The British Reformation Causes and Courses:
Development of religious reform.
1520s the Atlantic Archipelago was entirely Roman Catholic who were loyal to the
Pope in Rome and they heard Latin services.
1560s the Tudor regime broke
Marian Counter-Reformation 1553-1558:
Mary Tudor was a very devout Catholic and she advocated a return to the Roman
Her reign became known as the reign of Bloody Mary.
She had many people burned at the stake for their beliefs this was ext
The British Reformations: Consequences:
Official Religious Settlements c. 1565:
The entire Atlantic Archipelago is technically a Protestant area both the Tudors and
the Stuarts have rejected the Roman Catholic Church as well as their respective
The Union of 1707: Bought and Sold for English Gold?
Anglo-Scottish Relations Were the two countries converging or diverging before
The Union of 1707 controversial time now and then in Scotland and amongst
Moment in which the British sta
War in the Three Kingdoms:
What Was at Stake?
The nature of monarchy Thomas Hobbes Leviathan in support of absolute
Was sovereignty absolute or limited?
Did sovereignty lie in the hands of the King across the 3 kingdoms or were there