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The Political Reformation Notes

The pope excommunicated henry 1534 act of supremacy

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- The Pope excommunicated Henry. - 1534: Act of Supremacy made Henry VIII head of the church in England. It was not yet a protestant church but it was separate from Rome. Third Phase: Crushing the Opposition 1535-1536 - Those opposing were Thomas More, John Fisher (1469-1535 ), Elizabeth Barton - Cromwell was made “Vicegerent” and his job was to investigate possible treason and campaign against any opposition.
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- 1534 Treason Act: removed the stipulation that two witnesses were required for accusation of treason, also anyone denying the king as the head of the church committed treason. Ex) Elizabeth Barton was a teenage girl who had religious visions of the Virgin Mary. She created a spectacle in her local village of Kent. Cardinal John Fisher manipulated the girl to say that the Virgin Mary wanted England to be different. She was burned at the steak for this treason. As was fisher. - London Carthusians were a strict community of monks that were vocal opponents to the king and the reformation. They were captured and some thrown in prison until death, and others were executed.
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  • Fall '09
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  • Henry VIII, Henry VIII (Play), Henry VIII of England, Anne Boleyn, Thomas Cromwell, Henry marries Anne, advisor Thomas Cromwell, Canterbury William Warham

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