Henry VIII and Oliver Cromwell, 1500-1660
— HIST 342 (3)
Henry VIII, and his numerous wives and children, with special attention to Elizabeth I. Considers the impact of the Protestant Reformation, the wars with Spain, the translation of the Bible and overseas expansion. It concludes with an examination of the English Revolution (1642-1660), the conquest of Ireland and the role of Oliver Cromwell in these cataclysmic events. Attention is also given to music, architecture and social history. Prerequisites: HIST 101, 102, or 6 credit hours in HIST.
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