Tudor foreign policy: a summary

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  • Tudors: foreign policy
    • Treaties and meetings
    • Coronations, appointments, deaths and marriages
      • 24/6/88: James IV, King of Scots, is crowned as such
      • 25/1/03: Margaret Tudor and James IV marry
      • 26/11/04: Isabella I of Castile dies; Joanna of Castile becomes Queen of Castile and León
      • 12/7/06: Philip I becomes King of Castile
      • 25/9/06: Philip I dies; Charles II becomes Duke of Burgundy and Lord of the Netherlands
      • 9/3/13: Giovanni di Lorenzo de' Medici becomes Pope Leo X
      • 1515: Pope Leo X makes Wolsey Cardinal-Priest of S. Cecilia
      • 1/1/15: Louis XII of France dies
      • 25/1/15: Francis I is coronated King of France
      • 23/1/16: Ferdinand II of Aragon dies; Joanna of Castile becomes Queen of Aragon; Charles I becomes King of Spain
      • 1518: Pope Leo X appoints Wolsey a Papal Legate
      • 12/1/19: Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Germany and Archduke of Austria, dies
      • 26/10/20:  Charles V is coronated King of Germany
      • 1/12/21:  Pope Leo X dies
      • 9/1/22:  Adriaan Florensz (Boeyens) becomes Pope Adrian VI
      • 14/9/23: Pope Adrian VI dies
      • 19/11/23: Giulio di Giuliano de' Medici becomes Pope Clement VII
      • 24/2/30: Charles V is coronated Holy Roman Emperor
      • 1532: Thomas Cranmer is appointed the resident ambassador at the court of Charles V
      • 22/2/30: Charles V is coronated King of Italy
      • 25/9/34: Pope Clement VII dies
      • 13/10/34: Alessandro Farnese becomes Pope Paul III
      • 1541: Henry declares himself King of Ireland
    • Wars
      • 18/9/23: England invades France
      • 1512: Henry VIII invades France
      • 24/11/42: Battle of Solway Moss
      • 21/6/29: Battle of Landriano
      • 24/2/25: Battle of Pavia
      • 9/9/13: Battle of Flodden
      • 16/8/13: Battle of the Spurs

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