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the decade from 1530 to 1539

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The Protestant Reformation included a royal ban on pilgrimage in England, but Peter Roberts points out that during the first decade of reform, the 1530s, the chief propagator against pilgrimage was not King Henry VIII himself, but Oliver Cromwell, who systematically campaigned against the practice.
Harvey argues that the explosion of local and county maps, beginning in the 1530s and increasing rapidly throughout the sixteenth century, constitutes a cartographic revolution.
This stimulating and eminently readable collection of twelve articles, dedicated to Elizabeth Gleason, aims to highlight some more recent approaches by some leading historians from Italy and North America to the study of religious debate and conflict and concepts of heresy in Italy and of attempts to control the unorthodox from the 1530s to 1590s.
A manuscript thought to date from about the 1530s turned up in the papers of the late Celtic scholar Professor JE Caerwyn Williams, who died in 1999 at the age of 87.
Catholic reform had clear roots before the 1530s, and even before Lateran V, but found stiff competition in the Protestant movements of the mid-sixteenth century.
The castle passed into royal ownership in the 15th century, but by the 1530s was derelict and used only as a prison.
This table makes it apparent that the number of complaints against ministers increased from the 1530s through the 1550s and then decreased and levelled out.
She posits the contrast between the ambient "obsessional fear of devirilization through culture" and the "humanistic revolution" of the 1530s.
Through his sermons as well as the responses of Le Picart's supporters and detractors, Taylor seeks "to delve more deeply into the religious and mental climate of France and its capital" (xi); she explores the currents of religious conflict and the expressions of a strident Catholic Orthodoxy from initial confrontations in the 1530s to the eve of the French wars of religion in the 1560s.
Whatever the crowd-pulling potential of an assorted collection of saintly relics in the Middle Ages, by the 1530s they were more of a liability.
Erika Rummel (The Confessionalization of Humanism in Reformation Germany, 2000) holds that the reformers adopted humanism only insofar as it could serve their own ends, and soon shifted from an uneasy alliance to something closer, in the 1530s and 1540s, to outright disdain.
The castle was refurbished by Roger Mortimer, second Earl of March, some time after 1359, and again under Henry VIII in the 1530s and 1540s.
This is a curious stance to take, given the influence of continental humanism in England, to say nothing of its position as a member of the Roman Catholic Church before the 1530s.
The fifth chapter moves us further into the 1530s where a consensus opinion on the reasons for confiscations seemed to emerge.
Mr McLaren was responsible for marketing Coughton Court, which dates back to the 1530s and was where the Gunpowder Plot was hatched.