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Being "British" In Rome: The Welsh at the English College, 1578-1584
In 1580, nearly four hundred years after Pope Innocent III terminated Welsh hopes of ecclesiastical independence by upholding Canterbury's jurisdiction over Wales, Gregory XIII followed in hisExpand
A Review of “God's Instruments: Political Conduct in the England of Oliver Cromwell”
Ireland” (74), and he explains Sir John Perrot’s plans for Connacht in 1585 as “that rarity of English Ireland, a success” (108). As a book about the process of English dominion, the lion’s shareExpand
A Review of “Dominion: England and Its Island Neighbors, 1500–1707”
the ultimate source of political capital. Thus, the subjects of her study are of particular value for historians seeking to better understand the fractured nature of Irish society during this time.Expand