Tudor Years

Paperback | August 29, 2003

EditorJohn Lotherington

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The second edition of this popular Years of... title provides core coverage of English history from the emergence of the Tudor dynasty during the Wars of the Roses through to the death of Elizabeth I. The authors analyse the reigns of the respective Tudor monarchs and examine important themesincluding the Tudor Rebellions, economy and society, culture and society, religion in Tudor England, and relations with Scotland, Wales and Ireland during the period. The chapters are detailed yet accessible, and feature up-to-date and stimulating selections of visual and written sourcematerial.

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The second edition of this popular Years of... title provides core coverage of English history from the emergence of the Tudor dynasty during the Wars of the Roses through to the death of Elizabeth I. The authors analyse the reigns of the respective Tudor monarchs and examine important themesincluding the Tudor Rebellions, economy and ...

John Lotherington is Director of the 21st Century Trust and a former Head of History at Haberdashers School.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 9.65 × 7.48 × 0.04 inPublished:August 29, 2003Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0340857749

ISBN - 13:9780340857748

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Preface: How to Use This Book1. The Wars of the Roses2. The Reign of Henry VII3. Henry VIII, 1509-15294. Henry VIII: The Reformation5. Henry VIII: Government and Politics, 1529-15476. Edward VI7. Mary Tudor8. Elizabeth I: Government9. Elizabeth I: Religion10. Elizabeth I: Tudor Foreign Policy11. The Frontier Regions12. Culture and Society13. The Economy and Society of Tudor England14. Tudor Rebellions, 1485-160315. Religion in Tudor England