Henry Vii's Act of Supremacy (1534)

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Henry VIII (born 1491) ruled England from 1509 to 1547 and he was the second monarch of the House of Tudor. He had married Catherine of Aragon in 1510 and after sixteen years only one daughter had survived: Mary (born 1516). By 1526 he was absolutely concerned about the birth of a male heir because it was unthinkable for him to be succeeded by a queen.

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Henry Vii's Act of Supremacy (1534)HENRY VIIIs ACT OF SUPREMACY (1534)The act of supremacy is a legal text signed by the English Parliament on November 3, 1534. This act declared King Henry VIII of England to be the Supreme Head of the Church of England.Henry VIII (born 1491) ruled Englan

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