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Accepting Henry VIII's declaration about relics
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How relics were declared to be invalid in Henry VIII's new church.
Edward VI attacks the belief in purgatory
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King Edward VI, a committed Protestant reformer, attacked Catholic belief in purgatory.
Elizabeth I and the revival of Protestantism
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Examining how Elizabeth I made England Protestant again.
How Elizabeth I made the Protestant religion secure in England
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How the Spanish Armada and Catholic hostility helped make the Protestant religion secure.
How did the Reformation change church buildings?
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Changes to the church in Edward VI's reign and how these changes affected churches.
Interpretations of witchcraft
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Are popular interpretations of witchcraft accurate?
Queen Mary I tortures non-Catholics
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Mary's policies towards Protestants are explored and motives for her actions are examined.
Queen Mary I's reintroduction of Catholicism
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The accession of Mary, the reintroduction of Catholicism in Tudor England and its impact.
The Pilgrimage of Grace
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The rebellion against Henry VIII's religious changes, known as the Pilgrimage of Grace.
The Reformation and religion in 16th century Britain
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Why religion was integral to Tudor England life and why the Reformation was so important.