Britain 1485-1487

In depth study into Britain 1483-1529.

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  • Consolidation of Henry VII
  • Marriage to Elizabeth of York
  • Coronation
  • Tudor propaganda

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And where?
Bosworth Field
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When did Henry VII date his reign from?
21 of August
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Why is this date significant?
It was before Bosworth so traitors could be punished
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How did Henry decide to punish any traitors if he could?
Acts of Attainder
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On what date did Henry Tudor march to London?
September 1485
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Who were the two groups of people that Henry VII favoured for his counsel and government?
Exiled friends and Clerics
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Who were the first of the King's decisions made with?
Friends and family
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Why was Henry VII reluctant to give land and titles away as rewards?
To keep the crown with more power
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Who became Henry VII's Lord Chamberlain?
William Stanley
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How did Henry VII want to appear at his coronation?
Regal
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What did Henry VII issue to call a Parliament
Writs
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When did the first Parliament meet?
November 1485
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Select one of the issues they dealt with
Reversing Richard III's acts of attainder
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When did Henry VII marry Elizabeth of York?
January 1486
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What did this marriage do politically?
United Yorkists and Lancastrians
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What was the act of Tunnage and Poundage that the first parliament passed?
Raise revenue from imported goods
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Select an example of Tudor propaganda.
The Tudor rose
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Who proclaimed Henry Tudor as the New King of England?
Lord Stanley
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