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Henry VIII Influence on British Society in the Sixteenth Century Final Outline Henry VIII British Society in the Sixteenth Century I Influence on royal court A Titles B Serfdoms C Taxes II Influence on nobles A Castles B Garrisons III Influence on peasants A Serfs B Taxes C Welfare of common people 1 Farmers 2 Workers IV Influence on diplomacy A France B Scotland C Ireland Fifty-six years six wives eight children and a horrible disease that consumed his life Sound like a horrible ruler to you Henry VIII was one of the most influential and greatest rulers ever known in Britain or the world alike His royal court was the center of attention for all Renaissance culture and his kingdom prospered and grew in ways never dreamed of before He introduced the Protestant religion into Britain and even forced it with the act of supremacy which declared the crown as head of church and state He was educated to become a clergyman but when all other qualified rulers died in his family the crown was passed to him His father Henry VII and mother Elizabeth of York never intended Henry to be King Henry reigned from 1509 to his death in 1547 One of his major accomplishments was his alteration of the royal court Before Henry VIII titles were divided on basis of family Henry changed that to make it so anyone with enough money could hold a title in Britain Titles before Henry VIII were few and many people were simply commoners even the rich Henry first divided the high
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