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1486
henry VII married elizabeth of york uniting houses of lancaster and york
1487
Battle of Stoke Field, last bit of the war of the roses henry VII defeats yorkist led by lambert simnel
1496
Henry VII joins Holy League- treaty between england and netherlands
1497
John Cabot discovers newfoundland
1502
Margaret, Henry VII daughter, marries james IV of Scotland
1509
Henry VII dies, Henry VIII takes the throne
1513
Battle of Flodden Field- english defeat scots who were under thomas howard, earel of surrey, james IV of scotland dies
1515
Thomas Wolsey, archbishop of york, is made losrd chacellor of england and cardinal
1517
beginning of the protestant reformation martin luther nails 95 theses to church door against selling of indugences
1520
field of cloth of gold francois I meets Henry VIII but doesnt gain support agasint holy roamn empire, charles V
1521
Henry VIII gains title defender of the faith from, pope leo X for his opposition to luther
1529
Henry VIII dissmisses lord chancellor thomas wolsey for his failure to get the pope's consent his divorce from catherine of aragon; thmoas more announced lord chancellor henry starts seperation of the church
1530
thomas wolsey dies
1532
sir thomas more resigns over the question of henry's divorce
1533
Henry VIII marries anne boleyn and is ex-communicated by opp clement VII; thomas crammer apponted archbishop of cantebury
1534
act of supremecy: henry declared supreme head of church
1535
sir thomas more is beheaded in tower of london for ffailing to take the oath of supremecy
1536
Anne boleyn is beheaded, henry marries jane seymour, dissolution of monestaries begins by thomas cromwell
1537
jane seymour dies in childbirth to Edward VI
1539
dissolution of glastonbury abbey and dissolution of monestaries is completed, abbot richard whiting executed by hanging
1540
henry VII marries anne of cleves following negotiations by thomas cromwell, divorces anne and marries catherine howard thomas cromwell executed for treason
1542
catherine howard is executed
1543
henry VII marries catherine parr- an alliance made between england and Holy Roman Empire against scots and french
1544
henry vII and charles V invade france
1547
Edward VI becomes king of england, duke of somerset acts as protector
1549
intro. of uniform protestant service in england based on edwards book of common prayers
1550
fall of duke of somerset, duke of northumberland succeeds as protector
1551
archbishop cranmer publishes 42 articles of religion
1553
edward VI dies, lady jane gray becomes queen of england by duke of northumberland 9 days later queen mary takes over till 1558- restoration of roman catholic church bishops in england
1554
execution of lady jane grey
1555
england returns to roman catholicism- protestants are persecuted and about 300 along with archbishop cranmer are burned at the stake
1558
england loses calais last english possession in france- mary I dies,elizabeth I becomes queen, repeal of catholic legislation in england
1560
treaty of berwick between elizabeth and scottish reformers- treaty of edinburgh
among france, england, sctoland
1563
the t39 articles- complete est. of the angelican church
1564
peace of troyees between england and france
1567
murder of lord darnley, mary queen of scots husband- probably earl of bothwell who mary later marries, mary's imprisoned, James VI king of scotland
1568
Mary queen of scots escapes to england and is imprisoned there by elizabeth at fotheringway castle
1577
alliance between england and netherlands- a conspiracy involving mary queen of scots is planned against elizabeth expedition of sir francis drake
1587
execution of mary queen of scots- england at war with spain drake destroys spainish fleet at cadiz
1588
the spainish armada is defeated by the english fleet under lord howard of effingham, sir francis drake, and sir john hawkins
1597
irish rebellion under hugh O'neill, earl of tyrone
1600
elizabeth grants charter to east india company
1601
Elizabethan poor law charges the parisheswith providing money to the needy- essex attempts rebellion and is executed
1603
Elizabeth dies- james I of scotland becomes James I of england
1604
Hampton court conference- no relaxation by the church towards puritans, james bans jesuits, england and spain make peace