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by A. G. Dickens

Author: A. G. Dickens
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic; 2nd edition (August 2, 2003)
Pages: 300 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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Dickens seems to believe that the anti-clerical spirit of the Lollards found fulfillment in the turn to the royal supremacy .

Dickens seems to believe that the anti-clerical spirit of the Lollards found fulfillment in the turn to the royal supremacy, followed by the Puritan response to Elizabethan compromise. So despite the sleep-inducing nature Dickens thoroughly discusses the intellectual and religious trends in Yorkshire, mainly during Henry VIII's reign. I picked up this book to see if anyone had considered the possibility that Lollard, Proto-Protestant, beliefs had endured beyond the late medieval decades

This detailed local history examines the impact of the Lollards and the Reformation on the society, local government and church of York.

This detailed local history examines the impact of the Lollards and the Reformation on the society, local government and church of York. Format Hardback 284 pages. Dimensions 140 x 216 x 20mm 515g. Publication date 01 Jun 1983. Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing PLC.

When Henry VIII ascended the throne, the vast medieval diocese of York stood as yet undiminished, exceeding in area, though not in population, its gigantic neighbour of Lincoln

When Henry VIII ascended the throne, the vast medieval diocese of York stood as yet undiminished, exceeding in area, though not in population, its gigantic neighbour of Lincoln. Dickens and His Reformation. Frontline) By Haigh, Christopher History Today, Vol. 51, No. 11, November 2001. New York State: A Haven for History By Conry, Jaci American Heritage, Vol. 55, No. 2, April-May 2004.

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Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York 1509-1558.

Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York, 1509–1558. Joseph H. Dahmus (a1).

When Dickens began work on Yorkshire in the early nineteen-thirties, he was one of a number .

When Dickens began work on Yorkshire in the early nineteen-thirties, he was one of a number of young scholars looking at the Reformation in the localities.

This detailed local history examines the impact of the Lollards and the Reformation on the society, local government and church of York.