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Britain since the Romans. 3 : The Reformation and the Civil War 1485 - 1688. http://johncmullen.blogspot.com. Henry VIII 1509-1547 Edward VI 1547-1553 Lady Jane grey Mary 1 1553-1558 Elizabeth 1558-1603 James I 1603-1625 Charles I 1625-1649. Martin Luther.

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britain since the romans

Britain since the Romans

3 : The Reformation and the Civil War

1485 - 1688

http://johncmullen.blogspot.com

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Henry VIII 1509-1547

Edward VI 1547-1553

Lady Jane grey

Mary 1 1553-1558

Elizabeth 1558-1603

James I 1603-1625

Charles I 1625-1649

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Some of the ideas of the reformation
  • Against corruption in the church
  • For a personalrelationshipwithGod
  • Lessseparationbetweenpriests and others
  • No transubstantiation
  • No papal infallibility
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Henry VIII 1509-1547
  • separating the English churchfrom Rome, for politicalreasons
  • The dissolution of the monasteries 1536-1541
  • The pilgrimage of grace 1536
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Edward VI 1547-1553
  • Creating a protestant church in England
  • The book of Common Prayer
  • Priests have the right to marry
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Mary 1 1553-1558
  • The return of catholicism
  • Marrriedpriests must leavetheirwives
  • Link with Rome isre-established
  • « heretics » including Cranmer are burntat the stake
  • But the monasteries are not restored to the church
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Elizabeth I 1558-1603
  • Stabilizing the Anglican church
  • Attending Anglican services is obligatory
  • The new book of common prayer 1559
  • The thirty nine articles 1563
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James I 1603-1625

Increasing conflict with parliament

1603 Millenary petition

1604-11 King James’ Bible

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Charles I 1625-1649

The rise of absolutism and the road to civil war

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1649-1660

Oliver Cromwell then Richard Cromwell

The English Republic OR

The Commonwealth OR

The inter-regnum

1649 Charles executed

1653 Instrument of governement

1655 The rule of the Major-Generals

1657 Humble petition and advice

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Charles II 1660-1685

1660 Declaration of Breda

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