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Henry VII in Italy

William M. Bowsky

Henry VII in Italy

the conflict of empire and city-state, 1310-1313.

by William M. Bowsky

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Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Henry -- VII, -- Holy Roman Emperor, -- 1269?-1313.,
  • City-states -- Italy -- History.,
  • Italy -- History -- 1268-1492.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [275]-285.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDG535 .B6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 301 p.
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17761130M

    Benevolences and forced loans, the devices of Morton, Dudley and Empson were all for financial end. John Dee was the father of the British navy. Henry led an invasion of France inand his armies captured the cities of Tournai and Therouanne. Soon after, when it was rumoured that Warwick had died in the Tower, Symonds passed off Lambert Simnel as Earl of Warwick in the thought that it would not be possible for Henry VII to prove Simnel to be an impostor by producing the real Warwick, now that he was dead. He never mentioned any Dispensation from the Pope to marry Catherine of Aragon either!! Hence, the king was plagued with conspiracies until nearly the end of his reign.

    When Wolsey failed in his negotiations with the Vatican to get the dispensation, Henry fired Wolsey and decided to sidestep established legal procedures of the Church. The Florentine army was outmanoeuvred and lacking in provisions, so it retreated back into Florence during the night. Customs and confiscation at the port did not however yield any spectacular result. His building of several fine ships, at his own expense, for use in war or trade were larger in size; that the English ships that were seen in English harbours hitherto before. Prolonged wars for more than a century brought uncertainty and consequent v violence in public life, decay in law and order, and weakness of the Crown.

    This conducted further expeditions in and Foreign demand was mostly for unfinished cloth which would be sized, dyed and dressed after it would reach the continent. Coronation of Henry and Catherine on June 24, The "Bull Laudabiliter" is inserted in the Expugnatio Hibernica of Giraldus Cambrensis, published in or aboutwherein he asserts it to be the document brought from Rome by John of Salisbury in By his scholarship Erasmus gave the enemies of the then church the weapons to overthrow it. The old diplomacy of English alliance with Netherlands or Burgundy in opposition to France and her ally Scotland did no longer hold good.


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He, therefore, at first tried for a compromise between France and Brittany but his attempt failed. Henry VII became a much sought for ally, and the question of the balance of power which for the first time emerged in Europe, made him the holder of the balance.

He was to conquer Ulster, the wildest part of the country, which was a safe refuge of rebels. While these negotiations were taking place, Henry began his descent into northern Italy in Octoberwith his eldest son John remaining in Prague as the Imperial vicar.

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But as Elton points out there was nothing new Henry VII in Italy book such attributes of kingship. Henry personally invaded France inwhere his armies captured the strategically unimportant city of Boulogne.

Yet it would be exaggeration to say that the Wars of the Roses had destroyed the baronage. Morality was looked upon as unnecessary and unreasonable inhibitions.

But Henry could not do anything as yet to improve the situation in Ireland except appointing some mediocre Englishmen to replace Kildare. His appearance was remarkably attractive and his face was cheerful, especially when speaking; his eyes were small and blue, his teeth few, poor and blackish ; his hair was thin and white; his complexion sallow.

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