Tudor domestic policy: a summary

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  • Tudor domestic policy
    • Wars and rebellions
    • Religious mattters
      • 1516: 'Utopia'
      • January 1518: '95 Theses' is translated
      • 12/5/21: Henry VIII burns Luther’s books
      • 1526: 'The New Testament Translation'
      • 1528: 'The Obedience of a Christian Man'
      • 1/32: first Act of Annates
      • 3/32: Supplication against the Ordinaries
      • 16/5/32: Submission of the Clergy is signed by the Convocation of Canterbury
      • 1/10/32: Cranmer is appointed Archbishop of Canterbury
      • 2/33: Ecclesiastical Appeals Act
      • 30/3/33: Cranmer is consecrated as archbishop
      • 23/5/33: marriage annulled
      • 28/5/33: marriage declared good and valid
      • 13/5/34: More refuses to take the oath of supremacy
      • 1534:  Act of First Fruits and Tenths
      • 11/34: Act of Supremacy; Treasons Act
      • 1535: Valor Ecclesiasticus and Comperta Monastica
      • 2/35: Suppression of Religious Houses Act
      • 1536: Court of Augmentations; Ten Articles
      • 1537: 'The Bishops' Book'
      • 1539: Six Articles; Suppression of Religious Houses Act
      • 1540: Court of General Surveyors, Court of First Fruits and Tenths, and Court of Wards and Liveries
      • 6/40: Act of the Six Articles
      • 1543: 'The King’s Book'
    • Government
      • 1487: Star Chamber Act
      • 3/34: First Succession Act
      • 1/26: Eltham Ordinance
      • 1525: Amicable Grant
      • 1495: Council Learned in Law; Act of Resumption
      • 7/43: Third Succession Act
      • 6/36: Second Succession Act
    • Punishing the nobility
      • 1504: retaining
      • 4/09: Dudley and Empson are charged with the crime of constructive treason
      • 10/09: Dudley and Empson are found guilty and attained
      • 4/20: Duke of Buckingham summoned, arrested and jailed
      • 31/7/23: Buckingham is posthumously attained
      • 17/5/20: Buckingham is executed
      • 17/4/32: More is jailed
      • 1/7/35: More is tried
      • 6/7/35: More is executed
      • 12/11/46: Duke of Norfolk and Earl of Surrey are arrested and jailed
      • 19/1/47: Surrey is executed
      • 27/1/47: Norfolk is attained

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