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The Tudor revolution in government

administrative changes in the reign of Henry VIII

by G. R. Elton

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- Politics and Government -- 1509-1547.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G. R. Elton.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination466p. ;
    Number of Pages466
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18889600M
    ISBN 100521048923


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Elton. Cambridge University Press, Jan 2, - History - pages. 0 Reviews. This book is a study of change in the methods and principles of Authors: Elton, Geoffrey R. Elton. The Tudor revolution in government by Geoffrey Rudolph Elton,University Press edition, in English. National Sovereignty and Independence - "the essential ingredient of the Tudor revolution (Elton).

For Elton the exclusion of papal authority and the bringing together of temporal and spiritual jurisdiction in the person of Henry VIII allowed Cromwell to enhance the power of the monarchy and heighten the sense of national ted Reading Time: 11 mins.

The Tudor revolution in government; administrative The Tudor revolution in government book in the reign of Henry VIII by Elton, G. (Geoffrey Rudolph). Primarily hypothesised by Dr. Elton in his book, The Tudor Revolution in Government[1], the concept reflects the departure in style of government from the medieval to the modern during Henry VIIIs reign.

There has been much historiographic argument as a result of this seminal work. Elton emphasises the role of Henrys chief Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. The Tudor Revolution in Government: Administrative Changes in the Reign of Henry VIII. The Tudor Revolution in Government Lord Elton, G.

Elton - ISBN: ISBN: ; Author(s): Lord Elton, G. Elton; Language: English; Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Edition: januari ; Edition: Unknown.

This book is a study of change in the methods and principles of English government in the sixteenth century, from the 'household' methods of the Middle Ages to the bureaucratic organization of a national monarchy.

The most important decade, 40, is given most concentrated attention, but the earlier and later phases are also touched upon5(3).

- The Tudor Revolution in Government: Administrative Changes in the Reign of Henry VIII G. Elton Frontmatter More information. Title: THE TUDOR REVOLUTION IN GOVERNMENT: ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES IN THE REIGN. There was a 'Revolution' in Tudor Government. Discuss this statement with reference to the period to It could certainly be argued that the more constant use of Parliament by the King and his ministers constituted a major Revolution in government because of the more common utilisation of the institution for passing legislation to.

On this page you find summaries, notes, study guides and many more for the textbook The Tudor Revolution in Government, written by Lord Elton G. Elton. The summaries are written by students themselves, which gives you the best possible insight into what is important to study about this book.

Tudor Revolution in Henry Viii. After the Tudor dynasty English government and kingship was never the same. The way the kings power switched from a Medieval system of hierarchy his control over his land was limited, to rule he needed support of the nobility and church and his parliament ineffective to an oligarchical government where the kings influenced penetrated his land, his nobility and within the.

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Tudor Rule and Revolution Book Description: The work of G. Elton has inspired its own 'Tudor Revolution' in the historiography of Tudor and Stuart government and society. In this volume a distinguished gathering of eighteen historians, all now resident in North America, pay tribute to Professor Elton's broad influence in shaping modern interpretations of the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century.

Publisher: Cambridge at the University Press SKU: Seller Rating: positive. The Tudor Revolution Constitution, parliament sovereignty.

Historians have a propensity for debate, and one is the debate over Professor G. Elton's theory of the Tudor Revolution, something he first expounded in in his The Tudor Revolution in sor Elton identifies the s as probably the key decade in the constitutional.

Well written, interesting text book on Tudor history. I enjoyed the layered detail and the way the author conveyed a sense of the wielding of power in ways that seemed credible and realistic.

Particularly revealing was the depiction of the evolution of the court system during the Tudors and how the developments laid the foundation for some of 5(1). Geoffrey Elton produced a plethora of scholarly monographs and learned articles which contributed to the debate on the Reformation.

These included The Tudor Constitution: Documents and Commentary, The Tudor Revolution in Government and England under The Tudors. For Elton, who was prone to see sixteenth-century men and women through twentieth-century or even nineteenth-century Author: Rosemary ODay.

It was Professor Gunn who summed it up very shrewdly in his book on early Tudor government. He pointed out that in McFarlane gave his Ford Lectures on The Nobility of Later Medieval England and Geoffrey Elton published The Tudor Revolution in Government and thus in that year each of these distinguished historians set the tone for his.

Start studying was there a Tudor Revolution in government?. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The Tudor Revolution in Government, was unusual in questioning Elton's claims about the relationship between Henry VIII and Cromwell; but, unlike Elton, he did not reiterate his views.

