Court, Kirk and Community : Scotland, 1470 - 1625 - Wormald, Jenny

Court, Kirk and Community : Scotland, 1470 - 1625

Jenny Wormald

Yayınevi: Edinburgh University Press

Yayın tarihi: 06/1991

ISBN: 9780748602766

İngilizce | 224 Sayfa |

Tür: Dünya Siyasi Tarihi

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Framed by military disaster at Flodden Field at one end of the period and James VI's succession to the English throne at the other, early modern Scotland is often portrayed as the "bread and butter period between two layers of jam". "Court, Kirk and Community" focuses on the events and consequences of the Reformation and shows that, in fact, this was a period of tremendous secular as well as spiritual change. It describes how a series of formidably powerful and highly cultured rulers (with the exception of Mary Queen of Scots) governed a society whose economy and social bonds were still "medieval" in essence, but which was being transformed by an increasing professionalism in law and government, and by the growth in lay literacy.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Renaissance Scotland - reigns of James III, IV and V: politics and Government
the local community
town and country
poets, scholars and gentlemen.
Part 2 The Reformation: pre-reformation church
growth of Protestantism
the Reformation
establishment of the Reformed Church.
Part 3 Renaissance Scotland - the reigns of Mary and James VI: the King's Government
the local community disturbed cultural achievements.

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