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  • Period: 1509 to 1547

    Reign of Henry VIII

  • Oct 31, 1517

    Martin Luther's 95 thesis

    Martin Luther's 95 thesis
    He nailed his critics of the Catholic Church on the door of Wittenberg's university
  • 1526

    Tyndale Bible

    Tyndale Bible
    The New Testament was translated to English by William Tyndale
  • 1533

    Act in restraint of appeals

    Gave the king the legal power to annul marriages
  • 1534

    Act of Supremacy

    The king was made Supreme Head of the church of England
  • Period: 1536 to 1537

    The Pilgrimages of Grace

    Rebellions in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, people were against the attacks on the monasteries. They lasted 6months.
  • Period: 1545 to 1563

    Council of Trent

    The symbol of Counter Reformation
  • Period: 1547 to 1553

    Reign of Edward VI

    He was nicknamed the "young king". During his reign a series of measures pushed England towards protestantism.
  • Jan 15, 1549

    Book of Common Prayer

    Book of Common Prayer
  • Period: 1553 to 1558

    Reign of Mary I

    She restored Catholicism in 18 months.
  • Period: 1555 to 1558

    "Bloody Mary"

    Protestantism was confined to secrecy as heretics were burned between 1555 and 1558.
  • Period: 1558 to

    Reign of Elizabeth I

  • 1559

    Act of Supremacy

    Restored her authority over the Church
  • Period: 1563 to 1571

    The 39 Articles of faith

    Stated the doctrine of the Church. Brought important changes to the religious landscape. It is still in use today.
  • 1569

    The Northern Rebellion

    The Northern Rebellion
    Rebellion against religious reforms. It was crushed.
  • 1570

    Elizabeth is excommunicated

    Elizabeth is excommunicated
    Pope Pius V excommunicates Elizabeth in his papal bull : "Regnans in Excelsis".
  • 1581

    The 1581 Act

    It provided for the death penalty for any person converting, or already converted to Catholicism.
  • Execution of Mary Queen of Scots

    Execution of Mary Queen of Scots
  • The Babington plot

    The Babington plot
    An encripted letter from a Catholic Group was addressed to Mary Queen of Scots and was deciphered by one of the Queen counselor's
  • The defeat of the Spanish Armada

    The defeat of the Spanish Armada
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    James I reign

  • The Gunpowder plot

    The Gunpowder plot
    A conspiracy devised by a small group of catholics to blow up the english parliament and kill James I
  • Establishment of Jamestown in Virginia

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    The Starving Time

  • The Great Contract

    A series of financial reforms the Parliament tried to implement to regulate James' spendings
  • The king's James Bible

    The king's James Bible
    A new English Translation of the Bible
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    Thirty years war

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    Reign of Charles I

  • Petition of rights

    The members of Parliament requested the King to recognise the illegality of extra parliamentary taxation, billeting, martial laws, imprisonnement without trial
    They wanted Charles to recognise that there were limits to his powers
  • The Three Resolutions

    Declared that whoever tried to bring in “Popery or Arminianism) or to alter the protestant forms of the Church of England was an enemy of the Kingdom
    As well as anyone advising the King to collect custom duties without Parliament’s consent
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    Personal Rule

    11 years where the King ruled without calling a Parliament ; Historians called it “ The eleven years tyranny)
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    The Scottish Crisis

    The introduction of the New prayer book set scotland aflame. The changes were deemed unacceptable.
    widespread rebellion known as the Bishop’s war
  • The Bishop's War

    The Bishop's War
  • The Irish Rebellion

    The Irish Rebellion
    An armed revolt broke out in Ireland.Irish Catholics rebels rose up against protestants settlers which led to the Massacre of 3000 to 4000 protestants
  • The Militia Act

    The Mp's passed this act that claimed the army should be placed under the control of a general appointed by parliament
  • The GRand Remonstrance

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    The first civil war

  • Charles declared war on Parliament

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    The second civil war

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    Second civil war

  • England is declared a Commonwealth

  • Irish Rebellions

    Led by Catholics, brutal repression by Cromwell's troops (every man woman and children killed). Massacres in Drogheda and Wexford
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    The Interregnum

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    The commonwealth

  • The King's execution

    The King's execution
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    The Protectorate

    Military dictatorship, Cromwell was named Lord Protectorate
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    Reign of Charles II

  • Restoration

    After the declaration of Breda in 1660, where Charles II promised changes in exchange of Restoration
  • The Popish Plot

    Rumors that the French attempted to kill the King and to replace him by his Catholic brother, James II
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    The exclusion Crisis

    Parliament tried to remove James from succession , attacking the Divine Rights of King
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    Reign of James II

  • Glorious revolution

    Parliament invited the KIng's son in law to invade England and seize the crown.
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    Reign of William III

    Constitutional monarchy, he ruled with his wife.
  • The Bill of Rights

  • The Act of Settlement

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    Seven Years’ War

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    American War of Independence