1/13/15 Notes HY 102
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French statebuilding in the 17th Century 0 Background to absolution 0 French centralize all powers to state in hand of king Always broke 0 Estate Clergy NobH y Everyone else 2 France protestant 40 of nobility o 1588 3way war Navar Royal family tried to buy him out by marrying him to one of their daughters 0 The wars of religion the war if the three Henris ls Paris worth as mass 0 Are religious convictions get in the way of being King Henry IV converted to Catholicism 0 King Henry IV Wanted to stop religious ghting Doesn t like idea of constant warfare in own country Left 12year old son when died 0 The Edict of Nantes Paris is worth a mass 1594 step towards trying to stop religious wars Allows protestants in France to have own cities school systems trial will consist of 3judge tribunal 2 of which are Protestant Sets up a state within a state 1610 henry murdered by stabbing Richelieu and the foundations of absolutism continued 0 Richelieu Brings Louis more power and helps get his mom off counci Guidance unti Louis becomes of age 0 Taming the Huguenots 1626 seizes a Rochelle protestant town Pus down defenses and modi es Edict of Nantes o No longer have state within a state Lose right to defend themselves No armed forces 0 Reason of state 0 Sin for you not for reason of state 0 Can39t arrest nobles for debt 0 Masculinity being noble means you are good at ghting nobles of the sword o Dueling Way of private justice Most not to the death to the rst cut 0 Richelieu outlaws dueling have to be dependent on king for jusUce Brings in butcher to do beheading 0 Taxes and administrations the intendants o Richelieu as the lynchpin Louis XIV and the pinnacle of French absolutism 0 Chaos again with a minor as king 0 Absolutism as the answer to disorder 0 quotL etat C39est Moiquot The army 0 Most powerful in Europe Tried to expand territory Deployed within France Finance and economic change 0 Turns to middle class Colbert nance minister Versailles Edict of Nantes St Bartholomew39s Day massacre Duke of Gees Preemptively murder people 1020000 people for being Protestant Navar Hides under wife39s bed almost survives Henry IV Huguenots La Rochelle GabeHe Salt tax Taile Landincome tax Stable lntendants Tax collects agents sent out from Paris Chosen carefully from upper middle class by Richelieu What power they have comes from position not birth Created a centralized administration network loyal to him Weakens power of nobles Fronde Kids who threw mud at rich people39s carriages Jacques Boussuet Argues that as a Christian you owe your allegiance to God King is god39s representative on earth Louis XIV Resolves not to be a weak King 1661 New chief minister when Mazarin dies Claims himself as chief minister He has to control as much of French aspect as possible Large army Cardinal Mazarin Successor of Richelieu Big loud happy Not able to hold system together as well as Richelieu JeanBaptiste Colbert Louis XIV nance minister Puts prohibitive duties on imported good cheaper to buy domestically Applies to king39s estates Extract timber shing rights etc Keep Louis XIV through 4 wars Versailles Hall of mirrors Designed to make you look small If you are a king live like a king Designed to remind you who was in charge and where you rank in the system Nobility fought hard for access to Louis XIV
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