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    Alexander and King Philip When one begins to explore King Alexander and his amazing accomplishments, they must first examine his upbringing. Alexander was the son of King Philip II of Macedonia, who also achieved greatness, and ascended to the thrown at twenty-one years old. Alexander was provided by his father, a remarkable foundation, which included the best education, not only focusing on academics, but philosophy and military maneuvers as well. Philip was from Macedonia, which was located

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    King Philip II, born May 21, 1527, son of Charles V and Isabella of Portugal, ruled Spain for over 40 years, contributing greatly to the culture and the shaping Spanish society significantly. Young Philip received an advanced education from multiple prominent mathematicians and tutors such as Juan Martínez Siliceo and Juan Cristóbal Calvete de Estrella. Despite this education, Philip II still was unable to fluently speak any other languages except for Castilian, which during his rule, made him unpopular

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    that King Philip II of Spain was a great King and the idea of The Spanish Armada was a good idea that he had come up with. The Spanish Armada is about a boat that set sail in July 1588 by the Spanish, and it was ordered by the catholic King Philip II of Spain to invade England and take down the protestant Queen Elizabeth I. Queen Elizabeth I, was catholic but then became protestant. The Church did not like her decision and they wanted her to become catholic again, so the Pope encouraged King Philip

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    King Philip’s War was a disturbing war fought in America in 1675, almost certainly as a result of the early contact between the English Colonists and the Native Americans. The Natives were, and had always been fighting for their freedom and land, as well as their culture unharmed. Though the Natives had their own religious beliefs, the Colonists felt that they were the greater man, and that God would play a part by remaining on their side. The Natives did not trust the English with their multiple

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    King Philip Metacom, known as King Philip to English colonists, was the leader of the Wampanoag Confederacy during the 17th century. Years after his birth, Metacom would be the cause of King Philip’s war, which resulted in the death of more than six hundred settlers, as well as the destruction of multiple colonies, and his own death. Metacom was born circa 1638, and while historians are unsure of the exact location of his birth, it is thought that he was born in either Massachusetts or Rhode

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    Philip VI the Fortunate Andrew Miller 10th History 12 - 27 - 16 Introduction I think Philip the Fortunate was a very good French King. He was known for being the first French king of the Valois dynasty. His reign saw the beginning of the Hundred Years ' War and the arrival of the Black Death. Body In May of 1328, Philip of Valois became King Philip VI of France. In August of that year, the count of Flanders appealed to Philip for help in putting down a revolt. The king responded by sending his knights

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    King Philips War took place from 1675-1676. This was not a long war, but was very devastating for both the Native Americans and colonists. This war took place in New England, and was the most devastating war between the Native Americans and colonists during this time (Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia 2016). King Philip wasn’t even a king during this war, and there was no involvement from a King Philip. The name King Philip came from the son of Massasoit that the English called and also the chief

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    born on the 21 July 356 BCE, and was the child of King Philip II of Macedon. He got to be ruler after his dad's death in 336 BCE and went ahead to overcome the majority of the known universe of his day. Right up until the present time he is perceived for his military genius and his key skills. As a youth, Alexander was taught to battle and ride by Leonidas of Epirus, a relation of his mother Olympias, as well as to endure physical tests. His dad, Philip, was keen on developing a refined future ruler

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    King Philip Regime and Government In the novel, Paris 1200 by John W. Baldwin, King Philip (Philip Augustus), was an important contributor to the growth of the French Monarchy. He was able to increase the Monarchy better then any other King before him. He defeated many enemies, sought to overtake the British crown and embarked on a third crusade. King Philip Augustus brought financial stability to the country and was very popular amongst his subjects. King Philip when assigned King had many goals

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    American History 19 October 2001 King Philip's War: An Exercise In Failure In 1675, the Algonquian Indians rose up in fury against the Puritan Colonists, sparking a violent conflict that engulfed all of Southern New England. From this conflict ensued the most merciless and blood stricken war in American history, tearing flesh from the Puritan doctrine, revealing deep down the bright and incisive fact that anger and violence brings man to a Godless level when faced with the threat of pain and

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