-Treasons Act of 1534 was passed by parliament saying that if someone tries to cover their bigger crimes.
-The act made it rebellious for a king to withhold his ships, castles or artillery.
King Henry VII Act of Supremacy
November 1534 - 1554
-Act of Supremacy was a piece of legislation that granted King Henry VII the supreme head of the Church of England.
-In it King Henry (not the nicest person!!) abandoned Rome completely!
- His daughter repealed the act in 1554.
King Henry VII Death
-King Henry VII died on January 28th 1547 because of his obesity and probably diabetes. His waist measurement was 140cm wide!!
-King Henry's VII last words were, "Monks, Monks, Monks!"
- He was buried in St Georges Chapel in Windors Palace.
Preyer Book Rebellion
-Prayer Book Rebellion was a popular event that occurred in Devon and Cornwall.
-When King Henry VII wanted to change the religion in england from Catholic to Anglican there was a lot anger.
-The battle was bloody and furious and many quote it was a enormous mistake.
English Plague (Black Death)
-The English Plague was a very serious outbreak in 1603. It was consider the second worst out of three outbreaks.
-The plague killed 38,000 people.
Death of Queen Elizabeth I
-Queen Elizabeth I fell sick in the autumn of 1602, many of her friends were passing away and she became depressed.
-In the spring more family and friends died and it was even more hard on her.
-On the morning of March 24th 1603 Queen Elizabeth I died.
James VI becomes King of England
March 1603 - March 1625
-James VI of Scotland became James I of england after Queen Elizabeth died. He was crowned on March 14 1603.
-James I had many followers and worshippers, he was quite the ladies man!
-Guy Fawkes was the leader of a group to assassinate King James I and blow up the House of Lords.
-There was 13 members of the plot, all were executed.
-The Battle of Powick Bridge happened on September 23rd 1642. It was the first major battle with a Royalist victory.
-According to Hugh Peters it was the beginning of England's sorrow.
-The leader for the royalists was Prince Rupert of the Rhine. The leader for the parliamentarians was Colonel Nathan Fiennes. The photo below was where it was fought.
Battle of Edgehill
-The Battle of Edgehill was the first set battle.
-The prelude of the battle with both teams began with them both realizing that the enemy was close and setting up for battle near Edgehill.
- Near the end of the battle a fire took place, the royalists were forced to come back where they came from, but there wasn't a victory.
Long Parliament passes the Licensing Order
June 1643 - 1695
-On June 16th 1643 the Long Parliament passed the Licensing Order.
-This established pre-publication censorship. Over 300 publications were produced as a occurrence of this.
Battle of Marston Moor
-Battle of Marston Moor was a bloody attack that happened on July 2nd 1644.
-The battle was huge because Prince Rupert had gone searching high and low for some fresh, new recruits and found many in northwest england.
-Parliamentarian won the battle.
Battle of Naseby
-Battle of Naseby was fought on June 14th 1645.
-The New Model Army (Parliamentarians) was still being built so King Charles advisors told him to attack them thinking they were weak.
-Parliamentarians won he battle.
End of English Civil War
-The English Civil war ended because King Charles I was executed.
-The English Civil war was won by Parliamentarians.
-The result of the English Civil war was, execution of King Charles I, Charles II in exile, Oliver Cromwell established as the republican Commonwealth and it was won by Parliamentarians.
King Charles I Execution
-King Charles I was executed January 30th 1649 for a "tyrant, traitor, murderer and public enemy to the Commonwealth of England.
-King Charles I wore two shirts as it was a cold day and didn't want his shivering to be mistake for fear.
-After his execution many people dipped their handkerchiefs in his blood as a memento.
Rump Parliament abolishes the English Monarcy
-The Rump parliament was created by Colonel Pride after he abolished the long parliament. The left over members formed the rump parliament.
-On february 27th 1649 the Rump Parliament voted to abandon the English Monarchy. They also made it a law to vote or throne anyone King.
The English Restoration/Glorious Revolution
January 1660 - November 1689
-The english Restoration began when the Scottish, Irish and English monarchies were stored under King Charles II, he's a pretty fun guy!
-This settled this done for a while and kept everything in control, until the Glorious Revolution ended it.
-The Glorious revolution ended the english restoration and was to end King James II with a all-catholic monarchy.
-In November of 1689 King James II fled to france to restore the monarchy.
-A new law called Mutiny Act was made to balance out monarchy and parliament and it worked.