HST 111 Lecture Notes 10:25

HST 111 Lecture Notes 10:25 - Nicolas Canel HST 111...

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Nicolas Canel HST 111 10/25/10 Personal Monarchy Henry VIII & Elizabeth I Henry & his daughter: Henry VIII -Very skilled at Public Relations and image of themselves. -(Much like celebrates these days) -Henry VIII -Portrayed very powerful and manly -Personal monarchy, all that was good about kingship and england was embodied by him -Very dominate in his portrait -Generally posed with his hands on his hips, facing forward, and legs out -Sword of state (willingness to go to war, and holder of state) Hampton Court -Henry VIII instituted it, required the destruction of tons of villages. -Took over and forced the owner to sell it to him Field of the Cloth of Gold -17 day summit meeting -Between Henry VIII and his French Rival Franciua I -Henry brought 5000 people (English nobility, head of states) -Fountains were constructed in this new township that flowed 24 hours a day with wine -300 tents over 120 feet tall, made of canvas and wood -Display of the power and wealth of the two kings of the two nations -Both sought to outdo each other in richness and wealth -
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