The Routledge Companion to the Tudor Age

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INDEX
The reader is advised to consult the alphabetical listings of authors, biographies, books, glossary and titles; the chronologies and the subject sections first and to use this index as a key to further information. In the interests of economy of space, the following categories of entry are excluded from this index: the names of people in the Biographies Index which do not occur elsewhere in the volume (e.g. Barlow, William); the titles of books which occur only in the Books or Authors listings (e.g. Lily’s Latin Grammar) and in the Bibliography (e.g. Walker, G. John Skelton and the Politics of the 1520s, (1988); the names of officeholders which occur in one list only (e.g. Sir Henry Marny Keeper of the Privy Seal), genealogical tables and maps. Titles of people have not been included unless they help with identification and as a ready reference aid. Groupings of page numbers (119–20) do not imply a continuous entry.
Abolition of Divers Books and Images, Act for the 18, 89
absolution 118, 121, 261, 266, 287
abuse(s) 27, 29, 34, 50, 57, 86, 99, 188, 218, 228, 276, 287
Accession Day Tilts 95, 255
Acts and Monuments see also Book of Martyrs 26, 156, 168, 172
Adagia 48, 167
Adiaphora 255
Admiralty, Court of 99–100
Admonition to the Parliament, First 26, 50, 55, 168
Admonition to the Parliament, Second 26, 50, 65
Advancement of True Religion, Act for the 15, 67, 88
Advertisements 24
advowson(s) 118, 122, 141, 204, 254, 268
affines 255
aggregative back projection 255, 258
Agrarian History of England and Wales, Volume IV, The 129, 273, 280
agriculture 91, 223, 317
Alcock, Bishop John (1430–1500) 1, 3–4, 45, 73, 244, 252
Alençon, Francis, Duke of (1554–84) 26, 28–9, 137
All Saints’ Day 255
All Souls’ Day 255
Allen, John 8 11
Allen, Cardinal William (1532–94) 23, 25, 30, 137
altar 261, 287–8
Amicable Grant 8, 37, 230, 254, 255
resistance to 37
anabaptist, anabaptism 18–19, 143, 255
Anatomy of Abuses, The 29
Anjou, Henry, Duke of 25–6
Anne of Cleves (1515–57) 14, 21, 130
Anne of Denmark 134
Annunciation (Lady Day) 255
Answer to the Admonition 26, 227
anti-catholicism 33, 61, 126, 168, 188, 200, 216
anti-clericalism 64, 255, 272, 313
Antiquae Britannicae Ecclesiae 26
Apology of the Church of England 23, 50, 59, 140
Appeals, Act of 85
Appeals, Act in Restraint of 10, 85
Appellant Priests 255
apprentices 32, 34, 87, 89, 90–1, 93, 184, 257, 266, 270
Aragon, Katherine of see Katherine of Aragon
Aragonese Faction 255
Archbishops and their provinces 110 see also bishops
archdeaconries 113–14, 117, 119, 263
Arches, Court of 100, 125, 177, 203, 211, 255

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The Routledge Companion to the Tudor Age
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Routledge Companions to History ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • 1 - General Chronology 1
  • 2 - Rebellions against the Tudors- Chronologies 37
  • 3 - Ireland 39
  • 4 - The World of Learning 44
  • 5 - Central Government- (1) the Monarchy and the Royal Household 69
  • 6 - Central Government- (2) Parliament 79
  • 7 - Central Courts 94
  • 8 - Local Government 101
  • 9 - Structure of the Church in England 110
  • 10 - Ecclesiastical Courts and Commissions 116
  • 11 - Population and Population Distribution 127
  • 12.1 - Biographies Monarchs and Their Consorts 130
  • 12.2 - Biographies Biographical Index 137
  • 13 - Genealogical Tables 232
  • 14 - Tudor Titles- Who Was Who? 244
  • Glossary 254
  • 16 - Bibliographies 289
  • 17 - Debates 312
  • 18 - Maps 323
  • Index 326
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