The Tudors - THINGS I KEEP FORGETTING

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What is the quote in the rebellions introduction and what play is it from?
In the Shakespearean play Troilus and Cressida, there is a line that states 'take away harmony and see what discord follows'...
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Rober Aske gave the P of G a religious coating. How?
He used the Five wounds of Christ.
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Where was the P of G resurrected and what happened?
Carlisle - the leaders were summarily executed.
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What did Wyatt's rebellion lack, restricting its severity?
A rallying figure, as Elizabeth was under arrest.
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What are the economic factors for the Western Rebellion?
a. They were against the introduction of the tax on cloth and sheep, alongside enclosures. b. Rents had been raised excessively.
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What are the economic factors for Kett's rebelllion?
a. The textile industry had collapsed. b. Against the use of enclosures. c. They complained about the increase of rents, particularly rack renting.
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What is the social factor for Kett's rebellion?
The peasants resented the power of the local gentry.
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What were the economic and social reasons for Wyatt's rebellion?
a. Kent Cloth industry declined = increasing levels of unemployment. b. Wealthy landowners.
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What is the social reason for the Northern rebellion?
The tenantry rose against the gentry.
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What did Henry obtain to help establish himself as King?
A life grant of custom duties.
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What did the Council Learned monitor?
The collection of bonds and recognizances (Edmund Dudley and Richard Empson).
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Why can it be argued that Henry was not a great constitutional innovator?
He was a practitionor of good governance, with astute policies to establish his dynasty.
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What did the Court of Requests deal with?
Legal Cases.
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What did the Court of General Surveyors deal with?
Crown lands.W
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What did the chamber provide during Henry VII's reign?
Effective communication between the King and his ministers.
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What positions did William Cecil hold during his lifetime?
Principal Secretary, Lord Treasurer and Chief Minister.
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What is the quote by Stephen Alford?
'[Cecil] was everywhere and everything in Elizabeth's government'.
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What did Henry VII do to the Royal Council?
He increased it's importance whilst reducing its numbers. Its members met regularly and policy was discussed, but Henry always had the final word.
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What was Henry VII?
King Chief Executive and Head of State.
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How many members did the Privy Council have after it had been reformed by Cromwell?
19
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The Acts abolished a...
medieval system of Marcher Lords and unreformed local laws.
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State the quote for the Acts of Union.
'The people of Wales who couldn't speak English felt that they were aliens in their own country'.
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He used the Five wounds of Christ.

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Rober Aske gave the P of G a religious coating. How?

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Carlisle - the leaders were summarily executed.

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A rallying figure, as Elizabeth was under arrest.

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a. They were against the introduction of the tax on cloth and sheep, alongside enclosures. b. Rents had been raised excessively.

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