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  Social Change and 16th Century England
.... Thomas Wolsey, who began as Henry VII's chaplain in 1505, and eventually earned the titles of Archbishop of York in 1513 and Lord Chancellor of England in 1515 ....
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The Renaissance
.... England, the recovery was slower than in the rest of Europe, and in the 100 or so years before the Tudor reign began with Henry VII, England was underpopulated ....
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Impact of the Renaissance
.... England, the recovery was slower than in the rest of Europe, and in the 100 or so years before the Tudor reign began with Henry VII, England was underpopulated ....
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The Renaissance & Changes Throughout Europe
.... England, the recovery was slower than in the rest of Europe, and in the 100 or so years before the Tudor reign began with Henry VII, England was underpopulated ....
(762 3 )

Political Changes in 18th Century England
.... the rulers began to change with revolutionary fervor in America and in England. .... New to the Old Whigs (Indianapolis: Library of Liberal Arts, 1962 [1791]), vii. ....
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Catherine of Aragon
.... At the age of three, she was matched as future wife with the two-year- old Arthur, the son of the king of England, Henry VII. At ....
(1335 5 )

Monarchies of Spain and England
.... that the (nonroyal) political leaders and by extension the people of England attach to .... man who was to become Edward VIII was a grandson of Edward VII, the bon ....
(5174 21 )

The Life of Henry VIII
.... When Arthur died unexpectedly, young Henry at eighteen years of age became the King of England a year later when Henry VII died. ....
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The Life of Henry VIII
.... When Arthur died unexpectedly, young Henry at eighteen years of age became the King of England a year later when Henry VII died. ....
(1272 5 )

Eleanor of Aquitaine
.... Like her marriage to Louis VII, EleanorÆs marriage to the future king of England, Henry Plantagenet, a decade her junior, was arranged due to her vast land ....
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Divorce During the Protestant Reformation
.... Secondly, even with the various laws that were enacted in England after the affair between Henry VII and Pope Clement VII, the various legalisms surrounding ....
(1749 7 )

A Convenient Villain: Richard III
.... Elizabeth I was the great-great niece of Richard III, who briefly ruled England before Elizabeth's grandfather, Henry Tudor (Henry VII) defeated him in battle ....
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The Reign of the Tudors and the Stuarts
.... The law and the church clashed under Henry VII, who had a sense of himself .... Henry VIII was king of England from 1509 to 1547, and he instigated the Reformation ....
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Henry VIIIs Break From the Catholic Church
.... Thomas Wolsey, who began as Henry VII's chaplain in 1505, and eventually earned the titles of Archbishop of York in 1513 and Lord Chancellor of England in 1515 ....
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A Man for All Seasons
.... Italy during this period, and because of his influence Pope Clement VII could not .... More, and in 1532 with Thomas Cromwell, who proposed that England break with ....
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Eleanor of Aquataine
.... Bernard of Clairvaux, Louis VII and German emperor Conrad III organized their own separate military expeditions .... Two years later Henry became king of England. ....
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Eleanor of Aquataine
.... Bernard of Clairvaux, Louis VII and German emperor Conrad III organized their own separate military expeditions .... Two years later Henry became king of England. ....
(1346 5 )

Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy
.... Yet Moore cites "England's relatively weak version of royal absolutism," which may be an .... the War of the Roses, with the accession of Henry Tudor (VII), had the ....
(2299 9 )

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
.... began to move with voluntary motion'" (Joseph vii). The extraordinary means form the basis for Frankenstein. At the time the novel was written, England was on ....
(1830 7 )

The Navy Before Henry VIII
.... In general, the fleet built by Henry VII, though not as numerous as the ships owned .... to a true fighting fleet to be found in post-Conquest England save perhaps ....
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The English Reformation
.... many have since speculated that in spite of the Reformation Henry VII was in .... the English Reformation has resulted in a positive of sorts for England in that it ....
(1635 7 )

William Marshall
.... In 1173, King Louis VII of France intrigued against Henry II of England, over Henry's discretion in granting to his legitimate sons sovereignty over certain ....
(3004 12 )

Two Contemporary Royal Houses
.... that the (nonroyal) political leaders and by extension the people of England attach to .... man who was to become Edward VIII was a grandson of Edward VII, the bon ....
(5212 21 )

Historical Views of Richard III
.... Tudor on August 22, 1485, the new king, Henry VII issued a royal proclamation dated one day earlier, declaring himself the rightful king of England, by right ....
(1324 5 )

History of Transportation I. INTRODUCTION Perception and realit
.... VII INLAND WATER TRANSPORTATION A. Natural Waterways Limited available of navigable rivers in England; however, lower Thames a very important transportation ....
(2175 9 )

Changes in Power
.... Still, Hall says they were not as strict as in England, where many more crimes were considered capital offenses. .... VII, no. 164. Boston, 1641.
(2036 8 )

Subordinate People in Early American History
.... Still, Hall says they were not as strict as in England, where many more crimes were considered capital offenses. .... VII, no. 164. Boston, 1641.
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Richard II and Richard III
.... when Richard III is defeated some thirty years later and Henry VII comes to .... Once he travels to Ireland, Henry invades England and has Richard imprisoned upon ....
(2312 9 )

Religious melancholia
.... ôthe spiritual sickness once known as religious melancholyo (vii-viii). .... of the unconverted in a religion [specifically, New England Protestantism] demanding ....
(2219 9 )

Salem Witchcraft Trials of 1692
.... plays covering English history from Richard II to Richard III, which closes with the accession of Henry VII, Elizabeth's grandfather, to the throne of England. ....
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