Elizabeth I (12 quick questions)

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When was the Northern Rebellion and why?
1569 because Mary Queen of Scots arrived the year before so became a figurehead for the Catholic Northern Earls, as well as the resentment from the Protestant base of the Religious Settlement
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How many times was Parliament called and what was the main reason?
13 times, 11 of these was to raise taxes
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What were the main factions at court until 1588?
Cecil (Burghley) and Dudley (Leicester)
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What was the main factions at the end of Elizabeth's reign (up until 1601)
Cecil (Robert) and Devereux (Essex)
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What was the Royal Injunction of 1559?
Allowed the ol vestments to be worn during service by the clergy, and the communion table to stand where the altar stood.
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How much of the English trade did the cloth trade with Antwerp count for?
75%
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What did the ermine symbolise in Elizabeth's portraiture?
Virtue, purity and royalty
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Name 3 of Elizabeths suitors
Anjou, Dudley, Philip II, Charles Archduke of Austria, Eric of Sweden, Many Kings of France
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Give 3 reasons that the Spanish Armada failed
Bad weather, Duke of Medina Sidonia, Inexperienced Spanish sailors, really experienced English Sailors, English Ingenuity, better English ships ect...
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When was the Accession?
1558
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Name 3 protestant reformers
Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin
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Name Mary, Queen of Scots three husbands
The King of France (Francis II), Lord Darnley, and Lord Bothwell
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