9. Anne Boleyn – Henry VIII wanted to divorce Catherine of Aragon to marry?
10. Pope – Henry VIII first asked the …. for a divorce in 1527 – but he said no.
11. Head – In 1534 Henry VIIIdeclared himself …. of the Church of England and got a divorce.
12. Elizabeth – In 1533 Anne Boleyn gave birth to ?
13. Executed – Henry VIII …….. Anne Boleyn by beheading.
14. Jane Seymour – In 1537 she died aftergiving birth to Edward.
15. Son – Between 1509 and1537 Henry VIII was desperatefor a ?
16. Catherine of Aragon – Henry VIII’s 1st wife. Married1509, she had been married to Arthur, Henry’s brother.
17. Economic – This word means to do with money.
18. Political – This is a reason to do with power.
19. Pope Clement VII – In 1527Henry VIII asked him for a divorce.
20. Defender of the Faith – Title given to HenryVIII by Pope Leo X for writing a book (Defence of the Seven Sacraments, 1. Baptism 2. Eucharist 3. Reconciliation 4. Confirmation 5. Marriage 6. HolyOrders and 7. Anointing of the Sick) defending the Catholic Church in 1521.
21. Emperor Charles V – Nephew ofCatherine of Aragon. I’m the most powerful man inEurope, the Holy Roman Emperor. I own parts of Germany, Holland, Spain & Italy. If the Pope arranges the divorce of my niece, Catherine, I’ll invade the Pope’s lands in Italy. So watch out!
23. Henry VII – The first Tudormonarch who reigned from 1485-1509. He became king afterwinning the Battle of Bosworth in1485.
24. Parliament – Made up of theKing and important men; a placeto talk (from the French parler, ‘totalk’).
25. Treason – When a person tries toplot against the king or queen. Usually it iswith the intention of helping another personbecome the monarch.
26. Cardinal Wolsey – Lord Chancellorand Henry VIII’s chief advisor – died in 1530 after falling out of favour with Henry.
27. SirThomasCromwell – (c.1485 – 28 July 1540) was anEnglish statesman whoserved as King Henry VIII’schief minister from 1532 to1540. ,,,,,,,, rose to suchpower because he was oneof the strongest advocates ofthe English Reformation, theEnglish Churchs break withthe papacy in Rome. Thisbreak was vital to KingHenry since he wanted hismarriage to Catherine ofAragon declared null so hecould marry Anne Boleyn.
28. Mary Rose – Built in Portsmouth (1509-10) she was thought to be named after Henry VIII’s sister Mary and the rose, the Tudor emblem. She was one of the earliest purpose-built warships to serve in the Royal Navy. She displaced 500 tons (700 tons after 1536),was 38.5 m long and 11.7 m beam and her crew consisted of 200 sailors,185 soldiers, and 30 gunners. After serving for over thirty years, she sank in the Solent during an engagement with the French fleet on 19 July 1545. Flagship of Henry VIII sank in 1545- but raised in 1982.
29. Dissolution of the Monasteries – Theadministrative and legal processes between 1536 and 1541 by which Henry VIIIdisbanded ……….., nunneries and friaries in England, Wales and Ireland;appropriated their income, disposed of their assets and provided for their formermembers. He was given the authority to do this in England and Wales by the Act ofSupremacy, passed by Parliament in 1534, which made him Supreme Head of theChurch in England; and by the (1536) and the Second Suppression Act (1539).
30. Hampton Court Palace – Henry VIII lived here in London.
31. Mary I – Eldest child of Henry VIII –born in 1516 and only surviving child ofCatherine of Aragon.
32. Edward VI – Male heir of Henry VIII – whose mother was Jane Seymour.
33. English Reformation – TheEnglish Reformation was the series of events in 16th century England by which the Church ofEngland first broke away from the authority of the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church.
34. Henry FitzRoy – Bessie Blount gave birth to Henry’s only illegitimate son that he recognized; born in 1519 but he died in 1536.