Comparison of the development of European countries in the XVI century and in the XVII century.

  XVI century. XVII century
international politics The period of religious wars. Hegemony of Spain A new type of war. Hegemony of France
Public administration Formation of a nation state. The withering away of class institutions Formation of absolute monarchies and bureaucratic government
Economy Crisis in prices and traditional farming Formation of large-scale manufacturing production
Culture The era of high Renaissance. Humanism Baroque. Formation of a scientific type of thinking

 

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