Tudor Key Dates

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War against France
1512-13 (failure)
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Battle of Spurs
1513 (success)
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Battle of Flodden
1513 (success)
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Anglo-French Treaty
1514 (success)
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Traditionalist historians argue
Wolsey wanted to maintain the balance of power
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G.R. Elton
Wolsey sometimes allied with strongest power
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Gunn
flexibility of policy, difficult to identify one guiding principle
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The treaty of london
1518 (success)
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Field of Cloth Of Gold
1520 (little diplomatic use)
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3 power conferance at Calais
1521
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Treaty of Cognac
1526 (achieved nothing)
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Diplomatic Revolution
1525 (failure)
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Treaty of Westminister
1527
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Sack of Rome
1527 (disastrous for Henry)
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Peace of Cambrai
1529 (failure)
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Wolsey became cardinal in
1515
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wolsey made papal legate
1518
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Duke of Buckingham executed
1521
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George Cavandish
lifelong servant, close proximity, no knowledge of political life
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Polydore Vergil
anti-wolsey, personal feud, cast to tower in 1515
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Edward Hall
no personal grudge, anti-cleric, supportive of break with rome, fracophobe
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John Skelton
satirical poet, mercilessly mocks wolsey, played on flaws
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Court of Star Chamber
royal court used by the kings subjects
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court of charcery
decisions here that create legal precedants, cases on property etc
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national enquiry into enclosed land`
1517
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Wolsey raised
£325,000 parliamentary subsides, £250000 (loans), 118,000 15ths&10ths
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Amicable Grant
1525 (failure)
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Purge of privy chamber
1519, expelling rising stars in tudor court
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Hunne Affair
1515
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'defence of the seven sacraments'
1521, penned by thomas more, earned henry defender of the faith
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Humanists
improvement in the intellectual and moral standards of the clergy
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Lollards
radicals, followed wyclif, challanged papal authority, english bible
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Lutheranism
solo scriptura, justification by faith alone, priesthood of all believers
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Supplication of the ordinaries
1532, churchs legal system under Henry's control
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Act of Annates
1532, ended payments to the pope
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New Archbishop
1532, Cramner, held reformed views and sympathetic to divorce
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Act in restraint of appeals
1533, ended appeals to rome and now heard by english courts
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Henry's marriage decalred void
May 1533, Catherine couldnt appeal to Rome
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Act of dispensations
1534, stopped payments to rome including peter's pence
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Act of dispensations
failure to abide resulted in praeminure, all future dispensations issued by Cram
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Act of succession
1534, registered validility of Henrys marriage to Anne
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Act of supremacy
1534, henry made head of the church
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Treason ACT
1534, silenced potential opponents
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Valor Ecclesiasticus
1535, cromwell surveyed all ecclesiastical property
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dissolution of smaller monastries
1536, dissolution of houses with income less than £200 a year
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Court of augmentations
1536
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surrender of greater monastries
1538-40
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Lincolnshire Rising
October 1536
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Yorkshire Rising
Oct-Dec 1536, Robert Aske, 30,000 men marched
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Cramner
reformist ideas, new archbishop
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Cromwell
masterminded the supremacy
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Robert Barnes
Lutheran employed on Germanic diplomatic missions
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Anne Boleyn
crucial in promoting reformers at court
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The Ten Articles
1536, shift to Protestantism, only three sacraments, catholic stance on eucharist ignored
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The bishops book
1537, acknowledge 4 sacraments but deemed them lesser, protestant
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Official Bible in english translation
3,000 bibles printed in 1539
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Anne miscarried
1536, deformed baby
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Anne's fall
May 1536 commited with multiple adultry
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Cromwell's fall
June 1540
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Act of six articles
1539, confirmed trans, private mass and confession and shift to catholocism
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NZLHistory

These 60 flashcards are excellent for testing knowledge of key dates, terms and treaties. Only covers Henry VIII's reign in detail.

NZLHistory

These 60 flashcards are excellent for testing knowledge of key dates, terms and treaties. Only covers Henry VIII's reign in detail.

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