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  • Henry VIII 1509-1528
    • 1509
      • 11th June - Marries Catherine of Aragon
      • 23rd June - Henry VIII's Coronation
    • 1510
      • Wolsey appointed a royal councillor
    • 1512
      • England joins Spain in an alliance against France
    • 1513
      • Emperor Maximilian joins Ferdinand, Henry and the Papacy against France
      • August - Battle of the Spurs and capture of Therouanne
      • September - Earl of Surrey leads a crushing Victory over the Scots at Flodden
      • September - Tournai captured
    • 1514
      • Henry makes peace with France
    • 1515
      • Wolsey made Lord Chancellor and Cardinal
      • Francis I becomes King of France
    • 1516
      • 18th February - Princess Mary born
    • 1517
      • Protestant Reformation begins
    • 1518
      • Wolsey made Legate a Latere
      • Treaty of London signed marking the centrepiece of Wolsey's peace-making
    • 1520
      • May- Henry meets Charles V in England
      • June- Henry and Francis meet at the Field of Cloth of Gold
      • July- Henry meets Charles at Calais
    • 1521
      • Henry receives title 'Defender of the Faith' from Pope Leo X
    • 1523
      • English army under Suffolk lands at Calais
        • Siege of Boulogne abandoned to make an attack on Paris.
          • The attack fails as winter sets in.
    • 1525
      • 24th February- Battle of Pavia (Imperial forces defeat French).
        • Francis I captured.
      • Failure of Amicable Grant and widespread unrest as a result.
      • August- Henry makes peace with France.
    • 1526
      • Wolsey allies with France against Charles.
    • 1527
      • Henry commits himself to Anne Boleyn
        • Decides to seek an annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon
      • April- offensive alliance against Charles V singed with France.
      • May- Charles V sacks Rome and imprisons the Pope.
    • 1528
      • England and France declare war on Charles V.
      • Campeggio arrives in England

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