Chapter 10: Henry VIII - English Society in the Reign of Henry VIII

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When did the dissolution of the monasteries begin?
1536 but by 1547 almost 2/3 of monastic land acquired by the Crown had been sold off or granted away.
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When was the Lincolnshire Rising and the Pilgrimage of Grace? Who led it?
October 1536, rebel leader was Robert Aske
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What was the main reason for the uprising?
Huge resentment over the government's religious changes which they felt were happening too quickly.
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Religious motives?
Dissolution of monasteries (loss of charity + education etc), fears for parish churches and traditional practices (1536: Royal injunctions were seen as attacking traditional religious practices).
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Secular motives?
Economic grievances and resentment to taxation + their tenants.
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Suppression of the rebellions
Geographically widespread, popular in terms of participation. Duke of Norfolk sent to quickly supress the rebellion.
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When was the Lincolnshire Rising and the Pilgrimage of Grace? Who led it?

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October 1536, rebel leader was Robert Aske

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Religious motives?

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