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Date Created: 02/11/16
Colleen Murphy History 102 1/21/16 Reconquista: Reconquering of Spain from Arabs o Portugal: Bartolomo Diaz: 1487; first to attempt to sail to China Vasco De Gama: 1498; Sailed around the bottom of Africa o Spain: Ferdinand Magellan: 15211522; went around South America and ended up in the Philippines. He dies there but his crew made it back to Spain therefore becoming the first to circumnavigate the globe Christopher Columbus: 1492; had voyage funded by the King and Queen of Spain Reformation: Protest against Catholic Church o Martin Luther: 95 Theses: indulgences, papal authority, “salvation my faith alone” Holy Roman Empire King of Spain King Charles IV: Son of Ferdinand and Isabella. He was supposed to take care of Luther and all the chaos he was causing. o Gutenberg Bible: first printed bible o Reformation began because the things that churches were teaching didn’t line up with the teachings in the bible o Indulgences: Catholic Church sold places in heaven to people in order to make money. Luther points this out to the people and how the priests are spending the money on themselves. o 1525: German Peasants Revolt; unintended consequence of the 95 Theses o Ulrich Zwingli: agreed with Luther but disagreed about consubstantiation v. transubstantiation. o John Calvin: French Catholic priest; sets up The Republic of Geneva in 1532 where there is no aristocracy. He picked the first Elect. Predestination: as soon as you are born it is already decided if you’re going to heaven or hell The Elect: people who have been predestined to go to heaven. The run the republic Calvinists: Calvinism Huguenots (French Calvinists) Presbyterians (Scotland) Puritans (England, Massachussets) o King Henry III: wanted to divorce wife but parliament wouldn’t allow it (pope) Reformation Parliament (15291536): Henry decides to pull together his own people to create the “Church of England” se he could get a divorce. Kids: Mary, Edward, Elizabeth (Politique: leader who wants peace between Catholics and protestants) Counter Reformation o St. Ignatious of Loyola o The Society of Jesus 1530’s o Council of Trent (15451563) o Baroque Architecture o Peace of Augsburg (1555): you are the religion of which you are living in.
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