Bibliography of British History, Tudor Period, 1485-1603

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF
BRITISH HISTORY
TUDOR PERIOD, 1485-1603

ISSUED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
AND THE ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY
OF GREAT BRITAIN

EDITED BY
CONYERS READ

SECOND EDITION

OXFORD
AT THE CLARENDON PRESS
1959

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction vii
  • Preface to the Second Edition xi
  • Preface to the First Edition xiii
  • Contents xvii
  • Abbreviations xxvii
  • I - General Works Covering the Tudor Period 1
  • II - Political History, 1485-1603 34
  • III - Constitutional History, 1485-1603 86
  • IV - History of Political Theory 118
  • V - History of Law 129
  • VI - Ecclesiastical History, 1485-1603 151
  • VII - Economic History 213
  • VIII - Discovery, Exploration, and Colonization 265
  • IX - Military and Naval History 283
  • X - Cultural and Social History 306
  • XI - Local History 352
  • Xii Scotland 410
  • XIII - Ireland 478
  • XIV - Wales 519
  • Index 545
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