She alone could of turned England and even Europe on Henry’s new, protestant leaning ideas; which was a very important matter. The holy maid of kent was supposedly a prophet, she had revelations of the virgin Mary, which rocketed her to fame all over England. In 1528, She was even given an audience with the Henry, while he held the title of Defender of the Faith. In this essay i will say whether i accept the view expressed in source H that the Holy Maid of Kent remained important until 1533. Source H agrees with the view that the Holy Maid of Kent was important until 1533.
She was very popular in England; she even had her very own motto – humble and loyal. The marriage between Catherine and Henry lasted 24 years. Queen Catherine had 8 children – 3 sons, 2 miscarriages and 3 girls. Unfortunately only 1 child survived, a girl called Mary I. Mary was born in February 1516. Henry was starting to get annoyed because Catherine was not giving him a son.
He was captivated by her. At this time, the King had been married to Catherine for many years. Anne Boleyn was very aware that King Henry had extramarital affairs. He had relations with Anne’s own sister, Mary Boleyn (Williams). The King wanted Anne to follow in her sisters footsteps, she would not.
Although she only ruled for three years, Anne Boleyn is perhaps one of the most famous queens in English history. The daughter of an ambitious knight and the niece of the duke of Norfolk, Anne was the most influential woman in the reformation period. Anne's exact birth date is unknown, although most historians believe the year to be either 1501 or 1502. She was born a "great lady", her father was Sir Thomas Boleyn, a minor courtier, and her mother was Elizabeth Howard, daughter of the second duke of Norfolk. Anne had two known siblings that survived, Mary and George, she is thought to have had two others who died young.
Ancient #Hatshepsut was a female pharaoh who ruled ancient Egypt during the 14th century BC for approximately 22 years. She was the 5th pharaoh of 18th Dynasty Egypt, and is widely considered one of Egypt's most successful pharaohs and the longest reigning female pharaoh. She served as queen alongside her husband Thutmose II but after his death claimed the role as pharaoh while acting as regent of her nephew Thutmose III. Hatshepsut was quite a significant and influential pharaoh, and this is evident through her numerous additions and involvement with Egypt. Her success was made through the maintenance of Egypt's prosperity, the promotion of herself and the god, Amun Re, waging successful military campaigns, numerous building programs, and ensuring her own succession.
Mary Tudor was born on 18 March 1496 she was queen for 5 years between (1553-1558) and died on 25 June 1533 Mary was a very strict because Mary could make England catholic again because most people preferred the catholic ways because the churches had colour, pictures, bell as well as statues of Virgin Mary. Also Mary had the support of lots of kings and queens in Europe, who were also catholic, particularly Spain this showed that if Mary was to bring England catholic countries would support her. Marys violent tactics would frighten people into doing what she said so if people did not listen and they would not became catholic instead they want to stay protestant she could execute them. When Edward died Protestants tried to replace Mary but failed this means Mary was throne enough to stay on the throne and people supported he. England was only protestant for six years but catholic for centuries this showed people loved the way catholic life was and they wanted to carry it on.
Whitefield was a well-known minister and evangelist in America and Britain. He was also chaplain to the Countess of Huntingdon in England. The Countess helped get the first edition of Wheatley's book of poems published in England in 1773, after publishers in America had rejected her work. Her 1773 work was the first book of poetry and probably the first book to be published by an African American. Phillis achieved success through her intelligence, hard work, and perseverance.
While imprisoned, Pocahontas viewed this time as an opportunity to learn more about the culture she had very little knowledge of, but in a much larger scale. During her time in England, Pocahontas was baptized as a Christian and was given the “common” English name Rebecca. She also fell in love with an Englishman by the name of John Rolfe, who also fell for her and asked for her hand in marriage. The couple chose to get married in Jamestown, and it restored peace not only between the colonists and Indians, but the English as well for many years to
Salena Zapata Mrs. Kennedy English Honors P.2 27 April 2010 The Queen of the Golden Age Queen Elizabeth the first was perhaps one of England’s most memorable and influential queens to ever take the throne (Shone 3). She is still remembered to this day for the many accomplishments she achieved as Queen of England (Starkey 12). Accomplishments such as uniting England with a single religion, helping to secure England’s independence from Spain, all while she had no king by her side and claimed to be a virgin. When Elizabeth Tudor took the throne on January 15, 1559 (Ruggeri), England was suffering from a great division among its people due to religion. During her father King Henry VII (1509-1547), England broke away from the Catholic Church
Addams was a prominent woman of the Progressive Era. She was also one of the first generation of college educated women. After her graduation from college she tried to find different ways to help people through teaching and charity work. Then after a visit to England, Addams was inspired to buy the Hull mansion and turn it into a settlement house. This settlement house became the Hull House and was a great help to many women and immigrants.