Divine Rights of Kings

Divine Rights of Kings

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  • I would rather rule alone!
  • We'll find a way to get you out of power
  • Charles the First argues against parliament and resolved to rule alone, causing lots of arguing over money and power.
  • The Cavaliers fight the Roundheads in support of King Charles the First. While the Roundheads fight for Parliament.
  • Welcome to England! Would you like to hold the throne?
  • King Charles the First is decapitated for treason against Parliament. On January 30, 1649.
  • And the new Bill of Rights take place.
  • I say we have the Divine Rights of Kings demolished.
  • Monarchy is restored in England under King Charles the 2nd.
  • Parliament invites Mary and William to England, and they begin to rule.
  • Bill of Rights becomes laid foundation for constitutional monarchy and the Divine Right of Kings is destroyed by Monarchy and Parliament.
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