9 Later critics of The Tudor Revolution in Government concentrated, in what became a famous debate, on the issues of administration and government that Elton had. Sir Geoffrey Elton, The Tudor Revolution in Government (Cambridge UP, ) has had a quite remarkable run and wears well: but see now C.

Coleman and D. Starkey (eds), Revolution Reassessed. Revisions in the History of Tudor Government and Administration (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) in which the younger generation with differing Cited by: Tudor government, Historian Geoffrey Elton revolutionized the study of Tudor government by his book The Tudor Revolution in argued that Thomas Cromwell, who was Henry VIII's chief minister from towas the author of modern, bureaucratic government which replaced medieval, government-as-household-management.

Cromwell introduced reforms into the Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia. Tudor government, Historian Geoffrey Elton revolutionised the study of Tudor government by his book The Tudor Revolution in argued that Thomas Cromwell, who was Henry VIII's chief minister from towas the author of modern, bureaucratic government which replaced medieval, government-as-household-management.

Cromwell introduced reforms into the Author: World Heritage Encyclopedia. Mantels book as a whole sets itself up for a sequel, and those familiar with the period have a sense of what will happen to many of the characters presented, including Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour and Thomas Cromwell.

Elton, The Tudor Revolution in Government: Administrative Changes in the Reign of Henry VIII (Cambridge, ). HY1Was there a revolution in Tudor government under Henry VIII. Terms in this set (16) What has historian G Elton suggested about the changes that took place in the years. Historian G Elton has identified changes that place in the years as a 'Tudor revolution in Government'.

Elton elaborated this theme in The Tudor Revolution in Government,10 before incorporating it into the narrative history England under the Tudors. 11 In his monograph he struck a characteristic note: English government in modern times arose from "a curious blend of popular freedom with a strong and efficient centralized government.

No Access Book Reviews. The Tudor Constitution: Documents and Commentary. Elton. The Tudor Revolution in Government: Administrative Changes in the Reign of Henry VIII.

Elton. Marcham; F. Marcham. Search for more articles by this author. W AS there a revolution in government during the s.

Such a thesis has been associated since with the name of the late Sir Geoffrey Elton (94). In that year Elton brought out The Tudor Revolution in Government, resting his thesis, as his subtitle announced, on administrative change.

1 The Thesis, as we shall call it, was plain. Its essence was that during the. Revolution Reassessed: Revisions in the History of Tudor Administration and Government and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The government of the localities and the regions.

Parliament. Cromwell as chief minister and his fall. Henry VIIIs image and style of kingship. The closing years of the reign. 5 Edward VI and Mary I.

The mid-Tudor period in perspective. Protector Somerset. The First Prayer Book. Price: The Tudor Revolution in Government by Elton, G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at From 'A History of the British Nation' by AD Innes, Broadly speaking, the Tudor period falls into two parts, the pre-Elizabethan and the Elizabethan.

The first is a time of transition, partly constructive but mainly destructive. The second is a time of reconstruction. On the ruin of the baronage, completed by the earlier Tudors, the.

CONTENTS: Preface 1 - THE TUDOR PROBLEM 2 - HENRY VII: SECURING THE DIVERSITY Henry's Claim to the Crown Conspiracies Ireland and Scotland The Dynasty Secured 3 - HENRY VII: RESTORATION OF GOVERNMENT Henry VII's Kingship Revenue Financial Administration Law and Order Parliament and Church 4 - THE GREAT CARDINAL The Early Years of Henry VIII.

-- Elizabethan religion -- Privy council and parliaments -- The war with Spain -- The making of the Tudor state -- Elizabethan government -- Political culture -- The Tudor fin de siècle Focuses on the society, politics and culture of Tudor England, examines its strengths and weaknesses and portrays the personalities and politics of the.

The Tudor Revolution in Government: Administrative Changes in the Reign of Henry VIII by G. Elton and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Should this be understood as part of the Tudor Revolution?) Sometimes it is bathetic, as when S.

Lehmberg announces that his study of the musical establishments of 16th-century cathedrals reveals a Reformation of choirs quite as profound as the theological Reformation or the Tudor Revolution in Government.

The work of G. Elton has inspired its own 'Tudor Revolution' in the historiography of Tudor and Stuart government and society.

In this volume a distinguished gathering of eighteen historians, all now resident in North America, pay tribute to Professor Elton's broad influence in shaping modern interpretations of the sixteenth- and seventeenth.