European States

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European States

Category: Compare and Contrast Essay

Subcategory: History

Level: High School

Pages: 1

Words: 275

Name
Instructor’s name
Course
Date
European States
1A)
Harold Godwinson
Herald Hardrada,
.William Duke
1B)
. William Duke
2A)
The court of lord king has the mandate to oversee all the challenges that affected the churches especially controversies and church presentations by initiating appropriate measures at its initial stages.
2B)
The lord king decides on who and when to leave the kingdom. His permission is only granted when the safety of the king and the kingdom was confirmed to be safe.
3) The Assize of Clarendon, the 1166 act for Henry II of England and was purposely meant to bring about the transformation of the England laws. The laws that were supposed to be transformed by this act included felonies and other offenses and through which the laymen or knights made relevant inspection and evidence collection under oath.
4A)
King John fastened his seal to Magna Carta having been confronted with over 40 rebellious barons, and he agreed to their terms to avoid civil wars.
4B)
Liberty and Inspiration for Americans
5) The statute of Mortmain (1279), under which blessings of the area to the Church needed to have an imperial permit.
Quo Emptores (1290) stopped subinfeudation.
Gloucester Statutes (1278) and Quo Warranto (1290): define and regulate feudal jurisdictions.
The Statute of Winchester (1285): a uniform system of justice for all;
The Second Statute of Westminster (1285): confined the estrangement of the area and kept involved domains inside of families.
6) It is also known as the Statutes of Wales was purposely designed to provide the constitutional laws for the local government of the principality of the Northern Wales from the year 1284 to 1536. Its initiation in 1284 became effective after a thorough consideration of Edward I position and how he was expected to conduct her duties.
7) In 1297, Wallace and Andrew Moray emerged the winners of the Battle of Stirling Bridge. And even though they were greatly outnumbered the Scot attacked the English army in a special way. The English soldiers were subjected to death while they tried crossing to the northern side of the river and the fact that the river was narrow made it even more difficult for them. The fact that the bridge was narrow made it easier for the Scottish soldiers to attack and kill the English soldiers.
8A)
Philip II Augustus
He reigned from 1183-1223, and he purposely transformed France to one most prosperous and a powerful state during his time. He is known for leading the construction of the great wall around Paris alongside bringing financial stability to France.
8B)
During his reign King, Louis IX employed the use of Christian values to lead his people. He is known for enacting and implementing policies that punished gambling, blasphemy and even prostitution.
9A)
Golden Bull was an official order by Charles IV, the then emperor of Holy Roman Empire that was issued in 1356 was in force until 1806 when Empire became extinct. The decree gave authority to seven electors to select emperor.
9B)
Archbishop of Cologne
Archbishop of Trier
Margrave of Brandenburg
Duke of Saxony-Wittenberg
Count Palatine of the Rhine
King Bohemia
10) The model parliament was primarily meant to help King Edward I to raise taxes so he could finance his wars. It was also aimed service to its taxpayers since the model parliament had representatives from different parts of the country.