Asked in Stone Castles
Are castles the most important way rulers kept power in medieval England?
yes it is one of the ways that the rulers kept power in medieval England but it isn't the most important way ...
Is England ruled or governed by parliament or king and queens HELP?
England is ruled using a constitutional monarchy. This means that there is a king and queen who do have some power, but most of the power comes through the people by means of Parliament. ...
Asked in England, Middle Ages
Which medieval leader did the most to make England stronger?
England had many rulers that made England stronger, but one of the most influential leaders was King William I, The Conqueror. He single handedly united England, instituted a new series of taxes, centralized power, and created the basis for the Common Law Courts. ...
Asked in Catholicism, Protestantism
Was England more protestant or Catholic in 1558?
England was more Protestant in 1558. This was when Elizabeth I came to power and made England Protestant, but allowed Catholics to worship privately. However, there was most likely to have been more Catholics than Protestants in England. ...
Asked in History of England, Catholicism, Henry VIII
What changes happened to England when Henry VIII got rid of the Catholic church?
England cut the communication of Rome.The king of England became the head of the state and the church.No one leaders of the church that has a power to overwhelm his position as the most powerful man in England. ...
Asked in History of England
William and Mary were offered the throne of England to do what?
William and Mary were offered the throne of England to rule as part of a constitutional monarchy. During William and Mary's reign, parliament had more power whereas before the Glorious Revolution the monarch had the most power. ...
Asked in Stone Castles
Were castles the most important way rulers kept power in medieval England?
Castle were probably the most important 'physical' way, but their use of the law was more important. ...
Asked in French and Indian War
What 2 problems faced England after the french and Indian war?
England and France have disagreements over land, trade and power. England and France have disagreements over land, trade and power. ...
Asked in USSR in WW2, England, Stone Castles
What was the most important way rulers kept power in medieval England?
FEAR! and they might have also claimed they were sons or daughters of god. ...
Asked in Industrial Revolution
Which helped England to become an industrial and commercial power?
One of the leading factors that led England to become and industrial and commercial power is timing. England had a head start over the rest of the world because they were acquainted with power much sooner. ...
What is the parliament?
The Parliament was a governing body in England that was started in 1066. Up until the Glorious Revolution in 1688, it had limited power because of the monarchy, and constantly battled for power. In 1688 it published the Petition of Rights, the Grand Remonstrance, and overthrew King Charles I. From then on it had demonstrated its power to the king and grew in power. It made most of the legislative decisions, represented a good majority of the English people and made England...
Asked in Monarchy, Elizabeth II, England
Who has more power the queen or the president of England?
The United Kingdom (which includes England) is a Constitutional Monarchy and a Parliamentary Democracy which means that it has no president and the queen has no power. ...