas, use and wear of make-up
  • Puritan
  • Hypocrite
charles ii
Charles II
  • Restored the monarchy of England
  • Elected by parliament
  • Fun and happy ruler, got rid of the blue laws.
  • Catholic
  • Test Act: No Catholics can hold a position in parliament. Done by the parliament.
  • Believed in a absolute monarchy
james ii
James II
  • Openly Catholic
  • Gave out positions of high political authority to Catholics
  • Wanted to change the Church of England to Catholic.
  • Believed in the divine right of kings.
  • Started riots, used violence to stop it.
mary of orange william of orange
Mary of Orange / William of Orange
  • Daughter of James II
  • Both Protestant
  • Married to William of Orange, convinced William to dethrone James II
  • She becomes the next queen of England. He becomes the next king of England
  • Glorious Revolution
  • They sign the Bill of rights and England becomes a constitutional monarchy.
  • Fought a war against Ireland.