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Tudor England

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  • 1. TUDOR ENGLAND Week 9: Rebellion, Restoration and Unrest
  • 2. TUDOR AGE
    • The Tudor Age began in 1485 when Henry VII seized the throne of England.
    • The age lasted for about 100 years, the end was signified by the death of Elizabeth I (Henry VIII’s daughter) in 1603.
    • Britain was in peaceful condition and more stable compared with the previous age.
    • Minor wars between England, Scotland and France
    • It was the last war with French.
    • Britain became a more prosperous country.
  • 3. Other developments
    • Industry and farming developed.
    • Overseas trade expanded.
    • New ocean’s routes across the Atlantic and Indian were opened up.
    • One of the greatest British explorers was Francis Drake.
    • England grew stronger than her neighbours
    • Scotish and British crowns were united in 1603. By that time Ireland was also controlled by England.
  • 4. Henry VII
    • Henry Tudor, the first of the Tudor Kings was grown up in Wales.
    • On the death of Henry VI he found out that he was the head of the House of Lancaster.
  • 5. English Reformation
    • The most important event during the Tudor Age is the Reformation of English Church.
    • The Reformation separated the English Church from the control of the Roman Catholic Church.
    • This caused conflict with Catholic nations such as Spain.
  • 6. Henry VIII
    • King Henry VIII was an intelligent ruler who kept his nobles by offering them important offices or land in exchange for their support.
    • He chose advisers who were smart and loyal.
    • He returned the wealth of the monarchy by means of raising rents, forcing the nobles to pay heavy fines and increased taxes.
    • Even though he had more prominences than his father, Henry VII, Henry VIII became king just by accident, because his elder brother, Arthur, died young.
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