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QUEEN ELIZABETH I BORN AT GREENWICH PALACE.
ANNE BOLEYN EXECUTED AT THE TOWER OF LONDON.
Elizabeth is imprisoned in The Tower of London and then Woodstock Manor.
Elizabeth is freed.
Queen Mary I dies and Elizabeth becomes Queen Elizabeth I.
Mary, Queen of Scots, is forced to abdicate the throne.
Mary, Queen of Scots, is imprisoned in England after fleeing Scotland.
Elizabeth is excommunicated from the Catholic Church by the Pope.
Ridolfi Plot to assassinate Elizabeth.
Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk, is executed for treason
Elizabeth takes The Netherlands under her protection, beginning the War with Spain
Babington Plot and trial of Mary, Queen of Scots, for treason
Mary, Queen of Scots, is executed at Fotheringay Castle
Defeat of the Spanish Armada
Second Spanish Armada defeated.
The Nevilles of Durham and Percys of Northumberland plot to overthrow Elizabeth and reinstate Roman Catholicism
·Elizabeth's marriage negotiations with the French King's brother (Anjou) dissolve
Pope Gregory XIII announces that killing Elizabeth is not a sin
Act for the Preservation of the Queen's Safety passed
Marriage negotiations with the Duke de Alencon
Death of Queen Elizabeth
Princess Elizabeth is declared a bastard
Mary I, daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, and sister of Elizabeth is proclaimed Queen of England
Queen Elizabeth almost dies of Smallpox
When the Black Death broke out in London in 1563, Queen Elizabeth I moved to Windsor Castle where ordered that anyone coming from London was to be hanged
James I of England, James VI of Scotland, (great-great-grandson of Henry VII) is proclaimed King
'King James Bible' is published
William Shakespeare dies
'Pilgrim Fathers' sail for America in the 'Mayflower'
James I dies and Charles I accedes to the throne
Charles I dissolves parliament and begins 11 years of personal rule
Farming is introduced to England
England the Neolithic farmers made circular monuments called henges. The most famous henge is, of course, Stonehenge.
iron was introduced into England by a people called the Celts and the first swords were made.
The Romans invade Britain. They land in Kent.
Boudicca leads an unsuccessful rebellion against the Romans. She burns the towns of Colchester, St Albans and London
he Vikings raid England for the first time. They sack the monastery at Lindisfarne in north east England
William The Conqueror Conquers
Great Fire of London
Slave Trade is Abolished
Emily Wilding Davison is killed after she steps out in front of the King’s horse at Epsom Derby.
Elizabeth was christened and confirmed by the Bishop of London in the church of Franciscan Friars at Greenwich.
Act of Succession excluded Elizabeth’s sister, Mary, from the succession a
Treasons Act This act made it a treasonable offence to deny any of the King’s titles.
homas More was executed by beheading for refusing to swear the Oath of Supremacy.
Act of Union unified England and Wales and divided the Welsh Marches into 7 shires.
Henry VIII fell from his horse during a joust and was unconscious for two hours
Henry VIII, aged 55 years, died at 2am at Whitehall Palace.
WAR WITH SPAIN
REIGN OF QUEEN ELIZABETH
MARY 1 WAS QUEEN
DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT
ENGLISH CIVIL WAR
WAR OF THE ROSES
REIGN OF KING EDWARD VI
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