CLASS 3 South Asian Studies european monarchy notes -...

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CLASS 3 South Asian Global StudiesHenry VIII- 1533 dissolution of the monasteries- breaks down catholic hierarchy - forces them to become protestant/Anglican- entire landscape of England is “pockmarked” with burned and destroyed abbeys  - people are ruled by their beliefs, Christian belief has absolute domination over people- eternal damnation, spending an eternity in hell, people live lives of great fear and piousness - Henry forces them to convert anyway, starts with his courtiersSir Thomas More- Henry was very fond of More- More was chancellor of the ex-checker - More does not convert, he gets thrown into the tower of London, eventually be-headed- Thomas More becomes a catholic martyr Ann B- Gives him Elizabeth
Jane Seymour- gives him Edward, son (who dies at age 9)-loves herAnne of Cleavs- arranged marriage-divorce- no childrenWives of HenryCatherine, Ann B. (henry charges his with incest, adultery), Jane Seymour (gives him son named Edward), Katherine Howard (courtier’s daughter, kills her), Anne of Cleavs (no child), Katherine Parr (no children, she outlives him)Queen Mary Tudor (daughter of Catherine and Henry)- Makes England a catholic state once again

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Term
Spring
Professor
arcilla
Tags
Sir Francis Drake, Henry VIII, Jane Seymour, Global Studies Henry

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