This book will analyse the Northern Rebellion of 1569 that occurred during the reign of Elizabeth I, it will assess why it failed and the changing social conditions that Tudor England faced
This will be done through a comparison with the Pilgrimage of Grace of 1536 that was a religious rebellion during Henry VIII's reign that was successful, and other rebellions in the Tudor period.
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About the Author
Growing up in Staffordshire Adam Freeman studies History all through his school years and after graduating with four A-Levels attended the University of Winchester, completing a degree in Ancient, Classical and Medieval Studies in 2014, this joint degree was in History and Archaeology, including a Dissertation on the politics and decisions behind the construction of churches in Mercia in the mid to late eight century during the reign of King Offa. In 2016 the author completed a Masters Degree at the University of Birmingham (Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage) in Heritage Management on the role of Local Government in Staffordshire on the heritage of a former RAF base and its relationship with housing development. Both of these have now been turned into e-books on this website.