-Humans need structure and rules in order to learn to love.
Literally, ―prince or knight
Variously translated as the exemplary person, or accomplished person, or gentleman or lady
In Confucianism the ideal person who has become a fully virtuous human being.
Battle of Yarmuk (636) - Rome id defeated
Persians defeated (637)
Eqypt Falls (642)
Spain Attacked (710)
-Battle of Tours (732)
Constantanope attacked and Muslim fleet defeated (717)
Central Asia battel with Chinease (758)
The movement that divided all of Europe into Protestant and Catholic camps.
Pope Leo the tenth banned Luther's material, mandated the burning of the material, and asked Luther to recant in 60 days.
Luther burned catholic writings on the pulpit in response.
1520 Luther is excommunicated. Condemned to die as a heretic.
Fredrick the rise (wealthy patron), kidnapped him and brought him to wartberg castle and into hiding.
most famous for temper; Tudor (catholic); wants a son to carry on the family name; goes through alot of wives; Catherine of Aragon (spain); Anne Boleyn;
daughter of Catherine of Aragon
*next in line
*didn’t talk about religion until she was safely in the queen position.
*people fled country
*for five years catholic reign.
*married her cousin, Phillip. No children.
*wanted an allies, married cousin from Spain
*gets her name bloody Mary because she orderd many beheadings to protestants.
*she was named a bastard child, and when she took the thrown she was very bitter.
In 1572 was a targeted group of assassinations followered by a wave of Roman Catholic mob violence, both directed against the Huguenots during the French Wars of Religion. Instigated by Catherine de' Medici.
already settled when Columbus arrived in the area.
Spanish took a toll over the Taino.
Disease spread quick and the number of Tiano decreased.
- Louis XIV could afford to raise and maintain a large and powerful army and was in position to dominate europe.
-Louis XIV led france into four major wars of expansion, each with a widening scope.
-Louis invaded flanders twice.