Henry VIII. Reformer of England for good? Or an old fashioned king motivated by his own interest who created more problems in the long term?
Which dynasty did Henry VII establish?
How many wives did Henry VIII have?
What was the 'Field of the Cloth of Gold'?
A battlefield in the Anglo-French war of 1512 to 1514.
Treaty negotiations between England and France in 1520.
The celebrations when Henry VIII married Anne Boleyn in 1533.
Why did Henry VIII want to divorce Catherine of Aragon?
He wanted a male heir
They had no children
Catherine of Aragon was a Protestant
Who did Henry VIII want to marry instead of Catherine of Aragon?
Anne of Cleves
What was the Valor Ecclesiasticus?
A medal for bravery
A survey of the monasteries
An act to make priests and monks swear that Henry was head of the Church
What did the Statute of Proclamations (1539) do?
It gave Parliament the right to make laws
It gave the government the duty to publicise laws
It gave Henry the power to make laws
Who were the gentry?
Small local landowners
What is an Act of Succession?
An act of Parliament rewarding someone's success
An act of Parliament stating who is the monarch's heir to the throne
The second act in a play
Why is the Act in Restraint of Appeals so important?
It made Henry, not the Pope, the supreme head of the Church in England
It declared that England is a sovereign state, subject only to its own government
It outlawed Protestant beliefs