The Ploitique Experiment

More radical less catholic died in 1553 age 16

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More radical, less Catholic Died in 1553, age 16 Succeeded by Queen Mary Catholic Married 2 nd cousin, King Philip of Spain (Catholic doctrinaire) Got throne at 37 bitter, conservative, doctrinaire Philip didn’t like her pregnant psychosomatic pregnancy More radical efforts against Protestants
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Late 1555—burned protestants as heretics because of doctrinaire view “Bloody Mary” anticlericalism (peasants v. priests) religious violence public private burning Elizabeth I Turned England towards Protestantism (Politiques) Demanded political loyalty and outward converts Vague prayer book—leeway Equal opportunity persecutor—all kinds of radicals Priesthoods were inherited changed religion a lot all accepted new religions o Visitations to get stubborn priests to accept Outward conformity matched by laypeople church papists catholic, but played the game—benefitted from the land o Still had Catholic books and priests, crossed fingers with host All Elizabeth cared about was outward conformity o Recusants —refused to conform (were fined) 77 days of holy obligation couldn’t hold office almost everyone conformed because they didn’t want poverty no religious civil war good times in England (Shakespeare, colonies) What is Fox’s Book of Martyrs
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  • Fall '12
  • Cavallari
  • Christianity, Civil War, Protestant Reformation, Henry, Elizabeth I of England, Henry IV of France

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