History 1B 2

HideShow resource information
Annulment
The end of a marriage (Annulment suggests that the marriage did not properly take place, unlike divorce, which is the end of a legal marriage)
1 of 7
Anticlericals
people who are aware of 'proven abuses' as they termed the customs of which they were critical in the Roman Catholic Church. They were critical of the personnel, lifestyle and the teaching of the Church.
2 of 7
Attainer
The loss of rights when a man is convicted by parliament of treason or any other serious crime. This also applies to the heirs and often meant the loss of the family estate.
3 of 7
Attainded
The act of Attainder 'attained' nobles who rebelled against the monarch. The attained noble lost their tittle, lands and sometimes his head and his heirs were disinherited.
4 of 7
Bastard Line of Decent
A claim to the throne through illegitimate ancestors
5 of 7
Give an example of a 'Bastard Line of Decent'
Richard Duke of Gloucester claimed Edward IV and Edward V were of 'Bastard Line of Decent'
6 of 7
Bond
A bond was a lump sum of money. The person involved recognised themselves as owning the lump stated, which was not payable if the condition (Usually good behavior) was observed. if the condition was not observed, the sum stated was paid.
7 of 7

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

people who are aware of 'proven abuses' as they termed the customs of which they were critical in the Roman Catholic Church. They were critical of the personnel, lifestyle and the teaching of the Church.

Back

Anticlericals

Card 3

Front

The loss of rights when a man is convicted by parliament of treason or any other serious crime. This also applies to the heirs and often meant the loss of the family estate.

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

The act of Attainder 'attained' nobles who rebelled against the monarch. The attained noble lost their tittle, lands and sometimes his head and his heirs were disinherited.

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

A claim to the throne through illegitimate ancestors

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar History resources:

See all History resources »See all British monarchy - Tudors and Stuarts resources »