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1

How did Matthew Parker deal with the Vestiarian controversy in 1566?

Issued the Advertisements which set out what was required of the clergy and invited 110 clergymen to the Parade of Dress

2

Which two bishops threatened to resign if Mary reinstated the crucifix?

Jewel and Grindal

3

What were the visitations?

Senior clergymen travel to parishes to observe the liturgy. Many were violent and destroyed altars, images and clerical clothing

4

How did Matthew Parker deal with the Vestiarian controversy in 1566?

Issued the Advertisements which set out what was required of the clergy and invited 110 clergymen to the Parade of Dress

5

What did Archbishop Parker's Advertisements include?

Wearing a biretta outside of Church, using a font and wearing a surplice for services

6

How many of the 110 clergymen invited to the Parade of Dress refused to dress appropriately?

37

7

What questions were people asking during the Vestiarian controversy and how?

Did Elizabeth have the power to make such decisions?; Through pamphlets

8

Whose writings did the anabaptists follow?

Luther and Zwingli

9

Why was the danger of anabaptism small?

They had no organised leader

10

Why was the threat of anabaptism large for Elizabeth?

They were more hostile to Protestants than Catholics and she may have been pressured to deal with them as heretics

11

How many anabaptist deaths had there been by 1566 in the Netherlands?

3000

12

When were the anabaptists involved in the Peasant's Revolt?

1525

13

What did Elizabeth do in regards to people who refused to sign the Oath of Supremacy?

Gave instructions to Parker not to ask people to sign a second time

14

What was the punishment for refusing to sign the Oath of Supremacy?

The first refusal would result in a warning, the second was punishable by death

15

Which parish refused to buy the new prayer books and Bibles to the extent of militancy?

Lancashire

16

Which county hung a banner used in the Pilgrimage of Grace and what was on the banner?

Yorkshire; The five wounds of Christ

17

What is the Puritan choir and which historian suggested it?

John Neale; a vocal group of Puritans who were part of government and steered Elizabeth's reforms

18

What was Elizabeth's reaction to the Catholic North and why?

Inaction; she lacked the resources and didn't want to provoke an uprising from the nobles

19

Why were Puritans in England a threat?

They were angry Elizabeth hadn't consulted them about the settlement and believed it wasn't radical enough

20

What was the system of 'Visitations' established by the 1559 Royal Injunctions?

Senior clergy appointed by bishop to ensure the Settlement adhered to

21

How many clergy either resigned or were removed in the period 1559-1564?

400

22

What was the name of the extreme Protestant group resisting the Settlement?

Anabaptists

23

What did the visitations of the Archdiocese of York reveal?

Continuation of Catholic practice

24

Why did Pope Pius IV 1559-65 not excommunicate Elizabeth from the Catholic Church?

Believed that England could be converted back to Catholicism through diplomacy

25

What was the religious outlook of the majority of the senior clergy undertaking the visitations?

Convinced Protestants

26

The original 1559 visitations were in the Archdiocese of Canterbury. How long after were the visitations in the Archdiocese of York?

10 years