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Why the history of the Early-Tudor Council remains unwritten.
Geoffrey Rudolph Elton
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Elton, 'Why the history of the early-Tudor Council remains unwritten', Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government (Cambridge, I), i, ff. Henry VII's council is.
Elton, "Why the History of the Early Tudor Council Remains Unwritten," in Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government, 3 vols. (Cambridge, ), 1: t1Chris Given-Wilson, The Royal Household and the King's Affinity: Service, Politics and Finance.
34 I have followed closely Elton's tri-partite division of the sources for the early Tudor council in ‘Why the history of the early Tudor council remains unwritten’, Studies, I Cited by: For the records of the Tudor council, see G.
Elton, 'Why the History of the Early-Tudor Council remains unwritten', in his Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government, i (Cambridge, I), 8.
Brown, Clerkship, pp. I5 ff. See J. Baldwin, The King's Council in England during the Middle Ages (Oxford. Why the history of the Early Tudor council remains unwritten; Henry VIII's Act of Proclamations; The Elizabethan exchequer: war in the receipt; General index; Index of authors cited.
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Wolsey's Star Chamber: a study in archival reconstruction'. Elton, G. R., ‘Why the History of the Early Tudor Council Remains Unwritten’ in Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and GovernmentI (Cambridge, ).
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Why the history of the Early Tudor council remains unwritten Henry VIII's Act of Proclamations usually sound. Some notable omissions, however, include Elton's "Why the History of the Early-Tudor Council Remains Unwritten" (Annali della Fonda-zione italiana per la storia amministrativa, I [I]), which would have en-hanced the bibliography on the council, and a list of works on enclosure should.
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The Tudor period usually refers to the period between andspecifically in relation to the history of was the period when the Tudor dynasty ruled in England. Its first monarch was Henry VII (– ). The term is often used more broadly to include Elizabeth I's reign (– ), although this is often treated separately as the Elizabethan era.“ Why the History of the Early Tudor Council Remains Unwritten,” in Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government: Papers and Reviews –, ed.
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