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Flashcards in Mary Deck (20):
1

When does Mary arrive in London to be acclaimed Queen?

3rd August 1553

2

When was Mary crowned?

1st October 1553

3

For how many days LJG Queen?

9. She was proclaimed Queen on the 10th July and deposed on the 19th.

4

What happened to LJG after Mary became Queen?

She was found guilty of treason + imprisoned in the Tower of London with her Husband Guildford. They were later executed as LJG's father was implicated in Wyatt's rebellion.

5

What happened to Northumberland after Mary became Queen?

He was executed for his role in the devise + LJG.

6

When was the Act of repeal passed and what did it do?

1553. It undid the Edwardian reformation, thus bringing religion to how it was in 1547 - so English Catholicism.

7

How many protestants fled England?

800

8

Who were Mary's main marriage contenders?

Edward Courtenay (supported by Paget) and Phillip of Spain (supported by Gardiner).

9

What caused Wyatt's rebellion?

Rebellion over Mary's Spanish marriage so included xenophobia and economic slow down in Kent.

10

Why did Wyatts rebellion fail?

A four pronged attack was planned - however only one of these was raised - Wyatts

11

Why did LJG die as a result of Wyatts rebellion?

Her father-Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk-was part of the uprising

12

Who was Simon Renard?

Spanish Ambassador and close adviser to Mary.

13

Who was Cardinal Pole?

Papal Ambassador and Archbishop of Canterbury, returned from Rome in 1555. He was also close to Mary and when the Pope recalled him Mary refused to let him go.

14

What were the royal injuctions?

Issued in 1554 helped to inforce elements of relgion about the clergy. Removed/only ordianed married clergy and restored holy days.

15

When were the Hersey Laws passed and what were they.

Passed in 1554. Makes it treason to not follow religion of Monarch - Catholicism.

16

What was different with the second act of repeal?

It undid the Henrican reformation - so restored religion to the 1529 version (bar monasteries).

17

Who (and when) were the first protestants to be burned?

1555, the Bishops Latimer and Ridley.

18

How many protestants were burned in total?

280

19

Who was Cramner and when did he die?

Former Archbishop of Canterbury; divorced Henry and Catherine of Aragon and had implemented Edward's religious reforms. He was burned in 1555

20

When did Mary die?

17 November 1558