Tudor rebellions flashcards Unit 1

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What were the rebellions that 3 Tudor Monarch faced that had dynastic issues as a cause?
H7 - Lovell and Stafford / Simnel/ Warbeck Mary- Devise for Sucession and Wyatt E1 - Northern Earls/ Essex
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What were the political issues?
Dynastic issues/ Evil Councillors/ Faction/ Government Intervention
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What were the religious issues?
Opposition to Catholic or protestant reforms or slow enforcement of protestant reforms by protestants
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What were the economic issues?
Tax/Enclosure/ Famine and disease/ Inflation/ Social issues
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Who did Warbeck impersonate?
The Duke of York
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Who did Simnel impersonate?
The Earl of Warwick
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Who were the Earls who challenged Elizabeth in 1569?
The Earls of Northumberland and Westmorland (and Norfolk)
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Who did Richard III name as his heir?
The Earl of Lincoln, John de la Pole
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Who were the 'evil councillors' in the Cornish rebellion of 1497?
Reginald Bray and John Morton
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How many councils did Henry 7th hold during his reign? Who with?
5 great councils with the old nobility
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Who was considered part of the Aragonese faction in the Pilgrimage of Grace?
Lords Hussey and Darcy
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Why did the Northern Earls rebel?
Thier own political positions as they were Catholics, heckled by their wives and financial difficulty. Northumberlands post as Warden of the Marches handed to a rival.
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What was the cause of the first Desmond rebellion 1569-73?
Resented the colonisation of Ireland and martial law, brutality towards Irish
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Which clans lived in Ireland?
Butlers, O'Donells, Fitzgeralds, Kildares
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What was the cause of the second Desmond rebellion in 1579-
Religious, rallied Irish catholics against English rule and E's excommunication. English settlers and Dublin administration.
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How many foreign troops were given to Fitzgerald during his rebellion in 1569?
600 from the pope
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How large was the revolt against Elizabeth in Ireland from 1595-1603?
nation wide
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What did Kett's rebels want to do with Protestant reforms?
Advance the Protestant reformation
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What did the Act of 10 Articles stress?
Importance of Baptism, penance, and less significance on marriage, holy orders and the last rites.
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What did the Western rebels want the return of?
Catholic mass and the return of papal images
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What religion was Kent?
Protestant
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Where did Wyatt get support from as he travelled?
Maidstone Protestants
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Did all the rebels follow the Northern Earls?
They had a sincere attachment to the Catholic faith, not because they followed the Earls.
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Which Earl was killed collecting tax during the Yorkshire rebellion?
Henry Percy, Earl of Norhtumberland
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What percentage of revenue were the clergy forced to pay in 1525?
25%
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Which rebellions contained enclosure?
Pilgrimage of Grace / Kett/ Oxfordshire
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What years were the worst for famine?
1596-7
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How much did inflation increase over the Tudor period?
350%
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Which rebellion resembled a class war?
Kett - Commons vs Gentry
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What were the Western rebel concerns?
rising food and wool prices
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What did the Statute of Uses do?
It made landowners keep their estates singular rather than divided amongst heirs
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