The Oxford History of Britain: The Tudors and Stuarts v.3

The Oxford History of Britain: The Tudors and Stuarts v.3

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In five paperback volumes, "The Oxford History of Britain" tells the story of Britain and her peoples over 2000 years, from the coming of the Roman legions in 55 BC to the present day. This volume concentrates on Britain during the era of the Tudors and Stuarts. The Tudor age was marked by extreme pressure of population on economic resources, by religious conflict, and the threat of foreign invasion. The resultant political and religious tensions inherited by the house of Stuart are also analyzed: despite a marked decline in internal lawlessness, two civil wars, regicide, a republic, a restoration and a revolution followed each other in bewildering more

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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 120 x 190 x 19.05mm | 147g
  • Oxford University Press
  • Oxford Paperbacks
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1986th ed.
  • 6 maps
  • 0192852655
  • 9780192852656

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Part 1 The Tudor age (1485-1603), John Guy: population changes; Henry VII; Henry VIII; Edward VI; Queen Mary; Elizabeth I. Part 2 The Stuarts (1603-1688), John Morrill: society and economic life; government and law; the early Stuarts; the civil wars; commonwealth and protectorate; restoration monarchy; intellectual and religious more

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