The Triumph of Elizabeth: Britain 1547–1603

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Regency Council
The body set up under the terms of Herny VIII's will to exercise power during Edward VI's minority. It was soon set aside by the personal rule of Somerset's Protectorate
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Protectorate
Somerset created himself the king's, Protector
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Heresy
The process of rejecting the established doctrines of the Church. The prescribed penalty for heretics was death by burning.
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Debasing the Coinage
The process by which coins were melted down, to rise money for the government
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Iconocalsm
The destruction of images within churches
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Chantries
Chapels set aside for the singing of masses for response of dead souls in purgatory
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Transubstantiation
The belief that the bread and wine are the actually the blood and body of Christ
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Prerogative powers of the Crown
The right to; call, suspend and dissolve parliament; declare war and make peace; appoint or dismiss ministers and judges; determine the monarch's marriage; name a successor.
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Somerset created himself the king's, Protector

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Protectorate

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The process of rejecting the established doctrines of the Church. The prescribed penalty for heretics was death by burning.

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The process by which coins were melted down, to rise money for the government

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The destruction of images within churches

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