It ended during Henry's eighth reign.
When it ended was a matter of opinion some American Scholars wonder if 1688 would be a suitable day! This date signifies the fact that the Anglican Church went in to a decline through schism and neglect, caused by the forcible introduction of a Calvinist King to be followed by a Lutheran one. Both of whom fostered Whig or Latitudinarian ideas within the Church in particular and society at large!
The 16th century after the Protestant reformation and the ensuing Catholic counter-reformation that took shape during the Council of Trent (1545-64).
Around the 16th century. My teacher also gave me a report on the Reformation. Hope this helps!
In the 16th Century
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The counter reformation took place in the 16th century in the HRE (Holy Roman Empire)
They take the shape of the container they are poured into.
liquids take the shape of their container
Liquids take the shape of their containers.
They are the same. The Catholic Reformation is just a different name for the Counter Reformation.
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for me a cultural reformation is a reformation cultural
Solids retain their shape. It is liquids, gasses, and plasmas that take the shape of their containers.
In Germany in 1517 with Martin Luther.
The Protestant Reformation came first and caused the Catholic Reformation.
The Catholic Reformation and the counter reformation are two expressions for the same thing.
No. Liquids and gases take the shape of their container, but solids do not alter their shape, regardless of the container.
Gas will take the shape of whatever container it is in. One of the characteristics of a gas is that it has no definite shape or volume.
yes,air take sthe shape of its contanior
No, liquids do not have a fixed shape. They take the shape of the container they are in.
it has a rigid shape and definite shape.it does not take the shape of its container.