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Nom de la frise : civi s1
Début : 1000
Fin : 1689
Description : Description de ma frise


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1066 : Battle of Hastings_William The Conqueror becomes King (norman)
1086 : Domesday Book_census of population and map of estates/counties/forests
1097 : William II
1100 : William II dies -> Henry_no heir so his brother becomes King
1135 : Henry dies -> Matilda empress + COUP D'ETAT Stephen of Blois_no heir either so his daughter becomes empress and her son is supposed to be King
1154 : Stephen of Blois dies -> Henry II of Anjou _ Kingdom of Maine and England _ red hair = red head _ nominates Thomas Beckett in Canterbury
1199 : John Lackland King _ attacked by K of France _ (Normandy and Anjou taken) _ Rampage Tour
1215 : MAGNA CARTA __ 63 art in latin by Stephen Langton Political contract will lead the king to cede some powers to the church and the barons -> church is
1216 : Henri IIIrd (9yo) __ refused to consult __ summoned to recognize Magna Carta
1259 : PROVISIONS OF OXFORD __ 15 people council by Simon de Montfort __ met 3times a year with king __ -> rejected -> war of barons
1272 : Edward Ist __ ambitious in colo policy
1295 : WRITS OF SUMMONS TO MODEL PARLIAMENT by Edward Ist __ wants their consent to levy taxes to wage war against France __ novelty : 292 commoners __
1341 : bicameralism __ first house of commons
1517 : Martin Luther - 95 thesis __ protestant Reformation in Europe
1521 : K Henri VIII Pamphlet denounces M.Luther as heretic
1534 : FIRST ACT OF SUPREMACY supported by Parliament __ King Henri VIII declares himself at head of Church __ treason act + submission of clergy + ecclesias
1536 : Act of Union England-Wales
1547 : Edward VI 9yo __ protestant advisers __ Act of Uniformity Act of Conformity __ book of common prayers, no more masses but services, purge among clergy
1553 : Mary Ist / Bloody Mary __ brings back catholicism __ repeals act of Supremacy __ and burns protestants at the stake (Marian Persecutions)
1559 : Elizabeth I __ legitimated by Parliament, reestablishes act of supremacy __ legitimated by Parliament, act of supremacy __ P defends crown
1563 : convocation of the clergy __ to restore the 39 articles defining English church __ puritans demands refused __ act against puritans __ fled
1603 : James VI -> James I of England __ 2 crowns __ protestant king __ believes in a divine right of Kings
1605 : Gunpowder plot __ to assassinate James __ and his Parliament
1611 : King James Bible
1625 : Charles I __ dissolves Parliament __ tax increase for 30y war __ jail if no payment
1628 : PETITION OF RIGHTS __ modern vision of Magna Carta __ fixes laws and customs __ rejected by Charles in 1629 -> 11y tyranny
1640 : Beginning of Long Parliament __ Parliament decides that it __ can only dissolve itself
1641 : THE GRAND REMONSTRANCE 204 grievances __ ask for a purge among lords and clergy __ dismissal of Laud&Villiers __ Pim, Hampden,Digby __ treason1peer5MP
1642 : 19 PROPOSITIONS __ sent to king in hope of a settlement __ ask to chose councilors __ the children's spouses __ oath on petition of rights __ Synod
1642 : King Charles ANSWER __ crashed the balance __ divine right but shouldn't be abused __ levelling = danger, end of monarchy __ refuses 19prop -> war
1645 : Nasty battle, victory of Cromwell's Model Army __ Charles surrenders to the Scots
1648 : Pride's Purge __ removing MP who didn't support Cromwell and Model Army
1649 : Rump Parliament + Charles beheaded
1647 : Agreement of The People manifesto
1648 : Second Agreement of the People Manifesto
1653 : dismissal of Rump Parliament -> new institutions __ Assembly called Barebone's Parliament __ council, army __ lord protector
1660 : Restoration __ Decaration of Breda by Charles II __ proclaimed King __ act of uniformity book of prayers etc __ reestablished
1679 : Habeas Corpus __ to reaffirm and safeguard individual liberty __ judgment by peers no bail money __ reintroduction of Magna Carta’s clauses __ US kept
1658 : Richard Cromwell becomes Lord Protector __ resigned soon bc lack of authority
1661 : acts limiting Puritan worship __ second category subjects
1687 : Declaration of Indulgence __ by James II __ freedom of religion in British isles
1688 : Glorious Revolution __ James II fled __ -> his daughter Mary II and her husband William
1689 : BILL OF RIGHTS __ list of 13 infractions committed by James 2 + 13 clauses lim power : balance of powers



