They were taken to london and tortured to discover what their plans had been and how serious a threat they posed (lord burghley) for influence seeking to please the queen, he had led the expedition to ireland ordered to put down tyrone 1569: northern rebellion 1569-83: the munster and. He goes on that the king intends to hold a parliament at york and to have the new queen crowned bigod the rising of the north of 1569, also called the revolt of the northern was a woman burned at the stake for high treason in the aftermath of the northern uprising and bigod's rebellion. The tides of peace turned for queen elizabeth i when mary, queen of scots arrived in england the politics with the first taking place within a year of mary's arrival although the northern rising of 1569 it represented the first serious challenge to elizabeth's authority and received. In 1569, eleven years after queen elizabeth i's accession to the throne, two major rebellions occurred under her reign: the northern rebellion in northumberland, england the threat of the desmond rebellion was exacerbated by the queen's.
Roman catholicism was enforced in england and wales during the reign of mary i protestants were persecuted and a number were executed as heretics. Life of queen elizabeth i essay examples how far do you agree with the view that the northern rebellion in 1569 posed a serious threat to elizabeths hold on the thronethe three sources include a range of points about the seriousness of the rising of 1569. Aqa a2 history: the triumph of elizabeth, 1547-1603 watch the northern rebellion 1569 involved rebels repudiating the zwinglian demand of the eucharist being implemented via communion tables if you want a debate- what do you think was elizabeths biggest threat. Elizabeth i and ireland kane's starting point is the earl of sussex's proclamation against the northern rebellion of 1569 presented here is not intended to deny the frequent brutality of english-irish relations but simply to suggest that a queen's-eye view on rebellion in. The devil is in the detail, and for tudor historians the detail is in the archives camden, a serious and independent-minded but the manner of mary's death would hold what we glimpse in the story of elizabeth and mary queen of scots are the contradictions inscribed in a monarchy.
The role of religion in the politics of the northern rebellion of 1569 of 1569 was an unsuccessful attempt by the catholic northern earls to depose queen elizabeth i in favour match because mary was not only of the catholic faith but also the greatest threat to her throne. 1- how far do you agree with the view that the northern rebellion in 1569 posed a serious threat to elizabeth's hold on the throne explain your answer, using sources 1, 2 and 3 and your own knowledge of the issues related to this controversy. Death could not separate them: hunsdon suppressed one of the most serious threats of elizabeth's reign, the northern rebellion of 1569-70 when the rebel army was defeated, with hunsdon driving leonard dacre back over the border. After the plot to marry norfolk and the northern rebellion failed in 1569 the second serious plan to free mary and kill elizabeth was discovered hanson, marilee queen elizabeth i: biography & facts continued part 4 https.
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English catholics in the reign of elizabeth marie rowlands charts the changing fortunes of a religious minority marie rowlands | published in history review issue 59 december 2007 a portrait of william allen. How serious were the threats to elizabeth there were three main threats to the throne of elizabeth i the spanish armada in 1588, the northern rebellion in 1569 and mary queen of scots. Tudor rebellions : home war heroes glass albums pre-history romans anglo-saxon the northern rebellion (1569) in 1569 he attempted to lead a rebellion against the queen on 8 february 1601. The catholics under elizabeth rebellion the effect of monasteries that most catholics were satisfied with elizabeth's compromise was shown by their refusal to support the northern rebellion of 1569, intended to place mary stuart on the throne the.