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Armada IV

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The Armada was the mightiest effort, by force of arms, ever put forth by the Roman Catholic powers against Protestantism; and it proved the turning point in the great war between Rome and the Reformation. 267 more words

Reformation

Queen Elizabeth I

From the exquisite Tudors exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery London

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Armada III

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In addition to the damage inflicted on them by the English guns, the Armada sustained other damage. 309 more words

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Armada II

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The total English force was just over 150,000. This force was split into three groups with one group stationed for the defense of the capital, one for the personal defense of the queen, and the third was to guard the south and east as the place most likely to be selected by the enemy for landing. 261 more words

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Armada I

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As the Bible began to freely circulate in Britain, it soon changed the character of the people, putting an end to the barbaric and bloodthirsty methods that had been the tools long employed by the Church of Rome to suppress all who were in opposition to her authority. 253 more words

Reformation

Queen Elizabeth I

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Elizabeth ascended the throne with the sincere purpose of restoring the Protestant religion. She was faced, however, with a work that was as difficult as it was great. 210 more words

Presbyterian History

Keeping up with the Elizabethans, why historic airbrushing was a thing

By Hannah Silverman

What does Queen Elizabeth I have in common with Kim Kardashian, besides bling the size of a small empire? Anyone?

They’ve both been subjected to allegations of image manipulation.¬† 1,534 more words

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