The Reformation in the British Isles 10\/22 - The Reformation in the British Isles Henry VIII Why the Isles England Act of State Scotland Act of Faith

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The Reformation in the British IslesHenry VIIIWhy the Isles?
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Pilgrimage of Grace, 1536-71540: 500 Evangelicals denouncedslow reformationused to hiding soulsHenry VIII dies in 1547Edward, “The Godly Imp”1547: 9 years oldcommitted protestantexiles pour in1549 western risingbook of Common Prayer (1549, 1552)Died in 1553Bloody Mary1553: 37 years oldPopular rising in favor1554 marries Phillip II1554 Wyatt’s rebellion1555 Royal Supremacy Repealed800 flee, 300 burned1558 diesLady Elizabeth1558, 25 years oldfocus on rule, not religionact of Uniformity, 1559Go to church, leave imagesno more reform or persecutionsdies 1603DangersStill the only protestant monarch in EuropeCatholic Heir: Mary, Queen of Scots1569: Rebellion of the NOrthern Earls1570: Pope excommunicates1571, 1583, 1586: Plots!
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