All events that involved Religion
This is basically saying that the pope moves to Avignon and since where ever the pope is, that's where all the money goes, that's where it went. Italy (pope's previous location) got mad at the french.
This started because of the death of Gregory XI, which makes a couple of other popes step up to take his place. Then the council of Pisa is a butt and adds a 3rd pope, which lasts a year, and then the council of Constance fixes everything and it's back to one pope. However, thanks to this, this reduces the authority of the pope/papal, and monarchies become stronger.
Addressed protestant reformation, addressed catholic corruption, didn't change church doctrine
Gave Huguenots freedom
All events that involved Government
English Bill of Rights was created
Separation of power, Year III
Mainly focuses on the third state, and all the new opportunities it gave them, peasant or not.
All events that involved the monarch
It's that a papal group elects the emperor. (End date not accurate)
(I didn't know how exactly to categorize this) This was basically a rebellion of Nobles that was obnoxiously violent and bloody, and also effects Louis XIV's decisions later in life during his reign.
It basically gave power to Maria Theresa, the daughter of the current Austrian person
Events at the time
The Black Death basically killed 40% of Europe's population, therefore disturbing the economy due to lack of work labor. Peasant revolts also followed and effected the power of the clergy thanks to the flagellants.
Ideas of Humanism emerged, new classes, art, and a political decline for Italy.
Witch hunts were because people were paranoid, and they also technically existed. So they were scapegoats.
Yay Columbus found the new world and exchanged things with them and found new merchandise and resources and blah.
Basically when Spain went over to 'America' and exchanged food, cultures, diseases, etc. (Obviously diseases were not intended)
The declined through a invasion by the french, a decrease in trade, and the counter reformation. This was basically that the church was power hungry and they went around censoring art. It also inspired Machiavelli to write his book The Prince about proper leadership.
A bunch of mercantilism and discovery of new lands.
Just... yeah. Stuff happened. It involved 'fixing' Germany
Peasants wanted a self governed government and religious freedom. And of course- peasants were shut up by a lot of them getting killed.
The English Reformation
Provinces in the Netherlands revolted against Spain, and this happened by William of Orange uniting everyone
New inventions such as the discovery of the power of steeeaaaammmmm
Reign of Terror, Republic of virtue, Cult of reason.
(Specifically the reaction of Thermidorian) They back away from a radical republican, Napoleon steps into the game
Wars at the time
Nobles vs. Nobles, This happened because England had some land in France, but they didn't want to give it up. Joan of Arc ended the war by making the French realize that they suck and they need to centralize/modernize themselves.
Peasant revolt against nobles, and nobles ended up killing a bunch of peasants.
9 Separate wars, which was really about the nobles trying to get power back, NOT REALLY RELIGION
So this was to increase the population of Spain and gain more power by dominating more places and getting more cash. However, the English put a stop to them
Triggered by the defenestration of Prague.It started as a religious war, but then ended as a power struggle. France vs Hapsburg
Triggered by the Treat of Utrecht, and it was basically France vs. Everyone else. Because of this France lost Canada, and then some territories in 'America'.
French vs. Indian war, sort of the first world war. Fought over two issues: Brti and France are always one-upping each other and continental struggle between Prussia and Austria
Shift of alliances, France & Hapsburg vs. G. Britain & Prussia
Calling of the Estates General, financial crisis, writes a constitution
People and leaders who were important
Thought that the church was too political and was a threat to the churches power
He was the leader of the Hussites and doubted the specialness of the clergy
A politique who switched to being a Calvinist to show that religion wasn't important, however the good of the state was.
A group of people who were neither puritan or republic, conquered Scotland & Ireland, and was brought together by Great Britain. Lead by Cromwell.
Louis's personal reign, created a divine right monarchy, HIS WORD WAS LAW.
The big old violent guy from Russia, and wants a safe monarchy from the nobility.
One of the most influential philosophers of the Enlightenment that wrote multiple books that inspired many philosophes