Scottish society in the 1540s was one dominated by the Church. Henry VIII sought to exert control over Scotland during this period. The violence during this period is known as the 'Rough Wooing'.
How much did people care about religion in the 1540s?
People did not care about religion
People focused on religion every day
People went to church once every few months
How rich was the Church in the 1540s?
The Church was poor
The Church was wealthier than the King
The Church had no income and depended on the King
Why were Catholic priests thought of badly?
Many priests were uneducated
Priests refused to celebrate Mass
Priests spent too much time in prayer
Which countries were in the ‘Auld Alliance’?
England and France
Scotland and England
Scotland and France
What was the ‘Rough Wooing’?
The invasion of Scotland by France
The invasion of England by Scotland
The invasion of Scotland by England
What was agreed in the Treaty of Haddington?
Marriage between Prince Edward and Mary
Marriage between Mary and Lord Darnley
Marriage between Mary and the Dauphin of France
How did Mary escape from Scotland?
The French fleet sailed to Dumbarton and departed with Mary on board
Mary, Queen of Scots went to England
The young Mary, Queen of Scots left with her mother from the port of Leith