The three estates in France?
The First Estate was made up of clergy. The Second was the nobilty. The Third was everybody else, aka 95%-99% of the population
Ist,IInd and IIIrd estates
The relationship of the three estates in France is that the whole population of France was put into one of the three estates. The first estate contained only 1% of the population, the second estate contained 3 % of the population, and the third contained 96% of the population.
Effective control of France.
The Three Estates.
i think it was the old regime
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there were three estates in france and the poorest ones were taxed the most
The Nobility, the Church and the rest - the Commoners
i think The third estate is the common people, the largest group of people in France, difficult to get rid of them. On June 17, 1789, the Third Estate began the French Revolution. The formation of the National Constituent Assembly marked the end of the Estates-General, but not of the three estates.
The four estates of France were peasants, nobles, aristocrats, and the middle class.
Estates General - France - was created in 1302.
Estates General - France - ended in 1789.
First estate: the clergy. Second: the nobility. Third: everybody else
What are the three key ideas in the meeting of the estates general?" what was the problem in the estates. what was the problem in the estates.
France was divided into one of three social classes or estates
First Estate: Clergymen Second Estate: Nobles Third Estate: middle class and peasants
In 1302 King Phillip IV called together the first full French parliament called the estates general which classes of people made up these three Estates of France?
The Clergy, the Nobility, and the wealthy non nobles.
The third estate tried to solve this issue by gathering all three estates in a big body with votes counted "by head". After a couple of weeks, they declared themselves as the National Assembly of France. They, then invited delegates from other estates to help them write the Constitution of France
Before the Revolution in France : The Estates-General consisted of three estates :the Clergy (about 100,000 people), the Nobles (about 400, 000 people) and all the others (about 96% of the population) belonged to the Third Estate.
the three estates: la noblesse (the nobility) le clergÃ© (clergy) le tiers-Ã©tat (all the others, including the very large peasanry, and a very small part of 'bourgeois' who represented the lot in the assembly)
You probably mean the Three Estates, which were: The First Estate - the Clergy The Second Estate - the Nobility The Third Estate - everybody else
The four estates of France were the : nobles clergy middle class peasants The press took to calling themselves the fifth estate'
Not France; the French people. The only national political body before 1789 was the Estates General (États-généraux), consisting of 2 assemblies: First estate (Premier État): the clergy Second (second or deuxième État): the nobility Third (Tiers État): everybody else.
What were the conditions under which the people of France lived that led to the revolution rather than peace?
The major condition that led to the French Revolution was the fundamental inequality between the "estates." Before the Revolution, French society was broken up into three estates
The First Estate consisted of the Catholic Clergy. The Second Estate was the Nobility. The Third Estate were ordinary people.
The First Estate was the Catholic Clergy and the Second Estate was the Nobles. Everyone else was in the Third Estate.
The Estates General met on May 5th, 1789, in Versailles, France.
The 1st estate was represented by the Clergy. The 2nd estate was represented by the Nobility. The 3rd estate was represented by the Bourgeoisie
A noble is one of the three estates. The three estates were the Clergy Nobility Serf/peasant
There are three different classes in the Estates General of France. The first class was made up of the clergy, or church officials. The second estate was made up of the aristocrats, or the nobility of France. The third estate was made up of the bourgeoisie, mainly bankers and lawyers, and the peasants. The first estate was the wealthiest class as they were paid by Christians for church. They also had no need to pay… Read More
The first Estate was the Clergymen from nobility less than 1% of the population. The second was the Nobility and Aristocracy and finally the the bourgeoisie and the proletariat.
Clergy Nobles Everybody else
Same as the difference between Congress and the House of Representatives; the Third Estate was one of the three Estates in the Estates General
The three estates divided the social classes of Revolution Era France. There was an estate that had the wealth nobles, there was an estate that had church people in it, such as priests and bishops, and there was an estate that had the common people in it. It was unequal as the nobles lived comfortable lives in their palaces and the common people sometimes had to steal bread just to live.
Insofar as France had a Parliament, it was the Etats-Généraux (Estates General). In the 18th Century, it was called only once - in 1789. The three Estates were the Clergy, the Nobility and the Third Estate (Tiers Etat). Against the votes of the first two (who were exempt from most taxes) the Third Estate were powerless. The King had not called the Estates for 150 years precisely because its meetings always ended in trouble. Incidentally… Read More
Not France, the French people. The only representative body in existence in 1789 was the États-Généraux, a form of parliament that had not sat for over a century, but whose assent was needed for new taxes. The King must have thought that this would not be a problem, as the three Estates of the Realm had one vote each. The 3 Estates (États) were; The First Estate - the clergy. These paid no taxes to… Read More
The first and second estates was made up 2% of the French population.
"Les Ã©tats-gÃ©nÃ©raux", in English the Estates-general.
There were 3 estates: the third estate was the bourgeoisie. They represented 97% of all inhabitants of France. There other two estates (the first and second) were the nobility and the clergy (the representatives of the church).
The Catholic Clergy made up the First Estate. The French Nobles made up the Second Estate. The commoners were all lumped into the Third Estate.
Clergy, nobles, middle class, and peasants
King Louis XVI of France
French Estates General
The Estates-General or States General was established in 1302 in France by Phillip the Fair. Its purpose was to get control of the clergy and get around the power of the nobility.
Members of the 3rd estate were inspired by the American Revolution. They began questioning long standing notions about the structure of society. They demanded equality, liberty, and democracy.