English Civil War and The Glorious Revolution Year Event 1603 James IV of Scotland becomes King James I of England 1625 Charles I takes the throne of England 1629 1637 April 1640 Short Parliament is opened August 1640 Long Parliament is opened Who were the Puritans and explain why do you think they be important to the impending Civil War? Significance or Contribution to the Civil War or Glorious Revolution Year January 1642 Event Significance or Contribution to the Civil War or Glorious Revolution Charles I attempts to arrest members of Parliament 1642-1647 1649 1649-1653 1653 The Commonwealth of England is established The country is ruled by Parliament Cromwell is installed as “Lord Protector” of the Commonwealth Why would a Dutch artist create this caricature of Cromwell? (This is POV) Cromwell Image #1 Cromwell Image #2 Describe this image and explain the author’s POV Year Event 1660 Charles II Returns to England 1685 James II takes the throne of England 1688 “The Glorious Revolution” The English Bill of Rights Significance or Contribution to the Civil War or Glorious Revolution Explain how this documents addresses some of the issues that led to the English Civil War Summary Questions – to discuss 1. Considering the typical type of rule in Europe during this century, explain the significance of the English Bill of Rights on English society. 2. During the years of the English Civil War, the rest of Europe was involved in the 30 Years’ War. Explain the religious component to the English Civil War and how religion continued to play a role into the Glorious Revolution. 3. Contrast the social features of England and France in the 17th Century and explain how those differences explain the rise of Parliament in England and the rise of Absolutism in France.