Access to History Context
Each volume provides a wide-ranging overview of the period it covers. Although emphasis is clearly on political history, the major issues affecting the economy, society, religion, culture and ideas are also given appropriate treatment. Sufficient detail is included to ensure that a sound basic knowledge and understanding is acquired.
An Introduction to Tudor England, 1485-1603
This title provides an accessible introduction to the Tudor period. Key issues and important developments such as religious change, the changing social structure and the nature of government are examined and placed in relation to the wider European background. Specific events and crises in government are related to the long-term evolution and development of Tudor government and society.
Angela Anderson and Tony Imperato are both experienced authors of history textbooks. Angela lives in Cornwall and Tony lives in Scunthorpe.
1 Society and the Economy 2 The Establishment of the Tudor Monarchy 3 The Beginnings of the English Reformation 4 Politics in the Age of Wolsey and Cromwell 5 A Mid-Tudor Crisis, 1540-58 6 Politics in the Age of Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 7 Religion and Foreign Policy, 1558-1603