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What was most of the country made of in 1500?
Forest and Greenland
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What did they do to make extra money?
They spun and wove with sheep's wool
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What is 'wattle'?
It is a kind of wood
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What were the materials for the rich peoples houses?
Brick and daub
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What do you call a person who had no home or job?
A vagrant
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What religion was England in 1500?
Catholic
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What did they believe after you died?
They believed that you had to pass through Purgatory to be punished for your sins before you went to Heaven or Hell
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What does it mean to be a 'indulgences'?
It means that you were not punished for your sins
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Who was Martin Luther?
He was a monk
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What religion was Martin Luther?
He was a Protestant
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What was the movement they led against the Catholic Church called?
Reformation
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Did the Catholic church allow Divorce?
No
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Where did monks live?
In monasteries
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Who became king after Henry VIII died?
His son Edward VI
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At what age did Edward die?
At the age of 16
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What was Mary's nickname?
Bloody Mary
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Why was she called this?
She was called this because she killed many Protestants who refused to turn back to the Catholic faith
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Did Elizabeth I ever get married?
No
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Who got the crown after Elizabeth I?
Her cousin James Stuart, who was the King of Scotland
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At what year did James Stuart become king?
In 1603
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What did James do to Catholics because he was Protestant?
He took their money and put them in prison
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WHat did the Catholics do about King James?
They plotted to blow up the House of Parliament with Gunpowder
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What was this known as?
The Gunpowder Plot
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Who did some hitorians believe started this?
The King's Chief Minister, Sir Robert Cecil
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When was King James told about the Gunpowder plot?
On the 27th October 1605
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Who was King Charles I
He was the son of King James
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What were the king's supporters called?
Royalists or Cavalier
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What were the parliament's supporters called?
Roundheads or Parliamentarians
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Where were the key battles take place?
Edgehill, Marston Moor and Naseby
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Who was Oliver Cromwell?
He was part of Parliament but after they got rid of Charles he became Lord Protector
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What happened after Cromwell died?
His son was not strong enough to take over so the son of King Charles I was invited back and turned into King Charles II
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