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- Kurzbeschreibung<p>The book is intended to present the fierce opposition between Catholics and Protestants in 16th century England under the reign of Queen Mary I from 1553 to 1558. By analysing the Marian regime's legislation and the main Royal Injunctions, it becomes explicit that inseparable connections between religion and politics existed at the time. As far as foreign policy is concerned, the book examines the influence of Mary I's husband, the future Philip II of Spain, and the Habsburgs, since the marriage ultimately left its mark on the 'European balance of power'. In order to give a comprehensive summary of the religious matters that characterized the era of Mary Tudor, the book pays attention not just to Mary's legislation and attitude towards the Protestants, but also to the possible motives behind the spread of heresy in England from the late 14th century, to the antecedents of Mary I's reign, and also to the consequences of the Marian regime. The analysis provided in the book can be useful for everyone who wishes to learn more about English history concerning Reformation and Counter-Reformation.</p>
- AutorRita Egeresi
- VerlagLAP Lambert Academic Publishing
- Seiten72 Seiten
- Gewicht113 g
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