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Introduction to Early Modern England (Tudors)

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Kit Marlowe

on 3 October 2016

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Transcript of Introduction to Early Modern England (Tudors)

The Three Rs
Protestant Reformation

Martin Luther
95 Theses nailed to the castle church of Wittenberg's door
31 October 1517
The Early Modern Period (Renaissance)



Hard to pinpoint specific dates. Earliest would be 1485 (end of War of the Roses), runs until 1660.
The Restoration
1660, Charles II resumes the throne after the English Civil War, Cromwell's victory, and the Interregnum.
Ruled from 21 April 1509 until 28 January 1547.
Married six times.
17 December 1538, Henry VIII was excommunicated by the Pope.
Henry VIII
War of the Roses: the House of Lancaster (red) and the House of York (white).
Henry VII's victory at the Battle of Bosworth Field (1485), where Richard III died, begins the Tudor dynasty.
The Tudors
28 January 1547 -
6 July 1553

Protestant
Edward VI
19 July 1553 - 17 November 1558

Catholic
Mary I, aka: Bloody Mary
17 November 1558 -
24 March 1603

Protestant

Elizabeth I
Great Chain of Being

Body Politic

Chaos
ORDER!
Class mobility

Protean identity formation
Self-Fashioning
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