1 edition of Tudor treatises edited by Prof. A.G.Dickens. found in the catalog.
Tudor treatises edited by Prof. A.G.Dickens.
by Yorkshire Archaeological Society
Written in English
|Series||Record Series -- vol. CXXV|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
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act for vesting certain mannors, lands and hereditaments in this kingdom, the estate of Andrew Fitzherbert, esq; in trustees, in order that a competent part thereof, maybe sold for the payment of debts and other incumbrances affecting the same, and forsettling other lands to be sold.
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in they became the one book on the late medieval Church that every Reformation historian had to read. His Birkbeck lectures in Cambridge in were just as valuable. They became the introduction to his edition of the Lincoln visitations of –31, and showed what parish 4 Southern, pp. –9; Tudor Treatises, ed.
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A.G.Dickens. book, &c. [microform] / by Macall Medford. DICKENS and DOROTHY CARR, editors. The Reformation in England: To the Accession of Elizabeth I. (Documents of Modern History.) New York: St. Martin's Press. vii, $ AFTER MANY YEARS of research and writing on the Reformation era and the period surrounding it, it was only natural that Professor A.
Dickens. Buy Tudor Treatises. Edited by A. Dickens (Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record Series. vol. ) by Arthur Geoffrey Dickens (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Arthur Geoffrey Dickens.
His book on the English Reformation was, for many years the standard text on the subject, relying as it did on detailed examination of parish records.
He was elected a fellow of the British Academy in Death and legacy. Papers of Professor Dickens are held by Senate House Library, University of London, and are available to be consulted there. Author of The English Reformation, Reformation and society in sixteenth-century Europe, Thomas Cromwell and the English Reformation, Martin Luther and the Reformation, The Counter Reformation, The German nation and Martin Luther, Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York,The Reformation in England.
Reformation principle and practice: essays in honour of Arthur Geoffrey Dickens / edited by Peter Newman Brooks Dickens, A.
(Arthur Geoffrey), A. Dickens, 91, Who Offered A New View of the Reformation By PAUL LEWIS Published: Aug A. Dickens, a noted British historian of the Reformation who was among the first to play down the theological disputes of this period in Europe and to emphasize broader social change instead, died on July 31 in London.
He was Abstract. Anti-clericalism has become an unduly capacious word. It can contain intellectual manifestos based upon theology, philosophy and history: the erastian treatises of Marsiglio, of Wycliffe, of numerous sixteenth-century champions of the state.
This is the collections page of The Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society, until recently known as the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Since we have published the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal and other works dealing with the history and archaeology of.
This book is a study of popular responses to the English Reformation. It takes as its subject not the conversion of English subjects to a new religion but rather their political responses to a Reformation perceived as an act of state and hence, like all early modern acts of state, negotiated between government and people.
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Duffy, Eamon. Fires of Faith: Catholic England Under Mary Tudor. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, English historian Herbert Butterfield, known especially for opposing whig history, once warned historians about the dangers of making moral judgments in their analysis of the past.
Historical events and human motivations are often morally. John Hart (c. –) is a remarkable figure in the history of British linguistic thought. Along with Thomas Smith (–), William Bullokar (c. –), and Richard Mulcaster (/2–), he is one of the most important orthographers in the sixteenth century when English spelling questions were becoming central to discussions of the vernacular.