Showing the major tribes of Celtic Wales at the time of the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD.
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Henry VIII's successful suppression of monastic settlements became known as ...
It was organized by Thomas Cromwell and lasted from 1536-1540
Most affected church property was sold off through the Court of Augmentations
23 May, 1208
Pope Innocent III places England under interdict (no church services)
King John strikes back by seizing all church property, though loyal clergy were allowed to buy their property back
This king died at Burgh by Sands, Cumbria
He was on his way to fight the Scots
His tomb described him as 'the hammer of the Scots'