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Tudor England.

Bindoff, S. T.

Tudor England.

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Published by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in English


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SeriesPelican history of England
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Open LibraryOL21240863M


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John Guy's compelling new history is the most complete account of that momentous period to appear in over thirty years.5/5(1).

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Mary Tudor became the first to change this trend as no legitimate heirs to the throne were male. Although she was the daughter of Henry VIII, the task of becoming queen was not so easy. The Book of the Martyrs is possibly one of the most important printed political texts within the Tudor Dynasty, not only because it was written by a subject in order to express his political briefs and opinions, but also because it represented a c ollaboration between authors to create such a book.

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Tudor England by John Guy; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Civilization, History, House of Tudor; Places: England, Great Britain; People: House of Tudor; Times: 16th century, Tudors, I have to point out that when Henry Tudor invaded inyes he did usher in a time of peace and stability to a certain extent, but the previous 16 years had actually been totally peaceful in England and that both Edward IV and Richard III were good administrators, the latter having kept the north of England stable for several years under his brother.

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Onyeka's book is about the presence, status and origins of Africans in Tudor England. In it Onyeka argues that these people were present in cities and towns throughout England, but that they did not automatically occupy the lowest positions in Tudor society/5(33).

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The Fall of Seymour. John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland. John Dudley and Government. Accession Crisis of. Book Description. The Supernatural in Tudor and Stuart England reflects upon the boundaries between the natural and the otherworldly in early modern England as they were understood by the people of the book places supernatural beliefs and events in the context of the English Reformation to show how early modern people reacted to the world of unseen spirits and magical influences.

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This volume provides the essential history of the Tudors up to the death of Elizabeth I, who kept power with a rare skill and subtlety, and whose death led to the union of the crowns of England and Scotland and the end of the Tudor line.