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1

When was Elizabeth Barton executed and why?

1534; for treason (claiming the king would die if he married Anne)

2

When and why were the Carthusian monks executed?

1535; for declining the oath of Succession

3

When and why was Thomas More executed?

1535; for refusing to take the oath of Succession

4

What did Cromwell do when he came into power after More?

He shifted legislation from putting pressure on the Pope to creating an independent state

5

Who married Henry VIII after Anne Boleyn?

Jane Seymour

6

Who was in charge of orchestrating the death of Anne Boleyn?

Thomas Cromwell

7

Who's influence would be increased through the Boleyn marriage and who was his biggest rival?

Duke of Norfolk; Wolsey

8

When was Cromwell confirmed as Chief Minister and Principal Secretary?

1534

9

What was Cranmer's role in the Boleyn faction?

Providing intellectual justifications for the divorce

10

Who was the most senior member of the Boleyn faction at court?

Duke of Norfolk

11

Who is deemed to have been responsible for the management of parliament during the so called Reformation Parliament?

Thomas Cromwell

12

Who did Thomas Cromwell replace as the King's principal advisor?

Thomas More

13

Where was Anne Boleyn coronated queen of England in 1533?

Westminster Abbey

14

Thomas More was executed for treason in 1535 based on what act of parliament?

Act of Succession

15

What Bishop was executed in 1535 for his refusal to swear the oath of loyalty to Henry VIII acknowledging him as Supreme Head of the Church and Anne Boleyn as the Queen?

John Fisher

16

Who prophesied that Henry would die a year after divorcing Catherine?

Elizabeth Barton