July 10, 2020
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16th and 17th Century (1485-1660) By Douglas Rotan
⟶ Updated 13 Oct 2017 ⟶
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1517 Luther's 95 Theses was written. A list of debatable questions and propositions for debate for the Catholic church. Legend states that Luther defiantly nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg church.
1509 England was majority Catholic
1533 Act of Succession Henry VII required that male citizens take an oath recognize Anne Boleyn as their rightful queen.
1534 Henry VIII declares himself to be the England church. As apart of the Act of Supremacy
Henry VII married the daughter of Edward IV
1557 Tortel Songs and Sonnets A collection of poems by Sir Thomas Wyatt, Henry Howard, and several others.
1584 William of Orange was assassinated. A leading figure in Prontantism.
1588 The English defeats that the Spanish Armada.
1607 Jamestown is established
1603 Death of Eizabeth 1
1605 Gunpowder Plot Catholic Extremists tried to destroy Parliament and the King.
1649 Chalres I Excecuted
1642 Theater closes because of Civil War
1576 Building of the Theater The first permanent structure in England.
1533 Edward IV Dies of Sickness
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1558 Oliver Cromwell
1660 Richard Cromwell
1603 James I reign and the start of House of Stuart 1603-1625
Charles I reigns 1625-1649
Elizabeth I Protestant Rule
Dissolution of Monestaries Henry VII disbanded monasteries, priories, convents and friaries in England, 1536-1541
1553-1558 Under her reign she restored Roman Catholicism
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