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1

When was the Dissolution of the Monasteries?

1536-41

2

When was the Break from Rome announced?

1533

3

What was Henry's main reason for BfR?

To divorce Catharine Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn

4

In 1535, Henry appointed Cromwell what?

Vicegerent in Spirituals

5

What event happened April 1535?

Letters sent to all Bishops, Nobility and JPs - Imprison any clergymen who still preached Catholicism

6

When/what were the 10 Articles?

1536, they were the first attempt at defining the doctrine of the New English Church

7

What did Cromwell's interjections do in 1536?

Banned Pilgrimages, other religious celebrations, relics, images and worshiping saints.

8

When/what was the Act of Supremacy?

1534, Acknowledged Henry as Head of Church,

9

When/what Treason Act

1534, made it possible to prosecute anyone who didn't swear the oath of allegiance to Henry, and execute them

10

What people fell victim to the Treason Act?

Sir Thomas More
John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester
Both executed in 1535

11

Name some members of the Conservative faction in Court

Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk
John, Lord Hussey
Edward Stanley, Earl of Derby

12

What was the Name for DoM?

Valour Eccsiasticus, started in 1535

13

How much money was raised from DoM between 1535-47?

1.3 million

14

Cromwell hired Commissioners to visit Monasteries, what for?

To weigh up the worth of each monastery and search for evidence of corruption

15

When did Lincolnshire Uprising kick off?

9th October 1536.

16

How many rebels were there in the Lincolnshire Uprising?

10,000 rebels.

17

Who dealt with Lincolnshire and how?

Duke of Suffolk.
Pardoned anyone who left. They all left.

18

Why did Lincolnshire happen?

Visitation of the Clergy caused panic.
Rumours spread that Lincoln would have their weapons and riches stolen. Crowds gathered as a result.

19

When was the Pilgrimage of Grace?

10th October 1536.

20

Who led PoG?

Robert Aske

21

What places in York did PoG rebels capture?

Hull's port and Pontefract Castle.

22

How many rebels did PoG have at it's peak?

30,000

23

How did they deal with PoG?

Duke of Norfolk negotiated with them, promised to bring their demands to the King.
8th December, King called a pardon on all rebels and they all went home.
Aske travelled to London and spend Christmas with the king.

24

What happened to Aske in 1537?

Bigods Rising.
Henry VIII linked Robert Aske to it because of PoG and brought him back to London to be executed.
Hung him from a gibbet in chains until he died.