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Britain since the Romans 3 : The Reformation and the Civil War 1485 - 1688

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1 Britain since the Romans 3 : The Reformation and the Civil War

2 Henry VIII Edward VI Lady Jane grey Mary Elizabeth James I Charles I

3 Martin Luther

4 Some of the ideas of the reformation -Against corruption in the church -For a personal relationship with God -Less separation between priests and others -No transubstantiation -No papal infallibility

5 Selling indulgences

6 A statue of Martin Luther

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8 John Knox

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10 Henry VIII separating the English church from Rome, for political reasons -The dissolution of the monasteries The pilgrimage of grace 1536

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12 Henry VIII

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14 Biland monastery

15 The pilgrimage of grace

16 Edward VI Creating a protestant church in England -The book of Common Prayer -Priests have the right to marry

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18 Mary The return of catholicism -Marrried priests must leave their wives -Link with Rome is re-established -« heretics » including Cranmer are burnt at the stake -But the monasteries are not restored to the church

19 Thomas Cranmer

20 Cranmer’s execution

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23 Elizabeth I Stabilizing the Anglican church -Attending Anglican services is obligatory -The new book of common prayer The thirty nine articles 1563

24 Elizabeth I

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26 Edmund Campion

27 John Southworth

28 James I Increasing conflict with parliament 1603 Millenary petition King James’ Bible

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32 Charles I The rise of absolutism and the road to civil war

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37 New Model Army at Putney

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39 Oliver Cromwell then Richard Cromwell The English Republic OR The Commonwealth OR The inter-regnum 1649 Charles executed 1653 Instrument of governement 1655 The rule of the Major-Generals 1657 Humble petition and advice

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41 Charles II Declaration of Breda

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