1485-1603

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  • 1485-1603
    • Henry VII
      • parliament
        • Act of attainder
        • Met only 7 times
        • foreign policy
          • Treaty of Radon=1489
            • 6000 Unofficial troops into Brittany
          • Treaty of Etaples= 1492
            • peace with France
            • Annual French pension
          • Treaty of Medina del Campo= 1489
            • Spanish allience
            • Marriage between Arthur and Catherine
          • Peace of Ayton- 1502
            • peace with Scotland
            • Margaret + JamesIV
          • League of Cambrai
            • Failure
            • Exclusion
        • Earl of Surrey sent to York= maintain law + order
      • Finances
        • controlled by monarch
        • extraordinary revenue
          • Parliament taxation
          • Church
          • French pension
          • Special occasion e.g knighting Arthur
        • Ordinary revenue
          • Increased land owned by AofA
          • Custom duties
          • Profits from justice, Fines
          • Feudal dues- marriages, livery and fines of 'relief'
        • CRITICISED= AVARICIOUS
      • Pretenders
        • Perkin Warbeck
          • Imposter
          • support for Warbeck led to banned trade with Netherlands
          • 1491-1499
            • executed 1499
        • Lambert Simnel
          • Battle of Stoke 1487
          • turnspike in royal household
      • Nobility
        • Sir William Stanley executed
        • Earl of Oxford fined
          • Retainer limitation
        • reduced power
    • Henry VIII
      • Wolsey
        • Field of cloth + gold 1520
        • Treaty of London 1518
        • Closed some monasteries
        • kicked minions out of court
        • Peace
        • fall
          • Fail to get divorce
          • Anne Bolyne
          • Nobility
        • Lagate e latre
      • Cromwell
        • Revolution: Act of union
        • Monasteries 1536
        • Act of Supremacy 1534
        • Medieval to modern
          • Elton
        • fall
          • Anne of Cleaves
          • Possessed protestant books
            • HERETIC
          • Conservative wanted Cromwell dead
      • Reformation parliament 1529
        • Break from Rome
    • Edward
      • Lord protector: Sommerset
      • Religious change
        • 3,000 chantries closed
          • Kett's + Western Rebellions: 1549
            • 2 new prayerbooks
              • Protestantism
        • 2 new prayerbooks
          • Protestantism
        • Services
        • Church + alter's appearance changed
          • iconclasm
        • attacked catholic superstition
        • Clerical marriage allowed
    • Mary I
      • religious change
        • Counter-reformation
          • Catholic
          • use of parliament to repeal legislation
        • persecution of protestants
          • first open display of piousness
      • use of parliament to repeal legislation
      • Spanish marriage
        • xenophobia and worry over succession
          • Wyatts rebellion
    • Elizabeth I
      • Privy council
        • William Cecil: Lord Burghley
          • Chief minister
            • Secret service
              • Babington Plot
                • Execution of Mary Queen of Scot 1587
        • Dudley
        • Christopher Hatton
        • Walshingham
          • Secret service
            • Babington Plot
              • Execution of Mary Queen of Scot 1587
      • Parliament
        • Privy council
          • William Cecil: Lord Burghley
            • Chief minister
            • Dudley
            • Christopher Hatton
            • Walshingham
            • Met frequently
            • Elizabeth: Supreme governor
            • Rescusancy fines
            • Right of Veto
          • religious change
            • Religious settlement
              • Moderate nature brought opposition
                • Puritans
                • Catholics
                  • Northern Earls Rebeliion
                • Avoided civil war though
              • Creation of Anglican church
            • Bible in Welsh 1588
            • Excommunicion by Pope 1570

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