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De 1066 à 1660 : FEUDALISM
De 1534 à 1553 : FIRST PERIOD OF REFORMATION -> protestantism
De 1553 à 1559 : return to catholicism
De 1629 à 1640 : 11years tyranny, absolutism
De 1649 à 1660 : COMMONWEALTH (respublica)



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civi s1Frise chronologique - Description de ma frise 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 THE GRAND REMONSTRANCE 204 grievances ask for a purge among lords and clergy dismissal of Laud&Villiers Pim, Hampden,Digby treason1peer5MP (1641) 19 PROPOSITIONS sent to king in hope of a settlement ask to chose councilors the children's spouses oath on petition of rights Synod (1642) King Charles ANSWER crashed the balance divine right but shouldn't be abused levelling = danger, end of monarchy refuses 19prop -> war (1642) Restoration Decaration of Breda by Charles II proclaimed King act of uniformity book of prayers etc reestablished (1660) Edward VI 9yo protestant advisers Act of Uniformity Act of Conformity book of common prayers, no more masses but services, purge among clergy (1547) Henri IIIrd (9yo) refused to consult summoned to recognize Magna Carta (1216) Glorious Revolution James II fled -> his daughter Mary II and her husband William (1688) Edward Ist ambitious in colo policy (1272) Martin Luther - 95 thesis protestant Reformation in Europe (1517) acts limiting Puritan worship second category subjects (1661) MAGNA CARTA 63 art in latin by Stephen Langton Political contract will lead the king to cede some powers to the church and the barons -> church is (1215) Nasty battle, victory of Cromwell's Model Army Charles surrenders to the Scots (1645) K Henri VIII Pamphlet denounces M.Luther as heretic (1521) King James Bible (1611) bicameralism first house of commons (1341) Act of Union England-Wales (1536) Battle of Hastings_William The Conqueror becomes King (norman) (1066) John Lackland King _ attacked by K of France _ (Normandy and Anjou taken) _ Rampage Tour (1199) PROVISIONS OF OXFORD 15 people council by Simon de Montfort met 3times a year with king -> rejected -> war of barons (1259) FIRST ACT OF SUPREMACY supported by Parliament King Henri VIII declares himself at head of Church treason act + submission of clergy + ecclesias (1534) James VI -> James I of England 2 crowns protestant king believes in a divine right of Kings (1603) Charles I dissolves Parliament tax increase for 30y war jail if no payment (1625) Domesday Book_census of population and map of estates/counties/forests (1086) Declaration of Indulgence __ by James II freedom of religion in British isles (1687) WRITS OF SUMMONS TO MODEL PARLIAMENT by Edward Ist wants their consent to levy taxes to wage war against France novelty : 292 commoners (1295) Richard Cromwell becomes Lord Protector resigned soon bc lack of authority William II (1097) Mary Ist / Bloody Mary brings back catholicism repeals act of Supremacy and burns protestants at the stake (Marian Persecutions) (1553) William II dies -> Henry_no heir so his brother becomes King (1100) Henry dies -> Matilda empress + COUP D'ETAT Stephen of Blois_no heir either so his daughter becomes empress and her son is supposed to be King (1135) PETITION OF RIGHTS modern vision of Magna Carta fixes laws and customs rejected by Charles in 1629 -> 11y tyranny (1628) Stephen of Blois dies -> Henry II of Anjou _ Kingdom of Maine and England _ red hair = red head _ nominates Thomas Beckett in Canterbury (1154) convocation of the clergy to restore the 39 articles defining English church puritans demands refused act against puritans fled (1563) Gunpowder plot to assassinate James and his Parliament (1605) Pride's Purge removing MP who didn't support Cromwell and Model Army (1648) Habeas Corpus to reaffirm and safeguard individual liberty judgment by peers no bail money reintroduction of Magna Carta’s clauses US kept (1679) Beginning of Long Parliament Parliament decides that it can only dissolve itself (1640) Elizabeth I legitimated by Parliament, reestablishes act of supremacy legitimated by Parliament, act of supremacy P defends crown (1559) Rump Parliament + Charles beheaded (1649) dismissal of Rump Parliament -> new institutions Assembly called Barebone's Parliament council, army lord protector (1653) Agreement of The People manifesto (1647) Second Agreement of the People Manifesto BILL OF RIGHTS list of 13 infractions committed by James 2 + 13 clauses lim power : balance of powers (1689) FIRST PERIOD OF REFORMATION -> protestantism (1534 - 1553) return to catholicism (1553 - 1559) 11years tyranny, absolutism (1629 - 1640) COMMONWEALTH (respublica) (1649 - 1660) FEUDALISM (1066 - 1660)




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