Political powers of early modern europe
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Kingdom of Portugal
Early modern France
Early modern Italy
Early modern Sweden
Early modern Romania
Kingdom of Hungary
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth</li></ul>Political Powers of Early Modern Europein 15th-16th century<br />By: Andrew Scott<br />
Political Powers of Early Modern Europein 15th-16th century cont.<br /><ul><li>At the pinnacle of the Ottoman Empire, which was in the 16th and 17th centuries, they ranged three continents (Southwestern Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa).
Habsburg Spain relates to 16th to 17th century Spain, in which at the height of their rule had territory in The East Indies, Americas, parts of modern day France and Germany as well as Portugal.
The Kingdom of Portugal survived from 1139 to 1910. At one time they had possession of colonies all over the world including the largest being Brazil.
Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth was a dualist monarchy from 1569 to 1795. In the 16th- 17th centuries they had a population around 11 million. </li>