Religion as Cause of Rebellion in Tudor England

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  • Religion as a Cause of Tudor Rebellion
    • Pilgrimage of Grace 1536
      • Catholic Rebellion
        • Reaction to the closure of monasteries and other Protestant reforms
          • Regional in seven northern counties
            • Religon was the main cause of the Pilgrimage of Grace
    • Western Rebellion 1549
      • Catholic Rebellion
        • Reaction to a new English Prayer Book
          • Local to Devon and Cornwall
            • Religon was the main cause of the South Western Rebellion
    • Kett's Rebellion  1549
      • Protestant Rebellion
        • Demanded further Protestant reforms
          • Local to Norfolk
            • Religion was a subsidiary cause of rebellion
    • Wyatt's Rebellion 1554
      • Protestant
        • Fear of further Catholic reforms
          • Local to Kent
            • Religion was a subsidiary cause of rebellion
    • Northern Earls 1569
      • Catholic Rebellion
        • Reaction to Protestant refroms
          • Regional in four northern counties
            • Arguable  Religion could both be a Subsidiary and or a Main cause
              • Religion was a subsidiary cause of rebellion
              • Religon was the main cause of the Northern Earls Rebellion

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